The End of Evangelion Concepts

The End of Evangelion is an anime movie in the Neon Genesis Evangelion Franchise
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AT Field

Nearly impenetrable barrier generated by the Angels and Evangelions.

Angels (Neon Genesis Evangelion)

Beings created by Adam from the white moon during the second impact. It is said that if they ever have contact with Adam or Lilith it will cause the Third Impact.

Bad Ass Fight Scene

A fight scene or epic battle that stands above the norm of what the series offers and goes down in history as one of the best combat encounters in the series. The perfect combination of epicness and animation.

Clone

A Clone is a biological copy of any organic creature. A Clone is mostly created through science and is sometimes abused to an extent.

EVA

The humanoid mechs that combat the Angels and keep them from getting to lilith so they dont use her to destory mankind

End of the World

The extinction of all life on Earth or the destruction of Earth itself. Also known as; Armageddon, Ragnarok, and the Apocalypse.

Human Instrumentality Project

The gathering of all Lilin’s souls into Lilith’s egg, which results in the creation of a single perfect being.

Mass Production Evangelions

Mass Production Evangelions by Seele for the Third Impact.

NERV

NERV is an organization under command of the UN to defeat the Angels and prevent the Third Impact. They created the Evangelions.

Personal Hell Traincar

A train wagon that symbolizes a character’s personal hell

Post-Apocalypse

The world after the Big One (nuclear war, intergalactic invasion, super disease). Life sucks after the Apocalypse.

Technobabble

Short for "technical babbling," technobabble is the near-indecipherable use of technical jargon to describe or explain an event or concept that is seemingly designed to leave the viewer with no clear understanding or description of said event or concept.

Third Impact

An event that occurs during the second half of The End of Evangelion. It will usher in a new stage of evolution and existence as predicted by the dead sea scrolls.

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