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->''"A long time ago, the evil Giri, who controlled devilish black magic, attempted to dominate the world and unleashed many monsters. Confronted by a formidable enemy, the Kodai Kingdom asked for the help of a Dark Magic User from a particular tribe and succeeded in sealing off Giri. However, after 300 years, the evil Giri is now freed from the seal and once again threatens the world. To rid the world of this terror, the chosen Hero and Magic User began their long and tough adventure."''
-->--'''Episode Prologue'''

When the King of Kodai makes a proclamation demanding a hero come forward, a village man Bado sends his son Nike to see the local witch so he can take up the call. The witch tells Nike that to combat Giri he needs the power of the magic of "Guru Guru" which the Migu Migu tribe alone could use. Fortunately, it just so happens that the witch has been raising the last of the Migu Migu, Kukuri, in secret. Together, the reluctant Nike and naive Kukuri set out to face the evil Giri.

''Mahoujin Guru Guru'' (''Magical Circle Guru Guru'') is a 45 episode anime series that follows Kukuri and Nike's adventures. There is also a 38 episode sequel series, ''Doki Doki Densetsu Mahoujin Guru Guru.'' Together, these two anime cover eleven volumes of a sixteen volume manga.

The real ''manga'' sequel, ''Mahoujin Guru Guru 2'', has started serialization in Creator/SquareEnix' ''Gangan Online'' since November 2012.

A new anime adaptation began airing in 2017, and they're starting from scratch rather than continuing from where the previous 2 series left off.

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!!This series features examples of:

* AccidentalPervert: Inverted and Lampshaded when Kukuri and another girl walk in on guys changing clothes.
* AdaptationDyeJob: The original anime gave Geil and Ena dark brown and purple hair respectively. The 2017 series brightens Geil's hair and turns Ena's pink.
* AlternativeForeignThemeSong: The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5n0RUWeRtAo Latin American]], [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5FlLennO0ik Arabic]] and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3eImYA5O2EY Italian]] dubs have completely different intros from the Japanese version
* ArtEvolution: Having been around for 25 years (as of this writing) [[http://dic.nicovideo.jp/oekaki/14657.png Hiroyuki]] [[http://image.itmedia.co.jp/nl/articles/1702/03/fsfigurugururm01.jpg Eto's]] [[https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/51B2KE0DM9L._SX301_BO1,204,203,200_.jpg art style]] [[https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/6139aH2XaAL._SX349_BO1,204,203,200_.jpg has changed]] [[https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/51vOy3lzwAL._SX351_BO1,204,203,200_.jpg drastically]] [[http://caramelsource.net/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/guruguru2.jpg over the years]].
* ArtShift: The 2017 series regularly has characters turn into 8-bit sprites and travel is represented by travel across an RPG map similar to NES [=RPGs=] like ''Dragon Quest''.
* AssKickingPose: Parodied with Nike's "Cool Pose."
* BellyDancer: Ena wears a outfit like this most of the time, but doesn't actually do much dancing. ''That'' "honor" is given to Old Man North-North, an old man who dances around in a grass skirt.
* {{BFS}}: Nike pulls one out of a box (with branches) in the second episode. Though he buys a regular sword soon after.
* BlackMage: Kukuri is this in ability, but a WhiteMagicianGirl in personality.
* BlessedWithSuck: Raid's magic is formidable, but casting requires he perform really stupid dances.
* BreakingTheFourthWall: When Nike and his party realize the weapons they brought with them are missing, they rewind through the last episode to try and locate them.
* ButtMonkey: Old Man North-North, who tends to suffer when he inflicts his dancing on other characters.
* TheChewToy: Geil & Ena. Geil's first appearance has him getting humiliated by Nike immediately after his skills were talked up.
* ClingyMacGuffin: A hideous award statue Kukuri won keeps finding its way back to her and Nike, despite Nike's repeated attempts to get rid of it.
* CompetenceZone: With the sole exception of Runrun, anybody older than the heroes is generally useless in a fight.
* CoolSword: Kira Kira
* CuteMonsterGirl: Chikuri the snitch demon, a cute little pigtailed monster girl with a book hanging around her neck.
* DanceBattler: Old Man North-North. Well... he dances whenever fights are going on, anyway... The battle in the fairy realm has him dancing atop Kukuri's summon Behm Behm with every indication he thinks ''he's'' the one blasting all the monsters.
* DarkIsNotEvil: Kukuri is a "Dark Elemental" type, her magic is considered black magic, and there's a whole society of Dark Magic practitioners who are allies of her and Nike.
* TheDitz: Kukuri starts out as this, coming up with such ideas like the king must be a giant because of the size of his castle and sticking coins on her face because she doesn't know what money is for.
* EmbarrassingFirstName: Runrun, which is the sound one makes while singing, akin to "La-la".
* EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep: Nike (Hero), Udberg Eldol (Old Kita Kita Man), Runrun (Dark Magic Society Lady), and Sly (Boss)
* ExpressiveShirt: Old Man North-North's headdress has a face on it whose expressions frequently match his own.
* FluffyTamer: Kukuri, most notably on Level 4 of her Training Tower. She's expected to tame a fearsome tiger and it's taken her months to get past the tests before this one. She's got the beast giving her rides before her guide is finished dancing. She also starts calling her single most dangerous summon, an EldritchAbomination that summons lightning, "Li'l Behm Behm".
* GadgeteerGenius: Toma is training as a magical version of this.
* GeometricMagic: Guru Guru magic relies on Kukuri's tracing of magic circles to function.
* TheHero: Nike, whether he likes it or not as his parents trained him for it since birth. "Hero" is the only thing Kukuri calls him.
* HeroicWannabe: Nike's father, who trained Nike to be a Hero because he himself couldn't do it. Also Gail.
* IdiotCrows: The "Got Nothing" Fairies serve this purpose, popping up and chanting "he's got nothing" or some variation of when a character is confused.
* InvoluntaryDance: Yondor Village is cursed to constantly do this when Nike and Kukuri arrive. They soon defeat the monster causing it, freeing the village. However the mayor continues to do it anyway for reasons unknown.
* ImprobableWeaponUser: [=Juju=] and her combat altar, which aids in her spellcasting and even allows her to see far distances to target her spells.
* IShallTauntYou: Unbell, he actively grows larger the more he's attacked or taunted, and vice versa. He taunts people specifically to provoke this effect.
* KleptomaniacHero: Subverted as Nike turns out to be thief class.
* LastOfHisKind: Kukuri's the last known Migu Migu.
* LeaveHimToMe: Raid insists on this in episode 43. Nike does it because Raid did it.
* LethalChef: Sly, Ookashira (boss) of the Gaba thieves
* LetsGetDangerous: Nike and Kukuri are fairly capable when need be. Otherwise, they're very easily distracted to say the least.
* MagicDance: Raid uses these and, to a lesser extent, so does Kukuri. Raid's are ridiculous but effective. Kukuri's are occasionally incorporated into drawing her magic circles.
* TheMillstone: Old Man North-North is this more often than he's useful. The heroes are frequently inclined to just leave him to whatever fate he's found himself in. As one example, when the heroes set up a business to make money and they start selling rice balls, the old man offers to help and things are going great until everyone discovers he's shaping them by stuffing him in his armpits. Business dries up immediately.
* MomentKiller: Gipple. He finds heartwarming moments legitimately sickening and actively works to kill immediately.
* MundaneUtility: During the Endless Tower, Kukuri uses her new flying summon to fly back to Gatari's house so she can use the bathroom.
* OneWingedAngel: Subverted by Gizaier, who transforms into a fire-form and is promptly eaten before he can even finish introducing himself.
* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: The Gaba thieves deliberately only use code-names instead of their actual names.
* PaperFanOfDoom: Seven at once are used on Old Man North-North in episode 43
* {{Pixellation}}: When Kukuri forces herself to watch the Kita Kita Man dance, the images are censored for the viewers.
* RebelliousPrincess: Juju is a rebellious ''priestess.''
* RolePlayingGameVerse: We're constantly shown the levels and stats of characters and equipment. The narration also incorporates lines like "Hero attacks" and "Nike is paralyzed"
* SchmuckBait: Prince Ron Ron of Jaba kingdom violated the kingdom's rule that you must not stand in front of the guardian statue Pura Pura and tell it "Take care of your health" while boxing with your left hand, picking your nose with your right hand, and having a loaf of bread wedged up your rear. Nike has to be prevented from doing this three separate times.
* SealedEvilInACan: Demon Lord Giri. His return is the background danger throughout all the comedy.
* ShipperOnDeck: Fairies love love, and love to help love, whether the potential couple likes it or not.
* SpinOff: Currently in the works: ''Buyuuden Kita Kita'', starring Old Man North-North.
* SummonMagic: Guru Guru magic. As the name suggests, it works by drawing circular patterns in the ground. After that, Kukuri puts her magic into it and summons a creature. There are specific patterns, but messing them up causes random results.
* SweetTooth: After Kukuri discovers chocolate
* TrainingFromHell: Nike's HeroicWannabe father put Nike through this growing up.
* UnskilledButStrong: After receiving an upgrade from Gatari, Kukuri has even more trouble controlling her magic than normal. Attempting to use it sends her flying off randomly. After her visit to the Migu Migu Ruins and getting the idea to incorporate dancing into her drawing, her next summon is a flying beast that takes them right where they need to go and away from Raid.
* VocalDissonance: At Yondor Village, Kukuri wins a doll that cries out when monsters close by. The doll is cute enough, but when alerting foes, its face becomes super serious and its voice is very deep.
* WhiteMagicianGirl: Kukuri, sweet and bubbly as she is, has the personality, but is a BlackMage in ability.
* WithThisHerring: The king loudly disavows any responsibility for Nike and Kukuri after providing a tiny amount of gold for them.
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[[quoteright:300:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/guruguru1.jpg]]

->''"A long time ago, the evil Giri, who controlled devilish black magic, attempted to dominate the world and unleashed many monsters. Confronted by a formidable enemy, the Kodai Kingdom asked for the help of a Dark Magic User from a particular tribe and succeeded in sealing off Giri. However, after 300 years, the evil Giri is now freed from the seal and once again threatens the world. To rid the world of this terror, the chosen Hero and Magic User began their long and tough adventure."''
-->--'''Episode Prologue'''

When the King of Kodai makes a proclamation demanding a hero come forward, a village man Bado sends his son Nike to see the local witch so he can take up the call. The witch tells Nike that to combat Giri he needs the power of the magic of "Guru Guru" which the Migu Migu tribe alone could use. Fortunately, it just so happens that the witch has been raising the last of the Migu Migu, Kukuri, in secret. Together, the reluctant Nike and naive Kukuri set out to face the evil Giri.

''Mahoujin Guru Guru'' (''Magical Circle Guru Guru'') is a 45 episode anime series that follows Kukuri and Nike's adventures. There is also a 38 episode sequel series, ''Doki Doki Densetsu Mahoujin Guru Guru.'' Together, these two anime cover eleven volumes of a sixteen volume manga.

The real ''manga'' sequel, ''Mahoujin Guru Guru 2'', has started serialization in Creator/SquareEnix' ''Gangan Online'' since November 2012.

A new anime adaptation began airing in 2017, and they're starting from scratch rather than continuing from where the previous 2 series left off.

----
!!This series features examples of:

* AccidentalPervert: Inverted and Lampshaded when Kukuri and another girl walk in on guys changing clothes.
* AdaptationDyeJob: The original anime gave Geil and Ena dark brown and purple hair respectively. The 2017 series brightens Geil's hair and turns Ena's pink.
* AlternativeForeignThemeSong: The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5n0RUWeRtAo Latin American]], [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5FlLennO0ik Arabic]] and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3eImYA5O2EY Italian]] dubs have completely different intros from the Japanese version
* ArtEvolution: Having been around for 25 years (as of this writing) [[http://dic.nicovideo.jp/oekaki/14657.png Hiroyuki]] [[http://image.itmedia.co.jp/nl/articles/1702/03/fsfigurugururm01.jpg Eto's]] [[https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/51B2KE0DM9L._SX301_BO1,204,203,200_.jpg art style]] [[https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/6139aH2XaAL._SX349_BO1,204,203,200_.jpg has changed]] [[https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/51vOy3lzwAL._SX351_BO1,204,203,200_.jpg drastically]] [[http://caramelsource.net/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/guruguru2.jpg over the years]].
* ArtShift: The 2017 series regularly has characters turn into 8-bit sprites and travel is represented by travel across an RPG map similar to NES [=RPGs=] like ''Dragon Quest''.
* AssKickingPose: Parodied with Nike's "Cool Pose."
* BellyDancer: Ena wears a outfit like this most of the time, but doesn't actually do much dancing. ''That'' "honor" is given to Old Man North-North, an old man who dances around in a grass skirt.
* {{BFS}}: Nike pulls one out of a box (with branches) in the second episode. Though he buys a regular sword soon after.
* BlackMage: Kukuri is this in ability, but a WhiteMagicianGirl in personality.
* BlessedWithSuck: Raid's magic is formidable, but casting requires he perform really stupid dances.
* BreakingTheFourthWall: When Nike and his party realize the weapons they brought with them are missing, they rewind through the last episode to try and locate them.
* ButtMonkey: Old Man North-North, who tends to suffer when he inflicts his dancing on other characters.
* TheChewToy: Geil & Ena. Geil's first appearance has him getting humiliated by Nike immediately after his skills were talked up.
* ClingyMacGuffin: A hideous award statue Kukuri won keeps finding its way back to her and Nike, despite Nike's repeated attempts to get rid of it.
* CompetenceZone: With the sole exception of Runrun, anybody older than the heroes is generally useless in a fight.
* CoolSword: Kira Kira
* CuteMonsterGirl: Chikuri the snitch demon, a cute little pigtailed monster girl with a book hanging around her neck.
* DanceBattler: Old Man North-North. Well... he dances whenever fights are going on, anyway... The battle in the fairy realm has him dancing atop Kukuri's summon Behm Behm with every indication he thinks ''he's'' the one blasting all the monsters.
* DarkIsNotEvil: Kukuri is a "Dark Elemental" type, her magic is considered black magic, and there's a whole society of Dark Magic practitioners who are allies of her and Nike.
* TheDitz: Kukuri starts out as this, coming up with such ideas like the king must be a giant because of the size of his castle and sticking coins on her face because she doesn't know what money is for.
* EmbarrassingFirstName: Runrun, which is the sound one makes while singing, akin to "La-la".
* EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep: Nike (Hero), Udberg Eldol (Old Kita Kita Man), Runrun (Dark Magic Society Lady), and Sly (Boss)
* ExpressiveShirt: Old Man North-North's headdress has a face on it whose expressions frequently match his own.
* FluffyTamer: Kukuri, most notably on Level 4 of her Training Tower. She's expected to tame a fearsome tiger and it's taken her months to get past the tests before this one. She's got the beast giving her rides before her guide is finished dancing. She also starts calling her single most dangerous summon, an EldritchAbomination that summons lightning, "Li'l Behm Behm".
* GadgeteerGenius: Toma is training as a magical version of this.
* GeometricMagic: Guru Guru magic relies on Kukuri's tracing of magic circles to function.
* TheHero: Nike, whether he likes it or not as his parents trained him for it since birth. "Hero" is the only thing Kukuri calls him.
* HeroicWannabe: Nike's father, who trained Nike to be a Hero because he himself couldn't do it. Also Gail.
* IdiotCrows: The "Got Nothing" Fairies serve this purpose, popping up and chanting "he's got nothing" or some variation of when a character is confused.
* InvoluntaryDance: Yondor Village is cursed to constantly do this when Nike and Kukuri arrive. They soon defeat the monster causing it, freeing the village. However the mayor continues to do it anyway for reasons unknown.
* ImprobableWeaponUser: [=Juju=] and her combat altar, which aids in her spellcasting and even allows her to see far distances to target her spells.
* IShallTauntYou: Unbell, he actively grows larger the more he's attacked or taunted, and vice versa. He taunts people specifically to provoke this effect.
* KleptomaniacHero: Subverted as Nike turns out to be thief class.
* LastOfHisKind: Kukuri's the last known Migu Migu.
* LeaveHimToMe: Raid insists on this in episode 43. Nike does it because Raid did it.
* LethalChef: Sly, Ookashira (boss) of the Gaba thieves
* LetsGetDangerous: Nike and Kukuri are fairly capable when need be. Otherwise, they're very easily distracted to say the least.
* MagicDance: Raid uses these and, to a lesser extent, so does Kukuri. Raid's are ridiculous but effective. Kukuri's are occasionally incorporated into drawing her magic circles.
* TheMillstone: Old Man North-North is this more often than he's useful. The heroes are frequently inclined to just leave him to whatever fate he's found himself in. As one example, when the heroes set up a business to make money and they start selling rice balls, the old man offers to help and things are going great until everyone discovers he's shaping them by stuffing him in his armpits. Business dries up immediately.
* MomentKiller: Gipple. He finds heartwarming moments legitimately sickening and actively works to kill immediately.
* MundaneUtility: During the Endless Tower, Kukuri uses her new flying summon to fly back to Gatari's house so she can use the bathroom.
* OneWingedAngel: Subverted by Gizaier, who transforms into a fire-form and is promptly eaten before he can even finish introducing himself.
* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: The Gaba thieves deliberately only use code-names instead of their actual names.
* PaperFanOfDoom: Seven at once are used on Old Man North-North in episode 43
* {{Pixellation}}: When Kukuri forces herself to watch the Kita Kita Man dance, the images are censored for the viewers.
* RebelliousPrincess: Juju is a rebellious ''priestess.''
* RolePlayingGameVerse: We're constantly shown the levels and stats of characters and equipment. The narration also incorporates lines like "Hero attacks" and "Nike is paralyzed"
* SchmuckBait: Prince Ron Ron of Jaba kingdom violated the kingdom's rule that you must not stand in front of the guardian statue Pura Pura and tell it "Take care of your health" while boxing with your left hand, picking your nose with your right hand, and having a loaf of bread wedged up your rear. Nike has to be prevented from doing this three separate times.
* SealedEvilInACan: Demon Lord Giri. His return is the background danger throughout all the comedy.
* ShipperOnDeck: Fairies love love, and love to help love, whether the potential couple likes it or not.
* SpinOff: Currently in the works: ''Buyuuden Kita Kita'', starring Old Man North-North.
* SummonMagic: Guru Guru magic. As the name suggests, it works by drawing circular patterns in the ground. After that, Kukuri puts her magic into it and summons a creature. There are specific patterns, but messing them up causes random results.
* SweetTooth: After Kukuri discovers chocolate
* TrainingFromHell: Nike's HeroicWannabe father put Nike through this growing up.
* UnskilledButStrong: After receiving an upgrade from Gatari, Kukuri has even more trouble controlling her magic than normal. Attempting to use it sends her flying off randomly. After her visit to the Migu Migu Ruins and getting the idea to incorporate dancing into her drawing, her next summon is a flying beast that takes them right where they need to go and away from Raid.
* VocalDissonance: At Yondor Village, Kukuri wins a doll that cries out when monsters close by. The doll is cute enough, but when alerting foes, its face becomes super serious and its voice is very deep.
* WhiteMagicianGirl: Kukuri, sweet and bubbly as she is, has the personality, but is a BlackMage in ability.
* WithThisHerring: The king loudly disavows any responsibility for Nike and Kukuri after providing a tiny amount of gold for them.
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* MundaneUtility: During the Endless Tower, Kukuri uses her new flying summon to fly back to Gatari's house so she can use the bathroom.



* UnskilledButStrong: After receiving an upgrade from Gatari, Kukuri has even more trouble controlling her magic than normal. Attempting to use it sends her flying off randomly. After her visit to the Migu Migu Ruins and getting the idea to incorporate dancing into her drawing, her next summon is a flying beast that takes them right where they need to go and away from Raid.



* WhiteMagicianGirl: Kukuri is this in personality, but a BlackMage in ability.

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* WhiteMagicianGirl: Kukuri is this in Kukuri, sweet and bubbly as she is, has the personality, but is a BlackMage in ability.
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* TheMillstone: Old Man North-North is this more often than he's useful. The heroes are frequently inclined to just leave him to whatever fate he's found himself in.

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* TheMillstone: Old Man North-North is this more often than he's useful. The heroes are frequently inclined to just leave him to whatever fate he's found himself in. As one example, when the heroes set up a business to make money and they start selling rice balls, the old man offers to help and things are going great until everyone discovers he's shaping them by stuffing him in his armpits. Business dries up immediately.
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* CuteMonsterGirl: Chikuri

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* CuteMonsterGirl: ChikuriChikuri the snitch demon, a cute little pigtailed monster girl with a book hanging around her neck.
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* DanceBattler: Old Man North-North. Well... he dances whenever fights are going on, anyway... The battle in the fairy realm has him dancing atop Kukuri's summon with every indication he thinks ''he's'' the one blasting all the monsters.

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* DanceBattler: Old Man North-North. Well... he dances whenever fights are going on, anyway... The battle in the fairy realm has him dancing atop Kukuri's summon Behm Behm with every indication he thinks ''he's'' the one blasting all the monsters.



* FluffyTamer: Kukuri, most notably on Level 4 of her Training Tower. She's expected to tame a fearsome tiger and it's taken her months to get past the tests before this one. She's got the beast giving her rides before her guide is finished dancing.

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* FluffyTamer: Kukuri, most notably on Level 4 of her Training Tower. She's expected to tame a fearsome tiger and it's taken her months to get past the tests before this one. She's got the beast giving her rides before her guide is finished dancing. She also starts calling her single most dangerous summon, an EldritchAbomination that summons lightning, "Li'l Behm Behm".



%% IdiotCrows

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%% IdiotCrows* IdiotCrows: The "Got Nothing" Fairies serve this purpose, popping up and chanting "he's got nothing" or some variation of when a character is confused.
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* DanceBattler: Old Man North-North. (Well... he dances whenever fights are going on, anyway)

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* DanceBattler: Old Man North-North. (Well... Well... he dances whenever fights are going on, anyway)anyway... The battle in the fairy realm has him dancing atop Kukuri's summon with every indication he thinks ''he's'' the one blasting all the monsters.
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* BellyDancer: Ena wears a outfit like this most of the time, but doesn't actually do much dancing. ''That'' "honor" is given to the Old Kita Kita Man, an old man who dances around in a grass skirt.

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* BellyDancer: Ena wears a outfit like this most of the time, but doesn't actually do much dancing. ''That'' "honor" is given to the Old Kita Kita Man, Man North-North, an old man who dances around in a grass skirt.



* ButtMonkey: The Old Kita Kita Man, who tends to suffer when he inflicts his dancing on other characters.

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* ButtMonkey: The Old Kita Kita Man, Man North-North, who tends to suffer when he inflicts his dancing on other characters.



* DanceBattler: The Old Kita Kita Man. (Well... he dances whenever fights are going on, anyway)

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* DanceBattler: The Old Kita Kita Man.Man North-North. (Well... he dances whenever fights are going on, anyway)



* ExpressiveShirt: The Old Kita Kita Man's headdress.

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* ExpressiveShirt: The Old Kita Kita Man's headdress.Man North-North's headdress has a face on it whose expressions frequently match his own.



* TheMillstone: The Old Kita Kita Man is this more often than he's useful. The heroes are frequently inclined to just leave him to whatever fate he's found himself in.
* MomentKiller: Gipple. He finds heartwarming moments legitimately sickening and

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* TheMillstone: The Old Kita Kita Man North-North is this more often than he's useful. The heroes are frequently inclined to just leave him to whatever fate he's found himself in.
* MomentKiller: Gipple. He finds heartwarming moments legitimately sickening and actively works to kill immediately.



* PaperFanOfDoom: Seven at once are used on the Old Kita Kita Man in episode 43

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* PaperFanOfDoom: Seven at once are used on the Old Kita Kita Man North-North in episode 43



* SealedEvilInACan: Demon Lord Giri

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* SealedEvilInACan: Demon Lord GiriGiri. His return is the background danger throughout all the comedy.



* SpinOff: Currently in the works: ''Buyuuden Kita Kita'', starring the Old Kita Kita Man.

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* SpinOff: Currently in the works: ''Buyuuden Kita Kita'', starring the Old Kita Kita Man.Man North-North.



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* TheHero: Nike.

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* TheHero: Nike.Nike, whether he likes it or not as his parents trained him for it since birth. "Hero" is the only thing Kukuri calls him.



* InvoluntaryDance:

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* InvoluntaryDance:InvoluntaryDance: Yondor Village is cursed to constantly do this when Nike and Kukuri arrive. They soon defeat the monster causing it, freeing the village. However the mayor continues to do it anyway for reasons unknown.
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* ImprobableWeaponUser: [=Juju=] and her combat altar.
* IShallTauntYou: Unbell

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* InvoluntaryDance:
* ImprobableWeaponUser: [=Juju=] and her combat altar.
altar, which aids in her spellcasting and even allows her to see far distances to target her spells.
* IShallTauntYou: UnbellUnbell, he actively grows larger the more he's attacked or taunted, and vice versa. He taunts people specifically to provoke this effect.



* [[LastOfHisKind Last Of Her Kind]]: Kukuri's the last known Migu Migu.

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* [[LastOfHisKind Last Of Her Kind]]: LastOfHisKind: Kukuri's the last known Migu Migu.



* MagicDance: Raid uses these and, to a lesser extent, so does Kukuri.
* TheMillstone: The Old Kita Kita Man is this more often than he's useful.
* MomentKiller: Gipple

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* MagicDance: Raid uses these and, to a lesser extent, so does Kukuri.
Kukuri. Raid's are ridiculous but effective. Kukuri's are occasionally incorporated into drawing her magic circles.
* TheMillstone: The Old Kita Kita Man is this more often than he's useful.
useful. The heroes are frequently inclined to just leave him to whatever fate he's found himself in.
* MomentKiller: GippleGipple. He finds heartwarming moments legitimately sickening and


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* VocalDissonance: At Yondor Village, Kukuri wins a doll that cries out when monsters close by. The doll is cute enough, but when alerting foes, its face becomes super serious and its voice is very deep.
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* SummonMagic: Guru Guru magic

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* SummonMagic: Guru Guru magicmagic. As the name suggests, it works by drawing circular patterns in the ground. After that, Kukuri puts her magic into it and summons a creature. There are specific patterns, but messing them up causes random results.
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