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22nd Jul '16 12:15:05 PM triscion
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* IllGirl: Kouichi is introduced as an IllBoy, his left lung having collapsed on the day of his fifteenth birthday. Takabayashi is also one, explained as some sort of heart condition. [[spoiler: Misaki Fujioka is a far more typical example. She dies of leukemia in the anime, and of an unspecific kidney disease in the manga.]]

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* IllGirl: Kouichi is introduced as an IllBoy, his left lung having collapsed collapsed[[note]]for those curious this is know as a "[[https://ghr.nlm.nih.gov/condition/primary-spontaneous-pneumothorax spontaneous pneumothorax]]"[[/note]] on the day of his fifteenth birthday. Takabayashi is also one, explained as some sort of heart condition. [[spoiler: Misaki Fujioka is a far more typical example. She dies of leukemia in the anime, and of an unspecific kidney disease in the manga.]]
9th May '16 3:01:12 PM Godzillafan93
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** [[spoiler: Send the Dead Back to Death]] is also one.
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* StrawManHasaPoint: During the dinner confrontation at the Inn in the novel, Takako's sole real contribution to the narrative is to suggest, had Kouichi not stopped to talk to Mei, or at least, had Yukari not ''seen'' the two of them flagrantly breaking the rules, she wouldn't have panicked and [[spoiler: fallen to her death running the other way.]] Kouichi himself admits she probably has a point there. Interestingly, despite having a much larger role in the anime, this scene is ''not'' [[petthedog present]] (it's referred to earlier by Aya, but only insofar as to mention Takako saw Yukari's death).

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* StrawManHasaPoint: During the dinner confrontation at the Inn in the novel, Takako's sole real contribution to the narrative is to suggest, had Kouichi not stopped to talk to Mei, or at least, had Yukari not ''seen'' the two of them flagrantly breaking the rules, she wouldn't have panicked and [[spoiler: fallen to her death running the other way.]] Kouichi himself admits she probably has a point there. Interestingly, despite having a much larger role in the anime, this scene is ''not'' [[petthedog present]] [[PetTheDog present (it's referred to earlier by Aya, but only insofar as to mention Takako saw Yukari's death).death, but that's it).]]
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* StrawManHasaPoint: During the dinner confrontation at the Inn in the novel, Takako's sole real contribution to the narrative is to suggest, had Kouichi not stopped to talk to Mei, or at least, had Yukari not ''seen'' the two of them flagrantly breaking the rules, she wouldn't have panicked and [[spoiler: fallen to her death running the other way.]] Kouichi himself admits she probably has a point there. Interestingly, despite having a much larger role in the anime, this scene is ''not'' [[petthedog present (it's referred to earlier by Aya, but only insofar as to mention Takako saw Yukari's death).

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* StrawManHasaPoint: During the dinner confrontation at the Inn in the novel, Takako's sole real contribution to the narrative is to suggest, had Kouichi not stopped to talk to Mei, or at least, had Yukari not ''seen'' the two of them flagrantly breaking the rules, she wouldn't have panicked and [[spoiler: fallen to her death running the other way.]] Kouichi himself admits she probably has a point there. Interestingly, despite having a much larger role in the anime, this scene is ''not'' [[petthedog present present]] (it's referred to earlier by Aya, but only insofar as to mention Takako saw Yukari's death).
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* StrawManHasaPoint: During the dinner confrontation at the Inn in the novel, Takako's sole real contribution to the narrative is to suggest, had Kouichi not stopped to talk to Mei, or at least, had Yukari not ''seen'' the two of them flagrantly breaking the rules, she wouldn't have panicked and [[spoiler: fallen to her death running the other way.]] Kouichi himself admits she probably has a point there. Interestingly, despite having a much larger role in the anime, this scene is ''not'' [[petthedog present (it's referred to earlier by Aya, but only insofar as to mention Takako saw Yukari's death).]]

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* StrawManHasaPoint: During the dinner confrontation at the Inn in the novel, Takako's sole real contribution to the narrative is to suggest, had Kouichi not stopped to talk to Mei, or at least, had Yukari not ''seen'' the two of them flagrantly breaking the rules, she wouldn't have panicked and [[spoiler: fallen to her death running the other way.]] Kouichi himself admits she probably has a point there. Interestingly, despite having a much larger role in the anime, this scene is ''not'' [[petthedog present (it's referred to earlier by Aya, but only insofar as to mention Takako saw Yukari's death).]]
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* Strawmanhasapoint: During the dinner confrontation at the Inn in the novel, Takako's sole real contribution to the narrative is to suggest, had Kouichi not stopped to talk to Mei, or at least, had Yukari not ''seen'' the two of them flagrantly breaking the rules, she wouldn't have panicked and [[spoiler: fallen to her death running the other way.]] Kouichi himself admits she probably has a point there. Interestingly, despite having a much larger role in the anime, this scene is [[petthedog ''not'' present (it's referred to earlier by Aya, but only insofar as to mention Takako saw Yukari's death).

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* Strawmanhasapoint: StrawManHasaPoint: During the dinner confrontation at the Inn in the novel, Takako's sole real contribution to the narrative is to suggest, had Kouichi not stopped to talk to Mei, or at least, had Yukari not ''seen'' the two of them flagrantly breaking the rules, she wouldn't have panicked and [[spoiler: fallen to her death running the other way.]] Kouichi himself admits she probably has a point there. Interestingly, despite having a much larger role in the anime, this scene is [[petthedog ''not'' [[petthedog present (it's referred to earlier by Aya, but only insofar as to mention Takako saw Yukari's death).]]
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* Strawmanhasapoint: During the dinner confrontation at the Inn in the novel, Takako's sole real contribution to the narrative is to suggest, had Kouichi not stopped to talk to Mei, or at least, had Yukari not ''seen'' the two of them flagrantly breaking the rules, she wouldn't have panicked and [[spoiler: fallen to her death running the other way.]] Kouichi himself admits she probably has a point there. Interestingly, despite having a much larger role in the anime, this scene is [[petthedog ''not'' present (it's referred to earlier by Aya, but only insofar as to mention Takako saw Yukari's death).



* TookALevelInJerkass: In episode 10 [[spoiler: Izumi forces Mei to "apologize" for this year's calamity]] even though Kouichi, Teshigawara and Mochisuki call her out on how pointless it was.

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* TookALevelInJerkass: In episode 10 [[spoiler: Izumi forces Mei to "apologize" for this year's calamity]] even though Kouichi, Teshigawara and Mochisuki call her out on how pointless it was. To be fair, Mei's attitude up to this point, where it appears her negligence has caused the Calamity to start in the first place, doesn't make it seem like this way to the rest of the class; to them, Mei's a selfish sociopath who doesn't care the rests of them are dying because of a mistake she made.
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** Yukari is this in ever version but the film (where she has very little screen time; otherwise it'd probably be true there too).
** Takako is one of these in the film. She tries to sit with the main characters at the Inn toward the end (and has to be berated by Izumi to keep from doing so) and flatly refuses to help {{spoiler: Izumi and Takeru]] attack [[spoiler: Kouichi and Mei]] when evidence points to them being the Extra, because they may be wrong and ''that's still murder.'' She nearly gets killed herself for this.

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** Yukari is this in ever every version but the film (where she has very little screen time; otherwise it'd probably be true there too).
** Takako is one of these in the film. She tries to sit with the main characters at the Inn toward the end (and has to be berated by Izumi to keep from doing so) and flatly refuses to help {{spoiler: [[spoiler: Izumi and Takeru]] attack [[spoiler: Kouichi and Mei]] when evidence points to them being the Extra, because they may be wrong and ''that's still murder.'' She nearly gets killed herself for this.
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* PetTheDog: [[spoiler: Takako]] isn't willing to actually go the extra mile and kill [[spoiler: Kouichi]] specifically because she's convinced he isn't the Extra, even though it'd make her life a ''lot'' easier if she did because [[wellintentionedextremist she'd be able to protect everyone else]]. Unfortunately, [[spoiler: Tomohiko and Izumi]] don't show any similar restraint.

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* PetTheDog: [[spoiler: Takako]] isn't willing to actually go the extra mile and kill [[spoiler: Kouichi]] specifically because she's convinced he isn't the Extra, even though it'd make her life a ''lot'' easier if she did because [[wellintentionedextremist [[WellIntentionedExtremist she'd be able to protect everyone else]]. Unfortunately, [[spoiler: Tomohiko and Izumi]] don't show any similar restraint.
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