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what is the meaning of BASARA btw??

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2:02 pm, Mar 13 2012
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as the tittle says it..

This world is a comedy to those that think, a tragedy to those that feel.


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2:15 pm, Mar 13 2012
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Hm I don't read the manga, but there was a game I played which title is Basara. It translated to 'Demon King'.

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2:24 pm, Mar 13 2012
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Basara was a "cultural feeling" of extravagance and exoticism that characterized the Muromachi period (1336-1573) in opposition to the failed Kenmu restoration (which tried to restore a civilian government) and to the classical values. It was centered about Kyoto and warrior class (since Kyoto was the capital of the shogunate at that time).
That's what I know, I don't know if there is another meaning of the word more suited to this manga.

Edit: I just realized it's basically written in the series summary: "Basara - The spirit of freedom which denies old authority, transcending traditions and customs." roll eyes

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8:01 pm, Mar 14 2012
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The meaning was written as a foreword on the first chapter.

"Basara - The spirit of freedom which denies old authority, transcending traditions and customs"

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