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There is one thing that I donĀ“t understand:

Why the characters that inhabit the Eastern Star were contemporaries in real world, and its aspects and personalities resemble a free interpretation of the facts, while Western Star may be 1500 years distant in time, have totally anachronistic aspects or even change sex?

The other big question is: Why Eastern Star is only Japan, while in the West is, like a blender, all the fucking Europe and beyond (in the episode 2 I saw even a moor)

I think before do free interpretations of history, it should learn a little about history and maintain consistency. I think this series would be one of the best of the season if the characters have different names
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because the animators know japanese history very well, and so do their audiences.

they do not know western history well and their audiences don't care.
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Same reason why American and European fiction depicts every Asian country to be filled with samurai and ninjas.



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