History Manga / Crimsons

8th Oct '12 4:58:29 PM homogenized
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Imagine if you will, a protagonist who is HotBlooded.

Now imagine if that HotBlooded protagonist is a fish. . . .

Shintaro and his school of salmon have been living in a small lake for generations. Tired of being muscled out of food by the bigger fish, they decide to make a bold move and head for the “ocean” that they’ve heard about in stories where it is vastly large and food is beyond plentiful. As Shintaro leads his school of salmon out into the sea, they soon realize how protected they were in the lake and realize how dangerous it is.

!! The manga includes the following tropes:

* AnyoneCanDie
* ButNotTooForeign: Kris' father was Japanese. Turns out to be a plot point in her spin off.
* CanadaEh: Kris is half-canadian.
* CouchGag: Once a chapter, a daphnia gets to monologue, just to be eaten mid-sentence.
* EverythingsEvenWorseWithSharks
* EverythingTryingToKillYou: Especially when you're a salmon.
* HotBlooded: Shintarou, Takeshi and Touya, as well as Deniz.
* MundaneMadeAwesome: It's a manga about salmon migration.
* OncePerEpisode: Every chapter opens with a water flea [[ContemplateOurNavels waxing philosophical about life]], who is then almost always killed as the chapter begins proper, the Professor explains something about marine biology relevant to the chapter and Kris makes a move on him.
* OurVampiresAreDifferent: The blood sucking lamprey eels. As terrifying as their land-borne undead counterparts.
* TimeSkip: After the school decides to [[spoiler: return to their home lake to raise the next generation]], two years pass.
* TwoLinesNoWaiting: There's an ongoing side story about the [[CanadaEh Canadian]] exchange student Kris and her attempts to [[TeacherStudentRomance romance her university instructor]], who usually says something that just happens to be related to what's currently happening to Shintaro's school.
* WorldOfHam

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Imagine if you will, a protagonist who is HotBlooded.

Now imagine if that HotBlooded protagonist is a fish. . . .

Shintaro and his school of salmon have been living in a small lake for generations. Tired of being muscled out of food by the bigger fish, they decide to make a bold move and head for the “ocean” that they’ve heard about in stories where it is vastly large and food is beyond plentiful. As Shintaro leads his school of salmon out into the sea, they soon realize how protected they were in the lake and realize how dangerous it is.

!! The manga includes the following tropes:

* AnyoneCanDie
* ButNotTooForeign: Kris' father was Japanese. Turns out to be a plot point in her spin off.
* CanadaEh: Kris is half-canadian.
* CouchGag: Once a chapter, a daphnia gets to monologue, just to be eaten mid-sentence.
* EverythingsEvenWorseWithSharks
* EverythingTryingToKillYou: Especially when you're a salmon.
* HotBlooded: Shintarou, Takeshi and Touya, as well as Deniz.
* MundaneMadeAwesome: It's a manga about salmon migration.
* OncePerEpisode: Every chapter opens with a water flea [[ContemplateOurNavels waxing philosophical about life]], who is then almost always killed as the chapter begins proper, the Professor explains something about marine biology relevant to the chapter and Kris makes a move on him.
* OurVampiresAreDifferent: The blood sucking lamprey eels. As terrifying as their land-borne undead counterparts.
* TimeSkip: After the school decides to [[spoiler: return to their home lake to raise the next generation]], two years pass.
* TwoLinesNoWaiting: There's an ongoing side story about the [[CanadaEh Canadian]] exchange student Kris and her attempts to [[TeacherStudentRomance romance her university instructor]], who usually says something that just happens to be related to what's currently happening to Shintaro's school.
* WorldOfHam
[[redirect:Manga/CrimsonsTheScarletNavigatorsOfTheOcean]]
7th Sep '12 6:56:04 AM Kenjiken
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! The manga includes the following tropes:

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! !! The manga includes the following tropes:



* HotBlooded

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* HotBloodedHotBlooded: Shintarou, Takeshi and Touya, as well as Deniz.


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* TimeSkip: After the school decides to [[spoiler: return to their home lake to raise the next generation]], two years pass.
26th Aug '12 6:13:37 AM Kenjiken
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* CouchGag: Once a chapter, a daphnia gets to monologue, just to be eaten mid-sentence.
26th Aug '12 6:12:34 AM Kenjiken
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* CanadaEh: Kris is half-canadian.
26th Aug '12 6:11:52 AM Kenjiken
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* ButNotTooForeign: Kris' father was Japanese.

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* ButNotTooForeign: Kris' father was Japanese. Turns out to be a plot point in her spin off.


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* OurVampiresAreDifferent: The blood sucking lamprey eels. As terrifying as their land-borne undead counterparts.
25th Jul '12 11:44:42 PM homogenized
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* ButNotTooForeign: Kris' father was Japanese.
22nd Jul '12 8:54:17 AM Kenjiken
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* OncePerEpisode: Every chapter opens with a water flea [[ContemplateOurNavels waxing philosophical about life]], who is then almost always killed as the chapter begins proper.

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* OncePerEpisode: Every chapter opens with a water flea [[ContemplateOurNavels waxing philosophical about life]], who is then almost always killed as the chapter begins proper.proper, the Professor explains something about marine biology relevant to the chapter and Kris makes a move on him.
16th Jul '12 8:14:29 AM Nohbody
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* MundaneMadeAwesome: It's a manga about salmon migration.



* WhatDoYouMeanItsNotAwesome: It's a manga about salmon migration.
10th Jul '12 9:25:22 PM homogenized
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* SuperPersistentPredator: Many of the predatory animals

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* SuperPersistentPredator: Many of OncePerEpisode: Every chapter opens with a water flea [[ContemplateOurNavels waxing philosophical about life]], who is then almost always killed as the predatory animalschapter begins proper.
* TwoLinesNoWaiting: There's an ongoing side story about the [[CanadaEh Canadian]] exchange student Kris and her attempts to [[TeacherStudentRomance romance her university instructor]], who usually says something that just happens to be related to what's currently happening to Shintaro's school.
9th Jun '12 9:33:59 AM Fri
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Imagine if you will, a protagonist who is HotBlooded.

Now imagine if that HotBlooded protagonist is a fish. . . .

Shintaro and his school of salmon have been living in a small lake for generations. Tired of being muscled out of food by the bigger fish, they decide to make a bold move and head for the “ocean” that they’ve heard about in stories where it is vastly large and food is beyond plentiful. As Shintaro leads his school of salmon out into the sea, they soon realize how protected they were in the lake and realize how dangerous it is.

! The manga includes the following tropes:

* AnyoneCanDie
* EverythingsEvenWorseWithSharks
* EverythingTryingToKillYou: Especially when you're a salmon.
* HotBlooded
* SuperPersistentPredator: Many of the predatory animals
* WhatDoYouMeanItsNotAwesome: It's a manga about salmon migration.
* WorldOfHam
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