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  • Black Bird
  • Black Bird
  • Black Bird
  • Black Bird
  • Black bird
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  • Black Birds are extremely powerful black and red birds. They're pets in Crimsonwood Keep. __TOC__
  • Black Bird 「ブラックバード lit. Pájaro Negro?」 es un manga creado por Kanoko Sakurakouji en julio de 2006.
  • A black bird is usually smaller than a crow or raven. They were used by Cenarius to defend the forests. (WoE 98)
  • Black Bird is Shivayanne 's fourth work and his most popular.
  • Black Bird (ブラックバード, Burakku Baado) is a Japanese supernatural shōjo manga written and illustrated by Kanoko Sakurakoji. It has been serialized by Shogakukan in their Betsucomi magazine since 2007. It depicts the life of a high school girl who can see supernatural beings. Black Bird received the 2009 Shogakukan Manga Award for shōjo manga. The series has been adapted into a drama CD as well as a light novel.
  • The Hero first sees a Black Bird in the hoard of the Brigands, however he doesn't pick it up. It once belonged to someone named Bogey, and its destiny was said to be irrevocably entwined with the Hero This would later be confirmed by Elsa who said she brought the Blackbird with her to Silmaria (because Minos had interest in it). It looks like a plain ebony statue, and is heavier than one would suspect.
dcterms:subject
adoptable
  • Yes
sapience
  • Semi-sapient
animanganavlink
  • No
animangafooter
  • Yes
#views
  • 2000
Categoria
  • Shōjo
songtitle
  • "Black Bird"
datechecked
  • 2015-12-29
PageCount
  • 26
original upload date
  • Oct.20.2014
Genero
  • Acción, Comedia, Drama, Misterio, Romance, Sobrenatural
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Singer
  • Chika and Megurine Luka
Date
  • Oct 20, 2014
Status
  • Near extinct
Producer
Name
  • Black Bird
Genre
  • Comedy, Romance, Supernatural
Type
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Link
  • Niconico Broadcast / YouTube Broadcast
Species
  • Critter
Title
  • "Black Bird"
Media
  • Manga
  • Manga
Color
  • chika
  • #DB7093; color: purple
Views
  • and
Singers
  • Chika and Megurine Luka
plural
  • Black Birds
FoundingDate
  • 2010-10-22
Universe
  • MapleStory
Imagen
  • Black_Bird.jpg
Producers
Wiki name
  • Black Bird Wiki
Danger
  • Significant threat
Wiki
  • blackbird
Location
  • Crimsonwood Keep
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  • Black Birds are extremely powerful black and red birds. They're pets in Crimsonwood Keep. __TOC__
  • Black Bird 「ブラックバード lit. Pájaro Negro?」 es un manga creado por Kanoko Sakurakouji en julio de 2006.
  • A black bird is usually smaller than a crow or raven. They were used by Cenarius to defend the forests. (WoE 98)
  • The Hero first sees a Black Bird in the hoard of the Brigands, however he doesn't pick it up. It once belonged to someone named Bogey, and its destiny was said to be irrevocably entwined with the Hero This would later be confirmed by Elsa who said she brought the Blackbird with her to Silmaria (because Minos had interest in it). It looks like a plain ebony statue, and is heavier than one would suspect. In Raseir, the thief Ferrari hires the Hero to steal the Falcon from the home of the ruthless Captain of the Raseirian Guards, Khaveen. Upon successful completion and return to Ferrari, though, it is revealed to be in fact a fake, much to Ferrari's amused disappointment (at least he took it well). It is Ferrari, in fact, who admits to the Hero that there were four black birds made but only one had any value. Another blackbird (a cheap plaster imitation) is for sale in the Tarna city bazaar at the Junk Shop of An Forda & Son. Only the Thief character type can actually find and purchase this particular blackbird, not that it really matters as it, along with all other possessions, is lost to the Hero during the impromptu trip to Mordavia. An Ford and Son claim that the black bird is rumored to have a fortune of gems inside. But admit that the one they have doesn't, as it was broken, and then glued back together. The next known Black Bird (another cheap plaster imitation) is found inside the Dark One Monastery, just above the main door in a small alcove. It can be claimed either by climbing up the wall and walking across the small ledge between its resting place and the door, or by simply using the Fetch Spell. If the character is imported into QFGV, the black bird appears in the Thief's inventory upon his arrival (however it does not appear in the inventory of new characters created in QFGV). In Silmaria, it is possible to encounter three Black Birds! The first one is the one (Immitation Blackbird) imported into the game from a thief's file (from Mordavia). The second, at long last, is the real Blackbird which Elsa had brought from Silmaria and is now in Minos's possession. It can be stolen from him if the Hero has Thief Skills. After successfully pinching it, the Hero should take it to Wolfie, the artisan, to have him bang out one last fake (Immitation Blackbird), then give the real one to Ferrari, to obtain the deed to Gnome Ann's Inn. A little later the Hero should then "let himself in" to Ferrari's home on Nob Hill, and swap his fake for the real one, and helping himself to some of Ferrari's more valuable personal possessions. Finally, the Hero should take the real bird down to the Thieve's Guild, show it to Arrestes, and thus secure his stranglehold on the title of Silmaria's Chief Thief!
  • Black Bird is Shivayanne 's fourth work and his most popular.
  • Black Bird (ブラックバード, Burakku Baado) is a Japanese supernatural shōjo manga written and illustrated by Kanoko Sakurakoji. It has been serialized by Shogakukan in their Betsucomi magazine since 2007. It depicts the life of a high school girl who can see supernatural beings. Black Bird received the 2009 Shogakukan Manga Award for shōjo manga. In 2008, Viz Media announced they had licensed the series for an English release of the series in North America. The first chapter was previewed in their now-defunct Shojo Beat magazine and the first volume of their version was released on August 4, 2009. According to ICv2, the series was the sixth best-selling manga series in the US for 2011. The series has been adapted into a drama CD as well as a light novel.
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