History Characters / PrincessTutu

14th Mar '17 5:10:19 PM lalalei2001
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* UnstoppableRage: The final episode, again. [[spoiler:Fakir gets attacked by the leader of the Book Men, and Autor fends off his attacker using only a book and his bare hands. Did I mention the other guy has an axe? Yeah.]]

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* UnstoppableRage: The In the final episode, again. episode [[spoiler:Fakir gets attacked by the leader of the Book Men, who's wielding an axe, and Autor fends off his attacker using only a book and his bare hands. Did I mention the other guy has an axe? Yeah.hands.]]



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15th Feb '17 5:00:58 PM sorako
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* HappilyAdopted: He was adopted by the blacksmith Charon. They are introduced in slightly bad terms because Charon initially doesn't approve of Fakir putting himself in danger for Mytho's sake, but it's clear Charon loves Fakir very much and only wishes the best for him.



* PetTheDog: Or the duck, as the case may be.

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* PetTheDog: Or the duck, as the case may be.The moments in which he's so kind to Ahiru in her duck form (unaware it's really Ahiru) is when we start to realize Fakir is not that bad of a guy.


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* TheBlacksmith: He's the local blacksmith.


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* MyGreatestFailure: The gap in his heart came from his regret over introducing Fakir to "The Prince and the Raven" and telling him that his birthmark was a sign that Fakir was the knight from the story reborn. This ended up inspiring Fakir to fight as Mytho's knight, even if his fate is to die protecting the prince. Princess Tutu got Charon to let go of his regrets by advising him to have faith in Fakir.
15th Feb '17 4:37:26 PM sorako
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* CannotSpitItOut: Unless she wants to turn into a speck of light.



* TongueTied: She cannot tell Mytho that she loves him, or else she will disappear in a speck of light.



!!'''Autor'''


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-->'''Voiced by''': Rie Ishizuka (JP), Kelly Manison (EN)


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-->'''Voiced by''': Creator/RomiPark (JP), Robin Terry (EN)


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-->'''Voiced by''': Erino Hazuki (JP), Creator/KiraVincentDavis (EN)


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-->'''Voiced by''': Creator/{{Mugihito}} (JP), Robert Leeds (EN)


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-->'''Voiced by''': Creator/MamikoNoto (JP), Kaytha Coker (EN)


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-->'''Voiced by''': Creator/TomoeHanba (JP), Creator/HilaryHaag (EN)


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-->'''Voiced by''': Sayuri Yoshida (JP), Creator/MonicaRial (EN)
22nd Jan '17 1:56:35 PM fireheart
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** This is most prominent in his classes as well - he puts an emphasis on knowing the basics and doing them well, even at a professional level and outright refuses to give pointe shoes to Duck because he feels she's not ready. This last part is somewhat TruthInTelevision - girls are typically not allowed to go en pointe until they show strong fundamental technique and their feet have finished growing.
20th Jan '17 9:03:28 AM sorako
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* TheChosenOne[=/=]TheUnchosenOne: [[PlayingWithATrope Played with]]. Drosselmeyer specifically selected her as Princess Tutu, but she didn't exactly "follow the plot", so to say.

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* TheChosenOne[=/=]TheUnchosenOne: TheChosenOne: [[PlayingWithATrope Played with]]. Drosselmeyer specifically selected her as Princess Tutu, but she didn't exactly "follow the plot", so to say.



* GrewASpine: As Mytho starts to regain his heart, he slowly starts to not go along with whatever Fakir and Rue tell him to do and begins to make his own decisions. Then things go south when Mytho's heart is tainted by the Raven's blood.



* MysticalWhiteHair: He has magical powers, and is apparently TheAgeless outside of his story.

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* MysticalWhiteHair: He His hair is white, he has magical powers, and is apparently TheAgeless outside of his story.



* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: "Mytho" is only the name Fakir gave him, so he wouldn't just be called "prince". [[spoiler:His real name is Siegfried.]]



* SupernaturalGoldEyes: He has golden eyes and he's a magic prince from a faiy tale.



However, underneath Fakir's harsh exterior is [[Main/JerkWithAHeartOfGold a boy that genuinely cares about Mytho's wellbeing]]. He desperately wants to protect Mytho and prove himself as his knight--but he also is afraid that when the story begins to move forward, he will be killed just like the Knight from the story.

As the details of his Main/{{Backstory}} start to unravel, Ahiru realizes that he's not as bad as he seems and starts to reach out to him. Fakir rejects her at first, distrustful of her, but he eventually relents and reluctantly agrees to be her partner--at least for a little while. That one concession drags him into Ahiru's world ([[Main/IneffectualLoner practically kicking and screaming]]), and he finds himself slowly changing his views on Mytho and Princess Tutu--as well as his own role in the story.

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However, underneath Fakir's harsh exterior is [[Main/JerkWithAHeartOfGold [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold a boy that genuinely cares about Mytho's wellbeing]]. He desperately wants to protect Mytho and prove himself as his knight--but he also is afraid that when the story begins to move forward, he will be killed just like the Knight from the story.

As the details of his Main/{{Backstory}} {{Backstory}} start to unravel, Ahiru realizes that he's not as bad as he seems and starts to reach out to him. Fakir rejects her at first, distrustful of her, but he eventually relents and reluctantly agrees to be her partner--at least for a little while. That one concession drags him into Ahiru's world ([[Main/IneffectualLoner ([[IneffectualLoner practically kicking and screaming]]), and he finds himself slowly changing his views on Mytho and Princess Tutu--as well as his own role in the story.



* AngerBornOfWorry: Much of the reason behind his treatment of Mytho in the first season. Mostly a non-romantic example, if you ignore the [[HoYay subtext]].

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* AngerBornOfWorry: Much of the reason behind his treatment of Mytho in the first season. Mostly a non-romantic example, if you ignore Fakir knows how Mytho can be reckless and put himself in danger to protect the [[HoYay subtext]].weak, so he's harsh with Mytho and tries to maintain him under his control to keep him out of trouble.


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* BirthmarkOfDestiny: He has a large scar-like birthmark that cuts across his chest, like the wound that ended the prince's knight in the fairy tale. Fakir is thought to be the reincarnation of said knight because of this.


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* DeclarationOfProtection: He swore to protect Mytho no matter what.


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* TheChooserOfTheOne: He was the one who chose Ahiru to be Princess Tutu, but he admits he didn't have any particular reason for it. He simply found it "amusing".
17th Jan '17 9:38:55 PM DustSnitch
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* {{Badass}}: [[spoiler: After Princess Tutu returns his last heart shard, thus completing his princely persona, he undergoes a GoodCostumeSwitch and then proceeds to defeat the collective asses of several ravens using his conjured sword and a few impressive acrobatic moves.]]
6th Dec '16 9:59:31 PM sorako
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* BarbieDollAnatomy: When Ahiru transforms from a duck to a human, her clothing doesn't change with heróso when she returns to her human form, she's naked. However, thanks to this trope, nothing is ever really shown.



* ShapeshiftingExcludesClothing: She loses her clothes whenever she turns back into a duck, so she's naked when she turns back into human.

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* ShapeshiftingExcludesClothing: She loses When Ahiru transforms from a duck to a human, her clothes whenever clothing doesn't change with heróso when she turns back into a duck, so returns to her human form, she's naked when she turns back into human.naked.



-->"[[ArcWords May those who accept their fate find happiness; may those who defy it, glory.]]"

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-->"[[ArcWords May -->"May those who accept their fate find happiness; may those who defy it, glory.]]""



'''Uzura''' is a young girl puppet made by Charon, Fakir's foster father, [[spoiler:from the burnt remains of Edel]]. Curious and emotional, she's fascinated by Ahiru's ability to transform from a duck to a human, and causes several [[PleasePutSomeClothesOn awkward]] moments between Ahiru and Fakir.

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'''Uzura''' is a young girl puppet made by Charon, Fakir's foster father, [[spoiler:from the burnt remains of Edel]].father. Curious and emotional, she's fascinated by Ahiru's ability to transform from a duck to a human, and causes several [[PleasePutSomeClothesOn awkward]] moments between Ahiru and Fakir.



* ArtificialHuman

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* ArtificialHumanArtificialHuman: She's a puppet [[spoiler:made from the burnt remains of Edel]].



-->''"[[Main/MrExposition Everything you've been dying to know]]!"''

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-->''"[[Main/MrExposition Everything -->''"Everything you've been dying to know]]!"''
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A relatively minor but important character in the second season, Autor is the main source of information for Fakir and Ahiru. Before he's properly introduced, Autor has [[ChekhovsGunman several cameos]] showing him shushing people at the library and hovering in the background [[Main/MysteriousWatcher watching Fakir]]. Once he enters the story, he proclaims himself to be ''the'' expert when it comes to Drosselmeyer and his powers. Autor is in fact a fanboy of Drosselmeyer and finds the very idea that he's still around pulling the strings "thrilling". That, combined with his massive ego and TrainingFromHell that he puts Fakir through, causes him to be a very unsympathetic character at first.

As the series nears its end, however, he's given some minor attempts at CharacterDevelopment that make him more than just an overenthusiastic InfoDump vehicle. Firstly, it soon becomes obvious that his egotistical attitude is covering up for a massive inferiority complex, and when Fakir turns out to be [[spoiler:extremely gifted in the [[Main/RewritingReality Story Spinning powers]]]] while he himself might not even have them, he starts to fluster about for what his true purpose in life is. Also, he's given a brief scene where he confesses love for Rue - [[spoiler:which actually [[Main/ThePowerOfLove sets her down the path]] towards discovering her origins and [[Main/CallingTheOldManOut defying her father]]]]. In the end, he's an interesting enough character that he's gained a small but dedicated following in the fandom.

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A relatively minor but important character in the second season, Autor is the main source of information for Fakir and Ahiru. Before he's properly introduced, Autor has [[ChekhovsGunman several cameos]] showing him shushing people at the library and hovering in the background [[Main/MysteriousWatcher [[MysteriousWatcher watching Fakir]]. Once he enters the story, he proclaims himself to be ''the'' expert when it comes to Drosselmeyer and his powers. Autor is in fact a fanboy of Drosselmeyer and finds the very idea that he's still around pulling the strings "thrilling". That, combined with his massive ego and TrainingFromHell that he puts Fakir through, causes him to be a very unsympathetic character at first.

As the series nears its end, however, he's given some minor attempts at CharacterDevelopment that make him more than just an overenthusiastic InfoDump vehicle. Firstly, it soon becomes obvious that his egotistical attitude is covering up for a massive inferiority complex, and when Fakir turns out to be [[spoiler:extremely gifted in the [[Main/RewritingReality Story Spinning powers]]]] while he himself might not even have them, he starts to fluster about for what his true purpose in life is. Also, he's given a brief scene where he confesses love for Rue - [[spoiler:which actually [[Main/ThePowerOfLove sets her down the path]] towards discovering her origins and [[Main/CallingTheOldManOut defying her father]]]]. In the end, he's an interesting enough character that he's gained a small but dedicated following in the fandom.



* HairColorDissonance: It's either blue or purple, depending on who you ask, but it still counts as stylized black.



* InferioritySuperiorityComplex: It soon becomes obvious that his egotistical attitude is covering up for a massive inferiority complex.



* SmallRoleBigImpact: He's given a brief scene where he confesses his love for Rue - [[spoiler:which actually [[ThePowerOfLove sets her down the path]] towards discovering her origins and [[CallingTheOldManOut defying her father]]]].



* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: It's either blue or purple, depending on who you ask, but it still counts as stylized black.



* ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: She's an anteater.

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* ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: ALizardNamedLiz: She's an anteater.
anteater named Anteaterina.



* BeehiveHairdo: A purple one, no less.



* TheLostLenore: Her deceased husband, who was her inspiration for running the restaurant.




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* TheMourningAfter: Her deceased husband was her inspiration for running the restaurant. The gap in her heart came from her grief over her husband's death.
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Purple hair, no less.
6th Dec '16 9:38:19 PM sorako
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!!'''Ahiru ("Duck")'''



* {{Expy}}: She might be an expy of the heroine from Sato's earlier work, ''{{Pretear}}'', although since Tutu was in the works in the 90's it might be the other way around. They do most certainly share the same English voice actor, though.



* HopeBringer: Princess Tutu represents hope. [[spoiler: This is what saves the town and ends Drosselmeyer's story]].
** Also, [[spoiler: this feeling is literally what allowed her to transform into Princess Tutu in the first place - her pendant is a heart shard, the Prince's feeling of hope.]]

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* HopeBringer: Princess Tutu represents hope. [[spoiler: This is what saves the town and ends Drosselmeyer's story]].
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story]]. Also, [[spoiler: this feeling is literally what allowed her to transform into Princess Tutu in the first place - her pendant is a heart shard, the Prince's feeling of hope.]]



* InvoluntaryShapeshifter: When she quacks (which happens often when she's flustered), she turns back into her true form as a duck. But, when wearing her pendant, water turns her back into a girl.



* MagicalGirl: ...Duh.

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* MagicalGirl: ...Duh.MagicalGirl



* ShapeshiftingLover: Every now and then, this old folktale is referenced in the way Tutu appears to people.

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* ShapeshiftingExcludesClothing: She loses her clothes whenever she turns back into a duck, so she's naked when she turns back into human.
* ShapeshiftingLover: Every now and then, this old folktale is referenced in the way Tutu sometimes appears as a swan to people.people, and was in love with the Prince from her fairy taleóbut she's the one who has to hide something, instead of the Prince.
* ShortHairWithTail: She has short hair with a long braid that reaches down her knees.



!!'''Mytho/[[spoiler:Siegfried]]'''



* CainAndAbel: With Fakir.
** In the second season, he and Fakir develop this sort of relationship as Mytho constantly abuses Fakir and tries to cause him trouble because of the Raven's blood in him.
** This was reversed in the first season, where Fakir was the one pushing Mytho around. His domineering treatment of Mytho was his own way of protecting him, however, as Mytho couldn't protect himself.

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* CainAndAbel: With Fakir.
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Fakir. In the second season, he and Fakir develop this sort of relationship as Mytho constantly abuses Fakir and tries to cause him trouble because of the Raven's blood in him.
** This was reversed in the first season, where Fakir was the one pushing Mytho around. His domineering treatment of Mytho was his own way of protecting him, however, as Mytho couldn't protect himself.
him.



* DesignatedVictim[=/=]DistressedDude: Particularly in the first season.

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* DesignatedVictim[=/=]DistressedDude: DesignatedVictim: Particularly in the first season.season, Mytho is constantly targeted by the MonsterOfTheWeek and Princess Tutu has to rescue him.
* DistressedDude: In the first half of the series, Mytho always gets himself in trouble for Princess Tutu to come and save him.



* {{Expy}}: Mytho might be an expy of Sasame in the anime version of ''{{Pretear}}''. They have similar, black-feathered outfits when they [[spoiler: turn evil]]. But Sasame's attitude towards [[spoiler: Takako]] is closer to [[LoveMartyr Rue.]]



* GottaCatchThemAll: Mytho's heart shards.



* KnightInShiningArmor: Mytho -- or, rather, Prince [[spoiler:Siegfried]].

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* KnightInShiningArmor: Mytho -- or, rather, Prince [[spoiler:Siegfried]].His original self was a brave and strong prince who would sacrifice himself to protect the weak and needy.
* LivingMacGuffin: Particularly in the first season, Mytho's main purpose is to be a living plot object that gives Ahiru a motivation to gather his heart shards and make him complete again.



* MeaningfulName: As noted above, "Mytho" means "story". [[spoiler:Also, Siegfried is the name of the prince from ''Theatre/SwanLake''. He's also the main character of ''DerRingDesNibelungen'', and music from that opera plays during some of Siegfried's battle scenes.]]

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* MeaningfulName: As noted above, "Mytho" means "story". [[spoiler:Also, Siegfried is the name of the prince from ''Theatre/SwanLake''. He's also the main character of ''DerRingDesNibelungen'', ''Theatre/TheRingOfTheNibelung'', and music from that opera plays during some of Siegfried's battle scenes.]]



* NightmareFetishist[=/=]NightmareFuelStationAttendant: Second season again.

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* NightmareFetishist[=/=]NightmareFuelStationAttendant: NightmareFetishist: Second season again.again.
* NobleMaleRoguishMale: The Noble Male to Fakir's Roguish Male.



* PrinceCharming

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* PrinceCharmingPrinceCharming: His original self before he lost his heart was said to be the classical charming, loving and brave fairy tale prince. This start to show as he regains more of his emotions.



* RomanticFalseLead: For a good part of the series, Mytho serves as Ahiru's love interest, even though [[StarCrossedLovers their romance seems to be doomed]]. At the end, [[spoiler:Ahiru appears to have developed feelings for Fakir instead and Mytho falls in love with Rue after she sacrifices herself to save him. Mytho/Siegfried makes Rue his princess and leaves with her while Ahiru stays with Fakir, who promised to never leave her even if she now has to stay a duck forever.]]



!!'''Fakir'''



* AccidentalMurder: [[spoiler:Fakir accidentally killed his own parents by causing a crow attack when one of his stories went out of control.]]



* {{Badass}}: He's pretty handy with a sword, being in the role of a knight and all.



* CharacterDevelopment[=/=]TookALevelInKindness: Grows to be less and less of a {{jerkass}} as the plot goes on.

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* CharacterDevelopment[=/=]TookALevelInKindness: Grows ClothingDamage: Fakir's clothing gets torn up enough that it's become a popular fandom joke to be less and less of show him tearing clothing, having a {{jerkass}} as the plot goes on.tear even when he's wearing a different costume, etc.



* FreudianExcuse: [[spoiler:Fakir accidentally killed his own parents by causing a crow attack when one of his stories went out of control.]]



* ImpossiblyCoolClothes: Subverted -- Fakir's clothing gets torn up enough that it's become a popular fandom joke to show him tearing clothing, having a tear even when he's wearing a different costume, etc.



* MasterSwordsman: He's pretty handy with a sword, being in the role of a knight and all.



* NobleMaleRoguishMale: The Roguish Male to Mytho's Noble Male.



* TraumaInducedAmnesia: [[spoiler:Fakir is aware of his parents' deaths, but doesn't give any indication that he remembers how it happened until Ahiru drags up the memories. He also completely forgot about his [[Main/RewritingReality powers]].]]

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* TookALevelInKindness: Grows to be less and less of a {{jerkass}} as the plot goes on.
* TraumaInducedAmnesia: [[spoiler:Fakir is aware of his parents' deaths, but doesn't give any indication that he remembers how it happened until Ahiru drags up the memories. He also completely forgot about his [[Main/RewritingReality [[RewritingReality powers]].]]



!!'''Rue'''



* AnguishedDeclarationOfLove: In the second-to-last episode as part of her HeroicSacrifice.

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* AnguishedDeclarationOfLove: In the second-to-last episode as part of episode, [[spoiler:Rue confesses her HeroicSacrifice.love for Mytho as she offers to have her own heart eaten to save him]].



* {{Backstory}}: Rue's begins to be explained in the second season, adding a lot to her character in the process.



* BeneathTheMask: Initially, it looks like [[TheOjou aloof, enigmatic]] Rue is Kraehe's mask. [[spoiler:It's quite the other way around-strong, arrogant Kraehe is [[TheWoobie abused, lonely, and deeply sad Rue's]] mask.]]

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* BeneathTheMask: Initially, it looks like [[TheOjou [[AloofDarkHairedGirl aloof, enigmatic]] Rue is Kraehe's mask. [[spoiler:It's quite the other way around-strong, arrogant Kraehe is [[TheWoobie abused, lonely, and deeply sad Rue's]] mask.]]



* ChangelingTale: [[spoiler:She was kidnapped by the Raven as a baby and raised as his own daughter.]]

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* ChangelingTale: [[spoiler:She was It's eventually revealed that [[spoiler:she's not actually the Raven's daughter, but a human girl he kidnapped by the Raven as when she was a baby and raised as his own daughter.baby.]]



* DarkAndTroubledPast: Rue's begins to be explained in the second season, adding a lot to her character in the process.



* DefrostingIceQueen: Even before her alter-ego stepped into the picture, Rue genuinely appeared to be warming up to Duck.

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* DefrostingIceQueen: Even before her alter-ego stepped into the picture, Rue genuinely appeared to be warming up to Duck.Ahiru.



* EvilWearsBlack: As Kraehe.

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* EvilWearsBlack: As Kraehe.Princess Kraehe wears an all-black outfit, which contrasts with [[WomanInWhite Princess Tutu]] and emphasizes the crueler and more manipulative personality she has than when she's Rue.
* ExcessiveEvilEyeshadow: Kraehe wears purple eyeshadow, in contrast to Tutu who doesn't wear any sort of makeup.



* HeelFaceTurn: [[spoiler:In the end, Rue does a HeroicSacrifice to save Mytho. After he rescues her, she helps him kill the Raven once and for all]].

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* HeelFaceTurn: [[spoiler:In the end, Rue does a HeroicSacrifice to save Mytho. After he rescues her, she helps him kill the Raven once and for all]].all.]]



* IAmWho: It's eventually revealed that [[spoiler:she's not actually the Raven's daughter, but a human girl he kidnapped when she was a baby.]]



* LoveRedeems: Part of her HeelFaceTurn.
* MakeupIsEvil: Kraehe wears purple eyeshadow, in contrast to Tutu who doesn't wear any sort of makeup.

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* LoveRedeems: Part of It's true that [[LoveMakesYouEvil her HeelFaceTurn.
* MakeupIsEvil: Kraehe wears purple eyeshadow,
love for Mytho was the reason for her evil actions in contrast the first place]], but at the end, [[spoiler:Rue realizes she loves Mytho too much to Tutu who doesn't wear any sort of makeup.let the Raven fully take control over him. She turns against the Raven and helps Mytho/Siegfried defeat him once and for all.]]



!!'''Herr D. D. Drosselmeyer'''



* BewareTheSillyOnes: He gets some of the funniest moments in the series, all of which are jokes at his expense, but don't let that give the wrong idea about him, he's far from harmless.



* BewareTheSillyOnes: He gets some of the funniest moments in the series, all of which are jokes at his expense, but don't let that give the wrong idea about him, he's far from harmless.
* BloodMagic: [[spoiler:He could still use his powers even after his hands were cut off, by writing with the blood oozing from the stumps where they used to be.]]



* CouldntFindAPen: [[spoiler:Drosselmeyer died after the angry townsfolk cut off his hands to stop him from warping reality with his writing, but he managed to bring the writing machine into existence by writing in his own blood.]]



* EvilIsHammy: Drosselmeyer can be completely over-the-top when commenting on the action in the story, particularly in the dub, where he was given a booming aristocratic voice completed with rolled R's. Which just makes his commentary more entertaining.



* GodIsEvil: Or the writer is, but when you're a character in a story he might as well be God.



* GodIsEvil: Or the writer is, but when you're a character in a story he might as well be God.



* LargeHam: Drosselmeyer can be completely over-the-top when commenting on the action in the story, particularly in the dub, where he was given a booming aristocratic voice completed with rolled R's. Which just makes his commentary more entertaining.



* NightmareFetishist: Stories with happy endings are "boring" to him.
** TrueArtIsAngsty



* TrueArtIsAngsty: Stories with happy endings are "boring" to him.



* BeehiveHairdo: She somehow keeps her hair piled in a conical shape on the top of the head
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* BeehiveHairdo: She somehow keeps her hair piled in a conical shape on the top of the head
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* CrypticConversation: She always speaks in enigmatic and ominous poetic phrases that confuse Ahiru more than help her.



* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Pique, by contrast, genuinely wants the best for Duck, but is still pretty insulting towards her.

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* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Pique, by contrast, genuinely wants the best for Duck, Ahiru, but is still pretty insulting towards her.
30th Nov '16 7:52:25 PM captainpat
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* WomanInBlack: Princess Kraehe wears an all-black outfit, which contrasts with [[WomanInWhite Princess Tutu]] and emphasizes the crueler and more manipulative personality she has than when she's Rue.
29th Nov '16 5:31:46 PM sorako
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In fact, most of the characters Duck comes across she quickly wins over due to her kind, cheerful personality. Despite her flaws (and sometimes even ''because'' of them), she's an endearing girl that finds it easy to make friends. But, in the end, Duck ''is'' really a duck. When she quacks (which happens often when she's flustered), she turns back into her true form as a duck. But, when wearing her pendant, water turns her back into a girl.



* MagneticHero: Ahiru quickly wins over most of the characters she comes across due to her kind, cheerful personality. Despite her flaws (and sometimes even ''because'' of them), she's an endearing girl that finds it easy to make friends.



* OlderAlterEgo: Princess Tutu is noticeably taller [[note]]although this may be because she is constantly en pointe [[/note]] and more graceful than Ahiru, complete with a melodious voice and stunning dance skills.


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* SexierAlterEgo: Princess Tutu is noticeably more graceful than Ahiru, complete with a melodious voice and stunning dance skills.
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