History Anime / TenchiMuyo

18th Apr '16 9:42:32 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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** ''Anime/TenchiMuyoWarOnGeminar'', the newest spin-off starring Tenchi's half-brother Kenshi; this is also set in[=/=]part of in the OVA continuity

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** ''Anime/TenchiMuyoWarOnGeminar'', the newest a spin-off starring Tenchi's half-brother Kenshi; this is also set in[=/=]part of in the OVA continuity
29th Mar '16 9:58:02 AM fruitstripegum
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%% commented out as dualtrope entry * BlackComedyRape / DoubleStandardRapeFemaleOnMale: [[FridgeHorror If you really stop and think about it]], Washu's attempt to get a sperm sample from Tenchi kinda wanders into this territory. But only slightly, since she doesn't get very far with it.
** There's also Ryoko attempting to rape Tenchi in the Mihoshi special and in the Universe series.


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* DoubleStandardRapeFemaleOnMale: [[FridgeHorror If you really stop and think about it]], Washu's attempt to get a sperm sample from Tenchi kinda wanders into this territory. But only slightly, since she doesn't get very far with it. Can also be considered BlackComedyRape.
** There's also Ryoko attempting to rape Tenchi in the Mihoshi special and in the Universe series.
18th Dec '15 12:39:58 PM philipnova798
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''Tenchi Muyo!'', a classic "harem" anime of the '90s, rose to popularity during the second major Anime wave. The action/comedy science-fiction franchise started in 1992 as a six-episode {{OVA}} series; an additional seven episodes quickly followed after the first six's success, although the second set of episodes ended the OVA's story on something of a {{Cliffhanger}}.

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''Tenchi Muyo!'', a classic "harem" anime of the '90s, rose to popularity during the second major Anime wave. The action/comedy science-fiction franchise started in 1992 as a six-episode {{OVA}} series; series by {{Creator/AIC}}[[note]]who were also responsible for all the following entries, listed below[[/note]]; an additional seven episodes quickly followed after the first six's success, although the second set of episodes ended the OVA's story on something of a {{Cliffhanger}}.
4th Dec '15 3:10:47 AM CodenameBravo
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[[caption-width-right:298: [[Music/JayZ "He's got ninety-nine problems]], [[Creator/{{Toonami}} and these bitches are the main ones."]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:298: [[Music/JayZ "He's got ninety-nine problems]], [[Creator/{{Toonami}} and these bitches women are the main ones."]]]]
24th Oct '15 5:20:22 PM nombretomado
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* CommediaDellArteTroupe as exemplified by the SpinOff of ''MagicalProjectS''.

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* CommediaDellArteTroupe as exemplified by the SpinOff of ''MagicalProjectS''.''Anime/MagicalProjectS''.
31st Aug '15 4:36:45 PM QueenMarine
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** But for the most part it's more about artificial life-extension than natural biology. One of Emperor Azusa's wives is a native Earthling who was born in the Feudal Japan. Also, the Juraians are biologically human; Earth is apparently a semi-forgotten colony of the Jurai Empire, kept mostly isolated for reasons unexplained.
*** Juraian royalty also have the Royal Trees, which further extend a person's life when bonded to them.

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** But Of course, it has been established that it is possible for the most part it's more about artificial life-extension than natural biology. One of Emperor Azusa's wives is a native Earthling who was born in the Feudal Japan. Also, the Juraians are biologically human; Earth is apparently a semi-forgotten colony person to extend their life artificially and some of the Jurai Empire, kept mostly isolated for reasons unexplained.
characters are long-lived because of this.
*** Juraian royalty also have the Royal Trees, which further extend a person's life when bonded to them.them.
*** Washu's long life span may be due to her [[spoiler: divine personage]] and it is implied Ryoko's long lifespan was due to her having Washu's gems.
31st Aug '15 4:12:29 PM QueenMarine
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* FantasticRacism: In the OAV, Yosho is half-human. Thus the prejudice he suffered on Jurai, and they would not accept his marriage with Ayeka. Another reason why he never returned. Ayeka was more than upset when she learned of this.

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* FantasticRacism: In the OAV, Yosho is half-human. Thus the prejudice he suffered on Jurai, and they would not accept the reason for his marriage with Ayeka. Another reason why he never returned. Ayeka was more than upset when she learned of this.
31st Aug '15 4:10:24 PM QueenMarine
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** Ayeka and Yosho's engagement can be explained for political reasons. The way the Royal Family works, Ayeka could have been used by family members who disapproved of Yosho to place her as a rival for the throne. Namely, Yosho belongs to the currently ruling Masaki branch of the royal house, while Aeka is a heir to the other branch, Kamiki, which historically [[TheRival wasn't on the best terms]] with Masaki house. The only way to prevent that was a marriage between them, just like in the previous generation, where the ruling Emperor, Azusa Masaki Jurai, married the Kamiki princess, Misaki Kamiki Jurai. Which ironically made him the father of both his and his wife's clans' heirs.

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** Ayeka and Yosho's engagement can be explained for political reasons. The way the Royal Family works, Ayeka could have been used by family members who disapproved of Yosho to place her as a rival for the throne. Namely, Yosho belongs to throne since both are members of the currently ruling Masaki branch of the royal house, while Aeka is a heir to the other branch, Kamiki, which historically [[TheRival wasn't on the best terms]] with Masaki house. The only way to prevent that was and a marriage between them, just like in them was the previous generation, where the ruling Emperor, Azusa Masaki Jurai, married the Kamiki princess, Misaki Kamiki Jurai. Which ironically made him the father of both his and his wife's clans' heirs.only way to negate this.
11th Aug '15 11:33:56 PM Llygodenfawr
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** Washu's hair (Which is really out of proportion with her usual body) combines an extreme version of Ryoko's style with apparent inspiration from the crablegs-design for a kabuki mask, and a dash of [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair You Gotta Have Pink Hair.]]
** Washu's highly-appropriate nickname for Dr. Clay? "Octopus-head!" Clay's hair is unqiue, because he combines his admittedly epic curls with some kind of BadassBeard. (Ironic, because he's about as far from BadAss as Tenchi Muyo ever gets.)

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** Washu's hair (Which (which is really out of proportion with her usual body) combines an extreme version of Ryoko's style with apparent inspiration from the crablegs-design for a kabuki mask, and a dash of [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair You Gotta Have Pink Hair.]]
** Washu's highly-appropriate nickname for Dr. Clay? "Octopus-head!" Clay's hair is unqiue, unique, because he combines his admittedly epic curls with some kind of BadassBeard. (Ironic, because he's about as far from BadAss as Tenchi Muyo ever gets.)
23rd Jul '15 9:02:40 PM nombretomado
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* MegumiHayashibara: Achika in ''Tenchi Muyo! In Love''.
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