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30th Apr '16 7:49:17 PM Blazer
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* One of the main problems, at least for the anime version of ''Anime/SwordArtOnline''[='s=] first arc, is that the entire plot hinges on the fact the entire world allows a madman to get away with what could essentially be the world's biggest hostage crisis.
26th Apr '16 10:44:32 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* In ''Anime/SoraOKakeruShoujo'', Nami's sisters structurally fail to acknowledge her obvious depressed state, going so far as to kick her down even more, as Kazane does in one episode. Even after Nami's FaceHeelTurn, Akiha simply tells Nami to shut up instead of listening to her during their first critical confrontation. Yeah, that really worked, now did it.

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* In ''Anime/SoraOKakeruShoujo'', ''Anime/TheGirlWhoLeaptThroughSpace'', Nami's sisters structurally fail to acknowledge her obvious depressed state, going so far as to kick her down even more, as Kazane does in one episode. Even after Nami's FaceHeelTurn, Akiha simply tells Nami to shut up instead of listening to her during their first critical confrontation. Yeah, that really worked, now did it.
28th Mar '16 3:32:39 PM Looneygamemaster
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** ''Sailor Moon Stars'': [[BigBad Sailor Galaxia]] succeeds in finding the [[McGuffin True Star Seed]] and starting her world-ending plot, because the Sailor Starlights and the Outer Guardians (who seem to have forgotten [[AesopAmnesia the last time this happened]]) refuse to cooperate for no justifiable reason.
28th Mar '16 3:29:21 PM Looneygamemaster
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** Sailor Moon Stars: [[BigBad Sailor Galaxia]] succeeds in finding the [[McGuffin True Star Seed]] and starting her world-ending plot, because the Sailor Starlights and the Outer Guardians (who seem to have forgotten [[AesopAmnesia the last time this happened]]) refuse to cooperate for no justifiable reason.

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** Sailor ''Sailor Moon Stars: Stars'': [[BigBad Sailor Galaxia]] succeeds in finding the [[McGuffin True Star Seed]] and starting her world-ending plot, because the Sailor Starlights and the Outer Guardians (who seem to have forgotten [[AesopAmnesia the last time this happened]]) refuse to cooperate for no justifiable reason.
28th Mar '16 3:27:07 PM Looneygamemaster
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** Sailor Moon Stars: [[BigBad Sailor Galaxia]] succeeds in finding the [[McGuffin True Star Seed]] and starting her world-ending plot, because the Sailor Starlights and the Outer Guardians (who seem to have forgotten [[AesopAmnesia the last time this happened]]) refuse to trust each for no justifiable reason.

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** Sailor Moon Stars: [[BigBad Sailor Galaxia]] succeeds in finding the [[McGuffin True Star Seed]] and starting her world-ending plot, because the Sailor Starlights and the Outer Guardians (who seem to have forgotten [[AesopAmnesia the last time this happened]]) refuse to trust each cooperate for no justifiable reason.
28th Mar '16 3:25:53 PM Looneygamemaster
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** Sailor Moon Stars: [[BigBad Sailor Galaxia]] succeeds in finding the [[McGuffin True Star Seed]] and starting her world-ending plot, because the Sailor Starlights and the Outer Guardians (who seem to have forgotten [[AesopAmnesia the last time this happened]]) refuse to trust each for no justifiable reason.
28th Mar '16 9:32:06 AM ObsidianFire
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* The encounter with Death 13 in Part 3 of ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure'' could've been resolved halfway through if everyone hadn't suddenly lost their [[GenreSavvy Genre Savviness]] and were unable to believe that a baby was a stand-user (when they'd already encountered a stand-wielding orangutan, [[ArbitrarySkepticism so they've certainly seen stranger things.]]) Even worse is when Kakyoin figures out what's really going on. Instead of trying to calmly and rationally convince the others (which isn't too much of a stretch because he's already one of the calmer members of the group,) he resorts to hysterics and only convinces them that he's lost his mind.

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* The encounter with Death 13 in Part 3 of ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure'' could've been resolved halfway through if everyone hadn't suddenly lost their [[GenreSavvy Genre Savviness]] intelligence and were unable to believe that a baby was a stand-user (when they'd already encountered a stand-wielding orangutan, [[ArbitrarySkepticism so they've certainly seen stranger things.]]) Even worse is when Kakyoin figures out what's really going on. Instead of trying to calmly and rationally convince the others (which isn't too much of a stretch because he's already one of the calmer members of the group,) he resorts to hysterics and only convinces them that he's lost his mind.
18th Mar '16 12:07:40 PM Willbyr
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* In ''SoraWoKakeruShoujo'', Nami's sisters structurally fail to acknowledge her obvious depressed state, going so far as to kick her down even more, as Kazane does in one episode. Even after Nami's FaceHeelTurn, Akiha simply tells Nami to shut up instead of listening to her during their first critical confrontation. Yeah, that really worked, now did it.

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* In ''SoraWoKakeruShoujo'', ''Anime/SoraOKakeruShoujo'', Nami's sisters structurally fail to acknowledge her obvious depressed state, going so far as to kick her down even more, as Kazane does in one episode. Even after Nami's FaceHeelTurn, Akiha simply tells Nami to shut up instead of listening to her during their first critical confrontation. Yeah, that really worked, now did it.



* [[Manga/Yuria100Shiki Yuria]] doesn't want to have sex with Shunsuke because if she does she'll become his life-long sex slave, being a SexBot and all. She's pretty sure she doesn't like that idea, even after she starts wondering if she's fallen in love with Shunsuke. That's all well and good, but Shunsuke also doesn't want to have sex with Yuria because he is ''bafflingly'' devoted to his [[DefrostingIceQueen chaste, ice-cold]] girlfriend who he rarely hears from and even more rarely gets to see. And anyway what kind of idiot makes a SexBot who is intelligent and emotional enough to decide they don't ''want'' to be a SexBot? [[ButtMonkey (oh right, that kind)]].

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* [[Manga/Yuria100Shiki Yuria]] Manga/{{Yuria|100Shiki}} doesn't want to have sex with Shunsuke because if she does she'll become his life-long sex slave, being a SexBot and all. She's pretty sure she doesn't like that idea, even after she starts wondering if she's fallen in love with Shunsuke. That's all well and good, but Shunsuke also doesn't want to have sex with Yuria because he is ''bafflingly'' devoted to his [[DefrostingIceQueen chaste, ice-cold]] girlfriend who he rarely hears from and even more rarely gets to see. And anyway what kind of idiot makes a SexBot who is intelligent and emotional enough to decide they don't ''want'' to be a SexBot? [[ButtMonkey (oh right, that kind)]].
13th Mar '16 12:32:23 AM thatsnumberwang
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** Related to this is the Leaf Village's treatment of Naruto. Let's take the son of the Fourth Hokage, who is one of the most revered men in the history of the village, and treat him like shit. That way, not only are we insulting the memory of a hero who died to save us all, but we further the chance of Naruto running away out of disgust and taking his WMD with him to potentially be used against us. Let us also not make any effort to train Naruto in the use of his tailed beast nor actually tell him about it so that he will be completely at the mercy of its influence and unaware that he potentially has a bullseye painted on his back. One or two of these things in isolation would qualify as the IdiotBall; a string of these things over the course of a decade is an idiot plot.
1st Mar '16 2:34:58 PM Dechstreme
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* The whole plot of ''Manga/DetectiveConan'' kicks off because Shinichi decides that chasing after two shady looking guys in black without bringing any backup (read: the police who were present or the [[ActionGirl badass martial artist]] who was his date) with him, or at least telling them what the hell he was planning, sounded like a good idea. The latter could be justified as him not wanting to put Ran in danger; the former, not so much, since going after dangerous criminals is part of the job description for a cop.

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* The whole plot of ''Manga/DetectiveConan'' kicks off because Shinichi decides that chasing after two shady looking guys in black without bringing any backup (read: the police who were present or the [[ActionGirl badass martial artist]] who was his date) with him, or at least telling them what the hell he was planning, sounded like a good idea. The latter could be justified as him not wanting to put Ran in danger; the former, not so much, since going after dangerous criminals is part of the job description for a cop. Of course, Shinichi, at least in the first anime episode, was shown to have been getting a big head from the attention he was getting as a kid detective, so...
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