History Manga / LiarGame

23rd Aug '16 2:38:07 PM Jgamer
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* HeartIsAnAwesomePower: After [[CharacterDevelopment getting over her initial naivete]], Nao becomes one of the most dangerous players in the Liar Game because of her honesty. [[spoiler: The other players eventually realize that she actually means it when she claims that she wants to save everyone, thus making her the only person who anyone can reliably trust, making her a MagneticHero capable of holding together alliances between the normally self-serving players. And when she does decide to deceive people, she turns out to be pretty good at it, partly because nobody expects her to be able to pull it off, let alone try in the first place, until it's too late. She has even Yokoya doing exactly what she wants him to do because he underestimates her capacity to deceive him, and she knows exactly how Yokoya works and which buttons to press.]]
16th Jul '16 9:53:43 PM BlackHumor
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* GeniusThriller: The series is about the characters trying to outsmart one another and also about Nao trying to outsmart the system.
16th Jul '16 5:42:39 PM Kimelea
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* TheWatcher: Even dealers who don't host a current round can secretly observe it. Later in the manga they are shown to do it in groups, and we often get to see them reacting to the events of the game and discussing said events.
16th Jul '16 5:40:13 PM Kimelea
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* TheWatcher: Even dealers who don't host a current round can secretly observe it. Later in the manga they are shown to do it in groups, and we often get to see them reacting to the events of the game and discussing said events.
15th Jul '16 12:37:21 PM Kimelea
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-->'''Akiyama:''' "The true leader of [[spoiler:Harimoto's group is not Harimoto, but Kimura]]".

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-->'''Akiyama:''' -->'''Nao:''' "The true leader of [[spoiler:Harimoto's group is not Harimoto, but Kimura]]".
15th Jul '16 10:35:42 AM Kimelea
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* WallsOfText: It's a dialogue-driven story which touches on areas of game theory, individual psychology, ''sales practices'', economic theory and sociology.



* WallsOfText: It's a dialogue-driven story which touches on areas of game theory, individual psychology, ''sales practices'', economic theory and sociology.
15th Jul '16 10:34:12 AM Kimelea
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* TheWatson: Later in the manga, Forli, who is often unable to figure out the players' tricks and strategies and has everything explained to him by other dealers. Sometimes, instead of him it's Nearco.

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* TheWatson: Later in the manga, Forli, who is often unable to figure out the players' tricks and strategies and has everything explained to him by other dealers. Sometimes, instead of him it's Nearco.
15th Jul '16 10:29:55 AM Kimelea
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* TheWatson: Later in the manga, Forli, who is often unable to figure out the players' tricks and strategies and has everything explained to him by other dealers. Sometimes, instead of him it's Nearco.
19th Jun '16 1:45:31 PM nombretomado
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* TheThirtySixStratagems: Akiyama uses #21 (making his opponent think he has already lost) quite a bit. His opponents then get careless and don't realize what he's really planning.
26th Oct '15 8:45:28 AM memememememe
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* SmugSnake: Fukugawa during the Minority Rule and Restructuring arcs.

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* SmugSnake: Fukugawa Fukunaga during the Minority Rule and Restructuring arcs.arcs, though he/she gets better and becomes an ally.
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