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The '''5th Hierarchical City of Ibukido''' was once the largest of the [[Hierarchical City|hierarchical cities]]. It declared itself the head of the [[Ikaruga Federation]], causing the [[Ikaruga Civil War]], and was destroyed by [[Gigant: Take-Mikazuchi]] in what became known as the [[Burning Fields of Ikaruga]]. It is currently under the jurisdiction of the [[Mutsuki]] family of the [[Duodecim]]. Izanami used the Monolith in Ibukido to help enact [[Doomsday]].
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The '''5th Hierarchical City of Ibukido''' was once the largest of the [[Hierarchical City|Hierarchical Cities]]. It declared itself the head of the [[Ikaruga Federation]], causing the [[Ikaruga Civil War]], and was destroyed by [[Gigant: Take-Mikazuchi]] in what became known as the Burning Fields of Ikaruga. It is currently under the jurisdiction of the [[Mutsuki]] family of the [[Duodecim]]. Izanami used the Monolith in Ibukido to help enact [[Doomsday]].
  
 
==Information==
 
==Information==
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Prior to the Ikaruga Civil War, Ibukido was a thriving city that stood as one of the strongest of the Hierarchical Cities at the time. Ibukido began to move independently to the [[Novus Orbis Librarium]], which both created and held jurisdiction over the Hierarchical Cities, and formed the Ikaruga Federation with the other cities within the [[Ikaruga Region]]. The NOL refused to acknowledge their independence and the Ikaruga Civil War began as a result.
  
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Between 2192 and 2195, [[Sector Seven]] began several experiments in a laboratory under Ibukido in the attempt to create either a [[Kusanagi]] or a [[Black Beast]]. As a result of these experiments, known succinctly as the Ibukido Experiments, [[Lambda-11]] was born.
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On December 25, 2195, the [[Takamagahara System]] fired the [[Nox Nyctores]] - Gigant: Take-Mikazuchi on Ibukido's center. The city was burned to the ground in an instant, leaving a crater where the city once stood. [[Mu-12]] was being smelted at the time of the explosion and managed to survive. When the war finally ended in 2197, Ibukido was left as a testament to the NOL's strength as the general public believed that the NOL was responsible for its destruction. No restoration efforts have been given to Ibukido and it has been left uninhabitable.
  
 
==Areas==
 
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==People born in Ibukido==
 
==People born in Ibukido==
* [[Karenjina Parsett]]
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*[[Karenjina Parsett]]
* [[Lambda-11]]
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*[[Lambda-11]]
* [[Mu-12]]
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*[[Mu-12]]/[[Noel Vermillion]]
* [[Noel Vermillion]]
 
  
 
==Official Descriptions==
 
==Official Descriptions==
 
===''[[BlazBlue: Central Fiction]]'' Library Mode===
 
===''[[BlazBlue: Central Fiction]]'' Library Mode===
 
 
; 5th Hierarchical City of Ibukido
 
; 5th Hierarchical City of Ibukido
 
''One of the Hierarchical Cities belonging to the Ikaruga Federation.''
 
''One of the Hierarchical Cities belonging to the Ikaruga Federation.''
  
''It was once the world's largest Hierarchical City, but it was destroyed during the Ikaruga Civil War. Not a trace of its former glory remains in the present day. Te area around ground zero is currently closed off.''<ref>''BlazBlue: Central Fiction, Library Mode, Locations #009'</ref>
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''It was once the world's largest Hierarchical City, but it was destroyed during the Ikaruga Civil War. Not a trace of its former glory remains in the present day. Te area around ground zero is currently closed off.''<ref>''BlazBlue: Central Fiction, Library Mode, Locations #009</ref>
  
 
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==References==
 
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The 5th Hierarchical City of Ibukido was once the largest of the Hierarchical Cities. It declared itself the head of the Ikaruga Federation, causing the Ikaruga Civil War, and was destroyed by Gigant: Take-Mikazuchi in what became known as the Burning Fields of Ikaruga. It is currently under the jurisdiction of the Mutsuki family of the Duodecim. Izanami used the Monolith in Ibukido to help enact Doomsday.

Information

Prior to the Ikaruga Civil War, Ibukido was a thriving city that stood as one of the strongest of the Hierarchical Cities at the time. Ibukido began to move independently to the Novus Orbis Librarium, which both created and held jurisdiction over the Hierarchical Cities, and formed the Ikaruga Federation with the other cities within the Ikaruga Region. The NOL refused to acknowledge their independence and the Ikaruga Civil War began as a result.

Between 2192 and 2195, Sector Seven began several experiments in a laboratory under Ibukido in the attempt to create either a Kusanagi or a Black Beast. As a result of these experiments, known succinctly as the Ibukido Experiments, Lambda-11 was born.

On December 25, 2195, the Takamagahara System fired the Nox Nyctores - Gigant: Take-Mikazuchi on Ibukido's center. The city was burned to the ground in an instant, leaving a crater where the city once stood. Mu-12 was being smelted at the time of the explosion and managed to survive. When the war finally ended in 2197, Ibukido was left as a testament to the NOL's strength as the general public believed that the NOL was responsible for its destruction. No restoration efforts have been given to Ibukido and it has been left uninhabitable.

Areas

People born in Ibukido

Official Descriptions

BlazBlue: Central Fiction Library Mode

5th Hierarchical City of Ibukido

One of the Hierarchical Cities belonging to the Ikaruga Federation.

It was once the world's largest Hierarchical City, but it was destroyed during the Ikaruga Civil War. Not a trace of its former glory remains in the present day. Te area around ground zero is currently closed off.[1]

References

  1. BlazBlue: Central Fiction, Library Mode, Locations #009