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is the movie in an alternate timeline

Post by gmottl » Wed Nov 19, 2008 1:27 am

i've seen the movies for fais, blade, kabuto and den-o and ecxept for den-o they take place in an alternate timeline, basicly something happened the shouldn't have. is the seven fighting demons like this or is it tied directly into the series like den-o. i'm about the star hibiki and i only got to episode 4 the last time, quit because i hade way too many things going on at the time. someone once told me that if i watched the kabuto movie before the series it makes more sense, which i do every time i rewatch it but i also watch the other alternate timeline movies before the series because it's not the way it really ends. if it's the same i will download and watch it now, if not i will wait to the right time in the show. i couldn't get into hibiki the first time but i also couldn't get into blade thinking it was like a really bad horror flick some teens made with their camcorder but now i find it awsome. can someone please answer my question.
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Re: is the movie in an alternate timeline

Post by takenoko » Wed Nov 19, 2008 1:50 am

I think people should always watch movies around episode 30 which is around when it's in theaters

Hibiki... probably an alternate universe

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Re: is the movie in an alternate timeline

Post by Kogashi » Wed Nov 19, 2008 11:24 am

Nah see, they suggest that the Hibiki movie is just that, a movie.

I say this because a little after it's release, in the show when Hibiki is helping in the sweet shop he says to the customers he's serving "Hey, did you see that new movie? It has these seven cool guys and-" or something along those lines.
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Re: is the movie in an alternate timeline

Post by Deka_Hero » Wed Nov 19, 2008 12:50 pm

It is, Hibiki first get's the Armed Saber and his Soukou Form in a different way than in the series.

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Re: is the movie in an alternate timeline

Post by AeonRanger » Mon Dec 22, 2008 1:44 pm

actually if any of you have watched the movie you'll know that it's set in the edo era of japanese history. That's also a reason for calling it The 7 War Oni because the edo era was where all the regions raged war against one another plus they've always done the super form for the movie first and then they do it differently to the series so it doesn't conflict with one another. I think Den-Os the only KR movie that breaks tradition
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