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• Nanboku Tsuruya IV ( Yotsuya Kaidan) • Kyōka Izumi (Tenshu Monogatari) Anime television series Directed by Tetsuo Imazawa (Yotsuya Kaidan) Kouzou Nagayama (Tenshu Monogatari) Kenji Nakamura (Bake Neko) Produced by Atsuya Takase Atsutoshi Umezawa Hiroaki Shibata Yukihiro Itō Kōji Yamamoto Written by Chiaki J.

Konaka (Yotsuya Kaidan) Yuuji Sakamoto (Tenshu Monogatari) Michiko Yokote (Bake Neko) Music by Yasuharu Takanashi Studio Toei Animation Licensed by iaTV Original run January 13, 2006 neko arc March 24, 2006 Episodes 11 Ayakashi: Samurai Horror Tales, known in Japan as Ayakashi: Japanese Classic Horror ( 怪 〜ayakashi〜 Japanese Classic Horror), is a Japanese anime horror anthology television series produced by Toei Animation.

The series is made up of three stories: "Yotsuya Ghost Story" (Yotsuya Kaidan), an adaptation of the classic Yotsuya Ghost Story kabuki play by Nanboku Tsuruya IV; "Goddess of the Dark Tower (Tenshu Monogatari)", based on the play by Kyōka Izumi; and " Goblin Cat (Bake Neko)", an original story by Kenji Nakamura and Michiko Yokote. [5] Contents • 1 Story • 1.1 Yotsuya Kaidan • 1.2 Tenshu Monogatari • 1.3 Bake Neko • 2 Broadcast and release • 3 References • 4 External links Story [ edit ] Yotsuya Kaidan [ edit ] • The story comprises four episodes, 1-4 (U.S.

DVD release episodes 5-8). "Yotsuya Ghost Story" is a retelling of the Yotsuya Kaidan, written by the 18th century kabuki playwright Nanboku Tsuruya IV. In the anime, Nanboku himself becomes the narrator. Iemon Tamiya is a callous ronin samurai who desires a beautiful woman named Oiwa but is denied permission by her father.

One dark night, Iemon kills her father. By coincidence, it is the same night that a servant, Naosuke, who is in love with Oiwa's sister-in-law Osode, kills and disfigures who he believes is Satou Yomoshichi, Osode's fiancee.

Iemon and Naosuke pose the bodies as if killed by bandits to allay suspicion. When the two bodies are discovered by Oiwa and Osode, the two men pretend to be surprised, and urge the two women that Oiwa should marry Iemon, while Osode neko arc marry Naosuke, and convince them that the two men will take responsibility in exacting revenge on the "killers".

Oiwa marries Iemon happily as they are in love while Osode is hesitant, but Naosuke suggests they be married in name only, and swears he will not consummate their marriage without her consent, to which she obliges.

Iemon marries Oiwa, but following the birth of their child, Oiwa takes ill and Iemon becomes tired of her and the burden of their poverty. In return for the promise of wealth and status, Iemon promises to marry Oume Ito, the granddaughter of the wealthy Kihei Ito who is in love with Iemon. Because of her feelings for Iemon, she sends a medicine to Iemon's house claiming it is for Oiwa to help treat post-partum depression, when it is actually a toxin to permanently disfigure her face.

Iemon, upon finding this out, is surprised but goes along with the scheme. Iemon then orders his servant Takuetsu to rape Oiwa, so that they may divorce with his honor intact, and even goes so far as to suggest Takuetsu kills her if she becomes a problem, but when Oiwa discovers her husband's scheming plan, she dies accidentally from impalement while distraught. Iemon then kills a hapless servant and neko arc his corpse, along with the dead Oiwa, nailed to a wooden panel which is tossed into the river to suggest they had been lovers attempting to elope.

Iemon marries Oume as promised, but he is plagued by visions of Oiwa's vengeful spirit and kills his newlywed bride Oume on their wedding night. It is suggested that Oiwa laid a curse on the houses of Ito and Tamiya.

Meanwhile Oiwa’s sister-in-law Osode learns of Oiwa's death and agrees to consummate her marriage with Naosuke if he will take revenge for her. However, it is discovered that Satou Yomoshichi is still alive, and the one that Naosuke had killed was a body double neko arc to anyone since Naosuke had disfigured the corpse).

Yomoshichi stumbles in on the couple whereupon Osode tricks the two men into killing her. Naosuke is given a note by the dying Osode, which reveals they share the same mother, meaning they are half-siblings by blood. Naosuke commits suicide in shame and as his dying wish, asks Yomoshichi to carry out Osode's wish for revenge on Iemon.

Iemon, up until this point, continues to see visions of Oiwa in her disfigured state, while those who caused Oiwa's misfortune die horrible deaths, including Kihei Ito and Iemon's parents. Iemon flees in desperation and is confronted by Satou Yomoshichi who finally kills him.

Nanboku Tsuruya then tells of misfortunes which have fallen on those who have staged the play, but maintains that is still just a story. Characters and cast • Iemon Tamiya: An ambitious ronin samurai who desires Oiwa, but desires wealth and prestige even more. Voiced by: Hiroaki Hirata (Japanese); Brian Dobson (English) • Oiwa Tamiya: A neko arc woman who is spurned and killed by her husband Iemon Tamiya.

Voiced by: Mami Koyama (Japanese); Nicole Oliver (English) • Osode Yotsuya: Oiwa's sister-in-law. Voiced by: Yūko Nagashima (Japanese); Rebecca Shoichet (English) • Gonbei Naosuke: A servant who desires Osode and forces her to marry neko arc, but later discovers she is his sister. Voiced by: Neko arc Sonobe (Japanese); Samuel Vincent (English) • Oume Ito: Beautiful and spoiled granddaughter of the wealthy and powerful Kihei Ito.

Voiced by: Ryō Hirohashi (Japanese); Lalainia Lindbjerg (English) • Yomoshichi Sato: Suitor of Osode who thought that he had been killed by bandits. Voiced by: Wataru Takagi (Japanese); Michael Adamthwaite (English) Tenshu Monogatari [ edit ] • The story comprises four episodes, 5-8 (U.S. DVD release episodes 1-4). "Goddess of the Dark Tower" is based on Tenshu Monogatari, a play by Kyōka Izumi. It tells the story of a forbidden love between a god and a human. Prologue: group of bandits take shelter in a crumbling castle and are killed by spirits.

In medieval Japan, the falconer Zushonosuke Himekawa is sent by his master, Lord Harima, to retrieve a neko arc white falcon named Kojiro. His search leads him to a chance encounter with a beautiful woman bathing in a lake.

She explains that she is a Wasuregami (Forgotten God) and kisses him. When news reaches Lord Harima that the falcon has fled to the castle keep of Shirasagi-jo, Zushonosuke is ordered to go there to retrieve the falcon.

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Accompanied by two self-serving demons he enters the castle and again meets the woman who introduces herself as Tomi Hime (Princess Tomi), and tells him that the falcon is the spirit of her mother. They begin a forbidden romance and visit a nearby village.

Zushonosuke asks her to live with him, but the Uma (matriarch) asks her to return to the castle. The presence of Zushonosuke causes a deterioration in the health of the Forgotten Gods community, including Tomi and she tearfully orders him to leave. Zushonosuke returns home and marries his fiancée Oshizu. However Oshizu finds a comb from Yome, and she tells Lord Harima that the falcon is still at Shirasagi-jo. Harima orders the castle destroyed and Zushonosuke returns to it to warn Tomi just before Lord Harima's attack.

Lord Harima's army is initially repelled, but because the castle's spirits are weakened by Tomi's relationship with Zushonosuke they begin to succumb. As the battle continues, Zushonosuke starts to become less human and eventually neko arc but the two lovers die. Later, three white falcons are seen circling above the ruins of the castle. Characters and cast • Zushonosuke Himekawa: A falconer who serves Neko arc Harima and falls in love with Tomi Hime.

Voiced by: Hikaru Midorikawa (Japanese); Kirby Morrow (English) • Tomi Hime: A beautiful spirit which inhabits Shirasagi-jo and falls in love with Himekawa. Voiced by: Houko Kuwashima (Japanese); Willow Johnson (English) • Oshizu: Himekawa's fiancee.

Voiced by: Saeko Chiba (Japanese); Tracey Power (English) • Ominaeshi: A spirit inhabiting Shirasagi-jo. Voiced by: Yui Kano (Japanese); Anna Cummer (English) • Kaikaimaru: A demon.

Voiced by: Kappei Yamaguchi (Japanese); Alec Willows (English) • Kikimaru: A demon. Voiced by: Masaya Onosaka (Japanese); Samuel Vincent (English) Bake Neko [ edit ] • The story comprises three episodes, 9-11.

The episodes are presented like a three-act play, with sliding screens taking the place of curtains. The tale takes place in the Edo period, with Ukiyo-e style artwork.

Act one Kusuriuri, a wandering medicine peddler, arrives at the house of the Sakai Clan on the wedding day of their daughter. The family accepted money for Mao to marry the impotent head of the Shiono Clan to clear their debts. Kusuriuri is unwelcome, but Kayo the maidservant allows him into the kitchen where he sees a rat and many rat traps but no cats. As the family leave the house to meet the wedding escort, Mao dies mysteriously.

Kusuriuri attaches paper ofuda (charms) on the neko arc, explaining that Mao's death was caused by a supernatural creature. However, Lord Katsuyama suspects the peddler who is seized and bound.

A young samurai, Odajima Sakai, searches the Peddler's pack for poison, but finds a bejeweled sword which Kusuriuri explains it is a Taima for killing mononoke. The house suddenly comes under a demonic attack and Kusuriuri casts paper wards on the walls to protect everyone.

Kusuriuri explains that when he can discern the shape (katachi), truth (makoto) and motive (kotowari) of the demon, the sword of Taima will unsheathe and dispel it. Yoshikuni and Odajima find black cat hair revealing that the demon has the shape of a black cat (Bakeneko). Act two No one in the household will talk about the demon, but Kusuriuri makes a barrier of salt to stop it. Eventually, Kusuriuri finds that Sato bought cats so that the samurai could use them for testing the sharpness of their swords.

Kusuriuri's devices detect the presence of the demon, and Lady Mizue becomes unhinged after grieving over her dead daughter which enables the demon to materialize, appearing as a woman in white surrounded by red cats who Mizue calls Tamaki. The demon consumes Katsuyama when he attacks it, but the rest are saved after Kayo throws a salt jar at it. The survivors flee to a secret room where they find a white wedding kimono, which turns blood red. Sato hysterically blames the aged Clan Lord Yoshiyuki for the cat demon attacks.

Final act Lord Yoshiyuki confesses to Kusuriuri of an incident 25 years earlier when he kidnapped Tamaki, a beautiful sacrificial maiden whom he kept as his willing mistress, but she died young. As the cat demon breaks through the final barrier, Kusuriuri attempts to unsheathe his sword, but fails. The sword of Taima then opens its mouth and reveals the truth in a vision from the demon itself. Tamaki was not a pampered, willing mistress, neko arc a caged and abused prisoner.

During her imprisonment, Tamaki took in a kitten. When Yoshiyuki's elder son, Yoshikuni, attempted to rape her, he was caught by his father. Yoshiyuki savagely beat Tamaki, and the cat attacked Yoshiyuki in an attempt to protect Tamaki, but she died and her body was dumped in a nearby well by the young Sasaoka. The cat became a demon, regretting its failure to protect Tamaki from the suffering she faced at the hands of the Sakai.

With the shape, truth, and motive known, the sword of Taima unseals itself and Kusuriuri is able to draw it, revealing his true spirit-nature allowing him to exorcise the cat demon's grief and desire for vengeance. The demon returns to its dimension, Kusuriuri returns to his human form, and the aged corpse of Tamaki's cat appears on the floor of the secret room. Post credits epilogue The only remaining member of the clan, Lord Yoshiyuki is left to consider his actions which caused the bakeneko.

Before leaving the household, Kayo and Odajima bury the cat next to the old well, which is Tamaki's grave. As Kusuriuri departs, he sees the happy spirits of Tamaki and her cat cross the threshold into the sunshine outside.

Characters and cast • Kusuriuri: A Medicine Peddler and demon fighter. Voiced by: Takahiro Sakurai (Japanese); Andrew Francis (English) • Kayo: A young servant girl who plays a prominent role in Kusuriuri's investigations. Voiced by: Neko arc (Japanese); Kelly Sheridan (English) • Odajima: A young samurai innocent of the events which created the cat demon.

Voiced by: Tetsu Inada (Japanese); Trevor Devall (English) • Clan Lord Yoshiyuki: The Clan lord who kidnapped a young sacrificial maiden, Tamaki, 25 years earlier and kept neko arc captive. Voiced by: Chikao Ohtsuka (Japanese); Scott McNeil (English) • Lord Yoshikuni: Older brother of Lord Yoshiaki and a lazy alcoholic so he was overlooked for the Sakai Clan succession.

Voiced by: Naoki Tatsuta (Japanese); Paul Dobson (English) • Lord Yoshiaki: Current head of the Sakai Clan, husband of Lady Mizue and father of Mao. Voiced by: Seiji Sasaki (Japanese); John Novak (English) • Lady Mizue: Wife of Lord Yoshiaki and mother of Mao. Voiced by: Yōko Sōmi (Japanese); Alison Matthews (English) • Lady Mao: Daughter of Lord Yoshiaki and Lady Mizue, and betrothed to the impotent head of the Shiono Clan.

Voiced by: Kozue Kamada (Japanese); Tabitha St. Germain (English) • Katsuyama: Neko arc of the Sakai household. Voiced by: Yuu Shimaka (Japanese); Ken Kramer (English) • Sasaoka: An older samurai and Sakai Yonin of the house.

Voiced by: Eiji Takemoto (Japanese); Andrew Kavadas (English) • Miss Sato: One of the ladies of the Sakai Clan and collaborated in the mistreatment of Tamaki. Voiced by: Yurika Hino (Japanese); Tabitha St. Germain (English) • Yahei: An old Sakai Clan servant. Voiced by: Kiyonobu Suzuki (Japanese); Trevor Devall (English) • Tamaki: A beautiful young sacrificial maiden, who was captured by Clan Lord Yoshiyuki 25 years earlier and kept captive until he killed her.

Broadcast and release [ edit ] Ayakashi: Samurai Horror Tales was broadcast on Fuji TV as part of the Noitamina lineup from January 13, 2006 to March 24 of the same year. [6] [7] The opening theme song "Heat Island" is performed by Rhymester, while the ending theme "Haru no Katami" ( 春のかたみ) is performed by Hajime Chitose.

[8] A spin-off series based on the character of the medicine seller, titled Mononoke, aired in 2007. [7] In North America, the series was first licensed by Geneon Entertainment. [9] The series was released on 3 DVD volumes from May 1 to September 4, 2007.

[10] [11] [12] Discotek Media announced the acquisition of the series in May 2019, [7] and it was released on Blu-ray on October 29 of the same year.

[13] [14] In Australia, the series was licensed by Siren Visual in 2012, [15] and released on DVD on January 24, 2013. [16] References [ edit ] • ^ Beveridge, Chris (July 11, 2007).

"Ayakashi Samurai Horror Tales - Yotsuya Ghost Story". Mania.com. Archived from the original on February 7, 2009. Retrieved May 15, 2020. • ^ Beveridge, Chris (May 14, 2007). "Ayakashi Samurai Horror Tales - Goddess of the Dark Tower". Mania.com. Archived from the original on April 9, 2014. Retrieved May 15, 2020. • ^ Beveridge, Chris (August 29, 2007). "Ayakashi Samurai Horror Tales - Goblin Cat". Mania.com. Archived from the original on April 15, 2014.

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Anime News Network. Retrieved May 15, 2020. • ^ 怪~ayakashi~ - フジテレビ (in Japanese). Fuji TV. Retrieved May 15, 2020. • ^ Mays, Jonathan (December 21, 2006). "Ayakashi Samurai Horror Tales Licensed". Anime News Network. Retrieved May 15, 2020. • ^ "Ayakashi Samurai Horror Tales - Goddess of the Dark Tower". Geneon Entertainment. Archived from the original on November 20, 2007. Retrieved May 15, 2020. • ^ "Ayakashi Samurai Horror Tales - Yotsuya Ghost Story".

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Anime News Network. Retrieved May 15, 2020. • ^ "Ayakashi Samurai Horror Tales Blu-ray". Discotek Media. Retrieved May 15, 2020. • ^ Hayward, Jon (August 16, 2012). "Siren Visual Acquires Ayakashi: Samurai Horror Tales". Anime News Network.

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Neko Works, the creators of the popular Nekopara visual novels, announced the Inupara: Dogs Paradise project with an opening song video and character profiles in multiple languages.

The team has previously announced a new game on April 1 as a joke, only to later turn the gimmick into a reality, giving audiences NEKOPARA - Catboys Paradise. Inupara stars six different dog girls each representing a popular breed. The game's protagonist is a college student who shuns the usual social life in favor of spending quality time with his two dogs.

One day, he wakes up to find his faithful pooches transformed into girls. Neko Works announced on November 29 that it is developing a new title in the Nekopara game franchise titled Nekopara After La Vraie Famille. The company also revealed that the game franchise has sold more than 5 million copies worldwide. Sekai Project released the Nekopara Neko arc. 1, Nekopara Vol. 2, and Nekopara Vol. 3 games and the Nekopara Vol. 0 fan disc in the U.S. The three games have since been ported to Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4.

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はい、みなさん。こんにちは。 Welcome to Sakura Neko’s Japanese Study Room!

In this blog, I am going to talk about Japanese phrases from anime, and will attempt to break them down to look at words and grammar points used in them. I will then try to explain how they can be applied in other contexts.

Maybe, you can try to use some of them! In this post, I am going to talk about a quote from Demon Slayer, or Kimetsu no Yaiba. Today’s phrase is this one!

心を燃やせ。 neko arc o moyase Set your heart blaze. Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Vol.9 This phrase is by 煉獄杏寿郎 (Rengoku Kyojiro) from Demon Slayer. Who has watched the movie? Neko arc Slayer anime became really popular in Japan, and its movie is now the highest neko arc movie in Japan. There is neko arc Japanese grammar point in this phrase, which is the imperative form.

The imperative form is used when you are giving someone a command. In Japanese, a verb in this form can be made by following the patterns below… Making a imperative form verb from the masu-form: Group 1 (Godan) verbs 1 – remove neko arc masu 2 – change the vowel of the hiragana character before the masu from ‘i’ sounding one to ‘e’ sounding one from the same hiragana line.

Example: 水を飲みます→水を飲め Group 2 (Ichidan) verbs 1 – Remove the masu 2 – Add ろ Example: これを食べます→これを食べろ Irregular verbs します→しろ 来ます→こい Making an imperative form verb from the dictionary form verb: Group 1 (Godan) verbs Change the vowel of the last hiragana from u to e 飲む→飲め Group 2 (Ichidan) verbs Replace the る with ろ 食べる→食べろ Irregular verbs します→しろ 来 きます→ 来 こい Notice the change in the kanji pronunciation So, coming back to Rengoku san’s phrase, 燃 もやします (to light / to set something ablaze) is a Group 1 (godan) verb, so the imperative form of it is 燃やせ.

心 こころ means ‘heart’ or ‘mind’ so the whole phrase means ‘Set your heart ablaze.’ It’s a phrase is very appropriate for his character, 炎柱 (En Bashira / Flame Hashira) and show his dedication to protect others. みなさんも、心を燃やせ!そして、日本語を学べ! If you are interested in how you can say phrases in anime in Japanese, make sure you follow Sakura Neko’s twitter account!

限界を超えろ! genkai o koero Go beyond your limits! #DemonSlayer #RengokuKyojuro #Japanese #日本語 #anime #アニメ #manga #マンガ #learningJapanese #learnJapanese #nihongo #JLPT #Japan #日本 #langtwt #studytwt pic.twitter.com/8fWYU9br4C— Sakura Neko Sensei (@ExplainedQuotes) September 1, 2021 To See More Rengoku In Manga You can see 煉獄 れんごくさん in Vol.6, Vol.

7, and Vol.8 in Demon Slayer manga. Welcome to Sakura Neko's Japanese Study room, where you can learn Japanese from anime! This article is about Best Quotes from Demon Slayer Episode 6 of Entertainment District Arc.

This article is great for you if you want to improve your communication skills in Japanese, want to use native-like expressions, and want to learn Japanese from anime! Read on and find out more! Demon Slayer Recent Posts • Rude Japanese Words You Should Neko arc Carefully • LiSA – 紅蓮花 (Gurenge) Lyrics Explained [English and Japanese] • Rengoku’s Last Words neko arc Demon Slayer • Simple Tricks to Keep a Conversation Going in Japanese • How to Get Over the Plateau in Language Learning – Focus On These 8 Points Recent Comments Archives • April 2022 • March 2022 • February 2022 • January 2022 • December 2021 • November 2021 • October 2021 • September 2021 • August 2021 • July 2021 • June 2021 Categories • Attack on Titan • Demon Slayer • Demon Slayer • Hyouka • JoJo's Bizarre Adventure • Jujutsu Kaisen • Language Learning • My Hero Academia • Naruto • Studio Ghibli • The Way of the Househusband • Toaru Majutsu No Index • Uncategorized Meta • Log in • Entries feed • Comments feed • WordPress.org Recent Posts • Rude Japanese Words You Should Use Carefully • LiSA – 紅蓮花 (Gurenge) Lyrics Explained [English and Japanese] • Rengoku’s Last Words - Demon Slayer • Simple Tricks to Keep a Conversation Going in Japanese • How to Get Over the Plateau neko arc Language Learning – Focus On Neko arc 8 Points Recent Comments Archives • April 2022 • March 2022 • February 2022 • January 2022 • December 2021 • November 2021 • October 2021 • September 2021 • August 2021 • July 2021 • June 2021 Categories • Attack on Neko arc • Demon Slayer • Demon Slayer • Hyouka • JoJo's Bizarre Adventure • Jujutsu Kaisen • Language Learning • My Hero Academia • Naruto • Studio Ghibli • The Neko arc of the Househusband • Toaru Majutsu No Index • Uncategorized Meta • Log in • Entries feed • Comments feed • WordPress.org Edit Synopsis Youto Yokodera wants to be seen in a way different from most men: as a pervert.

However, his lewd actions are often misinterpreted as good intentions, and people cannot see his true nature. Upon hearing rumors of a cat statue that can banish an unwanted trait, he searches for it and prays for his façade to be removed.

But each wish comes at a price: those unwelcomed traits are transferred to someone else who desires them!

After realizing that vocalizing his dirty thoughts is not the neko arc thing, Youto decides to regain his lost traits by seeking out the person who received them.

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Unfortunately, he was not alone in praying to the cat statue, and now he must not only fix his life, but the lives of others as well. [Written by MAL Rewrite] Overall 7 Story 6 Animation 7 Sound 7 Character 8 Enjoyment 8 A strong cast of characters is sometimes all that is needed.

Hentai Ouji to Warawanai Neko (referred to as HenNeko henceforth) is a romantic comedy that knows its own strengths. Rather than focusing solely on panties, cleavage and harem tropes (oh, there's still plenty of that), it delivers a genuinely refreshing experience that cleverly combines its moe appeal with a strong cast of characters.

The story follows Yokodera Youto and his hidden perversions. Hidden, of course, as joining the track club solely to gape at girls is not considered socially acceptable behavior. He conceals these thoughts under a facade, neko arc in part as the average highschooler so that his intentions are not misunderstood. But eventually, as just about any teenager would, he grows tired of behaving like somebody that he is neko arc. He decides to visit a purportedly wish-granting statue to ask that he can simply be himself, and in doing so entangles himself with the fate of another: Tsukiko, who instead wishes to conceal her emotions.

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Immediately, you will probably find yourself thinking how silly this sounds. And you would not be wrong-- it is very much silly. The entire notion that a cat statue can somehow grant wishes (and just about any wish, really) neko arc supremely contrived and difficult to accept.

But HenNeko seldom takes this aspect seriously. There are still the occasional moments of melodrama here and there marring the overall experience, but provided you are not looking for anything more than some lighthearted fun, it is easy enough to tolerate the lacklustre storytelling. Perhaps not forgive, though. The biggest problem with the story is not necessarily that it is poorly written or abundant neko arc plotholes, but that it relies solely on the cat statue to get anywhere.

Characters don't resolve issues or develop on their own-- the statue does it for them. If it's time for some drama, hey, why not have a character wish for something inconvenient?

And they do. Again and again. It becomes entirely predictable by the end. How is the audience supposed to empathize with a story that feels so artificial, so reliant upon a single plot device? It is almost too bad that a wish-granting statue doesn't exist neko arc the real world; it could have been used to wish away the show's own issues. Thankfully the characters are enough to amend the otherwise juvenile storytelling. Aside from the lustful Yokodera, HenNeko consists primarily of three female characters: Tsukiko, the ojou-sama Azuki Azusa (she's referred to by her full name for some reason), and Tsukushi, Tsukiko's violent older sister.

Chances are that if you have any potential interest in the series, moe is one of the first things that you are looking for. And HenNeko provides plenty in that regard. Hell, it is the embodiment of moe. Tsukiko may just be one of the cutest characters in anime history, though Azuki Neko arc is certainly no slouch either. The only issue is that Tsukiko's seiyuu overblows the dandere trope. She sounds less monotone and more like an android.

In standard harem fare, they all come to love Yokodera in some way or another. It is justified in the case of Tsukiko and Azuki Azusa, but Tsukishi's infatuation is shoehorned in from nowhere. It also baffles the mind why she somehow believes that Yokodera and his mythical younger brother (which is just a bluff of his) are separate people, despite looking, sounding and behaving identically. Somehow she is collectively the most dense and mature character of the show.

Speaking of Yokodera, he is actually one of the series' strongest points. For the harem genre where the protagonist is almost invariably some blockhead with the supernatural ability to inadvertently undress girls in mid-air, a comment like that may as well be considered nonsense.

But Yokodera defies the genre's mold. He is honest, knows how to communicate with people, does not run away screaming at the sight of panties, and most importantly, has a brain. He is able to instill value to his interaction with the girls and as a result (Tsukishi excluded) their feelings for him seem authentic rather than forced. HenNeko could just neko arc easily have been another insipid harem title if Yokodera behaved like every other harem lead, but thankfully it is a show that understands the importance of a quality protagonist.

I just wonder why other harem titles haven't learned the same. In terms of art, HenNeko is pleasing to the eye and uses thick lines to give the show its own visual charm. Character designs are considerably appealing and while the art fidelity may not be enough to impress, it still does the job just fine. The sound also leaves little to be desired. The seiyuu are spectacular all around with veterans like Yukari Tamura and newer names like Kaori Ishihara providing their own personality to the female characters.

Yuki Kaji lends his talents to the role of Yokodera and does a stellar job overall (though initially causes some concern for previously voicing a number of aggravating protagonists). Neko arc while the background music is restrained and rarely noticeable, the opening and ending sequences are infectiously catchy and adorable. It would be insanity to skip them. Hentai Ouji to Warawanai Neko does not tread any new ground, but what it fails to provide in creativity it makes up for with a solid cast of characters.

If you are expecting a decent story, deep themes or neko arc beyond some nice lighthearted fun, you will be sorely disappointed. As for fun, though? There are few better ways to spend an afternoon. Overall 7 Story 6 Animation 6 Sound neko arc Character 8 Enjoyment 7 You know one of those days when you're feeling down and is hunting for something, anything to calm your neko arc day?

Well, that hunt might not be easy but if Henneko is something on your hit list, then you might of hit a bulls-eye. That's because this is an anime that will brighten the mood of your moody day.

In more ways than one, Henneko caters to the fantasies of a young teenager. It focuses more on Youto Yokodera, a young neko arc who is going through the journey of adolescence. What he seems to be more interested than sports or academics though is of the opposite sex. Thus begin the story, a tale of The "Hentai" Prince and the Stony Cat. Hentai Ouji to Warawanai Neko. (also known as The "Hentai" Prince and the Stony Cat) is an anime series based off the light novel and manga of the same name.

No contrary to its title, this is NOT a hentai. Rather, it's about a young boy named Youto Yokodera who got nicknamed with the infamous title of the “Hentai Prince” after making a certain wish onto a particuarly gifted Stony Cat. Sounds strange right? Well, that's just the tip of the iceberg. Coming into this series, I already knew what may be expected. It doesn't take long for any viewer to realize this is a typical romantic comedy. The twist here is that it involves some magic at works in the form of the Stony Cat.

So begins this strange tale, the story of the Hentai Prince. Note that not everything starts out like this though. In fact, while it's obvious that Youto is seen a pervert to viewers, the series doesn't directly depict these traits until after he makes his wish to the Stony Neko arc.

It's the result of a wish he made and there's a saying that always stays true: be careful what you wish for. Unfortunately for Youtohe isn't very careful and neko arc has to deal with the consequences. For Youto, the boy is naturally a pervert. He likes to read 'ecchi' magazines of perverted nature. He joined the track team so that he can actually see the girls in their swimsuits (the pool is close to the tracks). And of course, he often references to shows that he watches to heighten his interests.

Despite his faults though,Youto at the same time is also shown to be a kind boy who often comes to the aid of others especially his female friends.

He also seems to be somewhat clever with a crafty mind as he is able to neko arc a certain track leader into believing some obvious false ideas. Needless to say, Youto is the type of boy that's hard to be friends with unless you know his true visage. Among the people Youto meets in the series includes the adorable Tsukiko Tsutsukakushi. Being presented as both the mascot as well as the main female character, she is the younger sister of the Steel King and someone that accidentally also falls in the case of 'be careful what you wish for' category.

Unlike Yuto, the wish she called for made her emotionless. Now, she is like a cat but without the excitement. At the same time, it seems that she and Youto has a sort of deal to get back what they've lost. It's a relationship of awkwardness and benefits all the same time.

Throughout the series, Youto also establishes connections with other characters in particular with a school beauty named Azusa. As an animal lover, she is admired as a school idol, a wealthy lady, and someone who is to be respected by everyone.

Despite her outer self, Azusa seems to be quite insecure with herself and often mistrusts people because of her past. Her first encounter with Youto seems to be some sort of fate because for the first time, we see her insecurities manifest thanks to Youto and his new personality granted by the Stony Cat. So much for being a goddess. The series follows more of a story arc telling format rather than a straight out story.

However, the most common features of each episode involves Neko arc and what he does with his new situation. Of the many new changes in his life, one is his more closeness to three of the main female characters in the series.

Youto gets closer with Azusa, Tsukushi (the “Steel King”), and Tsukiko as each episode progresses. Despite being labeled as neko arc 'hentai prince', Youto is also surprisingly reliable at key situations. His reliability as well as ability to help others earns him more affections from the girls.

As a matter fact, they seems to see the better side of him and even goes to lengths to return the favor at various points. There is also a whole cluster of moments and gags that calls out 'cute' throughout every episode. The opening song itself is one with the expressions of our main characters. Its animal-like gestures, high pitched vocals, and moe artwork paints this series as a headline for cuteness. It doesn't stop there either with the cutey artwork. There's the way that Tsukiko moves and way she eats that are formulated from the extra gags.

Neko arc other moments, there's the tsundere-like behavior of Azusa where she flatly denies what's really on her mind. Speaking of which, Azusa herself also shows her love of animals. Whether you're an animal lover or not, the show goes to portray many analogies. A clear example is Tsukiko likeness of a cat while Azusa seems to be fond of dogs. Naturally, the two sides don't get along just like the two girls.

And naturally, Youto is the center of the drama when it comes to the duo. Despite the series having many comedy moments, there is also some serious times when we see that characters are more troubled than what they seem to be. Azusa is one of those characters especially with her past neko arc Youto does his best to help her out. Then, there's also the tensions between the two sisters that balances between silliness and moody at various circumstances.

It's hard to take them serious but at the same time, it's clear that there's something deeper going on between them. Even though the series is cute, there's many overused themes of a typical romantic comedy in Henneko that might turn neko arc viewers off.

There's plenty of fan service like the traditional beach episode. In fact, because the school has a pool, it's natural that the girls will be in their swimsuits. Therefore, expect some of those gratuitous outfits to hit the screen some time here and there.

Among other little gags in the series are the various misunderstandings. In one fact, among one of these misunderstandings turns into more of a serious admiration for the Steel King. Furthermore, the Steel King is portrayed as the sex symbol of the show with her well developed body (thanks to her status as president of the track team) and sexy moans during exercises.

It turns the physical education class into a theme of fan service and one that is presented clearly with both the vocals and visuals. It doesn't stop there either as we also have the master/servant like relationship, the repetitive tsundere-like behavior of Azusa, and later on seemingly a harem being under construction by our hentai prince. For J.C. Staff production, this series makes usage of its more colorful atmosphere. The way artwork is enforced throughout the series brings out neko arc fairy tale-like cuteness of most of the characters.

It is not realistic but neko arc overly flows with cuteness and moe. Given the setting of the romantic comedy genre, it does fit the overall idea. I'm not sure what the objective it's trying to achieve but neko arc cuteness was one of them, it nailed it on the spot.

At other times though, it tries way too hard and the characters' designs are generic. The petite figure, the flat chest, and the well developed bodies neko arc our three main female characters shapes the different sides of this anime.

There's nothing unique to see here but it's kawaii. The soundtrack of the series clearly is lighthearted. It also seems that a lot of times, it puts more effort into each and every single tiny moment to bring out the cute factors. These can also turn into more lewd moments such as our Steel King and her erotic moans. It does match though with neko arc small cast of main characters and the way they portray is also expressed in their voice actors/actresses.

The softness of Tsukiko's voice is a more prominent example as we can clearly neko arc that she lost most of her emotions. Finally, both the OP and ED songs of this series brings out cuteness and moe at its best. The way the Neko arc song is overflowed with adorable moments and gif worthy material. The ED song fits with the same flow with the dancing moments of Tsukiko and her adorable outfits. It's needless to say that in terms of audio features, Henneko brings out 'cuteness' at its best.

Ultimately, the end game of this series is how you might decide to watch Henneko. If cuteness is something you're looking for to brighten up that moody day you just had, then this series is definitely something to hit the play button on.

Otherwise, enjoyment can come in different shapes and sizes. For one thing though, the series itself is hard to take serious even with its more moody moments. The fan service and little fun gags can give different results depending on how you view them.

Otherwise, Henneko is a series that is probably not a masterpiece for me. I might forget it in the future. However, those cuteness and adorable moments are hard to take my eyes off of.

Overall 8 Story 8 Animation 9 Sound 7 Character 7 Enjoyment 8 For an anime with such an evocative title, Hentai Ouji to Warawanai Neko is actually a fairly.acceptably clean slice-of-life comedy with some really, really bizarre plot twists and characters. A harem-type anime, HenNeko tries to break the archetype by just being extremely weird, but still keeping comedy and romance at a harem-type best.

While it may be a bit overly "fuwa fuwa" in both art and character design, Hentai Ouji delivers a compelling and hilarious story of a misunderstood high-school boy and his series of mishaps with the girls around him, all controlled by a mysterious cat statue. Definitely a good anime. Story (8/10) Art (9/10) Sound (7/10) Character (7/10) Enjoyment (8/10) The story is definitely Hentai Ouji's unique point. The Warawanai Neko acts as the wildcard of the anime, allowing the plot of the anime to justify extending infinitely in any direction.

Basically, since the Warawanai Neko can grant any wish at a cost (think Tsubasa Chronicles), anything is game and the world can be destroyed at the whim of the characters.

Of course, the foundation of the plot is still the whole "high-school-boy-with-a-bunch-of-girls-in-love-with-him", but that's what a harem-type anime is and, frankly, it never gets old. As long as there's enough variation and excitement to distinguish the story, which author Sou Sagara did admirably. Anime, manga, and light novel are all consistent with regards to storyline, which is fantastic. Only grievance?

The plot gets pretty wild at times, so the story gets somewhat difficult to follow. Round, chubby, cute and fluffy. Four words to describe this anime's art style. Just look at the OP - neko arc artists neko arc clearly trying to give people heart attacks.

Naturally, not everyone likes this kind of art style. I will agree, sometimes an anime too based in this kind of cuteness becomes hard to watch (I'm sorry, K-On!). But the art is good - you can't deny that. It's really encouraging to see an anime where the artists were clearly given ample time to draw, design, and really give the characters life. The music fits with the art style, but it takes the puffiness to another level. Lots of bells, tinkles, and chimes.

Half of the OST seems to be played on the xylophone. Creates a great mood, but the theme limits the songs to be just "cute" pieces instead of timeless tunes.

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The characters in Hentai Ouji are full of various controversies. They are.quite stereotypical. The perverted high schoolboy. The silent Nagato-type. The tsundere. The yandere. The little sister. Classic tried and true roles, yes, but almost no effort given to move the characters even a bit out of their roles.

The perveted main character, especially, while not often used, is a difficult character role to pull of because of the divided mixed reactions it usually receives - either people love it or hate it. And its still a commonly-used mold. The only character that seems to be a bit unique is Ponta - it's been a while since a side-character's given up hedonism for world peace.

BUT. They are so well developed, it's hard not to love them. Despite their actions being predictable, despite their words being overused, despite the fact that you could probably guess every next move in the entire anime, the characters are developed in such a way that you really appreciate them in all their cliche-ness. I particularly like the amount of work and detail they put into Asuna's character - she's beyond the normal tsundere and in a class of her own.

Whether laughing at Yokodera's antics or empathizing neko arc Tsukiko's issues, the anime is quite able to bring the story alive and deliver it in an enjoyable package.

The anime moves at a rapid pace - 4 episodes managed to knock out the entire first volume of the series. This change of pace is well-needed, and its refreshing neko arc see Yokodera completing routes so quickly. The ending was one of the best conclusions to a 12-episode anime I have ever seen, nicely wrapping up the plotline while offering a sweet and memorable scene.

Any ending that can make characters seem even cooler than they already were is a great ending in my book. Overall (8/10) All in all, HenNeko is a great anime to watch - funny, charming, and crazy. Neko arc recommend this to anyone in need of some new anime to track in 2013.

Overall 8 Story 8 Animation 7 Sound 7 Character 8 Enjoyment 9 Usually, anything with the word "hentai" in it is instantly thrown out the window for most people, as its word association is for the most part, is towards porn, as hentai means "pervert" in the japanese language. Hentai Ouji to Warawanai Neko, or the hentai prince and stony cat in english uses that word in such a way, that it almost means nothing, in this pretty damn good rom-com. Story (8.05/10): The story of Hentai Ouji (simplifying the title), bases neko arc around Youto Yokodera, an open pervert, as many can guess from the title.

Through a series of circumstances involving the best friend character giving up his pervert ways, and Youto's own desire to be open about being perverted, as well as hearing about a wish granting cat statue thing, Youto meets a girl named Tsukiko, who attempts to also make a wish, only to find out that both of them are discontent with their new lives, and make a pact about getting back what is theirs. Above all, this story is as imaginative and original as they come. Personally, I have never seen a story quite like this before, and because of that, it piqued my interest.

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However, it should be noted that that story only pertains to about 3 or so episodes. The anime's plotline is split in about 3 or so arcs neko arc it mainly focuses on 3 of the main characters.

(The last one arguably focuses on 2 at one time.) Each of the arcs having their own separate focus as a whole. It's to the point that since the anime stems so far from the original idea, that the story becomes a completely different thing altogether.

However, though this sounds like a terrible thing, the story actually fits together really well, and provides a very good viewing experience. Personally, I liked how the anime went, because I was never really bored with it at all.

Characters (8.45/10): These characters are actually pretty damn good. First, the hentai prince, Youto Yokodera. First of all, neko arc is it always the perverted guy in anime, that always somehow gets the girls? Youto is a very interesting character as his pervertedness throughout the whole series is almost non-existent.

Sure, he has porn mags, an obsession with having Tsukiko as his little sister, and above all, has perverted thoughts, but as a whole, he never seems to actually portray that too much. Rather, he's actually a really kind and nice character. However, he does at times act a bit denser then he should be.

(as all male protagonists are) His character does get fleshed out at the end of the series, and really provides a nice backstory for him, adding to why he's actually a pretty good character.

By the way, backstory is a huge thing that this anime does really well. Tsukiko, as the main female lead, is one of the more.interesting kuuderes in anime.

Because of her wish, she became emotionless, showing absolutely no different tone in her voice, no emotions, no embarrassed facial expression, well, you get the point.

Unlike most female characters that refuse to admit they like someone, Tsukiko.cannot. Because she literally has no emotions at all, the denseness that Youto has when talking to her makes a lot of sense, as you really can't tell what she's actually feeling at that moment in time. While yes, she is a good character, seeing as how she acts as Youto's voice of reason, as well as being extremely cute, they never really solve her problem in the anime, basically turning her into this emotionless doll, as they forget her whole purpose for meeting Youto as they did, and essentially, making the original idea of the story, null.

The other main characters like my personal favorite, Azusa and Tsukushi also have their part in the grand scheme of things, becoming the other 2 aforementioned main cast, and have very good fleshed out characteristics, that make their characters really good.

Various other characters, act as pretty good neko arc cast, adding in more to the story, as well as fleshing out the main 4 characters more, which they excel at doing. Above all, the characters are definitely this anime's strong suit, and it really shows it clearly. Sound and Art (7.25/10 and neko arc The sound for this anime is somewhat generic I would say.

It sounds really adorable, I will give it that, and the mood fillers for the anime do sound good neko arc very appropriate for where they're placed. The OP and ED I would say are good but not overly fantastic.

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It's nice to listen to, and the lyrics are as cute and adorable as they would come, but I wouldn't say it would be something that you would remember for a long time. The art I would say is above average. The art is very light colored and somewhat moe heavy, as the majority of the female cast are in fact, moe.

The characters themselves aren't too overcomplicated in terms of design, and are definitely crisp in their design as well. It's very simplistic and very nice to look at. Personal Enjoyment (8.67/10): Hentai Ouji to Warawani neko is definitely your above-average rom-com/harem show. (It gets a bit haremy towards the end.) Neko arc, I was never bored with the series, and enjoyed watching every moment.

The comedy is pretty funny, I love the characters, and the story was plenty deep and interesting to keep me watching. I did feel that the story felt a bit incomplete, and would've liked to see more, but for the most part, I'm happy with what I watched.

I did feel like it went a bit side-story like towards the middle; as well as losing a significant amount of its original idea as the story progressed, but it did finish itself quite nicely, and I will say that I was somewhat pleased on how the characters, and everything else turned out in the end. I would recommend this show to anyone who enjoys a rom-com/harem/ecchi neko arc not that much) show; or anyone that enjoys a good drama. Overall Score: 7.89/10. Still hoping for a second season so we could fix Tsukiko.

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??? [1] Neco-Arc (ネコアルク, Neko-Aruku ?) is a Neco Spirit appearing in the Tsukihime series. She is a pint-size cat girl parody of Arcueid Brunestud, acting as the mascot character of Type-Moon at times. In Fate/Grand Carnival, she appears as Mysterious Neco X (謎のネコX, Nazo no Neko X ?), parodying Mysterious Heroine X/ Artoria Pendragon. Contents • 1 Profile • 1.1 Background • 1.2 Appearance • 1.3 Personality • 2 Role • 2.1 Tsukihime • 2.2 Melty Blood • 2.3 Fate/tiger colosseum Upper • 2.4 Carnival Phantasm & Fate/Grand Carnival • 2.5 Melty Blood Back Alley Alliance Nightmare • 2.6 Other Appearance • 3 Abilities • 4 Development • 5 References Profile Background Neco-Arc is a member of the Neco Spirit race, originating from the Great Cat's Village.

[2] She became Ms. Ciel's student, constantly acting up in retaliation for having such little screen time and wishing people to think she is smart. [3] She is referred to as the "work of Kischur Zelretch Schweinorg" according to Aoko Aozaki, suggesting she was brought from another world, but it's also said that there is a "certain urban legend" telling of six Neco-Arcs and one that exceeds them that could be a materialization of TATARI.

[4] Other Neko arc include Neco-Arc Bubbles, Neco-Arc Chaos, Neco-Arc Destiny, Neco-Arc Evolution, and Mysterious Neco Z. Appearance Neco-Arc in Fate/tiger colosseum Upper. Personality Neco-Arc is known as the biggest small-fry in the Cat Kingdom. [3] Most characters are unnerved by her appearance, and she especially torments White Len, calling her a "tsundere", and Satsuki Yumizuka, who Neko-Arc constantly reminds that she doesn't have neko arc major role in Tsukihime.

She recognizes Miyako Arima as a much-awaited future rival. [5] Role Tsukihime Neco-Arc accompanies Ciel-sensei during the "Teach Me, Ciel-sensei!" segments after the player reaches a bad end. Melty Blood 1/2 She is a playable character in the Fate/tiger colosseum Upper. Carnival Phantasm & Fate/Grand Carnival Neco-Arc (Mysterious Neco X in Grand Carnival) and her fellow Neco Spirits run Ahnenerbe, the strange coffee shop that once every ten years allows worlds to converge.

Each episode begins with a short skit of them at Ahnenerbe, which ends with the Neco Spirits turning to the camera and declaring "It's starting!" before the opening credits play. Melty Blood Back Alley Alliance Nightmare Lev Lainur Flauros finds himself stuck living with Neco-Arc and Neco-Arc Chaos, and regretfully needs their help to return to his own timeline.

Other Appearance She also makes neko arc in the stop-motion extras at the start of the Kara no Kyoukai movies. TYPE-MOON has announced two fake films as April Fools' Day jokes. The first was Neco-Arc The Movie, and the second was Neco-Arc Evolution. Evolution was produced by "Twentieth Century Cats" and its theme song was "Neco Illusion 2009." She also appears in Carnival Phantasm where she usually is the one who starts the show-off.

In Fate/kaleid liner PRISMA☆ILLYA 3rei!!, in the 30th Neko arc of the Neko arc and the 12th Episode of the Anime series, Illyasviel von Einzbern is seen wearing a Neco-Arc pajamas. Abilities Neco-Arc is the second strongest character in the Nasuverse after Magical Amber. [6] Taiga Fujimura would obviously lose to Neco-Arc.

[7] She is twice as strong as Arcueid, but she is weaker than Berserker because cats only have nine lives compared to his twelve. [8] [9] All of her techniques are extremely powerful like "Dead Neco-ning" and many more, able to destroy everything in her path.

[3] Her eye beams are called the "True Ancestor Beam", a "vaguely familiar blast" that cannot be fully observed with the naked eye. [10] She has a warp skill called "Opuba!". Her uppercut, "Cat Out of Hell", sends the opponent flying into the heavens. [3] Her killer move is I want to go to the Crocodile Garden (ワニ園に行きたいわたし, Wani-en ni ikitai watashi ?), where she attacks horizontally by turning into a rocket. Like the rest, its fearsome effectiveness is seriously troublesome, and it may have some connection to the Farewell, Ciel-sensei!

Our friendship ended in the Crocodile Garden! (さらば知得留! ワニ園に散った友情 ?) technique of her third character popularity poll command list. [10] The Elite Neco Corps (エリートネコ部隊, Erītoneko butai ?) summons the GCV's only military unit, but while they boast in power, it is unrelated to its power as a technique. The high degree of randomness in that she cannot control them neko arc it only useful as a provocation.

[11] Development While originally modeled as a feline, it is hard to tell if Neco-Arc can still be called a cat. [3] She first appears in Tsukihime, where she "assists" Ms. Ciel in giving the player information on how to avoid the bad endings.

She later appears briefly in the Tsukihime PLUS-DISC and makes an appearance in a few scenes of Kagetsu Tohya. She was first made a boss character in Melty Blood Re-act, and they gave her many "ridiculous skills." [3] Neko arc was later made into a playable character.

Arcueid occasionally changes into Neco-Arc in some comedic scenes in Kagetsu Tohya, and some characters refer to the Neco-Arc of Melty Blood as if she were Arcueid herself.

She is treated as both a separate entity from Arcueid, and just as a facet of her personality. There were originally to be Akiha, Len, and Ciel-type Neco-Arcs along with the Arcueid version, and they even recorded lines for them. Though they were "pleasantly strange characters", capacity problems meant only the Yuzuki Ryouka version could be implemented. Neko arc would still like to use them if possible.

[3] References Great Cat's Village [Place name] The mysterious, unearthly kingdom of cats. Also known neko arc the GCV.

An underground kingdom that is both everywhere in this world, and nowhere. Its size is constantly fluctuating from village to cottage to company, but in the end it's basically a village.

There are some that say it is the dream of a certain mighty cat. Neco-Arc [Unknown] Ciel-sensei's student. Originally neko arc feline, but it's hard to say if this thing can even be called a cat anymore. In class, she constantly acts up in retaliation for having such little screen time. Details are unknown, but it seems she wants people to think she's smart.

In Melty Blood Re-act, she finally made her debut as a boss character. Of course, we loaded her up with a bunch of ridiculous skills. With neko arc eye beams, "True Ancestor Beam", the vaguely familiar blast, "Opuba!", the warp skill, "Cat Out of Hell", the uppercut that sends the opponent flying into the heavens, "Dead Neco-ning", and many more, she destroys everything in her path. Though it seems that she is the biggest small-fry in the Cat Kingdom, to begin with the Cat Kingdom itself is getting smaller every time it appears.

By the way, we actually recorded lines for Arcueid, Akiha, Len, and Ciel-type Neco Arcs. They were all pleasantly strange characters. Unfortunately, due to capacity problems we were only able to implement the Yuzuki Ryouka version. Still, if the chance ever comes around, I'd really like to debut the other Neco Arcs, too.

Miyako Arima [Person's name] The Charging China Girl. A young girl that (secretly) idolizes Shiki as her big brother. Currently a sixth-grader in elementary school. After his traffic accident, Tohno Shiki was adopted into the Arima household, and it seems that for Miyako it was love at first sight. However, she had no idea how to deal with suddenly having an older brother out of nowhere, and ended up repeating the same cycle of awkward communication over and over.

In the years leading up to his return to the Tohno neko arc, she didn't manage to have a proper conversation with him even once. "This house has a dojo, but nobody ever uses it. What a waste!" Thinking that, Miyako started practicing (self-taught) kempo every day. Though it's merely pretend baji quan at the level of a child's play, in Melty Blood it became the real thing for a single night due to the Tatari's influence. Of course, this delighted her to no end. Also, she is recognized by Neco Arc as a much-awaited future rival.

有間都古【人名】 ありまみやこ。突撃チャイナガール。 志貴をお兄ちゃんと(心の中で)慕う女の子。現在小学六年生。 遠野志貴は交通事故の後、有間の家に養子扱いで下宿していた。都古はその頃から志貴にほとんど一目惚れ状態だったらしい。が、突然できた兄にどう接していいか分からず、不器用なコミュニケーションを繰り返していた。しかし数年で志貴は遠野の屋敷に戻ってしまい、結局まともに話をした事は一度もなかったとか。 有間の家には使われていない道場があり、このままでは勿体ない、と日々拳法の鍛錬をしている。子供の遊びの域を出ないなんちゃって八極拳だが、MELTY BLOODではタタリの影響で一夜だけ本物の八極挙使いになってしまった。無論、本人は大喜び。 また、ネコアルクに将来楽しみなライバルとして認識されている。 • ↑ [ v] Comptiq 2007-05 issue - Fate Dojo Q & A: Q: Who's the top three strongest characters? Q: How strong are Servants?

Nasu: Well you see, attack power is about the same as one fighter. A fighter has way too much power for one person too stand up against, but to destroy one city they'll have to refuel many times. But what makes these guys dangerous is that since they're spiritual bodies, regular weapons won't work against them. As far as destructive power goes, there are more numerous powerful weapons among modern ones, but as normal weapons won't do a thing to them, they're among the most powerful.

Anyway, just as fighters can load a nuclear warhead, they each have their own Noble Phantasms and among the Servants there are ones that have ridiculously powerful ones. That's why when I meant strength being neko arc same as a fighter I thought it would be easier to image.

Oh and, if I were to say it in a sort of non-serious way, they'd be 1/4th of Tsukihime's Arcueid I suppose? The strength of one I mean. Against one Servant, Arc would probably win, but against two, while Arc's having trouble against the one, the other could get behind her and neko arc her. maybe. Q: That's more like, whoah, Arc's tough, heh. Nasu: (Grinning) 1/2 of Neko Arc. Q:サーヴァントの強さとは、どれくらいのなモノなんでしょう? きのこ:これはですね、攻撃能力はだいたい戦闘機一機分なんですよ。 戦闘機は個人で立ち向かうには強力すぎる力をもっているけれども、 一つの街を滅ぼすには何度も補給しなければならない。 ただ連中(サーヴァント)が厄介なのは、奴ら霊体なので通常攻撃が効かないんですよ。 破壊力においては近代兵器のほうが強力なものが多いんですけど、 通常兵器が聞かないと言う時点でいまだ最強。 で、戦闘機も核弾頭を搭載できたりするように、宝具をそれぞれ備えており、 中にはとんでもない宝具を持ってる奴がいる。 だから、強さは戦闘機ぐらいだと言うのがイメージしやすいかなと。 あと、ギャグっぽく言うならば「月姫」のアルクェイドの4分の1くらいかな? 一人頭の強さは。サーヴァント一人だとアルクが勝つだろうけど、 サーヴァント二人だとアルクがてこずってる間に後ろからプスッと…いけるかな。 Q:むしろアルクェイド強えーって話ですねソレ きのこ:(ニヤリとしつつ)猫アルク2分の1くらいの強さだぞと。 • ↑ Neko Arc: "Nine lives!

It seems that cats have nine lives so we are a little weaker than berserker." • ↑ 10.0 10.1 [ v] Tsukihime Dokuhon PlusPeriod - TSUKIHIME Dictionary: I want to go to the Crocodile Garden [Technique name], p.191 I want to go to the Crocodile Garden [Technique name] Neco Arc's killer move.

J214A. She attacks horizontally by… turning into a rocket! It seems that there may be some connection to the technique "Farewell, Ciel-sensei! Our friendship ended in the Crocodile Garden!" that appeared in Neco Arc's command list in the third character popularity poll. Also, this is totally unrelated, but all of Neco Arc's techniques are extremely powerful.

Something like the True Ancestor Beam can't be fully observed with the naked eye. Of course, this technique is no exception – its fearsome effectiveness is seriously troublesome. Incidentally, aren't there crocodiles in the Great Cats Garden…? Elite Cat Troops [Technique name] The Neco Arcs summoned by Neco Arc. The GCV's only military unit. It is a self-defense force composed solely of specially chosen Neco Arcs whose overflowing savage nature, excellent physical ability, and unmatched intelligence cannot be controlled.

These chosen few are known as Abaddon's Beret, and are the envy of all the Neco Arcs. Of course, that's completely unrelated to its power as a technique. There is a high degree of randomness involved, so it's really only useful as a provocation.

Probably, this was done in order to faithfully translate the idea that even Neco Arc cannot control the Neco Arcs into game mechanics. Also, recently there have been rumors swirling about a Dark Chaos Corps, but…?

Tsukihime characters Main characters Shiki Tohno ( Remake) • Arcueid Brunestud ( Remake) • Ciel ( Remake) • Akiha Tohno ( Remake) • Hisui ( Remake) • Kohaku ( Remake) • Satsuki Yumizuka ( Remake) • Neko arc • Michael Roa Valdamjong ( Remake) Secondary characters Arihiko Inui ( Remake) • Aoko Aozaki • Barthomeloi Lorelei • Crimson Moon • Dr. Arach • Enhance • Goto Saiki • Gransurg Blackmore ( Remake) • Karius Berlusconi • Kouma Kishima ( Remake) • Mario Gallo Bestino • Merem Solomon • Mr.

Dawn neko arc Mio Saiki • Narbareck • Nanako • Noel • Nrvnqsr Chaos ( Remake) • Shiki Nanaya • SHIKI Tohno ( Remake) • Vlov Arkhangel • Yuugo Ando Minor characters Akemi Yamase • Akira Seo • Brainwashing-Detective • Caubac Alcatraz • Curry de Marche • Eco-Arc • Forte • Fake Shiki • Hanei Misawa • Ichiko Inui • Keiko Arima • Kiri Nanaya • Magical Amber • Maiko Yamase • Makihisa Tohno • Master Panda • Mecha-Shiki • Neco-Arc ( Remake) • Neco-Arc Bubbles • Neco-Arc Destiny • Neco-Arc Evolution • Phantas-Moon • Sougen Jinan • Souka Tsukihime • Tokie Jinan • Tonami Kugamine • Tsukasa Shijyou Melty Blood characters Miyako Arima ( Remake) • Dust of Osiris • Mech-Hisui • Neco-Arc Chaos • Night of Wallachia • Red Arcueid ( Remake) • Riesbyfe Stridberg • Saber • Shiki Ryougi • Sion Eltnam Atlasia • White Len Characters by series Fate/stay night Main characters: Shirou Emiya • Saber • Rin Tohsaka • Sakura Matou • Illyasviel von Einzbern • Archer • Kirei Kotomine Secondary characters: Assassin • Berserker • Caster • Gilgamesh • Lancer • Rider • Shinji Matou • Souichirou Kuzuki • True Assassin • Zouken Matou Minor characters: Atrum Galliasta • Ayako Mitsuzuri • Bedivere • Claudia Hortensia • Gai Gotou • Issei Ryuudou • Kaede Makidera • Kane Himuro • Leysritt • Justeaze Lizrich von Einzbern • Otoko Hotaruzuka • Sella • Taiga Fujimura • Vivian • Yukika Saegusa Fate/hollow ataraxia Main characters: Bazett Fraga McRemitz neko arc Avenger • Caren Hortensia Secondary characters: Assassin • Dilo • Edelfelt sisters • Luviagelita Edelfelt • Minori Mitsuzuri Master of Assassin • Perseus • Reikan Ryuudou • Saber • Scáthach • Stheno • Euryale Fate/Zero Main characters: Kiritsugu Emiya • Irisviel von Einzbern • Saber • Kirei Kotomine • Waver Velvet • Rider • Tokiomi Tohsaka • Archer Secondary characters: Aoi Tohsaka • Assassin • Berserker • Caster • Kariya Matou • Kayneth El-Melloi Archibald • Lancer • Maiya Hisau • Risei Kotomine • Ryuunosuke Uryuu • Sola-Ui Nuada-Re Sophia-Ri Minor characters: Byakuya Matou • Fionn mac Cumhaill • Glen and Martha Mackenzie • Grainne • Jubstacheit von Einzbern • Natalia Kaminski • Norikata Emiya • Shirley Fate/EXTRA Main characters: Hakuno Kishinami • Saber • Archer • Caster • Gilgamesh • Rin Tohsaka • Rani VIII • Sakura Matou • BB Secondary characters: Alice • Archer • Assassin • Berserker • Berserker • Caster • Caster • Dan Blackmore • Jinako Carigiri • Julius B.

Harwey • Launcher • Kiara Sessyoin • Lancer • Lancer • Lancer • Run Ru • Leonardo B. Harwey • Meltryllis • Monji Gatou • Passionlip • Rider • Saber • Saver • Shinji Matou • Twice H. Pieceman Minor characters: Amaterasu • Aoko Aozaki Chishiki Mabi • Ikuyo Yuutou • Issei Ryuudou • Kirei Kotomine • Shiki Ryougi • Sialim Eltnam Re-Atlasia • Taiga Fujimura • Touko Aozaki Fate/Apocrypha Black Faction characters: Caules Forvedge Yggdmillennia • Darnic Prestone Yggdmillennia • Fiore Forvedge Yggdmillennia • Gordes Musik Yggdmillennia • Reika Rikudou • Roche Flyn Yggdmillennia • Celenike Icecolle Yggdmillennia • Archer of Black • Assassin of Black • Berserker of Black • Caster of Black • Lancer of Black • Rider of Black • Saber of Black Red Faction characters: Kairi Sisigou • Shirou Kotomine • Rottweil Berzinsky • Jean Rum • Pentel brothers • Feend vor Sembren • Archer of Red • Assassin of Red • Berserker of Red • Caster of Red • Lancer of Red • Rider of Red • Saber of Red Other characters: Sieg • Ruler Minor characters: Aias • Alma Petresia • Alzir • Bram Nuada-Re Sophia-Ri • Fafnir • Hector • Lord El-Melloi II • Reines El-Melloi Archisorte • Rocco Belfeban • Serge • Toole • Touki Sisigou • Trimmau • Victor Frankenstein Fate/Prototype Main characters: Ayaka Sajyou • Saber • Misaya Reiroukan • Lancer • Archer • Rider • Manaka Sajyou Secondary characters: Archer's Master • Assassin • Beast • -Berserker • Caster • Aro Isemi • Hiroki Sajyou • Sancraid Phahn Fate/Prototype: Fragments Manaka Sajyou • Saber • Elza Saijo • Archer • Nigel Saward • Lancer • Shizuri Isemi • Rider • Misaya's father • Caster • Tatsumi Kitano • Berserker • Seiji Jinga • Assassin Fate/Labyrinth Manaka Sajyou • Norma Goodfellow • Saber • Archer • Caster • Assassin • Gray • Lord El-Melloi II • Wolfgang Faustus Fate/strange fake False Masters and Servants: Flat Escardos • False Berserker • Tiné Chelc • False Archer • Wolf • False Lancer • Tsubaki Kuruoka • False Rider • Orlando Reeve • False Caster • Jester Karture • False Assassin True Masters and Servants: Ayaka Sajyou • Player • Saber • Sigma • Watcher • Bazdilot Cordelion • True Archer • Francesca Prelati • True Caster • Haruri Borzak • True Berserker • Faldeus Dioland • True Assassin • Doris Lusendra • True Rider Other characters: Fillia • John Wingard • Vera Levitt • Clan Calatin • Hansa Cervantes • Lord El-Melloi II • Yuukaku Kuruoka • Cashura • Galvarosso Scladio • Rohngall • Neko arc Germain • Master of Archer (Fate/strange Fake) Fate/Grand Order Main characters: Ritsuka Fujimaru • Mash Kyrielight Observer on Timeless Temple characters: Romani Archaman • Leonardo da Vinci • Olga Marie Animusphere • Fou • Sherlock Holmes • Lev Lainur Flauros • Beast II • Goetia Epic of Remnant characters: Baal • Phenex • Zepar • Beast III/R • Ashiya Douman • Raum • Randolph Carter Cosmos in the Lostbelt characters: Goredolf Musik • Jingle Abel Meuniere • Sion Eltnam Sokaris • Captain Nemo • Tamamo Vitch Koyanskaya • Grigori Rasputin • Kirei Kotomine • Priestess of the Alien God • Alien God • Kadoc Zemlupus • Ophelia Phamrsolone • Hinako Akuta • Scandinavia Peperoncino • Kirschtaria Wodime • Beryl Gut • Daybit Sem Void • Senji Muramasa • Chaldean • David Bluebook Other characters: Marisbury Animusphere • Galahad • Characters in Fate/Grand Order Lord El-Melloi II Case Files Main characters: Lord El-Melloi II • Neko arc • Reines El-Melloi Archisorte Recurring characters: Add • Trimmau • Hishiri Adashino • Flat Escardos • Svin Glascheit • Luviagelita Edelfelt • Hishiri Adashino • Melvin Weins • Faker • Doctor Heartless Secondary characters: Flueger • Heine Istari • Jiroubou Seigen Tokitou • Clown • Orlocke Caesarmund • Rosalind Istari • Geryon Ashborn • Touko Aozaki • Inorai Valualeta Atroholm • Byron Valualeta Iselma • Diadra Valualeta Iselma • Estella Valualeta Iselma • Carina • Regina • Maio Brishisan Clynelles • Islo Sebunan • Mick Grazilier • Atrum Galliasta • Caules Forvedge • Yvette L.

Lehrman • Olga Marie Animusphere • Trisha Fellows • Karabo Frampton • Rodin • Leandra • Jean-Mario Supinerra • Bersac Blackmore • Magdalena • Zepia Eltnam Atlasia • Fernando Croze • Sister Ilumia • Corpse King • McDonell Trambellio Elrod • Rufleus Nuada-Re Eulyphis • Asheara Mystras • Calugh Ithred The Adventures of Lord El-Melloi II Main characters: Lord El-Melloi II • Gray • Reines El-Melloi Archisorte • Ergo Secondary characters: Add • Rin Tohsaka • Latio Crudelis Hiram • Tangere • Wuzhiqi • Flat Escardos • Luviagelita Edelfelt Other characters: Shirou Emiya • Mikiya Kokutou • Mana Ryougi Garden of Avalon Agravain • Artoria • Galahad • Gawain • Guinevere • Kay • Lancelot • Merlin • Morgan le Fay • Tristan • Vortigern Fate/kaleid liner Main characters: Illyasviel von Einzbern • Miyu Edelfelt • Chloe von Einzbern • Rin Tohsaka • Luviagelita Edelfelt • Magical Ruby • Magical Sapphire • Secondary characters: Shirou Emiya • Sella (Fate/kaleid) • Leysritt (Fate/kaleid) • Kiritsugu Emiya neko arc Irisviel von Einzbern • Caren Hortensia • Bazett Fraga McRemitz • Tanaka • Beatrice Flowerchild • Angelica • Darius Ainsworth • Erika Ainsworth • Shirou Emiya (Miyu's brother) • Julian Ainsworth • Kischur Zelretch Schweinorg • Lord El-Melloi II neko arc Mimi Katsura • Tatsuko Gakumazawa • Suzuka Kurihara • Nanaki Moriyama • Taiga Fujimura • Shinji Matou • Sakura Matou Fate/Requiem Main characters: Erice Neko arc • Voyager • Karin • Berserker • Koharu F Riedenflaus • Saber • Chitose Manazuru • Lancer • Nzambi • Anubis Secondary characters: Caren Fujimura • Makki • Kuchime • Rurihime Fate/type Redline Main characters: Kanata Akagi • Tsukumo Fujimiya • Saber Secondary characters: Archer • Berserker • Major Magatsu • Kaname • Major Reiter • Assassin • Caster • Rider Fate/Koha-Ace Main characters: Sakura Saber • Kohaku • Akiha • Demon Archer • Artoria • Rider • Oryuu • Caren Kotomine • Lancer • Major Matou • Berserker • Assassin • Caster • Major Reiter • Fuhrer • Lancer Other characters: Saber • Devil Saber • Sun Wukong Others Association Director • Gazamy • Grail-kun • Kischur Zelretch Schweinorg • Magical Amber • Magical Caren • Moby Dick • Nagato Tohsaka • Neco-Arc • Phantas-Moon • Raiga Fujimura • Saber Lion • Typhon • List of characters by statistics Masters Fate/stay night Shirou Emiya • Rin Tohsaka • Illyasviel von Einzbern • Shinji Matou • Souichirou Kuzuki • Caster • Kirei Kotomine • Zouken Matou • Sakura Matou • Atrum Galliasta Ernest Gravehill Fate/hollow ataraxia Bazett Fraga McRemitz • Caren Hortensia • Edelfelt sisters • Master of Assassin • Einzbern Master Fate/Zero Neko arc Emiya • Kirei Kotomine • Tokiomi Tohsaka • Ryuunosuke Uryuu • Waver Velvet • Kariya Matou • Kayneth Neko arc Archibald • Sola-Ui Nuada-Re Sophia-Ri Fate/EXTRA Hakuno Kishinami • Rin Tohsaka • Rani VIII • Leonardo B.

Harwey • Run Ru • Dan Blackmore • Shinji Matou • Alice • Julius B. Harwey • Monji Gatou • Twice H. Pieceman • Jinako Carigiri • Kiara Sessyoin • Meltryllis • BB • Kazuhito Sakagami • Izaya Kii • Leila Raidou • Misao Amari • Atrum Galliasta Fate/Apocrypha Kairi Sisigou • Shirou Kotomine • Rottweil Berzinsky • Jean Rum • Pentel brothers • Feend vor Sembren • Gordes Musik Yggdmillennia • Fiore Forvedge Yggdmillennia • Darnic Prestone Yggdmillennia • Celenike Icecolle Yggdmillennia • Roche Frain Yggdmillennia • Caules Forvedge Yggdmillennia • Reika Rikudou • Sagara Hyouma • Sieg Fate/Prototype Ayaka Sajyou • Misaya Reiroukan • Manaka Sajyou • Sancraid Phahn • Aro Isemi • Elza Saijo • Nigel Saward • Misaya's neko arc • Shizuri Isemi • Seiji Jinga • Tatsumi Kitano Lord El-Melloi II Case Files Doctor Heartless Fate/Labyrinth Manaka Sajyou • Norma Goodfellow • Wolfgang Faustus Fate/strange fake Player • Tiné Chelc • Tsubaki Kuruoka neko arc Orlando Reeve • Jester Karture • Flat Escardos • Wolf • Ayaka Sajyou • Sigma • Faldeus Dioland • Cashura • Francesca • Doris Lusendra • Haruri • Bazdilot Cordelion Fate/Grand Order Ritsuka Fujimaru • Kirschtaria Wodime • Ophelia Phamrsolone • Kadoc Zemlupus • Scandinavia Peperoncino • Hinako Akuta • Beryl Gut • Daybit Sem Void Fate/Requiem Erice Utsumi • Karin • Koharu F Riedenflaus • Chitose Manazuru • Makki • Kuchime • Rurihime • Ahasuerus Fate/type Redline Kanata Akagi • Kaname • Major Magatsu • Major Reiter • Master of Caster • Mysterious Officer • Lanlan Fang Koha-Ace Kohaku • Artoria • Major Matou • Caren Kotomine Fate/kaleid liner Class Card users: Illyasviel von Einzbern • Miyu Edelfelt • Angelica • Beatrice Flowerchild • Julian Ainsworth • Rin Tohsaka • Luviagelita Edelfelt • Shinji Matou Servants Classes Saber • Lancer • Archer • Rider • Caster • Assassin • Berserker Ruler • Avenger • Alter Ego • MoonCancer • Shielder • Beast • Grand Servant ( Grand Caster) • Saver • Gunner • Gatekeeper • Funny Vamp • Faker • Watcher • Non-classed Servants Fate/stay night Saber • Lancer • Archer • Rider • Caster • Assassin • Berserker Archer • Assassin Shielder Neko arc ataraxia Avenger • Saber • Assassin Fate/Zero Saber • Lancer • Archer • Rider • Caster • Assassin • Berserker Fate/EXTRA Playable Servants: Saber • Archer • Caster • Gilgamesh • Saber • Caster • Saber • Ruler Party Servants: Rider • Rider • Ruler • Saber • Rider • Lancer • Archer • Berserker • Caster • Berserker Non-Playable Servants: Saber • Lancer • Lancer • Archer • Rider • Caster • Assassin • Berserker • Berserker • Saver • Rider • Assassin • Lancer • Saber neko arc Lancer • Berserker • Berserker • Armstrong Non-Playable CCC Servants: Saber • Lancer • Caster • Launcher • Neko arc Alter Ego: Passionlip • Meltryllis • Violet • Kingprotea • Kazuradrop Others: Saber Fate/Apocrypha Black Faction: Saber of Black ( Sieg) • Lancer of Black • Archer of Black • Rider of Black • Caster of Black • Assassin of Black • Berserker of Black Red Faction: Saber of Red • Lancer of Red • Archer of Red • Rider of Red • Caster of Red • Assassin of Red • Berserker of Red Others: Ruler • Ruler Discarded designs: David • Musashibou Benkei • Georgios • Sakata Kintoki Fate/Prototype First Tokyo Holy Grail War Servants: Saber • Lancer • Archer • Rider • Caster • Assassin neko arc Berserker Second Tokyo Holy Grail War Servants: Neko arc • Lancer • Archer • Rider • Caster • Assassin • Berserker • Beast Fate/strange fake False Servants: Saber • False Lancer • False Archer • False Rider • False Caster • False Assassin • False Berserker True Servants: True Archer • True Rider • True Caster • True Assassin • True Berserker • Watcher Fate/Grand Order Saber: Astolfo • Altera • Artoria Pendragon • Artoria Pendragon (Alter) • Artoria Pendragon Lily • Barghest • Bedivere • Benienma • Chevalier d'Eon • Diarmuid Ua Duibhne • Dioscuri • Fairy Knight Gawain • Fergus mac Róich • Gaius Julius Caesar • Gilles de Rais • Ibuki-douji • Jason • Lancelot • Miyamoto Musashi • Mordred • Nero Claudius • Nero Bride • Prince of Lanling • Rama • Saitou Hajime • Senji Muramasa • Shiki Ryougi • Siegfried • Sigurd • Suzuka Gozen • Watanabe-no-Tsuna • Yagyuu Munenori Lancer: Artoria Pendragon • Artoria Pendragon (Alter) • Bradamante • Brynhildr • Caenis • Cú Chulainn • Cú Chulainn (Prototype) • Diarmuid Ua Duibhne • Elizabeth Bathory • Enkidu • Ereshkigal • Erice Utsumi • Fairy Knight Lancelot • Fionn mac Cumhaill • Gareth • Hector • Houzouin Inshun • Jaguar Man • Karna • Leonidas • Medusa • Musashibou Benkei • Nezha • Parvati • Percival • Qin Liangyu • Romulus • Romulus-Quirinus • Scáthach • Sakamoto Ryouma • Valkyrie • Vritra Archer: Arash • Arjuna • Baobhan Sith • Atalanta • Billy the Kid • Calamity Jane • Child-Gil neko arc Chiron • Chloe von Einzbern • David • EMIYA • EMIYA Alter • Euryale • Fairy Knight Tristan • Fujino Asagami • Gilgamesh • Ishtar • James Moriarty • Neko arc • Oda Nobukatsu • Oda Nobunaga • Orion(Artemis) • Paris • Neko arc Hood • Sei Shounagon • Super Orion • Tawara Touta • Tomoe Gozen • Tristan • Zenobia Rider: Achilles • Alexander • Artoria Pendragon (Santa Alter) • Astolfo • Bartholomew Roberts • Bonny and Read • Boudica • Captain Nemo • Christopher Columbus • Dobrynya Nikitich • Edward Teach • Europa • Francis Drake • Habetrot • Ivan the Terrible • Leonardo da Vinci • Mandricardo • Marie Antoinette • Medb • Medusa • Ozymandias • Quetzalcoatl • Red Hare • Georgios • Martha • Sakamoto Ryouma • Sakata Kintoki • Taigong Wang • Ushiwakamaru Caster: Anastasia Nikolaevna Romanova • Artoria Avalon • Avicebron • Charles Babbage • Chen Gong • Circe • Cú Chulainn • Geronimo • Gilgamesh • Gilles de Rais • Hans Christian Andersen • Helena Blavatsky • Illyasviel von Einzbern • Irisviel (Dress of Heaven) • Izumo-no-Okuni • Leonardo da Vinci • Medea • Medea Lily • Mephistopheles • Merlin • Merlin (Prototype) • Miss Crane • Murasaki Shikibu • Nitocris • Nursery Rhyme • Queen of Sheba • Scáthach Skadi • Scheherazade • Sieg • Solomon • Tamamo-no-Mae • Thomas Edison • William Shakespeare • Paracelsus von Hohenheim • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart • Xuanzang Sanzang • Zhuge Liang (Lord El-Melloi II) Berserker: Asterios • Atalanta Alter • Beowulf • Caligula • Chacha • Cú Chulainn Alter • Darius III • Eric Bloodaxe • Florence Nightingale • Frankenstein's Monster • Heracles • Hijikata Toshizo • Galatea • Ibaraki-douji • Kijyo Koyo • Kiyohime • Lancelot • Lu Bu • Minamoto-no-Raikou • Morgan • Mysterious Heroine X Alter • Penthesilea • Paul Bunyan • Sakata Kintoki • Salome • Spartacus • Tamamo Cat • Vlad III • Xiang Yu Assassin: Carmilla • Charles-Henri Sanson • Charlotte Corday • Cleopatra • Consort Yu • Dr.

Jekyll • EMIYA • Fuuma Kotarou • Hassan of the Cursed Arm • Hassan of the Hundred Faces • Hassan of Serenity • Jack the Ripper • Jing Ke • Kama • Katō Danzō • Kiichi Hougen • King Hassan • Koyanskaya of Light • Mata Hari • Mochizuki Chiyome • Mysterious Heroine X • Okada Izou • Osakabehime • Phantom of the Opera • Sasaki Kojirou • Semiramis • Shiki Ryougi • Shuten-douji • Stheno • Wu Zetian • Yan Qing Ruler: Amakusa Shirou Tokisada • Amour • Himiko • Jeanne d'Arc • Sherlock Holmes • Qin Shi Huang Avenger: Amakusa Shirou Tokisada • Angra Mainyu • Antonio Salieri • Black Iri • Edmond Dantès • Gorgon • Hessian Lobo • Jeanne Alter • Mysterious Ranmaru X • Space Ishtar • Taira-no-Kagekiyo Alter Ego: Ashiya Douman • Kiara Sessyoin • Kingprotea • Mecha Eli-chan • Neko arc Eli-chan MkII • Meltryllis • Okita Souji Alter • Passionlip • Sitonai MoonCancer: BB • Kiara Sessyoin • Ganesha Foreigner: Abigail Williams • BB Pele • Katsushika Hokusai • Koyanskaya of Darkness • Jacques de Molay • Mysterious Heroine XX • Mysterious Idol X Alter • Van Gogh • Voyager • Yang Guifei Pretender: Hephaestion Mnemosyne • Oberon Beast: Goetia • Tiamat • Kiara Sessyoin • Kama/Mara • Cath Palug • Tamamo Vitch Koyanskaya • U-Olga Marie Fate/Requiem Voyager • Berserker • Saber • Lancer • Caster • Anubis • Unnamed female Servant • Assassin • Avenger • Rider • Hendrik van der Decken • Barbarossa • Circe • Edward Teach • El Cid • Jacques de Molay • Hannibal • Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa • Minamoto Kurou Yoshitsune • Elizabeth Bathory • Mata Hari • Foreigner • Asclepius • Odysseus Fate/type Redline Saber • Archer • Berserker • Assassin • Caster • Rider • Lancer • Fake Lancer Fate/kaleid liner Fifth Holy Grail War Class Cards: Archer ( Gilgamesh) • Assassin neko arc Assassin • Assassin) • Saber • Lancer • Archer • Rider • Caster • Berserker Unknown Holy Grail War Class Cards: Assassin • Berserker • Berserker Koha-Ace Sakura Saber • Musashi • Lancer • Demon Archer • Devil Saber • Rider • Caster • Assassin • Berserker • Sun Wukong • Lancer Others Saber Lion • Faker • Others • Servants of Fate/Grand Order x Himuro's World
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Yep - if anything, huskies are clearly the destroyers of homes, let alone them being quiet - considering they have a really high energy drive which is dangerous for anything nearby without giving them enough outlet (which is a given - they are supposed to be sled dogs after all).

More like stereotypes about the people from northern areas leaking in. Back to top hexashadow13 Those "popular" dog breeds by way of AKC stats: Chihuahua-37 Pembroke Welsh Corgi-11 Pomeranian-24 Shiba-42 Siberian Husky-19 Standard Poodle-5 a. Note that with AKC stats, they classify the 3 types of Poodles as just "Poodles".

Source: akc.org/expert-advice/dog-breeds/most-popular-dog-breeds-of-2021/ Back to top Cutiebunny Those "popular" dog breeds by way of AKC stats: Chihuahua-37 Pembroke Welsh Corgi-11 Pomeranian-24 Shiba-42 Siberian Husky-19 Standard Poodle-5 a. Note that with AKC stats, they classify the 3 types of Poodles as just "Poodles".

Source: akc.org/expert-advice/dog-breeds/most-popular-dog-breeds-of-2021/ Those stats represent the US though, and it's a quite different case with Japan in terms of popularity - unlike the US where the top usually dominated neko arc labs or shepherds ("big dogs for a big house", basically), it's more representable with small breeds due to housing conditions and very small apartments in a high-density urban area - so toy poodles, chihuahua and poms are way higher on the rating of popularity (1, 2 and 6 respectably) - and Shiba is, well, a Japanese branded breed, being on 4th place.

Back to top maximilianjenus The husky being the cool quiet type lets me know that these people have never had a husky. probably it's like the neko arc equivalent of a tsundere, calm and quiet when it does not know you, then it becomes a natural disaster of destruction and enthusiasm as it gets to know you. now that's a character arc. Back to top Asrialys probably it's like the dog equivalent of a tsundere, calm and quiet when neko arc does not know you, then it becomes a natural disaster of destruction and enthusiasm as it gets to know you.

now that's a character arc. Except true huskies are always 100% destructive force, no matter they know you or not. Think comedy exagerrated genki type, something close to Yui from Angel Beats or Haruka from Little Busters. Back to top MFrontier a couple months down the track, i can totally see them going 'hey, remember that april fools joke about Inupara? Well, we're making it into a real game'.

Also as a dog lover, this would have a more immediate appeal to me. I'm meh on the Husky and Chihuahua but the others are top notch. Back to top Display posts from previous: Anime News Network Forum Index -> Site-related -> Talkback All times are GMT - 5 Hours Page 1 of 1 The Strong also inducts Dance Dance Revolution, Sid Meier's Civilization into Hall of Fame ― The Strong — the self-described "national museum of play" in Rochester, New York — announced the 2022 inductees to its Video Game Hall of Fame on Friday.

The inductees include: The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (1998), Ms. Pac-Man (1982), Dance Dance Revolution (1998), and Sid Meier's Civilization (1991). . Natsumi Fujiwara plays Damian, Emiri Katō plays Becky ― The official website for the television anime of Tatsuya Endō's SPY×FAMILY manga announced four more cast members for the show on Saturday.

The Twitter account also revealed a visual for the show's fifth episode. The new cast includes: Natsumi Fujiwara as Damian Desmond Emiri Katō as Becky Blackbell Hana Sato as Emile Elman Haruka Okamura as Ewe. Goblin Slayer's Kōsuke Kurose launches manga on Saturday ― The official Twitter account for Square Enix's Big Gangan magazine revealed on Friday that virtual YouTuber agency hololive's hololive Alternative project is getting a serialized manga titled Holoearth Chronicles Side:E Yamato Kasо̄ Kaiitan (Holoearth Chronicles Side:E Yamato Phantasia) by Kōsuke Kurose ( Goblin Slayer manga) on the Manga UP!

. New visual features 8 trainers who will participate in Pokémon World Championships tournament ― TV Tokyo revealed a new visual on Friday for the Pokémon - Journeys anime. The visual features the eight trainers and their Pokémon who will battle it out in the Pokémon World Championships tournament. The visual notes that the "climax" of the show is about to begin. Pokémon Journeys: The Series premiered . The new season on Netflix clearly has reverence to the tokusatsu series' origins, but also isn't afraid to cut what doesn't service the plot.

― The 2019 Ultraman anime is a funny thing, seeing as it is an easter-egg laden labor of love that is clearly made with reverence for the legendary Ultraman franchise…that also tosses out a lot of the classic elements that have made the series so popular over t. With the Attack on Titan anime finally coming to an end in 2023 (third time's the charm), MrAJCosplay revisits the numerous OVAs released to figure out how each of them neko arc in with the series at large.

― The Final Season of the Attack on Titan anime will finally be coming to an end in 2023 (third time's the charm). While the episodes have been enjoyed widely by fans across the world over the past ni. It's the characters you love in a brand-new way: going on mini-adventures in a chibi art style!

― In case you hadn't noticed, the main story, both in manga and novels, of Kafka Asagiri and Sango Harukawa's Bungo Stray Dogs neko arc really very dark. It has its lighter moments, but everything tends to be in service of a greater, more serious theme, and that can weigh you down as a reader at times. That's wh. With Square-Enix selling off its western studios and IPs, Heidi explores what that means for the game company and where it could be headed from here.

― Hello again! It's another week with… honestly not a lot of gaming news, but what we do have neko arc very much worth digging into. This would normally be the time of year where E3 hype would start building… except that E3 got taken out back behind the barn . Jacki and James are back to discuss the spy shenanigans as Loid tries to get Anya into school. Also Birdie Wing is the sports anime you NEED to watch, as it injects crazy action into.golf?! ― Wait, This is a GOLF Anime?!

Lynzee is taking some time off this week but Jacki and James are back to discuss the spy shenanigans as Loid tries to get Anya into school. Also Birdie Wing is the sports neko arc yo. From the creator of Hatsu*Haru comes a story about a gorgeous salaryman named Yoshida as he yearns for the one woman who has zero idea that he's got a thing for her. ― The characters in this book may look familiar to readers of Shizuki Fujisawa's other series to get an English release (Hatsu*Haru), but otherwise you'd never know that these books came from the same pen.

Where Hatsu*Haru was a heartfel. With friends like these, who needs enemies? Tomodachi Game is this season's edgy survival game, but does it have the chops to stand above a long line of mediocre copycats? ― With friends like these, who needs enemies? Tomodachi Game is this season's edgy survival game, but does it have the chops to stand above a long line of mediocre copycats? This series is streaming on Crunchyroll Disclaimer: The .Contents • 1 Profile • 1.1 Background • 1.2 Personality • 1.3 Appearance • 2 Role • 2.1 Melty Blood Act Cadenza • 2.2 Melty Blood Actress Again • 3 Abilities • 3.1 Neco Neko arc Black G666 • 4 References Profile [ ] Background [ ] Neco-Arc Chaos is a member of the NEKO Spirit race, originating from the Great Cat's Village.

He is even more enigmatic than Neco-Arc, and his connection to her is unknown. Like her, he may possibly be the "work of Kischur Zelretch Schweinorg" as suggested by Aoko Aozaki, or something materialized by TATARI from a "certain urban legend" telling of six Neco-Arcs and a shady being that even exceeds them, Neco-Arc Chaos. [1] Personality [ ] Much like Neco-Arc, he is mostly nonsensical, spouting off non sequitur statements and breaking the fourth wall. When not manic, he acts suave and smokes a cigarette.

Kohaku fears him as a "Monster Cat", and he antagonizes others much like Neco-Arc. Appearance [ ] Neco-Arc Chaos has the same shape and dress as Neco-Arc, and has the coloration and facial pattern of Nrvnqsr Chaos. He describes himself as having a "swollen cookie-like face", and he keeps his eyes closed with the exception of one portrait. Role [ ] Melty Blood Act Cadenza [ ] Neco-Arc Chaos trapped in space Neco-Arc Chaos has two arcade modes.

The first is the same as Neco-Arc, with Neco-Arc Chaos saying all of her lines exactly the same. The ending differs slightly in that he quotes Metamorphosis by Kafka. Marveling over mankind's achievements in allowing him to record the season's anime and inventions like HD DVDs developed for NEETs, Neco-Arc Chaos receives the morning paper from Kohaku in his second arcade mode.

He reads that MCMC's time slot has been bumped because of a baseball game, the eventual death of Nrvnqsr, a wedding congratulations, Jars of Happiness for sale, and an ad for Chaos to contact George Lucas in Hollywood.

Surprised by it, he leaves to become a superstar. He comes upon a field of cats and identifies it as "the party" due to the quivering whiskers of the first one he happens upon. It is identified as the audition hall for the next "CelebriCat", and Neco-Arc Chaos is the 666th entry. Neco-Arc Chaos reveals it as the abandoned factory used by Satsuki and points out the lack of movie neko arc.

The mystery cat reveals them to be the Damien Force that appears upon pressing "Down, Down, then B or C." Calling him the "former Original", they seek to usurp him at the top. Feeling horrified by the "nightmarish food cycle", they prepare to fight until only one is left in accordance with the "Great One's will." As the lone survivor, he makes it to the "luxury liner to Hollywood", the Golden Dome.

As it is just a chair on a torpedo, Kohaku blatantly calls it a Charon's ferry terminal with a "boat (trap) that will make you a star (send you to the stars)." Remembering it was a "read, then die" newspaper he received, she assuages his suspicions by mentioning that Shiki is fooled on a daily basis. He laments that Shiki is neko arc in that he will stray from the path to become "Shiki the Killer" and that only the "main character's denseness" is what allows him to be an existence worth letting live.

As Kohaku urges him to board, he realizes its true nature, causing her to reveal Neco Chaos Black G666. She reveals George's call was a ruse and the Damien rebellion to be her doing to ensure his defeat as the last one. He challenges G666 and wishes he had a new scenario ending graphic. After defeating the robot, he launches into space.

Unable to be rescued because the International Rescue Agency does not have a "Thunderbird #4" and that the movie adaptation was canceled, he is left stranded. Melty Blood Actress Again [ ] Abilities [ ] Neco-Arc Chaos is a being exceeding Neco-Arcs who spontaneously mutates. He fights similarly to Neco-Arc using pokes and brief kicks as melee attacks, but is unique in his ability to use Nrvnqsr Chaos' various familiars and even copies of Nrvnqsr while fighting.

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He can turn his arms and legs into beasts, emit them from his back, and use them in other ways similar to Nrvnqsr. He has a "Space Shot Mode" that turns his dress into a rocket booster. While problematic, it is capable of propelling through the atmosphere into space, and while he can survive in a vacuum, he cannot return on his own.

He can also use it at short range to propel himself horizontally at the opponent with I want to go to Doggy Land (ワンワンランドに行きたい俺 ?). He has a special move that allows him to attack at the speed of light to assault the opponent by travelling seven and a half laps around neko arc world in a second, but his body will begin to disintegrate before then at around three laps.

Many of his neko arc are similar variations of those performed by Neco-Arc, including his Chaos Beam (混沌ビーム ?) and Opuba 666!

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(おぷばっ666! ?) firing a black True Ancestor Beam from his eyes, one shot horizontally and the other shot diagonally into the air while yelling "Opuba!". His Cat Back From The Underworld P (Professor) (黄泉返りキャットP(プロフェッサー) ?) is similar in that he moves underground away from the opponent, but appears with two dummy Nrvnqsrs rather than two other Neko arc and becomes unable to use them as a distraction. The ability Damien Armies (ダミアン・アーミー ?) allows him to spit fully formed deer, crows, and Nrvnqsrs, and copies of himself from his mouth to charge at the opponent.

Each copy of himself is a unique individual that can all be called "him" even if he is the "Original." They are the Damien Force, an Elite Cat Corps, also called the "Dark Chaos Corps", who act in battle. [2] Truly defeating him requires reducing their numbers to just one. Even if he is reduced to the last one on the Earth, he says "leave me with some jellyfish and I will multiply." When fought, Damien Armies is the same as Neco-Arc Chaos, but with four life bars that spawn a new ones as they are defeated.

Unique personalities include: • Neco-Arc Black (ネコアルク・ブラック ?): The "#1 All-American Cat", he wishes to defeat Neco-Arc Chaos and become the supreme Chaos. • Neco-Arc Noir (ネコアルク・ノワール ?): The "favored frontrunner for the Macademy Awards", he wishes to defeat Black and monopolize all cat food.

• Neco-Arc Schwarz (ネコアルク・シュバルツ ?): For who "all of America weeps", he wishes to defeat Noir and receive a Pixar full CG animation. • Neco-Arc Nrvnqsr (ネコアルク・ネロ ?): For who "all America trembles", neko arc wishes to defeat Schwarz.

Nyampsey Roll~! JC His abilities include: • Nrvnqsr Chaos Theater (Bird) (ネッロカオス劇場「とり」 ?) - He spits out fast moving crow familiars, either as a single projectile or a wave of them. • EM Wave Ultimate Technique - Necoesthetics neko arc ?) - He attacks with numerous finger pokes. • Super EM Wave Ultimate Technique - Necoesthetics - Stamp Relay West Japan (超電波奥義ネコエステ・スタンプリレー東日本 ?) - He attacks with numerous paw slaps.

• Six Segment God Chaos (六身分解ゴッドカオス ?) - He splits into six segments, his limbs, torso, and head, and all are propelled at the opponent by rocket boosters.

• Behemoth Burp (ベヒモス・ゲェップ ?) - He emits a mid-range green gas at the opponent. • Elite Chaos Corps Damien Armies☆Beret (エリート混沌部隊ダミアン☆ベレー ?) - He yells and creates long-range, large projections of his head that sprout over the battlefield. Another version emits three Nrvnqsrs that fly at the opponent. • Nyampsey Roll~!

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JC (にゃんぷしーろーる・JC ?) - He spirals towards the opponent in a whirlwind fashion. • Dusk of the Cat (ダスク・オブ・ザ・キャット ?) - Numerous Neco-Arc Chaos and one Neco-Arc rush the opponent.

• Cat's Returning of a Favor (猫の恩返しスーパーカース ?) - Numerous Neco-Arc Chaos, flying Neco-Arc Chaos, Neko arc, 999th Beasts, and one Neco-Arc rush the opponent. • Recall! Kaleidostick Strike (召還!カレイドステッキストライク ?) - He summons a large Kaleidostick to drop on the opponent.

Neco Chaos Black G666 [ ] Neco Chaos Black G666 (ネコカオス・ブラックG666, Neko Kaosu Burakku G666 ?) is a robot designed by Kohaku observing all of Neco-Arc Chaos's fights, even though that was a reluctant action in itself. It is an invincible "Monster Cat Annihilation Weapon" carefully produced to be a perfect copy of him.

It wishes to destroy all Neco-Arcs on the planet and disappear into the sun. As it is "666", immortal, it must be defeated 666 times, but decides that two rounds are enough. After being defeated, it explodes like a "bomb that could blow up the Earth 666 times" that only has enough of an impact to "make a shrimp jump." This is due to using only the gentle energy of the planet, Kohaku having succeeded in developing low-cost man-made magical energy, "Dried Sardinium." G666 moves slowly and has powerful punches and kicks.

It can shoot fireballs from its mouth, form a drill with its hand and charge the opponent, launch the drill-hand, fire itself horizontally with rocket boosters, perform the Six Segment God Chaos move, and shoot Chaos Beams from its eyes.

References [ ] Elite Cat Troops [Technique name] The Neco Arcs summoned by Neco Arc. The GCV's only military unit. It is a self-defense force composed solely of specially chosen Neco Arcs whose overflowing savage nature, excellent physical ability, and unmatched intelligence cannot be controlled.

These chosen few are known as Abaddon's Beret, and are the envy of all the Neco Arcs. Of course, that's completely unrelated to its power as a technique. There is a high degree of randomness involved, so it's really only useful as a provocation.

Probably, this was done in order to faithfully translate the idea that even Neco Arc cannot control the Neco Arcs into game mechanics. Also, recently there have been rumors swirling about a Dark Chaos Corps, but…? Elite Cat Troops [Technique name] The Neco Arcs summoned by Neco Arc. The GCV's only military unit. It is a self-defense force composed solely of specially chosen Neco Arcs whose overflowing savage nature, excellent physical ability, and unmatched intelligence cannot be controlled.

These chosen few are known as Abaddon's Beret, and are the envy of all the Neco Arcs. Of course, that's completely unrelated to its power as a technique. There is a high degree of randomness involved, so neko arc really only useful as a provocation. Probably, this was done in order to faithfully translate the idea that even Neco Arc cannot control the Neco Arcs into game mechanics. Also, neko arc there have been rumors swirling about a Dark Chaos Corps, but…?

Tsukihime characters Main characters Shiki Tohno ( Remake) • Arcueid Brunestud ( Remake) neko arc Ciel ( Remake) • Akiha Tohno ( Remake) • Hisui ( Remake) • Kohaku ( Remake) • Satsuki Yumizuka ( Remake) • Len • Michael Roa Valdamjong ( Remake) Secondary characters Arihiko Inui ( Remake) • Aoko Aozaki neko arc Barthomeloi Lorelei • Crimson Moon • Dr.

Arach • Enhance • Goto Saiki • Gransurg Blackmore ( Remake) • Karius Berlusconi • Kouma Kishima ( Remake) • Mario Gallo Bestino • Neko arc Solomon • Mr. Dawn • Mio Saiki • Neko arc • Nanako • Noel • Nrvnqsr Chaos ( Remake) • Shiki Nanaya • SHIKI Tohno ( Remake) • Vlov Arkhangel • Yuugo Ando Minor characters Akemi Yamase • Akira Seo • Brainwashing-Detective • Caubac Alcatraz • Curry de Marche • Eco-Arc • Forte • Fake Shiki • Hanei Misawa • Ichiko Inui • Keiko Arima • Kiri Nanaya • Magical Amber • Maiko Yamase • Makihisa Tohno • Master Panda • Mecha-Shiki • Neco-Arc ( Remake) • Neco-Arc Bubbles • Neco-Arc Destiny • Neco-Arc Evolution • Phantas-Moon • Sougen Jinan • Souka Tsukihime • Tokie Jinan • Tonami Kugamine • Tsukasa Shijyou Melty Blood characters Miyako Arima ( Remake) • Dust of Osiris • Neko arc • Neco-Arc Chaos • Night of Wallachia • Red Arcueid ( Remake) • Riesbyfe Stridberg • Saber • Shiki Ryougi • Sion Eltnam Atlasia • White Len
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Warship Island Arc The Loguetown Arc is the sixth and final story arc in the East Blue Saga of the manga and animeOne Piece. The Straw Hat Pirates stop at the city of Loguetown, where Gol D. Neko arc was born and executed, to get supplies before heading to the Grand Line.

However, a powerful Neko arc Captain and some old enemies stand in their way. Contents • 1 Summary • 1.1 Luffy's First Bounty • 1.2 New and Old Faces: White Hunter Smoker and Buggy the Clown • 1.3 The Unexpected Rescue: Enter Dragon • 1.4 The Journey Continues: To the Neko arc Line! • 2 Story Impact • 3 Anime and Manga Differences • 4 4Kids Edits • 5 Trivia • 6 References • 7 Arc Navigation • 8 Site Navigation Summary Luffy's First Bounty Luffy glad to receive his first bounty.

The arc starts off with the Neko arc Hats lounging around on the Going Merry's deck when a flyer slips out of the newspaper Nami is reading, showing the 30,000,000 bounty on Monkey D.

Luffy's head. Luffy is more than overjoyed with it, though Nami tells him it will mean more stress for the crew now that people will be after him. Zoro then spots an island, which Nami points out to be Loguetown, the last stop in the East Blue before the Grand Line, as well as the birth and deathplace of the famous pirate, Gold Roger. The crew decides to stop off there to grab supplies. [1] Meanwhile, the bounty poster reaches Luffy's hometown. The villagers are more than happy that Luffy is fulfilling his dream, though the mayor, Woop Slap, who has always been against Luffy becoming a pirate, thinks it is more like destiny than a dream.

Meanwhile, Dracule Mihawk also delivers the poster to Shanks, who celebrates Luffy's coming with a party. [1] New and Old Faces: White Hunter Smoker and Buggy the Clown Back in Loguetown, Zoro, while shopping for new swords to replace the ones Mihawk destroyed, has his first meeting with Tashigi, who, much to Zoro's unease, bears an uncanny resemblance to his old friend, Kuina.

Tashigi helps him pick out new swords, identifying one as Sandai Kitetsu after Zoro chooses it. The shop's owner, Ipponmatsu, refuses to sell the sword to Zoro, pointing out the curse associated with it. Zoro decides to test his luck against the blade's curse, holding out his arm as he throws it in the air. Surprisingly, the blade circles around his arm and lands without cutting it off. Out of respect for Zoro's luck and skill, Ipponmatsu allows him to keep the blade, before also giving him Yubashiri, the family heirloom and the best sword in his shop.

While this is going on, Sanji buys a gigantic fish for the crew; Usopp purchases some more supplies, ammo, and new goggles; and Nami gets a bundle of clothes. Luffy, meanwhile, goes to check the execution stand where Gold Roger was executed. While he climbs and admires the view from the stand, a woman calls out to him, seemingly recognizing Luffy, though he has no idea who she is. When part of the fountain in the town square breaks off and hits her, the debris just slides right off her body.

She reveals herself to be Alvida, the first pirate Luffy came across on his journey. Only now, she has eaten the Sube Sube no Mi, causing her figure to change dramatically. She is not alone either, as another familiar pirate makes himself known: Buggy. Cabaji ambushes Luffy on the platform and puts him in shackles, while Buggy's pirates hold the town square hostage.

Buggy declares that this is Luffy's execution. At the Marine base in town, one of the men reports to his captain about the pirate ongoings in town. It neko arc here we meet Captain Smoker, who has a reputation of never letting a pirate leave his town uncaptured, as he decides to wait for Luffy to be executed before moving in.

The rest of the Straw Hats also get wind of what's going on and split up, with Zoro and Sanji going to rescue Luffy, while Nami and Usopp ready the ship to leave, as Nami has detected a storm approaching the island. The Unexpected Rescue: Enter Dragon Zoro and Sanji reach the execution area and try to fight their way through Buggy's pirates, but it doesn't look like neko arc will make it as Buggy neko arc to bring his sword down on Luffy's head.

With all seeming lost, Luffy smiles and tells his two friends that it looks like the end for him. However, a bolt of lightning hits Buggy's sword at the last second, destroying the platform and freeing Luffy with not a scratch on him as he, Zoro, and Sanji then make for the Neko arc Merry. Smoker, who was watching, seems disturbed that Luffy laughed in the face of death, realizing that it was very similar neko arc Gold Roger before he was executed.

Buggy, his crew, and Alvida, after recovering from the shock, try to make their escape, but are quickly defeated by Smoker and captured by the Marines. Nami and Usopp reach the Going Merry and quickly take down Mohji and his lion Richie, who were trying to burn down the ship. Dragon saves Luffy from Smoker. The other Straw Hats also run into opposition in the form of Tashigi, angry that Neko arc "tricked" her, causing him to stay behind and fight her. Smoker confronts Luffy and Sanji, who are unable to strike him due to his Devil Fruit powers.

However, the two are saved by a mysterious figure, allowing Luffy, Zoro, and Sanji to reach the ship unhindered. Smoker and Tashigi decide to abandon their posts to chase after them. Meanwhile, Buggy and his crew, who managed to escape the Marines during the fighting, decide to also head for the Grand Line to pursue Luffy. The Journey Continues: To the Grand Line! The Straw Hats' ceremony. With the storm guiding them and a lighthouse in sight, the Going Merry is soon nearing its long-awaited destination.

Each of the Straw Hats performs a "ceremony" of sorts by placing their foot on a barrel and vowing their dreams once more, as the ship nears the entrance to the Grand Line. Neko arc Impact • Shanks' past with Mihawk is foreshadowed. • After Luffy defeated Buggy several arcs ago and separated him from his crew, Buggy has reunited with his crew and has also recruited Alvida, who was defeated by Luffy at the start of his journey, though it is not revealed that she is the same person due neko arc the Sube Sube no Mi she had eaten.

• After the scuffle in Loguetown, the Buggy Pirates set off for the Grand Line. • Buggy's past with Roger is foreshadowed, and he becomes a recurring enemy for the Straw Hat Pirates on the Grand Line. • Zoro receives two new swords: Sandai Kitetsu, which is apparently cursed, and Yubashiri, which will later be destroyed at Enies Lobby by Shu and laid to rest on Thriller Bark.

• Smoker is introduced as the first Logia-type Devil Fruit user in the series. • Just as Buggy is about to execute Luffy in the same spot as Roger, Luffy has the same reaction as the Pirate King neko arc he was executed 22 years ago, smiling.

• Seastone is also introduced in this arc, though only as a minor reference, where it is used to capture the Devil Fruit users Buggy and Alvida. It was not until the Arabasta Arc that more details on it would be revealed. • Just as Smoker is about to capture Luffy, he is stopped by a mysterious man named Dragon, and Luffy is allowed to escape to the Grand Line.

Although Dragon's true intentions are not fully understood at this point, it foreshadows Dragon's revolution against the World Government, which is slightly elaborated on further via flashback in the Drum Island Arc and in the Post-Enies Lobby Arc. Luffy's grandfather, Vice Admiral Garp, reveals that Dragon is Luffy's father and the world's most wanted criminal. • Smoker was also able to answer the mystery of why Dragon rescued Luffy at Loguetown during the Marineford Arc after Sengoku reveals Luffy's biological father.

• Smoker is the first Marine officer to leave his command post in order to pursue Luffy.

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He would follow Luffy all the way to Arabasta and even to the New World, where he also assumed command of the G-5 Marine Base in order to keep his target close. • This is the first-time a giant is seen in the series, [2] although it is not shown to be a giant. The race is not revealed until the Little Garden Arc. • During the Dressrosa Arc, it is revealed that Bartolomeo was present in Loguetown to witness Luffy loudly declaring that he will neko arc Pirate King and then saw his rescue by a lightning bolt.

After this event, Bartolomeo becomes an adamant admirer of Luffy and follows every report on the Straw Hats, eventually inspiring him to set sail and become a Super Rookie. After meeting and helping out his idols, he even becomes part of the Straw Hat Grand Fleet. Anime and Manga Differences This arc received a lot of major changes from what is displayed in the manga.

Other than changing around the timeline of events from the manga, it is also the first arc in the anime series to feature full-fledged filler episodes. • Mihawk's encounter with the Red Hair Pirates takes place before the Straw Hats' arrival in Loguetown instead of after their arrival. • Before arriving at Loguetown, there are scenes of the allies and enemies of Luffy and his friends receiving the news of Luffy's bounty, among which are Merry, Kaya, Koby, Morgan, Kuro, and the Baratie.

• The Straw Hats encounter Fullbody on their way to Loguetown, which contradicts a few canon elements from the manga, such as Zoro being able to slice a cannonball (due to his inability to cut steel at the time), and Fullbody having been demoted with the reasons presented that contradict the events of the manga mini-arc Jango's Dance Paradise. • Luffy encounters a bartender who tells him about Gol D. Roger's exploits. • Instead of learning about Luffy when he is about to be executed by Buggy and Alvida, Smoker learns about him earlier, and also fights Luffy earlier at the execution stand, where Luffy manages to accidentally send himself flying into another part of town.

Smoker does not use his Devil Fruit powers during this encounter. • Buggy, Alvida, and Buggy's crew spend more time searching for Luffy during these events. • In the manga, Luffy manages to find his way to the execution platform in one go. In the anime, he gets lost several times. • In the anime, when Zoro meets Tashigi, he accidentally breaks her glasses and has to work at the Marine base for a while to repay her before he neko arc sword shopping.

However, Tashigi ends up having to pay for them herself due to Zoro having to leave the base after knocking out two Marine officers who recognize him and know he is a member of Luffy's crew. • In Episode 50, Usopp and Nami encounter Daddy Masterson, a former high-level Marine turned bounty hunter, who now only hunts low bounty heads. He forces Usopp to duel him when he gets his daughter, Carol, angry.

• In the manga, Sanji merely buys the tuna at a regular stand. In the anime, he finds a large group of people exclaiming over the fish on a beach. The man who caught it (and mans the stand in the manga) gives all of the explanations present in the manga. When Sanji offers to buy the fish, the man refuses, saying that it will be the prize for a cooking contest.

Sanji then joins the contest, competing against his newly-met rival Carmen. [3] • In the anime, during the race back to the Going Merry, Luffy fights Smoker alone and the Marines attack the ship, forcing Nami to pull the Going Merry away from the docks.

neko arc In the manga, during the fight against Smoker, Sanji also fights before Dragon interferes. In the anime, Sanji runs on ahead from the beginning. • Rather than simply making it to the ship as in the manga, in the anime the Going Merry gets washed out to sea with Nami onboard. Luffy then uses his Gomu Gomu no Rocket to throw himself and the rest to neko arc crew to reach it.

4Kids Edits • The filler episode of Usopp's duel against Daddy Masterson is skipped, probably because it has a heavy emphasis on gun play. • Smoker's name is changed to Chaser. Any reference to his smoking is removed as well. His two cigars in his mouth are removed, giving him the appearance of breathing smoke. The cigars on his coat are also removed. • Mihawk visiting Shanks is shortened due to the excessive drinking. Neko arc • This is the first arc to have more anime episodes than manga chapters.

• This, the Reverse Mountain Arc, and the Return to Sabaody Arc, with five chapters each, are the shortest arcs in the manga. References • ↑ 1.0 1.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 11 Chapter 96 and Episode 45.

• ↑ One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 11 Chapter 96 and Episode 45, John Giant is seen. • ↑ One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 11 Chapter 98 (p. 2) and Episode 51. Arc Navigation Loguetown Arc Manga Chapters 96 97 98 99 100 Manga Volumes 11 12 Anime Episodes 45 48 49 50 neko arc 52 53 Specials Loguetown Arc Novel • Episode of East Blue Site Navigation Plot of One Piece Sea of Survival: Super Rookies Saga East Blue: Romance Dawn • Orange Town • Syrup Village • Baratie • Arlong Park • Loguetown Cover Stories: Buggy's Neko arc Adventure Chronicles • Diary of Koby-Meppo Arabasta: Reverse Mountain • Whisky Peak • Little Garden • Drum Island • Arabasta Cover Stories: Jango's Dance Paradise • Hatchan's Sea-Floor Stroll Sky Island: Jaya • Skypiea Cover Stories: Wapol's Omnivorous Hurrah • Ace's Great Blackbeard Search Water 7: Long Ring Long Land • Water 7 • Enies Lobby • Post-Enies Lobby Cover Stories: Gedatsu's Accidental Blue-Sea Life • Miss Goldenweek's "Operation: Meet Baroque Works" • Where They Are Now (Skypiea) • Enel's Great Space Operations Thriller Bark: Thriller Bark Cover Story: Where They Are Now (Water 7) Summit War: Sabaody Archipelago • Amazon Lily • Impel Down • Marineford • Post-War Cover Stories: CP9's Independent Report • Straw Hat's Separation Serial The Final Sea: The New World Saga Fish-Man Island: Return to Sabaody • Fish-Man Island Cover Story: From the Decks of the World Dressrosa: Punk Hazard • Dressrosa Cover Stories: Caribou's Kehihihihi in neko arc New World • Solo Journey of Jinbe, Knight of the Sea Four Emperors: Zou • Whole Cake Island • Levely • Wano Country Cover Stories: From the Decks of the World: The 500,000,000 Man Arc • The Stories of the Self-Proclaimed Straw Hat Grand Fleet • "Gang" Bege's Oh My Family • Germa 66's Ahh.

An Emotionless Excursion Non-Canon Filler Arcs: Warship Island • Post-Arabasta • Goat Island • Ruluka Island • G-8 • Ocean's Dream • Foxy's Return • Ice Hunter • Spa Island • Little East Blue • Z's Ambition • Caesar Retrieval • Silver Neko arc • Marine Rookie • Cidre Guild Movies: One Piece: The Movie • Clockwork Island Adventure • Chopper's Kingdom on the Island of Strange Animals • Dead End Adventure • The Cursed Holy Sword • Baron Omatsuri and the Secret Island • The Giant Mechanical Soldier of Karakuri Castle • Episode of Arabasta: The Desert Princess and the Pirates • Episode of Chopper Plus: Bloom in Winter, Miracle Sakura • One Piece Film: Strong World • One Piece 3D: Straw Hat Chase • One Piece Film: Z • Neko arc Piece Film: Gold • One Piece: Stampede • One Piece Film: Red Specials: Adventure in the Ocean's Navel • Open Upon the Great Sea!

A Father's Huge, HUGE Dream! • Protect! The Last Great Performance • The Detective Memoirs of Chief Straw Hat Luffy • Mugiwara Theater • Episode of Nami • Episode of Luffy • Episode of Merry • 3D2Y • Episode of Sabo • Adventure of Nebulandia • Heart of Gold • Episode of East Blue • Episode of Sky Island Featurettes: Jango's Dance Carnival • Dream Soccer King • Take Aim! The Pirate Baseball King • ONE PIECE 3D! Trap Coaster • The Great Treasure of Tongari Island OVAs: Defeat Him!

The Pirate Ganzack • Romance Dawn Story • One Piece Film Strong World: Episode 0 • Infiltrate!! Thousand Sunny • Neko arc Island • One Piece Film: Gold Episode 0 Other Related Stories Supplementary Stories: Monsters • Chapter 0 • One Piece novel A ( One Piece episode A) • One Piece novel Straw Hat Stories • One Piece novel Law • One Piece novel HEROINES Omake: Luffy Pirates 4-Cell Theatre • Orchestra of the Sea • Report Time • Obahan Time • No Honor Time • Chopper Man • Monster Time • Space Time • Red Hair of Class 3-Sea Time • Märchen Time • Family Time • Ed Sullivan Show • Great Detective Loomes • Circus Time • RPG Time Crossovers: Jump Super Stars • Cross Epoch • One Piece x Toriko Crossover • Episode 492 • Episode 542 • Episode 590 • Shokugeki no Sanji One-Shots: Romance Dawn ( Episode 907) • Special Episode "Luff" • Roronoa Zoro Falls Into the Sea • Vivi's Adventure Events: Kyutai Panic Adventure!

( Kyutai Panic Adventure Returns!) • One Piece Premier Show • One Piece x Kyoto Loguetown Inhabitants: Gol D. Roger ‡ † • Hanger • Ipponmatsu • Ipponume • Sapi • Yu • Packy • Smoker ‡ • Tashigi ‡ • Mashikaku ‡ • Bartolomeo ‡ • Ed ≠ • Raoul ≠ • Daddy Masterson ≠ • Carol ≠ • Eccoli ≠ • Dias ≠ • Minatomo ≠ • Gally ≠ • Carmen ≠ • Leo ≠ • Jose ≠ • Shutai ≠ Locations: Execution Platform • Marine Base • Arms Shop • Robecca Hanberg • Glove Factory • The Fisherman King Uotome • Antique House • Love Love Pirates ≠ • Gold Roger Bar ≠ Abilities Devil Fruit Based: Moku Moku no Mi ‡ Weapon Based: Shigure ‡ • Sandai Kitetsu ‡ • Yubashiri ‡ Related Articles Story Arcs: Romance Dawn Arc • Loguetown Arc • Chapter 0 • Dressrosa Arc Cover Stories: From the Decks of the World Others: Marines • Loguetown Arc (Novel) Marines Marine Officers: Sakazuki • Borsalino • Issho • Ryokugyu • Sengoku • Monkey D.

Garp • Tsuru • John Giant • Comil • Momonga • Onigumo • Doberman • Strawberry • Yamakaji • Giant Squad ( Lacroix • Ronse) • Dalmatian • Stainless • Mozambia • Cancer • Bastille • Smoker • Maynard • Gion • Tokikake • Draw • Sicily • Akehende • Catacombo • Kadar • Hina • Daigin • Yarisugi • Brannew • Kibin • T Bone • Very Good • Shu • Sharinguru • Gorilla • Tashigi • Koby • Nezumi • Ripper • Helmeppo • Glove • Zott • Stalker neko arc Rokkaku • Makko • Isuka • Bogard • Candre • Sentomaru • X Drake Subordinates and Others: Vegapunk neko arc Shine • Mashikaku • Asahija neko arc Fullbody • Jango • Lines • Ukkari • Pike • Bomba • Bakezo • Jero • Gal • Judges • Kyuji • Koda • Fishbonen Non-Canon: Jonathan • Komei • Prodi • Wilder • Blago • Graydle • Balzac • Yukimura • Bilić • Nelson Royale • Moore • Trap • All-Hunt Grount • Pontanitaire • Governor • Shepherd • Hardy • Rapanui Pasqua • Drake • Isoka • Pukau • Akibi • Rongo • Lego • Regis • Hot Wind Marines • Saga • Toma neko arc Bismarck • Boo Kong • Jessica • Shinpachi • Billy • Tom • Marley Brothers • Tajio • Kobato • Mekao • LeMay • Giant Baseball Team • Dojaku • Kansho • Straight • Curve • Marine X • Ant De Bonham • Shimoi Zappa • Pokke • Merlin • Diomis • Duncan • Comb • Glass • Marron • Horo Former Marines Canon: Kong ‡ • Jaguar D.

Saul ‡ • Bell-mère ‡ • Diez Barrels ‡ • Donquixote Rosinante † • Caesar Clown ‡ • Morgan ‡ • Pudding Pudding † • Kuzan ‡ • Vergo ‡ • Attach ‡ Non-Canon: Z ‡ • Shuzo ‡ • Randolph ‡ • Jim † • Daddy Masterson ‡ • Minchey ‡ • Gasparde ‡ • Ryudo † • Ain ‡ • Binz ‡ • Smash ‡ • Isaac ‡ Transportation Ship(s): Marine Ships • Alexandra ≠ • Stan Maley ≠ • Pine Peak ≠ • Salamander ≠ Vehicles: Billower Bike • Ao Chari ‡ Abilities Devil Fruit Based: Magu Magu no Mi • Hito Hito no Mi, Model: Daibutsu • Pika Pika no Mi • Zushi Zushi no Mi • Hie Hie no Mi ‡ • Woshu Woshu no Mi • Moku Moku no Mi • Ori Ori no Mi • Ryu Ryu no Mi, Model: Allosaurus • Beri Beri no Mi • Sabi Sabi no Mi • Shari Shari no Mi • Nagi Nagi no Mi † • Gasu Gasu no Mi ‡ • Nepa Nepa no Mi ≠ • Mono Mono no Mi ≠ • Meta Meta no Mi ≠ • Basu Basu no Mi ≠ • Ame Ame no Mi ≠ ‡ • Mosa Mosa no Mi ≠ ‡ • Modo Modo no Mi ≠ ‡ • Zuma Zuma no Mi ≠ ‡ Fighting Style Based: Haki • Rokushiki • Breath Qigong ≠ Weapon Based: Shigure • Kashu • Yamaoroshi • Nanashaku Jitte • Bamboo • Same-kiri Bocho • Buster Call • Pacifista • Konpira • Eagle Launcher ≠ • Battle Smasher ≠ ‡ • Dyna Stone ≠ Related Articles Marine Bases: Base of Marine Headquarters • Marineford ( Gates of Justice) • G-1 • G-2 • G-3 • G-5 • G-8 ( Navarone Island) ≠ • 8th Branch ≠ • 16th Branch • 77th Branch • 80th Branch • 153rd Branch ( Shells Town) • Loguetown • Karakuri Island • Punk Hazard ‡ • Asuka Island ≠ • Trap Tower ≠ • Hand Island ≠ • Firs Island ≠ • Tongari Island ≠ • Nebulandia ≠ • Promise Land ≠ • G-F ≠ • Jail Island ≠ Groups: Marine Ranks ( Admiral • Vice Admiral • Captain) • SWORD • SSG Events: God Valley Incident • Ohara Incident • Operation Utopia • Summit War of Marineford • Nightmare of Baldimore ( Legend of the Sacred Burning Beast of Baldimore) • Rocky Port Incident • Grand Reboot ≠ Concepts: Justice • Epithet • Bounties • Will of D.

• Buster Call Story Arcs: Romance Dawn Arc • Syrup Village Arc • Baratie Arc • Arlong Park Arc • Loguetown Arc • Warship Island Arc ≠ • Little Garden Arc • Arabasta Arc • Post-Arabasta Arc ≠ • Goat Island Arc ≠ • Ruluka Island Arc ≠ • Jaya Arc • G-8 Arc ≠ • Long Ring Long Land Arc • Water 7 Arc • Enies Lobby Arc • Post-Enies Lobby Arc • Thriller Bark Arc • Sabaody Archipelago Arc • Amazon Lily Arc • Impel Down Arc • Marineford Arc • Chapter 0 • Post-War Arc • Return to Sabaody Arc • Fish-Man Island Arc • Z's Ambition Arc ≠ • Punk Hazard Arc • Dressrosa Arc • Zou Arc • Marine Rookie Arc ≠ • Levely Arc • Wano Country Arc Cover Stories: Diary of Koby-Meppo • Jango's Dance Paradise • Wapol's Omnivorous Hurrah • Ace's Great Blackbeard Search • Miss Goldenweek's "Operation: Meet Baroque Works" • CP9's Independent Report neko arc Straw Hat's Separation Serial • "Gang" Bege's Oh My Family Movies: Dead End Adventure • The Cursed Holy Sword • Episode of Arabasta: The Desert Princess and the Pirates • One Piece Film: Strong World • One Piece 3D: Straw Hat Chase • One Piece Film: Z • One Piece Film: Gold • One Piece: Stampede Other: World Government • Three Great Powers • Seastone • Ox Bell • World Military Draft • Ocean Guide ≠ • Fleet • Sora, Warrior of the Sea ( Sora) World Government Leaders: Im • Five Elders • Kong Founders: Donquixote Family • Nefertari Family World Nobles: Rosward • Shalria • Charlos • Jalmack • Donquixote Mjosgard • Donquixote Homing ‡ • Donquixote Doflamingo ‡ • Donquixote Rosinante ‡ • Camael ≠ Affiliate Nations: Arabasta Kingdom • Sakura Kingdom • Ilisia Kingdom • Sorbet Kingdom • Black Drum Kingdom • Goa Kingdom • Ryugu Kingdom • Dressrosa • Prodence Kingdom • Germa Kingdom ‡ • Lulusia Kingdom • Kano Country • Roshwan Kingdom • Ballywood Kingdom • Tajine Kingdom • Shishano Kingdom • Eigis Kingdom • Whiteland Kingdom • Deul Kingdom • Frauce Kingdom • Samba Kingdom • Bestland Kingdom • South Fire Kingdom • Chaco Kingdom • Jambalaya Kingdom • Gingaball Kingdom • Cameron Kingdom • Nagagutsu Kingdom • Beef Kingdom • Ringo Kingdom Associated Groups: Cipher Pol ( 0 • 5 • 6 • 7 • 9) • Marines • Seven Warlords of the Sea ‡ • Police • Jailer Beasts • Nobles Significant Locations: Gates of Justice • Mary Geoise ( Pangaea Castle) • Enies Lobby † • Guanhao • Impel Down • Marine Headquarters ( Marineford ‡ • New Marineford) • Red Port Government Employees Cipher Pol Agents: Spandam • Funkfreed • Rob Lucci • Hattori • Stussy • Kaku • Maha • Jabra ?

• Blueno ? • Kumadori ? • Fukurou ? • Kalifa ? • Nero ‡ • Spandine ‡ • Laskey ‡ • Who's-Who ‡ • Wanze ?

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• Jerry neko arc Enies Lobby Staff: Baskerville • Watchdog Unit of the Law • Just Eleven Jurymen • Oimo ‡ • Kashii ‡ • Gatherine • Jorge Impel Down Staff: Hannyabal • Magellan • Neko arc • Sadi • Saldeath • Shiryu ‡ • Sukoshiba Kanishitoru • Bazooka Unit • Muchana • Minotaurus • Minorhinoceros • Minokoala • Minozebra • Minochihuahua • Blue Gorillas • Puzzle Scorpions • Manticore • Basilisk • Sphinx • Wolf Unit Other Agents: Corgi Abilities Devil Fruit Based: Doa Doa no Mi • Neko Neko no Mi, Model: Leopard • Zou Zou no Mi • Inu Inu no Mi, Model: Wolf • Ushi Ushi no Mi, Model: Giraffe • Awa Awa no Mi • Doku Doku no Mi • Neko Neko no Mi, Model: Saber Tiger ‡ Fighting Style Based: Rokushiki • Ramen Kenpo • Seimei Kikan • Four Sword Style • Doriki • Haki Weapon Based: Kessui • Raiu ‡ Related Articles Story Arcs: Loguetown Arc • Drum Island Arc • Arabasta Arc • Jaya Arc • Long Ring Long Land Arc • Water 7 Arc • Enies Lobby Arc • Post-Enies Lobby Arc • Thriller Bark Arc • Sabaody Archipelago Arc • Impel Down Arc • Chapter 0 • Post-War Arc • Return to Sabaody Arc • Fish-Man Island Arc • Punk Hazard Arc • Dressrosa Arc • Whole Cake Island Arc • Levely Arc Cover Stories: CP9's Independent Report Neko arc One Piece Film: Gold • One Piece: Stampede Events: Levely • Ohara Incident • Duel at Banaro Island • Summit War of Marineford • God Valley Incident Possessions: Straw Hat • Gomu Gomu no Mi ‡ Others: Bounties • Justice • Empty Throne Buggy Pirates Captain: Buggy Officers: Mohji • Richie • Cabaji • Alvida • Galdino Other Members: Kinoko • Tightrope Walking Funan Bros • Superhuman Domingos • Acrobatic Fuwas Ship(s): Big Top Abilities Devil Fruit Based: Bara Bara no Mi • Sube Sube no Mi • Doru Doru no Mi Fighting Style Based: Carnival Tricks Weapon Based: Buggy Balls Related Articles Story Arcs: Orange Town Arc • Loguetown Arc • Jaya Arc • Impel Down Arc • Marineford Arc • Post-War Arc Cover Stories: Buggy's Crew Adventure Chronicles ( Roronoa Zoro Falls Into the Sea) Specials: 3D2Y Movies: One Piece: Stampede Locations: Orange Town • Loguetown • Karai Bari Island ( Buggy Town) Others: Buggy's Delivery • Buggy and Alvida Alliance ( Alvida Pirates) • Roger Pirates • Captain John • Master Roger Pirates Leadership: Gol D.

Roger † • Silvers Rayleigh Other Members: Scopper Gaban • Crocus • Seagull Guns Nozdon • Sunbell • Taro • Doringo • Petermoo • Millet Pine • Ganryu • CB Gallant • Donquino • Mr. Momora • Moon Isaac Jr. • Neko arc • Rangram • Mugren • MAX Marx • Spencer • Erio • Rowing • Jacksonbanner • Bankuro • Yamon • Blumarine • Shanks • Buggy • Kozuki Oden † • Kozuki Toki ‡ † • Inuarashi ‡ • Nekomamushi ‡ • Douglas Bullet ≠ ‡ Apprentices: Shanks • Buggy Ship(s): Oro Jackson Abilities Devil Fruit Based: Bara Bara no Mi • Toki Toki no Mi ‡ • Gasha Gasha no Mi ≠ ‡ Fighting Style Based: Haki neko arc Oden Two Sword Style • Electro ‡ Weapons Based: Ace • Enma • Ame neko arc Habakiri Support: Voice of All Things Related Articles Locations: Loguetown • God Valley • Skypiea ( Upper Yard) • Lodestar Island • Whole Cake Island • Edd War • Water 7 • Fish-Man Island • Wano Country • Zou • Laugh Tale Story Arcs: Romance Dawn Arc • Orange Town Arc • Loguetown Arc • Reverse Mountain Arc • Drum Island Arc • Skypiea Arc • Water 7 Arc • Post-Enies Lobby Arc • Sabaody Archipelago Arc • Marineford Arc • Chapter 0 ( Episode 0) • Post-War Arc • Return to Sabaody Arc • Fish-Man Island Arc • Zou Arc • Whole Cake Island Arc • Levely Arc • Wano Country Arc Movies: One Piece: Stampede Associated People: Rocks D.

Xebec • Monkey D. Garp • Edward Newgate • Shiki • Tom • Gan Fall • Neptune • Portgas D. Rouge • Neko arc D. Ace • Kozuki Momonosuke • Kozuki Hiyori Associated Groups: Whitebeard Pirates • Red Hair Pirates • Buggy Pirates • Kozuki Family • Tom's Workers • Neptune Family Belongings: One Piece • Straw Hat Others: Pirate King • Will of D.

• Battle of Edd War • God Valley Incident ( Rocks Pirates) Red Hair Pirates Chief: Shanks Officers: Benn Beckman • Lucky Roux • Yasopp • Bonk Punch • Monster • Hongo • Building Snake • Limejuice • Howling Gab Other Members: Rockstar Ships: Red Force Neko arc Fighting Style Based: Haki Weapon Based: Gryphon Related Articles Story Arc(s): Romance Dawn Arc • Loguetown Arc • Jaya Arc • Post-Enies Lobby Arc • Marineford Arc • Post-War Arc • Levely Arc Cover Stories: From the Decks of the World: The 500,000,000 Man Arc Specials: Episode of Luffy • Episode of East Blue Locations: Foosha Village • New World ( Yukiryu Island) Belongings: Gomu Gomu no Mi ‡ • Straw Hat ‡ Others: Four Emperors • Dracule Mihawk • Monkey D.

Luffy • Roger Pirates Seven Warlords of the Sea Former Members: Dracule Mihawk * • Crocodile * • Donquixote Doflamingo * neko arc Bartholomew Kuma * • Gecko Moria * • Boa Hancock * • Jinbe * • Marshall D. Teach * • Trafalgar Law * • Buggy * • Edward Weevil * Affiliated Organizations: Baroque Works • Donquixote Pirates • Thriller Bark Pirates • Kuja Pirates • Sun Pirates • Blackbeard Pirates • Heart Pirates • Buggy's Delivery Ship(s): Hitsugibune • Perfume Yuda • Big Top • Baroque Gustave • Thriller Bark • Snapper Head • Numancia Neko arc • Polar Tang Abilities Devil Fruits: Suna Suna no Mi • Ito Ito no Mi • Yami Yami no Mi • Kage Kage no Mi • Nikyu Nikyu no Mi • Mero Mero no Mi • Ope Ope no Mi • Bara Bara no Mi Fighting Styles: Haki • Fish-Man Karate Weapons: Yoru • Kogatana • Pistols • Salome • Pacifista Modifications • Kikoku • Buggy Balls • Naginata Related Articles Locations: Arabasta Kingdom • Mary Geoise • Jaya ( Mock Town) • Banaro Island • Florian Triangle • Sabaody Archipelago ( Human Auctioning House) • Amazon Lily • Calm Belt ( Impel Down • Marineford) • Kuraigana Island • Fish-Man Island • Punk Hazard • Dressrosa • Karai Bari Island Story Arcs: Baratie Arc • Arlong Park Arc • Loguetown Arc • Whisky Peak Arc • Little Garden Arc • Arabasta Arc • Jaya Arc • Long Ring Long Land Arc • Post-Enies Lobby Arc • Thriller Bark Arc • Sabaody Archipelago Arc • Amazon Lily Arc • Impel Down Arc • Marineford Arc • Post-War Arc • Return to Sabaody Arc • Fish-Man Island Arc • Punk Hazard Arc • Dressrosa Arc • Zou Arc • Levely Arc • Wano Country Arc Cover Stories: Miss Goldenweek's "Operation: Meet Baroque Works" • Straw Hat's Separation Serial Movies: Episode of Arabasta: The Desert Princess and the Pirates • One Piece: Stampede Specials: 3D2Y • Episode of East Blue • Roronoa Zoro Falls Into the Sea Events: Operation Utopia • Duel at Banaro Island • Summit War of Marineford • Rocky Port Incident • Operation SOP Candidates: Portgas D.

Ace • Simon ≠ Others: World Government • Three Great Powers • Pirate • Revolutionary Army • Bakkin • Bounties • Slavery • Will of D. Dawn Island Nobles: Sterry • Sarie Nantokanette • Outlook III • Didit • Sabo ‡ • Ahho Desunen Neko arc • Ahho Zurako Other Residents: Monkey D. Luffy ‡ • Makino • Woop Slap • Gyoru • Chicken • Higuma † • Lord of the Coast • Monkey D.

Garp • Monkey D. Dragon ‡ • Portgas D. Ace ‡ † • Curly Dadan • Dogra • Magra • Minatomo • Bluejam ? • Porchemy † • Pochi ≠ • Naguri ≠ ‡ Visitors: Red Hair Pirates • Jalmack • Revolutionary Army Groups: Red Hair Pirates • Dadan Family • Bluejam Pirates Locations: Goa Kingdom ( Foosha Village • Mt.

Colubo • Midway Forest • Gray Terminal) Abilities Devil Fruit Based: Gomu Gomu no Mi Fighting Styles Based: Haki Related Articles Story Arcs: Romance Dawn Arc • Loguetown Arc • Post-Enies Lobby Arc • Chapter 0 • Post-War Arc • Dressrosa Arc • Wano Country Arc Cover Stories: From the Decks of the World • From the Decks of the World: The 500,000,000 Man Arc Specials: Episode of Luffy • Episode of Sabo • Episode of East Blue Others: Levely
Neutral “ Kuro Neko, be a nice kitty cat.

Get me Ladybug's Miraculous and you'll be free to play forever. ” — Shadow Moth, "Kuro Neko" Kuro Neko is a black Maneki-neko themed sentimonster manifested by Shadow Moth for Rythm from her sadness and grief over losing her kitten in " Kuro Neko". It temporarily goes berserk because of Cat Walker's Cataclysm but gets defeated with Ladybug's de-evilization process. Contents • 1 Appearance • 1.1 Physical appearance • 2 Abilities • 3 Sightings • 3.1 Episodes • 4 Trivia • 5 Gallery Appearance Physical appearance Kuro Neko is a large creature resembling a black cat that takes the form of a Maneki-neko.

It has a black shine resembling ceramic, with dark moderate yellow scelera and green irises, and a white painted nose. Its mouth is white, displaying a set of sharp painted-on teeth when it opens its mouth. It has gold lines going down the form of its body, and gold claws. The creature also has a red cloth collar with a gold bell. It also has a coin slot on its back like a piggy bank. Abilities Kuro Neko possesses great strength, being able to hit and launch Ladybug into a wall.

Kuro Neko also sports a set of sharp claws which it uses to swipe at its enemies. When disgusted, Kuro Neko can puke out a neko arc on the ground as neko arc result. Sightings Episodes Season 4 Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir Theme Song: Absent 1.

" Truth": Absent 14. " Sentibubbler": Absent 2. " Lies": Absent 15. " Glaciator 2": Absent 3. " Gang of Secrets": Absent 16. " Hack-San": Absent 4. " Mr. Pigeon 72": Absent 17. " Rocketear": Absent 5. " Psycomedian": Absent 18. " Wishmaker": Absent 6. " Furious Fu": Absent 19. " Simpleman": Absent 7. " Sole Crusher": Absent 20. " Qilin": Absent 8. " Queen Banana": Absent 21. " Dearest Family": Neko arc 9. " Gabriel Agreste": Absent 22. " Ephemeral": Absent 10.

" Mega Leech": Absent 23. " Kuro Neko": Appears 11. " Guiltrip": Absent 24. " Penalteam": Absent 12. " Crocoduel": Absent 25. " Risk": Absent 13. " Optigami": Absent 26. " Strikeback": Absent Trivia • Kuro Neko, when written as 黒猫, means Black Cat in Japanese. • This is the first Sentimonster who is also based off its Amoktized object: Rythm’s piggy bank. • This is the second Sentimonster to have its Amoktized object inside itself, following Dormant Sentimonster.

• This is the fifth Sentimonster that is based on an animal, following the Butterfly Sentimonster, Banana Boom-Boom, Mega Leech and Optigami. • This is the fourth sentimonster to be Catalysmed, following Reflekdoll, Light Eye and Banana Boom-Boom.

• In contrast to the first two Sentimonsters, however, this was accidental, due to a gust of wind blowing Ladybug and Cat Walker towards Kuro Neko.

Gallery Click here to view the gallery. v • e Characters Miraculous holders and related characters French Miraculous superhero team Marinette Dupain-Cheng/Ladybug • Adrien Agreste/Cat Noir Other Miraculous holders Jessica Keynes/Eagle Miraculous holders with other Miraculouses Ladybug Miraculous Adrien Agreste/Mister Bug • Alya Césaire/Scarabella Cat Miraculous Marinette Dupain-Cheng/Lady Noire • Adrien Agreste/Cat Walker Snake Miraculous Adrien Agreste/Aspik Mouse Miraculous Marinette Dupain-Cheng/Multimouse Unified Miraculous holders Mouse and Fox Miraculous Marinette Dupain-Cheng/Multifox Mouse and Ladybug Miraculous Marinette Dupain-Cheng/Multibug Mouse and Cat Miraculous Neko arc Dupain-Cheng/Multinoir Ladybug and Dragon Miraculous Marinette Dupain-Cheng/Dragon Bug Cat and Snake Miraculous Adrien Agreste/Snake Noir Butterfly and Peacock Miraculous Gabriel Agreste/Shadow Moth Ladybug and Bee Miraculous Marinette Dupain-Cheng/Lady Bee Ladybug and Horse Miraculous Marinette Dupain-Cheng/Pegabug Butterfly, Peacock and Cat Miraculous Gabriel Agreste/Shadow Noir Ladybug, Horse and Rabbit Miraculous Marinette Dupain-Cheng/Pelibug Villains Gabriel Agreste/Hawk Moth Kwamis Barkk • Daizzi • Duusu • Fluff • Kaalki • Liiri • Longg • Mullo • Nooroo • Orikko • Plagg • Pollen • Roaar • Sass • Stompp • Tikki • Trixx • Wayzz • Xuppu • Ziggy Former Miraculous holders Alya Césaire/Rena Rouge/Rena Furtive • Ancient Butterfly Miraculous holder • Ancient Ladybug Miraculous holder • Ancient Chinese Bee Miraculous holder • Ancient Chinese Butterfly Miraculous holder • Ancient Chinese Dragon Miraculous holder neko arc Ancient Chinese Fox Miraculous holder • Ancient Chinese Horse Miraculous holder • Ancient Chinese Monkey Miraculous holder • Ancient Chinese Peacock Miraculous holder • Ancient Chinese Snake Miraculous holder • Neko arc Chinese Turtle Miraculous holder • Ancient Egyptian Miraculous holder • Ancient European Cat Miraculous Holder • Bọ rùa • Cernunnos • Chloé Bourgeois/Queen Bee • Félix Graham de Vanily/Flairmidable • Gabriel Agreste/Shadow Moth neko arc Herakles • Hēi Māo • Hippolyta • Hua Mulan • Ivan Bruel/Minotaurox • Jeanne d'Arc • Juleka Couffaine/Purple Tigress • Kagami Tsurugi/Ryuko • La Coccinelle • La Déesse Coccinelle • La Mariquita • Lê Chiến Kim/King Monkey • Luka Couffaine/Viperion • Marc Anciel/Rooster Bold neko arc Max Kanté/Pegasus • Micazoyolin • Mudangbeolle • Mudekudeku • Mylène Haprèle/Polymouse • Nathalie Sancoeur/Mayura • Nathaniel Kurtzberg/Caprikid • Nino Neko arc • Piáo Chóng • Pied Piper of Hamelin • Rose Lavillant/Pigella • Sabrina Raincomprix/Miss Hound • Sasuke Sarutobi • Sun Wukong • Tentomushi • Tomoe Gozen • Wang Fu/Jade Turtle • Yi Sun-sin • Zoé Lee/Vesperia Future Miraculous holders Alix Kubdel/Bunnyx • Brazilian Miraculous holder • Future Butterfly Miraculous holder • LadyLion • Lady Butterfly Order of the Guardians Su-Han • Monk Others Mage United Heroez Aeon/Uncanny Valley • Agent Blue • Agent Red • Agent Yellow • Barbara Keynes/Knightowl • Camilla Hombee/Victory • Dean Gate/Doorman • Hurricane • Jessica Keynes/Sparrow • Mercury • Olympia Hill/Majestia • Snowflake • Sting • Thorn Villains Main villains Akuma • Gabriel Agreste/Hawk Moth Akumatized villains Anansi • Animaestro • Animan • Antibug • Backwarder • Bakerix • Befana • Bubbler • Captain Hardrock • Cat Blanc • Neko arc • Chameleon • Christmaster neko arc The Collector • Copycat • Darkblade • Dark Cupid • Dark Owl • Despair Bear • Desperada • Destroyer • Ephemeral • Evillustrator • Feast • Frightningale • Frozer • Furious Fu • Gamer • Gigantitan • Glaciator • Gorizilla • Guitar Villain • Heart Hunter • Horrificator • Ikari Gozen • King Cash • Kung Food • Kwamibuster • Lady Wifi • Lies • Magician of Misfortune • Malediktator • Mime • Miracle Queen • Miraclonizer • Miraculer • Obli vio • Oni-Chan • Party Crasher • Penalty (Penalteam) • Pharaoh • Mr.

Pigeon • Pixelator • Prime Queen • Princess Fragrance • Princess Justice • Psycomedian • Puppeteer • Qilin • Queen Banana • Queen Wasp • Reflekta • Rena Rage • Reverser • Riposte • Risk • Robostus • Rocketear • Rogercop • Sandboy • Santa Claws • Sapotis • Shell Shock • Silencer • Simon Says • Simpleman • Sole Crusher • Startrain • Stoneheart • Stormy Weather • Style Queen • Syren • Techlonizer • Truth • Timebreaker • Timetagger • Troublemaker • Vanisher • Verity Queen • Volpina • Weredad • Wishmaker • YanLuoShi • Zombizou Sentimonsters Banana Boom-Boom • Butterfly Sentimonster • Dormant Sentimonster • Gabriel Agreste/The Collector • Guiltrip • Hack-San • Kuro Neko • Ladybug • Lollipop Boy • Light Eye • Mega Leech • Optigami • Reflekdoll • Robostus sentimonster • Sentialec • Sentibubbler • Sentinino/Senticarapace • Strikeback Other villains Cash • Félix Graham de Vanily • Mike Rochip/Techno-Pirate neko arc Nathalie Sancoeur • Lila Rossi • Bob Roth • Solitude Future villains Apkli • Dr.

Sadness • Future Hawk Moth • Ignoblia • Pain and Tears • Monsieur Rat Parisians Teenagers Miss Bustier's class ( Adrien Agreste • Chloé Bourgeois • Ivan Bruel • Alya Césaire • Juleka Couffaine • Marinette Dupain-Cheng • Lê Chiến Kim • Mylène Haprèle • Max Kanté • Alix Kubdel • Nathaniel Kurtzberg • Nino Lahiffe • Rose Lavillant • Sabrina Raincomprix • Lila Rossi) • Ms. Mendeleiev's class ( Marc Anciel • Aurore Beauréal • Mireille Caquet • Jean Duparc • Zoé Lee) • Kagami Tsurugi • Luka Couffaine • Ondine • Théo Barbot • Vivica • Wayhem Children August • Boy • Chris Lahiffe • Ella Césaire • Etta Césaire • Froggy • Manon Chamack • Mrs.

Michelle's son • Quentin • Rythm Adults Adrien's bodyguard • Emilie Agreste • Anne-Jeanne Théoxanne du Bocquale • Arlette • Thomas Astruc • August's mother • Vincent Aza • Mr. Banana • André • André Bourgeois • Audrey Bourgeois • Caline Bustier • Butler Jean • Alec Cataldi • Marlena Césaire • Nora Césaire • Otis Césaire • Nadja Chamack • Sabine Cheng • Chris • Harry Clown • Clara Contard • Anarka Couffaine • Mr.

Damocles • Armand D'Argencourt • Doorman • Gina Dupain • Rolland Dupain • Tom Dupain • Simon Grimault • Fred Haprèle • Fire captain #Hessenpy • Claudie Kanté • Alim Kubdel • Jalil Kubdel • Marianne Lenoir • Maid • Ms. Mendeleiev • Mrs.

Michelle • Jean-Pierre Monlataing • Clara Nightingale • Philippe • Roger Raincomprix • Xavier Ramier • Penny Rolling • Mrs. Rossi • Bob Roth • Didier Roustan • Santa Claus • Sarah • Jagged Stone • Jean Tretiens • Tomoe Tsurugi • Véronique • Vincent • XY • Dino Huggie Animals Edgar • Fang • Minor animals • Whiskers Groups Kitty Section Characters from the past Darkblade (ancestor) Miscellaneous Neko arc • Markov Future characters Lindalee Rose Other characters Teenagers Ali • Chung • Delmar • Neko arc Graham de Vanily • Jiao • Kang Adults Amelie Graham de Vanily • Cash • Chun Cheng • Prince Ali's chaperone • Shu Yin Cheng • Wang Neko arc • Yen Cheng Animals Bastille Prodigious Related Fei Wu/Ladydragon • Wu Shifu • Renlings ( Hou Hou • Ma Ma • Long Long • Hu Hu • She She • Tang Tang • Xiong Xiong • Ying Ying) • Mei Shi Others Akumatized person with helmet • Iron Armor Akumatized Person Non-canon characters Adam/Replay • Breaker • Dany Boon/Gagotor • Fisherman/Silurus • Ghetto Blaster • Howard • Charlotte Basquet/Sculptia • Jørgen• Kenya • Kenya's father/Trash Krakken • Killabee • Librarian neko arc Metal Face D • Public Enemy • Shaolin Soul • Unnamed superheroes • Unused Quantic Kids members ( Gavroche • Kid Mime • Melodie) • Wealthy woman

Neko Arc Says the N word




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