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Tenchi Muyo! Daughter of Darkness


The movie, Daughter of Darkness, was actually based off the 12th out of 13 novels written by Naoko Hasegawa, a scriptwriter for the first season of Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-Ohki. In it, a girl named Mayuka arrives and claims to be Tenchi's daughter and her origin and connection to Yuzuha (the antagonist in this film) is investigated. Ayeka mostly serves a supporting role in the movie but provides a pivotal assist when she figures out a way for Tenchi to use his full power against Yuzuha.

Hasegawa novels

This film is the only contact most non-Japanese fans have had with Hasegawa branch continuity. The first book of the series, The Hexagon of Love, was produced with the cooperation of Masaki Kajishima and briefly considered original canon. The second and third novels retell the story of the first season of Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-Ohki. but afterwards branch off into their own direction which is sort of a combination of both the OVA and Universe canons. None of the novels have been officially translated outside of Japanese, so little is known about the character development within them.

Okuda manga

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Two official manga series have been created by Hitoshi Okuda - No Need For Tenchi and Shin Tenchi Muyo! (aka The All-New Tenchi Muyo!). Based on the OVA series and branching off after episode 13.5. The manga series generally has a lighter attitude than the anime series and the characters personalities reflect this.

Ai Tenchi Muyo!


In a new continuity that seems largely related to Tenchi Universe, with small differences, an experiment of Washu's has caused a big mess by displacing a couple Juraian travelers in space and time. Ayeka aids Tenchi as he tries to help fix Washu's mess.