History LightNovel / ShakuganNoShana

6th Mar '16 1:33:22 PM Tehrannotaur
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* NonIndicativeName: The Four Gods of Earth. Despite their names, none of the four Crimson Lords affiliated under this group are real Gods of the Crimson Realm like Alastor, the Snake of the Festival, and Shaher.



* SmallNameBigEgo: The Four Gods of Earth. Despite their names, none of the four Crimson Lords affiliated under this group are real Gods of the Crimson Realm like Alastor, the Snake of the Festival, and Shaher.
25th Jan '16 9:36:51 PM omegaman
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* CommonKnowledge: Shana is the prototypical hyper-aggressive, ultra-violent {{Tsundere}} who habitually dominates and abuses her love interest. Except she’s not. While Shana introduced, [[TropeCodifier or at least codified]], a type of {{Tsundere}} that is more hot-tempered and more abrasive to her love interest, and while the hyper-aggressive, ultra-violent {{Tsundere}} can [[ShanaClone claim a direct line of descent from Shana]], she lacks the borderline abusive behavior (at worst striking Yuji all of three times in the first season-- of a three-season show—in moments that are played for laughs), tendency to treat their love interests in a subhuman fashion (Shana’s early dismissal of Yuji as a “thing” is due to the fact that, ordinarily, he would be little more than a non-entity as a Torch), and the tendency to dominate or tyrannize said love interests that they have. Shana actually is closer to the classic {{Tsundere}}, a person with harsh outward personality, the result of a sociability problem, who gradually reveals a softer and loving side. Her CharacterDevelopment is really quite remarkable, even when comparing the cold and hostile Shana at the beginning of Season 1 to prickly but friendly Shana of mid-Season 1, let alone the Shana of Season 3, who can no longer even be considered {{Tsundere}}.
25th Jan '16 9:28:41 PM omegaman
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* CommonKnowledge: Shana is the prototypical hyper-aggressive, ultra-violent {{Tsundere}} who habitually dominates and abuses her love interest. Except she’s not. While Shana introduced, [[TropeCodifier or at least codified]], a type of {{Tsundere}} that is more hot-tempered and more abrasive to her love interest, and while the hyper-aggressive, ultra-violent {{Tsundere}} can [[ShanaClone claim a direct line of descent from Shana]], she lacks the borderline abusive behavior (at worst striking Yuji all of three times in the first season-- of a three-season show—in moments that are played for laughs), tendency to treat their love interests in a subhuman fashion (Shana’s early dismissal of Yuji as a “thing” is due to the fact that, ordinarily, he would be little more than a non-entity as a Torch), and the tendency to dominate or tyrannize said love interests that they have. Shana actually is closer to the classic {{Tsundere}}, a person with harsh outward personality, the result of a sociability problem, who gradually reveals a softer and loving side. Her CharacterDevelopment is really quite remarkable, even when comparing the cold and hostile Shana at the beginning of Season 1 to prickly but friendly Shana of mid-Season 1, let alone the Shana of Season 3, who can no longer even be considered {{Tsundere}}.
19th Dec '15 4:55:24 PM nombretomado
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* ThemeNaming: All of the beings from the Crimson World in ''ShakuganNoShana'' take names out of various mythologies. Just to name a few: there's the "[[MadScientist Seeking Professor]]", [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dantalion Dantalion]]; Margery's battle-hungry lord, [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marchosias Marchosias]]; and Shana's lord, "God of Atonement" and "Flame of Heaven", [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alastor Alastor]].

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* ThemeNaming: All of the beings from the Crimson World in ''ShakuganNoShana'' ''LightNovel/ShakuganNoShana'' take names out of various mythologies. Just to name a few: there's the "[[MadScientist Seeking Professor]]", [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dantalion Dantalion]]; Margery's battle-hungry lord, [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marchosias Marchosias]]; and Shana's lord, "God of Atonement" and "Flame of Heaven", [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alastor Alastor]].
1st Dec '15 4:29:48 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* PigeonholedVoiceActor: Creator/RieKugimiya (Shana's VA) has become known for her wrathful loli {{tsundere}} roles, which also include Louise (''LightNovel/ZeroNoTsukaima''), Nagi (''Manga/HayateTheCombatButler'') and Taiga (''LightNovel/{{Toradora}}'').

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* PigeonholedVoiceActor: Creator/RieKugimiya (Shana's VA) has become known for her wrathful loli {{tsundere}} roles, which also include Louise (''LightNovel/ZeroNoTsukaima''), (''LightNovel/TheFamiliarOfZero''), Nagi (''Manga/HayateTheCombatButler'') and Taiga (''LightNovel/{{Toradora}}'').
1st Dec '15 4:29:48 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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21st Sep '15 11:45:34 AM daftinquisitor
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* RoaringRampageOfRevenge: The three remaining Four Gods of the Earth follow Shana in her assault on Bal Masqué in Misaki City to get revenge for [=CenterHill's=] death and to kill as many Denizens as possible for every human that had been devoured by a Crimson Denizen. Their goal is to turn the survivors of the battle, and battle itself, into a harrowing reminder for future Crimson Denizens as to what happens when monsters prey upon men.

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* RoaringRampageOfRevenge: The [[spoiler:The three remaining Four Gods of the Earth follow Shana in her assault on Bal Masqué in Misaki City to get revenge for [=CenterHill's=] death and to kill as many Denizens as possible for every human that had been devoured by a Crimson Denizen. Their goal is to turn the survivors of the battle, and battle itself, into a harrowing reminder for future Crimson Denizens as to what happens when monsters prey upon men.]]
21st Sep '15 11:07:57 AM daftinquisitor
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** [[spoiler: The Flame Haze army is decisively routed at the battle of the ''Sereiden''. So many are killed or demoralized that, with the exception of a few renegade Flame Haze led by Shana, they are knocked out of the war.]]

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** [[spoiler: The Flame Haze army is decisively routed at the battle of the ''Sereiden''. So many are killed or demoralized that, with the exception of a few renegade Flame Haze led by Shana, they are knocked out of the war. In fact, it was stated in the anime that ''80% of the world's Flame Hazes'' were killed in the battle.]]
19th Sep '15 10:05:29 AM daftinquisitor
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* ConspicuoucCG: Yuuji's [[spoiler:silver flame]]. The monsters in Episode 49.

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* ConspicuoucCG: ConspicuousCG: Yuuji's [[spoiler:silver flame]]. The monsters in Episode 49.
19th Sep '15 10:04:53 AM daftinquisitor
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* ConspicuoucCG: Yuuji's [[spoiler:silver flame]]. The monsters in Episode 49.
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