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27th May '16 4:30:52 AM Nebulo
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# ActionHero, codified by ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha''. MagicalGirlWarrior territory, with emphasis on "Warrior" and often enough HotBlood to put a {{Shounen}} fighting series to shame. Largely aimed at teenage and adult male demographic, and as such placing heavy emphasis on {{Fanservice}}: from excessive fighting scenes with CallingYourAttacks, to {{Magitek}} TechnologyPorn, to proper FetishFuel. The ImprobablyFemaleCast is frequently used as an excuse for LesYay. Examples include: ''Anime/MaiHiME'', ''Anime/VividredOperation'', and ''Anime/SenkiZesshouSymphogear''.

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# ActionHero, codified by ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha''. MagicalGirlWarrior territory, with emphasis on "Warrior" and often enough HotBlood to put a {{Shounen}} fighting series to shame. Largely aimed at teenage and adult male demographic, and as such placing heavy emphasis on {{Fanservice}}: from excessive a lot of fighting scenes with CallingYourAttacks, to {{Magitek}} TechnologyPorn, to proper FetishFuel. The ImprobablyFemaleCast is frequently used as an excuse for LesYay. Examples include: ''Anime/MaiHiME'', ''Anime/VividredOperation'', and ''Anime/SenkiZesshouSymphogear''.
27th May '16 4:18:33 AM Nebulo
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# ActionHero, codified by ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha''. MagicalGirlWarrior territory, with emphasis on "Warrior" and often enough HotBlood to put a {{Shounen}} fighting series to shame. Largely aimed at teenage and adult male demographic, and as such placing heavy emphasis on {{Fanservice}}: from gratuitous fighting scenes with CallingYourAttacks, to {{Magitek}} TechnologyPorn, to proper FetishFuel. The ImprobablyFemaleCast is frequently used as an excuse for LesYay. Examples include: ''Anime/MaiHiME'', ''Anime/VividredOperation'', and ''Anime/SenkiZesshouSymphogear''.

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# ActionHero, codified by ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha''. MagicalGirlWarrior territory, with emphasis on "Warrior" and often enough HotBlood to put a {{Shounen}} fighting series to shame. Largely aimed at teenage and adult male demographic, and as such placing heavy emphasis on {{Fanservice}}: from gratuitous excessive fighting scenes with CallingYourAttacks, to {{Magitek}} TechnologyPorn, to proper FetishFuel. The ImprobablyFemaleCast is frequently used as an excuse for LesYay. Examples include: ''Anime/MaiHiME'', ''Anime/VividredOperation'', and ''Anime/SenkiZesshouSymphogear''.
27th May '16 3:17:22 AM MacronNotes
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* Webcomic/AmericanoExodus is a rahter unique take on the genre. Several of the main characters are young girls descended from the nobility of a parallel world, sent to earth in order to hunt down members of the Twilight Dawn organization, who are hiding out on our planet. While the girls do have magic and costumes, the magical girl elements end there. The main character, Amel, is actually a teenage boy who must pretend to be a girl in order to protect the integrity of his household and his own life. Since only women are supposed to be able to use magic, any men with the ability, while rare, are imprisoned and sometimes executed.
* ''WebComic/MagickChicks'' centers around [[BlondesAreEvil Melissa]], a fomer [[AlphaBitch "queen bee"]] who finds herself [[TheCallKnowsWhereYouLive fated to become a magical girl]], after being transferred to Artemis Academy. Worse, she now has [[http://www.eeriecuties.com/strips-ec/stupid_magick_stick a mysterious wand for a conscience]] and [[GeniusDitz a ditzy blonde]] [[ChronicHeroSyndrome do-gooder]] for a mentor, when all she wants is [[http://www.magickchicks.com/strips-mc/mean_old_tubby_kitty to overthrow Faith and become popular.]] [[BeingGoodSucks What a world!]]

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* Webcomic/AmericanoExodus is a rahter rather unique take on the genre. Several of the main characters are young girls descended from the nobility of a parallel world, sent to earth in order to hunt down members of the Twilight Dawn organization, who are hiding out on our planet. While the girls do have magic and costumes, the magical girl elements end there. The main character, Amel, is actually a teenage boy who must pretend to be a girl in order to protect the integrity of his household and his own life. Since only women are supposed to be able to use magic, any men with the ability, while rare, are imprisoned and sometimes executed.
* ''WebComic/MagickChicks'' centers around [[BlondesAreEvil Melissa]], Melissa, a fomer former [[AlphaBitch "queen bee"]] who finds herself [[TheCallKnowsWhereYouLive fated to become a magical girl]], after being transferred to Artemis Academy. Worse, she now has [[http://www.eeriecuties.com/strips-ec/stupid_magick_stick a mysterious wand for a conscience]] and [[GeniusDitz a ditzy blonde]] [[ChronicHeroSyndrome do-gooder]] for a mentor, when all she wants is [[http://www.magickchicks.com/strips-mc/mean_old_tubby_kitty to overthrow Faith and become popular.]] [[BeingGoodSucks What a world!]]
25th May '16 9:20:42 AM Willbyr
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* ''NininGaShinobuden'' has a parody in the final episode with "Magical Nin-Nin Shinobu".

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* ''NininGaShinobuden'' ''Manga/NininGaShinobuden'' has a parody in the final episode with "Magical Nin-Nin Shinobu".
19th May '16 3:18:35 AM Koveras
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'''Also see the Index of MagicalGirlTropes.'''

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'''Also see the Index of MagicalGirlTropes.MagicalGirlTropes and our own guide on how to SoYouWantTo/WriteAMagicalGirlSeries.'''
18th May '16 1:00:53 AM Rhapsody
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* South Korean girl group [=AOA=] has a sub-group called [=AOA=] Cream, who released a song titled "I'm Jelly [=BABY=]." In its [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bhKFSXN2Fr4 music video]], the girls transform into {{Magical Girl Warrior}}s to get [[WomanScorned revenge]] on a [[YourCheatingHeart cheating]] [[BastardBoyfriend boyfriend]].

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* South Korean girl group [=AOA=] Music/{{AOA}} has a sub-group called [=AOA=] Cream, who released a song titled "I'm Jelly [=BABY=]." In its [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bhKFSXN2Fr4 music video]], the girls transform into {{Magical Girl Warrior}}s to get [[WomanScorned revenge]] on a [[YourCheatingHeart cheating]] [[BastardBoyfriend boyfriend]].
14th May '16 3:58:53 PM KiraDoom
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* When ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy'' had their ''Underfist: Halloween Bash'' special, [[{{Dhampyr}} Irwin]] pretty much was this trope. In the special, upon [[BigBad Bun]] [[LightIsNotGood Bun's]] provocation, he transforms into a [[HybridMonster mummy-vampire]] and gains [[DarkIsNotEvil dark powers]].
10th May '16 12:26:29 AM FantasyLover321
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* ''Literature/AvalonWebOfMagic'' three girls find stones/crystals - that come from a fantastical alternate dimension in need of help - that grant them magical abilities.

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* ''Literature/AvalonWebOfMagic'' three girls girls, Emily, Adriane, and Kara, find stones/crystals - that come from a fantastical alternate dimension in need of help - that grant them magical abilities.



* ''Literature/{{Twitches}}'' twin girls who were separated at birth find each other, and learn that their odd behaviours are in fact the sign of mystical powers that reach their full potential when they're together. They fight off an evil force known as 'The Darkness'.

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* ''Literature/{{Twitches}}'' twin girls girls, Cam and Alex, who were separated at birth find each other, and learn that their odd behaviours are in fact the sign of mystical powers that reach their full potential when they're together. They fight off an evil force known as 'The Darkness'.
8th May '16 8:30:20 PM FantasyLover321
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* ''Literature/AvalonWebOfMagic''

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* ''Literature/AvalonWebOfMagic''''Literature/AvalonWebOfMagic'' three girls find stones/crystals - that come from a fantastical alternate dimension in need of help - that grant them magical abilities.



* ''Literature/{{Twitches}}''

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* ''Literature/{{Twitches}}''''Literature/{{Twitches}}'' twin girls who were separated at birth find each other, and learn that their odd behaviours are in fact the sign of mystical powers that reach their full potential when they're together. They fight off an evil force known as 'The Darkness'.
28th Apr '16 11:37:33 PM SSJMagus
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* ''VideoGame/DisgaeaDimension2'': Flonne's "Pure Flonne" form.
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