History AgonyOfTheFeet / AnimeAndManga

28th Jul '17 7:44:39 AM gadeel
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* A bit into first season of ''Literature/SoundEuphonium'', Reina makes the mistake of climbing Mt. Daikichi in dress heels because it was a spur-of-the-moment decision to go there while out with Kumiko [[FestivalEpisode on a festival night]], who in turn is wearing a beaten up pair of unsuitable clogs herself. After a while, the ankle straps on Reina's shoes rub her skin raw and Kumiko gets worried. Even though Reina admits her feet hurt, she says she doesn't hate pain; Kumiko finds that kinda hot, and Reina calls her a freak. When the two reach the top of the mountain and sit down at an observatory, they both kick off their dirtied-up shoes and trade them for bare feet.
8th May '17 12:06:23 PM JStryker47
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** Erza Scarlet also injures her foot during the Grand Magic Games, after pushing Kagura out of the way of some falling rubble; which then falls onto her foot. This injury proves consequential to Erza, for the remainder of the games and the dragon battle that follows.
16th Apr '17 9:02:59 PM Maddoxsort
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* Both the titular protagonist of Syun Matsuena's one-shot ''Haruka'', Haruka Yata, and the elfin female protagonist [[NoNameGiven who does not give her name]], are barefooted during the entire story, the former because he was barefoot at home when he met the girl and ran outside so hastily when a villain attacked them that he forgot to put his shoes on, the latter because she just DoesNotWearShoes and has already suffered some wear and tear from walking to his house in bare feet. This lack of footwear becomes really problematic for the two of them when they end up outside, stuck on railroad tracks and stumbling over rocks and coal. To spare her more discomfort after the conflict has passed, Haruka carries the girl in his arms back to his house, even though she can walk just fine.

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* Both the titular protagonist of Syun Matsuena's one-shot ''Haruka'', Haruka Yata, and the elfin female protagonist [[NoNameGiven who does not give her name]], are barefooted during the entire story, the former because he was barefoot at home when he met the girl and ran outside so hastily when a villain attacked them that he forgot to put his shoes on, the latter because she just DoesNotWearShoes and has already suffered some wear and tear from walking to his house in bare feet.feet (which makes Haruka consider [[BarefootLoon calling the cops on her]]). This lack of footwear becomes really problematic for the two of them when they end up outside, stuck on railroad tracks and stumbling over rocks and coal. To spare her more discomfort after the conflict has passed, Haruka carries the girl in his arms back to his house, even though she can walk just fine.
16th Apr '17 9:00:03 PM Maddoxsort
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* In ''Manga/FutureDiary'', when Yuno gets ambushed by a another diary user trying to kill her, she makes the irrational mistake of taking her shoes off once she's indoors (it's Japanese custom/courtesy to remove outdoor footwear when entering a residence), not realizing he's set up traps for her to stumble upon barefoot, first in the form of thumbtacks, then in the form of a flooded stairwell with an electrical current sent coursing through her wet feet via a broken lamp light, nearly electrocuting her. It just goes to show that sometimes, [[BrokenAesop good manners can get you killed.]]
16th Apr '17 8:45:01 PM Maddoxsort
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** Sanji suffered this in spades during the second movie while squaring off against Boo Jack's spikes, because his shoes were on board the Going Merry when it got hijacked and he was stuck fighting in a pair on unsatisfactory sandals that did nothing to protect his feet and were [[LosingAShoeInTheStruggle subsequently lost in combat.]] When he finally got his shoes back in their rematch, it quickly turned into a CurbStompBattle in his favor, and he even ''broke'' Boo Jack's spikes with each kick!

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** Sanji suffered this in spades during the second movie movie, ''Clockwork Island Adventure'', while squaring off against Boo Jack's spikes, because his shoes were on board the Going Merry when it got hijacked (the crew was at a beach and forced to go to a wedding shop for replacement clothes) and he was stuck fighting in a pair on unsatisfactory sandals that did nothing to protect his feet and were [[LosingAShoeInTheStruggle subsequently lost in combat.]] When he finally got his shoes back in their rematch, it quickly turned into a CurbStompBattle in his favor, and he even ''broke'' Boo Jack's spikes with each kick!
16th Apr '17 8:43:12 PM Maddoxsort
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** Sanji suffered this in spades during the second movie while squaring off against Boo Jack's spikes, because his shoes were on board the Going Merry when it got hijacked and he was stuck fighting in a pair on unsatisfactory sandals that did nothing to protect his feet and were [[LosingAShoeInTheStruggle subsequently lost in combat.]] When he finally got his shoes back in their rematch, it quickly turned into a CurbStompBattle in his favor, and he even ''broke'' Boo Jack's spikes with each kick!
16th Apr '17 1:29:07 PM Maddoxsort
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** In ''Film/OnePieceFilmGold'', one of Gild Tesoro's lackey's steps on a roiling casino coin that Bacarrat tossed out into the battlefield, breaking his ankle. Baccarrat's powers render her a literal KarmaHoudini who steals luck from other people by touch, and he was [[WhatMeasureIsAMook one of the unlucky ones]], pun intended. As a result, he stumbles and causes a chain reaction that eventually doubles back on Usopp, Chopper, and Brook. Then, just to twist the knife, the casino coin magically finds its way back to Baccarat.

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** Luffy, in general, is the victim of this trope on and off because he won't wear proper shoes, even in a frostbite-inducing ''blizzard''. In ''Heart of Gold'', Luffy accidentally steps into a pool of stomach acid while inside a giant angler fish. Since he is militant about wearing nothing but sandals, he suffers the drawbacks here.
** In ''Film/OnePieceFilmGold'', one of Gild Tesoro's lackey's lackeys steps on a roiling casino coin that Bacarrat Baccarat tossed out into the battlefield, breaking his ankle. Baccarrat's Baccarat's powers render her a literal KarmaHoudini who steals luck from other people by touch, and he was [[WhatMeasureIsAMook one of the unlucky ones]], pun intended. As a result, he stumbles and causes a chain reaction that eventually doubles back on Usopp, Chopper, and Brook. Then, just to twist the knife, the casino coin magically finds its way back to Baccarat.
16th Apr '17 1:24:24 PM Maddoxsort
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* In ''Manga/NarutoShppuden'', Sakura deliberately stomps on Kiba's foot when he almost spills the beans on a plan to capture Sasuke in front of Naruto that they were supposed to keep mum about. Worse, this is a universe where just about everybody wears opened-toed sandals, and this is one of those very rare times we get to see the downside of that in action.

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* In ''Manga/NarutoShppuden'', ''Manga/NarutoShippuden'', Sakura deliberately stomps on Kiba's foot when he almost spills the beans on a plan to capture Sasuke in front of Naruto that they were supposed to keep mum about. Worse, this is a universe where just about everybody wears opened-toed open-toed sandals, and this is one of those very rare times we get to see the downside of that in action.action.
** Seen in the fight with Zabuza and a few others when makibishi spikes (aka caltrops) are tossed onto the battlefields. Zabuza, however, was battle-savvy enough to avoid the ones in his fight with Kakashi.
** At least one battle saw someone's foot pierced by a kunai.
16th Apr '17 1:21:03 PM Maddoxsort
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-->(English) '''Elie''': ''(frustratedly)'' It would have taken two seconds to put on shoes, but ''no-oooo!''

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-->(English) '''Elie''': ''(frustratedly)'' ''(annoyedly)'' It would have taken two seconds to put on shoes, but ''no-oooo!''



** In ''Film/OnePieceFilmGold'', one of Gild Tesoro's lackey's steps on a roiling casino coin that Bacarrat tossed out into the battlefield, breaking his ankle. Baccarrat's powers render her a literal KarmaHoudini who steals luck from other people by touch, and he was [[ExpendableMook one of the unlucky ones]], pun intended. As a result, he stumbles and causes a chain reaction that eventually doubles back on Usopp, Chopper, and Brook. Then, just to twist the knife, the casino coin magically finds its way back to Baccarat.

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** In ''Film/OnePieceFilmGold'', one of Gild Tesoro's lackey's steps on a roiling casino coin that Bacarrat tossed out into the battlefield, breaking his ankle. Baccarrat's powers render her a literal KarmaHoudini who steals luck from other people by touch, and he was [[ExpendableMook [[WhatMeasureIsAMook one of the unlucky ones]], pun intended. As a result, he stumbles and causes a chain reaction that eventually doubles back on Usopp, Chopper, and Brook. Then, just to twist the knife, the casino coin magically finds its way back to Baccarat.



* Both the titular protagonist of Syun Matsuena's one-shot ''Haruka'', Haruka Yata, and the elfin female protagonist [[NoNameGiven who does not give her name]], are barefooted during the entire story, the former because he was barefoot at home when he met the girl and ran outside so hastily when a villian attacked them that he forgot to put his shoes on, the latter because she just DoesNotWearShoes and has already suffered some wear and tear from walking to his house in bare feet. This lack of footwear becomes really problematic for the two of them when they end up outside, stuck on railroad tracks and stumbling over rocks and coal. To spare her more discomfort after the conflict has passed, Haruka carries the girl in his arms back to his house, even though she can walk just fine.
* In ''Anime/ACertainMagicalIndex'', one of the girls suffers from this when her feet fall asleep in the ''wariza'' pose and she begins to fidget them desperately.

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* Both the titular protagonist of Syun Matsuena's one-shot ''Haruka'', Haruka Yata, and the elfin female protagonist [[NoNameGiven who does not give her name]], are barefooted during the entire story, the former because he was barefoot at home when he met the girl and ran outside so hastily when a villian villain attacked them that he forgot to put his shoes on, the latter because she just DoesNotWearShoes and has already suffered some wear and tear from walking to his house in bare feet. This lack of footwear becomes really problematic for the two of them when they end up outside, stuck on railroad tracks and stumbling over rocks and coal. To spare her more discomfort after the conflict has passed, Haruka carries the girl in his arms back to his house, even though she can walk just fine.
* In ''Anime/ACertainMagicalIndex'', ''Manga/ACertainMagicalIndex'', one of the girls suffers from this when her feet fall asleep in the ''wariza'' pose and she begins to fidget them desperately.desperately.
* In ''Manga/NarutoShppuden'', Sakura deliberately stomps on Kiba's foot when he almost spills the beans on a plan to capture Sasuke in front of Naruto that they were supposed to keep mum about. Worse, this is a universe where just about everybody wears opened-toed sandals, and this is one of those very rare times we get to see the downside of that in action.
16th Apr '17 1:15:36 PM Maddoxsort
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** While attending at a traditional tea ceremony, Chibiusa and Usagi's feet fall asleep from assuming the ''wariza'' sitting posture for longer than they can bear. This elicits a few snickers from Usagi when she sees Chibiusa struggling to maintain her composure. Cue Chibiusa silently punching Usagi's feet from behind, sparking a war of back-and-forth foot-punching.



* In ''Manga/RaveMaster'', Elie tries to carry Plue to a hospital, but injures her feet on the rocky ground and curses herself for forgetting to put her sandals on, because she took them off earlier from exhaustion. Haru catches up to them and wraps her feet with strips ripped from his shirt.

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* In ''Manga/RaveMaster'', Elie tries to carry Plue to a hospital, but injures her feet on the rocky ground and curses herself for forgetting to put her sandals on, because she took them off earlier from exhaustion. Haru catches up to them and wraps her feet with strips ripped from his shirt. In the anime, she is barefoot to begin with after changing into her clothes following a bath at the nearby hot springs, and skipped putting her boots back on. The scene is also toned down where she runs across the mountainous terrain (in the original, her feet were cut open and bleeding, but in the anime, they're just badly scraped up) The slightly unfaithful English dub lampshades this when Elie curses her hastiness:
-->(Japanese) '''Elie''': ''(tiredly)'' Oh, I see... I ran in bare feet...
-->(English) '''Elie''': ''(frustratedly)'' It would have taken two seconds to put on shoes, but ''no-oooo!''


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* In ''Anime/ACertainMagicalIndex'', one of the girls suffers from this when her feet fall asleep in the ''wariza'' pose and she begins to fidget them desperately.
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