Ginga Headcanons

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Re: Ginga Headcanons

Post by Kaiken » Fri Mar 08, 2019 12:04 pm

Tora wrote:
Fri Mar 08, 2019 1:21 am
Having a headcanon on SSY:

The wild pack that Fubuki led in beginning:
Habu was their leader, but didn't knew about his subordinates attacking a baby human before a wounded Fubuki came (after being blamed for that baby's death). Then Fubuki became the leader and met a white akita in the mountain, and had Yamato. She died from disease, which is why Yamato strayed away and helped Ryô, and also that the old Habu had decided to leave and find a place to die. When Fubuki was going to get his son back, he only had 9 dogs of the pack with him, who were all shot to death before Fubuki finally was killed. Remaining was White Wolf and in honour of the Leader Fubuki, he made not a pack, but an army of more or less only white dogs. Specially after Black Satan joined after his owner's death. Some dogs joined him and became the Black army. After Black Satan's and the Black Army's deaths, they weren't seen for 3 years.
That's some really interesting story! A good Headcannon! :D
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Re: Ginga Headcanons

Post by Raki » Tue Mar 12, 2019 9:52 am

Maxime's secretly in love with Gin and Victor can't handle it. He hated Gin for that.

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Re: Ginga Headcanons

Post by Friidu » Fri Mar 15, 2019 6:06 pm

- Whole Orion and The Last Wars sagas are just nightmares of the Star Siblings and TFW is reality.

- I just finished reading Orion 29 and started wondering about Unsai's flashbacks about Cross. It's revealed that Cross and Unsai met after Cross got injured by battling Akakabuto and her owner cowardly running away. So Unsai definately isn't father of Cross' first litter. So I wonder since dogs in Ginga saga are smart as humans but pets and hunting dogs are breeded by humans anyway.

So what if the reason that Cross doesn't want to talk or any other mentioning about her first litter is not because she misses them but because she was raped by their father (hunting dog who didn't toke Cross' no for answer) and mostly just saw their monstreous father in them?

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Re: Ginga Headcanons

Post by Shining Sirius » Fri Mar 15, 2019 9:21 pm

Some more from my apparently extensive list of headcanons:
  • Bull/Buru (from Lonely Ron) has PTSD.
  • Billy (Zion's father) is a wolfdog.
  • Masamune would’ve grown up to be a warrior much like Bemu – whilst being insecure about his facial scarring on the surface, would’ve been a family-oriented ninja dog hospitable to those with good manners… if he hadn’t been mistreated by Terumune.
  • Sirius died of a broken heart and not the injuries caused by Monsoon.
  • Ron and Bull/Buru (both from Lonely Ron) are lovers.
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Re: Ginga Headcanons

Post by Hyzenthlay Rose » Sat Mar 16, 2019 6:43 am

I've posted this in other topics but since it's a headcanon I'm gonna repeat it here:

The First Wars takes place in an alternate universe where all four siblings grow up happy together and all four of them eventually rule Ohu together as a team.
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