History Manga / RosarioToVampire

8th Jan '17 1:05:26 PM lalaTKG
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* MasterOfTheMixedMessage: Inner Moka succesfully confusing not only Tsukune but the rest of the UnwantedHarem as well.

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* MasterOfTheMixedMessage: Inner Moka succesfully confusing Moka's feelings successfully confuse not only Tsukune but the rest of the UnwantedHarem as well.
8th Jan '17 10:12:19 AM lalaTKG
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* {{Flanderization}}: Kurumu's character is much more noble in the manga: in spite of her love for Tsukune, she also loves her rivals in the harem like sisters and staunchly supports them with warm kindness in their hours of need. Her kind-hearted character is replaced by the bitchiness stereotypical "flirty" character in the anime, making her far less sympathetic.

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* {{Flanderization}}: {{Flanderization}}:
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Kurumu's character is much more noble in the manga: in spite of her love for Tsukune, she also loves her rivals in the harem like sisters and staunchly supports them with warm kindness in their hours of need. Her kind-hearted character is replaced by the bitchiness stereotypical "flirty" character in the anime, making her far less sympathetic.sympathetic.
** Kokoa as well. In the manga, she treats everyone in a much friendlier way than in the anime, where she's [[{{Tsundere}} tsuntsun]] from the very start. While she's still a BloodKnight (for instance, enjoying creating mayhem as a distraction at the Flower Offering arc) and obsessed with Inner Moka, she is more willing to join whatever the core group of friends want to do, instead of an out-and-out problem child who simply wants to beat them all up just because they're close to Moka like in the anime.
** Tsukune is Flanderized over time in the manga, bit by bit turning more from a classic harem hero into a shounen protagonist. Early on he's pretty clearly aware that the other girls like him (it would be hard for him not to, since they stated it outright back then), but as is typical of the genre he just preferred the NiceGirl type of Outer Moka to their more extroverted behavior. He's obviously aware they care about him and that they're very pretty girls. This is all completely forgotten later on when, to facilitate his change into the big strong hero [[SingleTargetSexuality who only has eyes for one girl in the world]], Tsukune apparently not only forgets that the other girls like him, but seems to forget that they're ''girls'', at least in any other fashion than that they [[DistressedDamsel need saving occasionally]]. He goes from seeing them as admirers and close friends he often doesn't quite know how to deal with to treating them like a bunch of friendly acquaintances that happen to follow him around.



** Kokoa as well. In the manga, she treats everyone in a much friendlier way than in the anime, where she's [[{{Tsundere}} tsuntsun]] from the very start. While she's still a BloodKnight (for instance, enjoying creating mayhem as a distraction at the Flower Offering arc) and obsessed with Inner Moka, she is more willing to join whatever the core group of friends want to do, instead of an out-and-out problem child who simply wants to beat them all up just because they're close to Moka like in the anime.
** Even Fang-Fang gets in on this-- he goes from the ButtMonkey and comic relief to [[spoiler: an heir to his clan who's ''very'' frustrated about his magical shortcomings, who also gets ''reminded'' of these shortcomings in every serious fight he's in, and one who had tried to help make amends with his family's rival clan, but couldn't, due to his friend's circumstances.]]
** Tsukune is Flanderized over time in the manga, bit by bit turning more from a classic harem hero into a shounen protagonist. Early on he's pretty clearly aware that the other girls like him (it would be hard for him not to, since they stated it outright back then), but as is typical of the genre he just preferred the NiceGirl type of Outer Moka to their more extroverted behavior. He's obviously aware they care about him and that they're very pretty girls. This is all completely forgotten later on when, to facilitate his change into the big strong hero [[SingleTargetSexuality who only has eyes for one girl in the world]], Tsukune apparently not only forgets that the other girls like him, but seems to forget that they're ''girls'', at least in any other fashion than that they [[DistressedDamsel need saving occasionally]]. He goes from seeing them as admirers and close friends he often doesn't quite know how to deal with to treating them like a bunch of friendly acquaintances that happen to follow him around.

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** Kokoa as well. In the manga, she treats everyone in a much friendlier way than in the anime, where she's [[{{Tsundere}} tsuntsun]] from the very start. While she's still a BloodKnight (for instance, enjoying creating mayhem as a distraction at the Flower Offering arc) and obsessed with Inner Moka, she is more willing to join whatever the core group of friends want to do, instead of an out-and-out problem child who simply wants to beat them all up just because they're close to Moka like in the anime.
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*** Even Fang-Fang gets in on this-- he goes from the ButtMonkey and comic relief to [[spoiler: an heir to his clan who's ''very'' frustrated about his magical shortcomings, who also gets ''reminded'' of these shortcomings in every serious fight he's in, and one who had tried to help make amends with his family's rival clan, but couldn't, due to his friend's circumstances.]]
** Tsukune is Flanderized over time in the manga, bit by bit turning more from a classic harem hero into a shounen protagonist. Early on he's pretty clearly aware that the other girls like him (it would be hard for him not to, since they stated it outright back then), but as is typical of the genre he just preferred the NiceGirl type of Outer Moka to their more extroverted behavior. He's obviously aware they care about him and that they're very pretty girls. This is all completely forgotten later on when, to facilitate his change into the big strong hero [[SingleTargetSexuality who only has eyes for one girl in the world]], Tsukune apparently not only forgets that the other girls like him, but seems to forget that they're ''girls'', at least in any other fashion than that they [[DistressedDamsel need saving occasionally]]. He goes from seeing them as admirers and close friends he often doesn't quite know how to deal with to treating them like a bunch of friendly acquaintances that happen to follow him around.
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8th Jan '17 10:06:07 AM lalaTKG
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* {{Expy}}: While his goal and background are quite different, [[spoiler:Hokuto]] definitely brings to mind [[Manga/DeathNote Light Yagami]]. There's some visual resemblance, his plan is built around and he even uses a couple of Light's better-known lines. Not to mention that he looks just like Aizen and is [[spoiler: a complete mastermind/nigh invincible dude wearing glasses who managed to infiltrate an organization, rise to the top, with everybody loving and trusting him. Only to turn around, kill a bunch of dudes, and become the BigBad. He also turns bishounen when he takes off his glasses by the way.]]

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* {{Expy}}: While his goal and background are quite different, [[spoiler:Hokuto]] definitely brings to mind [[Manga/DeathNote Light Yagami]]. There's some visual resemblance, his plan is built around and he even uses a couple of Light's better-known lines. Not to mention that he looks just like Aizen and is [[spoiler: a complete mastermind/nigh invincible dude wearing glasses who managed to infiltrate an organization, rise to the top, with everybody loving and trusting him. Only to turn around, kill a bunch of dudes, and become the BigBad. He also turns bishounen into a {{bishounen}} when he takes off his glasses by the way.way (not that [[SexySpectacles he needs to take them off to be sexy]] in ''Season II''). ]]
8th Jan '17 9:57:45 AM lalaTKG
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* {{Fanservice}} / HotterAndSexier: To a minor degree in the manga version, but goes to considerabe lengths in the anime. It is completely [[OverusedRunningGag overused and abused]] in the anime, to the extent that the writers sacrificed the entire {{plot}} and [[CharacterDevelopment character development]] of the original manga in favour of breast and [[PantyShot panty shots]]. Cue cries of outrage from fans of the manga.

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* {{Fanservice}} / HotterAndSexier: To a minor degree in the manga version, but goes to considerabe considerable lengths in the anime. It is completely [[OverusedRunningGag overused and abused]] in the anime, to the extent that the writers sacrificed the entire {{plot}} and [[CharacterDevelopment character development]] of the original manga in favour of breast and [[PantyShot panty shots]]. Cue cries of outrage from fans of the manga.
30th Dec '16 2:36:04 PM StarSword
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* LovableSexManiac: Gin, who wants to grope one of the girls at any chance he gets and Yukari (her stated plans involve her, Moka, Tsukune and a bed). Pillow fight?

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* LovableSexManiac: LovableSexManiac:
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Gin, who wants to grope one of the girls at any chance he gets gets, and Yukari (her Yukari, whose stated plans involve her, Moka, Tsukune and a bed).bed (which can run to TroublingUnchildlikeBehavior because she's eleven years old and only ''mentally'' precocious). Pillow fight?



* MaleGaze: The anime screams this trope the whole time. Especially when Kurumu appears or when Moka transforms.

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* MaleGaze: MaleGaze:
** Right before they take a field trip to the human world, Moka happens to sit next to Tsukune in street clothes. Her blouse has cleavage and Tsukune can't help looking down her shirt (the next three or so panels are shown from his POV).
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The anime screams this trope the whole time. Especially when Kurumu appears or when Moka transforms.
29th Dec '16 2:41:24 PM StarSword
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* {{Bowdlerization}}: An early chapter of ''Season II'' has a fight with an originally male {{Doppelganger}} that takes the form of Kurumu and then flashes Tsukune to distract him when his SuperpoweredEvilSide takes over. The {{Doppelganger}} is bare-breasted in the original version, but in the American localization he inexplicably acquires a lace bra despite wearing men's clothing.
9th Nov '16 10:29:26 PM lalaTKG
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* HomoeroticSubtext: Kiria is very devoted to Hokuto and Miyabi, and when [[spoiler: Miyabi is destroyed and Hokuto falls indefinitely unconscious]], he curses Tsukune and his lot for taking away the two people that he loved. Suspiciously, he also mentions in an omake that he's not interested in girls...

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* HomoeroticSubtext: Kiria is very devoted to Hokuto and Miyabi, and when [[spoiler: Miyabi is destroyed and Hokuto falls indefinitely unconscious]], he curses Tsukune and his lot for taking away the two people that he loved. It's understandable in Miyabi's case [[spoiler:as he is Kiria's "father"]], but in Hokuto's case you can't exactly give him the same excuse. Suspiciously, he Kiria also mentions in an omake that he's not interested in girls...
9th Nov '16 10:27:48 PM lalaTKG
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* BookEnds: The first and last chapter have the bus driver ask Tsukune if he really wants to go to Youkai Academy, and that it's a dangerous place. The reasoning is different both times; the first because he's a human about to attend a school of monsters, and the second time because [[spoiler: he's chosen as the new successor to Youkai Academy's Headmaster position]]. Of course Tsukune agrees both times.



** But then, recent chapters make it look as though Tsukune is becoming something other than human , so that problem might end up sorting itself out.

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** But then, recent chapters make it look as though By the end of the manga, [[spoiler: Tsukune is becoming something other than human , has become a full vampire thanks to the Holy Lock slowly but surely adjusting Tsukune's body to Moka's blood]], so that the problem might end up sorting may sort itself out.out on its own.
8th Nov '16 9:49:16 AM dlchen145
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* BadassFamily: Moka's superpowerful family of vampires includes her KickChick self, her CuteBruiser BloodKnight younger sister Kokoa, her [[AffablyEvil cheerfully frightening]] [[ImplacableMan Implacable Woman]] ditz of a middle sister Kahlua, the [[TheJuggernaut reigning queen]] of evil {{Badass}}, Akuha, the eldest sister, and Akasha, Moka's mother, who, if it ever came to that, [[ActionMom could probably beat every girl in the above list. Simultaneously.]]

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* BadassFamily: Moka's superpowerful family of vampires includes her KickChick self, her CuteBruiser BloodKnight younger sister Kokoa, her [[AffablyEvil cheerfully frightening]] [[ImplacableMan Implacable Woman]] ditz of a middle sister Kahlua, the [[TheJuggernaut reigning queen]] of evil {{Badass}}, badass} Akuha, the eldest sister, and Akasha, Moka's mother, who, if it ever came to that, [[ActionMom could probably beat every girl in the above list. Simultaneously.]]



** The manga is littered with them, with the justification that just because they're all monsters doesn't mean they're properly trained to fight. Logically, this leads to weak monsters beaten on by stronger monsters, stronger and weaker monsters beaten on by trained fighters (who are usually strong anyway) and finally, really strong ''and'' trained monsters getting taken down by [[{{Badass}} Inner Moka]]. She's never been at the receiving end of one, but she's been at a disadvantage.

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** The manga is littered with them, with the justification that just because they're all monsters doesn't mean they're properly trained to fight. Logically, this leads to weak monsters beaten on by stronger monsters, stronger and weaker monsters beaten on by trained fighters (who are usually strong anyway) and finally, really strong ''and'' trained monsters getting taken down by [[{{Badass}} Inner Moka]].Moka. She's never been at the receiving end of one, but she's been at a disadvantage.



* {{Deconstruction}}: Of numerous genre-related tropes. Tsukune being a NonActionGuy with a {{Badass}} UnwantedHarem nearly gets him killed on multiple occasions early on, and we even get a somber look at what being runner-up in the UnwantedHarem actually does to a girl. The anime, however, plays all of the above painfully, obliviously straight.

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* {{Deconstruction}}: Of numerous genre-related tropes. Tsukune being a NonActionGuy with a {{Badass}} badass UnwantedHarem nearly gets him killed on multiple occasions early on, and we even get a somber look at what being runner-up in the UnwantedHarem actually does to a girl. The anime, however, plays all of the above painfully, obliviously straight.



** For a few issues after his introduction, Gin. No matter how many times the girls beat him down, he gets back up and keeps flirting. After a few more issues he gets a {{Badass}} [[TranquilFury Upgrade]] if his friends are threatened, which he still uses as an excuse to try to grope the girls...

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** For a few issues after his introduction, Gin. No matter how many times the girls beat him down, he gets back up and keeps flirting. After a few more issues he gets a {{Badass}} badass [[TranquilFury Upgrade]] if his friends are threatened, which he still uses as an excuse to try to grope the girls...



* WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway: In a school of BadAss monsters like vampires, it's got to suck to be the guy who can ''turn into an umbrella''.

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* WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway: In a school of BadAss badass monsters like vampires, it's got to suck to be the guy who can ''turn into an umbrella''.
8th Nov '16 9:48:21 AM dlchen145
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* {{Badass}}: Gin's not called 'The Most Reliable Man' for no reason.
** [[{{SuperpoweredEvilSide}} Inner Moka]] is also an example. Early in the series, every appearance she had would ''always'' be a CurbStompBattle.
** Tsukune himself has become one of these recently. In chapter 40 of season 2, he willingly sits through Touhou Fuhai's [[{{Pressure Point}} acupuncture of death]]. And pretty much everything he does starting from chapter 43.
%% commented out WordCruft, ZeroContextExample ** [[spoiler: Akuha. 'nough said.]]
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