Talk:Shangri-La (novel)

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First header[edit]

i made this page without putting in much effort so ill apologize for that in advance. if you do have any improvement or extra info please do add :) Ninta89 (talk) 11:08, 14 March 2009 (UTC)

added character list. all info is a direct copy from the official Shangri-la page. check ref list for link. Ninta89 (talk) 17:01, 20 March 2009 (UTC)

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Novel chapters[edit]

These are the chapters of the Shangri-La novel:

  1. The Castle Lord's Return (城主の帰還, Jōshu no Kikan)
  2. Wake Up Medusa.
  3. Dawn of Technology (テコノロジーの夜明け, Tekonorojī no Yoake)
  4. Air Hell (空中地獄, Kūchū Jigoku)
  5. Rain of Mysterious Disappearances (神隠しの雨, Kamikakushi no Ame)
  6. Medusa Suppression (メデューサ討伐, Medyūsa Tōbatsu)
  7. Hiruko's Prophecy (水蛭子の予言, Hiruko no Yogen)
  8. Zeus' Password Key (ゼウスの暗号鍵, Zeusu no Angō Kagi)
  9. Area Air Defense's Death Ray (防空圏の決死線, Bōkūgen no Kesshisen)
  10. City of Mirage (蜃気楼の都, Shinkirō no Miyako)
  11. Brain Death of the Almighty (全能神の脳死, Zennōgami no Nōshi)
  12. Forest Pollution (森林汚染, Shinrin Osen)
  13. Great Tokyo Air Raid (東京大空襲, Tōkyō Daikūshū)
  14. Four Sacred Treasures (四種の神器, Shishu no Jingi)
  15. Crown Prince Assassination (皇太子暗殺, Kōtaishi Ansatsu)
  16. Creation of Heaven and Earth (天地開闢, Tenchikaibyaku)


If someone could check my Romaji and English translations, that would be great. Arsonal (talk) 08:37, 10 August 2009 (UTC)

Eiichi Ikegami interview[edit]

Archived Arsonal (talk) 08:39, 5 February 2010 (UTC)