|Kenshin the rebel
||[Jul. 20th, 2007|12:21 pm]
The Wanderer's Road
OK, I'll get the ball rolling here...
I was reading on Nobukaze that during the 1870s, the Meiji police forced men to cut their hair and give up their hakama in addition to enforcing the sword ban.
Of course we know Kenshin kept his sword, hakama and long hair well into the decade. To be honest, I just can't see Kenshin donning Western clothes. So is our Rurouni a bit of a rebel? Was he making a political statement by refusing to conform?
I don't know , but given kenshin 's personality, he could be strabbon (speling?)as mule.and as my signature in another forum said :"oro~~it's not pink, it's magenta de gozarou yo !!"
Ha ha! I remember that sig. It was from RK Dreams, right? Shame that board's gone.
Hiko called Kenshin a mule as well. I guess if the sandal fits... ;-)
I don't think the rk dreams forum is gone , I just don't have time for that forum right now, I might be back some time in the future though.Anyway , I don't made up that phase , I only taken inspiration from some fanfic in ff.net
why did kenshin's life suck so bad XP
Because he left Hiko before his training was complete.
2007-07-25 03:01 pm (UTC)
Re: kenshin's life
what about the disease he got?AND all the other stuff!?!?!
Well, that's just in Seisouhen...
In that version of events, Kenshin continues to feel the need to atone even after passing on the Sakabatou to Yahiko, so he ditches Kaoru and Kenji and leaves to wander for extended periods. Kaoru grows depressed, Kenji grows resentful and they die at the end.
It's really a very stupid OVA because Watsuki wrote the story to have a happy ending. Sony Studios thought they could do better.