History Manga / RinNe

27th Jan '16 11:16:50 PM Prfnoff
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Now has an Anime adaptation by Creator/BrainsBase that began airing in the Spring2015Anime season and has been licensed by Creator/SentaiFilmworks for an American release.
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Now has an Anime adaptation by Creator/BrainsBase that Creator/{{NHK}} began airing in the Spring2015Anime season and has been licensed by Creator/SentaiFilmworks for an American release.
19th Aug '15 8:04:02 AM Gecko3
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** In episode 20, Ageha accidentally breaks the hourglass refilled by Rinne that kept spirits away from Sakura's house. The spirits immediately show up again afterward. He manages to find another one, [[spoiler:but unfortunately, it costs 20,000 yen before taxes. When Sakura seems happy with it, he ends up not telling her he actually paid for it.]]

* SeriousBusiness: Rinne not paying for entry into the Hell building prompts a large security guard demon to come chasing after him, breaking through the wall in the process.
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* SeriousBusiness: SeriousBusiness: ** Rinne not paying for entry into the Hell building prompts a large security guard demon to come chasing after him, breaking through the wall in the process.process. ** When Sakura asks Rinne to come over to her house to deal with a sudden influx of spirits, several other characters become suspicious as to what he was up to. Ageha, Rokumon, and Tsubasa all end up following him there, and constantly get in Rinne's way when he attempts to help Sakura with an exorcism along with attempting to spend time alone with her.

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* SeriousBusiness: TimeForPlanB: After Rinne not paying for entry into successfully kicks Tsubasa and Ageha out of Sakura's house, then places some spirit binding tape to prevent them from being able to enter the Hell building prompts house, Ageha pulls out an explosive, determined to get in no matter what. Tsubasa stops her, and says he's got a large security guard demon better plan. [[spoiler:He simply rings the doorbell, prompting Sakura's mother to come chasing after him, breaking through to the wall in front door, and undo the process.tape by it, allowing them to enter. Ageha then mentions that she never even thought of doing that.]]
1st Aug '15 9:18:39 AM Gecko3
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* AnOfferYouCantRefuse: Rinne's father tells him to join him in the afterworld and come work for him as a damashigami. Rinne refuses, but his father says he'll come one way or another.
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* AnOfferYouCantRefuse: AnOfferYouCantRefuse: ** Rinne's father tells him to join him in the afterworld and come work for him as a damashigami. Rinne refuses, but his father says he'll come one way or another.another. ** In episode 17, Masato gives Tsubasa a cursed book, which combined with his tainted power stone, can curse whoever he wants. Though he doesn't seem to want to take him up on that offer, Tsubasa unintentionally curses Rinne repeatedly by accident, usually by destroying the food Rinne had on him at the time.

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* AnOfferYouCantRefuse: Rinne's father tells him to join him in the afterworld and come work for him as a damashigami. AttackReflector: Tsubasa gives Rinne refuses, but his father says he'll come one way or another.in episode 17, to make up for accidentally cursing him. Unfortunately Sakura is holding it at the time those curses happen, so it doesn't work.

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* AnOfferYouCantRefuse: Rinne's father tells him ChekhovsGun: The AttackReflector pendant that Tsubasa gives Rinne in episode 17 ends up coming in very handy. Though it doesn't protect Rinne because Sakura was holding it any time he was cursed, when Tsubasa attempts to join him attack Masato, Rinne tosses the pendant to the latter. This ends up saving Tsubasa despite getting hit by his own spell, as seen in the afterworld and come work for him as a damashigami. Rinne refuses, but his father says he'll come one way or another.HoistByHisOwnPetard entry.

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* AnOfferYouCantRefuse: Rinne's father tells EnemyMine: Masato attempts to do this with Tsubasa in episode 17, using their mutual hatred of Rinne to take him down. However, Tsubasa refuses to work with a demon, and attacks him instead. Unfortunately Masato is also DangerouslyGenreSavvy, and gives Tsubasa a cursed tome which causes him to join him in the afterworld and come work for him as a damashigami. accidentally curse Rinne refuses, but his father says he'll come one way or another.anyway.

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* AnOfferYouCantRefuse: Rinne's father tells EveryoneHasStandards: Though Tsubasa doesn't like Rinne, he wouldn't stoop so low as to team up with a demon. Unfortunately Masato is DangerouslyGenreSavvy, and manages to give him a cursed tome that unintentionally causes Tsubasa to join help him in the afterworld and come work for him as a damashigami. take Rinne refuses, but his father says he'll come one way or another.down anyway.

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* AnOfferYouCantRefuse: Rinne's father tells ** In episode 17, Masato gives Tsubasa a cursed tome that would allow him to join him in the afterworld and come work for him as a damashigami. curse anyone he wanted to. Though Tsubasa didn't mean to, he accidentally curses Rinne refuses, a few times with it, and attempts to atone for it. Unfortunately Masato also made the tome so that if whoever has it attacks anyone but themselves with it, their soul would then be condemned and he'd be able claim it. [[spoiler:Fortunately Rinne tosses the AttackDeflector pendant that Tsubasa gave him earlier to Masato, causing said magic attack to deflect back to Tsubasa instead. As it technically counted as "attacking himself", Tsubasa also manages to cleanse his father says he'll come one way or another.power stone, and hits Masato with that instead.]]

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* AnOfferYouCantRefuse: Rinne's father tells him to join him in the afterworld and come work for him as a damashigami. ** In episode 17, Tsubasa accidentally curses Rinne refuses, but his father says he'll come one way or another.right as he's about to defeat Masato, and causes something heavy to fall on Rinne to stop him.
29th Jul '15 2:46:02 PM Smeagol17
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* MonsterOfTheWeek: This is the basic structure so far, starting with the Kaori Himekawa arc. Most cases take two or three chapters to solve, suggesting that they'll come out to an episode each in the inevitable anime. Most of the exceptions so far have been character introduction arcs, like the Reiji Todoriki arc (Masato's debut). Rinne's father will be the main villain in two consecutive arcs. In Kain's arc, he's a minor villain. Sabato is the one behind everything, unsurprisingly.
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* MonsterOfTheWeek: This is the basic structure so far, starting with the Kaori Himekawa arc. Most cases take two or three chapters to solve, suggesting that they'll come out to taking an episode each in the inevitable anime. Most of the exceptions so far have been character introduction arcs, like the Reiji Todoriki arc (Masato's debut). Rinne's father will be is the main villain in two consecutive arcs. In Kain's arc, he's a minor villain. Sabato is the one behind everything, unsurprisingly.
1st Jul '15 9:06:10 AM Gecko3
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* DeadlyDeferredDiscussion: One ghost was a CuteSportsClubManager for a baseball team. The captain of the team said he had something to tell her, right after the team wins this game. But they don't win, so he puts it off, and the team goes into a long slump. Finally, the team wins and the girl is so excited by the win and the captain at last completing the conversation that she leaps up and smashed her head on the dugout ceiling. She died, and the ghost has been holding out ever since waiting to hear what he had to say.
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* DeadlyDeferredDiscussion: DeadlyDeferredConversation: One ghost was a CuteSportsClubManager for a baseball team. The captain of the team said he had something to tell her, right after the team wins this game. But they don't win, so he puts it off, and the team goes into a long slump. Finally, the team wins and the girl is so excited by the win and the captain at last completing the conversation that she leaps up and smashed her head on the dugout ceiling. She died, and the ghost has been holding out ever since waiting to hear what he had to say.
1st Jul '15 9:03:38 AM Gecko3
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* DeathGlare: PlayedForLaughs when Sakura does this towards Rinne in episode 13, pretty much anytime Ageha gets a little too friendly with him.

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* DullEyesOfUnhappiness: Rinne displays some after Sakura says HeIsNotMyBoyfriend in episode 13.
1st Jul '15 8:43:07 AM Gecko3
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* HeIsNotMyBoyfriend: Sakura says this in episode 13 when offered an engagement ring by various Damashigami, including several that wear an outfit resembling Rinne. The real Rinne suffers a brief HeroicBSOD when she says they're just classmates. Despite this however, Sakura also isn't happy to see Ageha getting friendly with him later on.

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* LoveTriangle: ** Tsubasa, who is in love with Sakura, who may or may not be interested in Rinne. ** Once Ageha shows up, she forms one with Rinne and Sakura.

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** In episode 13, Ageha gives Rinne TheGlomp from behind after he saves her from a damashigami that overpowered her. Unfortunately Sakura just happened to show up, and saw the whole thing. Rinne attempts to explain that he saved Ageha solely for the 1 million yen bounty the damashigami had on him, but Sakura leaves right before he finishes.

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* PullTheThread: Sakura does this on various ghosts and Rinne disguises in episode 13. They almost seem convincing at first, until she notices the zippers behind them and unzips them.

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* WhatTheHellHero: Ageha essentially says this when she meets her sister in episode 13, and finds out she fell in love with Rinne's father and went to work for, instead of putting a stop to the Damashigami company as she had promised to do earlier.
24th Jun '15 8:11:59 AM Gecko3
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* StaringContest: Rokumon's version of Ageha holding Rinne's hand in episode 12 includes this, where Sakura jealousy stares at the two through the door, with Ageha staring back. The narrator and Rinne both state that this version is totally wrong.
24th Jun '15 8:02:26 AM Gecko3
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* NoGoodDeedGoesUnpunished: Rinne puts a temporary halt to his father's Damashigami Company's antics at the end of episode 11, partly by recovering some stuff his father stole from him, and by also passing his flu to his father. Then in episode 12, his father sends him a bill for lost revenue due to said illness. He also starts spying on Sakura as a result of Rinne "clinging to the human world" due to his interest in her.
24th Jun '15 7:45:03 AM Gecko3
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* CurbStompBattle: Rinne easily defeats the Damashigami in their hideout in episode 12 after Ageha mentions that there is a bounty on shutting those places down. His speed in taking them down is one reason she's suddenly drawn to him as well.

* NotWhatItLooksLike: Every time that Rinne gets in a compromising position with a girl (most often Ageha, although it also happened once with a one-shot character), he'll be quick to distance himself and inform Sakura that it's not what she thinks. Tsubasa also accuses him of this in episode 10 after a group of girls in his father's mansion swamp him, wanting to marry him.
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* NotWhatItLooksLike: Every time that Rinne gets in a compromising position with a girl (most often Ageha, although it also happened once with a one-shot character), he'll be quick to distance himself and inform Sakura that it's not what she thinks. thinks: ** Tsubasa also accuses him of this in episode 10 after a group of girls in his father's mansion swamp him, wanting to marry him.him. ** In episode 12, Sakura walks in on his room just as Ageha holds his hands as a result of him agreeing to help her take down the Damashigami company. Ageha screams then runs through a portal, and Rinne tries to explain this trope to her. Sakura says she saw a girl holding his hands, prompting him to reply with this trope again. Though she acts like it's not a big deal, Sakura keeps thinking back to it.

* NotWhatItLooksLike: Every time that Rinne gets in a compromising position with a girl (most often Ageha, although it also happened once with a one-shot character), he'll be quick to distance himself and inform Sakura that it's not what she thinks. Tsubasa also accuses him of this RashomonStyle: Three are shown in episode 10 after 12, when Ageha innocently holds Rinne's hands, with Sakura seeing it when she opens his door: ** The first is with Ageha recalling the moment with Rinne. He looks a group lot more handsome in her memory, prompting the narrator to state that her memory is slightly off. ** The second occurs with Sakura recalling when Ageha was holding Rinne's hand. Except she imagines it as him holding her hands rather firmly, as if they were lovers. Like in the previous example, the narrator states that this is not what happened. ** The third one is from Rokumon's point of view. He recalls it as Ageha and Rinne sharing a somewhat intimate moment together holding hands. Sakura then shows up, and both girls in his father's mansion swamp him, wanting to marry him.enter a hilarious staring contest at each other. The narrator once again states that this is totally wrong.

* NotWhatItLooksLike: Every time that Rinne gets in a compromising position with a girl (most often Ageha, although it also happened once with a one-shot character), he'll be quick to distance himself and inform Sakura that it's not what she thinks. Tsubasa also accuses him of this in TemptingFate: In episode 10 12, Rokumon worries that Ageha might want half of the bounty Rinne collected from shutting down an illegal damashigami operation earlier that day. Shortly after Rinne says he'll never even see that girl again, Ageha then opens a group of girls in portal into his father's mansion swamp him, wanting to marry him.room.

* ZettaiRyouiki: Ageha
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* YourCheatingHeart: Rokumon claims Rinne is doing this during his recollection of Sakura seeing Ageha hold Rinne's hand in episode 12, with the two girls entering a staring contest with each other. The narrator and Rinne both state that this is not what happened. * ZettaiRyouiki: AgehaAgeha sports these.
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