History Anime / LibraryWar

26th Dec '17 4:23:57 PM nombretomado
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** In Episode 6, several members of the Defense Force are tasked with retrieving a copy of a heavily-censored book. While the title of the book is ''505K'', the description is obviously that of ''{{Fahrenheit 451}}''. Considering that the book in their world is referred to as the ''Book of Prophecy'', perhaps {{Some Anvils Need To Be Dropped}}. [[DontExplainTheJoke 505K is ~ 451 °F]][[spoiler:505K is ~ 446°F. 506K = 451.4°F]]

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** In Episode 6, several members of the Defense Force are tasked with retrieving a copy of a heavily-censored book. While the title of the book is ''505K'', the description is obviously that of ''{{Fahrenheit 451}}''.''Literature/Fahrenheit451''. Considering that the book in their world is referred to as the ''Book of Prophecy'', perhaps {{Some Anvils Need To Be Dropped}}. [[DontExplainTheJoke 505K is ~ 451 °F]][[spoiler:505K is ~ 446°F. 506K = 451.4°F]]
31st Aug '17 1:25:24 AM HalcyonDayz
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* BloodlessCarnage: Seriously, this must be the cleanest civil war ever. Few people are actually killed by the series' ATeamFiring; most are only injured or knocked unconscious. It's justified for several reasons. Both sides wear SWAT/riot police/military-grade body armor[[note]]the MBC appear to be wearing SWAT gear, while the LDF are wearing what appears to be JGSDF-issue[[/note]], but both sides have very few high-caliber firearms that can effectively punch through it - most engagements are conducted with 9mm submachineguns[[note]]MP5s for the MBC and Mineaba M9s for the LDF[[/note]]. This means that being shot will undoubtedly be painful, but rarely outright lethal. The system implemented for what is and is not kosher in these firefights seems to have been ''designed'' to minimize actual human casualties. Also, as with modern warfare, most rounds are being fired to ''suppress'' the opposition, instead of being intended to kill.

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* BloodlessCarnage: Seriously, this must be the cleanest civil war ever. Few people are actually killed by the series' ATeamFiring; most are only injured or knocked unconscious. It's justified for several reasons. Both sides wear SWAT/riot police/military-grade body armor[[note]]the MBC appear to be wearing SWAT gear, while the LDF are wearing what appears to be JGSDF-issue[[/note]], but both sides have very few high-caliber firearms that can effectively punch through it - most engagements are conducted with 9mm submachineguns[[note]]MP5s submachineguns[[note]][=MP5s=] for the MBC and Mineaba M9s for the LDF[[/note]]. This means that being shot will undoubtedly be painful, but rarely outright lethal. The system implemented for what is and is not kosher in these firefights seems to have been ''designed'' to minimize actual human casualties. Also, as with modern warfare, most rounds are being fired to ''suppress'' the opposition, instead of being intended to kill.
23rd Aug '17 2:02:48 PM TristanJeremiah
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* RightBehindMe: In the first chapter of the manga, Kasahara calls Dojo a "Mean shorty" and he overhears it.
16th Jul '17 6:41:04 AM Ominae
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''Library War'' (図書館戦争, ''Toshokan Sensō'' in Japanese) is an award-wining Light-Novel series that was later adapted as an [[TwelveEpisodeAnime anime]] and an ongoing manga series. A live action film was released on April 27, 2013. The manga and anime adaptations were licensed by Viz Media and Discotek for the English-speaking audience.

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''Library War'' (図書館戦争, ''Toshokan Sensō'' in Japanese) is an award-wining Light-Novel series that was later adapted as an [[TwelveEpisodeAnime anime]] and an ongoing manga series. A live action film series was released on April 27, 2013.2013, starring Nana Eikura and Junichi Okada. The manga and anime adaptations were licensed by Viz Media and Discotek for the English-speaking audience.
9th Apr '17 6:46:22 PM nombretomado
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** In movie Eiga Toshokan Sensou: From Dojo remarked: "[[SayonaraZetsubouSensei Absurdity of this world has thrown me into despair]] ."

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** In movie Eiga Toshokan Sensou: From Dojo remarked: "[[SayonaraZetsubouSensei "[[Manga/SayonaraZetsubouSensei Absurdity of this world has thrown me into despair]] ."
28th Jan '17 9:11:58 PM MiinU
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*GirlNextDoor: Kasahara's appearance is plain and somewhat boyish, befitting [[OneOfTheBoys her personality.]] She's also frank about how she sees things, particularly [[BelligerentSexualTension when it comes to Dojou]] constantly being on her case.
5th Dec '16 12:19:47 PM ChaoticNovelist
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* BloodlessCarnage: Seriously, this must be the cleanest civil war ever. Few people are actually killed by the series' ATeamFiring; most are only injured or knocked unconscious.
** It's actually justified: Both sides wear SWAT/riot police/military-grade body armor[[note]]the MBC appear to be wearing SWAT gear, while the LDF are wearing what appears to be JGSDF-issue[[/note]], but both sides have very few high-caliber firearms that can effectively punch through it - most engagements are conducted with 9mm submachineguns[[note]]MP5s for the MBC and Mineaba M9s for the LDF[[/note]]. This means that being shot will undoubtedly be painful, but rarely outright lethal. The system implemented for what is and is not kosher in these firefights seems to have been ''designed'' to minimize actual human casualties.
** Also, as with modern warfare, most rounds are being fired to ''suppress'' the opposition, instead of being intended to kill.
** Subverted with the Hino Massacre.
* BoisterousBruiser: Genda, big time.

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* BloodlessCarnage: Seriously, this must be the cleanest civil war ever. Few people are actually killed by the series' ATeamFiring; most are only injured or knocked unconscious.
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unconscious. It's actually justified: justified for several reasons. Both sides wear SWAT/riot police/military-grade body armor[[note]]the MBC appear to be wearing SWAT gear, while the LDF are wearing what appears to be JGSDF-issue[[/note]], but both sides have very few high-caliber firearms that can effectively punch through it - most engagements are conducted with 9mm submachineguns[[note]]MP5s for the MBC and Mineaba M9s for the LDF[[/note]]. This means that being shot will undoubtedly be painful, but rarely outright lethal. The system implemented for what is and is not kosher in these firefights seems to have been ''designed'' to minimize actual human casualties.
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casualties. Also, as with modern warfare, most rounds are being fired to ''suppress'' the opposition, instead of being intended to kill.
** Subverted with the [[spoiler: Hino Massacre.
Massacre.]]
* BoisterousBruiser: Genda, big time.Genda.



** The novel explains this a bit more -- because the university Iku went to didn't offer the classes she needed to qualify for a library job, she had to take night school courses on the side. (That said, she's still not a great student.)

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** The novel explains this a bit more -- because the university Iku went to didn't offer the classes she needed to qualify for a library job, she had to take night school courses on the side. (That said, she's She's still not a great student.)



* DeadpanSnarker: Tezuka and Doujo when he's not screaming.

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* %%* DeadpanSnarker: Tezuka and Doujo when he's not screaming.



* EverybodyLives: [[spoiler: Despite a fierce battle in which there are casualties on both sides, none of the main cast die. However, Genda is seriously injured, and medically retired with a two-rank promotion, the Kanto Library commander resigns, and Doujo is temporarily afflicted with memory loss.]]
** [[spoiler: The latter is an only-anime thing, since in the novels the one who confronts the crazy director, Sugahara, is the branch supervisor Yokota, who gets serious burn injuries. Though thankfully he also lives.]]



* HimeCut: Shibasaki



* MyBelovedSmother: Kasahara's overprotective mother just wants her to be a girly girl; to be pretty and sweet and to do quiet, ''safe'', girly activities. And if that requires forcing her daughter to leave her beloved but dangerous job, or give up her inappropriate dreams, then so be it.

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* MyBelovedSmother: Kasahara's overprotective mother just wants her to be a girly girl; GirlyGirl; to be pretty and sweet and to do quiet, ''safe'', girly activities. And if that requires forcing her daughter to leave her beloved but dangerous job, or give up her inappropriate dreams, then so be it.



** In the {{Anvilicious}} Episode 6, several members of the Defense Force are tasked with retrieving a copy of a heavily-censored book. While the title of the book is ''505K'', the description is quite obviously that of ''{{Fahrenheit 451}}''. Considering that the book in their world is referred to as the ''Book of Prophecy'', perhaps {{Some Anvils Need To Be Dropped}}. [[DontExplainTheJoke 505K is ~ 451 °F]][[spoiler:505K is ~ 446°F. 506K = 451.4°F]]

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** In the {{Anvilicious}} In Episode 6, several members of the Defense Force are tasked with retrieving a copy of a heavily-censored book. While the title of the book is ''505K'', the description is quite obviously that of ''{{Fahrenheit 451}}''. Considering that the book in their world is referred to as the ''Book of Prophecy'', perhaps {{Some Anvils Need To Be Dropped}}. [[DontExplainTheJoke 505K is ~ 451 °F]][[spoiler:505K is ~ 446°F. 506K = 451.4°F]]



* TheSquadette[=/=]{{Tomboy}}: Kasahara.

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* TheSquadette[=/=]{{Tomboy}}: TheSquadette: Kasahara.
24th Jan '16 2:37:04 PM Morgenthaler
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* KaijuDefenseForce: The JSDF is said to be staying out of the conflict, and some Library Task Force members remark they have more range and combat time than the JSDF. There are implications, however, that the JSDF is sympathetic to the LTF, given that the LTF's equipment is almost identical to the JSDF, in their weapons, personal kit, and vehicles.
11th Jun '15 5:33:41 AM StFan
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''Library War'' (図書館戦争, ''Toshokan Sensō'' in Japanese) is an award wining Light-Novel series that was later adapted as an [[TwelveEpisodeAnime anime]] and an ongoing manga series. A live action film was released on April 27, 2013. The manga and anime adaptations were licensed by Viz Media and Discotek for the English-speaking audience.

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''Library War'' (図書館戦争, ''Toshokan Sensō'' in Japanese) is an award wining award-wining Light-Novel series that was later adapted as an [[TwelveEpisodeAnime anime]] and an ongoing manga series. A live action film was released on April 27, 2013. The manga and anime adaptations were licensed by Viz Media and Discotek for the English-speaking audience.



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8th Apr '15 5:01:36 AM Ominae
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''Library War'' (図書館戦争, ''Toshokan Sensō'' in Japanese) is an award wining Light-Novel series that was later adapted as an [[TwelveEpisodeAnime anime]] and an ongoing manga series. A live action film was released on April 27, 2013.

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''Library War'' (図書館戦争, ''Toshokan Sensō'' in Japanese) is an award wining Light-Novel series that was later adapted as an [[TwelveEpisodeAnime anime]] and an ongoing manga series. A live action film was released on April 27, 2013.
2013. The manga and anime adaptations were licensed by Viz Media and Discotek for the English-speaking audience.



As the series goes on, she begins to improve in her duties, and she even finds out more about the mysterious "princely" figure that inspired her all those years ago...

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As the series goes on, she begins to improve in her duties, and she even finds out more about the mysterious "princely" figure that inspired her all those years ago...
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