History Anime / GuiltyCrown

16th Apr '18 2:22:24 PM DoctorDetective
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* BettyAndVeronica:
** Seemingly, Shu (Betty) and Gai (Veronica) for Inori.
** Arguably, [[DoggedNiceGirl Hare]] (Betty) and [[MysteriousWaif Inori]] (Veronica) for Shu as well with possibly [[{{Tsundere}} Ayase]] as the ThirdOptionLoveInterest.
27th Mar '18 4:24:46 PM WillyFourEyes
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In December 2015, Carol from ''Guilty Crown: Lost Christmas'' appeared as a supporting character in a video game called ''Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Duel''.

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In December 2015, Carol from ''Guilty Crown: Lost Christmas'' appeared as a supporting character in a video game called ''Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Duel''.
''VideoGame/NitroplusBlasterzHeroinesInfiniteDuel''.
31st Jan '18 11:47:22 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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** [[spoiler:Gai in Episode 12. No wonder they had to keep him alive. Though it was [[GenreSavvy pretty obvious]] from the beginning it was going to happen around midpoint due to TooCoolToLive[=/=]MentorOccupationalHazard.]]

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** [[spoiler:Gai in Episode 12. No wonder they had to keep him alive. Though it was [[GenreSavvy pretty obvious]] obvious from the beginning it was going to happen around midpoint due to TooCoolToLive[=/=]MentorOccupationalHazard.]]



** Multiple counts, almost all of them on the part of GHQ's professional soldiers. The rifle-armed guards in Episode 6, for instance. They saw one of their squad-mates being killed by a pistol-wielding rebel. If they were already within pistol range, ''why did they jog closer before before returning fire''? Perhaps because they are [[GenreSavvy genre savvy]] enough to realize that [[ImperialStormtrooperMarksmanshipAcademy they needed to be closer to have any chance of hitting their target]]?

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** Multiple counts, almost all of them on the part of GHQ's professional soldiers. The rifle-armed guards in Episode 6, for instance. They saw one of their squad-mates being killed by a pistol-wielding rebel. If they were already within pistol range, ''why did they jog closer before before returning fire''? Perhaps because they are [[GenreSavvy genre savvy]] enough to realize that [[ImperialStormtrooperMarksmanshipAcademy they needed to be closer to have any chance of hitting their target]]?fire''?
24th Nov '17 1:28:25 AM gjjones
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Characters tropes should go on the ''Guilty Crown'' [[Characters/GuiltyCrown character page]] and tropes from specific episodes go on the [[Recap/GuiltyCrown Recap page]].

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Characters '''Please move any character tropes should go on to the ''Guilty Crown'' [[Characters/GuiltyCrown character page]] and any tropes from specific episodes go on to the [[Recap/GuiltyCrown Recap page]].
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5th Jul '17 7:26:46 PM gjjones
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All characters tropes should go on '''the ''Guilty Crown'' [[Characters/GuiltyCrown character pages]]'''.

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All characters Characters tropes should go on '''the the ''Guilty Crown'' [[Characters/GuiltyCrown character pages]]'''.
page]] and tropes from specific episodes go on the [[Recap/GuiltyCrown Recap page]].
7th Feb '17 12:13:42 AM gjjones
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* UnprovokedPervertPayback: In episode 5, Shu is alone in a room wearing only a towel when Ayase suddenly enters, causing him to drop the towel but he tries to cover himself. Ayase's reaction is to give Shu an ArmorPiercingSlap.



* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: [[spoiler:Mana getting infected by the Apocalypse Virus ''and'' Shu rejecting her advances is what causes her to go insane and start Lost Christmas, which ends up dooming Japan]].



* YourTerroristsAreOurFreedomFighters: According to GHQ, Funeral Parlor is a group of ruthless terrorists who keep murdering innocent people and want to make the country a warzone. According to Funeral Parlor, GHQ is an oppressive foreign regime that's [[JustThinkOfThePotential in place more to research the virus than they are to contain it]]. [[EvilVersusEvil They're both right.]]
6th Feb '17 11:52:51 PM gjjones
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* AdamAndEvePlot: What Da'ath had intended for [[spoiler: Mana and whomever she]] chose to be her "Adam".



* AncientConspiracy: [[spoiler:Daath, a secret organisation devoted to manipulating the world from the shadows, ushering in the evolutionary rebirth of mankind, and [[ItMakesSenseInContext making sure that Shu Ouma doesn't boink his sister]].]]



* AssimilationPlot: Daath's ultimate reason for instigating the Apocalypse.



** More straight forward example when [[spoiler: Yuu says that Lost Christmas is the Earth's Fourth Apocalypse]].



* KarmaHoudini: [[spoiler:Arisa.]]
6th Feb '17 11:40:07 PM gjjones
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* {{BFS}}: Inori's Void.



* BrownNote: [[spoiler: Inori can cure the Apocalypse Virus by singing. The crystal resonance sound itself is more of a BrownNote, activating the Apocalypse Virus.]]



* DefeatMeansFriendship: A {{Deconstruction}} with dramatic effect, and a recurring theme. Over time, Shu has to learn that he cannot trust anyone, even those who he already made friends with. Episode 3 ends with Shu doing the wrong idea of trusting the enemy and Episode 5 forces him to rethink his relationship with Inori, both of whom he befriended after their secrets were revealed.



* DemotedToExtra: Shu appears as a minor character in ''Princess of Deadpool''.



** [[spoiler:Shu's leadership after becoming the StudentCouncilPresident of Tennouzu High School]] may bring to mind UsefulNotes/JosefStalin's dictatorship of the Soviet Union.



* TheDulcineaEffect: {{Double subverted}}. Shu wants to help Inori when she gets captured, and though he doesn't feel capable, he ends up going back for her.



* LaserGuidedKarma:
** [[spoiler:In return for treating all the students like crap, Shu is quickly and promptly ousted by Arisa once the students no longer need his power to help them escape the quarantine zone.]]
** [[spoiler:And for betraying Shu after he helped them escape the quarantine zone, the students are killed by Gai's Endlaves and the UN bombers.]]

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* LaserGuidedKarma:
** [[spoiler:In return for treating all the students like crap, Shu is quickly and promptly ousted by Arisa once the students no longer need his power to help them escape the quarantine zone.]]
** [[spoiler:And for
LaserGuidedKarma: [[spoiler:For betraying Shu after he helped them escape the quarantine zone, the students are killed by Gai's Endlaves and the UN bombers.]]



* MercyKill:
** [[spoiler:Gai shoots Kyo in Episode 6 after she is mortally wounded.]]
** [[spoiler:Shu pulls this on Jun in Episode 9, and on Gai and Mana in Episode 12.]]



* RoaringRampageOfRevenge: Shu goes on one [[spoiler:after Hare is killed by the Anti Bodies]]. The entire scene seems to be a remake of [[Anime/RebuildOfEvangelion Rebuild of Evangelion's battle between EVA-01 and Zeruel]]. It's not a nice sight, especially considering it started with the biggest TearJerker in the show so far.



* ShootTheDog: [[spoiler:Shu does this Jun in the climax of Episode 9, at Jun's request, using Yahiro's Void. He later does this to Gai and Mana in Episode 12.]]
6th Feb '17 11:25:01 PM gjjones
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* FiveBadBand: The GHQ officers.
** GreaterScopeVillain[=/=]TheManBehindTheMan: [[spoiler: Yu or Daath, if they're both the same person.]]
** BigBad: Shuichiro, being the the one in command of the Anti Bodies and operation against Funeral Parlor, he is also the one behind [[spoiler: the resurrection of Mana with Yuu's help]]. Later on, [[spoiler:Gai takes over the role]].
** TheDragon: Commander Yan, who was [[spoiler: formerly]] the officer commanding the GHQ.
** EvilGenius: Segai, being TheChessmaster and using several other plans against Funeral Parlor.
** TheBrute: Daryl, owning an AceCustom Endlave, despite losing it very early.
** TheDarkChick: Haruka Ouma, being Shu's [[spoiler: step]]mother
** TokenGoodTeammate: [[{{Eagleland}} Dan Eagleman]], who could also count as another [[TheDarkChick Dark Chick]] due to his energy.
6th Feb '17 11:15:24 PM gjjones
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In December 2015, Carol from ''Guilty Crown: Lost Christmas'' is set to appear as a supporting character in a video game called ''Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Duel''.

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In December 2015, Carol from ''Guilty Crown: Lost Christmas'' is set to appear appeared as a supporting character in a video game called ''Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Duel''.



All characters tropes should go on '''the ''Guilty Crown'' [[Characters/GuiltyCrown character pages]]'''.



* BackToBackBadasses: Shu and Ayase in Episode 13 after kicking ass.

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* BackToBackBadasses: Shu and Ayase work together to help stop the GHQ forces in Episode 13 after kicking ass.13.



* BeingEvilSucks: Shu learns this the hard way [[spoiler:after becoming the StudentCouncilPresident]].



* DisabledLoveInterest: Ayase - painfully obvious in Gai's case, constantly hinted on [[spoiler: but never followed on]] with Shu.



* EqualOpportunityEvil: One of the terrorists is a girl in a wheelchair.



* ForTheEvulz: GHQ's pointless massacre in Episode 1 and 2, and an open-air execution or two later on. Both were counter-productive insofar as they did nothing to endear the organisation to the natives, but the first was particularly egregious given that they could've spent their time and effort actually searching for the Void Genome instead.



* {{Gainaxing}}: Ayase, whenever her remotely controlled mecha is hit hard.



* ImperialStormtrooperMarksmanshipAcademy: All GHQ personnel. ''Especially'' the [[ShortRangeLongRangeWeapon professional]] [[TheGuardsMustBeCrazy soldiers]].



* KillEmAll:
** GHQ's ultimate solution to the Apocalypse Virus problem... [[UnreliableExpositor according to Gai, anyway]].
** The United Nations [[spoiler:finally gets tired of trying to fix Japan after find out Keido has been covering things up and votes to save themselves the trouble and just exterminate Japan.]]

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* KillEmAll:
** GHQ's ultimate solution to the Apocalypse Virus problem... [[UnreliableExpositor according to Gai, anyway]].
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KillEmAll: The United Nations [[spoiler:finally gets tired of trying to fix Japan after find out Keido has been covering things up and votes to save themselves the trouble and just exterminate Japan.]]



* NiceJobBreakingItHero:
** [[spoiler:Shu's rejection of Mana's incestuous advances 10 years ago ensured that she would cause the Lost Christmas event]].
** Souta plans to prove to Shu that "F"-rank Void users aren't useless [[spoiler:end up causing Hare's death and that convinced Shu that low-rank Void users aren't worth saving!]]
** Yahiro's Void ranking system idea is the indirect cause of [[spoiler: Souta and the "F"-rank Void users attempting to prove themselves, Hare getting killed, and Shu's StartOfDarkness]]. [[SarcasmMode Good work there]].
** Arisa's plan [[spoiler: to usurp Shu not only left everyone completely defenseless when GHQ showed up after you thought the battle was over, but also gave someone that clearly CameBackWrong the chance to steal the Void Genome]].



* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: [[spoiler:Haruka]] pulls this in episode 19. [[spoiler:She]] defects from the GHQ, steals a motorcycle and makes a quick getaway [[spoiler:to reunite with Funeral Parlor and Shu]].



* WellIntentionedExtremist: While the [=GHQ=]'s methods may seem harsh, they point out that they were necessary to quell the chaos of the Apocalypse Virus, and that the people they target are those who refuse to be inoculated against it.
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