History Characters / MegaManStarforce

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*** EverythingsBetterWithSpinning: Green Tornado (Green Dragon, Wood Noises).

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*** EverythingsBetterWithSpinning: Green Tornado Elemental Cyclone (Green Dragon, Wood Noises).
5th Jun '17 7:51:04 AM reppuzan
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* OneWayVisor: The "[[AllThereInTheManual Visualize Visor]]", [[AvertedTrope which mostly allows you to see Geo's eyes underneath]], [[DoubleSubversion save in]] [[http://image.com.com/gamespot/images/bigboxshots/0/961070_126615_front.jpg the boxart]] for ''Operate Shooting Star'', in which Mega Man is a Hero Antagonist.

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* OneWayVisor: The "[[AllThereInTheManual Visualize Visor]]", [[AvertedTrope which mostly allows you to see Geo's eyes underneath]], [[DoubleSubversion save in]] [[http://image.com.com/gamespot/images/bigboxshots/0/961070_126615_front.jpg the boxart]] for ''Operate Shooting Star'', in which Mega Man is a Hero Antagonist. This visor is likely the only thing keeping Geo's identity safe.
21st May '17 5:05:41 PM nombretomado
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20th May '17 11:27:18 PM TMR
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* BroughtDownToBadass: In the anime, Subaru doesn't actually have a [[spoiler:10 Minute Retirement after he splits with War Rock]]. He still runs around being heroic.

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* BroughtDownToBadass: In the anime, Subaru Geo doesn't actually have a [[spoiler:10 Minute Retirement after he splits with War Rock]].Omega-Xis]]. He still runs around being heroic.



* HostageForMcGuffin: [[spoiler:Cygnus Wing]] briefly takes Subaru's unconscious body hostage [[spoiler:during his return arc]] to get War-Rock to relinquish the Andromeda Key. Phantom Black tries to use this against Subaru late in the Tribe in anime with Akane, but [[SubvertedTrope gets too distracted]] by the pretense he was keeping her around with.

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* HostageForMcGuffin: [[spoiler:Cygnus Wing]] briefly takes Subaru's Geo's unconscious body hostage [[spoiler:during his return arc]] to get War-Rock Omega-Xis to relinquish the Andromeda Key. Dark Phantom Black tries to use this against Subaru Geo late in the Tribe in anime with Akane, Hope, but [[SubvertedTrope gets too distracted]] by the pretense he was keeping her around with.



** This jumps up a notch in the optional sidequests: Most of the Accept[=/=]Deny choices are grounded in Subaru wondering if he really wants to bother. Except in [[ShipTease certain cases]].

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** This jumps up a notch in the optional sidequests: Most of the Accept[=/=]Deny choices are grounded in Subaru Geo wondering if he really wants to bother. Except in [[ShipTease certain cases]].



* IncorruptiblePurePureness: Played straight for a few moments in the anime when he [[ScrewTheMoneyIHaveRules turns down Gori's ludicrous offers of cash]] to keep the Spirit safe.

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* IncorruptiblePurePureness: Played straight for a few moments in the anime when he [[ScrewTheMoneyIHaveRules turns down Gori's Richie's ludicrous offers of cash]] to keep the Spirit safe.



* LuminescentBlush: In the anime, Subaru's face glows red when his mother starts prodding him about the kind of women he's interested in.

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* LuminescentBlush: In the anime, Subaru's Geo's face glows red when his mother starts prodding him about the kind of women he's interested in.



** Also, he's this in the Tribe anime whenever he works with Misora. [[LampshadeHanging Even Harp agrees]].
* OnlyTheWorthyMayPass: In the Tribe anime, Rock Man is [[PowerIncontinence unable to properly wield]] the Sword of Berserk until he undergoes [[BattleInTheCenterOfTheMind its trial]], drawing it from the ground.

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** Also, he's this in the Tribe anime whenever he works with Misora.Sonia. [[LampshadeHanging Even Harp agrees]].
* OnlyTheWorthyMayPass: In the Tribe anime, Rock Mega Man is [[PowerIncontinence unable to properly wield]] the Sword of Berserk Zerker until he undergoes [[BattleInTheCenterOfTheMind its trial]], drawing it from the ground.



* PsychoticSmirk: In the anime, when he gets an idea as to ''how'', exactly, War Rock is going to pay for wrecking his telescope earlier in the episode.

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* PsychoticSmirk: In the anime, when he gets an idea as to ''how'', exactly, War Rock Omega-Xis is going to pay for wrecking his telescope earlier in the episode.



* EverythingsWorseWithBears: War-Rock has some minor ursine features (insofar as an armored fireball actually could). In the anime, Bud accuses his D-Pet disguise of being a snot-ugly bear. He may possibly have a connection to the Ursa constellations.[[hottip:*:In theosophy, the Ursa Major constellation is linked to the Pleiades constellation; both a part of a series including the planet Earth, the sun, and the star Sirius. Yeah, have fun with that.]]

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* EverythingsWorseWithBears: War-Rock Omega-Xis has some minor ursine features (insofar as an armored fireball actually could). In the anime, Bud accuses his D-Pet disguise of being a snot-ugly bear. He may possibly have a connection to the Ursa constellations.[[hottip:*:In theosophy, the Ursa Major constellation is linked to the Pleiades constellation; both a part of a series including the planet Earth, the sun, and the star Sirius. Yeah, have fun with that.]]



* {{Transhuman}}: Technically he's a trans-alien. In the third game, War Rock is caught in Subaru's terminal when he downloads the [=Hunter-VG=] upgrade, part of which involves ''forcefully transforming'' him into a Wizard program. While he clearly finds this unpleasant, in the long-run it provides a lot of benefits, including allowing Omega-Xis to pass himself off as a Wizard and not an alien freeloader, change up Megaman's appearance, and allow him to materialize during battle since the new Wizard system changes up the FusionDance mechanics of Wave Change.
* WeWantOurJerkBack: During the final Filler arc of the anime, the comet Rajione VI enters Earth's atmosphere and produces major changes in the FM-ians. In War Rock's case, it replaces his rough personality with one that might be accurately described as Dandyism. This drives Subaru (and, as we learn later, War Rock himself) mad.
** The first thing he does is compare the comet [[HoYay with Subaru's "lovely eyes"]], though whether he actually finds them lovely or simply was led to use it as a complimentary adjective is up for debate.

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* {{Transhuman}}: Technically he's a trans-alien. In the third game, War Rock Omega-Xis is caught in Subaru's Geo's terminal when he downloads the [=Hunter-VG=] upgrade, part of which involves ''forcefully transforming'' him into a Wizard program. While he clearly finds this unpleasant, in the long-run it provides a lot of benefits, including allowing Omega-Xis to pass himself off as a Wizard and not an alien freeloader, change up Megaman's appearance, and allow him to materialize during battle since the new Wizard system changes up the FusionDance mechanics of Wave Change.
* WeWantOurJerkBack: During the final Filler arc of the anime, the comet Rajione VI enters Earth's atmosphere and produces major changes in the FM-ians. In War Rock's Omega-Xis's case, it replaces his rough personality with one that might be accurately described as Dandyism. This drives Subaru Geo (and, as we learn later, War Rock Omega-Xis himself) mad.
** The first thing he does is compare the comet [[HoYay with Subaru's Geo's "lovely eyes"]], though whether he actually finds them lovely or simply was led to use it as a complimentary adjective is up for debate.



* CuttingOffTheBranches: Averted in the anime's first season, in which Subaru and War-Rock gain access to all three Star Force forms, but played straight in Tribe, where they only achieve Thunder Berserk. Also played straight in each game where he only gets one SuperMode depending on the version of the game played.

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* CuttingOffTheBranches: Averted in the anime's first season, in which Subaru Geo and War-Rock Omega-Xis gain access to all three Star Force forms, but played straight in Tribe, where they only achieve Thunder Berserk.Zerker. Also played straight in each game where he only gets one SuperMode depending on the version of the game played.



** In concept art, this sometimes got out of hand; an early design for Fire Leo swapped out Subaru's hairdo for [[DragonBallZ Raditz's]].

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** In concept art, this sometimes got out of hand; an early design for Fire Leo swapped out Subaru's Geo's hairdo for [[DragonBallZ Raditz's]].



* InstantExpert: Tutorials notwithstanding, Mega Man has really very little problem operating anything in his arsenal that might give him trouble. Mega himself says Subaru has a natural knack for battling. [[DeadpanSnarker He replies that he doesn't want to have a knack for it]].
** Even more pronounced in the anime, wherein Subaru easily adapts to his powers and by episode 26 is suddenly doing martial arts tactics.

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* InstantExpert: Tutorials notwithstanding, Mega Man has really very little problem operating anything in his arsenal that might give him trouble. Mega himself says Subaru Geo has a natural knack for battling. [[DeadpanSnarker He replies that he doesn't want to have a knack for it]].
** Even more pronounced in the anime, wherein Subaru Geo easily adapts to his powers and by episode 26 is suddenly doing martial arts tactics.



--> '''Transforming in 1 and 2''': EM Wave Change! Geo Stellar, On The Air!

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--> '''Transforming in 1 and 2''': EM Wave Change! Geo Stellar, Stelar, On The Air!



* MidSeasonUpgrade: In the anime, the Star Force counts as this. It was, unfortunately, so powerful that it [[StoryBreakerPower snapped the plot in half]]. Instead of Subaru and War-Rock working to get the FM-ians off of Earth, the show shifted focus to the wacky lives of the FM-ians and what kind of zany schemes they could get away with before Rock Man showed up to mop them up.

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* MidSeasonUpgrade: In the anime, the Star Force counts as this. It was, unfortunately, so powerful that it [[StoryBreakerPower snapped the plot in half]]. Instead of Subaru Geo and War-Rock Omega-Xis working to get the FM-ians off of Earth, the show shifted focus to the wacky lives of the FM-ians and what kind of zany schemes they could get away with before Rock Mega Man showed up to mop them up.



* MultiformBalance: In the earlier installments, whatever Super Mode Rock Man used depended on version, though the other forms could be accessed through Brother data; the forms generally fit into a Power (Fire Leo and Fire Dinosaur) vs. Mobility (Ice Pegasus and Green Shinobi) vs. Technique (Green Dragon and Thunder Zerker) scheme. In the third game, all Super Modes are available and achieved at random, though the specific chances depend on the version. Each form gives different bonuses.
** In the anime, Rock Man will pull out a Star Force form more or less at random (save against Gemini Spark in the final arc), but in Tribe, Geo gets stuck with Thunder Berzerk.

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* MultiformBalance: In the earlier installments, whatever Super Mode Rock Mega Man used depended on version, though the other forms could be accessed through Brother data; the forms generally fit into a Power (Fire Leo and Fire Dinosaur) vs. Mobility (Ice Pegasus and Green Shinobi) Wood Ninja) vs. Technique (Green Dragon and Thunder Zerker) scheme. In the third game, all Super Modes are available and achieved at random, though the specific chances depend on the version. Each form gives different bonuses.
** In the anime, Rock Mega Man will pull out a Star Force form more or less at random (save against Gemini Spark in the final arc), but in Tribe, Geo gets stuck with Thunder Berzerk.Zerker.



* TransformationIsAFreeAction: Justified in the games, most of the time, as Subaru transforms before he meets the baddies by necessity due to the Wave World being different from the Real World. The anime and the SuperMode transformations play this straight.

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* TransformationIsAFreeAction: Justified in the games, most of the time, as Subaru Geo transforms before he meets the baddies by necessity due to the Wave World being different from the Real World. The anime and the SuperMode transformations play this straight.



* WeakButSkilled: Mega Man on his own doesn't have any of the other FM-ian's natural powers or their ability to jump up in power, so he uses Battle Card strategy and self-customization through Abilities. This is even more seen in the anime, as Rockman's small form can easily stand toe-to-toe with the other wave aliens due to the use of battle cards and cunning strategies.

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* WeakButSkilled: Mega Man on his own doesn't have any of the other FM-ian's natural powers or their ability to jump up in power, so he uses Battle Card strategy and self-customization through Abilities. This is even more seen in the anime, as Rockman's Mega Man's small form can easily stand toe-to-toe with the other wave aliens due to the use of battle cards and cunning strategies.



* AlphaBitch: From Subaru's (and her detractors') perspective. She's closer to a School Idol, but the audience's initial interactions with her involve her harassing the protagonist.

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* AlphaBitch: From Subaru's Geo's (and her detractors') perspective. She's closer to a School Idol, but the audience's initial interactions with her involve her harassing the protagonist.



* BitingTheHandkerchief: In the anime, Luna actually manages to tear one apart with her teeth after she sees Harp Note being friendly with [=Rock Man=].

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* BitingTheHandkerchief: In the anime, Luna actually manages to tear one apart with her teeth after she sees Harp Note being friendly with [=Rock Man=].Mega Man.



* CameraFiend: In the anime, Luna can use her Transer as a camera. Later, we see she has a host of pictures of Rock Man, that she seems to have taken with it.

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* CameraFiend: In the anime, Luna can use her Transer as a camera. Later, we see she has a host of pictures of Rock Mega Man, that she seems to have taken with it.



* CryCute: She gets teary when the bento she makes for Rock Man in the anime gets ruined during an FM-ian attack.

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* CryCute: She gets teary when the bento she makes for Rock Mega Man in the anime gets ruined during an FM-ian attack.



* FeminineWomenCanCook: The anime incident was spurred on by a daily televised poll for "Most Desirable Women". The next time she catches it, the results indicate a "Woman Who Can Clean House", so Luna ends up ''kicking Subaru out of his own room'' so she can clean it. [[{{Troll}} Akane]] likes it when there's more noise in the house.
* FirstNameBasis: With Gonta-kun and Kizamaro-kun in the Japanese.
* {{Flanderization}}: Most of her characterization is stripped away in the anime, leaving her with two major traits: aggression and fangirlism. She gets some [[{{Tsundere}} Dere]] back in ''Tribe'', after her [=Rock Man=] shock has worn off.

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* FeminineWomenCanCook: The anime incident was spurred on by a daily televised poll for "Most Desirable Women". The next time she catches it, the results indicate a "Woman Who Can Clean House", so Luna ends up ''kicking Subaru Geo out of his own room'' so she can clean it. [[{{Troll}} Akane]] likes it when there's more noise in the house.
* FirstNameBasis: With Gonta-kun Gonta and Kizamaro-kun Kizamaro in the Japanese.
* {{Flanderization}}: Most of her characterization is stripped away in the anime, leaving her with two major traits: aggression and fangirlism. She gets some [[{{Tsundere}} Dere]] back in ''Tribe'', after her [=Rock Man=] Mega Man shock has worn off.



%%* FriendToAllChildren: In the anime. Subaru's a special case.

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%%* FriendToAllChildren: In the anime. Subaru's Geo's a special case.



* TheGlomp: She gets in a flying tackle on her [=Rock Man-sama=] in the anime.

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* TheGlomp: She gets in a flying tackle on her [=Rock Man-sama=] Mega Man in the anime.



* LethalChef: In the anime, Luna's attempts to learn how to cook are plagued with failures. Her cooking compromises the head butler and then her own stomach, and even after she's convinced Akane to teach her, Subaru gets to experience the rocky road to [=RockMan=].

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* LethalChef: In the anime, Luna's attempts to learn how to cook are plagued with failures. Her cooking compromises the head butler and then her own stomach, and even after she's convinced Akane Hope to teach her, Subaru Geo gets to experience the rocky road to [=RockMan=].Mega Man.



* LovingAShadow: Luna's idealized [=RockMan-sama=], so much so that she willfully refuses to so much as consider Subaru as his alter-ego.

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* LovingAShadow: Luna's idealized [=RockMan-sama=], Mega Man, so much so that she willfully refuses to so much as consider Subaru Geo as his alter-ego.



* TeamChef: After her DayInTheLimelight in the anime. She graduates from LethalChef to swatting Subaru's hands away when he tries to steal the muffins she bakes in his kitchen.

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* TeamChef: After her DayInTheLimelight in the anime. She graduates from LethalChef to swatting Subaru's Geo's hands away when he tries to steal the muffins she bakes in his kitchen.



* TooDumbToLive: She's been known to linger around battle sites to watch Mega Man go rather than get herself out there, though if things get dire enough, she'll abandon ship, too; at one point in the anime, exploits this: she wants to find Rock Man, and Rock Man only shows up to fight off the FM-ians, so she'll go to the highest point in the city and look around for signs of FM-ians causing trouble so she can get there faster.

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* TooDumbToLive: She's been known to linger around battle sites to watch Mega Man go rather than get herself out there, though if things get dire enough, she'll abandon ship, too; at one point in the anime, exploits this: she wants to find Rock Mega Man, and Rock Mega Man only shows up to fight off the FM-ians, so she'll go to the highest point in the city and look around for signs of FM-ians causing trouble so she can get there faster.



** Type A, though Geo (and the audience) don't get to see her sweet side until he really gets to know her. It exists, mind you; that sweet side is why Bud is so loyal to her. In the anime, she eventually transitions into Type B (sweet for everyone except Subaru).

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** Type A, though Geo (and the audience) don't get to see her sweet side until he really gets to know her. It exists, mind you; that sweet side is why Bud is so loyal to her. In the anime, she eventually transitions into Type B (sweet for everyone except Subaru).Geo).



* ShipperOnDeck: In the anime, he happens across what he believes to be Luna and Gonta on a date, which, after Luna's and Gonta's loud argument in the classroom that morning, fills his head with thoughts of [[BelligerentSexualTension sexual tension]]. He spends the next episode trying to get Subaru to help him set their ship's sail, only to discover he'd encountered [[OhCrap Taurus and Ophiuchus in disguise]].

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* ShipperOnDeck: In the anime, he happens across what he believes to be Luna and Gonta on a date, which, after Luna's and Gonta's loud argument in the classroom that morning, fills his head with thoughts of [[BelligerentSexualTension sexual tension]]. He spends the next episode trying to get Subaru Geo to help him set their ship's sail, only to discover he'd encountered [[OhCrap Taurus and Ophiuchus in disguise]].



** The anime has a variant on this -- in her original antagonist role, Lyra was actually possessing Sonia, but after she loses, the prospect of going back and reporting her failures is so unappealing, Lyra tries to make nice with Sonia instead. Sonia decides to profit from this by going on adventures around the world and becoming a Henshin Hero, disappearing for half-a-dozen episodes before bailing Mega Man out of his fight with Gemini Spark on her own initiative. Misora and Subaru have no particular relationship until the end of the first anime season, only knowing each other as Rock Man and Harp Note (though Subaru discerns her quite public Secret Identity).

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** The anime has a variant on this -- in her original antagonist role, Lyra was actually possessing Sonia, but after she loses, the prospect of going back and reporting her failures is so unappealing, Lyra tries to make nice with Sonia instead. Sonia decides to profit from this by going on adventures around the world and becoming a Henshin Hero, disappearing for half-a-dozen episodes before bailing Mega Man out of his fight with Gemini Spark on her own initiative. Misora Sonia and Subaru Geo have no particular relationship until the end of the first anime season, only knowing each other as Rock Mega Man and Harp Note (though Subaru Geo discerns her quite public Secret Identity).



* MesACrowd: At one point in the Tribe anime, she decides to ditch a television program she was a part of to go adventuring with Subaru, and has Cancer cover for her. The crab alien gets his claws on Cygnus' [[spoiler:old materializing device]][[hottip:*:Used to simulate each FM-ian's original host's material so they could use EM Wave Change without a host proper]] to create a Remote-Control Misora Puppet. Cancer does [[{{Flanderization}} a poor job of imitating Misora's personality]], however, so when the idol comes back, she finds the puppet behaving embarassingly on stage.

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* MesACrowd: At one point in the Tribe anime, she decides to ditch a television program she was a part of to go adventuring with Subaru, Geo, and has Cancer cover for her. The crab alien gets his claws on Cygnus' [[spoiler:old materializing device]][[hottip:*:Used to simulate each FM-ian's original host's material so they could use EM Wave Change without a host proper]] to create a Remote-Control Misora Sonia Puppet. Cancer does [[{{Flanderization}} a poor job of imitating Misora's Sonia's personality]], however, so when the idol comes back, she finds the puppet behaving embarassingly on stage.
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* ClassRepresentative: And she's absolutely hell-bent on being elected StudentCouncilPresident. Winning the election is her primary motivation for doing anything for the first half of both the first and third games, and is the reason she goes after Geo at the start of the series (it would look very good for her she could demonstrate she was responsible for making sure all of her class was present, including a certain [[TheHero bad egg]]). So important is this to her character that [=TvTropes=] recognizes her as a [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Pantheon/LeadershipDemigodsAndQuasideities Quasideity of Leadership]].

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* ClassRepresentative: And she's absolutely hell-bent on being elected StudentCouncilPresident. Winning the election is her primary motivation for doing anything for the first half of both the first and third games, and is the reason she goes after Geo at the start of the series (it would look very good for her she could demonstrate she was responsible for making sure all of her class was present, including a certain [[TheHero bad egg]]). So important is this to her character that [=TvTropes=] recognizes her as a [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Pantheon/LeadershipDemigodsAndQuasideities Quasideity the Goddess of Leadership]].Class Representatives.



%%* FirstNameBasis: With Gonta-kun and Kizamaro-kun in the Japanese.

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%%* * FirstNameBasis: With Gonta-kun and Kizamaro-kun in the Japanese.



%%* ImprobableHairstyle: Lifetime Achievement Award for this girl, right here.

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%%* * ImprobableHairstyle: Luna's perfectly set "supercurls". Lifetime Achievement Award for this girl, right here.



%%* LethalChef: Her early efforts do ''not'' bode well for our hero.

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%%* * LethalChef: In the anime, Luna's attempts to learn how to cook are plagued with failures. Her early efforts do ''not'' bode well for our hero.cooking compromises the head butler and then her own stomach, and even after she's convinced Akane to teach her, Subaru gets to experience the rocky road to [=RockMan=].



%%* LovingAShadow: And, damn, is she ''stubborn'' about it.

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%%* * LovingAShadow: And, damn, is Luna's idealized [=RockMan-sama=], so much so that she ''stubborn'' about it.willfully refuses to so much as consider Subaru as his alter-ego.



* ManicPixieDreamGirl: "Are you Geo Stelar? Excellent! Come to school!" She's assertive, expressive, and insists on dragging Geo out of his shell. Mind you, her pursuit of the boy is actually ''justified'' -- it's a political gambit for her approval rating; frankly, she doesn't think much of him at all in the beginning. She gets better... somewhat.

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* ManicPixieDreamGirl: "Are you Geo Stelar? Excellent! Come to school!" She's assertive, expressive, and insists on dragging Geo out of his shell. Mind you, her pursuit of the boy is actually ''justified'' -- it's a political gambit for her approval rating; frankly, she doesn't think much of him at all in the beginning. She gets better... somewhat.



%%* {{Ojou}}

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%%* {{Ojou}}* {{Ojou}}: Rich, proper, born into wealth? Yup.



%%* RapunzelHair: In the anime, we learn that she sleeps with her hair down.

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%%* * RapunzelHair: In the anime, we learn that she sleeps with her hair down.down. This results in a giant mass of hair down to her calves.



%%* SmittenTeenageGirl: Preteen, technically.

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%%* * SmittenTeenageGirl: Preteen, technically.technically, but her infatuation with the local superhero is second to none.
16th Feb '17 5:31:02 PM NotOnAnyFlatbread
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%%* BrownEyes: Just like his father.
11th Feb '17 11:56:42 PM Tenma-Yuuki
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* SpockSpeak: Well-spoken at all times.



* YuriLowenthal
4th Feb '17 11:34:36 AM Morgenthaler
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%%* MisatoFukuen
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* GenreSavvy:
** In the second game, after her sidequest. When considering how Geo seems to know whenever she has a problem, she starts speculating that Geo has been reading her diary by sneaking into her Star Carrier as [=Mega Man=]. Geo and Mega, who are doing ''[[CrowningMomentOfFunny exactly that]]'', panic and skedaddle.
** More savvy in the anime: If ever she wants to find Rock Man, all she has to do is wait for an FM-ian to make trouble. She at one point goes to the highest skyscraper in the city to get a good survey of the city going. Subaru is about to show up as Rock Man just to keep her out of trouble when there's an actual FM-ian attack. Any points she gets for this are mitigated by the fact that [[TooDumbToLive she plans on deliberately approaching an FM-ian attack]][[note]]On the other hand, the FM-ians at that point were basically undergoing enough VillainDecay to become a GoldfishPoopGang[[/note]].
** In the first game, when [[spoiler:Ophiucus meets with her and offers power to avoid her transferring schools]], Luna quickly points out that there's no way she'll listen because she knows very well what happens when an alien takes over someone since she was present at three previous similar incidents. [[spoiler:Sadly, she still takes the bait.]]
** Again in the second game. When Geo tells the others of [[spoiler: Sonia's betrayal]], she immediately berates Geo for not considering the possibility that [[spoiler: she]] might be ''faking'' it to keep Geo safe. [[spoiler: She turns out to be absolutely correct.]]



* TooDumbToLive: She's been known to linger around battle sites to watch Mega Man go rather than get herself out there, though if things get dire enough, she'll abandon ship, too; at one point in the anime, she creates the freakish, unclean offspring of this trope and Genre Savvy: she wants to find Rock Man, and Rock Man only shows up to fight off the FM-ians, so she'll go to the highest point in the city and look around for signs of FM-ians causing trouble so she can get there faster.

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* TooDumbToLive: She's been known to linger around battle sites to watch Mega Man go rather than get herself out there, though if things get dire enough, she'll abandon ship, too; at one point in the anime, she creates the freakish, unclean offspring of this trope and Genre Savvy: exploits this: she wants to find Rock Man, and Rock Man only shows up to fight off the FM-ians, so she'll go to the highest point in the city and look around for signs of FM-ians causing trouble so she can get there faster.
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