History Anime / BurstAngel

13th Jun '16 2:30:33 AM Tehrannotaur
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* DarkSkinnedBlonde - Jo is somewhat like this.

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* DarkSkinnedBlonde - Jo is somewhat like this.this, though the illustrations gave her a more fair complexion.
13th Jun '16 1:55:22 AM Tehrannotaur
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* DarkSkinnedBlonde - Jo is somewhat like this.
8th Apr '16 3:13:55 PM ThraggLootrippa
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* EveryoneIsArmed - In this setting, the Japanese gun laws were insanely relaxed in response to ever-increasing levels of crime. This means everyone can legally own and carry firearms at all times.
4th Apr '16 4:57:55 PM ThraggLootrippa
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* ADayInTheLimelight - Even though he's the first character we're introduced to, Kyohei only really has a single episode where he's the focus character.
** And even then, he's the ButtMonkey...

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* ADayInTheLimelight - Even though he's the first character we're introduced to, Kyohei only really has a single episode where he's the focus character.
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character. And even then, he's the ButtMonkey...ButtMonkey.
** Amy's got one to herself, which doesn't involve as much violence as usual. She spends most of the time in [[CyberSpace the Internet]].



* DecoyProtagonist: At first it ''looks'' like Kyohei's the lead but then it very quickly shifts away to the point where he barely appears at all in later episodes.

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* DecoyProtagonist: At first it ''looks'' like Kyohei's the lead lead, but then it very quickly shifts away to the point where he barely appears at all in later episodes.



** Amy as well, seeing as she's eleven years old and the computer girl.



* PowerTattoo - Appears when Jo is in combat. Purple with lighter "shimmering".

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* PowerTattoo - Appears when Jo is in combat.combat, triggering when she's pushed close to death or getting angry. Purple with lighter "shimmering".



* PsychopathicManchild: What Jo amounts to; a cold-hearted assassin who is only really enjoying herself when fighting and who spends all her free time watching ulta-violent movies in an effort to find some way to amuse herself.

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* PsychopathicManchild: What Jo amounts to; a cold-hearted assassin who is only really enjoying herself when fighting and who spends all her free time watching ulta-violent ultra-violent movies in an effort to find some way to amuse herself.
28th Mar '16 10:04:39 AM ThraggLootrippa
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* BigDamnHeroes - While Meg tends to be useless in fights, she pulls through for Jo where it counts. Their partnership started because Meg stopped her from being messily eaten in their younger days.
26th Mar '16 12:14:52 AM ThraggLootrippa
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* AmazonBrigade

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* AmazonBrigadeAmazonBrigade - You've got the main group with one male hanger-on, the biker gang that listens to Takane, and the [[spoiler: Genocide Angels themselves]].



* BaitAndSwitchLesbians - The manga that serves as a prequel to the series has Meg basically out-and-out in love with Jo and desperately wanting to consummate their relationship at any opportunity. This is ''very'' toned down to the point of disappearing by the time the series begins and [[RidiculouslyAverageGuy Kyohei]] is added. And the same episode where we find out that Sei is a MafiaPrincess actually has Meg very interested in the handsome men that have shown up, which leaves her somewhere between this trope and AmbiguouslyBi.

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* BaitAndSwitchLesbians - The manga that serves as a prequel to the series has Meg basically out-and-out in love with Jo and desperately wanting to consummate their relationship at any opportunity. Jo gives some hints that she at, the very least, appreciates Meg's company and support. This is ''very'' toned down to the point of disappearing by the time the series begins and [[RidiculouslyAverageGuy Kyohei]] is added. And the same episode where we find out that Sei is a MafiaPrincess actually has Meg very interested in the handsome men that have shown up, which leaves her somewhere between this trope and AmbiguouslyBi.AmbiguouslyBi.
* BarbieDollAnatomy - Averted right up to the point where this would have made the series AO. The artists did not shy from depicting how everyone wearing skintight clothing being coupled with no-one wearing a bra, reveals that you in fact have nipples. Shocking!



* BigEater - Meg.

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* BigEater - Meg. The habit stems from her earlier days.



* BornWinner: Jo, as far as every other gunman in the story goes. She was hired by Sei because of her 100% success rate as a independant mercenary.

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* BornWinner: Jo, as far as every other gunman in the story goes. She was hired by Sei because of her 100% success rate as a independant independent mercenary.



* TheComicallySerious - A good deal of humor in the series comes from Jo's deadpan reactions to the absurd stuff around her

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* TheComicallySerious - A good deal of humor in the series comes from Jo's deadpan reactions to the absurd stuff around herher.



* CoolBigSis - Sei's role largely boils down to being this.

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* CoolBigSis - Sei's role largely boils down to being this.this, and both her and Meg act this way for Amy.



* CreatureHunterOrganization - RAPT

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* CreatureHunterOrganization - RAPTRAPT. When these glowy brain creatures start getting more public, RAPT officially step in to deal with them.



* NonActionGuy - Kyohei, while talented in the kitchen, is a serious coward.

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* NonActionGuy - Kyohei, while talented in the kitchen, is a serious coward. {{Justified}} in that he's a civilian that never experienced violence before getting roped in as the girls' cook.



* OneWingedAngel

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* OneWingedAngelOneWingedAngel - The later monsters that show up usually pull this off to make things complicated.
* ParentalAbandonment - The main four have this. Meg never talks about where her parents are, beyond a melodramatic aside that someone with her genes shouldn't be in poverty. Amy's aren't mentioned either and she seems to be self-reliant. Jo doesn't remember if she has any, and Sei's got her grandfather without her father and mother showing up.



* SixthRanger - Leo, Takane

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* SequelHook - While unlikely to ever get fulfilled, the ending left a surprisingly subtle one. [[spoiler: When Meg found Jo's scarf in the ruins of R.A.P.T. H.Q., that scarf was ''tied'' to the pole]].
* SixthRanger - Leo, TakaneTakane.



* SociopathicHero - Jo would be classified as dangerously violent in pretty much any society on earth, though she avoids InsaneEqualsViolent.

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* SociopathicHero - Jo would be classified as dangerously violent in pretty much any society on earth, Earth, though she avoids InsaneEqualsViolent.



* TomboyAndGirlyGirl - Jo and Meg
* TheTriadsAndTheTongs - Bai-Lan
* {{Tsundere}} - Meg
* {{Underboobs}} - Sei
* VaporWear: Bras have seem to have gone out of fashion by the time the story starts, as absolutely every woman is clearly not wearing one. Meg has a semi-justified reason revealed in the manga series: her skin is too sensitive to wear too many clothes at once.

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* TomboyAndGirlyGirl - Jo and Meg
Meg.
* TheTriadsAndTheTongs - Bai-Lan
Bai-Lan. They act as a sort of mission control for the main characters, giving them jobs and requests to hopefully fulfill.
* {{Tsundere}} - Meg
Meg. Very quick to distrust absolute strangers, and only really cools off with people she's known after awhile.
* UncertainDoom - [[spoiler: Jo's body wasn't found by Meg in the rubble at the end of the anime]].
* {{Underboobs}} - Sei
Sei, nearly all the time.
* VaporWear: Bras have seem to have gone out of fashion by the time the story starts, as absolutely every woman is clearly not wearing one. Meg has a semi-justified reason revealed in the manga series: her skin is too sensitive to wear too many clothes at once.anything thicker than her normal attire.
2nd Mar '16 9:38:37 AM ThraggLootrippa
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* VaporWear: Most of the women do not bother with this old-fashioned "brassiere" technology in Tokyo apparently. Meg has a semi-justified reason revealed in the manga series: her skin is too sensitive to wear too many clothes at a time.

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* VaporWear: Most Bras have seem to have gone out of fashion by the women do time the story starts, as absolutely every woman is clearly not bother with this old-fashioned "brassiere" technology in Tokyo apparently. wearing one. Meg has a semi-justified reason revealed in the manga series: her skin is too sensitive to wear too many clothes at a time.once.
31st May '15 5:57:13 PM nombretomado
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* SpiritualSuccessor - The plot has certain similarities to ''BubblegumCrisis''.

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* SpiritualSuccessor - The plot has certain similarities to ''BubblegumCrisis''.''Anime/BubblegumCrisis''.
29th May '15 3:09:41 PM StFan
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!! ''Burst Angel'' contains examples of the following tropes:

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!! ''Burst Angel'' contains examples of the following tropes:
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17th Mar '15 1:03:46 PM nombretomado
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** Also of note is the fact that up until this point {{FUNimation}} had tried as hard as possible to avoid doing this in any other shows.

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** Also of note is the fact that up until this point {{FUNimation}} Creator/FUNimation had tried as hard as possible to avoid doing this in any other shows.
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