History Characters / UminekoWhenTheyCryWitches

4th Oct '17 3:20:52 PM sorako
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* AdaptationalHeroism: Her more malicious aspects are considerably toned down in the anime.

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* AdaptationalHeroism: AdaptationalNiceGuy: Her more malicious aspects are considerably toned down in the anime.
26th Jul '17 1:39:11 PM sorako
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* TheMcCoy: Among Shannon, Kanon and herself, Beatrice is obviously the most emotionally-driven one with her sadistic and hammy nature. She coerces them into giving in to their emotions and desire for love, only to rejoice in the unavoidable failure of their romances. [[spoiler:Beatrice represents Sayo Yasuda's strong and aggressive side, as well as their most destructive and dangerous emotions.]]

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* TheMcCoy: Among Shannon, Kanon and herself, Beatrice is obviously the most emotionally-driven one with her sadistic and hammy nature. She coerces them into giving in to their emotions and desire for love, only to rejoice in the unavoidable failure of their romances. [[spoiler:Beatrice represents Sayo Yasuda's strong and aggressive side, as well as their her most destructive and dangerous emotions.]]
26th Jul '17 1:18:53 PM sorako
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* UsedToBeASweetKid: According to the flashback at the beginning of Episode 3, Beatrice was once a very sweet and innocent little girl who wanted to become a witch so she could achieve eternal happiness, after she was inspired by seeing Virgilia repair a broken vase with magic. She got what she wanted, but with that eternal happiness comes eternal boredom that she can only get rid of by abusing her powers to kill and revive people in sick ways. [[spoiler:While this flashback was really just a heavily idealized memory of Kumasawa getting Sayo Yasuda out of trouble for breaking the vase by saying a cat did it, it still foreshadows how Sayo really was a sweet kid, but some traumatic revelations and having a lonely, almost friendless life drove them to do some rather questionable things.]]

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* UsedToBeASweetKid: According to the flashback at the beginning of Episode 3, Beatrice was once a very sweet and innocent little girl who wanted to become a witch so she could achieve eternal happiness, after she was inspired by seeing Virgilia repair a broken vase with magic. She got what she wanted, but with that eternal happiness comes eternal boredom that she can only get rid of by abusing her powers to kill and revive people in sick ways. [[spoiler:While this flashback was really just a heavily idealized memory of Kumasawa getting Sayo Yasuda out of trouble for breaking the vase by saying a cat did it, it still foreshadows how Sayo really was a sweet kid, but some traumatic revelations and having a lonely, almost friendless life drove them her to do some rather questionable things.]]
26th Jul '17 1:14:31 PM sorako
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* CompositeCharacter: An in-universe version of the trope. [[spoiler:Beatrice as a whole is a mixture of the ghosts legends surrounding Rokkenjima, the rumor surrounding Kinzo's secret lover, and the real Beatrice's identities. In [=EP7=] it's shown how Sayo Yasuda started with a simple idea of Beatrice being a trickster ghost and ended with the product of knowing the stories behind the real Beatrices, their grandmother who gave the Italian gold to Kinzo and their mother who was kept in Kuwadorian and [[ParentalIncest was also Kinzo's lover]].]]

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* CompositeCharacter: An in-universe version of the trope. [[spoiler:Beatrice as a whole is a mixture of the ghosts legends surrounding Rokkenjima, the rumor surrounding Kinzo's secret lover, and the real Beatrice's identities. In [=EP7=] it's shown how Sayo Yasuda started with a simple idea of Beatrice being a trickster ghost and ended with the product of knowing the stories behind the real Beatrices, their her grandmother who gave the Italian gold to Kinzo and their her mother who was kept in Kuwadorian and [[ParentalIncest was also Kinzo's lover]].]]



* TheMirrorShowsYourTrueSelf: This is the reason why one of Beatrice's weaknesses is said to be mirrors. [[spoiler:Namely because Sayo Yasuda hates them, since mirrors remind them that they're not really a powerful, elegant witch like they pretend to be in order to cope with their low self-esteem.]]

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* TheMirrorShowsYourTrueSelf: This is the reason why one of Beatrice's weaknesses is said to be mirrors. [[spoiler:Namely because Sayo Yasuda hates them, since mirrors remind them her that they're she's not really a powerful, elegant witch like they pretend she pretends to be in order to cope with their her low self-esteem.]]



* APupilOfMineUntilSheTurnedToEvil: Virgilia repeatedly states her disappointment with how Beatrice has chosen to use her powers as Endless Witch. [[spoiler:This parallels how Kumasawa, the one who introduced Sayo Yasuda into mystery novels, might have ended up giving Sayo the source of their ideas about how to carry out the murders.]]

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* APupilOfMineUntilSheTurnedToEvil: Virgilia repeatedly states her disappointment with how Beatrice has chosen to use her powers as Endless Witch. [[spoiler:This parallels how Kumasawa, the one who introduced Sayo Yasuda into mystery novels, might have ended up giving Sayo the source of their her ideas about how to carry out the murders.]]



* WeaksauceWeakness: According to legend, Beatrice can be rendered powerless through spider webs or mirrors. [[spoiler:The spider webs are drawn from Kumasawa's stories about the youkai people believed would haunt the islands, and the mirrors are symbolic of how much Sayo Yasuda hates them due to their low self esteem.]]

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* WeaksauceWeakness: According to legend, Beatrice can be rendered powerless through spider webs or mirrors. [[spoiler:The spider webs are drawn from Kumasawa's stories about the youkai people believed would haunt the islands, and the mirrors are symbolic of how much Sayo Yasuda hates them due to their her low self esteem.self-esteem.]]
5th Jun '17 7:37:13 AM sorako
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* EvilCannotComprehendGood: In [=EP3=], Beatrice doesn't really understand why Battler blew up at her after she made him watch how Eva-Beatrice brutally tortured and murdered Rosa and Maria over and over again. Beatrice saw it as nothing but an amusing spectacle and she thought there was nothing wrong with what Eva-Beatrice was doing to Rosa and Maria because they can be revived no matter how many times they are killed.



* MagicStaff: It acts as her own version of the Ushiromiya Emblem.



* PetTheDog: Eva-Beatrice is unexpectedly kind to Ange in [=EP8=], going as far as to help out the heroes for Ange's sake at one point. [[spoiler:This is to represent how, despite everything, Eva always cared for Ange deep down.]]



* TheScapegoat: [[spoiler:Just like Beatrice for Battler, she does this for Ange.]]



* SimpleStaff: It acts as her own version of the Ushiromiya Emblem.

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* SimpleStaff: It acts as SilentScapegoat: [[spoiler:Just like Beatrice for Battler, she is this for Ange. Eva-Beatrice deliberately let Ange hate and blame her own version of as the Ushiromiya Emblem.culprit so Ange wouldn't find out the truth about her parents.]]
17th May '17 11:19:54 PM sorako
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* LackOfEmpathy: Lambda doesn't think much of human lifes and is always ready to have them ruined if she finds it entertaining.

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* LackOfEmpathy: Lambda doesn't think much of human lifes lives and is always ready to have them ruined if she finds it entertaining.entertaining. She's still better off than Bernkastel; Lambdadelta at least can be genuinely helpful to those who work hard for their goals, going as far as to [[spoiler:sacrifice herself to protect the heroes in the final arc]].



* NobleDemon: She will mercilessly toy with others' lives to get some amusement out of it, but she will never abandon those who work hard for the certainty to achieve their wishes.



* YouShallNotPass: [[spoiler:In [=EP8=], and boy is it a CrowningMomentOfAwesome. To give Battler and Ange time to take back the key of the Book of the Single Truth, Lambdadelta fights Bernkastel on her own to hold her back long enough. Lambdadelta actually does pretty well on her own... [[OhCrap until Featherine shows up]]. Still needing to buy Battler and Ange time, Lambdadelta charges to Featherine and gets smashed into a bookshelf with all her limbs severed without knowing ''how the hell'' that happened. Luckily she gets better.]]

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* YouShallNotPass: [[spoiler:In [=EP8=], and boy is it a CrowningMomentOfAwesome. To to give Battler and Ange time to take back the key of the Book of the Single Truth, Lambdadelta fights Bernkastel on her own to hold her back long enough.enough. And boy is it a CrowningMomentOfAwesome. Lambdadelta actually does pretty well on her own... [[OhCrap until Featherine shows up]]. Still needing to buy Battler and Ange time, Lambdadelta charges to Featherine and gets smashed into a bookshelf with all her limbs severed without knowing ''how the hell'' that happened. Luckily she gets better.]]



* LackOfEmpathy: Definitely, but better off than Bernkastel at least. Featherine may be callous about lives ruined or lost in her pursuit of amusement, but she always appears to reward generously those she could've controlled by force, and shows mercy to opponents she's defeated. Even if purely out of virtue, she's a GracefulLoser.

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* LackOfEmpathy: Definitely, but better off than Bernkastel at least. Like any other Witch, Featherine may be callous about sees human lives ruined or lost in her pursuit as nothing but means of amusement, entertainment, but she always appears can show her respect to reward generously those she could've controlled by force, and shows mercy to her opponents she's defeated. Even if purely out of virtue, she's a GracefulLoser.when it's due and [[RetiredMonster at least now,]] doesn't seek to actively make others miserable for amusement's sake.


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* NobleDemon: Featherine may be callous about lives ruined or lost in her pursuit of amusement, but she always appears to reward generously those she could've controlled by force, and shows mercy to opponents she's defeated. Even if purely out of virtue, she's a GracefulLoser.
14th May '17 3:16:34 PM Lyendith
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* CardCarryingVillain: Once the final episode kicks off, Bern doesn't even bother hiding that she's up to no good. She even flat out admits that she [[spoiler:''kidnapped young Ange'']] in front of everyone at the party in [=EP8=].

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* CardCarryingVillain: Once the final episode kicks off, end of Episode 4 shows her true colours, Bern doesn't even bother hiding that she's up to no good.pretend she has any other motivations than liking cruelty. She even flat out admits that she [[spoiler:''kidnapped young Ange'']] in front of everyone at the party in [=EP8=].
9th May '17 8:55:10 PM darksoul4242
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* EvilMentor: A meta example as much of what she has to say is actually pretty helpful. Not to the characters, [[BreakingTheFourthWall but to the player]]. More specifically, her words are useful in guiding the players thoughts as in how to solve the mystery.

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* EvilMentor: A meta example as much of what she has to say is actually pretty helpful. Not to the characters, [[BreakingTheFourthWall but to the player]]. More specifically, her words are useful in guiding the players player's thoughts as in to how to solve the mystery.
8th May '17 10:25:09 PM darksoul4242
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* GoodSmokingEvilSmoking: She carries around a long pipe, similar to an Evil Cigarette Holder. ''Ougou Musoukyoku'' shows she uses it as her MagicWand.

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* GoodSmokingEvilSmoking: She carries around a long pipe, similar to an Evil Cigarette Holder. ''Ougou ''Ougon Musoukyoku'' shows she uses it as her MagicWand.
8th May '17 7:49:20 PM darksoul4242
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* CombatStilettos: Some of Beatrice attacks on ''Ougon Musoukyoku'' involve her kicking the enemy using her high-heels, and in fact, she can run with them on.

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* CombatStilettos: Some of Beatrice Beatrice's attacks on in ''Ougon Musoukyoku'' involve her kicking the enemy using her high-heels, and in fact, she can run with them on.
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