The Seven Samurai – The Tragedy Of The Seven Samurai
Directed by Takashi Miike, The Seven Samurai is based on the book The Seven Samurai by Mitsubishi Ueshiba. The book depicts the life of the legendary warrior who is said to have been a son of an affluent family in Kyoto. He was trained by the wise mentor Takeda Sokaku, but was abandoned in his quest to become a samurai and kill samurai warriors. Years later, he was found and trained by the great warrior Yoruichi Shihoin.
Eventually, the son was knighted and became a samurai. The village where he grew up was destroyed in a battle. The boy was too young to survive. It was then that he took up the sword and fought in the wars. One of his friends was able to survive an attack, but he was left seriously injured.
In the story, The Seven Samurai, the son of the first samurai warriors is seen as a boy who is very weak, but strong in spirit. He is very confused about his true destiny. Eventually, the seven warriors are formed into teams and sent on different quests, which take them to different castles and lands where they fight against the evil. They fight the evil dragon known as Dragon Tatsu. The Seven Samurai has also spawned a franchise of movies and TV specials.
The Bakugan Era – Vintage Style
The movie takes us back in time to a period known as the Bakugan era. This is a time where the Earth and its environment were not as powerful as they are now and many things had to be forged using powerful metals such as iron, brass, and bronze. This included the swords and weapons created by master blacksmiths. The metal that was used for the blades in this period is what the Seven Samurai is made from. The blade itself takes many forms throughout the film, and the reason why the movie is called The Seven Samurai is because there are seven known blades.
The strongest of these blades is known as Kogryuumon, which means “potato sword”. It is said that this particular sword can cut through anything or anybody, depending on how it is made. It is also powerful enough to cleave a whole mountain.
Another known blade is the Yoruichi Shihoin, which is also known as the “God’s own sword”. It is said that this blade is capable of breaking through the hardest metal known to man, steel. The Master of Danzas is a man who uses two swords, known as Tetsubin and Kohaku, to do the jobs that they are given. It is said that these two swords were made by a single master blacksmith who studied the way of the swords.
Diamond Sword Featured
The third of the known swords, known as the Muromachi, is also called the Diamond Sword. This sword has a unique feature among other Japanese swords. This sword is much longer than all of the other swords and is said to be twice as long as a normal samurai sword. Also, it is a lot heavier.
The master of Danzeis was a warrior-king, and he was responsible for creating the seven Samurai. He created them for a very specific purpose. This purpose was to kill every single one of the enemy and destroy their country. In order to achieve this, the master of Danzas must be strong enough in spirit but must be gentle with his students.
The first Master of Danzeis was Kambei. This man was so kind that he was even willing to teach his son, Katsu, the ways of the warrior. As a result, when Katsu was a grown man, he trained his son in the ways of the warrior. Kambei became the Master of Danzas for a second time.
The third master of Danzeis was Sanchin. When he was a young man, he fell ill and was told that he had ten years to live. In order to get some medical attention, he traveled to Kyoto, Japan where he knew that there was someone in charge of medical care. That person was a blade bearer. The blade bearer noticed that there was something wrong with Sanchin, so he took him to see the doctor.
The doctor discovered that there was an ulcer in Sanchin’s throat. This caused him to have a severe heart attack and eventually killed him. He became the fourth master of Danzeis. The Japanese knew that the only way to defeat an enemy was to blame him. It is said that the Japanese warrior’s life was considered sacrosanct and his blade was held so sacred that only his very blade could sever his opponent’s blade.