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Kino is apparently a terrible cook. When the doctor in volume 7 says that the cooking was delicious, Kino is visibly surprised, remarking that that was the only time someone said that with a straight face, and the only characters we see enjoy it had been starving for weeks.
In "Country of Liars", Kino is greeted by a man waiting for his lover, who left on a journey and had yet to return. Kino learns later that the man was driven mad with grief when he unwittingly killed her during a revolution he took part in. Both are content to leave things as they are. Subverted and lampshaded in episode nine of the anime.
A young bandit being trained by an elder one is on the look out for easy targets. He first sees Shizu with Ti And Riku. The Elder wisely disagrees and even more wisely tells him to leave them alone.
The Elder again wisely disagrees. Played straight when it turns out the reason the elder is so wise in picking targets is years ago when he was younger he tried to rob Master and her apprentice.
Ti after being taken in by Shizu and Riku. Photo, so much so that even during her time as a mistreated slave, she never hated her home country who sold her out in the first placeor even the the merchant family full of assholes who constantly beat her just for breathing the same air as them.
No Party Like a Donner Party: In the second episode, Kino meets a trio of starving merchants who had been snowed in all winter and had eaten their cargo early on to survive.
Only, they were slavers, and their cargo was people destined for the slave market. Two countries that are at "war" formed a truce so that instead of fighting each other, they make a sport of slaughtering the civilian population of a third country.
The victims in turn "fight back", by capturing clueless travelers and brutally killing them, invoking very similar arguments as the other two did. Kino holds a reserved demeanor throughout, and though she remains open and pleasant, she keeps a guarded calmness throughout.
This peels away in some rare moments. After learning that the whole reason for the peace in this land was violently killing the native population to maintain peace of mind, she departs, but not before questioning such violent ideas.
After driving them off, Kino looks considerably shaken before leaving with Hermes. Even more frustrating for Kino, Hermes remembers everything as the drug used only works on humans but promised not to say anything about it. Kino, Shizu and Master. Kino singlehandedly kills an entire band of war veterans and mercenaries in a few chapters, but Master is even more impressive as she takes out hundreds of people all in one chapter.
Meanwhile, Shizu slashes away at 22 bandits armed with rifles in just one afternoon. Only a Flesh Wound: Injuries inflicted by persuaders are serious.
Well, Parental Attempted Murder, at any rate. Shizu to Ti, after he takes her in. Shizu, in the Coliseum episodes, deflects bullets with his sword. When Hermes says embarrassing things, or just acts like a total jerkKino usually shuts him up like this.
In the Land of Heroes, while fighting 7 veterans, Kino does this with a sniper rifle. The end results are a man losing several limbs and another having half of his head blown off. Elevates this trope to an artform. Due to her androgynous appearance, Kino is sometimes subjected to this, sometimes letting it pass uncorrected.
In a chapter adapted to the second anime, it was shown that one of his belongings is a briefcase containing persuader accessories and tools for assassination. She sits with the man for a while, and learns that he had killed her husband several years ago accidentally while robbing his store, and had been reformed and set free by their justice system, on the condition that he make it up to the woman by mutual agreement.
They part, and later Kino is riding through the woods when she hears a gunshotRewrite premiered as the No. 1 game sold on ashio-midori.com, a major redistributor of visual novel and domestic anime products, during the month of its release, and at No.
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