Eureka Seven: Astral Ocean Concepts

Eureka Seven: Astral Ocean is an anime series in the Eureka Seven franchise
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Adopted

Raised by parents who aren't related to you.

Aliens

Beings from another planet.

Antagonist

The main opposing force of a story. Normally the antagonist is a villain but other forms of fiction may have them as heroes or indifferent characters.

Blood Bath

A massacre

Child Abuse

Child Abuse is the act of an adult striking or causing harm to a child. Not necessarily physical, but emotional abuse as well.There are also adults who sexually abuse kids called Pedophilia.

Childhood Friend

The character has known the protagonist for a long time, typically all his/her life. If he/she's from the opposite gender there's a high chance he/she has a crush on the main character.

Drama

Drama is a concept used in story telling to invoke an emotional reaction from the audience by using serious themes; such as tragedy, suspense, and death.

Fan Service

Fan Service is often a sexually provocative moment or pose that takes place in manga and anime. It usually has no real purpose to a story, and serves as a lurid visual.

Father

Fatherhood as a concept. A man who has conceived or raised a child.

Flashback

Used frequently in Anime to either recap past events or provide a back story for a character, either their origin story or their off-screen training of new attack. Sometime and entire episode/chapter would be a entire flashback.

Foreign Influences

Sometimes one culture borrows styles from another.

Generation Bleu

Generation Bleu is a a private organization made of of separate teams that have LFO pilots to destroy the Secrets and protect humanity from the Scrub Coral.

Humans

Humans are typically depicted as the dominant species of the planet Earth, and sometimes of other planets. Humans often mirror their real life counterparts in terms of abilities and intellect, while other times they can achieve superhuman feats.

Japanese Honorifics

Japanese Honorifics are best described as a sign of respect and endearment. Politeness is an important part of Japanese culture and language.

Japanese Writing

Japanese Writing is the writing system of the Japanese language in the form of syllabaries. It consists of Kanji, hiragana, katakana, and romaji.

Mech

Generally refers to a large, usually humanoid weapon-type robot, usually piloted from within.

Military

The force of defense and offense of a nation. Are mostly equiped with the best weapons that the nation can provide.

Monster of the Day

A concept seen in Magical Girl and Tokatsu series where a hero or heroine faces a different monster sent after them each day.

Mother

A woman who has given birth to or raised a child.

Murder

The act of taking another person's life.

Musician

A musician is a person who creates and/or plays music.

Nurses

A Nurse is a regular hospital worker and Doctor's assistant. Assisting in the day to day care of patients, they can be male or female.

Pets

Something that serves as a pet or behaves in the manner of one.

Police

The Police are a form of law enforcement officers that work on the local levels. Uniforms are normally in either blue or black.

Protagonist

The main character of a story or plot. Most forms of fiction have the protagonist as a hero but there are rare occasions with an evil or not-so-noble protagonist.

Secrets

Secrets are the creatures connected to the Scrub Coral.

Seinen

Traditionally aimed at an older audience than shounen, seinen manga are typically much more realistic and mature than their shounen counterparts, but also tend to contain more explicit material.

Sisters

Female members of a family that share the same parents.

Transformation

The Idea of a character transforming into a animal, monster, creature, demon, or other types of creatures.

Unreal Hair/Eye Color

A popular design choice for characters in anime is to give them natural hair and/or eye colors that do not occur in real nature.

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