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Japan.Anime.Evangelion FAQ
 Japan.Anime.Evangelion FAQ

Version 0.3.1


Original version compiled by Daniel Fawcett. Updated by Mercurius
and again by Scratchbuilt <www.evafaq.com>
This version maintained by Pen^3

A HTML version is available at http://faq.pen3.cjb.net/


Contents:

1. Releases and Basic Information
1.1 What is Neon Genesis Evangelion?
1.2. NGE Releases
1.2.1 How many episodes make up the series?
1.2.2 What are the redone episodes?
1.2.3 A brief rundown of Evangelion releases in Japan
1.2.4 A Note on Japanese Eva releases
1.2.5 What are the differences between the Theatrical and
Video movies?
1.2.6 How was the series planned out?
1.2.7 What's with the overlays?
1.3. Availability of the Series
1.3.1 Availability of the Neon Genesis Evangelion TV series
1.3.2 Where can I download full episodes of NGE?
1.3.3 Where can I buy videos of the TV Series?
1.3.4 Availability of the Neon Genesis Evangelion movies
1.3.5 Where can I download the movies?
1.3.6 Is Evangelion coming out on DVD?
1.3.7 Where can I buy the DVDs?
1.3.8 Where can I buy Evangelion Music CDs?
1.3.9 What are the tracks on the Evangelion Music CDs?
1.3.10 Where can I download Evangelion music/MP3s?
1.3.11 Evangelion on Video CD
1.4. NGE Manga
1.4.1 What is the Evangelion manga? Where can I get it?
1.4.2 What's different about the Collector's Editions of the
manga?
1.4.3 What's this I hear about an 14 month delay in publishing
the manga?
1.5. NGE Merchandise
1.5.1 Evangelion merchandise? What is this?
1.5.2 Where can I buy Evangelion merchandise?
1.6. NGE Computer Games
1.6.1 Iron Maiden (Koutetsu no Girlfriend)
1.6.2 Girlfriend of Steel

2. Information Regarding JAE and Netiquette
2.1. The Basics of JAE and Usenet
2.1.1 What is JAE?
2.1.2 What is Usenet?
2.1.3 How can I read/post to JAE?
2.1.4 How can I read old JAE posts?
2.2. Netiquette and JAE House Rules
2.2.1 What is netiquette?
2.2.2 What is top/bottom posting?
2.2.3 Can I post in HTML?
2.2.4 Can I post my new fanfic to JAE?
2.2.5 Can I post my new fanart to JAE?
2.2.6 Why are people posting in
French/German/Japanese/Gibberish?
2.2.7 How can I set Outlook Express not to break the rules by
default?
2.2.8 What's this "Google" people keep telling me to use?
2.2.9 Which spelling of Gendo, Gendou, Gendф, Gendoh is
correct?
2.3 The FTP
2.4 A note on occidental NGE web sites

3. Specific Questions Regarding the Series
3.1. Common Misconceptions
3.1.1 Who Killed Kaji?
3.1.2 What does LCL/N^2 does for?
3.1.3 Did Touji lose an arm when Unit 03 was destroyed?
3.1.4 What was the First Impact?
3.1.5 What's all this I hear about the "Barons of Hell"?
3.1.6 What is the Giant in Terminal Dogma?
3.1.7 What is the Giant of Light seen during Second Impact?
3.1.8 Who's soul is in Unit 00?
3.1.9 The Children were conceived during Second Impact
3.1.10 Is Kiel Lorentz the Wandering Jew?
3.1.11 Was there an Angel designed but not shown in the series?
3.1.12 What did Gendou say to Ritsuko at the end of EoE?
3.2. Storyline Related Questions
3.2.1 In episode 16, how does Eva 01 get into the
Sphere/Shadow after "falling" into the Sea of Dirac?
3.2.2 In episode 20, how does Shinji's plugsuit get into the
Entry Plug?
3.2.3 How does Eva 01 move without power?
3.2.4 I do not understand Eva! What happened?
3.3. Minor Details and Interesting Facts
3.3.1 What do the organisation names mean?
3.3.2 Beer and coffee facts
3.3.3 The timeline of NGE
3.3.4 What do the characters' names mean?
3.3.5 What do the Angels' names mean?
3.3.6 What are the characters' blood types?
3.3.7 Where can I find out more about Paul Adrien Maurice
Dirac?
3.3.8 Why do people sometimes refer to NGE as "Shin Seiki
Evangelion"?
3.3.9 A brief note on The Lance of Longinus
3.3.10 Shinji's photo of Misato
3.3.11 Misato's Car
3.3.12 The Geofront
3.3.13 The A^10 Nerve
3.3.14 How big are the Evangelion units?
3.3.15 What is the symbolism of the cross in Evangelion?

4. Specific Questions Regarding the Movies
4.1. Movie Releases and Related Information
4.1.1 How many NGE movies are there?
4.1.2 When/how are they being released outside of Japan?
4.1.3 Are episodes 25 & 26 an alternate ending to the End of
Evangelion movie?
4.1.4 Was the song, "Komm, Susser Tod" written especially for
the movie?
4.2. The Movie Pamphlets
4.2.1 What is the EoE Pamphlet/Red Cross Book?
4.3. Questions With Movie Spoilers
4.3.1 Is Lilith's soul in Rei?
4.3.2 What are the white and black moons?
4.3.3 Where was Lilith found?
4.3.4 Are Rei and Shinji having sex in the "Sea of LCL" scene?
4.3.5 Who are the 3 women seen standing during the live action
scene?
4.3.6 Are Shinji and Asuka left to repopulate the world?
4.3.7 Is the final scene dream or reality?
4.3.8 What was going on with Gendou's hand in the beginning of
ep 26'?
4.3.9 Why is Shinji strangling Asuka at the end?

5. Fan-Art, Fan-Fiction and Hentai
5.1 Where can I get Evangelion fanfiction?
5.2 Where can I get NGE Fan Art?
5.3 Where can I get Evangelion images?
5.4 Where can I get Anime Music Videos?
5.5 Fan Fiction lingo
5.6. Hentai, Ecchi, Etc
5.6.1 Where can I get NGE Hentai?
5.6.2 What's the difference between
hentai/ecchi/doujinshi/etc?

6. FAQ Related
6.1 Thanks to...
6.2 Where can I get the latest version of this wonderful JAE
FAQ?
6.3 There is something wrong or missing in this FAQ, what do I
do?
6.4 FAQ Changes


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1. Releases and Basic Information
==============================

1.1 What is Neon Genesis Evangelion?
--------------------------------
Neon Genesis Evangelion is an anime series by Studio Gainax which
follows the progress of a group of children chosen to pilot
mankind's defence against the threat from the Angels. They are
part of an organisation called NERV which is ostensibly dedicated
to the defeat of these Angels. As the plot thickens it becomes
apparent that that is not all that NERV has in mind. There are
obviously two agendas in operation that of NERV and Gendou Ikari
and that of his supposed superiors the moguls of the SEELE
organisation. The plot revolves around the machinations of these
two organisations and their reactions to the angel attacks
through their joint tools the Evangelion Units 00, 01 and 02.

There are 26 TV episodes and three theatrical movies (Evangelion:
Death & Rebirth, The End Of Evangelion And Revival Of
Evangelion).

There are not going to be new episodes - rumours saying that
there will be are unconfirmed and probably misinformed.



1.2. NGE Releases
============
For information on upcoming releases you can check the Manga new
relases page <http://www.manga.com/newmanga/>.


1.2.1 How many episodes make up the series?
-------------------------------------
There are 26 TV episodes


1.2.2 What are the redone episodes?
-----------------------------
The redone episodes are different versions of episodes 21-24 that
were done for the Japanese video market. They add around 15
minutes of extra footage across the 4 episodes that help explain
the series more fully and also retouch various scenes. They are
available on LD, VHS and DVD in Japan but unavailable in other
parts of the world. Some stills of the extra scenes are shown on
the EvaOtaku director's cut
<http://www.evaotaku.com/director_cut/> page.

Please note that these are *NOT* deleted scenes removed by ADV or
GAINAX or anyone involved with transferring Evangelion to the
English-speaking market.


1.2.3 A brief rundown of Evangelion releases in Japan
-----------------------------------------------
In an attempt to clear up confusion, here is a rundown of the
history of Eva releases in Japan (Text by Olivier Hague)

"* The 26 episodes of Neon Genesis Evangelion were first aired in
Japan in 1995-1996. A few changes had to be made at that time,
like removing actual brand names or "sexual content" (feminine
underwear, Ritsuko naked before Seele,...) Gainax also wanted to
have 30-second reviews, but had to shorten them to 15-second
ones.

* A "making-of" video cassette named "Neon Genesis Evangelion
Genesis 0:0 In the Beginning" was released.

* The Japanese videos of the series were then released one after
another. Each video/LD contained 2 episodes and was named "Neon
Genesis Evangelion Genesis 0:01, 0:02, etc...". These videos
featured the episodes the way they were supposed to be in the
first place (30-second previews, actual brand names, and so
on...). But Anno decided to slightly improve episodes 21 to 24 (
and adding new scenes as well ) and to remake entirely episodes
25 and 26 ( he "owed" this to his staff, since he monopolized the
two last TV episodes, even if he had no choice, due to money and
time matters ) for this video release. So the video release came
to a stop with "Genesis 0:10" ( episodes 19 and 20 ), because
they had to work on that video release, but also on... the
movies.

* A few weeks after the end of the series, it was decided that
two movies would be made for spring and summer of 1997. Gainax
said that the first one would be a sum-up of the series, and that
the second one would be an "original story".

* I think that AD vision bought the series around this period of
time... They released episodes 1 to 20 in their "video version",
but they didn't want to wait until the completion of the
"renewal" of episodes 21 to 24 by Gainax. So, they released the
"tv version" of episodes 21 to 26.

* Gainax eventually decided that the first movie, called
"Evangelion : Death and Rebirth", would consist of two parts. The
first one, "Evangelion : Death", directed by Masayuki, being the
sum-up mentioned earlier, with the addition of a few extra
scenes, some of them being excerpts of the yet-to-come redone
episodes 21 and 22 (a treat for the fans). The second one,
"Evangelion : Rebirth", would be the new episodes 25 and 26, the
other ending that was first planned for a video release.

* Another video cassettes of "making-of", named "Neon Genesis
Evangelion Genesis 0:0' The Light From the Darkness" and about
the movie this time, were given to those who "pre-ordered" their
theatre tickets.

* Because of schedule problems (again ^^; ), Gainax then
announced that "Evangelion : Rebirth" would only be the
_beginning_ of the new ending. So, they decided that the second
movie would actually be the _completed_ new ending, tentatively
named "Evangelion : Rebirth II". (as a matter of fact, it looks
like they had absolutely _no idea_ what to do with this second
movie, in the beginning... so they were probably glad they could
forget about this "original story" thing ^_^;)

* The second movie was finally called "The End of Evangelion" and
consisted of two parts, the two new episodes 25 and 26 (episodes
25' and 26'). The first one, "Air", was a slightly improved
version of "Evangelion : Rebirth", completed with about 15
minutes of additional footage ("Evangelion : Rebirth" ended just
before the battle between Asuka and the Eva series). The second
one, "Magokoro o, Kimi ni", was entirely new.

* In January 1998, a director's cut of "Evangelion : Death and
Rebirth", called "Evangelion : Death (True) and Rebirth", was
aired on Japanese TV. It looks like Masayuki didn't really want
to include all these excerpts of the new scenes for episodes 21
and 22. It really was a treat for the fans in the first place. So
he removed some of them for this new version of "Evangelion :
Death".

* In March 1998, a third movie was released in the Japanese
theaters. "Revival of Evangelion" consisted of three parts. The
first one was "Evangelion : Death (True)^2", an improved version
of the director's cut of "Evangelion : Death" aired on TV two
months earlier (I think the changes had to do with the music or
the sound mix, this time?). The second of third parts were "Air"
and "Magokoro o, Kimi ni". In a way, that means that this
"Revival of Evangelion" movie is what "Evangelion : Death and
Rebirth" should have been in the first place...

* "Genesis 0:11" and "Genesis 0:12" were then finally released in
Japan. They contained the redone episodes 21 to 24, improved,
with added scenes, their 30-second previews, etc... Episode 24
featured its "classical" 15-second preview for the original TV
episode 25, and also a new 30-second preview for episode 25',
"Air".

* "Genesis 0:13", released a few months later, featured episode
25 and episode 25'. This "video version" of Episode 25' was
slightly different from its theatrical counterpart, like I said
in another post. The "The End of Evangelion" title was replaced
by a "Neon Genesis Evangelion" one to blend this new episode in
the series, the credits were different, and there was a preview
for episode 26', "Magokoro o, Kimi ni".

* "Genesis 0:14" was finally released, and featured episode 26
and episode 26'. Like for episode 25', episode 26' was slightly
modified in its "video version".

* In December 1998, video and LD boxes were released. They
contained "Evangelion: Death (True)^2 and Rebirth" (do I have to
explain? ^^ ) and "The End of Evangelion" (ie episodes 25' and
26' in their "theatrical version").

* Evangelion was released on DVDs as well. There are 7 volumes,
and each of them contains 4 episodes (the last one as well:
episodes 25, 26, 25' and 26'). There's also a 2-DVD box for the
movies. Same contents as the video and LD boxes."


1.2.4 A Note on Japanese Eva releases
-------------------------------
There are several things that crop up regarding Japanese
releases:

DVDs - the entire series & movies are available across 7 DVDs -
DVDs 1-6 contain episodes 1-24 (4 per disc) and disc 7 contains
episodes 25-26 and episodes 25' and 26' There is also a special
movie DVD that contains "Evangelion : Death (True)^2 and Rebirth,
and the End of Evangelion"

Genesis 0:14 - "Neon Genesis Evangelion Genesis 0:13" contains
episodes 25 and 25'. "Neon Genesis Evangelion Genesis 0:14"
contains episodes 26 and 26'.

Genesis 0:0 - "Neon Genesis Evangelion Genesis 0:0 In the
Beginning", this is a "making of" video for the series.

"Neon Genesis Evangelion Genesis 0:0' The Light From the
Darkness", this is a "making of" video for Death:Rebirth.


1.2.5 What are the differences between the Theatrical and Video
movies?
-------------------------------------------------------------
The video release and theatrical release of End of Evangelion are
slightly different as summarised below (Text by Olivier Hague)

Theatrical version:
* Eye catch: "The End of Evangelion Episode:25' Love is
destructive."
* Credits for both episodes 25' and 26' (ie the whole movie) show
up between the episodes (song: Thanatos - If I Can't Be Yours -)
* No preview.
* Title screen: "The End of Evangelion"
* Asuka says "... Iya." in the kitchen scene.
* Eye catch: "The End of Evangelion One More Final: I need you."
* Caption: "End of the movie"
* No end credits.

Video version:
* Eye catch: "Neon Genesis Evangelion Episode:25' Love is
destructive."
* Credits for episode 25' show up between the episodes (song:
Thanatos - If I Can't Be Yours - (Short Version))
* Preview
* Title screen: "Neon Genesis Evangelion"
* We don't hear Asuka's "... Iya.". It's written on the screen.
* Eye catch: "Neon Genesis Evangelion One More Final: I need
you."
* Caption: "End"
* Credits for episode 26' (music: Jesus bleibet meine Freude)


1.2.6 How was the series planned out?
-------------------------------
They didn't write the scenario of an episode before the previous
one was "finished", so they didn't really know what episode 25
would be like until episode 24 was completed... After that, they
had some ideas for episode 25, with JSSDF attacking Nerv, Misato
and Ritsuko dying, Asuka being hidden with her Eva-02, and so
on... But they just couldn't make this episode, because they
didn't have enough time (and money?) for that... So, Anno decided
to change all that, and made those "strange" episodes 25 and 26
(you can still see some stills reminiscent of what episode 25 was
first supposed to be).

Anno was satisfied with this ending, but some of his Gainax
friends weren't (and TV viewers as well, but Anno didn't really
care about them), so he told them that the first-planned episode
25 will be made for the video release, and that there would be a
new episode 26 as well after that. Eventually, these episodes
became a movie.

Info supplied by Olivier Hague


1.2.7 What's with the overlays?
-------------------------
On the first DVD volume, ADV used a large number of overlays to
translate signs and other on screen Japanese characters. On the
earlier VHS releases and later DVD volumes they used subtitles to
explain the Japanese text. The overlays are very crisp and stand
out against the softer and grainy original video, especially when
the video shakes slight behind the perfectly still overlays. For
further information see Animeprime's Evangelion Editing Report
<http://www.animeprime.com/reports/eva.shtml>.



1.3. Availability of the Series
==========================

1.3.1 Availability of the Neon Genesis Evangelion TV series
-----------------------------------------------------
The Neon Genesis Evangelion TV series (Eva for short) is now
available in many different countries. What follows is a list of
countries in which Eva is available, along with distributor
information:

UNITED STATES: Available in sub & dub, on 13 NTSC VHS tapes from:
ADV FILMS Website: ADV Films <http://www.advfilms.com/>

UNITED KINGDOM: Available in dub only, on 13 PAL VHS tapes from:
AD VISION UK Website: ADV Films UK
<http://www.advfilms.com/advuk/>

AUSTRALIA: MADMAN ENTERTAINMENT Website: Madman Entertainment
<http://www.madman.com.au/>

For anywhere around the world you can try Express.com
<http://www.express.com>

Or for those in the UK : Blackstar <http://www.blackstar.co.uk/>
which is good for the whole series as long as you don't want DVD
there being very little released on region 2 DVD format for the
UK market as yet.


1.3.2 Where can I download full episodes of NGE?
------------------------------------------
Asking for links or FTP sites to download the Evangelion series
is severely frowned upon, and should not be asked in the
newsgroup. This is for the simple fact that Evangelion is
available in most all countries or via Internet stores, and also
because most fans of Evangelion realise how good the series is,
and respect that the creators of the series should be given the
money they deserve.


1.3.3 Where can I buy videos of the TV Series?
----------------------------------------
This comes up often. If the series has had an official release in
your country, your best bet is to try a video shop. You may have
more luck trying a specialist science fiction shop - a majority
have been to stock some anime, and since Eva is one of the
best-selling anime series to be released outside of Japan, there
is a high chance they'll stock them. If they do not appear to
stock them, the store may be able to order them for if you ask.

Other than that, there are various on-line retailers you can try.
I've decided to list them under country, since some retailers
would be useless in certain parts of the world (due to the
NTSC/PAL/SECAM differences).

For the United States / Canada:

Anime Nation <http://www.animenation.com/>

Right Stuf <http://www.rightstuf.com/>

Amazon <http://www.amazon.com/>

AnimeCastle <http://www.animecastle.com/>

[Note: Many rental chains within the US & Canada carry rental
copies of the VHS version. Known stores are Blockbuster Video and
Hollywood Video]

For the United Kingdom a good place to try, if you don't have a
card and can't use the various internet sources, is Forbidden
Planet. They had them in stock and can order them should they be
out of stock. The London branch is just awesome. As of yet they
have a poor internet presence but we can only hope that they will
improve that in the future. Check out the old FAQ links
<http://www.evafaq.com/links.htm> page for contacts.

Blackstar <http://www.blackstar.co.uk/>

Otaku.co.uk <http://www.otaku.co.uk/>

MVM-UK <http://www.mvm-uk.co.uk/>

Amazon UK <http://www.amazon.co.uk/>

For Australia: Madman Entertainment <http://www.madman.com.au/>


1.3.4 Availability of the Neon Genesis Evangelion movies
--------------------------------------------------
Currently the three movies are unavailable in any western
languages (but they are available on videotape, LaserDisc and
Region 2 DVD in Japan), although in July 1999 at the Anime Expo
convention in California it was announced that Manga
Entertainment has acquired the rights to all three movies, which
will all likely get simultaneous VHS and DVD releases. Manga
however have yet to finalise their contract with GAINAX and have
therefore yet to receive all the material for the movies from
them. However after this is accomplished, Manga still have to
reunite the original voice actors and record for the movie, so
don't expect the movie anytime soon.

Manga were also discussing releasing the movie theatrically, but
have since canned this due to the fact that you have to have seen
the series to truly understand the movie.

Releases to other nations where Manga Entertainment has branches
will most likely follow.


1.3.5 Where can I download the movies?
--------------------------------
One of the regulars on JAE, Tessai, runs an FTP server from his
computer, were he has The End of Evangelion available for
download. See "The FTP" section of this FAQ for details.


1.3.6 Is Evangelion coming out on DVD?
--------------------------------
If you live in a Region 2 DVD zone (Europe and Japan mainly) and
can speak Japanese, you're in luck because the entire series and
all the movies are available in Japan on DVD already.

However, if you're not, you're not quite so lucky. ADV Films are
starting to release the TV series on multi-lingual DVDs (English,
Japanese, French and Spanish dub tracks and at least English
subtitles) in the Region 1 and 4 zones.

The movies will also come out on DVD, as mentioned above, and
will also be English dub & sub. They will (presumably) be
released on DVD in all territories where Manga Entertainment are
committed to releasing DVDs.

As for the TV series DVDs, as it currently stands, there is
probably little chance of them getting released outside the US in
the foreseeable future. ADV has made little inroad into the US
DVD market since they started releasing DVDs in January 1999, and
have shown little interest in releasing DVDs in other nations.

Your best bet (if you live outside the US) in this case is to get
a multi-region player and to buy the US releases.


1.3.7 Where can I buy the DVDs?
-------------------------
For Japanese ones try:

Gainax <http://www.gainax.co.jp/>

CD Online Station CDJapan <http://www.cdjapan.co.jp/>

The English discs are available for preordering on:

DVD Express <http://www.dvdexpress.com/>

AnimeNation <http://www.animenation.com/>

Right Stuf <http://www.rightstuf.com/>


1.3.8 Where can I buy Evangelion Music CDs?
-------------------------------------
There are many different Evangelion music CDs available. If you
are interested in purchasing them, you could try some of the
following mail-order companies. They should be able to supply you
with a list (or there may be one on their website): - Otaku
Publishing - Camegave - CD Japan You may also be able to find
them in the import soundtracks section of large record stores or
science fiction stores.

The CDs available are:
Original Soundtrack Vol. 1,
Original Soundtrack Vol. 2,
Original Soundtrack Vol. 3,
Evangelion Vox,
Evangelion Refrain,
Evangelion Death,
End of Evangelion,
Death and Rebirth,
Evangelion Concert (2 CDs),
S2 Works (7 CD Collection of Evangelion Music),
and Lots and Lots of singles


1.3.9 What are the tracks on the Evangelion Music CDs?
------------------------------------------------
*Neon Genesis Evangelion: Original Sound Track 1*

01. Extended Opening (Cruel Angel's Theme)
02. Fly Me to the Moon
03. Angel Attack
04. Rei I
05. Hedgehog's Dilemma
06. Barefoot in the Park
07. Ritsuko
08. Misato
09. Asuka Strikes!
10. NERV
11. Tokyo-3
12. I. Shinji
13. EVA-01
14. A Step Forward into Terror
15. EVA-02
16. Decisive Battle
17. EVA-00
18. The Beast
19. Marking Time, Waiting for Death
20. Rei II
21. Fly me to the Moon (Instrumental)
22. Track 22 (Title N/A)
23. Fly me to the Moon (Yoko Takahashi)

*Neon Genesis Evangelion: Original Sound Track 2*

01. Yokan (Inspiration)
02. Cruel Angel's Theses (TV Size Version) [Takahashi Yoko]
03. BORDERLINE CASE
04. A Crystalline Night Sky
05. ANGEL ATTACK II
06. ANGEL ATTACK III
07. Both of you, Dance Like You Want to Win!
08. Waking up in the morning
09. BACKGROUND MUSIC
10. A Moment When Tension Breaks
11. The Day Tokyo-3 Stood Still
12. Spending Time in Preparation
13. She said, "Don't make others suffer for your personal
hatred."
14. MAGMADIVER
15. PLEASURE PRINCIPLE
16. THE BEAST II
17. THANATOS
18. Rei III
19. When I Find Peace of Mind
20. FLY ME TO THE MOON - T.V. Version
21. FLY ME TO THE MOON - Rei(#5) TV. Size Remix Version
22. FLY ME TO THE MOON - Rei(#6) TV. Size Remix Version
23. Jikai Yokoku (Closing Statements)
24. FLY ME TO THE MOON - Aya Bossa Techno Version
25. FLY ME TO THE MOON - Aki Jungle Version

*Neon Genesis Evangelion: Original Sound Track 3*

01. Shiawase wa...
02. Eternal Embrace
03. Normal Blood
04. Harbinger of Tragedy
05. Childhood Memories, Shut Away
06. Those women longed for the touch of others' lips...
07. Background Music II
08. Background Music III
09. In the Depths of Human Hearts
10. Hostility Restrained
11. Three of Me, One of Someone Else
12. Crime of Innocence
13. The Sorrow of Losing the Object of One's Dependence
14. Do you love me?
15. Separation Anxeity
16. Introjection
17. Depression
18. Splitting of the Breast
19. Infantile Dependence, Adult Dependency
20. Mother is the First Other
21. The Heady Feeling of Freedom
22. Good, or Don't Be
23. Fly Me to the Moon - Takahashi Yoko TV Size Version
24. Fly Me to the Moon - 4 Beat TV Size Version
25. Fly Me to the Moon - Aya Bossa Techno TV Size Version
26. Fly Me to the Moon - Acid Bossa TV Size Version
27. Fly Me to the Moon - 4 Beat Off Vocal TV Size Version
28. Fly Me to the Moon - Off Vocal TV Size Version
29. Fly Me to the Moon - Aki Jungle TV Size Version
30. Fly Me to the Moon - B-22A Type TV Size Version
31. Fly Me to the Moon - Rei (#23) TV Size Version
32. Fly Me to the Moon - Rei (#25) TV Size Version
33. Fly Me to the Moon - Rei (#26) TV Size Version
34. Fly Me to the Moon - Aya London Beat Version

*Neon Genesis Evangelion: Addition*

01. Zankoku na Tenshi no These (Cruel Angel's Thesis) (Director's
Edit Version II)
02. Drama Track
03. Fly Me to the Moon - Misato 4 Beat TV size Version
04. Fly Me to the Moon - Asuka Bossa Techno TV Size Version
05. Chorus: Hallelujah (MESSIAH)
06. Chorus: Worth is the Lamb... Amen (MESSIAH)
07. 4th Movement: Presto (Symphony No. 9 in D minor Op. 125
"Choral")
08. Tendoumushi no Sanba (Bonus Track)
09. Fly Me to the Moon - Main Version II
10. Evangelion Movie TV trailer, "Death and Rebirth": Misato
11. Evangelion Movie TV trailer, "Death and Rebirth": Rei
12. Evangelion Movie TV trailer, "Death and Rebirth": Asuka

*Evangelion: VOX*

01. Evantroduction
02. The Image of Me (vocalise)
03. From My Dreams
04. Evangelism
05. Can't Get You Outta My Head
06. X-plicit
07. Prelude To Battle
08. Battling
09. Interlude - Thanatos
10. Thanatos - If I Can't Be Yours (Jazzy Side Stick-Mix)
11. I'll Be Always On Your Mind
12. Armageddon
13. Komm, susser Tod (Tumbling Down-Mix)
14. Angel Attack
15. Utopia
16. Promised Land (reprise)
17. Promised Land (Loren & Mash studio Live)
18. Star (Loren & Mash studio Live)
19. The Image of Me (playback)
20. Outro - never shall we return from conflict we must learn

*Evangelion: Refrain*

01. Prologue de Refrain
02. Zankoku na Tenshi no These (Die These des grausamen Engels)
03. Kibou no Sora e (To the Sky of Hope)
04. Youkan (Premonition)
05. Shiawase wa Tsumi no Nioi (Happiness bears the Smell of
Guilt)
06. Fly me to the Moon
07. Forbidden Gene
08. Love Antique
09. Kokoro yo Genshi ni Modore (Heart! Come back to the
Primitive!)
10. Mugen Houyou (Unlimited Embrace)
11. Genwaku no Umi kara (From the Dazzling Sea)
12. Tamashii no Refuran (The Refrain of the Soul)
13. Epilogue de These

*Evangelion: Death*

01. Cello Daiyongen Chougen
02. Suiten Fur Violoncello solo # 1 (G-dur, BWV 10071)
03. Dvorak (Original Complete Version)
04. Violin Dainigen Chougen
05. Partita III fur Violino solo - Govotte in Rondo
06. Viola Daisangen Chougen
07. Yasashisa No Dairi
08. Wa E No, Namida
09. Miryou E No Chouritsu
10. Kanon (D-dur) (Quartet) (Pachabel)
11. Sorrow of Losing the Object of One's Dependence 2
12. Kyomou E No, Izon (A-4 Violin Solo)
13. Moroi Jaku Na, Jiga Kyoukai (A4 Alternate version)
14. Kanon (D-dur) (Strings Orchestra) (Pachabel)
15. Itsuwari No, Saisei (M-7B)
16. Dies Irae (Requiem)

*The End of Evangelion*

01. TANIN no KANSHOU (Outsider Interference)
02. MANATSU no SHUUEN (Performance's End in Midsummer)
03. TAIKOU e no KINKYUUHINAN (Emergency evacuation to Regression)
04. ITSUWAri no, SAISEI (It's False, the Rebirth)
05. MIGAwari no SHINNYUU (The Intrusion of the Vicarious
Substitute)
06. II Air (Orchestral Suite No.3 in D major, BWV 1068 by J.S.
Bach)
07. MUNAshiki NAGAre (The Flow of Void/Futility)
08. THANATOS - if I can't be yours
09. HAJImari e no TOUHI (Escape to the Beginning)
10. HUAN to no MITSUGETSU (Honeymoon with Uneasiness)
11. Komm, Susser Tod / AMAki SHI yo, KItare (Come, sweet Death)
12. Jesus Bleibet Meine Freunde (Herz und Mund und Tot und Leben)
(BWV 147, by J.S. Bach)
13. HEISOKU no KAKUDAI (The Enlargement of the Blockade)
14. YUME no sukima (The Schema of Dream)

*Death and Rebirth (Singles)*

1. Tamasii no Rufuran (Yoko Takahashi)
2. Kokoro yo Genshi ni Modore (Yoko Takahashi)
3. Tamasii no Rufuran - Off Vocal Version (Karaoke)
4. Kokoro yo Genshi ni Modore - Off Vocal Version (Karaoke)

*Symphony of Evangelion (Live, Bunkamura Hall)*

01. Symphony #9
02. Tokyo-3
03. Eva-01
04. MC-1
05. NERV
06. Decisive Battle
07. Eva-00
08. A Step Forward
09. Rei I
10. Ritsuko
11. Rei I
12. MC-2
13. I. Shinji
01. Suiten Fur Violoncello
02. Partita III fur Violin
03. Kanon (D-dur) (Quartet)
04. Kanon (D-dur) and RAP
05. Kanon (D-dur) (Pachabel)
06. Thanatos
07. MC-3
08. Borderline Case
09. Mother the First Other
10. Fly Me To The Moon
11. MC-4
12. Hallelujah Chorus
13. Thank Yous

*S2 Works*

7 CDs worth of music. Whatever you are looking for is probably
here.


1.3.10 Where can I download Evangelion music/MP3s?
-------------------------------------------
A great site "Symphony of Evangelion" used to have all the albums
(bar the S2 works) up for download in MP3 format, however, GAINAX
has been clamping down on the usage of images and Evangelion
files, and so this site, and the sister site Reflections of Eva
has been closed down. The site Evacorp has the MP3s from
different albums, however don't expect them to be up for long
with GAINAX out on the prowl.


1.3.11 Evangelion on Video CD
----------------------
Evangelion is available on Video CD in Singapore in one large
13-CD box set. After seeing one of these Video CDs, two things
are apparent:

1) The quality is poor if played through a PC ( DVD quality
unknown )

2) They are a legitimate release and are not pirates. However, if
you are interested in them they can be obtained from this URL:
http://members.xoom.com/ad_naseum/
<http://members.xoom.com/ad_naseum/>



1.4. NGE Manga
=========

1.4.1 What is the Evangelion manga? Where can I get it?
-------------------------------------------------
The Evangelion manga is the comic-book form of Evangelion. It is
drawn and scripted by Yoshiyuki Sadamoto, a co-founder of Studio
GAINAX, who also worked on the character designs for the TV
series & movies.

Rather than being a direct version of the TV series, Sadamoto has
done an "interpretation" of the TV series, where events can be
quite different. Because of this, it has not been popular with
all the fans of the TV series.

Currently there are 6 books of the manga completed. English
versions are being published by Viz Communications.

Graphic novels of the first four books are also available (RRP
US$15.95, $23.95 CAN). You can probably buy the graphic novels at
most bookstores in the US; for the monthly issue you're more
likely to find in a comic store. If you live outside the US,
could try getting a local comic/science fiction store to order
them for you, or you could order them online at many of the
online stores listed on the old FAQ's links
<http://www.evafaq.com/Links.htm> page. (Viz's official store
also offers subscriptions for the monthly issues and back issues
as well online)


1.4.2 What's different about the Collector's Editions of the
manga?
-------------------------------------------------------------
Viz have made two versions of the Eva manga available - the
normal version and a "Collector's Edition". There is absolutely
no difference between the content of both editions - the
difference is that the Collector's Edition is unflipped. What
does this mean? Books in Japan are read from right to left, and
because of this, when manga is adapted for the English-speaking
market, the artwork is flipped so that it would read from left to
right. The Collector's Edition is simply a translated, unflipped
edition, so technically it looks like a backwards version of the
normal edition. Collector's Editions are available for both the
monthly formats and the collected graphic novels.


1.4.3 What's this I hear about an 14 month delay in publishing the
manga?
-------------------------------------------------------------
There was a long delay in the publishing of Book 5 of the manga
in Japan. This is because Sadamoto took a long break (around 14
months in total). This will not affect the Viz's English-language
publishing schedule in such a drastic way. Because they started
publishing the English version many months after the Japanese
version started, the delay has been cut down from 14 months to
around 4-5. The last issue of book 4 was published in November
(followed by the graphic novel) and the first issue of book 5 is
due in the first quarter of 1999.



1.5. NGE Merchandise
===============

1.5.1 Evangelion merchandise? What is this?
-------------------------------------
Evangelion is hugely popular in Japan, and as such, there is a
lot of Eva-related merchandise out there, ranging from CDs to
action figures to posters. Very little has been released
officially in the West. The old FAQ site had a Merchandise
<http://www.evafaq.com/merchandise.htm> info page.


1.5.2 Where can I buy Evangelion merchandise?
---------------------------------------
This is too large a single section to include here so check the
link page <http://www.evafaq.com/Links.htm> on the old FAQ site.
It includes a lot of DVD, video and retail stores and it will
expand as the group gets its collective finger out and supplies
Scratchbuilt with the info.



1.6. NGE Computer Games
==================

1.6.1 Iron Maiden (Koutetsu no Girlfriend)
------------------------------------
Iron Maiden is the offical English name of "Koutetsu no
Girlfriend". It is available on PlayStation, Sega Saturn and PC,
but always in Japanese. Although Iron Maiden is an adventure-game
it could be called an interactive movie. The Player spends most
of the time watching, just getting a few chances to actually take
part in the plot. In such cases the player can
look/talk/think/move, but eventually the actions barely change
the outcome of the plot. (Exception is the end, where the
player's choice decides on one of the three possible endings).

The story of Iron Maiden is an independent side plot to the
TV-series and takes place at times where Touji has not yet become
an EVA-Pilot but Asuka is already in Tokyo-3 for quite a time.
All characters from the original series have their place in the
story, although some of them (like Rei) are barely significant.
[Excerpt from the TapAnime Eva web page
<http://www.tapanime.com/series/eva/evamisc.html>.]

The GameFAQs website has a review of the PlayStation version
<http://www.gamefaqs.com/console/psx/review/R15761.html>.


1.6.2 Girlfriend of Steel
-------------------
Girlfriend of Steel is sometimes used to refer to the game Iron
Maiden. It is the direct translation of the Japanese title
"Koutetsu no Girlfriend", where Iron Maiden is the official
English title.



2. Information Regarding JAE and Netiquette
========================================


2.1. The Basics of JAE and Usenet
============================

2.1.1 What is JAE?
------------
JAE is the abbreviated name of the "Japan.Anime.Evangelion"
newsgroup. This is the FAQ for this newsgroup.


2.1.2 What is Usenet?
---------------
"Before the Web and web browsers, and before email became
ubiquitous, online communication meant posting text messages on
electronic bulletin boards where others could read and reply to
them. Usenet began as a collection of these bulletin boards (now
called discussion forums or newsgroups) started in 1979 by Steve
Bellovin, Jim Ellis, Tom Truscott, and Steve Daniel at Duke
University. Over the years, the number of such newsgroups has
grown to the thousands, hosted all over the world and covering
every conceivable topic about which humans converse." (Quoted
from Google's Usenet Basics page
<http://groups.google.com/googlegroups/basics.html>)


2.1.3 How can I read/post to JAE?
---------------------------
If you have a news-reader program installed then you can point it
at the group "japan.anime.evangelion". Some web browsers will
accept this link <news:japan.anime.evangelion>.

If you do not have a news-reader program you can download one
from your favourite internet file archive (eg. Tucows). Otherwise
you can use Google's usenet service
<http://groups.google.com/groups?group=japan.anime.evangelion>.

There are also other sub-groups to JAE. These lower volume groups
are "japan.anime.evangelion.asuka" and
"japan.anime.evangelion.ayanami". The group
"japan.anime.evangelion.nerv" is also available on some
news-servers but not all.


2.1.4 How can I read old JAE posts?
-----------------------------
You can read nearly all past and present JAE posts using Google's
usenet archive
<http://groups.google.com/groups?group=japan.anime.evangelion>.



2.2. Netiquette and JAE House Rules
==============================

2.2.1 What is netiquette?
-------------------
"Netiquette [from "network etiquette"] noun. The conventions of
politeness recognised in discussion forums, such as avoidance of
cross-posting to inappropriate forums and refraining from
commercial pluggery outside the business forums." (Quoted from
Google's glossary page
<http://groups.google.com/googlegroups/glossary.html>)

For more information about general Netiquette you can try looking
at About.com's Netiquette links
<http://usenet.about.com/cs/netiquette/>.


2.2.2 What is top/bottom posting?
---------------------------
When you reply to a news group posting you have a couple of
options for where to write your response. When you write your
response above the quoted text, then you are top posting. When
you write your response below the quoted text, then your are
bottom posting. Please make sure that you do include some of the
message you are replying to, so others reader can follow the
discussion.

There is a general preference for bottom posting as this is
somewhat easier to follow in multi-message threads. Please try to
bottom post, unless you have a very good reason not to.


2.2.3 Can I post in HTML?
-------------------
*No!* There is no good reason to post in HTML. not everyone can
read HTML formatted messages so they should not be used.


2.2.4 Can I post my new fanfic to JAE?
--------------------------------
Please don't. If you have a new fanfic you want people to see it
is best to upload it to a webpage and then post a link to it
there. There is also a newsgroup "rec.arts.anime.creative" which
is where new fanfics should posted.


2.2.5 Can I post my new fanart to JAE?
--------------------------------
Please don't. If you have a new picture you want people to see it
is best to upload it to a webpage and then post a link to it
there. There is also a newsgroup "rec.arts.anime.creative" which
allows fanart to be posted.


2.2.6 Why are people posting in French/German/Japanese/Gibberish?
-----------------------------------------------------------
The usual answer to this is "Why are you posting in English to a
Japanese newsgroup?" The originally Japanese newsgroup has been
taken over by fans from all over the world. English is written
predominantly, but threads will be written in other languages
when approriate.


2.2.7 How can I set Outlook Express not to break the rules by
default?
-------------------------------------------------------------
The first thing is to set Outlook Express to send plain text by
default. This should stop it from sending HTML formatted messages
without you knowing.

The next thing is bottom posting. Outlook Express puts the cursor
at the start of the message. You should move your cursor to the
end of the message before you enter your reply.

Another item related to bottom posting is putting your signature
at the bottom of your reply. Outlook Express puts the signature
at the top of the message. One way around this is not to
automatically add the signature, put place the "signature" button
on the tool bar. Then at the end of the message you can quickly
add your signature.


2.2.8 What's this "Google" people keep telling me to use?
---------------------------------------------------
Google <http://www.google.com> is a search engine which can be
used to search archived Usenet posts.

(Quoted from Google Groups Help
<http://groups.google.com/googlegroups/help.html>) "Google Groups
contains the entire archive of Usenet discussion groups dating
back to 1995. These discussions cover the full range of human
discourse and provide a fascinating look at evolving viewpoints,
debate and advice on every subject from politics to technology.
Google's search feature enables users to access this wealth of
information with the speed and efficiency of a Google web search,
providing relevant results from a database containing more than
600 million posts."


2.2.9 Which spelling of Gendo, Gendou, Gendф, Gendoh is correct?
----------------------------------------------------------
Commander Ikari's first name should have a long "o". So Gendou,
Gendф and Gendoh are correct.

Gendo is not strictly correct, but is used by many people who
find it shorter. No one really uses Gendoh.


2.3 The FTP
-------
Tessai's FTP server has a number of Evangelion videos on it,
including a sub of the "End of Evangelion" movie.

The FTP address is: tessai.kicks-ass.net

The username is: "evalow" (for 6k max) or "evahigh" (for 12k
max). Please make sure that you use the correct one for your
connection. *If you abuse this service you and probably your ISP
will be banned!*

The password is: "movie"

Disable passive (PASV) transfer mode. If you don't, you won't be
able to connect.


2.4 A note on occidental NGE web sites
----------------------------------
There are many of Evangelion related web sites out on the
Internet. Many of these pages just repeat information previously
found on other sites. The problem is there is quite a lot of
misleading, or downright wrong, information being copied around.

Just remember: _"Don't believe anything you read. Except this."_



3. Specific Questions Regarding the Series
=======================================
This FAQ was originally not going to include a section for series
specific questions, however with the amount of similar questions
being asked time and time again, it seems sensible to include a
section. Beware, this section does include spoilers! If I include
"Like with a lot of things in NGE, this is up to
interpretation.", it means there is no one theory that explains
the situation, and it is usually best to make up your own mind.



3.1. Common Misconceptions
=====================

3.1.1 Who Killed Kaji?
----------------
A mystery indeed. The very simple answer is that we don't know
the character that killed Kaji (we NEVER see them in the series
or movies). It was most likely a member of NERV, SEELE or the
JSSDF. This mystery is never resolved (and probably never will
be). GAINAX officially announced that it was a "third person"
from SEELE or one of the intelligence division from NERV.


3.1.2 What does LCL/N^2 does for?
---------------------------
It is not believed that an official source has ever made it clear
what these acronyms stand for.

Quite a few resources (semi-official as well as fan based) say
that they stand for "Link Connect Liquid" and "Non-Nuclear".
These titles have appeared in ADV's translated manga, but since
the original (Japanese) manga never included this it is believed
to be as reliable as ADV's liner notes. Which is not very.


3.1.3 Did Touji lose an arm when Unit 03 was destroyed?
-------------------------------------------------
When we see Touji in the hospital when Hikari is there, we can
see that he has clearly lost a leg, and his left arm is not in
view. This does not mean he lost the arm. We can see both of his
arms intact when he is being pulled from the entry plug, and in
the storyboards for the EoE movie he is shown playing basketball
in a wheelchair, with two arms. So contrary to popular belief,
*HE DID NOT LOSE AN ARM*. Never ever say this on the group. Both
of Touji's arms survived and any arguments otherwise are futile.


3.1.4 What was the First Impact?
--------------------------
The first impact was a meteor collision with earth 4 billion
years ago that dislodged the moon from the earth (so essentially
created the moon). It is NOT the meteor that impacted with the
earth and wiped out the dinosaurs (there were no dinosaurs 4
billion years ago), and it is NOT the biblical flood that centres
around Noah. We know it is a meteor that created the moon because
in episode 7 it is written in a document that is shown.


3.1.5 What's all this I hear about the "Barons of Hell"?
--------------------------------------------------
At least one Eva site
<http://www.csse.monash.edu.au/~jwb/schung/epiguide.html> says
that the actual designs of various EVA robots parallel medieval
Christianity's description of the various "Barons of Hell". One
Baron of Hell was said to have a featureless face except for a
single large eye (EVA-00). The Baron of Darkness was described as
having a large singular horn and numerous great gnashing teeth
(EVA-01). Another Baron of Hell was described as blood red and a
face with four eyes and two mouths (EVA-02). The fourth Baron of
Hell was said to be black as pitch and had unnaturally long arms
(EVA-03).

But, no member of the group has ever found conculsive proof of
these Barons' descriptions. The only places we have found the
description of these Barons of Hell is on other Evangleion sites.
It does not appear to exist in religious texts. So these Barons
appear to be some fan's creation. It may have started from this
post from Gannon
<http://groups.google.com/groups?hl=pt&selm=350586E2.32C5%40earth
link.net> on March the 10th, 1998.


3.1.6 What is the Giant in Terminal Dogma?
------------------------------------
In the basement of NERV, there is a giant nailed to a red cross
which we first see when Kaji shows Misato. At this point it is
referred to as Adam. However, we have already been introduced to
Adam as the embryo that Kaji smuggled from Germany (episode 8).
The Giant on the cross is Lilith, the small embryo is Adam.


3.1.7 What is the Giant of Light seen during Second Impact?
-----------------------------------------------------
During second impact a giant being of light is seen. This is Adam
(The first Angel) before he (it?) was reduced to an embryo.


3.1.8 Who's soul is in Unit 00?
-------------------------
It is unknown.


3.1.9 The Children were conceived during Second Impact
------------------------------------------------
Their birth dates have _absolutely no relevance_.

Ikari Shinji is born on the 6th of June. He's dubbed by Ogata
Megumi. Ogata Megumi is born on the 6th of June.

Katsuragi Misato: December, 8th - Mitsuishi Kotono: December, 8th

Akagi Ritsuko: November, 21th - Yamaguchi Yuriko: November, 21th

Souryuu Asuka Langley: December, 4th - Miyamura Yuuko: December,
4th

Ikari Gendou: April, 29th - Tachiki Fumihiko: April, 29th

Fuyutsuki Kouzou: April, 9th - Kiyokawa Motomu: April, 9th

Kaji Ryouji: June, 17th - Yamadera Kouichi: June, 17th

Horaki Hikari: February, 18th - Iwao Junko: February, 18th

Hyuuga Makoto: February, 13th - Yuuki Hiro: February, 13th

Ibuki Maya: July, 11th - Nagasawa Miki: July, 11th

Aoba Shigeru: May, 5th - Koyasu Takehito: May, 5th

Ikari Yui: March, 30th, 1977 - Hayashibara Megumi: March, 30th

The only exceptions are:

Nagisa Kaoru: September, 13th - Ishida Akira: November, 2nd -
It's just logical, since he's said to be born on the day of
Second Impact. And by the way, this date is just a reference to
"Space : 1999", nothing else...

Suzuhara Touji: December, 26th - Seki Tomokazu: September, 8th

Aida Kensuke: September, 12th - Iwanaga Testsuya: June, 24th

I don't know why these two were changed, by it's not for the sake
of the "Children conceived before/during/after Second Impact"
theories, because:

Since they're in 2nd year, that means Shinji, Asuka, Touji,
Kensuke and Hikari were 13 on April the 1st, 2015. So, they were
born in this order:

Shinji (July 6, 2001), Kensuke (September 12, 2001), Asuka
(December 4, 2001), Touji (December 26, 2001), Hikari (February
18, 2002)

Having Touji born on the 8th of September, 2001 and Kensuke on
the 24th of July, 2001 wouldn't have change _anything_ about them
being conceived after Second Impact.

So I guess these birth dates are references to something else...
Maybe they're the birth dates of the "Suzuhara Touji" and "Aida
Kensuke" characters from Murakami Ryuu's novel, "Ai to Gensou no
Fascism", for example?

Anyway, like I said, there's _nothing_ to back up these theories.
Eva pilots are probably selected because of their age, and that's
all...

(Text by Olivier Hague)


3.1.10 Is Kiel Lorentz the Wandering Jew?
----------------------------------
The wandering Jew is a story about a man who has been cursed by
God to walk the earth forever. There is no evidence that Kiel is
the wandering Jew.

It is believed that this rumour emerged from "Gendo Ikari's
ultimate Eva FAQ" which many describe as "appallingly
inaccurate". Even in there it is written that "While it is known
that he is the oldest living human on the planet, it is only
hypothesized that he is the Wandering Jew of Biblical legend."
Again, there is no evidence that Kiel is the oldest living human
either.




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