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10th Jun '18 7:13:06 PM teh_nubkilr
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It turns out that the experiment Haru was involved in led to the construction of the Artificial Island and the Network society, where people hook up to a global network using so-called cyber-brains. Since entering the inner workings of the network is very much like diving in the open sea, Haru finds he still has some purpose in life by becoming a virtual "diver". With Minamo, they undertake various missions into the Metal, where people's desires gradually lead to information leaks and instabilities. Together with Haru's friend Kushima, they also search for the ''answer in the sea'', which shares an intimate link to the earth's biorhythm.

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It turns out that the experiment Haru was involved in led to the construction of the Artificial Island and the Network society, where people hook up to a global network using so-called cyber-brains. Since entering the inner workings of the network is very much like diving in the open sea, Haru finds he still has some purpose in life by becoming a virtual "diver". With Minamo, they undertake various missions into the Metal, where people's desires gradually lead to information leaks and instabilities. Together with Kushima, Haru's friend Kushima, long-time friend, they also search for the ''answer in the sea'', which shares an intimate link to the earth's biorhythm.
10th Jun '18 7:10:25 PM UltraWanker
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It turns out that the experiment Haru was involved in led to the construction of the Artificial Island and the Network society, where people hook up to a global network using so-called cyber-brains. Since entering the inner workings of the network is very much like diving in the open sea, Haru finds he still has some purpose in life by becoming a virtual "diver". With Minamo, they undertake various missions into the Metal, where people's desires gradually lead to information leaks and instabilities. Together with Haru's friend Kushima, they also search for the ''answer in the sea'', which shares an intimate link to the earth's biorhythm. ''Real Drive'' is a series that has remained [[SugarWiki/NeedsMoreLove relatively unknown in the anime community]] despite its high production values, heartwarming story and excellent soundtrack.

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It turns out that the experiment Haru was involved in led to the construction of the Artificial Island and the Network society, where people hook up to a global network using so-called cyber-brains. Since entering the inner workings of the network is very much like diving in the open sea, Haru finds he still has some purpose in life by becoming a virtual "diver". With Minamo, they undertake various missions into the Metal, where people's desires gradually lead to information leaks and instabilities. Together with Haru's friend Kushima, they also search for the ''answer in the sea'', which shares an intimate link to the earth's biorhythm. ''Real Drive'' is a series that has remained [[SugarWiki/NeedsMoreLove relatively unknown in the anime community]] despite its high production values, heartwarming story and excellent soundtrack.
25th Mar '18 3:46:21 PM teh_nubkilr
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It turns out that the experiment Haru was involved in led to the construction of the Artificial Island and the Network society, where people hook up to a global network using so-called cyber-brains. Since entering the inner workings of the network is very much like diving in the open sea, Haru finds he still has some purpose in life by becoming a virtual "diver". With Minamo, they undertake various missions into the Metal, where people's desires gradually lead to information leaks and instabilities. Together with Haru's friend Kushima, they also search for the ''answer in the sea'', which shares an intimate link to the earth's biorhythm. ''Real Drive'' is a series that has remained [[SugarWiki/NeedsMoreLove relatively unknown in the anime community]] despite its high production values, heartwarming story and excellent music.

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It turns out that the experiment Haru was involved in led to the construction of the Artificial Island and the Network society, where people hook up to a global network using so-called cyber-brains. Since entering the inner workings of the network is very much like diving in the open sea, Haru finds he still has some purpose in life by becoming a virtual "diver". With Minamo, they undertake various missions into the Metal, where people's desires gradually lead to information leaks and instabilities. Together with Haru's friend Kushima, they also search for the ''answer in the sea'', which shares an intimate link to the earth's biorhythm. ''Real Drive'' is a series that has remained [[SugarWiki/NeedsMoreLove relatively unknown in the anime community]] despite its high production values, heartwarming story and excellent music.
soundtrack.
24th Mar '18 2:35:00 AM Wuz
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''Real Drive'' is produced by ProductionIG Creator/ProductionIG and Creator/ShirowMasamune, and aired twenty-six episodes during its run in 2008. Masamichi Haru was involved in a diving accident when he was 30, causing him to [[ConvenientComa slip into a coma for fifty years]]. Upon awakening, he found himself confined in the body of an 80-year old, unable to travel without a wheelchair. Haru later receives assistance from the 15-year old Minamo, who is assigned to take care of him as part of her school's extracurricular activities. Despite their age gap, Haru and Minamo form a close friendship; fuelled by their mutual interest in the sea and nature's splendour, Minamo becomes Haru's "diver buddy" despite lacking cyber-enhancements.

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''Real Drive'' is produced by ProductionIG Creator/ProductionIG and Creator/ShirowMasamune, and aired twenty-six episodes during its run in 2008. Masamichi Haru was involved in a diving accident when he was 30, causing him to [[ConvenientComa slip into a coma for fifty years]]. Upon awakening, he found himself confined in the body of an 80-year old, unable to travel without a wheelchair. Haru later receives assistance from the 15-year old Minamo, who is assigned to take care of him as part of her school's extracurricular activities. Despite their age gap, Haru and Minamo form a close friendship; fuelled by their mutual interest in the sea and nature's splendour, Minamo becomes Haru's "diver buddy" despite lacking cyber-enhancements.
23rd Oct '17 8:31:02 PM teh_nubkilr
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''Real Drive'' is produced by Creator/ProductionIG and Creator/ShirowMasamune, and aired 26 episodes during its run in 2008. It's one of those series that have remained [[SugarWiki/NeedsMoreLove relatively unknown to the anime community]] despite its high production values, heartwarming story and excellent music.

Masamichi Haru was involved in a diving accident when he was 30, causing him to [[ConvenientComa slip into a coma for fifty years]]. Upon awakening, he found himself confined in the body of an 80-year old, unable to travel without a wheelchair. Haru later receives assistance from the 15-year old Minamo, who is assigned to take care of him as part of her school's extracurricular activities. Despite their age gap, Haru and Minamo form a close friendship; fuelled by their mutual interest in the sea and nature's splendour, Minamo becomes Haru's "diver buddy" despite lacking cyber-enhancements.

It turns out that the experiment Haru was involved in led to the construction of the Artificial Island and the Network society, where people hook up to a global network using so-called cyber-brains. Since entering the inner workings of the network is very much like diving in the open sea, Haru finds he still has some purpose in life by becoming a virtual "diver". With Minamo, they undertake various missions into the Metal, where people's desires gradually lead to information leaks and instabilities. Together with Haru's friend Kushima, they also search for the ''answer in the sea'', which shares an intimate link to the earth's biorhythm.

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''Real Drive'' is produced by ProductionIG Creator/ProductionIG and Creator/ShirowMasamune, and aired 26 twenty-six episodes during its run in 2008. It's one of those series that have remained [[SugarWiki/NeedsMoreLove relatively unknown to the anime community]] despite its high production values, heartwarming story and excellent music.

Masamichi Haru was involved in a diving accident when he was 30, causing him to [[ConvenientComa slip into a coma for fifty years]]. Upon awakening, he found himself confined in the body of an 80-year old, unable to travel without a wheelchair. Haru later receives assistance from the 15-year old Minamo, who is assigned to take care of him as part of her school's extracurricular activities. Despite their age gap, Haru and Minamo form a close friendship; fuelled by their mutual interest in the sea and nature's splendour, Minamo becomes Haru's "diver buddy" despite lacking cyber-enhancements.

It turns out that the experiment Haru was involved in led to the construction of the Artificial Island and the Network society, where people hook up to a global network using so-called cyber-brains. Since entering the inner workings of the network is very much like diving in the open sea, Haru finds he still has some purpose in life by becoming a virtual "diver". With Minamo, they undertake various missions into the Metal, where people's desires gradually lead to information leaks and instabilities. Together with Haru's friend Kushima, they also search for the ''answer in the sea'', which shares an intimate link to the earth's biorhythm. \n ''Real Drive'' is a series that has remained [[SugarWiki/NeedsMoreLove relatively unknown in the anime community]] despite its high production values, heartwarming story and excellent music.



!!''Real Drive'' provides examples of:

%%* AIIsACrapshoot: While it is not malevolent, its actions have far reaching consequences.
%%* AloofBigBrother: Souta is [[CharacterDevelopment initially]] this way towards Minamo.
* TheAlternet: "The Metal". There's no given explanation for why it is called that, especially when it's virtual properties design it more like an ocean that you can dive into. In fact, diving into the waters of The Metal is a key part of the series.
%%* ArtificialHuman: Holon

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!!''Real !''Real Drive'' provides examples of:

%%* * AIIsACrapshoot: While it is not malevolent, its actions have far reaching consequences.
%%* * AloofBigBrother: Souta is initially quite cold and distant towards Minamo, but as Minamo becomes more involved in helping Haru with his investigations into Metal, he [[CharacterDevelopment initially]] this way towards Minamo.
* TheAlternet: "The Metal". There's no given explanation for why it is called that, especially when it's virtual properties design it
gradually grows more like an ocean that you can dive into. In fact, diving into the waters supportive of The Metal is a key part of the series.
%%*
her]].
*
ArtificialHuman: HolonHolon is an android tasked with assisting Haru in his everyday life.



* CloserToEarth: Minamo's lack of a cyberbrain sets her apart from the other characters: in fact, characters of any importance to the plot without a cyber-brain just happen to be female, too.
* ContemplateOurNavels: This is present as a subtle reminder about the impacts of technology and humanity's increasing reliance on the internet to function.
%%* ConvenientComa
* CoolOldGuy: Haru, for certain. Kushima is this too, [[OlderThanTheyLook but he sure doesn't look it.]]
* CorruptCorporateExecutive: This is depicted as misguided rather than malevolent.
* {{Cyborg}}: Kushima's youthful appearance is a consequence of him [[spoiler: having a prosthetic body.]].
* {{Determinator}}: Haru won't let his aged body slow him down, if he can help it.
* DoesNotLikeSpam: Minamo ardently hates green peppers, and plans to eradicate them... by eating them out of existence.
%%* MrFanservice: Haru's younger self.
%%* EverythingIsOnline
%%* EyesAlwaysShut: Yukino.
* FishOutOfTemporalWater: Haru finds himself in a radically changed world following his awakening from a coma.
* {{Flashback}}: This is a prevalent means of depicting past events.
* FoodPorn: given that [[SceneryPorn the art in this series is spectacular]], there's little suprise that the food in this series is drawn with the same care as the landscape. Of note are those parfaits Minamo and her friends are always seen enjoying.
* FriendlyPlayfulDolphin: Haru loved to swim with a dolphin as a boy, although it is implied that they're extinct along with many other aquatic animals by the time the series takes place.
%%* GainaxEnding
%%* GenkiGirl: Minamo.
* GratuitousEnglish: At the end of the day, the "blackboard" in Minamo's classroom reads "All today's classes ended".
%%* GreenAesop

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* CloserToEarth: Minamo's lack of a cyberbrain sets her apart from the other characters: in fact, characters of any importance to the plot without a cyber-brain just happen happens to be female, too.
* ContemplateOurNavels: This is present Thematic elements in ''Real Drive'' serve as a subtle reminder about the impacts of technology and humanity's increasing reliance on the internet to function.
%%* ConvenientComa
* ConvenientComa: After an accident leaves him comatose for fifty years, he reawakens to find the world has changed considerably, but his diving skills remain relevant in helping identify and diagnose issues in the Metal system.
* CoolOldGuy: Haru, for certain. Kushima Despite his age, Haru is this too, [[OlderThanTheyLook but he sure doesn't look it.]]
a highly skilled diver and plays an instrumental role in investigating Metal.
* CorruptCorporateExecutive: This is depicted as misguided rather than malevolent.After weather-altering nanomachines are successfully tested, the Secretary General approves of their deployment to manage the climate.
* {{Cyborg}}: Kushima's youthful appearance is a consequence of him his [[spoiler: having a prosthetic body.]].
* {{Determinator}}: His old age notwithstanding, Haru won't let does not allow his aged body slow him down, if to impede him, and makes an effort to learn how to walk again in order to improve his ability as a diver. By the end of the series, [[spoiler: he can help it.
is successful]].
* DoesNotLikeSpam: Minamo ardently hates expresses a profound dislike of green peppers, and plans to eradicate them... sets about eliminating them by eating them out of existence.
%%* MrFanservice: Haru's younger self.
%%* EverythingIsOnline
%%*
* EverythingIsOnline: On Artificial Island, everything is connected to a ubiquitous network known as Metal.
*
EyesAlwaysShut: Yukino.Yukino, one of Minamo's friends, is never seen with her eyes open.
* FishOutOfTemporalWater: Haru finds himself in a radically changed world after he awakens from a coma.
* {{Flashback}}: Developments pertaining to Metal and Haru's past are explored by means of interjected scenes set prior to the main narrative.
* FoodPorn: Food in the series is rendered with the same quality as the background, and this is noticeable in the parfaits that Minamo and her friends frequently partake in.
* FriendlyPlayfulDolphin: Haru loved to swim with a dolphin as a boy, although it is implied that have become extinct along with many other aquatic animals by the time the series takes place.

* FishOutOfTemporalWater: GainaxEnding: At the series' end, Haru finds himself in a radically changed world following his awakening from a coma.
* {{Flashback}}: This
[[spoiler: is returned to a prevalent means of depicting past events.
* FoodPorn: given that [[SceneryPorn
younger body, and the art in this series is spectacular]], there's little suprise that the food in this series is drawn with the same care as the landscape. Of note are those parfaits Minamo and her friends are always seen enjoying.
* FriendlyPlayfulDolphin: Haru loved to swim with a dolphin as a boy, although it is implied that they're extinct along with many other aquatic animals by the time the series
ocean itself takes place.
%%* GainaxEnding
%%*
on the function that Metal originally fulfilled]].
*
GenkiGirl: Minamo.
Minamo is optimistic, cheerful and generally tries her best to make the most of a situation.
* GratuitousEnglish: At the end of the day, the "blackboard" The electronic blackboard in Minamo's classroom reads can be seen with the text "All today's classes ended".
%%* GreenAesop
ended" after classes have concluded for the day.
* GreenAesop: ''Real Drive'' deals with the implications surrounding the application of technology towards controlling a system as complex as climate.



* HandshakeSubstitute: Haru and Kushima are fond of using the fist bump gesture.
* HeterosexualLifePartners: Haru and Kushima, despite the former being in a coma for 50 years.
%%* {{Homage}}: To ''Film/TwoThousandOneASpaceOdyssey''
%%* IntergenerationalFriendship: Minamo and Haru.

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* HandshakeSubstitute: Haru and Kushima are fond of using the fist bump gesture.gesture to greet one another.
* HeterosexualLifePartners: Haru and Kushima, Kushima's friendship remains strong despite the former being in a coma for 50 years.
%%* {{Homage}}: To ''Film/TwoThousandOneASpaceOdyssey''
%%*
Haru's fifty year-long coma.
* HollywoodPudgy: This is averted in-universe; while the girls have fuller figures, the characters themselves do not mention this. The creator once explained that he wished to design women who resemble actual Japanese women.
*
IntergenerationalFriendship: Minamo and Haru.Haru share a close friendship despite their age differences.



%%* IWasQuiteALooker: Haru in his younger days.
%%* {{Joshikousei}}: Minamo and her friends.
* MayDecemberRomance: Minamo's feelings for Haru sometimes make one wonder.
%%* {{Meganekko}}: Erika and Holon, who is modeled after the former.
%%* MeaningfulName: Iris
%%* TheMetaverse: The Metal.
%%* MindScrew: Not as bad as in most of other Masamune's works, but still apparent.
* MoodWhiplash: The show bounces back and forth between a cyberpunk fest and more sedate {{slice of life}} episodes.
%%* MsFanservice: Erika.
* NotDisabledInVR: Haru's cyberbrain allows him to find a purpose as a "diver" into [[TheAlternet The Metal]], where he can conduct research and investigate anomalies being caused by the interactions of others.
%%* OddCouple: Haru and Minamo.
* PantyShot: Minamo gets a few while she's skating around the island at times.
* PostCyberPunk: This is a soft variety.
%%* RecapEpisode
* RidiculouslyHumanRobots: Holon and the other androids like her.
* RobotGirl: Holon, the Metal operators, the female battle android, take your pick.
* RollerbladeGood: Minamo is faster than she looks.
* RubberFace: Done to Minamo once, and Ayumu and Haru in the opening. Once more to Ayumu at the end.
* TheRuleOfFirstAdopters: Fourth episode mentions that Metal became popular because virtual sex was above and beyond anything that could be achieved in real life.
* SceneryPorn: One of the strongest points about this series, the landscapes are remarkably well done and give the viewer a sense of the tropical environment on the island.
%%* ShowerOfAngst: For a male character, even.
%%* SkinshipGrope: Done to Minamo by one of her friends, under loud protest.
%%* SliceOfLife: Quite a few episodes have this feel.
* SpiritualSuccessor: Though inspired by ''Anime/GhostInTheShellStandAloneComplex'', and with many similarities in themes and technology (most obviously cyberbrains, prosthetic bodies and diving into the net), and being made by the same team, WordOfGod is that both shows are ''not'' a verse. Quoting Real Drive and Stand Alone Complex writer [[http://www.productionig.com/contents/works_sp/60_/s08_/000840.html Junichi Fujisaku]]:

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%%* IWasQuiteALooker: Haru in his younger days.
%%*
* {{Joshikousei}}: On Artificial Island, high school girls wear a SailorFuku style uniform that appears tailored for the island's warm climate.
* TheMetaverse: The Metal is the ubiquitous network that users can physically explore when connected to a full-dive system, featuring a unique visualisation and representation of data within the system.
* MoodWhiplash: The tone in ''Real Drive'' frequently transitions between a cyberpunk, dealing with the more serious aspects of the Metal system, and calmer {{slice of life}} moments with
Minamo and her friends.
* MayDecemberRomance: Minamo's feelings for Haru sometimes make one wonder.
friends.
%%* {{Meganekko}}: Erika * OddCouple: Haru and Holon, who is modeled after the former.Minamo get along surprisingly well with one another despite their generational differences.
%%* MeaningfulName: Iris
%%* TheMetaverse: The Metal.
%%* MindScrew: Not as bad as in most of other Masamune's works, but still apparent.
* MoodWhiplash: The show bounces back and forth between a cyberpunk fest and more sedate {{slice of life}} episodes.
%%* MsFanservice: Erika.
* NotDisabledInVR: Haru's cyberbrain allows him to find a purpose as a "diver" into [[TheAlternet The Metal]], where he can conduct research and investigate anomalies being caused by the interactions of others.
%%* OddCouple: Haru and Minamo.
* PantyShot: Minamo gets a few while she's Minamo's panties are visible on some occasions where she is skating around the island at times.
high speeds.
* PostCyberPunk: This Lacking the dystopian interpretation of the pure cyberpunk genre, ''Real Drive'' explores the impact of high technology on society within a world that is similar to our own.
* RobotGirl: Being set [[TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture in the near future]], robots made in the likeness of human females are plentiful, including Holon, the Metal operators and
a soft variety.
%%* RecapEpisode
female battle android.
* RecapEpisode: While Minamo goes for a dive in the fourteenth episode, the remainder of the time is spent summarising the events that had occurred up until that point.
* RidiculouslyHumanRobots: Their sophisticated construction means Holon and the other androids like her.
* RobotGirl: Holon, the Metal operators, the female battle android, take your pick.
of her model are indistinguishable from humans.
* RollerbladeGood: Minamo is faster than she looks.
* RubberFace: Done
Minamo's shoes conceal retractable rollerblades that allow her to Minamo once, quickly skate to a location when the need arises.
* RousseauWasRight: ''Real Drive'' lacks villains with malevolent intentions,
and Ayumu and Haru the conflicts in the opening. Once more series arise from environmental challenges forcing organisations to Ayumu at adopt extreme measures with the end.
goal of saving humanity, even if there is a great risk for causing a global catastrophe.
* TheRuleOfFirstAdopters: Fourth episode mentions In the fourth episode, it is mentioned that Metal became popular because virtual sex was above and beyond anything that could be achieved surpassed the equivalent experience in real life.
reality
* SceneryPorn: One of the strongest points about this series, the The landscapes are remarkably well done and give vividly rendered, conveying to viewers the viewer a sense of details present in the island's tropical environment on the island.
%%* ShowerOfAngst: For a male character, even.
%%* SkinshipGrope: Done to Minamo by one of her friends, under loud protest.
%%*
landscape.
*
SliceOfLife: Quite a few episodes have this feel.
When ''Real Drive'' is not discussing the mechanics behind Metal or political aspects associated with the system, it follows the everyday events in Minamo and her friends' lives.
* SpiritualSuccessor: Though inspired by ''Anime/GhostInTheShellStandAloneComplex'', and While ''Real Drive'' draws inspiration from GhostInTheShellStandAloneComplex, dealing with many similarities in similar themes of society and technology (most obviously cyberbrains, prosthetic bodies and even featuring similar technologies (e.g. electronic brains and diving into the net), and being made by web), an interview reveals that ''Real Drive'' is not set in the same team, WordOfGod is that both shows are ''not'' a verse. Quoting Real Drive and Stand Alone Complex universe. An interview with writer [[http://www.productionig.com/contents/works_sp/60_/s08_/000840.html Junichi Fujisaku]]:Fujisaku]] reads as follows:



** Also part of TheVerse with ''Stand Alone Complex'', as [[spoiler: a nanotechnology that was developed from Kazundo Ghoda's "Japanese Miracle" Radiation Scrubber technology is mentioned as part of the plot later on.]]
* TheStinger: The end of every episode has one. [[spoiler:Watch the last one to find out what really happens with Haru]].
* SurprisinglyGoodEnglish: While the small amount of text in the classroom mentioned above [[GratuitousEnglish wasn't very well translated]], in episode 12 there is [[DoingItForTheArt an entire 9+ paragraph long letter]] detailing uses of the Meta-Real for treating patients with prosthetic eyes that is written in near-perfect English.
* SweetTooth: Minamo and her two best friends are seen eating a lot of ice cream.
%%* {{Tearjerker}}: The "love letter" episode.
* TechnoBabble: Computing and network jargon is commonplace. At one point, great details are expressed when violin-playing techniques are discussed.
* ThemeSongPowerup: The fight in the fifth episode is set to the series' theme song.
* ThoseTwoGuys: Yukino and Sayaka, and the Dream Brothers.
%%* TrueCompanions
* WhatMeasureIsANonHuman: Non-human intelligence is generally treated with respect.
* WindTurbinePower: This is used to provide emergency power to Artificial Island following a power outage takes out the main and backup power supplies.

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** Also part of TheVerse with ''Stand Alone Complex'', as [[spoiler: a nanotechnology that was developed from Kazundo Ghoda's "Japanese Miracle" Radiation Scrubber technology is mentioned as part of the plot later on.]]
* TheStinger: The end of every episode has one. [[spoiler:Watch the last one to find out what really happens with Haru]].
* SurprisinglyGoodEnglish: While In contrast to the small amount of text in the classroom mentioned above [[GratuitousEnglish poorly-written]] message on an electronic blackboard wasn't very well translated]], in episode 12 there is a [[DoingItForTheArt an entire 9+ paragraph long lengthy letter]] detailing uses applications of the Meta-Real system for treating patients with prosthetic eyes that is written in near-perfect English.
English seen in the twelfth episode.
* SweetTooth: Minamo Minamo, Sayaka and her two best friends Yukino are seen eating a lot very fond of ice cream.
%%* {{Tearjerker}}: The "love letter" episode.
sweets, especially the parfaits served at one of the island cafés.
* TechnoBabble: Computing and network jargon is commonplace. At one point, great details are expressed when violin-playing This extends beyond computing; techniques for playing the violin are discussed.
also discussed at length.
* ThemeSongPowerup: The fight between Sota and a fighter, Iron Schwartz, in the fifth episode is set to the series' ''Real Drive'''s theme song.
* ThoseTwoGuys: Yukino and Sayaka, and the Dream Brothers.
%%* TrueCompanions
* WhatMeasureIsANonHuman: Non-human Androids and non-human [=AI=] constructs are given the same treatment as humans within ''Real Drive'', suggesting a society that has accepted and integrated artificial intelligence is generally treated with respect.
into everyday life.
* WindTurbinePower: This is used Minamo activates an old wind turbine to provide emergency power to for Artificial Island following a power outage takes out that disables the main and backup power supplies.
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* RousseauWasRight
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%%* RousseauWasRight

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%%* * RousseauWasRight
7th Aug '17 4:30:01 PM fruitstripegum
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* RobotGirl: Holon, the Metal operators, the female battle android, take your pick.


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* RobotGirl: Holon, the Metal operators, the female battle android, take your pick.
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%%* {{Badass}}: Souta, Holon and even Haru demonstrate a surprising level of prowess.
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