History Characters / StrikeWitches

15th Sep '17 1:25:32 AM jormis29
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->'''Voiced by:''' Rie Suegara (JP), Amber Lee Connors (EN)

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->'''Voiced by:''' Rie Suegara (JP), Amber Lee Connors Creator/AmberLeeConnors (EN)
31st Aug '17 3:26:17 PM ElSquibbonator
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* LittleBitBeastly: She gains traits from a Red-Crowned Crane when using magic. Notably, she's the only Witch whose animal form is not a mammal.

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* LittleBitBeastly: She gains traits from a Red-Crowned Crane when using magic. Notably, she's the only Witch whose animal form is not a mammal.
31st Aug '17 3:20:18 PM ElSquibbonator
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* LittleBitBeastly: She gains traits from a Red-Crowned Crane when using magic.

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* LittleBitBeastly: She gains traits from a Red-Crowned Crane when using magic. Notably, she's the only Witch whose animal form is not a mammal.
31st Jul '17 9:31:52 PM gjjones
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* DislikesTheNewGuy: A femal variation. Kanno dislikes Hikari upon joining the 502nd JFW. She eventually loosens up on her towards the end of the fourth episode.

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* DislikesTheNewGuy: A femal gender-swapped variation. Kanno dislikes Hikari upon joining the 502nd JFW. She eventually loosens up on her towards the end of the fourth episode.
3rd Jul '17 1:00:39 AM gjjones
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* TrashTalk: She delivers a major one to Hikari in episode 4 to serve as a motivation for the latter to retrieve the hat.
3rd Jul '17 12:59:29 AM gjjones
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* IShallTauntYou: In episode 4, she deliberately trash-talks Hikari as a failure while the latter's struggling to retrieve the hat. Fortunately for her, Hikari finally retrieves the hat.



* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: She may be a jerk to Hikari, but she is a very generous person overall.

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* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: She may be a jerk to Hikari, Hikari at first, but she is a very generous person overall.
26th Jun '17 11:33:22 PM bucue4
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* GenreSavvy: It's almost impossible to hide anything from Minna. She knows her companions very well. For example, she is the first to perceive [[spoiler:Mio powers are fading away]].

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* GenreSavvy: It's almost impossible to hide anything from Minna. She knows her companions very well. For example, she is the first to perceive [[spoiler:Mio [[spoiler: Mio powers are fading away]].



** [[spoilerAnd it's increasingly apparent that she has developed feelings for Mio]].

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** [[spoilerAnd [[spoiler:And it's increasingly apparent that she has developed feelings for Mio]].
26th Jun '17 11:29:52 PM bucue4
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** It's a little more complicated then that: in cannon source material the allied command does uphold a blanket prohibition from fraternization between conventional military personnel and the witches beyond anything that is purely professional in nature to ensure that witches aren't taken advantage of but to also discourage the possibility of unbecoming behavior and to some degree soften the impact of loosing non-which comrades, though it seems that the extent in which this is enforced may vary from nation to nation or even from unit to unit. Minna herself when questioned by Mio about her actions being as heavy handed as they were responded matter of factually "Those are the rules" hinting that Minna is merely enforcing military protocol as a wing commander. That said it's likely given her backstory [[spoiler and the loss of Kurt]] it could be argued she could be enforcing the anti-fraternization protocol much more strictly then most, but not out of "bitterness" or "self-righteousness".... more likely it's motivated by a combination of professionalism in her duties as an officer being influenced and enforcing military protocol more heavily by personal anguish and trying to go about preserving the well being of her subordinates; given that she is still a Commander who cares for the well being of her girls so her actions typically are motivated to that end in mind. It should be noted that Eila and Sanya hold feelings for each other: yet Minna doesn't appear to show and express any objection.

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** It's a little more complicated then that: in cannon source material the allied command does uphold a blanket prohibition from fraternization between conventional military personnel and the witches beyond anything that is purely professional in nature to ensure that witches aren't taken advantage of but to also discourage the possibility of unbecoming behavior and to some degree soften the impact of loosing non-which comrades, though it seems that the extent in which this is enforced may vary from nation to nation or even from unit to unit. Minna herself when questioned by Mio about her actions being as heavy handed as they were responded matter of factually "Those are the rules" hinting that Minna is merely enforcing military protocol as a wing commander. That said it's likely given her backstory [[spoiler [[spoiler: and the loss of Kurt]] it could be argued she could be enforcing the anti-fraternization protocol much more strictly then most, but not out of "bitterness" or "self-righteousness".... more likely it's motivated by a combination of professionalism in her duties as an officer being influenced and enforcing military protocol more heavily by personal anguish and trying to go about preserving the well being of her subordinates; given that she is still a Commander who cares for the well being of her girls so her actions typically are motivated to that end in mind. It should be noted that Eila and Sanya hold feelings for each other: yet Minna doesn't appear to show and express any objection.
25th Jun '17 1:17:58 PM bucue4
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** It's a little more complicated then that: in cannon source material the allied command does uphold a blanket prohibition from fraternization between conventional military personnel and the witches beyond anything that is purely professional in nature to ensure that witches aren't taken advantage of but to also discourage the possibility of unbecoming behavior and to some degree soften the impact of loosing non-which comrades, though it seems that the extent in which this is enforced may vary from nation to nation or even from unit to unit. Minna herself when questioned by Mio about her actions being as heavy handed as they were responded matter of factually "Those are the rules" hinting that Minna is merely enforcing military protocol as a wing commander. That said it's likely given her backstory and the loss of Kurt it could be argued she could be enforcing the anti-fraternization protocol much more strictly then most, but not out of "bitterness" or "self-righteousness".... more likely it's motivated by a combination of professionalism in her duties as an officer being influenced and enforcing military protocol more heavily by personal anguish and trying to go about preserving the well being of her subordinates; given that she is still a Commander who cares for the well being of her girls so her actions typically are motivated to that end in mind. It should be noted that Eila and Sanya hold feelings for each other: yet Minna doesn't appear to show and express any objection.

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** It's a little more complicated then that: in cannon source material the allied command does uphold a blanket prohibition from fraternization between conventional military personnel and the witches beyond anything that is purely professional in nature to ensure that witches aren't taken advantage of but to also discourage the possibility of unbecoming behavior and to some degree soften the impact of loosing non-which comrades, though it seems that the extent in which this is enforced may vary from nation to nation or even from unit to unit. Minna herself when questioned by Mio about her actions being as heavy handed as they were responded matter of factually "Those are the rules" hinting that Minna is merely enforcing military protocol as a wing commander. That said it's likely given her backstory [[spoiler and the loss of Kurt Kurt]] it could be argued she could be enforcing the anti-fraternization protocol much more strictly then most, but not out of "bitterness" or "self-righteousness".... more likely it's motivated by a combination of professionalism in her duties as an officer being influenced and enforcing military protocol more heavily by personal anguish and trying to go about preserving the well being of her subordinates; given that she is still a Commander who cares for the well being of her girls so her actions typically are motivated to that end in mind. It should be noted that Eila and Sanya hold feelings for each other: yet Minna doesn't appear to show and express any objection.


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** [[spoilerAnd it's increasingly apparent that she has developed feelings for Mio]].


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** Debatable if this trope actually applies: [[spoiler: given that Minna appears to draw her gun in a bit to try and get through to Mio who is well known for being either dense, stubborn or both; it was likely the only way Minna could get Mio to both take her seriously as well as understand explicitly. In most cases a Yandere actually wants to harm their love interest to prevent them being stolen from competition (wither real or imagined). In this case Minna doesn't actually want to shoot Mio and is doing so to convince Mio to stop fighting in the war due to her diminishing magical viability, which are actual, legitimate concerns, if exercised and expressed in an extream way]].
25th Jun '17 1:05:51 PM bucue4
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** It's a little more complicated then that: in cannon source material the allied command does uphold a blanket prohibition from fraternization between conventional military personnel and the witches beyond anything that is purely professional in nature to ensure that witches aren't taken advantage of but to also discourage the possibility of unbecoming behavior and to some degree soften the impact of loosing non-which comrades, though it seems that the extent in which this is enforced may vary from nation to nation or even from unit to unit. Minna herself when questioned about Minna's actions being as heavy handed as they were responded matter of factually "Those are the rules" hinting that Minna is merely enforcing military protocol as a wing commander. That said it's likely given her backstory and the loss of Kurt it's could be argued she could be enforcing the anti-fraternization protocol much more strictly then most, but not out of "bitterness" or "self-righteousness".... more likely it's motivated by a combination of professionalism in her duties as an officer being influenced and enforcing military protocol more heavily by personal anguish given that she is still a Commander who cares for the well being of her girls so her actions typically are motivated to that end in mind. It should be noted that Eila and Sanya hold feelings for each other: yet Minna doesn't appear to show and express any objection.

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** It's a little more complicated then that: in cannon source material the allied command does uphold a blanket prohibition from fraternization between conventional military personnel and the witches beyond anything that is purely professional in nature to ensure that witches aren't taken advantage of but to also discourage the possibility of unbecoming behavior and to some degree soften the impact of loosing non-which comrades, though it seems that the extent in which this is enforced may vary from nation to nation or even from unit to unit. Minna herself when questioned by Mio about Minna's her actions being as heavy handed as they were responded matter of factually "Those are the rules" hinting that Minna is merely enforcing military protocol as a wing commander. That said it's likely given her backstory and the loss of Kurt it's it could be argued she could be enforcing the anti-fraternization protocol much more strictly then most, but not out of "bitterness" or "self-righteousness".... more likely it's motivated by a combination of professionalism in her duties as an officer being influenced and enforcing military protocol more heavily by personal anguish and trying to go about preserving the well being of her subordinates; given that she is still a Commander who cares for the well being of her girls so her actions typically are motivated to that end in mind. It should be noted that Eila and Sanya hold feelings for each other: yet Minna doesn't appear to show and express any objection.
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