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25th Apr '16 3:30:22 AM KariGray
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*GenerationXerox: The 2016 sequel Spring Log tells us that [[spoiler: Holo and Lawrence's daughter, Myuri, and Tote Col]] have set out travelling together, with several parallels made to the original duo.
20th Apr '16 10:12:28 PM KariGray
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* FakingTheDead: The 2016 sequel to the Light Novels [[StartsWithTheirFuneral opens]] with [[spoiler: Lawrence and Holo faking her funeral]]. Trope is both averted and played straight in the sense that all the characters involved ''know'' [[spoiler: Holo]] isn't dead, and are just playing along as an eccentric way of showing their affection for the deceased [[AttendingYourOwnFuneral while they're still alive to hear it]]. The poor readers, on the other hand, [[HowWeGotHere are wholly led to believe the funeral is legit until the explanation near the end]].
5th Mar '16 8:53:44 PM freefall4242
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* GreenEyedEpiphany: Played with in the bankruptcy and Amati arcs: The former is notably ''not'' an example, since Holo has her [[DecemberMayflyRomance own reasons]] for wanting to distance herself from Lawrence and was acting jealous of Norah in spite of herself. The latter is more or less playing this straight, forcing Lawrence to consciously pursue a goal other than his own personal profit and then do a little self-reflecting on why.

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* GreenEyedEpiphany: Played with in the bankruptcy and Amati arcs: The former is notably ''not'' an example, since Holo has her [[DecemberMayflyRomance [[MayflyDecemberRomance own reasons]] for wanting to distance herself from Lawrence and was acting jealous of Norah in spite of herself. The latter is more or less playing this straight, forcing Lawrence to consciously pursue a goal other than his own personal profit and then do a little self-reflecting on why.
5th Mar '16 8:33:49 PM freefall4242
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* GreenEyedEpiphany: Played with in the Amati arc. While jealousy on Holo's part ''did'' make an appearance prior to this in regards to Norah, only Lawrence had any real epiphany about it when it was his turn.

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* GreenEyedEpiphany: Played with in the bankruptcy and Amati arc. While jealousy on Holo's part ''did'' make arcs: The former is notably ''not'' an appearance prior example, since Holo has her [[DecemberMayflyRomance own reasons]] for wanting to this in regards to Norah, only distance herself from Lawrence had any real epiphany about it when it and was acting jealous of Norah in spite of herself. The latter is more or less playing this straight, forcing Lawrence to consciously pursue a goal other than his turn. own personal profit and then do a little self-reflecting on why.
5th Mar '16 8:21:57 PM freefall4242
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* GreenEyedEpiphany: Played with in the Amati arc. While jealousy on Holo's part ''did'' make an appearance prior to this in regards to Norah, only Lawrence had any real epiphany about it when it was his turn.
1st Mar '16 9:28:54 PM freefall4242
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* BreakingTheFourthWall: In the fifth volume, after Lawrence relates a watered-down version of how he and Holo came to be traveling with one another to Eve, Eve remarks, [[WhoWritesThisCrap "Sounds like an encounter dreamt up by some two-copper bard."]] Lawrence laughs while the narrator notes, "It was true, after all."
9th Feb '16 1:01:00 PM Mentro140
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A sequel to the light novels has been announced to celebrate the series 10th Anniversarry as well as the tenth anniversarry of Hasekura's career that began with the release of the first volume, however the only known information is that it will be written by Hasekura and will run in Dengeki Bunko Magazine.


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A sequel to the light novels has been announced to celebrate the series series' 10th Anniversarry as well as the tenth anniversarry of Hasekura's career that began with the release of the first volume, however the only known information is that it will be written by Hasekura and will run in Dengeki Bunko Magazine.

9th Feb '16 11:40:13 AM Mentro140
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9th Feb '16 11:38:22 AM Mentro140
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''Spice and Wolf'' is a light novel that was eventually made into an anime in 2008, with a second season animated by a different studio the following year. The original name, "Ookami to Koushinryou", literally translates to "Wolf and Spice."

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''Spice and Wolf'' is a light novel written by Isuna Hasekura that was eventually made into an anime in 2008, with a second season animated by a different studio the following year. The original name, "Ookami to Koushinryou", literally translates to "Wolf and Spice."


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A sequel to the light novels has been announced to celebrate the series 10th Anniversarry as well as the tenth anniversarry of Hasekura's career that began with the release of the first volume, however the only known information is that it will be written by Hasekura and will run in Dengeki Bunko Magazine.
5th Feb '16 11:04:34 AM ChaoticNovelist
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* AllOfTheOtherReindeer: Shepherds are feared by townsfolk, because their ability to "influence animals", even wolves, is assumed to have resulted from some sort of pagan pact. In the manga, it's implied that [[SinisterMinister the priest who supervises Norah encourages this attitude to keep her isolated and dependant on him.]]
** More than that, it's implied that due to Norah's exceptional skill, the priest has literally thrown her to the wolves by ordering her to extremely unsafe fields and forest roads, hoping for her to have a convenient death so her "pagan pact" reputation won't reflect on the Church negatively. He also pays her at the back door and won't allow her inside the Cathedral.

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* AllOfTheOtherReindeer: Shepherds are feared by townsfolk, because their ability to "influence animals", even wolves, is assumed to have resulted from some sort of pagan pact. In the manga, it's implied that [[SinisterMinister the priest who supervises Norah encourages this attitude to keep her isolated and dependant on him.]]
** More than that, it's
]] It's also implied that due to Norah's exceptional skill, the priest has literally thrown her to the wolves by ordering her to extremely unsafe fields and forest roads, hoping for her to have a convenient death so her "pagan pact" reputation won't reflect on the Church negatively. He also pays her at the back door and won't allow her inside the Cathedral.



* AlternateUniverse: Bonus tracks of the manga present a few.

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* %%* AlternateUniverse: Bonus tracks of the manga present a few.



* BabiesEverAfter:[[spoiler: Between Holo and Lawrence at the end of the series.]]
* {{Badass}}: Within the realm of animal-spirits, Holo was apparently at the top of the food-chain (figuratively speaking; they seemed to form a normal society despite being animals).However, the [[BearsAreBadNews great Moon-Hunting Bear]] far outstrips her or any other spirit.

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* BabiesEverAfter:[[spoiler: Between Holo and Lawrence at have several children the end of the series.series, after the shop is finally opened.]]
* {{Badass}}: Within the realm of animal-spirits, Holo was apparently at the top of the food-chain (figuratively speaking; they seemed to form a normal human-like society despite being animals).However, the [[BearsAreBadNews great Moon-Hunting Bear]] far outstrips her or any other spirit.



* BigEater: Holo, which is justified by a combination of the fact she's a shapeshifter (so her true stomach is technically that of a wolf bigger than an elephant) and the fact she has lupine instincts, meaning her nature is to eat any food presented to her just in case of famine, even if she is stuffed. Unusually for this trope, Holo is shown on many occasions to end up suffering a bellyache from eating too much, though she gets over them quickly.

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* BigEater: Holo, which Holo is justified by a combination of the fact she's a shapeshifter (so her true stomach is technically that of a wolf bigger than an elephant) and the fact she has lupine instincts, meaning her nature is to eat any food presented to her just in case of famine, even if she is stuffed. Unusually for this trope, Holo is shown on many occasions to end up suffering a bellyache from eating too much, though she gets over them quickly.



* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Diana/Dianna/Deanna, Marc/Mark, Lunt/Lant/Landt, Eve/Abe -- even the spellings of town names is uncertain. This fits the setting. Spelling in the Middle Ages generally was not fixed, and even literate individuals back then were not always consistent in how they spelled their own names.

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* SpellMyNameWithAnS: SpellMyNameWithAnS:
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Diana/Dianna/Deanna, Marc/Mark, Lunt/Lant/Landt, Eve/Abe -- even the spellings of town names is uncertain. This fits the setting. Spelling in the Middle Ages generally was not fixed, and even literate individuals back then were not always consistent in how they spelled their own names.
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