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LEGEND

Backstory Year 1 Year 2


Timeline

Year Date Events
20 years before Year 1 February 10 Kuon Hizuri is born in U.S[1]
Summer Kuu (as Katsuki)[2] and Hiroko Iizuka (as Mio)[3] stars in Tsukigomori, which is directed by Hiroaki Ogata's father, Hirotaka Ogata[4].[5][6][7]
17 years before Year 1 February-March Kazushi Misonoi leaves a pregnant Saena Mogami with Kyoko
Kenichi Katagiri's team lose the 'Jou' case
May 29 Sho Fuwa is born in Kyoto, Japan.[1]
December 25 Kyoko Mogami is born in Kyoto, Japan.[1]
10 years before Year 1 Summer 6 year-old Kyoko befriends 10 year-old Kuon/Ren in Kyoto.
After Summer Saena leaves Kyoko under Sho's parents.
9 years before Year 1 Summer Kyoko is living with the Fuwa's for one year; Kyoko learns Katsura-technique[8]
8 years before Year 1  ??? Kuon starts dating at the age of 12.[9]
5 years before Year 1 Before December Rick gets hit by a car and dies
15 year-old Kuon arrives in Japan and transforms into Ren.
4 years before Year 1 Summer 16 year-old Ren starts acting.
3 years before Year 1  ??? Ren meets Yashiro for the first time.
December 24 Maria's mother dies in a plane crash accident.
1 year before Year 1 Spring Kyoko and Sho graduates from middle school; runaways from Kyoto to Tokyo.[10]
Year 1 February 1 Kyoko and Sho sees Ren being No.1 in a survey on T.V. while Sho being No.7
February 2 Kyoko overhears Sho talking behind her back; the day where she vows to get revenge on him.
February 3-6 Kyoko moves into Darumaya, sold her old apartment that she rented for Sho and has a make-over.
February 7 Kyoko meets Ren for the first time and convinces Sawara to include her on LME; Kyoko starts stalking Sawara.
February 10 Ren's 20th Birthday
February 12 Kyoko stops stalking Sawara and he gives her papers for LME Auditions
February 17 LME auditions
February 20 Kyoko sees Sho again in the gas station she's working.
February 21 Kyoko becomes the first Love Me member.
Spring [March, April and May] Ring Doh; Kyoko's "acting battle" with Ruriko
Kanae joins the Love Me section
Kyoko acts as Flora and helps Maria
Ren discovers Kyoko is the 6 year-old girl from his childhood
Kyoko starts playing as Bo the chicken; Ren meets Bo
Curara auditions and shooting
May 29 Sho's 17th Birthday [1]
Summer Day 1 Ren calls Matsushima that Yashiro is sick; Matsushima says Kyoko will fill up as his substitute manager
Summer Day 2 Kyoko starts being Ren's substitute manager
Summer Day 3 Ren starts developing a cold but ignores it.
Summer Day 3 Ren starts develops a a sore throat and a high fever; Kyoko takes care of him and stays overnight at his apartment
Kyoko starts finding acting as a passion
Summer Day 4 Ren recovers from sickness; Kyoko's last day as Ren's substitute manager
Summer Day 5 Kyoko starts her first day in high school; Ren thanks Kyoko for being a good substitute manager
Kyoko gets offered to be at Sho's PV
Summer Day 6 Ren leaves goes on a out-of-town shoot
Prisoner PV shooting
Summer Ren's Katsuki Acting Test
Start of the Dark Moon shoot; location shoot at Karuizawa
October 9 Release of Sho's first song that starts his "undefeated legend"
October 15 Initial broadcast of Dark Moon
November 6 Release of Sho's second song for his "undefeated legend"
November 26 Broadcast of Dark Moon's 7th episode[11]
November 27 Ren's acting test for BJ[12]
Kyoko gets three drama offers[13][14]
December 12 Kuu arrives in Japan
December 13 TV broadcast about Sho's "undefeated legend"
December 14 Kyoko acts as Kuon
Ren meets Kuu
December 15 Ren/Kuon records a video letter for his parents
December 16 Kuu returns to U.S
December 24 Happy Grateful Party starts; Maria's 8th birthday [15]
December 25 Scheduled release of another Sho single
Happy Grateful Party ends; Kyoko's 17th birthday[16][17][18]
December 26 Box "R" joint scenario reading[19][20]
Year 2 January 1 Kyoko's New Year shrine visit with Taisho and his wife.[21]
January 13 Box "R" starts shooting
Mid-January Kyoko having trouble with her new role, Natsu; Kyoko asks Ren for help
End-January Chiori joins the Love Me section
February 10 Ren's 21st Birthday
Reino appears and demands Valentine's chocolates from Kyoko
February 12 Sho calls Kyoko
Kyoko stays over at Kanae's house and teaches her how to make Valentine's chocolates
February 13 Sho visits Kyoko; Kyoko gives hate chocolates to Reino
Ren's birthday gift arrives
February 14 Valentines Day; Kyoko gives Ren his birthday gift
Sho visits Kyoko at Dark Moon set and forced to kiss her on the lips
Kyoko gives Gelee Au Vin (dessert) to Ren and he kisses her on the cheeks
Kanae gives her chocolates to Hiou
End-February Ren has caller-ID blocking removed for his and LME phones
Dark Moon surpasses Tsukigomori's viewership record
Kanae is introduced to Chiori
Heel Siblings becomes alive
Dark Moon & Box "R" location shoots[22]
March 5 Dark Moon wrap-up parties; Kijima grooms Kyoko and broadcast of final episode of Dark Moon
Cast interviews for Dark Moon TV special
Dark Moon sets new viewership record
March 6 Broadcast of Dark Moon TV special
March 7 Cain Heel joins the Tragic Marker shoot, brings his sister Setsu with him.
March 8 Murasame fights with Cain
Sho sees Kyoko and Ren's promo for Dark Moon TV special
March 9 Kijima e-mails Kyoko
Sho ambushes Kyoko in school and they see Ren in TBM parking area
March 11 Chiori e-mails Kyoko
Setsu straddles Cain and gives him a hickey; Cain and Setsu go on a date
Lory starts going undercover
March 12 First mention of Kuu's "Kyoushirou"
Cast and Crew including Director Konoe sees Cain's hickey
Cain hugs Setsu
March 13 Cain and Setsu notice the undercover Lory
Cain hugs Setsu again; Lory finds Kyoko's real feelings
Kyoko acknowledges that she is in-love with Ren
March 14 White Day; Lory announces Setsu's vacation and he and Kyoko discusses Kyoko's feelings for Ren
End-March Kyoko's final exams by the middle of spring break; Kyoko sees Ren's magazine[23]
April 4 Kyoko flies to Guam[24][25]
Kyoko re-unites with Corn; Kyoko gives Corn the "kiss of re-birth"[26][27]
April 5 Cain and Setsu join Tragic Marker shoot in Guam
Jelly flies back to Japan
April 6 Setsu throws Manaka down
Jelly re-unites with Lory
Sho drops by to Darumaya[28]
Initial broadcast of Box "R"[22][29]
April 7 Kyoko flies back to Japan[30][31]; Kanae receives the script for Minamori Miyako III[32]

Sho visits Kyoko at Darumaya[33]

April 8 Chiori and her manager gets into an accident.
Kanae and Saena see each other for the script reading of Minamori Miyako III
April 9 Lory and Yashiro sees Saena's commentary about the traffic accident


Kyoko goes with Chiori on the "Are you serious?" shoot and encounters Saena
Kanae and Kyoko have lunch at the TBM Studios
Jelly to fly to Guam from South Korea to pick up Ren

April 10 Ren flies back to Japan with Jelly
Ren, Lory, and Yashiro watch Saena on Kironotto
April 11 Kyoko introduces Ren to the Darumaya couple
Kyoko watches Saena on Kironotto and arranges an appointment with her mother through Todoh, then meets her mother
April 12 Ren goes to Darumaya again to see Kyoko
Ren flies back to Guam to finish shooting Cain's scenes for Tragic Marker
April 13 Kyoko has her first lesson with Kotestu

Second episode of "Box-R" is aired (not that bad ranking)

April 17 Lasts ten days to the audition
Kyoko meets Koenji at the hospital and learns about her conditions
Kyoko's been asked to take the role of Momiji in place of Koenji by her butlers
April 19 Yashiro offers to Kyoko to be her temporary manager for two weeks
April 20 Third episode of Box "R" is aired
April 22 Kyoko meets with Sho's parents (?)
April 25 Kyoko and Kanae finish their training with Kotetsu

Kyoko meets Momose-san and talks about receiving a white-day gift from Tsuruga-san

April 26 Audition for the role of Momiji

Ren arrives at Narita airport

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Skip Beat! Fanbook - Love Me
  2. Skip Beat! Manga Series: Volume 9, Chapter 55, Page 23
  3. Skip Beat! Manga Series: Volume 10, Chapter 56, Page 21
  4. Skip Beat! Manga Series:Volume 10, Chapter 55, Page 26
  5. Skip Beat! Manga Series: Volume 9, Chapter 54, Page 7
  6. Skip Beat! Manga Series: Volume 9, Chapter 54, Page 11
  7. Skip Beat! Manga Series: Volume 9, Chapter 54, Page 23-24
  8. Skip Beat! Manga Series:Volume 1, Chapter 4, Page 17
  9. Skip Beat! Manga Series:Volume 9, Chapter 54, Page 11
  10. Skip Beat! Manga Series:Volume 1, Chapter 1, Page 28-29
  11. Skip Beat! Manga Series: Volume 17, Chapter 100, Page 3
  12. Skip Beat! Manga Series: Volume 17, Chapter 100, Page 9-14
  13. Skip Beat! Manga Series: Volume 17, Chapter 100, Page 21-23
  14. Skip Beat! Manga Series: Volume 17, Chapter 100, Page 28-29
  15. Skip Beat! Manga Series:Volume 20, Chapter 117, Page 16
  16. Skip Beat! Manga Series:Volume 20, Chapter 119, Page 31
  17. Skip Beat! Manga Series:Volume 20, Chapte 120, Page 5
  18. Skip Beat! Manga Series:Volume 20, Volume 120, Page 27-30
  19. Skip Beat! Manga Series:Volume 21, Chapter 121, Page 4
  20. Skip Beat! Manga Series:Volume 21, Chapter 121, Page 10
  21. Skip Beat! Manga Series:Volume 34, Chapter 206, Page 2
  22. 22.0 22.1 Skip Beat! Manga Series:Volume 28, Chapter 164, Page 12
  23. Skip Beat! Manga Series:Skip Beat Special Side Story, Page 1-2
  24. Skip Beat! Manga Series:Volume 34, Chapter 204, Page 5-8
  25. Skip Beat! Manga Series:Volume 34, Chapter 204, Page 14
  26. Skip Beat! Manga Series:Volume 35, Chapter 210, Page 21-22
  27. Skip Beat! Manga Series:Volume 35, Chapter 211, Page 17-18
  28. Skip Beat! Manga Series:Volume 36, Chapter 214, Page 30
  29. Skip Beat! Manga Series:Volume 36, Chapter 216, Page 13
  30. Skip Beat! Manga Series:Volume 36, Chapter 216, Page 20
  31. Skip Beat! Manga Series:Volume 36, Chapter 216, Page 2-3
  32. Skip Beat! Manga Series:Volume 36, Chapter 215, Page 27
  33. Skip Beat! Manga Series:Volume 36, Chapter 216, Page 26

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