History Anime / ValvraveTheLiberator

29th Jul '16 2:31:50 PM Morgenthaler
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* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: L-Elf tells Haruto some vague statements in episode 3, such as a hand mic, earthquake, and riot. It doesn't make much sense to him at first, until things start happening that uses those exact phrases. L-Elf also deduces a lot of things that turn out to be pretty accurate, such as escaping from the colony rather than put up a fight throughout that episode.
30th Jun '16 12:30:50 PM Harem-author
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* BandwagonFallacy: Both Shoko and Iori fall victim to this in episode 21. They come to the conclusion that the very Valvrave pilots who have continuously put their lives on the line to protect Module 77 from Dorssia's relentless assaults are vicious man-eating monsters because ARUS and Dorssia, as well as the mass media all claim they are. To make this even more heinous, Shoko heard the president of ARUS basically confess that it was a frame-up when he shockingly cries out that ARUS was in full control of the docking bay when the news piece showing the parents of the children in Module 77 were having their runes sucked out was filmed.
18th May '16 11:51:31 AM rowaasr13
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*** Actually this quote is [[OlderThanTheyThink about 150 years older]] and comes from ''Literature/PippaPasses''.
7th May '16 9:21:48 PM lavendermintrose
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* AbsurdlyPowerfulStudentCouncil: Justified, considering the student council IS the government.

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* AbsurdlyPowerfulStudentCouncil: Justified, considering Played with - Satomi thinks he's this, but he isn't, even though the student council IS school has become an independent country. For example, in the government.beginning of episode 7, when he tries to take the Valvraves as property of the Student Council, but gets voted down.
17th Mar '16 6:56:15 PM lavendermintrose
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* CoolCrown: The Dorrsian royalty have circlets featuring a golden curved piece on a chain. Both genders also wear a sort of pink and purple paint around the eyes along with it. Interestingly enough, the Chancellor of the Military Federation, who overthrows the royal family, still wears this - perhaps showing the support the royals still have. A-drei is never seen with it in the series, but he gets it in a lot of fanart.



* FlashForward: [[spoiler:Several, always featuring Saki. The first one skips ''at least'' '''214 years''', featuring Saki in an upgraded and blinged-out Valvrave IV battling the Third Galactic Empire. Further ones shown in the later episodes are set some three years before the first flash forward, with Saki telling the story of Module 77 to a young boy. In some of the later ones, Satomi is also seen with Saki and the boy.]]

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* FlashForward: [[spoiler:Several, always featuring Saki. The first one skips ''at least'' '''214 years''', featuring Saki in an upgraded and blinged-out Valvrave IV battling fighting for the Third Galactic Empire. Further ones shown in the later episodes are set some three years before the first flash forward, with Saki telling the story of Module 77 to a young boy. In some of the later ones, Satomi is also seen with Saki and the boy.]]
6th Oct '15 3:13:52 PM HighCrate
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* LightningBruiser: The Valvraves compared to everyone else.
** Amongst each other, each Valvrave represents another {{Archetype}}:
*** VVV-I/Hito is a [[CloseRangeCombatant mostly close-combat focused]] JackOfAllStats. Using the Harakiri Blade ([[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything initiated by seppuku for some reason]]) turns it into an extreme GlassCannon[[note]]enough fire power to destroy whole fleets, but at the cost of the ability to move or defend itself for some time[[/note]].
*** VVV-III/Hikaminari is a [[MultiArmedAndDangerous multi-armed]] GlassCannon.
*** VVV-IV/Hinowa is a FragileSpeedster armed with Spindle Knuckles, [[ImprobableWeaponUser improbable]], but [[AttackDrone very]] [[KillerYoYo versa]][[DeadlyDisc tile]] [[RingsOfDeath weapons]].
*** VVV-V/Hiuchiba is a combination of MightyGlacier and LongRangeFighter.

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* %%* LightningBruiser: The Valvraves compared to everyone else.
** Amongst each other, each Valvrave represents another {{Archetype}}:
*** VVV-I/Hito is a [[CloseRangeCombatant mostly close-combat focused]] JackOfAllStats. Using the Harakiri Blade ([[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything initiated by seppuku for some reason]]) turns it into an extreme GlassCannon[[note]]enough fire power to destroy whole fleets, but at the cost of the ability to move or defend itself for some time[[/note]].
*** VVV-III/Hikaminari is a [[MultiArmedAndDangerous multi-armed]] GlassCannon.
*** VVV-IV/Hinowa is a FragileSpeedster armed with Spindle Knuckles, [[ImprobableWeaponUser improbable]], but [[AttackDrone very]] [[KillerYoYo versa]][[DeadlyDisc tile]] [[RingsOfDeath weapons]].
*** VVV-V/Hiuchiba is a combination of MightyGlacier and LongRangeFighter.
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22nd Aug '15 4:17:37 PM nombretomado
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* NeverTrustATrailer: All of the promotional material seemed determined to make Valvrave look as much like a carbon copy of GundamSEED as possible and depicted the titular Valvrave as a white and red machine, as seen on the article image, with no indication it had anything other than the typical swords and gun. As soon as Valvrave selects a pilot it turns black and displays a slew of weapons completely unlike anything in the promotional material, and shortly afterward the plot goes completely off the rails into its own brand of crazy. There was absolutely no indication of the bodyjacking space vampire powers either.

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* NeverTrustATrailer: All of the promotional material seemed determined to make Valvrave look as much like a carbon copy of GundamSEED ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamSEED'' as possible and depicted the titular Valvrave as a white and red machine, as seen on the article image, with no indication it had anything other than the typical swords and gun. As soon as Valvrave selects a pilot it turns black and displays a slew of weapons completely unlike anything in the promotional material, and shortly afterward the plot goes completely off the rails into its own brand of crazy. There was absolutely no indication of the bodyjacking space vampire powers either.
22nd May '15 7:48:47 AM Faraway_2
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*** [[spoiler: In light of that, and if one examines the situation, one thing becomes clear. It is a BolivianArmyEnding. For the infiltrators..]]
8th May '15 1:34:36 PM Willbyr
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** Episode 24 features the following line: [[spoiler:"Magius are in their shadows, and all is right with the world."]], which is taken from the Logo of NERV from NeonGenesisEvangelion.

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** Episode 24 features the following line: [[spoiler:"Magius are in their shadows, and all is right with the world."]], which is taken from the Logo of NERV from NeonGenesisEvangelion.''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion''.
27th Apr '15 3:03:02 PM WillKeaton
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* ThrowawayCountry: [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Papua_New_Guinea Papua New Guinea]]. A war erupted there, and L-Elf committed a war crime in it, the kind that was enough to earn him the reputation as TheDreaded.

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* ThrowawayCountry: [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Papua_New_Guinea Papua New Guinea]]. Guinea.]] A war erupted there, and L-Elf committed a war crime in it, the kind that was enough to earn him the reputation as TheDreaded.
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