History Anime / LittleWitchAcademia

22nd Aug '17 5:47:45 AM Meso
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** Netflix actually rates this show as Y7, despite Amanda's swearing, the AlmostKiss in episode 8 and the darker tones in later episodes, which sadly, seems to go beyond AnimationAgeGhetto, which is rather uncharacteristic of Netflix.
20th Aug '17 4:53:22 PM ScrewySqrl
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* GroundhogDayLoop: In the game, everyone is repeating the same day over and over, but no one else is aware, except Akko and her friends.
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19th Aug '17 4:18:14 PM Merlyn_LeRoy
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* PeekABangs: Sucy
18th Aug '17 7:27:12 AM name_my_say
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* AdultsAreUseless: Most prominently when Diana discovers the school was scammed for centuries by a contract written in a language none of the professors could read. The adults are generally incapable of doing anything other than teaching and scolding, although Ursula occasionally gets to do something (other than being Shiny Chariot), such as when she saves Akko and Andrew from a rampaging bear.

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* AdultsAreUseless: Most prominently when Diana [[spoiler:Diana discovers the school was scammed for centuries by a contract written in a language none of the professors could read. read.]] The adults are generally incapable of doing anything other than teaching and scolding, although Ursula occasionally gets to do something (other than being Shiny Chariot), something, such as when [[spoiler:when she saves Akko and Andrew from a rampaging bear.bear]].
17th Aug '17 1:01:28 PM Jokubas
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* InvincibleVillain: [[spoiler:Croix]]. She claims pretty much everything that happens after she is introduced is part of her plan (and she claims she was observing the events prior to her introduction), despite the sheer amount of [[ContrivedCoincidence coincidences]] and [[PoorCommunicationKills lack of communication]] that was required to keep her and her plan safe. By the time anyone tries to seriously confront her, it's too late and the BigDamnHeroes moment is subverted. Even at the end, she essentially [[AntiClimaxBoss defeats herself]], and while the final conflict is a result of her actions, it was never part of her plan and even she wants it stopped.

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* InvincibleVillain: [[spoiler:Croix]]. She claims pretty much everything that happens after she is introduced is part of her plan (and she claims she was observing the events prior to her introduction), despite the sheer amount of [[ContrivedCoincidence coincidences]] and [[PoorCommunicationKills lack of communication]] that was required to keep her and her plan safe. By the time anyone tries to seriously confront her, it's too late and the BigDamnHeroes moment is subverted. Even at the end, she essentially [[AntiClimaxBoss [[HoistByHisOwnPetard defeats herself]], and while the final conflict is a result of her actions, it was never part of her plan and even she wants it stopped.
17th Aug '17 12:59:35 PM Jokubas
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: In episode 1 Avery (the witch with blue hair and hair decorations) was part of a trio with Hannah and Barbara and spoke directly to Akko. Not only she didn't interact with any of them afterwards, but she was pretty much reduced to a background character with no lines. Also, among the faculty in the same episode, there were some unnamed non-speaking teachers that never appeared again after the presentation.

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: In episode 1 1, Avery (the witch with blue hair and hair decorations) decorations), was part of a trio with Hannah and Barbara and spoke directly to Akko. Not only did she didn't not interact with any of them afterwards, but she was pretty much reduced to a background character with no lines. Also, among the faculty in the same episode, there were some unnamed unnamed, non-speaking teachers that never appeared again after the presentation.
17th Aug '17 12:58:11 PM Jokubas
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* InvincibleVillain: [[spoiler:Croix]]. She claims pretty much everything that happens after she is introduced is part of her plan (and she claims she was observing the events prior to her introduction), despite the sheer amount of [[ContrivedCoincidence coincidences]] and [[PoorCommunicationKills lack of communication]] that was required to keep her and her plan safe. By the time anyone tries to seriously confront her, it's too late and the BigDamnHeroes moment is subverted. Even at the end, she essentially [[AntiClimaxBoss defeats herself]], and while the final conflict is a result of her actions, it was never part of her plan and even she wants it stopped.
17th Aug '17 12:45:53 PM Jokubas
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** On top of characters just [[PoorCommunicationKills not telling other character important things]], the second half of the series also relies on a lot of these. Ursula's attempts to tell her side of the story are always conveniently interrupted. Also, while it's something [[spoiler:Croix]] might have ''hoped'' for, it's awfully convenient that Ursula was out of the plot ''exactly'' long enough to not be around to see and tell anyone that the danger that [[spoiler:Croix]] saved everyone from was clearly manufactured by her to begin with.
17th Aug '17 12:09:40 PM Jokubas
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* PoorCommunicationKills: Pretty much the entire second half of the series happens because Ursula refuses to tell anyone else about what she knows about [[spoiler:Croix]] and all the really sketchy stuff going on. We learn about some guilt she has to explain why it takes her so much effort to try to admit things to Akko (just in time to always get interrupted), but considering that her guilt involves the consequences of what might be happening again, it really stands out that she never bothers to say anything until [[spoiler:it's too late to make a difference]].
17th Aug '17 11:57:20 AM Jokubas
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** Also, at the end, it's revealed that both Akko and Diana [[spoiler:had their magic potential stolen at a young age]], so the only reason Diana is better at magic than TheChosenOne is because hard work ''actually'' worked.
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