History Characters / Bakemonogatari

26th Jul '17 3:38:33 PM Maddoxsort
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* NoOneCouldSurviveThat: [[spoiler:His fight with Kiss-Shot sees him suffer a multitude of injuries that would instantly kill somebody, but his vampiric abilities let him regenerate his body countless times. It does cause him to lose some of his clothes, though.]]
26th Jul '17 3:30:17 PM Maddoxsort
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* DoesNotLikeShoes: When under the influence of the Meddlesome Cat, she doesn't bother to put on shoes. She ''does'' have the opportunity, but doesn't...because she's a cat. At least she wipes her soles before going indoors.

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* DoesNotLikeShoes: When under the influence of the Meddlesome Cat, she doesn't bother to put on shoes. She ''does'' have the opportunity, but doesn't...because she's a cat. Bare-pawed is normal for cats. At least she wipes her soles before going indoors. Which we're told in the light novels turns a towel ''jet black.''



* DoesNotLikeShoes: Is almost always barefoot.

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* DoesNotLikeShoes: Is almost always barefoot. This applies to her youngest appearances. Her mature appearances do not demonstrate this quality.



* [[DoesNotLikeShoes DoesNotLikeSocks]]: In the light novels, she mentions she basically hates socks, noting, "Wearing them feels weird." She likes wearing just sandals and going barefoot, and is (generally) always barefoot in her room, even in the winter. ''Koyomimonogatari'', her sudden urge to shed her socks in Koyomi's room is so [[CharacterTic peculiar]] to him that he wonders if it's some unspoken rule about courtesy, when in reality, she just wanted to have bare feet. [[spoiler: Unsurprisingly, [[MagicalBarefooter when she's possessed by a snake spirit, she goes around totally barefoot.]]]]

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* [[DoesNotLikeShoes DoesNotLikeSocks]]: Does Not Like Socks]]: In the light novels, she mentions she basically hates socks, noting, "Wearing them feels weird." She likes wearing just sandals and going barefoot, and is (generally) always barefoot in her room, even in the winter. ''Koyomimonogatari'', her sudden urge to shed her socks in Koyomi's room is so [[CharacterTic peculiar]] to him that he wonders if it's some unspoken rule about courtesy, when in reality, she just wanted to have bare feet. [[spoiler: Unsurprisingly, [[MagicalBarefooter when she's possessed by a snake spirit, she goes around totally barefoot.]]]]
26th Jul '17 3:27:10 PM Maddoxsort
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* [[DoesNotLikeShoes DoesNotLikeSocks]]: In the light novels, she mentions she basically hates socks, noting, "Wearing them feels weird." She likes wearing just sandals and going barefoot, and is (generally) always barefoot in her room, even in the winter. ''Koyomimonogatari'', her sudden urge to shed her socks in Koyomi's room is so [[CharacterTic peculiar]] to him that he wonders if it's some unspoken rule about courtesy, when in reality, she just wanted to have bare feet. [[spoiler: Unsurprisingly, [[MagicalBarefooter when she's possessed by a snake spirit, she goes around totally barefoot.]]]]



* ManipulativeBastard: She acts weak to get people on her side and avoid both responsibility for her actions and responsibilities placed on her.

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* ManipulativeBastard: ManipulativeBitch: She acts weak to get people on her side and avoid both responsibility for her actions and responsibilities placed on her.



* NeverMyFault: She insists on seeing herself as the victim at all times and doesn't accept responsibility for her actions, which manifests itself all throughout ''Nadeko Medusa.''

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* NeverMyFault: She insists on [[PlayingTheVictimCard seeing herself as the victim at all times times]] and doesn't accept responsibility for her actions, which manifests itself all throughout ''Nadeko Medusa.''
7th Jun '17 5:21:58 AM illyricus
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* CruelToBeKind: In Kizumonogatari, before his fight against Dramaturgy, he insults Hanekawa (who just found him in a library where he bought some books to gain knowledge about how to fight) and even deletes her phone number of his mobile phone in front of her (Hanekawa deliberately did that to make friends with him) to dissuade her of following him in his battles and put her in danger. [[spoiler: This doesn't stops Hanekawa, who despite that, still follows him. After the fight, Koyomi apologizes to her for his rude behavior, and she ends forgiving him.]]


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* CreepyCoolCrosses: He uses a giant cross as a weapon. [[JustifiedTrope Justified]] in his case, since vampires are weak against crosses, and that way he can kill them more efficiently.
5th Jun '17 11:53:09 AM illyricus
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Guillotinecutter was the third of the three vampire hunters faced during Kizumonogatari. Unlike the other two, he is completely human. He is the archbishop of a new religion he created which purports that he is God.

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Guillotinecutter was the third of the three vampire hunters faced during Kizumonogatari. Unlike the other two, he is completely human. He is the archbishop of a new religion he created which purports that he is God.denies the existence of oddities.



* AGodIAm: He considers himself to be God, so he will exterminate everyone who dares to oppose him.



* CombatPragmatist: Unlike his partners, knowing that he is not a rival to Araragi, [[spoiler:and having observing (without being noticed) his previous battles against Dramaturgy and Episode, he takes Hanekawa as an hostage and threatens Araragi to kill her if he doesn't surrenders to him. Unfortunately for him, he doesn't counts with Araragi's shape shifting ability.]]



* KilledOffForReal: [[spoiler: Kiss-Shot kills him in Kizumonogatari, making him one of the few characters who stays dead in the series.]]

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* DiscOneFinalBoss: He is the last vampire hunter faced in Kizumonogatari, and it looks that with his defeat, the incident with Kiss-shot has been finally solved. [[spoiler: Then Kiss-shot herself reveals to be the actual FinalBoss.]]
* KilledOffForReal: [[spoiler: Kiss-Shot kills and eats him in Kizumonogatari, making him one of the few characters who stays dead in the series.]]
5th Jun '17 3:14:36 AM illyricus
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* BladeBelowTheShoulder: Remember the wavy swords he wields that Araragi describes the first time he appears? Those are in truth his hands, whom he shape shifts into these swords to fight.


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* GracefulLoser: Once he is defeated by Araragi, he accepts his defeat and returns Kiss-shot's right leg to Oshino like he promised.


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* SuperSmoke: After his defeat, he turns into smoke and leaves the battlefield, asking Araragi another time if he can reconsider joining him before leaving (thing who Araragi rejects again).
* WasOnceAMan: He mentions to Araragi (when he is retaining him using an aikido technique) that he was a human previously before becoming into a vampire (since he mentions that Araragi is retaining him basing in the human "common sense").


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* CursedWithAwesome: Since he is a half vampire, he has all of the abilities of the normal vampires (super strenght, shape shifting, regeneration...), but doesn't suffers their weaknesses (he doesn't burns when he walks on the sun, crosses doesn't affects him...). However, due his condition, vampires despises him.


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* KnightTemplar: Unlike Dramaturgy (who hunts vampires due job) and Episode (who hunts vampires due personal hatred), he kills them due his beliefs. His religion doesn't accepts the existence of oddities, so he kills them for this goal.
4th Jun '17 12:53:57 PM illyricus
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* ArcVillain: Of Kizumonogatari, along with Episode and Guillotinecuter.


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* WeCanRuleTogether: Prior to their battle, he offers to Araragi join his side and become a vampire hunter, since he believes killing the subordinate of such an strong vampire like Kiss-shot would be a waste. Araragi rejects the offer (since he wants to become human again), starting their fight that way.


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* ArcVillain: Of Kizumonogatari, along with Guillotinecuter and Dramaturgy.


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* ArcVillain: Of Kizumonogatari, along with Dramaturgy and Episode.
16th May '17 2:56:31 AM darksoul4242
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* BrutalHonesty: When Nadeko admits that she's worried that people only like her because she's cute, Tsukihi's responds that that's probably because there's nothing else to her with an attitude of 'Well, duh.'

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* BrutalHonesty: When Nadeko admits that she's worried that people only like her because she's cute, Tsukihi's Tsukihi responds that that's probably because there's nothing else to her with an attitude of 'Well, duh.'
16th May '17 2:21:27 AM darksoul4242
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Tsukihi is the youngest Araragi sibling and the second of the two Fire Sisters. Unlike her sister, she prefers indoor activities and really has no idea of what justice even means, so she trust Karen to handle finding proper targets for them while Tsukihi just wants to run wild. She's very malleable, fickle, short tempered and lacks a sense of consistency, which is most easily seen with her hair being in a different style during every appearance.

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Tsukihi is the youngest Araragi sibling and the second of the two Fire Sisters. Unlike her sister, she prefers indoor activities and really has no idea of what justice even means, so she trust trusts Karen to handle finding proper targets for them while Tsukihi just wants to run wild. She's very malleable, fickle, short tempered and lacks a sense of consistency, which is most easily seen with her hair being in a different style during every appearance.
16th May '17 2:20:54 AM darksoul4242
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* ThemeNaming: "Fire Sisters" is a reference to how the two of them have the character for "fire" (火) in their names (Karen's name is written 火憐). Also, the siblings' names are references to the calendar (Karen = ''calendar'' = ''ka-re-n-daa'').

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* ThemeNaming: "Fire Sisters" is a reference to how the two of them have the character for "fire" (火) in their names (Karen's name is written 火憐).written 火憐). Also, the siblings' names are references to the calendar (Karen = ''calendar'' = ''ka-re-n-daa'').
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