History Manga / TokureiSochiDantaiStellaJogakuinKoutoukaC3Bu

15th Aug '16 7:29:16 AM Morgenthaler
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** Episode 2's {{Imagine Spot}} seems to be a reference to ''{{The Bodyguard}}''; there's even a [[SuspiciouslySimilarSong Suspiciously Similar]] instrumental version of "I Will Always Love You" playing in the background during the climax.

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** Episode 2's {{Imagine Spot}} seems to be a reference to ''{{The Bodyguard}}''; ''Film/TheBodyguard''; there's even a [[SuspiciouslySimilarSong Suspiciously Similar]] instrumental version of "I Will Always Love You" playing in the background during the climax.
3rd Jul '16 2:14:21 AM Morgenthaler
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* TheMentor: "[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Shisho]]", a US soldier, and Rin and Sonora's airsoft teacher when they were young and in the US. Somewhat true to the traits of an [[TheObiWan Obi-Wan]], [[DeathByOriginStory he's killed in battle,]] his demise influencing Rin to grow into who she is now.

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* TheMentor: "[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Shisho]]", a US soldier, and Rin and Sonora's airsoft teacher when they were young and in the US. Somewhat true to the traits of an [[TheObiWan Obi-Wan]], Obi-Wan, [[DeathByOriginStory he's killed in battle,]] his demise influencing Rin to grow into who she is now.
21st Mar '16 9:09:59 AM Person0123452
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* MagicSkirt: [[http://fabien.li/tvtropes/Stella_Jogakuin_Koutouka_C3-bu_02_19.18.jpg acrobatics while wearing skirts? No problem!]]

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* MagicSkirt: [[http://fabien.li/tvtropes/Stella_Jogakuin_Koutouka_C3-bu_02_19.18.jpg acrobatics Acrobatics while wearing skirts? No problem!]]skirts don't cause any problems.



** ShoutOut to ''Manga/KOn'': Some of the girls' plans to make Yura join the club: lure her in with cake, and throw a roll of money at her face. The latter is most certainly a K-On! reference, as Yachiyo, the one to suggest slapping Yura's face with a wad of cash, is voiced by Madoka Yonezawa, who also voices K-On!'s Ui Hirasawa. In one episode of K-On!, Ui's sister Yui (who is very similar to Yura, in both personality and being the main character), fantasizes about getting slapped with a wad of cash by Ui. (Also, [[http://fabien.li/tvtropes/Yura.jpg Yura's round face]] is reminiscent of ''Manga/KOn'''s art style.)

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** ShoutOut to ''Manga/KOn'': Some of the girls' plans to make Yura join the club: lure her in with cake, and throw a roll of money at her face. The latter is most certainly a K-On! reference, as Yachiyo, the one to suggest slapping Yura's face with a wad of cash, is voiced by Madoka Yonezawa, who also voices K-On!'s Ui Hirasawa. In one episode of K-On!, Ui's sister Yui (who is very similar to Yura, in both personality and being the main character), fantasizes about getting slapped with a wad of cash by Ui. (Also, [[http://fabien.li/tvtropes/Yura.jpg Yura's round face]] face is reminiscent of ''Manga/KOn'''s art style.)
18th Dec '15 7:29:09 PM Willbyr
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13th Aug '15 8:59:15 AM ikaros975
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** Invoked; to attract visitors to their SchoolFestival booth, they wear paper shirts over swimsuits and have squirt-gun duels. [[SexSells It's...rather effective.]]



* ClothingDamage: Invoked; to attract visitors to their SchoolFestival booth, they wear paper shirts over swimsuits and have squirt-gun duels. [[SexSells It's...rather effective.]]
27th Jul '15 7:47:18 AM Willbyr
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* XMeetsY: Affectionately referred to as ''Manga/KOn'' meets ''{{Upotte}}'' (with [=BB=]s instead of 5.56mm [=FMJ=]s). Episode 4 throws in some Haruhi, and episodes 7-11 added a hint of [[spoiler: [[VideoGame/SpecOpsTheLine Spec Ops the Line]]]].

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* XMeetsY: Affectionately referred to as ''Manga/KOn'' meets ''{{Upotte}}'' ''Manga/{{Upotte}}'' (with [=BB=]s instead of 5.56mm [=FMJ=]s). Episode 4 throws in some Haruhi, and episodes 7-11 added a hint of [[spoiler: [[VideoGame/SpecOpsTheLine Spec Ops the Line]]]].VideoGame/SpecOpsTheLine]].
25th May '15 8:52:34 PM ShinyTsukkomi
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* RecycledInSpace: Frequently referred to as "KOn with airsoft guns".

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* RecycledInSpace: Frequently referred to as "KOn "Manga/KOn with airsoft guns".



** ShoutOut to KOn: Some of the girls' plans to make Yura join the club: lure her in with cake, and throw a roll of money at her face. The latter is most certainly a K-On! reference, as Yachiyo, the one to suggest slapping Yura's face with a wad of cash, is voiced by Madoka Yonezawa, who also voices K-On!'s Ui Hirasawa. In one episode of K-On!, Ui's sister Yui (who is very similar to Yura, in both personality and being the main character), fantasizes about getting slapped with a wad of cash by Ui. (Also, [[http://fabien.li/tvtropes/Yura.jpg Yura's round face]] is reminiscent of KOn's art style.)

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** ShoutOut to KOn: ''Manga/KOn'': Some of the girls' plans to make Yura join the club: lure her in with cake, and throw a roll of money at her face. The latter is most certainly a K-On! reference, as Yachiyo, the one to suggest slapping Yura's face with a wad of cash, is voiced by Madoka Yonezawa, who also voices K-On!'s Ui Hirasawa. In one episode of K-On!, Ui's sister Yui (who is very similar to Yura, in both personality and being the main character), fantasizes about getting slapped with a wad of cash by Ui. (Also, [[http://fabien.li/tvtropes/Yura.jpg Yura's round face]] is reminiscent of KOn's ''Manga/KOn'''s art style.)



* XMeetsY: Affectionately referred to as ''KOn'' meets ''{{Upotte}}'' (with [=BB=]s instead of 5.56mm [=FMJ=]s). Episode 4 throws in some Haruhi, and episodes 7-11 added a hint of [[spoiler: [[VideoGame/SpecOpsTheLine Spec Ops the Line]]]].

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* XMeetsY: Affectionately referred to as ''KOn'' ''Manga/KOn'' meets ''{{Upotte}}'' (with [=BB=]s instead of 5.56mm [=FMJ=]s). Episode 4 throws in some Haruhi, and episodes 7-11 added a hint of [[spoiler: [[VideoGame/SpecOpsTheLine Spec Ops the Line]]]].
24th Apr '15 7:35:16 PM Jokubas
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* FanNickname:
** Episodes 5-11 are referred to as [[spoiler: [[VideoGame/SpecOpsTheLine C³-bu: The Line]]]].
** Yura when she's just having fun and nothing else: "Fun Mode".
** Yura's bad rep during the aforementioned [[spoiler: C³-bu: The Line]] earns her the nick "Yura Walker".
** When Yachiyo puts on her [[InTheHood hood]], she's the Little Red Sniping Hood.
24th Apr '15 7:34:45 PM Jokubas
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* ImagineSpot: Several during the first episode, mostly from Yura:

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* ImagineSpot: Several during the first episode, mostly from These are a regular occurrence for Yura:



** It seems these will be a regular occurrence from Yura. In Episode 2 she imagines herself as an actual bodyguard and when cornered in episode 3 imagines post-apocalyptic UrbanWarfare is taking place.

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** It seems these will be a regular occurrence from Yura. In Episode 2 she imagines herself as an actual bodyguard and when cornered in episode 3 imagines post-apocalyptic UrbanWarfare is taking place.



* MoodWhiplash: Happens every time since episode 7. The opening shows C³ (with Yura) in saccharine-sweet BB-pelting airsoft action, in between the DarkerAndEdgier ColdOpen and the main storyline. And then there's unhappy episode endings, immediately followed by the hyper-peppy ending theme. Even so in the after-credits blurb, where random chatter by the characters are followed by increasingly depressing titles for the next episode, as well as the previews that aren't going to cheer you up either. Until the end of episode 11 did we see some better results, [[spoiler: and only in episode 12 is the trope truly averted as dramatic theatrics make way for six girls to have truckloads of fun]].

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* MoodWhiplash: Happens every time since episode 7. The opening shows C³ (with Yura) in saccharine-sweet BB-pelting airsoft action, in between the DarkerAndEdgier ColdOpen and the main storyline. And then there's unhappy episode endings, immediately followed by the hyper-peppy ending theme. Even so in the after-credits blurb, where random chatter by the characters are followed by increasingly depressing titles for the next episode, as well as the previews that aren't going to cheer you up either. Until the end of This doesn't start changing again until episode 11 did we see some better results, 11, [[spoiler: and only in episode 12 is the trope truly averted as dramatic theatrics make way for six girls to have truckloads of fun]].
28th Jan '15 1:08:47 PM Illyas
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