History Manga / Saikano

25th Jan '16 3:39:35 AM aye_amber
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14th Jan '15 6:08:13 PM spamholderman
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* AndIMustScream:
** [[spoiler:Shuji's fate in the anime is to walk an empty earth, with nothing at his side but an AxCrazy [[EnergyBeings energy being]] who "loves" him too much to end his suffering. It's strongly implied that said energy being [[ImmortalityInducer gave him immortality]], which makes the situation much worse.]]
** [[spoiler:Subverted in the manga. Shuji and Chise somehow leave the Earth ''in'' Chise, who has become some kind of spaceship....but Chise forgot humans need to eat.]]
*** Although, [[spoiler:Food withstanding, Manga Shuji seems very acceptable to the idea of living/loving together in Spaceship Chise until the end. Wouldn't call it much of an AndIMustScream situation.]]
8th Jan '15 3:11:45 PM Shugo
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Originally a manga series by Shin Takahashi, it was adapted into a 13-episode anime in 2002. An OVA side-story was released in 2005, ''Saikano: Another Love Song'', as well as a [[LiveActionAdaptation live-action movie]] in 2006. The manga is licensed Creator/VizMedia, they had the anime too, but the lost the license as evidenced by the recent announcement of the anime being rescue licensed by Creator/SentaiFilmworks.

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Originally a manga series by Shin Takahashi, it was adapted into a 13-episode anime in 2002. An OVA side-story was released in 2005, ''Saikano: Another Love Song'', as well as a [[LiveActionAdaptation live-action movie]] in 2006. The manga is licensed Creator/VizMedia, they had the anime too, but the they lost the license as evidenced by the recent announcement of the anime being rescue licensed by Creator/SentaiFilmworks.
8th Jan '15 3:11:24 PM Shugo
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Originally a manga series by Shin Takahashi, it was adapted into a 13-episode anime in 2002. An OVA side-story was released in 2005, ''Saikano: Another Love Song'', as well as a [[LiveActionAdaptation live-action movie]] in 2006. All of these, apart from the live-action film, are licensed by Creator/VizMedia.

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Originally a manga series by Shin Takahashi, it was adapted into a 13-episode anime in 2002. An OVA side-story was released in 2005, ''Saikano: Another Love Song'', as well as a [[LiveActionAdaptation live-action movie]] in 2006. All of these, apart from The manga is licensed Creator/VizMedia, they had the live-action film, are anime too, but the lost the license as evidenced by the recent announcement of the anime being rescue licensed by Creator/VizMedia.
Creator/SentaiFilmworks.
11th Nov '14 11:28:24 AM ManCalledTrue
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* YankTheDogsChain: If it looks even for an instant like something good is about to happen, something terrible is about to happen.
6th Oct '14 10:09:53 AM Willbyr
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* ActionGirl -- Chise
* AdaptationDistillation -- The anime removes some of the extreme MoodWhiplash present in the manga.

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* ActionGirl -- ActionGirl: Chise
* AdaptationDistillation -- AdaptationDistillation: The anime removes some of the extreme MoodWhiplash present in the manga.



* AnyoneCanDie -- And they do.
* ApocalypseHow -- Class 0 or 1 (at the beginning of the series.), [[spoiler: and a ApocalypseHow/{{Class 5}} at the end]].

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* AnyoneCanDie -- And they do.
AnyoneCanDie: No character is safe; by the end of the story, the only two named characters that are still alive are [[spoiler:Chise and Shuji]].
* ApocalypseHow -- ApocalypseHow: Class 0 or 1 (at the beginning of the series.), series), [[spoiler: and a ApocalypseHow/{{Class 5}} at the end]].



* ArtMajorBiology[=/=]ArtMajorPhysics: Let's cover both in one fell swoop: There is no way that anything that happens with Chise's transformations into the Ultimate Weapon or what she does with her power that is remotely possible in RealLife.

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* ArtMajorBiology[=/=]ArtMajorPhysics: Let's cover both in one fell swoop: at once: There is no way that anything that happens with Chise's transformations into the Ultimate Weapon or what she does with her power that is remotely possible in RealLife.



* AxCrazy -- "YOU IDIOTS, shoot if you dare. Sorry, you're all going to die."

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* AxCrazy -- AxCrazy: "YOU IDIOTS, shoot if you dare. Sorry, you're all going to die."



* BittersweetEnding -- [[spoiler:Arguable in the Manga ending. Shuji and Chise (albeit, as an intangible spaceship/hologram Chise) end up together after all, with nothing to tear them apart. They seem fully content with this situation. Shuji's final words in the Manga: "It was our love song. We're going to fall in love. We're going to live.", plus, from author's end notes: "Chise and Shuji are not happy, but they are not unhappy, either. There is no hope, but there are memories and there may be a future."]]
* BlackComedy -- Along with GallowsHumor below, there's a sequence in the manga where [[spoiler:after Chise and Shuji run away and start hitchhiking, they eventually get picked up by a military truck. Chise says off-handedly that everyone that knows what she actually is is already dead. The punch line to this is that the soldiers on the truck DO recognize Chise and know what she is and have a collective OhCrap in their thought bubbles.]]

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* BittersweetEnding -- BittersweetEnding: [[spoiler:Arguable in the Manga ending. Shuji and Chise (albeit, as an intangible spaceship/hologram Chise) end up together after all, with nothing to tear them apart. They seem fully content with this situation. Shuji's final words in the Manga: "It was our love song. We're going to fall in love. We're going to live.", plus, from author's end notes: "Chise and Shuji are not happy, but they are not unhappy, either. There is no hope, but there are memories and there may be a future."]]
* BlackComedy -- BlackComedy: Along with GallowsHumor below, there's a sequence in the manga where [[spoiler:after Chise and Shuji run away and start hitchhiking, they eventually get picked up by a military truck. Chise says off-handedly that everyone that knows what she actually is is already dead. The punch line to this is that the soldiers on the truck DO recognize Chise and know what she is and have a collective OhCrap in their thought bubbles.]]



* BodyHorror -- Chise's uncanny body, and taken UpToEleven
* BrokenBird -- Fuyumi.
* CerebusSyndrome -- The show is mildly optimistic for all of one episode or so. It goes downhill very, very fast after that.
* CharacterDevelopment -- Arguably the main draw of the show.

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* BodyHorror -- BodyHorror: Chise's uncanny body, and taken UpToEleven
* BrokenBird -- BrokenBird: Fuyumi.
* CerebusSyndrome -- CerebusSyndrome: The show is mildly optimistic for all of one episode or so. It goes downhill very, very fast after that.
* CharacterDevelopment -- CharacterDevelopment: Arguably the main draw of the show.



* ClothingDamage -- At the very least, Chise's transformations tear out the backs of her blouses, and sometimes completely shred them. As the story progresses and the transformations get more bizarre, this happens to the rest of her clothes.
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}} -- Chise. Also partly a case of ObfuscatingStupidity when she acts like an ordinary schoolgirl.

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* ClothingDamage -- ClothingDamage: At the very least, Chise's transformations tear out the backs of her blouses, and sometimes completely shred them. As the story progresses and the transformations get more bizarre, this happens to the rest of her clothes.
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}} -- {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Chise. Also partly a case of ObfuscatingStupidity when she acts like an ordinary schoolgirl.



* CreepyChild -- Chise's SuperpoweredEvilSide plays with this trope.

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* CreepyChild -- CreepyChild: Chise's SuperpoweredEvilSide plays with this trope.



* {{Determinator}} -- One of the main themes is people's amazing will to survive even though they know they're doomed.
* DeusAngstMachina -- It can always get ''much worse''.

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* {{Determinator}} -- {{Determinator}}: One of the main themes is people's amazing will to survive even though they know they're doomed.
* DeusAngstMachina -- DeusAngstMachina: It can always get ''much worse''.



* DrivenToSuicide -- [[spoiler:The nervous, sweaty middle-age man who oversees Chise's transformation]].

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* DrivenToSuicide -- DrivenToSuicide: [[spoiler:The nervous, sweaty middle-age man who oversees Chise's transformation]].



* DyingDeclarationOfLove -- [[spoiler:Akemi]] gives one to Shuuji.

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* DyingDeclarationOfLove -- DyingDeclarationOfLove: [[spoiler:Akemi]] gives one to Shuuji.



* EmotionlessGirl -- Subverted. [[spoiler:Near the end, Chise ''does'' have emotions, but she doesn't quite understand them.]]
* TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt -- Set JustBeforeTheEnd.

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* EmotionlessGirl -- EmotionlessGirl: Subverted. [[spoiler:Near the end, Chise ''does'' have emotions, but she doesn't quite understand them.]]
* TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt -- TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt: Set JustBeforeTheEnd.



* FanDisservice -- Usually involves Chise's scars and lack of control over her transformation.

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* FanDisservice -- FanDisservice: Usually involves Chise's scars and lack of control over her transformation.



* FemmeFatale -- Fuyumi.
* GallowsHumour -- Where do we ''start''? Pretty much the whole series is this, particularly when the focus shifts to the military men.
* [[spoiler:GiantWallOfWateryDoom: The tsunami at the end.]]

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* FemmeFatale -- FemmeFatale: Fuyumi.
* GallowsHumour -- GallowsHumour: Where do we ''start''? Pretty much the whole series is this, particularly when the focus shifts to the military men.
* [[spoiler:GiantWallOfWateryDoom: The GiantWallOfWateryDoom: [[spoiler:The tsunami at the end.]]



* HammerSpace -- Chise has to have something like this. That or she fabricates the things on the spot.
* HalfHumanHybrid -- If "half human, half killing machine" fits into this trope.
* HannibalLecture -- Chise occasionally gives this to soldiers. Sometimes from her own side.
* HellSeeker -- Tetsu wants to go to hell because he thinks that's where he'd go after death and that death is the only way out of his misery.

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* HammerSpace -- HammerSpace: Chise has to have something like this. That or she fabricates the things on the spot.
* HalfHumanHybrid -- HalfHumanHybrid: If "half human, half killing machine" fits into this trope.
* HannibalLecture -- HannibalLecture: Chise occasionally gives this to soldiers. Sometimes from her own side.
* HellSeeker -- HellSeeker: Tetsu wants to go to hell because he thinks that's where he'd go after death and that death is the only way out of his misery.



* HotForStudent -- [[spoiler:Fuyumi]], in flashbacks.

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* HotForStudent -- HotForStudent: [[spoiler:Fuyumi]], in flashbacks.



* HumansAreBastards -- Not played entirely straight, but the show makes it clear that everyone is guilty to some extent. At the same time, some passages sing the beauty of human life and the merit of committing to memory the fact that humans existed.

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* HumansAreBastards -- HumansAreBastards: Not played entirely straight, but the show makes it clear that everyone is guilty to some extent. At the same time, some passages sing the beauty of human life and the merit of committing to memory the fact that humans existed.



* JerkWithAHeartOfGold -- Shuuji. He gets better.

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* JerkWithAHeartOfGold -- JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Shuuji. He gets better.



* KillEmAll -- This series gives ''SpaceRunawayIdeon'' a run for its money in a quarter of the episodes.

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* KillEmAll -- KillEmAll: This series gives ''SpaceRunawayIdeon'' ''Anime/SpaceRunawayIdeon'' a run for its money in a quarter of the episodes.



* MagicalGirlfriend -- Deconstructed in a [[ShootTheShaggyDog horrifically mean-spirited]] way.
* ManlyTears -- Especially Shuuji.

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* MagicalGirlfriend -- MagicalGirlfriend: Deconstructed in a [[ShootTheShaggyDog horrifically mean-spirited]] way.
* ManlyTears -- ManlyTears: Especially Shuuji.



** [[spoiler: Chise to the entire human race.]]
*** [[spoiler: Subverted in the anime. Chise wants to do this to spare everyone the suffering of the world ending but Shuuji tell her not to, that everyone has the right to live even in the face of doom.]]
* MixAndMatch -- School life (a bit on the {{Moe}} side) + war/[[HumongousMecha mecha]] + MagicalGirlfriend + '''pure horror''' with a side of TearJerker
* MoodWhiplash -- Probably one of the most egregious and extreme cases in manga. Ordinarily happens several time on the same ''page''.

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** [[spoiler: Chise [[spoiler:Chise to the entire human race.]]
*** [[spoiler: Subverted [[spoiler:Subverted in the anime. Chise wants to do this to spare everyone the suffering of the world ending but Shuuji tell her not to, that everyone has the right to live even in the face of doom.]]
* MixAndMatch -- MixAndMatch: School life (a bit on the {{Moe}} side) + war/[[HumongousMecha mecha]] + MagicalGirlfriend + '''pure horror''' with a side of TearJerker
* MoodWhiplash -- MoodWhiplash: Probably one of the most egregious and extreme cases in manga. Ordinarily happens several time on the same ''page''.



* NuclearWeaponsTaboo -- Chise practically is one, given her unstoppability and growing reputation for total destruction.
* OneWingedAngel -- Chise, and simultaneously literal and metaphorical.
* OnlyOneName -- According to WordOfGod, this was in order to create an atmosphere of familiarity with the characters.
* OracularUrchin -- [[spoiler:Chise increasingly knows what will happen as a result of the war.]]

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* NuclearWeaponsTaboo -- NuclearWeaponsTaboo: Chise practically is one, given her unstoppability and growing reputation for total destruction.
* OneWingedAngel -- OneWingedAngel; Chise, and simultaneously literal and metaphorical.
* OnlyOneName -- OnlyOneName: According to WordOfGod, this was in order to create an atmosphere of familiarity with the characters.
* OracularUrchin -- OracularUrchin: [[spoiler:Chise increasingly knows what will happen as a result of the war.]]



* OutOfClothesExperience -- Happens to Chise at the very end of the manga.

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* OutOfClothesExperience -- OutOfClothesExperience: Happens to Chise at the very end of the manga.



* PersonOfMassDestruction
* PetTheDog -- Chise and Shuuji love kitties. [[spoiler: They die horribly]].
* PlotHole -- Could be said to be voluntary. The fact that we never learn who's at war with whom and the identity of the BigBad strengthens the status of ''Saikano'' as an allegory about war at large. Similarly, knowing how come Chise is chosen to become the ultimate weapon and how on earth that actually works isn't quite the point. See TheUnreveal.
* PoorCommunicationKills -- Double subversion [[spoiler:we learn fairly early on that some soldiers speak English. Then Tetsu meets up with soldiers and tries to talk them down in English. They don't understand English.]]

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* PersonOfMassDestruction
PersonOfMassDestruction: As the Ultimate Weapon, Chise can unleash horrific destruction when she's of a mind to do so.
* PetTheDog -- PetTheDog: Chise and Shuuji love kitties. [[spoiler: They die horribly]].
* PlotHole -- PlotHole: Could be said to be voluntary. The fact that we never learn who's at war with whom and the identity of the BigBad strengthens the status of ''Saikano'' as an allegory about war at large. Similarly, knowing how come Chise is chosen to become the ultimate weapon and how on earth that actually works isn't quite the point. See TheUnreveal.
* PoorCommunicationKills -- PoorCommunicationKills: Double subversion [[spoiler:we subversion. [[spoiler:We learn fairly early on that some soldiers speak English. Then Tetsu meets up with soldiers and tries to talk them down in English. They don't understand English.]]



* RagingStiffie -- Manga-only; Shuji.
* RapeAsDrama -- In a recent volume of [[{{Omake}} canon stories happening in the universe of Saikano]], one story focuses on the relationship between a teen soldier and a girl who got raped by soldiers from the other side. Particularly jarring since [[spoiler: he waited for them to be finished before he killed them because he knew they'd feel 'spent' after sex. And since they supposedly fall in love he convinces the girl to have sex with him while she doesn't want to]].
* RuleOfCool -- Let's face it, a moe with tech wings is ''cool''.
* SchrodingersCat -- In the manga, one of Shuji's friends goes deaf during the first bombing. In the anime, said friend bites it (though from how little he gets featured in the manga, he might as well have died).

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* RagingStiffie -- RagingStiffie: Manga-only; Shuji.
* RapeAsDrama -- RapeAsDrama: In a recent volume of [[{{Omake}} canon stories happening in the universe of Saikano]], one story focuses on the relationship between a teen soldier and a girl who got raped by soldiers from the other side. Particularly jarring since [[spoiler: he [[spoiler:he waited for them to be finished before he killed them because he knew they'd feel 'spent' after sex. And since they supposedly fall in love he convinces the girl to have sex with him while she doesn't want to]].
* RuleOfCool -- RuleOfCool: Let's face it, a moe with tech wings is ''cool''.
* SchrodingersCat -- SchrodingersCat: In the manga, one of Shuji's friends goes deaf during the first bombing. In the anime, said friend bites it (though from how little he gets featured in the manga, he might as well have died).



* {{Seinen}} -- In the small Afterward in the manga, WordOfGod stated this was for young adult boys to adult men. This is also how he got away with [[spoiler:including a rather graphic sex sequence]].

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* {{Seinen}} -- {{Seinen}}: In the small Afterward Afterword in the manga, WordOfGod stated this was for young adult boys to adult men. This is also how he got away with [[spoiler:including a rather graphic sex sequence]].



* {{Shotacon}} -- [[spoiler:Fuyumi's tryst with Shuji when he was 13.]]

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* {{Shotacon}} -- {{Shotacon}}: [[spoiler:Fuyumi's tryst with Shuji when he was 13.]]



* SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism -- Oooh boy.

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* SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism -- SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism: Oooh boy.



* SnicketWarningLabel -- Besides the Episode 10 fansub, there is a warning in the manga in volume 2 that [[FromBadToWorse it WILL get worse]] and you are in the MIDDLE of volume 2.
* SplitPersonalityTakeover -- Gradually happens to Chise.

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* SnicketWarningLabel -- SnicketWarningLabel: Besides the Episode 10 fansub, there is a warning in the manga in volume 2 that [[FromBadToWorse it WILL get worse]] and you are in the MIDDLE of volume 2.
* SplitPersonalityTakeover -- SplitPersonalityTakeover: Gradually happens to Chise.



* StepfordSmiler -- Chise; Shuuji to a lesser extent; Fuyumi; Tetsu.
* SuperDeformed -- The manga does this a ''lot'' in the most [[MoodWhiplash inappropriate]] places.
* SuperpoweredEvilSide -- Chise's personality while in [[PersonofMassDestruction the Ultimate Weapon form]] could be psychotically vindictive, threatening on multiple occasions to utterly eradicate anyone who got in her way or made her mad, be it friend or foe...and that she could do so with ridiculous ease made her even more horrifying.

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* StepfordSmiler -- StepfordSmiler: Chise; Shuuji to a lesser extent; Fuyumi; Tetsu.
* SuperDeformed -- SuperDeformed: The manga does this a ''lot'' in the most [[MoodWhiplash inappropriate]] places.
* SuperpoweredEvilSide -- SuperpoweredEvilSide: Chise's personality while in [[PersonofMassDestruction the Ultimate Weapon form]] could be psychotically vindictive, threatening on multiple occasions to utterly eradicate anyone who got in her way or made her mad, be it friend or foe...and that she could do so with ridiculous ease made her even more horrifying.



* SurprisinglyGoodEnglish -- The most noticeable use of English was from invading soldiers, who spoke passable (if noticeably accented) American English.
* TenMinuteRetirement -- When Chise [[spoiler:dies]].

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* SurprisinglyGoodEnglish -- SurprisinglyGoodEnglish: The most noticeable use of English was from invading soldiers, who spoke passable (if noticeably accented) American English.
* TenMinuteRetirement -- TenMinuteRetirement: When Chise [[spoiler:dies]].



* ThereIsNoHigherCourt - Girl changed into weapon without her knowledge or consent. No one bats an eye.

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* ThereIsNoHigherCourt - ThereIsNoHigherCourt: Girl changed into weapon without her knowledge or consent. No one bats an eye.



* TransformationTrauma
* {{Trickster}} -- Chise (debatable).
* {{Tsundere}} -- Akemi.

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* TransformationTrauma
TransformationTrauma: In more than one way - the pain of the transformations, Chise's embarrassment at being seen partially or completely unclothed when she returns to normal, and the knowledge that she's losing her humanity a little at a time.
* {{Trickster}} -- {{Trickster}}: Chise (debatable).
* {{Tsundere}} -- {{Tsundere}}: Akemi.



* UnluckyChildhoodFriend -- [[spoiler: Akemi]]
* TheUnreveal -- For example, why and how was Chise chosen as the ultimate weapon? What actually happens to the earth at the end?

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* UnluckyChildhoodFriend -- UnluckyChildhoodFriend: [[spoiler: Akemi]]
* TheUnreveal -- TheUnreveal: For example, why and how was Chise chosen as the ultimate weapon? What actually happens to the earth at the end?



* WaveMotionGun -- Kind of.
** At least, it results in a SphereOfDestruction.

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* WaveMotionGun -- WaveMotionGun: Kind of.
**
of. At least, it results in a SphereOfDestruction.



* WhereIWasBornAndRazed -- Spectacularly averted: Chise's hometown not only doesn't get destroyed by her as one could expect, but it's in fact one of the only "safe" places on the earth due to Chise [[MeaningfulName protecting it]], to such an extent that it gets dubbed "Chise's town" and people flock to it in a desperate effort to find refuge. However, she eventually decides that when the time comes, she'll [[spoiler: [[ShootTheDog destroy it herself rather than let everybody die painfully]]]].

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* WhereIWasBornAndRazed -- WhereIWasBornAndRazed: Spectacularly averted: Chise's hometown not only doesn't get destroyed by her as one could expect, but it's in fact one of the only "safe" places on the earth due to Chise [[MeaningfulName protecting it]], to such an extent that it gets dubbed "Chise's town" and people flock to it in a desperate effort to find refuge. However, she eventually decides that when the time comes, she'll [[spoiler: [[ShootTheDog destroy it herself rather than let everybody die painfully]]]].



* WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds -- Who do you think?
* {{Yandere}} -- While Chise technically isn't one, her characterization certainly plays with this trope.

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* WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds -- WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds: Who do you think?
* {{Yandere}} -- {{Yandere}}: While Chise technically isn't one, her characterization certainly plays with this trope.
22nd Jun '14 1:56:58 AM Nolat
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* BittersweetEnding -- [[spoiler:Arguable in the Manga ending. Shuji and Chise (albeit, as an intangible spaceship/hologram Chise) end up together after all, with nothing to tear them apart. They seem fully content with this situation. Shuji's final words in the Manga: "It was our love song. We're going to fall in love. We're going to live.", plus WordOfGod fromth: "Chise and Shuji are not happy, but they are not unhappy, either. There is no hope, but there are memories and there may be a future."]]

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* BittersweetEnding -- [[spoiler:Arguable in the Manga ending. Shuji and Chise (albeit, as an intangible spaceship/hologram Chise) end up together after all, with nothing to tear them apart. They seem fully content with this situation. Shuji's final words in the Manga: "It was our love song. We're going to fall in love. We're going to live.", plus WordOfGod fromth: plus, from author's end notes: "Chise and Shuji are not happy, but they are not unhappy, either. There is no hope, but there are memories and there may be a future."]]
22nd Jun '14 1:55:54 AM Nolat
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* BittersweetEnding -- [[spoiler:Arguable in the Manga ending. Shuji and Chise (albeit, as an intangible spaceship/hologram Chise) end up together after all, with nothing to tear them apart. They seem fully content with this situation. Shuji's final words in the Manga: "It was our love song. We're going to fall in love. We're going to live.", plus WordOfGod fromth: "Chise and Shuji are not happy, but they are not unhappy, either. There is no hope, but there are memories and there may be a future."]]
22nd Jun '14 1:46:53 AM Nolat
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*** Although, [[spoiler:Food withstanding, Manga Shuji seems very acceptable to the idea of living/loving together in Spaceship Chise until the end. Wouldn't call it much of an AndIMustScream situation.]]
21st Jun '14 7:25:56 AM theAdeptRogue
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