History LightNovel / FullMetalPanic

19th Jan '17 4:04:32 PM YuushaFan
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During October 2015, it has been announced there will be a fourth anime series. Whether it will continue adapting the main series or other side stories remains unknown.

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During October 2015, it has been announced there will be a fourth anime series.series, named in January 2017 as ''Invisible Victor''. Whether it will continue adapting the main series or other side stories remains unknown.
19th Jan '17 1:45:17 PM JoieDeCombat
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* PrisonerExchange: Sousuke has to make the decision of trading his hostage for either [[LoveInterest Kaname]] or Tessa. He picks Tessa, knowing that Kaname can protect herself just fine, and her ActionGirl instincts means that she'll [[SpannerInTheWorks mess up]] the bad guys plans by reacting in a way they [[DidntSeeThatComing don't expect]].

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* PrisonerExchange: Sousuke has to make the decision of trading his hostage for either [[LoveInterest Kaname]] or Tessa. He Protocol dictates that he prioritize the civilian, but Sousuke picks Tessa, knowing Tessa instead, reasoning that Kaname can her clumsiness and lack of physical ability will make it harder for her to protect herself just fine, herself, while Kaname is more athletic and her ActionGirl ActionSurvivor instincts means that she'll will [[SpannerInTheWorks mess up]] the bad guys plans by reacting in a way they [[DidntSeeThatComing don't expect]].
19th Jan '17 12:35:41 PM JoieDeCombat
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* BeachEpisode: Twice, Kaname gets primed and ready for a beach vacation only to end up having Sôsuke drag her somewhere else (once to a submarine, once to a military festival) instead. When Kaname does go to the beach for a vacation in the middle of the series, the episodes focus almost entirely on Sôsuke's mission in the Middle East instead, with only a few brief cuts to Kaname showing her bored and worrying about him.

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* BeachEpisode: BeachEpisode:
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Twice, Kaname gets primed and ready for a beach vacation only to end up having Sôsuke drag her somewhere else (once to a submarine, once to a military festival) instead. When Kaname does go to the beach for a vacation in the middle of the series, the episodes focus almost entirely on Sôsuke's mission in the Middle East instead, with only a few brief cuts to Kaname showing her bored and worrying about him.him.
** "Summer Illusion of Steel" in ''Fumoffu'' sees Kaname, Sousuke, and most of the other named student characters making a group outing to the beach, complete with the obligatory watermelon-cracking game. Once again things go wildly counter to Kaname's expectations thanks to Sousuke, but at least this time they actually made it to the beach.
18th Jan '17 1:42:11 AM CJO123
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''Full Metal Panic!'' originally debuted as a series of LightNovels in Japan, books with interspersed illustrations. The series proved so popular that it was adapted first as a serialized manga in ''Newtype'' magazine, and later as an anime by Gonzo Animation. Two more series, ''Anime/FullMetalPanicFumoffu'' (2003), and ''Full Metal Panic! The Second Raid'' (2005) were made by Kyoto Animation (Fumoffu was actually the first anime that [[Creator/KyotoAnimation KyoAni]] did on its own). While the original and ''Second Raid'' are both more serious action stories, ''Fumoffu'' is much LighterAndSofter.

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''Full Metal Panic!'' originally debuted as a series of LightNovels in Japan, books with interspersed illustrations. The series proved so popular that it was adapted first as a serialized manga in ''Newtype'' magazine, and later as an anime by Gonzo Animation. Two more series, ''Anime/FullMetalPanicFumoffu'' (2003), and ''Full Metal Panic! The Second Raid'' (2005) were made produced by Kyoto Animation (Fumoffu was actually the first anime that [[Creator/KyotoAnimation KyoAni]] did on its own).own) and were directed by Yasuhiro Takemoto with Shoji Gatoh and Fumihiko Shimo both serving as series composers and Osamu Horiuchi serving as character designer and chief animation director. While the original and ''Second Raid'' are both more serious action stories, ''Fumoffu'' is much LighterAndSofter.
16th Jan '17 3:03:12 PM Calandir
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* TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture: Well, what else would you expect from an anime with traditional schools, condos, glass-tube televisions, real life guns with present-day nomenclatures (surprisingly averting AKA47), [[InvisibilityCloak optical camouflage]], [[InstantAwesomeJustAddMecha military mechas]] and an army full of {{Super Prototype}}s, from the milita to the [[CoolShip flagship]]? Subverted though, in that story happens in the end of the 90s, making the presence of the latter examples very jarring.

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* TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture: Well, what else would you expect from an anime with traditional schools, condos, glass-tube televisions, real life guns with present-day nomenclatures (surprisingly averting AKA47), [[InvisibilityCloak optical camouflage]], [[InstantAwesomeJustAddMecha military mechas]] and an army full of {{Super Prototype}}s, from the milita to the [[CoolShip flagship]]? Subverted though, in that story happens in the end of the 90s, making the presence of the latter examples very jarring.jarring (although it's partly justified later).
11th Jan '17 12:41:55 PM rafi
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Feel free to check out and contribute to the [[Characters/FullMetalPanic Character Sheet]].

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Trope relative to ''Anime/FullMetalPanicFumoffu'' go in his page. Feel free to check out and contribute to the [[Characters/FullMetalPanic Character Sheet]].



* TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture: Well, what else would you expect from an anime with traditional schools, condos, glass-tube televisions, real life guns with present-day nomenclatures (surprisingly averting AKA47), [[InvisibilityCloak optical camouflage]], [[InstantAwesomeJustAddMecha military mechas]] and an army full of {{Super Prototype}}s, from the milita to the [[CoolShip flagship]]? Subverted though, in that story happens in the end of the 90s, making the presence of the latter examples very jarring.



* AlliterativeName: Sōsuke Sagara, Teletha "Tessa" Testarossa, Melissa Mao.
* AlmostKiss: When pulling Sousuke out of the water near the end of episode 8 in Season 1, Kaname thinks he's going to kiss her, so she closes her eyes and puckers up. Then the next scene occurs, and Sousuke is merely getting excess water off his clothing, while Kaname is still in a kissing mode. She later angrily storms off when he thinks her red face is from sickness.

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* AlliterativeName: Sōsuke Sagara, Teletha "Tessa" Testarossa, Melissa Mao.
'''S'''ōsuke '''S'''agara, '''T'''eletha "'''T'''essa" '''T'''estarossa, '''M'''elissa '''M'''ao.
* AlmostKiss: AlmostKiss:
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When pulling Sousuke out of the water near the end of episode 8 in Season 1, Kaname thinks he's going to kiss her, so she closes her eyes and puckers up. Then the next scene occurs, and Sousuke is merely getting excess water off his clothing, while Kaname is still in a kissing mode. She later angrily storms off when he thinks her red face is from sickness.



** Used as a gag in ''Fumoffu'' episode "The Hamburger Hill of Art", when Ono-D is "killed" by one of Sousuke's traps and, over the radio, asks Kaname for a final date. She responds "Not gonna happen", and he signs off by shouting "You're so mean!"



* BadNewsInAGoodWay: Inverted in ''Fumoffu'', when Sōsuke tells Kaname that Kyoko was a victim of the pony-masked stalker; the serious way he delivers the news makes Kaname (and the audience) believe that poor Kyoko was raped or killed; however, it turns out that all he did was style her hair into a ponytail. Kaname promptly beats the crap out of Sōsuke for scaring her like that.



%%* BeachEpisode

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%%* BeachEpisode* BeachEpisode: Twice, Kaname gets primed and ready for a beach vacation only to end up having Sôsuke drag her somewhere else (once to a submarine, once to a military festival) instead. When Kaname does go to the beach for a vacation in the middle of the series, the episodes focus almost entirely on Sôsuke's mission in the Middle East instead, with only a few brief cuts to Kaname showing her bored and worrying about him.



* BodyguardCrush: Sōsuke, on Kaname obviously.
** This becomes an important plot point in The Second Raid, and leads to Sosuke's HeroicBSOD later on.

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* BodyguardCrush: Sōsuke, on Kaname obviously.
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obviously. This becomes an important plot point in The Second Raid, and leads to Sosuke's HeroicBSOD later on.



* BreatherEpisode: ''The Second Raid'' episode 6, "Edge of Heaven," the haircut episode.

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* BreatherEpisode: BreatherEpisode:
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''The Second Raid'' episode 6, "Edge of Heaven," the haircut episode.



* BunnyEarsLawyer: Mao

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* BunnyEarsLawyer: MaoBunnyEarsLawyer:
** Mao.



** As of recently in the novels, he literally CantHoldHisLiquor, due to [[spoiler: debilitating internal injuries courtesy of a rifle round that relieved him of a portion of his liver, among other things]].

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** As of recently in In the novels, he literally CantHoldHisLiquor, due to [[spoiler: debilitating internal injuries courtesy of a rifle round that relieved him of a portion of his liver, among other things]].



* ChekhovsGag: We all know Sousuke causes all sorts of trouble in the school since day one, including [[spoiler:an accidental biochemical's release]]. These are all made for laughs. [[spoiler:And ''this'' is what made the schoolmates escape the campus by lightspeed possible, as Kurama holds the whole school as hostage (for Kaname) when Sousuke comes to rescue them. Granted Hayashimizu's announcement helped, but still.]]

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* ChekhovsGag: We all know Sousuke causes all sorts of trouble in the school since day one, including [[spoiler:an accidental biochemical's release]]. These are all made for laughs.laughs in ''Fumoffu''. [[spoiler:And ''this'' is what made the schoolmates escape the campus by lightspeed possible, as Kurama holds the whole school as hostage (for Kaname) when Sousuke comes to rescue them. Granted Hayashimizu's announcement helped, but still.]]



* ClingyJealousGirl: Kaname vehemently denies having feelings for Sousuke, but sure hates it whenever Tessa is around him. Especially in Fumoffu.

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* ClingyJealousGirl: ClingyJealousGirl:
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Kaname vehemently denies having feelings for Sousuke, but sure hates it whenever Tessa is around him. Especially in Fumoffu.



* ClusterFBomb: Sōsuke cusses [[spoiler:Kaname]] out in the last novel, [[spoiler:yelling out to her that she's a "stupid bitch"... which is what makes her snap back into reality]]. ** And Gates from the English dub of The Second Raid.
* CompletelyMissingThePoint: Sōsuke is the [[strike:king]] AnthropomorphicPersonification of this.

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* ClusterFBomb: ClusterFBomb:
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Sōsuke cusses [[spoiler:Kaname]] out in the last novel, [[spoiler:yelling out to her that she's a "stupid bitch"... which is what makes her snap back into reality]].
** And Gates from the English dub of The Second Raid.
* CompletelyMissingThePoint: CompletelyMissingThePoint:
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Sōsuke is the [[strike:king]] AnthropomorphicPersonification of this.



* CoolOldGuy: Kalinin

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* CoolOldGuy: KalininKalinin.



* CreepyTwins: Yu Fan and Yu Lan

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* CreepyTwins: Yu Fan and Yu LanLan.



* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadAss: Sousuke at first seems like an awkward guy who's a bit too obsessed with the military, but put Kaname or any of his other friends in danger...

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* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadAss: CrouchingMoronHiddenBadAss:
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Sousuke at first seems like an awkward guy who's a bit too obsessed with the military, but put Kaname or any of his other friends in danger...



* CurbStompBattle: Happens to Kurz when he first fights Gauron, who barely manages to escape.

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* CurbStompBattle: CurbStompBattle:
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Happens to Kurz when he first fights Gauron, who barely manages to escape.



* DistressedDamsel: Kaname

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* DistressedDamsel: KanameKaname.



* {{Dojikko}}: Tessa

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* {{Dojikko}}: TessaTessa.



** FauxAffablyEvil: Gauron and Gates.



* {{Expy}}: Sōsuke is generally viewed as one for [[Anime/MobileSuitGundamWing Heero Yuy]], both being {{Stoic}} ChildSoldier HumongousMecha pilots with [[BodyguardCrush Bodyguard Crushes]] on their show's strong-willed female lead. The major difference is the personal problem they overcome over the course of the series: for Heero it's [[RedemptionEqualsDeath suicidal tendencies]], for Sōsuke it's [[RaisedByWolves social awkwardness]]. Ironically, years later Sōsuke would get his own Expy in the ''Gundam'' franchise: [[Anime/MobileSuitGundam00 Setsuna F. Seiei]].

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* {{Expy}}: {{Expy}}:
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Sōsuke is generally viewed as one for [[Anime/MobileSuitGundamWing Heero Yuy]], both being {{Stoic}} ChildSoldier HumongousMecha pilots with [[BodyguardCrush Bodyguard Crushes]] on their show's strong-willed female lead. The major difference is the personal problem they overcome over the course of the series: for Heero it's [[RedemptionEqualsDeath suicidal tendencies]], for Sōsuke it's [[RaisedByWolves social awkwardness]]. Ironically, years later Sōsuke would get his own Expy in the ''Gundam'' franchise: [[Anime/MobileSuitGundam00 Setsuna F. Seiei]].



* FauxAffablyEvil: Gauron and Gates.



* GeniusDitz: Tessa

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* GeniusDitz: TessaTessa.



* GratuitousEnglish: Kaname should probably work on hers. "Don't Worry, Everything is gonna Happy. ♥"

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* GratuitousEnglish: GratuitousEnglish:
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Kaname should probably work on hers. "Don't Worry, Everything is gonna Happy. ♥"



* GunNut: Sousuke is a major gun nut, as well as being rather TriggerHappy and storing large amounts of guns into HammerSpace.

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* GunNut: GunNut:
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Sousuke is a major gun nut, as well as being rather TriggerHappy and storing large amounts of guns into HammerSpace.



* HandsomeLech: Kurz

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* HandsomeLech: KurzKurz.



* HumongousMecha: With hair! (The hair's used for cooling)

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* HumongousMecha: With hair! (The hair's used for cooling)cooling).



* LampshadeHanging: Kalinin talks to Sōsuke about how "science fiction" weapons like the Arm Slaves exist despite all logic saying they shouldn't.

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* LampshadeHanging: LampshadeHanging:
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Kalinin talks to Sōsuke about how "science fiction" weapons like the Arm Slaves exist despite all logic saying they shouldn't.



* LuminescentBlush: Sōsuke does this a few times, most notably in ''Fumoffu''. It's [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Sousuke_blush.jpg really]] [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Sousuke_blush2.jpg rather]] [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Sousuke_blush3.jpg entertaining]].

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* LuminescentBlush: LuminescentBlush:
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Sōsuke does this a few times, most notably in ''Fumoffu''. It's [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Sousuke_blush.jpg really]] [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Sousuke_blush2.jpg rather]] [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Sousuke_blush3.jpg entertaining]].



* MafiaPrincess: Ren

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* MafiaPrincess: RenRen.



* NoSocialSkills: Sōsuke
* NobleDemon: Leonard Testarossa

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* NoSocialSkills: Sōsuke
Sōsuke.
* NobleDemon: Leonard TestarossaTestarossa.



* OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent: Kaname

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* OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent: KanameKaname.



** In ''Fumoffu'', one smile is when Sōsuke is struggling with studying and Chidori lends him her notes. She tells him to bring it back the next day and he accepts it with a smile and saying he'll return it. [[spoiler: He forgets to. HilarityEnsues.]]



* RugbyUnion: Sōsuke submits the school Rugby team to some extreme training. As a result:
** RugbyIsSlaughter: Trope image, thanks to you-know-who.
** Note that Sousuke doesn't know the first thing about rugby - he may not even understand the concept of sports!
** Also note that he was reading a rugby guidebook for the entire episode...and still has no idea what rugby is.
** I don't know, he mentioned playing basketball with his buddies in Afghanistan, and nobody seemed to be throwing hand grenades...
* SacrificedBasicSkillForAwesomeTraining: Sōsuke, if that was not clear by now.

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* RugbyUnion: Sōsuke submits the school Rugby team to some extreme training. As a result:
SacrificedBasicSkillForAwesomeTraining:
** RugbyIsSlaughter: Trope image, thanks to you-know-who.
** Note that Sousuke doesn't know the first thing about rugby - he may not even understand the concept of sports!
** Also note that he was reading a rugby guidebook for the entire episode...and still has no idea what rugby is.
** I don't know, he mentioned playing basketball with his buddies in Afghanistan, and nobody seemed to be throwing hand grenades...
* SacrificedBasicSkillForAwesomeTraining:
Sōsuke, if that was not clear by now.



* SceneryCensor: The HotSpringsEpisode



* ShoutOut: Mardukas is a Creator/MontyPython fan, as mentioned in the CoolAndUnusualPunishment entry; since they couldn't use these references in the anime, they settle for a more subtle ShoutOut when, in a parody of the ''Film/{{Psycho}}'' shower scene, the attacker wields a banana.

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* ShoutOut: ShoutOut:
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Mardukas is a Creator/MontyPython fan, as mentioned in the CoolAndUnusualPunishment entry; since they couldn't use these references in the anime, they settle for a more subtle ShoutOut when, in a parody of the ''Film/{{Psycho}}'' shower scene, the attacker wields a banana.



** In Fumoffu's rugby episode, Sōsuke's DrillSergeantNasty routine includes a part where he pisses off a recruit by insulting his favorite idol, [[Manga/MarmaladeBoy Miki Matsura]].



** He also subjects the School Rugby team to this method. It gets [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] when Kaname asks where he got the idea for such a brutal training method, at which point he produces a training book written by Melissa Mao. Let's just say, she's something of an expert on this.



* StalkerWithACrush: Gauron to Sōsuke.

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* StalkerWithACrush: StalkerWithACrush:
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Gauron to Sōsuke.



* StalkingIsLove: Kaname is happy when she interprets Sōsuke's following her around as him being a StalkerWithACrush. Of course, she's very much unhappier with it after she finds out he isn't following her because of that, but because it's his job.

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* StalkingIsLove: StalkingIsLove:
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Kaname is happy when she interprets Sōsuke's following her around as him being a StalkerWithACrush. Of course, she's very much unhappier with it after she finds out he isn't following her because of that, but because it's his job.



* TheStoic: Sōsuke

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* TheStoic: SōsukeSōsuke.



* SuperPrototype: The Arbalest

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* SuperPrototype: The ArbalestArbalest.



* TrainingFromHell: Sōsuke inflicts this upon Jindai High's rugby team, [[HilarityEnsues with hilarious results]].
** Likewise, ''Overload'' has a chapter where Kaname's trying to slim down for swimsuit season and Sōsuke offers to help...which means he puts her in an automated Bonta-kun suit that ''forces'' her to exercise. Eventually he reveals he was trying to teach her AnAesop because her previous exercise regemin, which included skipping meals, was incredibly unhealthy.
* TriggerHappy: Gauron, who has to be restrained from shooting people he ''shouldn't''. And Sōsuke, although he mitigates it by mostly using rubber bullets while he's at school or on outings with Kaname and her friends. Sōsuke's trigger-happy tendencies are also significantly more pronounced in the ''Full Metal Panic: Overload'' manga, where he's ''[[UpToEleven more]]'' trigger-happy than Gauron.

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* TrainingFromHell: Sōsuke inflicts this upon Jindai High's rugby team, [[HilarityEnsues with hilarious results]].
** Likewise,
''Overload'' has a chapter where Kaname's trying to slim down for swimsuit season and Sōsuke offers to help...which means he puts her in an automated Bonta-kun suit that ''forces'' her to exercise. Eventually he reveals he was trying to teach her AnAesop because her previous exercise regemin, which included skipping meals, was incredibly unhealthy.
* TriggerHappy: TriggerHappy:
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Gauron, who has to be restrained from shooting people he ''shouldn't''. And Sōsuke, although he mitigates it by mostly using rubber bullets while he's at school or on outings with Kaname and her friends. Sōsuke's trigger-happy tendencies are also significantly more pronounced in the ''Full Metal Panic: Overload'' manga, where he's ''[[UpToEleven more]]'' trigger-happy than Gauron.



* TwentyMinutesIntoTheFuture: Well, what else would you expect from an anime with traditional schools, condos, glass-tube televisions, real life guns with present-day nomenclatures (surprisingly averting AKA47), [[InvisibilityCloak optical camouflage]], [[InstantAwesomeJustAddMecha military mechas]] and an army full of {{Super Prototype}}s, from the milita to the [[CoolShip flagship]]? Subverted though, in that story happens in the end of the 90s, making the presence of the latter examples very jarring.



* {{Twincest}}: Yu Fan and Yu Lan
* UnableToCry: Sōsuke. It's not that he doesn't feel the pain of his loss, he just can't emote it well. He even states at one point, "Piloting the A.S. is the only form of self-expression I know." [[spoiler:He ends up breaking down in the final novel, sobbing that he doesn't want to die before he returns to Jindai High with Kaname like he promised.]]

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* {{Twincest}}: Yu Fan and Yu Lan
Lan.
* UnableToCry: UnableToCry:
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Sōsuke. It's not that he doesn't feel the pain of his loss, he just can't emote it well. He even states at one point, "Piloting the A.S. is the only form of self-expression I know." [[spoiler:He ends up breaking down in the final novel, sobbing that he doesn't want to die before he returns to Jindai High with Kaname like he promised.]]



* UnexpectedGenreChange: The second season, ''Fumoffu'', served mostly to give the fans something to watch in between the more serious first and third seasons. As a result, it goes from gritty realism to off-the-wall slapstick comedy and back again.

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* UnexpectedGenreChange: UnexpectedGenreChange:
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The second season, ''Fumoffu'', served mostly to give the fans something to watch in between the more serious first and third seasons. As a result, it goes from gritty realism to off-the-wall slapstick comedy and back again.



* WhatTheHellHero: Kaname reacts this way to basically everything [[CombatPragmatist Sousuke]] does. A notable one is when she got kidnapped in the first episode of Fumoffu, and he showed up at the negotiations with the offending gang leader's little brother as a hostage of his own. [[spoiler:Turns out the kid was in on it.]]

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* WhatTheHellHero: Kaname reacts this way to basically everything [[CombatPragmatist Sousuke]] does. A notable one is when she got kidnapped in the first episode of Fumoffu, and he showed up at the negotiations with the offending gang leader's little brother as a hostage of his own. [[spoiler:Turns out the kid was in on it.]]
31st Dec '16 10:19:05 PM scaredinmate#94
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17th Nov '16 10:05:17 PM Isaac_Heller
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** After her normal manners get nowhere with one of [[spoiler:her brother Leonard]]'s subordinates, Tessa decides to spell it out in plain English: "I fucking hate shits like you who pretend to be the good guys!"([[http://mangafox.me/manga/full_metal_panic_sigma/v09/c036/39.html complete with rude gesture]]) Needless to say, the shocked look on [[spoiler:Leonard]]'s face when the subordinate delivers the message says it all.

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** After her normal manners get nowhere with one of [[spoiler:her brother Leonard]]'s subordinates, Tessa decides to spell it out in plain English: "I fucking hate shits like you who pretend to be the good guys!"([[http://mangafox.me/manga/full_metal_panic_sigma/v09/c036/39.html guys!"([[http://66.media.tumblr.com/5999526851b414ebd4767364af7e29cb/tumblr_n3y7j8ZEjy1r0x2lto1_400.png complete with rude gesture]]) Needless to say, the shocked look on [[spoiler:Leonard]]'s face when the subordinate delivers the message says it all.
5th Oct '16 8:50:27 PM LinTaylor
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* TheFinalTemptation: [[spoiler:Near the end of the series, Sophia makes one last attempt to convince Kaname to willingly going along with her and Leonard's plan by showing her a vision of the "corrected" timeline, including a Sōsuke who grew up as an ordinary Japanese boy rather than a ChildSoldier. However, when this Sōsuke [[LoveConfession confesses]] to Kaname, she takes a good look at his face -- which lacks his distinctive scars -- and realizes that it wouldn't be the same because he's not the same Sōsuke she fell in love with, which leads to her rejecting Sophia.]]
5th Oct '16 8:00:47 PM LinTaylor
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A gaiden novel series titled "Full Metal Panic! Another" is currently being produced, and it is set some years after the events of the last book, starring a bonafide [[LikesOlderWomen cake eater]], a new machine, and an older Kurz. [[http://i644.photobucket.com/albums/uu168/lengquanyeyue/2-9.jpg Spoilers ahoy.]]

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A gaiden sequel novel series titled "Full Metal Panic! Another" is currently being produced, came out between 2011 and it is 2016; set some ten years after the events of the last book, starring a bonafide original series, it inverts Sosuke and Kaname's dynamic by focusing on Tatsuya Ichinose, an OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent (though one who prefers [[LikesOlderWomen cake eater]], a new machine, older]] [[MightyWhiteyAndMellowYellow foreign women]]), and an older Kurz.Adelina Aleksandrovina Kurenskaya, a cool-headed female soldier who works for DOMS, a PrivateMilitaryContractor run by [[spoiler:Melissa Mao, now thrice-divorced from Kurz]]. [[http://i644.photobucket.com/albums/uu168/lengquanyeyue/2-9.jpg Spoilers ahoy.]]
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