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24th Jan '15 12:51:57 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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''Someday's Dreamers II: Sora'', (also known as ''Someday's Dreamers II ~Summer Skies~'' and ''[[Manga/MahouTsukaiNiTaisetsuNaKotoNatsuNoSora Mahou Tsukai Ni Taisetsu Na Koto ~Natsu no Sora~]]'' in Japan) is the sequel to ''Manga/SomedaysDreamers'', dealing with the same basic premise of a magical internship, but with totally different characters and storyline. The anime series is based on the manga by Norie Yamada and Kumichi Yoshizuki, running for 12 episodes in 2008, produced by Hal Film Maker.

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''Someday's Dreamers II: Sora'', (also known as ''Someday's Dreamers II ~Summer Skies~'' and ''[[Manga/MahouTsukaiNiTaisetsuNaKotoNatsuNoSora Mahou ''Mahou Tsukai Ni Taisetsu Na Koto ~Natsu no Sora~]]'' Sora~'' in Japan) is the sequel to ''Manga/SomedaysDreamers'', dealing with the same basic premise of a magical internship, but with totally different characters and storyline. The anime series is based on the manga by Norie Yamada and Kumichi Yoshizuki, running for 12 episodes in 2008, produced by Hal Film Maker.
14th May '14 8:08:39 AM SeptimusHeap
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In Tokyo she makes new friends and gathers new experiences, meanwhile [[TheMessiah leaving a big impression on most everyone she meets]].

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In Tokyo she makes new friends and gathers new experiences, meanwhile [[TheMessiah leaving a big impression on most everyone she meets]].meets.



* TheMessiah: Sora.
8th Oct '12 1:48:32 PM lu127
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''[[MahouTsukaiNiTaisetsuNaKotoNatsuNoSora Mahou Tsukai Ni Taisetsu Na Koto ~Natsu no Sora~]]'' (also known as ''Someday's Dreamers ~Summer Skies~'') is the sequel to ''MahouTsukaiNiTaisetsuNaKoto'', dealing with the same basic premise of a magical internship, but with totally different characters and storyline. The anime series is based on the manga by Norie Yamada and Kumichi Yoshizuki, running for 12 episodes in 2008, produced by Hal Film Maker.

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''[[MahouTsukaiNiTaisetsuNaKotoNatsuNoSora ''Someday's Dreamers II: Sora'', (also known as ''Someday's Dreamers II ~Summer Skies~'' and ''[[Manga/MahouTsukaiNiTaisetsuNaKotoNatsuNoSora Mahou Tsukai Ni Taisetsu Na Koto ~Natsu no Sora~]]'' (also known as ''Someday's Dreamers ~Summer Skies~'') in Japan) is the sequel to ''MahouTsukaiNiTaisetsuNaKoto'', ''Manga/SomedaysDreamers'', dealing with the same basic premise of a magical internship, but with totally different characters and storyline. The anime series is based on the manga by Norie Yamada and Kumichi Yoshizuki, running for 12 episodes in 2008, produced by Hal Film Maker.



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* TearJerker: The ending appears to be fabricated to invoke this trope.
8th Oct '12 1:34:03 PM lu127
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Sora Suzuki is a 16-year old girl who lives on the countryside of Hokkaido with her mother. She has the ability to use magic, which seems to be [[MundaneFantastic something quite ordinary in the setting of the story]]. She heads for Tokyo to attend an internship, which prepares her to become an officially recognized mage. After attaining her title, she plans to [[ThePromise carry out the request of her deceased father]].

In Tokyo she makes new friends and gathers new experiences, meanwhile [[TheMessiah leaving a big impression on most everyone she meets]].

''[[MahouTsukaiNiTaisetsuNaKotoNatsuNoSora Mahou Tsukai Ni Taisetsu Na Koto ~Natsu no Sora~]]'' (also known as ''Someday's Dreamers ~Summer Skies~'') is the sequel to ''MahouTsukaiNiTaisetsuNaKoto'', dealing with the same basic premise of a magical internship, but with totally different characters and storyline. The anime series is based on the manga by Norie Yamada and Kumichi Yoshizuki, running for 12 episodes in 2008, produced by Hal Film Maker.

Despite the magical theme, it is very much a {{slice of life}} show, emphasizing the relationships between the characters. This is not to say that some of the magic feats aren't impressive though--especially Sora's. The series is also notable for its highly detailed backgrounds, set in [[RealPlaceBackground real-life locations]], which are used for large amounts of {{scenery porn}}.
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Tropes:

* BeachEpisode: The bikini-less variety.
* BoyMeetsGirl
* ChekhovsGun: The note Sora is reading at the start of the series.
* CloudCuckoolander: Morishita.
* ContrivedCoincidence: Sora just ''had'' to be around during the freak accident with that truck.
* CountryMouse: Sora.
* DistantFinale: Skipping [[spoiler:five years]].
* DownerEnding: Always subjective, but it can leave the viewer [[SoapOperaDisease feeling a bit cheated]].
* {{Fanservice}}: [[AvertedTrope What fanservice]]?
* GoOutWithASmile
* GreekChorus: Yasuko, in a way.
* IllGirl: [[spoiler:Sora]].
* IneptMage: Which makes sense for apprentices.
* MentalWorld: Evoking one is one of Sora's powers, which becomes important later on.
* MeaningfulName: Sora means "sky", leading to a lot of aerial imagery.
* MementoMacGuffin: Sora wears her father's watch all the time.
* TheMessiah: Sora.
* MoodWhiplash: Aside from some relatively minor issues, the show is rather light and happy--until [[WhamEpisode episode 10]].
* MundaneFantastic
* MundaneUtility: Mages are actually ''prohibited'' to do this, although they sometimes cheat.
* NotWhatItLooksLike: Used non-comically.
* ThePromise: Made by Sora to her late father.
* PollyAnna: Sora.
* PsychicPowers
* RealPlaceBackground: The locales of Biei, Tokyo and Kamakura can be clearly recognized.
* SceneryPorn
* ShyFingerTwiddling: Done by Sora after she [[spoiler:saves lives using her powers]].
* SinkOrSwimMentor: The teachers at the mage school seem to be of this type.
* SliceOfLife
* SnowMeansLove: Sora uses her magic so her friend Michiru can confess to a boy in the snow--indoors, no less.
* SoapOperaDisease: [[spoiler:Sora's heart condition]].
* StockFootage: Background characters have the tendency to reappear throughout the show.
* StreetMusician: Yasuko, who performs across Shimokitazawa station, and whose songs more or less form a commentary on what is happening.
* TearJerker: The ending appears to be fabricated to invoke this trope.
* TooGoodForThisSinfulEarth: [[spoiler:Guess who]].
* {{Tsundere}}: Asagi.
* TwelveEpisodeAnime
* WhamEpisode: Episode 10, when it is announced that [[spoiler:Sora has a terminal illness]].
* WizardingSchool
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