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  • Prehistory
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  • In its most common usage, prehistory refers to bygone ages of mankind for which we have no written record of past events. Within such a simple definition, prehistoric means "before the invention of writing" and historic means "after the invention of writing", or, more correctly, after the start of recordkeeping.
  • Prehistory is the twelfth episode of Armada. It first aired in the United States on November 15, 2002 on Cartoon Network.
  • Prehistory is the era in the history of the World of Baten Kaitos that predates the Age of the Gods (era). It mostly consists of implied history taken from Magnus descriptions.
  • Prehistory (原始 Genshi?) (also known as Prehistoric in the SNES/PS version) is the year 65,000,000 BC in Chrono Trigger. It is the furthest back in time that the party can reach during their adventure (unless one counts the End of Time, which theoretically exists at both ends of the timeline). It is also the era in which Lavos first descends to the planet's surface.
  • The Prehistory is an era spanning from before the start of the Exile.
  • Prehistory is essentially short-hand for premature-history. Premature history is the leading cause of World disasters, second only to corned beef. Prehistory strikes the general public at random, transporting people back or forwards in time to a social climate that they're not accustomed to. For example the guy who recently pioneered the tuxedo was famously transported back to 6th century Iraq, luckily he was able to adapt to the situation, and utilised his insane hide-n-seek skills to prepare for future searches for the Weapons of Mass Destruction. Another famous example is Elmo, who claims that as soon as he's on the verge of getting laid prehistory transports him through time to when the event is over. Many refute these claims and apportion most of the truth to premature-ejaculationspec
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English (Dubbed)
  • Prehistory
Episode (lifetime)
  • 384
Ending (Japanese)
Opening (Japanese)
Japanese (Katakana)
  • いきさつ
Ending (English)
Japanese (Romanized)
  • Ikisatsu
Episode (season)
  • 12
Episode (series)
  • 12
English (Translated)
  • The Whole Story
Opening (English)
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  • Prehistoric
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  • Prehistory
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  • 2002-11-22
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  • Prehistory, the Land before Time
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  • 2003-03-28
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  • In its most common usage, prehistory refers to bygone ages of mankind for which we have no written record of past events. Within such a simple definition, prehistoric means "before the invention of writing" and historic means "after the invention of writing", or, more correctly, after the start of recordkeeping.
  • Prehistory is the twelfth episode of Armada. It first aired in the United States on November 15, 2002 on Cartoon Network.
  • Prehistory is essentially short-hand for premature-history. Premature history is the leading cause of World disasters, second only to corned beef. Prehistory strikes the general public at random, transporting people back or forwards in time to a social climate that they're not accustomed to. For example the guy who recently pioneered the tuxedo was famously transported back to 6th century Iraq, luckily he was able to adapt to the situation, and utilised his insane hide-n-seek skills to prepare for future searches for the Weapons of Mass Destruction. Another famous example is Elmo, who claims that as soon as he's on the verge of getting laid prehistory transports him through time to when the event is over. Many refute these claims and apportion most of the truth to premature-ejaculationspeculation.
  • Prehistory is the era in the history of the World of Baten Kaitos that predates the Age of the Gods (era). It mostly consists of implied history taken from Magnus descriptions.
  • Prehistory (原始 Genshi?) (also known as Prehistoric in the SNES/PS version) is the year 65,000,000 BC in Chrono Trigger. It is the furthest back in time that the party can reach during their adventure (unless one counts the End of Time, which theoretically exists at both ends of the timeline). It is also the era in which Lavos first descends to the planet's surface.
  • The Prehistory is an era spanning from before the start of the Exile.
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