History FanFic / SleepingWithTheGirls

16th Aug '16 12:30:44 AM darksoul4242
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** Amusingly, in the ''Manga/AhMyGoddess'' world he's actually an AntiVillain since he's working with [[DealWithTheDevil Hild]] and Maller, and not specifically 'against' the heroes. He even plays himself as a PunchClockVillain when interacting with them.

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** Amusingly, in the ''Manga/AhMyGoddess'' world he's actually an AntiVillain since he's working with [[DealWithTheDevil Hild]] and Maller, Marller, and not specifically 'against' the heroes. He even plays himself as a PunchClockVillain when interacting with them.
11th Aug '16 7:47:59 PM SithkingZero
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%%** Also, [[Anime/SailorMoon Usagi]].

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%%** *** Also, the man is a CombatPragmatist who was given antimatter shotgun rounds from a being who actually had to explain to other people that she's not omnipotent.
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Also, [[Anime/SailorMoon Usagi]].Usagi]]. When the reality of the war against the Dark Kingdom sinks in, aided by the knowledge that she's the rightful princess of the moon, she steps up to the plate and starts asking for books on military training so she can get ready for what's to come.



* ButHeSoundsHandsome: When Sailor Mars first chases after the SI, her description of his crimes are that he trespassed on a kindly old priest "And his incredibly beautiful granddaughter." In case the joke isn't obvious, she's the granddaughter of the priest.



** The SI and Luna, to their dismay, find out that this doesn't necessarily apply in the Ranma world, as they are going up against Happosai at the time, and knowing that this is possibly one of ''the'' most perverted individuals in ''any'' universe, he might have come up with a way to prevent the "Magic Skirt."

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** The SI and Luna, to their dismay, find out that this doesn't necessarily apply in the Ranma world, as world. On the other hand, they are going up against Happosai at the time, and knowing that this is possibly one of ''the'' most perverted individuals in ''any'' universe, he might have come up with a way to prevent the "Magic Skirt."



** That being said, if his physical state has taken enough damage, his blood sugar is too low, or he's far too tired, the line between "Obfuscating Stupidity," and "Regular Stupidity," sometimes blurs.



** The SI when he learns that [[Manga/LoveHina Haruka]] knows how to speak english... and he just had a conversation with Washu in front of her (Love Hina, First Arc) in said language.

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** The SI when he learns that [[Manga/LoveHina Haruka]] knows how to speak english... and he just had a conversation with Washu in front of her (Love Hina, First Arc) in said language. Please note that the conversation basically went, "Okay, they bought my lie, but I can under no circumstances tell them that they're fictional where I come from," so Haruka revealing that she understood ''every'' word nearly gives him a heart attack.


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* WhyDontYouJustShootHim: Played straight with Zoicite. And then the SI does.
** Averted for Kunzite, as there was a near-perfect opportunity to one-hit kill the dark general in the second arc using Washu's portal. The problem is that unlike when the SI offed Zoicite, ''this'' time it's during the day and there would be witnesses to someone basically murdering what appears to be another human being.
11th Aug '16 6:42:54 AM SithkingZero
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* MugglePower: in the second Sailor Moon arc, this is revealed to be the reason for the Dark Kingdom trying to get the crystals and draining energy- they are incapable of winning a conventional war against the human race. Yes, they have superpowers and magic, but they are outnumbered ''millions'' to one, and things like bullets and bombs ''do'' hurt them, as was demonstrated multiple times before (Nephrite being taken out with a physical attack, Zoicite being killed via bullets and grenades, Kunzite being visibly injured in the second Sailor Moon arc). They would take a heavy toll on whoever they fought, but in the end humanity would triumph, as we finally have the ability to fight back against monsters using our weapons. This is why they want to unleash Metallia, as it would curbstomp any opposition that they would have in seconds.



* MutilationConga: The SI accumulates injuries and illnesses in virtually every world and is beaten like a piece of meat by the time the loop starts to repeat. Played for drama and laughs almost at the same time. Things go ''much'' worse for the SI in the second loop; by about halfway through he's suffered what would be fatal injuries if not for his healing nanites. And to make matters worse, the action he's gone through has left him unable to eat healthily, leaving him malnourished enough that those same nanites that saved his life are begining to cause his kidneys to fail. This time, it is '''not''' played for laughs.

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* MutilationConga: The SI accumulates injuries and illnesses in virtually every world and is beaten like a piece of meat by the time the loop starts to repeat. Played for drama and laughs almost at the same time. Things go ''much'' worse for the SI in the second loop; by about halfway through he's suffered what would be fatal injuries if not for his healing nanites. And to make matters worse, the action he's gone through has left him unable to eat healthily, leaving him malnourished enough that those same nanites that saved his life are begining beginning to cause his kidneys to fail. This time, it is '''not''' played for laughs.



** He gives a very serious one when he realizes that he left a Rainbow Crystal with Jail, not only giving Jail an incredibly powerful magical artifact but also dooming the Sailor Moon universe in the process.



** Getting a [[Manga/RanmaOneHalf magical chinese artifact]] to pay off Kitsune from the second Love Hina Arc.

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** Getting a [[Manga/RanmaOneHalf magical chinese Chinese artifact]] to pay off Kitsune from the second Love Hina Arc.



* UnusuallyUninterestingSight: Mercury's [[TheAestheticsOfTechnology Computer]] from the point of view of the SI. While at the time, it was amazingly advanced, with current (Early 2010, in-story) technology such as Smart Phones, iPads, and other such examples of technology, the Mercury Computer seems rather plain and boring to him. Somewhat averted when he finds out some of its capabilities.

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* UnusuallyUninterestingSight: Mercury's [[TheAestheticsOfTechnology Computer]] from the point of view of the SI. While at the time, it was amazingly advanced, with current (Early 2010, in-story) technology such as Smart Phones, iPads, tablets, and other such examples of technology, the Mercury Computer seems rather plain and boring to him. Somewhat averted when he finds out some of its capabilities.
9th Aug '16 1:18:11 PM SithkingZero
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* HumanoidAbomination: The SI from the perspectives of a variety of characters he runs into including [[Manga/RanmaOneHalf Happosai]] and [[Anime/SailorMoon Zoicite]]

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* HumanoidAbomination: The SI from the perspectives of a variety of characters he runs into including [[Manga/RanmaOneHalf Happosai]] and [[Anime/SailorMoon Zoicite]]Zoicite]].



** He manages to invoke this in Shampoo ([[Manga/RamnaOneHalf second arc]]}, when she realizes that for as weak as the SI is, he has ''still'' survived a scenario where she would have lost it ''long'' ago.



** Has to fix the massive psychological trauma he inadvertently inflicted on [[Manga/LoveHina Mokoto]].
** Paying an elf back for the massive debt racked up because he helped out the protragonists in ''Manga/ThoseWhoHuntElves''.
** Getting back one of [[Anime/SailorMoon the Rainbow Crystals]] from the Nanoha universe.
** Getting a [[Manga/RanmaOneHalf magical chinese artifact]] to pay off Kitsune from the second Love Hina Arc.



** Washu gives the SI an instruction manual to go with the super-strength-granting clothes. Of course, in a rare moment of GenreBlindness, he doesn't read it until ''after'' he ends up doing something that the instructions would have warned him against. He does give the justification that he normally would, but his circumstances are far from normal, and he hasn't had much time to look it over. And, to make matters worse, every time he did try to sit down and read it, [[FinaglesLaw something always interrupted him]].

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** Washu gives the SI an instruction manual to go with the super-strength-granting clothes. Of course, in a rare moment of GenreBlindness, he doesn't read it until ''after'' he ends up doing something that the instructions would have warned him against. He does give the justification that he normally would, but his circumstances are far from normal, and he hasn't had much time to look it over. And, to make matters worse, every time he did try to sit down and read it, [[FinaglesLaw something always interrupted him]].him]] or he had to do things like make money or get supplies.



* ShipperOnDeck: Washu is a subdued example for the SI and several characters, but mostly for Ayeka. She points out that just because Ayeka loves Tenchi with all her heart doesn't mean her feelings couldn't grow to include others. The SI reluctantly admits within their universe such a thing wouldn't even be out of character.

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* ShipperOnDeck: Washu is a subdued example for the SI and several characters, but mostly for Ayeka. She points out that just because Ayeka loves Tenchi with all her heart doesn't mean her feelings couldn't grow to include others. The SI reluctantly admits within their universe such a thing wouldn't even be out of character.character, but still refuses to get involved as he doesn't want ''any'' of the drama that goes on in that house.
** Shampoo teases that the SI and Luna would make a good couple.



* SmartBall: '''Junpei'''. See Volume 2, Chapter 12.

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* SmartBall: '''Junpei'''. See Volume 2, Chapter 12. Turns out that even though the man is a certifiable moron, he has a near encyclopedic knowledge of the human body, how to fix it, and how to use it as a weapon. The characters speculate that he might be on the autism spectrum or be some kind of savant.



%%* TokenEvilTeammate: Senbei.

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%%* * TokenEvilTeammate: Senbei.Senbei, though a milder example. He is a demon, and openly admits to stealing the luck of other people, but he's been ordered to help the SI by Hild herself.



%%* UnspokenPlanGuarantee: {{Invoked}}.

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%%* * UnspokenPlanGuarantee: {{Invoked}}.{{Invoked}} as part of his plan to get around Naru in the second ''Love Hina'' arc. He knows that if he tells people the plan, the RuleOfFunny will kick in and the plan will backfire horrifically.



* YouExclamation: Grampa Hino's reaction to the SI's reappearance.

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* YouExclamation: Grampa Hino's reaction to the SI's reappearance.reappearance in the second Sailor Moon arc.
9th Aug '16 8:57:50 AM SithkingZero
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** The entire story. Virtually every single aspect of the story is what happens when real-life humans interact with anime physics.
** Turns out that (Those Who Hunt Elves Arc II) if you eat food or drink water in a society that hasn't discovered how to prepare food properly or pasteurize things, you wind up with massive intestinal distress.
29th Jul '16 3:36:58 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* BirdsOfAFeather: [[{{Main/Shipping}} Shipping implications aside]], the SI and [[Anime/SailorMoon Luna]] are pretty much this, especially in contrast to the [[{{Main/Tsundere}} girls the SI has been waking up with]]. Both fit the 'Straight Man' role, are thrown into a situation beyond their capability, are massively outclassed by those around them and have to rely on their wits to survive. In recent chapters, Luna has even begun to make use of her growing [[GenreSavvy Genre Savvyness]] much like the SI.

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* BirdsOfAFeather: [[{{Main/Shipping}} [[{{Shipping}} Shipping implications aside]], the SI and [[Anime/SailorMoon Luna]] are pretty much this, especially in contrast to the [[{{Main/Tsundere}} girls the SI has been waking up with]]. Both fit the 'Straight Man' role, are thrown into a situation beyond their capability, are massively outclassed by those around them and have to rely on their wits to survive. In recent chapters, Luna has even begun to make use of her growing [[GenreSavvy Genre Savvyness]] much like the SI.



-->'''SI''': Now imagine how much more [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy dangerous you are for knowing that one fact]].

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-->'''SI''': Now imagine how much more [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy dangerous you are for knowing that one fact]].fact.
28th Jul '16 4:00:46 AM Morgenthaler
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** The [[ActionSurvivor SI definitely fits]] the ClassicalAntiHero archetype. Though at the same time, from the perspective of some of the world's he's visited (especially Anime/SailorMoon ), he could count as a [[PragmaticAntiHero Pragmatic]] or even [[UnscrupulousHero Unscrupulous]] [[Analysis/AntiHero Anti-Hero]], considering he's a [[ManipulativeBastard Manipulative]] DangerouslyGenreSavvy GoodIsNotSoft CombatPragmatist who's willing to ShootTheDog if necessary.

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** The [[ActionSurvivor SI definitely fits]] the ClassicalAntiHero archetype. Though at the same time, from the perspective of some of the world's he's visited (especially Anime/SailorMoon ), he could count as a [[PragmaticAntiHero Pragmatic]] or even [[UnscrupulousHero Unscrupulous]] [[Analysis/AntiHero Anti-Hero]], considering he's a [[ManipulativeBastard Manipulative]] DangerouslyGenreSavvy GoodIsNotSoft CombatPragmatist who's willing to ShootTheDog if necessary.



* GenreSavvy: The Self Insert. Though he later becomes determined to be DangerouslyGenreSavvy when going up against the villains of each world.

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* GenreSavvy: The Self Insert. Though he later becomes determined to be DangerouslyGenreSavvy when going up against the villains of each world.
17th Jul '16 3:31:42 PM Discar
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* SuperWeight: The SI represents an interesting case. Physically, he's a [[ActionSurvivor Class 0]], with his weapons and armor pushing him into Class 1 at best. Mentally though, he could count as a [[AuthorPowers Class 7]], given his extensive knowledge of the universes he's in, his [[GenreSavvy knowledge of the conventions that govern them]] (something not even [[CosmicEntity Washu and her siblings]] [[ContractualGenreBlindness are able to perceive]]), and his [[OutsideContextVillain ability to ignore or defy those conventions]].

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* SuperWeight: The SI represents an interesting case. Physically, he's a [[ActionSurvivor Class 0]], with his weapons and armor pushing him into Class 1 at best. Mentally though, he could count as a [[AuthorPowers Class 7]], given his extensive knowledge of the universes he's in, his [[GenreSavvy knowledge of the conventions that govern them]] (something not even [[CosmicEntity Washu and her siblings]] [[ContractualGenreBlindness are able to perceive]]), and his [[OutsideContextVillain [[OutsideContextProblem ability to ignore or defy those conventions]].
16th Jun '16 4:20:08 PM nombretomado
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### ''TenchiMuyo''

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### ''TenchiMuyo''''Anime/TenchiMuyo''



** Furthermore, during the ''Ranma 1/2'' step in the first loop, he followed [[TenchiMuyo Mitoto Kuramitsu]] around and ended up in his own home in the "real" world (out of sequence).

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** Furthermore, during the ''Ranma 1/2'' step in the first loop, he followed [[TenchiMuyo [[Anime/TenchiMuyo Mitoto Kuramitsu]] around and ended up in his own home in the "real" world (out of sequence).



** In the second volume, he's starting to spot "Rule Of Funny," events, and is working them to his advantage. He walks [[TenchiMuyo Washu]] through a perverted gag ''in real time.''

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** In the second volume, he's starting to spot "Rule Of Funny," events, and is working them to his advantage. He walks [[TenchiMuyo [[Anime/TenchiMuyo Washu]] through a perverted gag ''in real time.''



** When talking with [[TenchiMuyo Tokimi]] in the second ''TenchiMuyo'' arc, he compares Z's actions to the [[Film/StarTrekIITheWrathOfKhan Kobiyashi Maru, the No-Win scenario: Z may not win, but Tokimi loses either way.]]

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** When talking with [[TenchiMuyo Tokimi]] Tokimi in the second ''TenchiMuyo'' ''Anime/TenchiMuyo'' arc, he compares Z's actions to the [[Film/StarTrekIITheWrathOfKhan Kobiyashi Maru, the No-Win scenario: Z may not win, but Tokimi loses either way.]]



* UnfazedEveryman: The main character has absolutely no special abilities, no magic powers, and had to get a medical nanobot injection just to ''survive'' the first [[TenchiMuyo two]] [[Manga/LoveHina worlds]] he ended up in. Of course, he's also been through boot camp and knows his way around firearms, so that's one small advantage.

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* UnfazedEveryman: The main character has absolutely no special abilities, no magic powers, and had to get a medical nanobot injection just to ''survive'' the first [[TenchiMuyo [[Anime/TenchiMuyo two]] [[Manga/LoveHina worlds]] he ended up in. Of course, he's also been through boot camp and knows his way around firearms, so that's one small advantage.



* VoiceWithAnInternetConnection: [[TenchiMuyo Washu]] (whom the protagonists meets and befriends on the first "jump", and stays in contact with via a transdimensional communicator) has a bit of this.

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* VoiceWithAnInternetConnection: [[TenchiMuyo [[Anime/TenchiMuyo Washu]] (whom the protagonists meets and befriends on the first "jump", and stays in contact with via a transdimensional communicator) has a bit of this.



** Later, characters start realizing the implications of that. For example, the characters he teleports to have shown at least slight embarrassment upon realizing that they're his favorite fictional characters. [[TenchiMuyo Ayeka]] makes another connotation shortly afterwards: that the SI has seen all the fanservice-y moments that she's gone through, and not only has ''he'' seen it, but so have ''millions'' of others. She immediately orders that no one ever speak of this again.

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** Later, characters start realizing the implications of that. For example, the characters he teleports to have shown at least slight embarrassment upon realizing that they're his favorite fictional characters. [[TenchiMuyo [[Anime/TenchiMuyo Ayeka]] makes another connotation shortly afterwards: that the SI has seen all the fanservice-y moments that she's gone through, and not only has ''he'' seen it, but so have ''millions'' of others. She immediately orders that no one ever speak of this again.
8th May '16 7:57:33 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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** At one point in the second Hinata Arc, he says "If things get any more impossible, [[TengenToppaGurrenLagann I'm going to have to break out the pointy shades."]] He also quotes the memeticly catchy song "Row Row Fight Da Power" in the Home Arc of volume one.

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** At one point in the second Hinata Arc, he says "If things get any more impossible, [[TengenToppaGurrenLagann [[Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann I'm going to have to break out the pointy shades."]] He also quotes the memeticly catchy song "Row Row Fight Da Power" in the Home Arc of volume one.
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