History Manga / Rinne

29th Jul '16 2:55:50 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* 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 accidentally curse Rinne anyway.

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* 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 accidentally curse Rinne anyway.



* 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 help him take Rinne down anyway.

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* 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 help him take Rinne down anyway.



* XanatosGambit: Sabato tries repeatedly to screw Rinne over in episode 11. First he uses his wheel weapon which turns anything that touches it into cash, such as Rinne's scythe. Later he repeatedly tries to get Rinne's fingerprints one way or another so he can forge more loans and load Rinne up on even more debt. Fortunately Rinne is GenreSavvy enough to realize his father's plan, and doesn't fall for any of them despite his repeated attempts.

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* XanatosGambit: Sabato tries repeatedly to screw Rinne over in episode 11. First he uses his wheel weapon which turns anything that touches it into cash, such as Rinne's scythe. Later he repeatedly tries to get Rinne's fingerprints one way or another so he can forge more loans and load Rinne up on even more debt. Fortunately Rinne is GenreSavvy enough to realize realizes his father's plan, and doesn't fall for any of them despite his repeated attempts.
3rd May '16 9:27:25 PM Darkmoonfire
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** "Kaori Himekawa" is a reincarnated "Hime". [[spoiler:But not really. The name was probably meant to fool readers.]] Himekawa can mean "river princess". Given what she's actually reincarnated from, this name actually is both {{meaningful|Name}}]] and {{hilarious|InHindsight}}.

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** "Kaori Himekawa" is a reincarnated "Hime". [[spoiler:But not really. The name was probably meant to fool readers.]] Himekawa can mean "river princess". Given what she's actually reincarnated from, this name actually is both {{meaningful|Name}}]] {{meaningful|Name}} and {{hilarious|InHindsight}}.



** His father Sabato plays it straight though, being so money-grubbing as to steal from his son's account, steal from his son's ''piggy bank'' (which had the money Rinne wanted to use to visit his mother), use a weapon that converts whatever it touches into cash, and ''[[BloodFromTheMouth vomit blood]]'' when he gets tricked into actually ''paying'' for something]].

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** His father Sabato plays it straight though, being so money-grubbing as to steal from his son's account, steal from his son's ''piggy bank'' (which had the money Rinne wanted to use to visit his mother), use a weapon that converts whatever it touches into cash, and ''[[BloodFromTheMouth vomit blood]]'' when he gets tricked into actually ''paying'' for something]].something.
24th Apr '16 5:04:11 AM NonperformingAuthor
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* CastingGag: Sabato Rokudo, Rinne's dad, is voiced by YamaguchiKappei, the guy who voiced [[RanmaOneHalf Ranma]] and [[InuYasha Inuyasha]], main characters of Takahashi's previous two big series.
24th Apr '16 5:03:44 AM NonperformingAuthor
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* CastingGag: Sabato Rokudo, Rinne's dad, is voiced by YamaguchiKappei, the guy who voiced [[RanmaOneHalf Ranma]] and [[InuYasha Inuyasha]], main characters of Takahashi's previous two big series.
23rd Apr '16 3:20:18 PM StFan
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** In the anime, Sakura's mother has green eyes and wears a yellow apron with brown stripes, and speaks with a slight accent. These character traits are reminiscent of [[UruseiYatsura Lum]].

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** In the anime, Sakura's mother has green eyes and wears a yellow apron with brown stripes, and speaks with a slight accent. These character traits are reminiscent of [[UruseiYatsura Lum]].Lum from ''Manga/UruseiYatsura''.
23rd Apr '16 7:07:30 AM NonperformingAuthor
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** In the anime, Sakura's mother has green eyes and wears a yellow apron with brown stripes, and speaks with a slight accent. These character traits are reminiscent of [[UruseiYatsura Lum]].
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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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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* TimeForPlanB: After Rinne 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 house, Ageha pulls out an explosive, determined to get in no matter what. Tsubasa stops her, and says he's got a better plan. [[spoiler:He simply rings the doorbell, prompting Sakura's mother to come to the front door, and undo the 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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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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* AttackReflector: Tsubasa gives Rinne one 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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* 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 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 HoistByHisOwnPetard entry.


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* 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 accidentally curse Rinne anyway.


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* 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 help him take Rinne down anyway.


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** In episode 17, Masato gives Tsubasa a cursed tome that would allow him to curse anyone he wanted to. Though Tsubasa didn't mean to, he accidentally curses Rinne 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 power stone, and hits Masato with that instead.]]


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** In episode 17, Tsubasa accidentally curses Rinne 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.
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