History FanFic / ShowaAndVampire

17th Jan '18 7:32:58 AM Cryoclaste
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** [[{{Pokemon}} Flannery]] did this too, shocked that Yuji was her online friend without even knowing.

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** [[{{Pokemon}} [[Franchise/{{Pokemon}} Flannery]] did this too, shocked that Yuji was her online friend without even knowing.
5th Dec '17 5:26:24 AM starofjusticev21
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* InformedAttribute: A weird example in how a lot of the main characters are extremely famous or popular, like Shiori being a well-known erotica author, Yuji being a famous Duel Monsters players, or the most prominent Riders having their own school fan club, but their fans always existing somewhere offscreen. As in the characters are said to be very cool and well-known, but never, ever recognized and then inconvenienced by a crowd of admirers or something similar.

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* InformedAttribute: A weird example in how a lot of the main characters are extremely famous or popular, like Shiori being a well-known erotica author, Yuji being a famous Duel Monsters players, or the most prominent Riders having their own school fan club, but their fans always existing somewhere offscreen. As in the characters are said to be very cool and well-known, but never, ever never recognized and then inconvenienced by a crowd of admirers groupies or something similar.similar. When they actually appear, it's just to do something like make Shinichi's idea for the school festival amazingly successful.
2nd Dec '17 3:39:41 PM starofjusticev21
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* InASingleBound



* InstantExpert: Whenever Showa unlocks a new Rider, he instantly knows how to use their powers without any practice. He knows all their techniques, skills and abilities.



* InstantExpert: Whenever Showa unlocks a new Rider, he instantly knows how to use their powers without any practice. He knows all their techniques, skills and abilities.

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* InstantExpert: Whenever Showa unlocks a new Rider, he instantly knows InformedAttribute: A weird example in how to use a lot of the main characters are extremely famous or popular, like Shiori being a well-known erotica author, Yuji being a famous Duel Monsters players, or the most prominent Riders having their powers without any practice. He knows all own school fan club, but their techniques, skills fans always existing somewhere offscreen. As in the characters are said to be very cool and abilities.well-known, but never, ever recognized and then inconvenienced by a crowd of admirers or something similar.
26th Nov '17 4:26:45 PM starofjusticev21
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* BrokenAesop: The primary moral of the story is "only you should write your destiny," usually coupled with "you're shortchanging yourself by serving anyone who doesn't value you as a person." That's nice, but it's a moral waiting to be broken many, many times [[AuthorAppeal when some of the things the authors evidently enjoyed writing about most]] were having OC's who were awesome superpowered ass-kickers that usually obliterated their enemies in giant explosions [[note]] Even back then there were shows indicating the series was veering away from that kind of thing, like ''[[Series/KamenRiderDouble Double]]'' and ''[[Series/KamenRiderOOO OOO]]'', meaning there were examples of alternatives. [[/note]] , (most of who were members of the same organization the heroes decided to defect from), and making displays of telling off big jerks. Forgiveness and second chances are wonderful things, but only a ''select few'' people actually deserve to be offered them. When a hero actually offered someone the chance to change their ways, it was practically always a beautiful girl who'd fall in love with him for it, and the reasons for doing it ''then'' are obvious.

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* BrokenAesop: The primary moral of the story is "only you should write your destiny," usually coupled with "you're shortchanging yourself by serving anyone who doesn't value you as a person." That's nice, but it's a moral waiting to be broken many, many times [[AuthorAppeal when some of the things the authors evidently enjoyed writing about most]] were having OC's who were awesome superpowered ass-kickers that usually obliterated their enemies in giant explosions [[note]] Even back then there were shows indicating the series was veering away from that kind of thing, like ''[[Series/KamenRiderDouble Double]]'' and ''[[Series/KamenRiderOOO OOO]]'', meaning there were examples of alternatives. [[/note]] , (most of who were members of the same organization the heroes decided to defect from), [[/note]], and making displays of telling off big jerks. Forgiveness Most of those enemies are members of GIN-SHOCKER which numerous heroes end up defecting from, but the heroes just blow them up without making an effort to help them escape too, and second chances the jerky characters they put in their place are wonderful things, but only a ''select few'' people actually deserve treated as irredeemable bullies to be offered them. forgotten. When a hero actually offered someone the chance to change their ways, it was practically always a beautiful girl who'd fall in love with him for it, and the reasons for doing it ''then'' are obvious.it.
26th Nov '17 7:41:23 AM starofjusticev21
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* BrokenAesop: The primary moral of the story is "only you should write your destiny," usually coupled with "you're shortchanging yourself by serving anyone who doesn't value you as a person." That's nice, but it's a moral waiting to be broken many, many times [[AuthorAppeal when some of the things the authors evidently enjoyed writing about most]] were having OC's who were awesome superpowered ass-kickers that usually obliterated their enemies in giant explosions [[note]] Even back then there were shows indicating the series was veering away from that kind of thing, like ''[[Series/KamenRiderDouble Double]]'' and ''[[Series/KamenRiderOOO OOO]]'', meaning there were examples of alternatives. [[/note]] and making displays of telling off big jerks. Forgiveness and second chances are wonderful things, but only a ''select few'' people actually deserve to be offered them. When a hero actually offered someone the chance to change their ways, it was practically always a beautiful girl who'd fall in love with him for it.

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* BrokenAesop: The primary moral of the story is "only you should write your destiny," usually coupled with "you're shortchanging yourself by serving anyone who doesn't value you as a person." That's nice, but it's a moral waiting to be broken many, many times [[AuthorAppeal when some of the things the authors evidently enjoyed writing about most]] were having OC's who were awesome superpowered ass-kickers that usually obliterated their enemies in giant explosions [[note]] Even back then there were shows indicating the series was veering away from that kind of thing, like ''[[Series/KamenRiderDouble Double]]'' and ''[[Series/KamenRiderOOO OOO]]'', meaning there were examples of alternatives. [[/note]] , (most of who were members of the same organization the heroes decided to defect from), and making displays of telling off big jerks. Forgiveness and second chances are wonderful things, but only a ''select few'' people actually deserve to be offered them. When a hero actually offered someone the chance to change their ways, it was practically always a beautiful girl who'd fall in love with him for it.it, and the reasons for doing it ''then'' are obvious.


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* WorldOfBuxom: Kind of to be expected in something with so many harems and making sure everyone's paired off. The only real exceptions are girls who haven't finished growing, but when they're aged up with Shinichi's Form Ride we see that they will be when they do.
25th Nov '17 5:29:15 PM starofjusticev21
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* BrokenAesop: The primary moral of the story is "only you should write your destiny," usually coupled with "you're shortchanging yourself by serving anyone who doesn't value you as a person." That's nice, but it's a moral waiting to be broken many, many times [[AuthorAppeal when some of the things the authors evidently enjoyed writing about most]] were having OC's who were awesome superpowered ass-kickers that usually obliterated their enemies in giant explosions [[note]] Even back then there were shows indicating the series was veering away from that kind of thing, like ''[[Series/KamenRiderDouble Double]]'' and ''[[Series/KamenRiderOOO OOO]]'' [[/note]] and making displays of telling off big jerks. Forgiveness and second chances are wonderful things, but only a ''select few'' people actually deserve to be offered them. When a hero actually offered someone the chance to change their ways, it was practically always a beautiful girl who'd fall in love with him for it.

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* BrokenAesop: The primary moral of the story is "only you should write your destiny," usually coupled with "you're shortchanging yourself by serving anyone who doesn't value you as a person." That's nice, but it's a moral waiting to be broken many, many times [[AuthorAppeal when some of the things the authors evidently enjoyed writing about most]] were having OC's who were awesome superpowered ass-kickers that usually obliterated their enemies in giant explosions [[note]] Even back then there were shows indicating the series was veering away from that kind of thing, like ''[[Series/KamenRiderDouble Double]]'' and ''[[Series/KamenRiderOOO OOO]]'' OOO]]'', meaning there were examples of alternatives. [[/note]] and making displays of telling off big jerks. Forgiveness and second chances are wonderful things, but only a ''select few'' people actually deserve to be offered them. When a hero actually offered someone the chance to change their ways, it was practically always a beautiful girl who'd fall in love with him for it.
25th Nov '17 1:54:30 PM starofjusticev21
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* BrokenAesop: The primary moral of the story is "only you should write your destiny," usually coupled with "you're shortchanging yourself by serving anyone who doesn't value you as a person." That's nice, but it's a moral waiting to be broken many, many times [[AuthorAppeal when some of the things the authors evidently enjoyed writing about most]] were having OC's who were awesome superpowered ass-kickers that usually obliterated their enemies in giant explosions [[note]] Even back then there were shows indicating the series was veering away from that kind of thing, like ''[[Series/KamenRiderDouble Double]]'' and ''[[Series/KamenRiderOOO OOO]]'' [[/note]] and making displays of telling off big jerks. When a hero actually offered someone the chance to change their ways, it was practically always a beautiful girl who'd fall in love with him for it.

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* BrokenAesop: The primary moral of the story is "only you should write your destiny," usually coupled with "you're shortchanging yourself by serving anyone who doesn't value you as a person." That's nice, but it's a moral waiting to be broken many, many times [[AuthorAppeal when some of the things the authors evidently enjoyed writing about most]] were having OC's who were awesome superpowered ass-kickers that usually obliterated their enemies in giant explosions [[note]] Even back then there were shows indicating the series was veering away from that kind of thing, like ''[[Series/KamenRiderDouble Double]]'' and ''[[Series/KamenRiderOOO OOO]]'' [[/note]] and making displays of telling off big jerks. Forgiveness and second chances are wonderful things, but only a ''select few'' people actually deserve to be offered them. When a hero actually offered someone the chance to change their ways, it was practically always a beautiful girl who'd fall in love with him for it.
25th Nov '17 12:31:22 PM starofjusticev21
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* BrokenAesop: The primary moral of the story is "only you should write your destiny," usually couple with "you're shortchanging yourself by serving anyone who doesn't value you as a person." That's nice, but it's a moral waiting to be broken many, many times [[AuthorAppeal when some of the things the authors evidently enjoyed writing about most]] were having OC's who were awesome superpowered ass-kickers that usually obliterated their enemies in giant explosions [[note]] Even back then there were shows indicating the series was veering away from that kind of thing, like ''[[Series/KamenRiderDouble Double]]'' and ''[[Series/KamenRiderOOO OOO]]'' [[/note]] and making displays of telling off big jerks. When a hero actually offered someone the chance to change their ways, it was practically always a beautiful girl who'd fall in love with him for it.

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* BrokenAesop: The primary moral of the story is "only you should write your destiny," usually couple coupled with "you're shortchanging yourself by serving anyone who doesn't value you as a person." That's nice, but it's a moral waiting to be broken many, many times [[AuthorAppeal when some of the things the authors evidently enjoyed writing about most]] were having OC's who were awesome superpowered ass-kickers that usually obliterated their enemies in giant explosions [[note]] Even back then there were shows indicating the series was veering away from that kind of thing, like ''[[Series/KamenRiderDouble Double]]'' and ''[[Series/KamenRiderOOO OOO]]'' [[/note]] and making displays of telling off big jerks. When a hero actually offered someone the chance to change their ways, it was practically always a beautiful girl who'd fall in love with him for it.
25th Nov '17 12:30:05 PM starofjusticev21
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* BrokenAesop: The primary moral of the story is "only you should write your destiny," usually couple with "you're shortchanging yourself by serving anyone who doesn't value you as a person." That's nice, but it's a moral waiting to be broken many, many times [[AuthorAppeal when some of the things the authors evidently enjoyed writing about most]] were having OC's who were awesome superpowered ass-kickers that usually obliterated their enemies in giant explosions [[note]] Even back then there were shows indicating the series was veering away from that kind of thing, like ''[[Series/KamenRiderDouble Double]]'' and ''[[Series/KamenRiderOOO OOO]]'' [[/note]] and making displays of telling off big jerks. When a hero actually offered someone the chance to change their ways, it was practically always a beautiful girl who'd fall in love with him for it.
11th Nov '17 6:04:29 PM DustSnitch
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* BadassPrincess: Elle Jacqueline de la Fortescue, Princess of the Sky Dragon Clan. And we can't forget Hime and Rias, of course.
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