History LightNovel / DirtyPair

2nd Jun '17 10:12:35 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* ClassyCatBurglar: Carson D. Carson from ''Project EDEN''
* CompletelyDifferentTitle: "Dan et Danny" in France; "Kate & Julie" in Italy -- because Kei sounds like "Chè" ("What?") in Italian.

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* ClassyCatBurglar: Carson D. Carson from ''Project EDEN''
* CompletelyDifferentTitle: "Dan et Danny" in France; "Kate & Julie" in Italy -- because Kei sounds like "Chè" ("What?") in Italian.
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25th Apr '17 3:12:18 PM WillKeaton
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* PottyEmergency: Yuri has a case of this in Episode 14. It's implied that she doesn't make it.

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* PottyEmergency: Yuri has a case of this in Episode 14. It's implied that she doesn't make it.15.
25th Apr '17 2:51:00 PM WillKeaton
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* TrainingFromHell: Gazelle puts the pair through a rigorous set of drills and exercises, to win a volleyball tournament of all things.
18th Apr '17 5:34:11 PM WillKeaton
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* CoolShip: The ''Lovely Angel''

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* CoolShip: The ''Lovely Angel''Angel.'' Even though its appearance is different for every series, OVA and movie.
18th Apr '17 6:23:17 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* MsFanservice: Both of them wear a uniform that consist of a low-cut, [[BareYourMidriff midriff-bearing halter]] and [[WhoWearsShortShorts short-shorts]]. (And this is from 1985, no less.)
17th Apr '17 11:19:52 AM marcoasalazarm
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* InTheBlood: All members of Lucifer are related to each other by blood--even very (and that is ''very'') distant relatives are scouted for recruitment by way of playing the "IAmYourFather" card.
17th Apr '17 11:16:50 AM marcoasalazarm
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%%* FinaglesLaw

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%%* FinaglesLaw* FinaglesLaw: The reason for the titular nickname and everybody fearing it: the Lovely Angels are so destructive by pure bad luck that people expect apocalyptic destruction (and them being casualties) every time they are around.



* FantasticDrug: Several sci-fi drugs are brought up at different points, this being the future filled with transhuman technology. Wardrugs are implants that inject a tranquilizing cocktail into the blood after a serious injury. At one point Kei gets her leg half blown off, and starts "glanding" Wardrugs. She identifies "no-shock" and "happy juice", the latter of which makes her very giggly. There is also a chemweapon called "Proust-in-a-Can", which places the victim into a coma while they are locked into re-experiencing a distant memory.

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* FantasticDrug: Several sci-fi drugs are brought up at different points, this being the future filled with transhuman technology. Wardrugs are implants that inject a tranquilizing cocktail into the blood after a serious injury. At one point Kei gets her leg half blown off, and starts "glanding" Wardrugs. She identifies "no-shock" and "happy juice", the latter of which makes her very giggly. There is also a chemweapon called "Proust-in-a-Can", which places the victim into a coma while they are locked into re-experiencing a distant memory. memory and "Crybaby", which forces the target to become a harmless, crying mess (as well as recalling things that they find hurtful, fueling the misery they feel).
17th Apr '17 11:05:34 AM StFan
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* AbsentAliens: There is faster than light travel and humans have colonized the whole galaxy, but there are no aliens. There are two exceptions outisde the series: The OVA "Affair of Nolandia" does have alien ruins and the technology that resides within, and in ''Project EDEN'' a scientist uses a dormant piece of an alien in his experiments. Everything other piece of technology or strange creature you see is man-made.

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* AbsentAliens: There is faster than light faster-than-light travel and humans have colonized the whole galaxy, but there are no aliens. There are two exceptions outisde the series: The OVA "Affair of Nolandia" does have alien ruins and the technology that resides within, and in ''Project EDEN'' a scientist uses a dormant piece of an alien in his experiments. Everything other piece of technology or strange creature you see is man-made.



* FantasticDrug: In the OVA series we are introduced to a drug called "hustle," which promotes muscle growth and gives the user feelings of invincibility.

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* FantasticDrug: In the OVA series series, we are introduced to a drug called "hustle," "hustle" which promotes muscle growth and gives the user feelings of invincibility.



* FantasitcDrug: Several sci-fi drugs are brought up at different points, this being the future filled with transhuman technology. Wardrugs are implants that inject a tranquilizing cocktail into the blood after a serious injury. At one point Kei gets her leg half blown off, and starts 'glanding' Wardrugs. She identifies 'no-shock' and 'happy juice,' the latter of which makes her very giggly. There is also a chemweapon called 'Proust-in-a-Can', which places the victim into a coma while they are locked into re-experiencing a distant memory.

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* FantasitcDrug: FantasticDrug: Several sci-fi drugs are brought up at different points, this being the future filled with transhuman technology. Wardrugs are implants that inject a tranquilizing cocktail into the blood after a serious injury. At one point Kei gets her leg half blown off, and starts 'glanding' "glanding" Wardrugs. She identifies 'no-shock' "no-shock" and 'happy juice,' "happy juice", the latter of which makes her very giggly. There is also a chemweapon called 'Proust-in-a-Can', "Proust-in-a-Can", which places the victim into a coma while they are locked into re-experiencing a distant memory.
17th Apr '17 9:51:41 AM WillKeaton
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* FantasticDrug: In the OVA series we are introduced to a drug called "hustle," which promotes muscle growth and gives the user feelings of invincibility.


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* FantasitcDrug: Several sci-fi drugs are brought up at different points, this being the future filled with transhuman technology. Wardrugs are implants that inject a tranquilizing cocktail into the blood after a serious injury. At one point Kei gets her leg half blown off, and starts 'glanding' Wardrugs. She identifies 'no-shock' and 'happy juice,' the latter of which makes her very giggly. There is also a chemweapon called 'Proust-in-a-Can', which places the victim into a coma while they are locked into re-experiencing a distant memory.
15th Apr '17 3:48:50 PM WillKeaton
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* AbsentAliens: There is faster than light travel and humans have colonized the whole galaxy, but there are no aliens. There are two exceptions outisde the series: he OVA "Affair of Nolandia" does have alien ruins and the technology that resides within, and in ''Project EDEN'' a scientist uses a dormant piece of an alien in his experiments. Everything else is man-made.

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* AbsentAliens: There is faster than light travel and humans have colonized the whole galaxy, but there are no aliens. There are two exceptions outisde the series: he The OVA "Affair of Nolandia" does have alien ruins and the technology that resides within, and in ''Project EDEN'' a scientist uses a dormant piece of an alien in his experiments. Everything else other piece of technology or strange creature you see is man-made.
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