History Anime / DennouCoil

23rd Jul '17 4:37:32 AM Pavlov
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* TwoScenesOneDialogue: Happens quite a few times in the later episodes,often involving Tamako.

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* TwoScenesOneDialogue: Happens quite a few times in the later episodes,often episodes, often involving Tamako.
23rd Jul '17 4:36:01 AM Pavlov
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* ShrinesAndTemples: Daikoku city has quite a lot of these -- handy, since Searchieis forbidden from entering them.

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* ShrinesAndTemples: Daikoku city has quite a lot of these -- handy, since Searchieis Searchie is forbidden from entering them.
23rd Jul '17 4:35:08 AM Pavlov
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* ShoutOut: Most ''everyone'' ([[CrowningMomentOfAwesome even Searchieat the end!]]) uses [[LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya Mikuru beams]], even if they call them megane-beams.

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* ShoutOut: ShoutOut:
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Most ''everyone'' ([[CrowningMomentOfAwesome even Searchieat the end!]]) uses [[LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya Mikuru beams]], even if they call them megane-beams.
16th Feb '17 7:04:25 AM darkabomination
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!!This show provides examples of:

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!!This show provides examples of:
!!According to rumours on the net, there is a list of trope examples:



* ArtificialStupidity: In-universe, the Searchies reason for trying to wipe out any data in the old E-spaces, regardless if it's actually outdated or not. Even the less experienced children note how dumb they are. They're still a massive pain to deal with, and potentially very dangerous if they're in groups.



* BeamSpam: Satchii's ultimate attack mode. That it's virtual doesn't make it any less frightening, considering the setting.
* BeardOfEvil: An illegal ''beard'' shows up halfway through the show. It's infectious. And sentient. Then the kids find them building their own civilizations. [[spoiler:The different characters' beards eventually start digi-nuclear warfare with each other using [[MakesSenseInContext Inter-Facial Ballistic Missiles]]. We couldn't make this up if we tried]]. They eventually perform [[spoiler:a collective HeelFaceTurn after the ensuing holocaust]].

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* BeamSpam: Satchii's The Searchies' ultimate attack mode. That it's virtual doesn't make it any less frightening, considering the setting.
* BeardOfEvil: An illegal ''beard'' shows Illegal beards show up halfway through the show. It's infectious. And sentient. Then the kids find them building their own civilizations. [[spoiler:The different characters' beards eventually start digi-nuclear warfare with each other using [[MakesSenseInContext Inter-Facial Ballistic Missiles]]. We couldn't make this up if we tried]]. They eventually perform [[spoiler:a collective HeelFaceTurn after the ensuing holocaust]].



* BreatherEpisode
* ButtMonkey: Daichi goes through more [[strike:hilarious]] unnecessary suffering than anyone else.

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* BreatherEpisode
BreatherEpisode: The episodes involving Fumie's back-and-forth spats with Daichi are very lighthearted and reduce Isako to minimal appearances.
* BrokenRecord: "HI! I'm Searchie! Nice to meet ya!"
* ButtMonkey: Daichi goes through more [[strike:hilarious]] unnecessary suffering than anyone else.



* {{Catchphrase}}: Yasako's "According to rumours on the net...", and the Searchies' BrokenRecord of a greeting.



* CherryBlossoms



* CombiningMecha: Satchii and the "Kyuu-chan" drones

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* CombiningMecha: Satchii and the "Kyuu-chan" drones



* DangerousForbiddenTechnique: [[spoiler:Imago, which enhances the already-awesome capabilities of the glasses with a {{Technopath}}ic UnusualUserInterface - you can manipulate Space with exponentially greater effect and without performing any outward physical actions. [[PowerAtAPrice Price tag]]: getting hit with metatags or Satchii's format beam normally [[DeathIsASlapOnTheWrist just wrecks your personal data.]] Imago users suffer ''[[YourMindMakesItReal brain damage and heart disease.]]'' The developers actually ''sealed'' Imago like an unwanted application for this very reason, and even [[TheCracker Isako]] explicitly warns Yasako not to overuse it, or else risk death.]]

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* DangerousForbiddenTechnique: [[spoiler:Imago, which enhances the already-awesome capabilities of the glasses with a {{Technopath}}ic UnusualUserInterface - you can manipulate Space with exponentially greater effect and without performing any outward physical actions. [[PowerAtAPrice Price tag]]: getting hit with metatags or Satchii's format a Searchie formatting beam normally [[DeathIsASlapOnTheWrist just wrecks your personal data.]] Imago users suffer ''[[YourMindMakesItReal brain damage and heart disease.]]'' The developers actually ''sealed'' Imago like an unwanted application for this very reason, and even [[TheCracker Isako]] explicitly warns Yasako not to overuse it, or else risk death.]]



* FluffyTamer: Tamako, who controls the Satchiis and Kyuu-chans, gives them affectionate pet names, and even treats them as pets as much as servants.

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* FluffyTamer: Tamako, who controls the Satchiis Searchies and Kyuu-chans, gives them affectionate pet names, and even treats them as pets as much as servants.



* ImplacableMan: Satchii, at least from the protagonists' point of view.

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* ImplacableMan: Satchii, Searchies, at least from the protagonists' point of view.



* InstantRunes: The metatags seem to function a lot like this, even though the setting is non-magical.
** Subverted with Isako who actually draws patterns that perform all kinds of functions, like dealing with Satchii.
** Manifested later on with [[spoiler:[[DangerousForbiddenTechnique Imago]]]].
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Daichi in the end.

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* InstantRunes: The metatags seem to function a lot like this, even though the setting is non-magical. \n** Subverted with Isako who actually draws patterns that perform all kinds of functions, like dealing with Satchii.
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Searchies. Manifested later on with [[spoiler:[[DangerousForbiddenTechnique Imago]]]].
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Daichi in the end.end, especially after taking training from his dad, letting him deal with the bullies that had made the kids' lives hell for some time.



* KillerRabbit: ''Boku Satchii!''

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* KillerRabbit: ''Boku Satchii!''"HI! I'm Searchie! Nice to meet ya!"



* TheLoad: Kyoko, most of the time.
** Picture [[Anime/MyNeighborTotoro Mei-chan]] with poop jokes. And lasers.

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* TheLoad: Kyoko, most of the time.
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time. Picture [[Anime/MyNeighborTotoro Mei-chan]] with poop jokes. And lasers.



* ShoutOut: Most ''everyone'' ([[CrowningMomentOfAwesome even Satchii at the end!]]) uses [[LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya Mikuru beams]], even if they call them megane-beams.

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* ShoutOut: Most ''everyone'' ([[CrowningMomentOfAwesome even Satchii at Searchieat the end!]]) uses [[LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya Mikuru beams]], even if they call them megane-beams.



* ShrinesAndTemples: Daikoku city has quite a lot of these -- handy, since Satchii is forbidden from entering them.

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* ShrinesAndTemples: Daikoku city has quite a lot of these -- handy, since Satchii is Searchieis forbidden from entering them.



* TakingYouWithMe: [[spoiler: In the last episode, Tama Kamikaze-dives with a Nekome-controlled Satchii 2.0 in negative space.]]

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* TakingYouWithMe: [[spoiler: In the last episode, Tama Kamikaze-dives with a Nekome-controlled Satchii 2.Searchie2.0 in negative space.]]



* {{Wham Episode}}: Episode 21. Holy crap episode 21.




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31st Dec '16 6:02:45 PM darkabomination
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* BeardOfEvil: Kinda-example: An illegal ''beard'' shows up halfway through the show. It's infectious. And ''sentient''. [[spoiler:The different characters' beards eventually start digi-nuclear warfare with each other using [[CrowningMomentOfFunny Inter-Facial Ballistic Missiles]]. I couldn't make this up if I tried.]]
** Even performs a HeelFaceTurn after the ensuing holocaust.
** [[spoiler:The only thing is that the episode becomes a completely anvilicious author tract about war.]]

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* BeardOfEvil: Kinda-example: An illegal ''beard'' shows up halfway through the show. It's infectious. And ''sentient''. sentient. Then the kids find them building their own civilizations. [[spoiler:The different characters' beards eventually start digi-nuclear warfare with each other using [[CrowningMomentOfFunny [[MakesSenseInContext Inter-Facial Ballistic Missiles]]. I We couldn't make this up if I tried.]]
** Even performs a
we tried]]. They eventually perform [[spoiler:a collective HeelFaceTurn after the ensuing holocaust.
** [[spoiler:The only thing is that the episode becomes a completely anvilicious author tract about war.]]
holocaust]].


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* CentralTheme:
** The biggest one is the emotional distance between people. Be it lying, masking your feelings, lack of communication, or overuse of the glasses dulling your sense of reality, these paths between us shape how we interact with others, but there's a chance to cross that gap and reestablish emotional bonds if we're willing to try.
** The dead still influence the living, even if they're gone. Remembering them gives us a connection with the departed, but it must not be your only connection, and if it grows too strong or is twisted, it will cause nothing but suffering until they learn to move on.
31st Dec '16 5:47:53 PM darkabomination
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* ActionGirl: Isako, who at one point foils a spam attack by another classmate without even lifting a finger. [[spoiler:Yasako gets here in the last few episodes.]]



* {{Badass}}: Isako, who at one point foils a spam attack by another classmate without even lifting a finger. [[spoiler:Yasako gets here in the last few episodes.]]
12th Dec '16 8:58:18 PM arkryoga
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''Dennou Coil'' could be described as "''Anime/GhostInTheShellStandAloneComplex'' meets Creator/HayaoMiyazaki"; an extremely charming, high-quality story of children, for children, in a sci-fi setting designed to display the effects of this new technology that still manages to keep some 'magical' aspects. Despite winning several prizes, reaching cult hit status and being critically considered to be one of the best anime of 2007, [[http://www.japanator.com/denno-coil-app-is-both-great-and-awful-18712.phtml#ext the series was only licensed in 2011]] by Tokuma Shoten for use in an [=iPhone=] app (since discontinued) and (after much negotiation) for DVD release in Australia.

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''Dennou Coil'' could be described as "''Anime/GhostInTheShellStandAloneComplex'' meets Creator/HayaoMiyazaki"; an extremely charming, high-quality story of children, for children, in a sci-fi setting designed to display the effects of this new technology that still manages to keep some 'magical' aspects. Despite winning several prizes, reaching cult hit status and being critically considered to be one of the best anime of 2007, [[http://www.japanator.com/denno-coil-app-is-both-great-and-awful-18712.phtml#ext the series was only licensed in 2011]] by Tokuma Shoten for use in an [=iPhone=] app (since discontinued) and (after much negotiation) for DVD release in Australia.
Australia. It finally got a North American release in 2016 (under the title ''Den-noh Coil'') by Creator/SentaiFilmworks under its Maiden Japan label.
15th Feb '16 11:22:23 PM RAMChYLD
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* GeniusBonus: ''Dennou'' is the archaic Japanese term for ''Computer'' that has long fallen out of use. It literally means "electronic brain".
15th Feb '16 11:21:59 PM RAMChYLD
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* BilingualBonus: ''Dennou'' is the archaic Japanese term for ''Computer'' that has long fallen out of use. It literally means "electronic brain".


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* GeniusBonus: ''Dennou'' is the archaic Japanese term for ''Computer'' that has long fallen out of use. It literally means "electronic brain".
27th Jan '16 10:20:44 PM Prfnoff
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''Dennou Coil'' ('''''電脳コイル''''', ''Cyber Coil'' in English), also known as ''Coil -- A Circle of Children'', is an AnimeFirst sci-fi series animated by Creator/{{Madhouse}} and made its original run on Japanese television in 2007.

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''Dennou Coil'' ('''''電脳コイル''''', ''Cyber Coil'' in English), also known as ''Coil -- A Circle of Children'', is an AnimeFirst sci-fi series animated by Creator/{{Madhouse}} and made its original run on Japanese television Creator/{{NHK}} in 2007.
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