Archive for July 25, 2012

The next Chapter of Carefully Tamed Chaos. In this chapter I introduce Baron Tewkebury, the Prince and the Grand Admiral. I really like the characters, and I hope that you will too.

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Back again with another Afterword. I’ve been following the second season of this show religiously for a few weeks now and that gave me the push I needed to go rewatch the first season (this time in blu-ray!). When Horizon S1 initially aired, I followed the show, but it didn’t seem to hook me. There was tons of world building, but the show lacked something. Looking back now, I can say perhaps it was not missing something, but rather I was the one missing the understanding needed to enjoy such a well crafted show.

The wiki thing:

In the far future, humans abandon a devastated Earth and traveled to outer space. However, due to unknown phenomenon that prevents them from traveling into space, humanity returns to Earth only to find it inhospitable except for Japan. To accommodate the entire human population, pocket dimensions are created around Japan to house in the populace. In order to find a way to return to outer space, the humans began reenacting human history according to the Holy Book Testament. But in the year 1413 of the Testament Era, the nations of the pocket dimensions invade and conquer Japan, dividing the territory into feudal fiefdoms and forcing the original inhabitants of Japan to leave. It is now the year 1648 of the Testament Era, the refugees of Japan now live in the city ship Musashi, where it constantly travels around Japan while being watched by the Testament Union, the authority that runs the re-enactment of history. However, rumors of an apocalypse and war begins to spread when the Testament stops revealing what happens next after 1648. Taking advantage of this situation, Tori Aoi, head of Musashi Ariadust Academy’s Supreme Federation and President of the student council, leads his classmates to use this opportunity to regain their homeland.

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I am unworthy.

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