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Alright just something that I've been thinking about. Who do you think this lord Hiruko is? As it seems so far he is dead and needs a vessel to "speak" but who was he before? Kinda wondering this a bit.
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A young boy whom Ryoko refers to as the Lord of Atlas, the highest authority in the city. He is partially covered in what look like bandages, with a strange glow in his left eye. Hiruko resides in his throne room deep below Atlas, with eerie-looking eyes decorating the walls. He appears to be immortal, however his method of attaining it comes at a price: the body he uses often breaks down after a short while, requiring the use of new vessels to maintain his spirit before it dissipates permanently. The unwilling vessel is pushed into a pool, and floating talismans partially cover the body. After a while, the memories and personality of the original body will be destroyed, and Hiruko's spirit will take the place of the vessel, changing the body's appearance to his original self. According to Ryoko, Hiruko made a prediction twelve generations ago, that the Sun and Moon (Kuniko and Mikuni) will meet, and as the children of God, the pair will bring harmony to the world. While predicting the prophecy, he often goes into hysterical fits.
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Posted 6/8/09
thanks n.n
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Posted 6/11/09
Way to use wikipedia XD he's so creepy though
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Posted 6/13/09
yeah he is really creepy! Always screaming!!!
Posted 6/16/09
Why does he always scream??
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Posted 6/26/09 , edited 6/26/09
i think that the scene where they change his body spoils the whole series and makes it creepier than a thriller
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Posted 7/26/09
now form episode 16 lord hiruko starts apearing his character and i think thats coll of the script wrighter now we will begin to now him better
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seercoven wrote:

A young boy whom Ryoko refers to as the Lord of Atlas, the highest authority in the city. He is partially covered in what look like bandages, with a strange glow in his left eye. Hiruko resides in his throne room deep below Atlas, with eerie-looking eyes decorating the walls. He appears to be immortal, however his method of attaining it comes at a price: the body he uses often breaks down after a short while, requiring the use of new vessels to maintain his spirit before it dissipates permanently. The unwilling vessel is pushed into a pool, and floating talismans partially cover the body. After a while, the memories and personality of the original body will be destroyed, and Hiruko's spirit will take the place of the vessel, changing the body's appearance to his original self. According to Ryoko, Hiruko made a prediction twelve generations ago, that the Sun and Moon (Kuniko and Mikuni) will meet, and as the children of God, the pair will bring harmony to the world. While predicting the prophecy, he often goes into hysterical fits.



yeah thas good saiing that but u forgot that hes protecting atles from the forest(thats what it said in ep 16
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A young boy whom Ryoko refers to as the Lord of Atlas, the highest authority in the city. He is partially covered in what look like bandages, with a strange glow in his left eye. Hiruko resides in his throne room deep below Atlas, with eerie-looking eyes decorating the walls. He appears to be immortal, however his method of attaining it comes at a price: the body he uses often breaks down after a short while, requiring the use of new vessels to maintain his spirit before it dissipates permanently. The unwilling vessel is pushed into a pool, and floating talismans partially cover the body. After a while, the memories and personality of the original body will be destroyed, and Hiruko's spirit will take the place of the vessel, changing the body's appearance to his original self. According to Ryoko, Hiruko made a prediction twelve generations ago, that the Sun and Moon (Kuniko and Mikuni) will meet, and as the children of God, the pair will bring harmony to the world. While predicting the prophecy, he often goes into hysterical fits.
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StrawberryMarshmallow01 wrote:

A young boy whom Ryoko refers to as the Lord of Atlas, the highest authority in the city. He is partially covered in what look like bandages, with a strange glow in his left eye. Hiruko resides in his throne room deep below Atlas, with eerie-looking eyes decorating the walls. He appears to be immortal, however his method of attaining it comes at a price: the body he uses often breaks down after a short while, requiring the use of new vessels to maintain his spirit before it dissipates permanently. The unwilling vessel is pushed into a pool, and floating talismans partially cover the body. After a while, the memories and personality of the original body will be destroyed, and Hiruko's spirit will take the place of the vessel, changing the body's appearance to his original self. According to Ryoko, Hiruko made a prediction twelve generations ago, that the Sun and Moon (Kuniko and Mikuni) will meet, and as the children of God, the pair will bring harmony to the world. While predicting the prophecy, he often goes into hysterical fits.


Did you get this from wikipedia or someone?
Posted 8/17/09
That guy really creeps me out... He's creepy looking and he's always screaming.
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Posted 8/18/09
*shudders* Creepy, possessed, demon child! God, he freaks me out everytime I see him let alone when he screams. *thinks about him again. shudders again. Thinks more. Screams and locks herself in her room*
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seercoven wrote:

A young boy whom Ryoko refers to as the Lord of Atlas, the highest authority in the city. He is partially covered in what look like bandages, with a strange glow in his left eye. Hiruko resides in his throne room deep below Atlas, with eerie-looking eyes decorating the walls. He appears to be immortal, however his method of attaining it comes at a price: the body he uses often breaks down after a short while, requiring the use of new vessels to maintain his spirit before it dissipates permanently. The unwilling vessel is pushed into a pool, and floating talismans partially cover the body. After a while, the memories and personality of the original body will be destroyed, and Hiruko's spirit will take the place of the vessel, changing the body's appearance to his original self. According to Ryoko, Hiruko made a prediction twelve generations ago, that the Sun and Moon (Kuniko and Mikuni) will meet, and as the children of God, the pair will bring harmony to the world. While predicting the prophecy, he often goes into hysterical fits.


nice one and thanks though i think that ryoko said that hiruko is just a plaything of tarsian XD whatever. haha
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