History Manga / UbelBlatt

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* YouAreTooLate: [[spoiler:Koinzell arrives too late at the final battle to stop the seal from being breached.]]
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* DrillSergeantNasty: Balgay, officer of Barestar's army, who thinks it's a good idea raising the morale of his men whom are escaping from a OneManArmy by ''punching them in the face''.

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* DrillSergeantNasty: Balgay, Vargue, an officer of Barestar's army, army who thinks it's a good idea raising the morale of his men whom are escaping from a OneManArmy by ''punching them in the face''.



* EnemyCivilWar: [[spoiler:A civil war later in the manga one breaks out between the forces of Lebelont, who has control of the Imperial forces, and the newly resurrected Glenn, who along with much his own forces also controls Ischüdien's forces as well]].

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* EnemyCivilWar: [[spoiler:A civil war later in the manga one breaks out between the forces of Lebelont, Lebellond, who has control of the Imperial forces, and the newly resurrected Glenn, who along with much his own forces also controls Ischüdien's forces as well]].
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* TheEmpire: A rare good version. But it's ''far'' from being TheKingdom. Wischtech ''could'' be a standard evil one (maybe).
* EnemyCivilWar: [[spoiler:A civil war later in the manga one breaks out between the forces of Lebelont, who has control of the Imperial forces, and the newly resurrected Glenn, who along with much his own forces also controls Ischudien's forces as well.]]
* EnemyMine: With [[spoiler:Lebelont on the verge of starting a new Wischtech war, Elserea's knights, Rozen and the Order of the Seven Lances, Dragon Chief Ischüdien and Köinzell all want to stop Lebelont before things get worse. They really don't join forces though, as Ischüdien winds up showing up with a revived Glenn shifting the entire nation.]]

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* TheEmpire: A rare good version. But it's ''far'' from being TheKingdom. Wischtech ''could'' be a standard evil one (maybe).
(this is left unclear).
* EnemyCivilWar: [[spoiler:A civil war later in the manga one breaks out between the forces of Lebelont, who has control of the Imperial forces, and the newly resurrected Glenn, who along with much his own forces also controls Ischudien's Ischüdien's forces as well.]]
well]].
* EnemyMine: With [[spoiler:Lebelont [[spoiler:Lebellond on the verge of starting a new Wischtech war, Elserea's knights, Rozen and the Order of the Seven Lances, Dragon Chief Ischüdien and Köinzell all want to stop Lebelont before things get worse. They really don't join forces though, as Ischüdien winds up showing up with a revived Glenn shifting the entire nation.]]nation]].



** Later [[spoiler:Dragon Chief Ischüdien, who is shown working against Lebelont's war-mongering ways after Glenn's death when Lebelont should be ''serving'' the Empire, not conquering it.]]

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** Later [[spoiler:Dragon Chief Ischüdien, who is shown working against Lebelont's Lebellond's war-mongering ways after Glenn's death when Lebelont Lebellond should be ''serving'' the Empire, not conquering it.]]it]].



* FourIsDeath: Subverted with The Four Lances of Betrayal (unless you count the fact they were all killed save Ascheritt).
* FromBadToWorse: [[spoiler:With Glenn dead, the power hungry Lebelont takes action by taking over Glenn's former lands and killing dissidents who gets in his way to become the next Emperor. What's worse? He plans to rekindle the war with Wischtech to achieve more fame than Glenn. Even a veteran of the war Calls him out of it.]]

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* FourIsDeath: Subverted with The Four Lances of Betrayal (unless you count the fact they were all killed killed, save Ascheritt).
Ascheritt who managed to survive).
* FromBadToWorse: [[spoiler:With Glenn dead, the power hungry Lebelont Lebellond takes action by taking over Glenn's former lands and killing dissidents who gets in his way to become the next Emperor. What's worse? He plans to rekindle the war with Wischtech to achieve more fame than Glenn. Even a A veteran of the war Calls calls him out of it.]]for it]].
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* ChekhovsGun: Many things that appear to be minor details about how that world works later turn out to have significance. Usually, this comes in the form of ChekhovsGunman, in particular, the [[spoiler:"black hats"]], especially the two who appear at the end of the very first chapter. While the [[spoiler:"black hats"]] are running around in the background throughout the story, the two who showed up in chapter one don't appear again until much later. The older one ([[spoiler:Léger Levita]]) is seen again at the end of chapter 148 and the other ([[spoiler:Vlug Arigy]]) reappears in the next chapter.

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* ChekhovsGun: Many things that appear to be minor details about how that world works later turn out to have significance. Usually, this comes in the form of ChekhovsGunman, in particular, the [[spoiler:"black hats"]], especially the two who appear at the end of the very first chapter. While the [[spoiler:"black hats"]] are running around in the background throughout the story, the two who showed up in chapter one don't appear again until much later. The older one ([[spoiler:Léger Levita]]) is seen again at the end of chapter 148 and the other ([[spoiler:Vlug Arigy]]) reappears in the next following chapter.
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** This is [[UpToEleven an even worse piece of information]] for [[spoiler:Ikfes, who realizes that he had been serving men who killed his father, blackened his house, forced him and his mother into exile, and brought conflict to his homeland]].

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** This is [[UpToEleven an even a far worse piece of information]] for [[spoiler:Ikfes, who realizes that he had been serving men who killed betrayed and murdered his father, blackened his house, forced him and his mother into exile, and brought conflict to his homeland]].
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* DiedStanding: This is what happens to [[spoiler:Kevira's elder brother, Lavaanh,]] thanks to Lebellond using a siege weapon against ordinary combatants. What makes this even more incredible is the fact that the person in question is [[spoiler:usually rational and is covered in scars and [[DisabledBadass missing an arm]]]].

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* DiedStanding: DiedStandingUp: This is what happens to [[spoiler:Kevira's elder brother, Lavaanh,]] thanks to Lebellond using a siege weapon against ordinary combatants. What makes this even more incredible is the fact that the person in question is [[spoiler:usually rational and is covered in scars and [[DisabledBadass missing an arm]]]].
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* DiedStanding: This is what happens to [[spoiler:Kevira's elder brother, Lavaanh,]] thanks to Lebellond using a siege weapon against ordinary combatants. What makes this even more incredible is the fact that the person in question is [[spoiler:usually rational and is covered in scars and [[DisabledBadass missing an arm]]]].
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* {{Bishonen}}: More then a few

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* {{Bishonen}}: More then a fewfew.



* ChekhovsGun: Many things that appear to be minor details about how that world works later turn out to have significance. Usually, this comes in the form of ChekhovsGunman, in particular, the [[spoiler:"black hats"]], especially the two who appear at the end of the very first chapter. While the [[spoiler:"black hats"]] are running around in the background throughout the story, the two who showed up in chapter one don't appear again until much later. The older one ([[spoiler:Léger Levita]]) is seen again at the end of chapter 148 and the other ([[spoiler:Vlug Arigy]]) reappears in the next chapter.
* ChronicHeroSyndrome: Köinzell, even though he states that [[spoiler:he doesn't care about casualties as long as he can get his hands on Seven Heroes,]] can't just leave anyone innocent suffering.



* ChronicHeroSyndrome: Köinzell, even though he states that [[spoiler:he doesn't care about casualties as long as he can get his hands on Seven Heroes,]] can't just leave anyone innocent suffering.



* DoorstopBaby: Ascheritt's backstory.

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* DoorstopBaby: Ascheritt's Ascheriit's backstory.



* EmbodimentOfVice: Unorthodoxically represented by the "seven heroes".

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* EmbodimentOfVice: Unorthodoxically represented by the "seven heroes".heroes."


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* KnightInSourArmor: Köinzell.


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** In a cross between PutOnABus and OutOfFocus, there is [[spoiler:Lebellond's wife]], who is never referred to or mentioned after chapter 102. The only reason the reader understands she's dead is her husband telling the girls he is raping that the one who bares his child will become his wife.
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*** Glenn can bestow this onto others as well using a catalyst known as "Gungnirtropfen", which goes either one of two ways. If the ingestor is strong of will and mind then they become more powerful and beautiful. [[spoiler:Lebelont's daughter, Supaz]] is an example of someone who was a rough LargeAndInCharge female commander is morphed into a AmazonianBeauty capable of killing a OneWingedAngel form [[spoiler:of one of her brothers]] without much effort [[spoiler:after joining Glenn]]. If they aren't capable, however, then they become monsters.
* {{Expy}}: The Szaalenden empire is obviously based on [[TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}} The Empire from Warhammer]] especially how their armies mix men with swords, dragons and flying aircraft and how 8 Elector nobles elect the new Emperor.

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*** Glenn Glen can bestow this onto others as well using a catalyst known as "Gungnirtropfen", which goes either one of two ways. If the ingestor is strong of will and mind then they become more powerful and beautiful. [[spoiler:Lebelont's daughter, Supaz]] is an example of someone who was a rough LargeAndInCharge female commander is morphed into a AmazonianBeauty capable of killing a OneWingedAngel form [[spoiler:of one of her brothers]] without much effort [[spoiler:after joining Glenn]].Glen]]. If they aren't capable, however, then they become monsters.
* {{Expy}}: The Szaalenden empire is obviously based on [[TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}} The Empire from Warhammer]] especially how their armies mix men with swords, dragons and flying aircraft and how 8 Elector nobles eight noble electors elect the new Emperor.



* {{Fanservice}}: ''Almost every girl'' involved with Koinzell. Even [[TokenMiniMoe Peepi]], [[RunningGag much to her dismay]].
* FakingTheDead: [[spoiler:Lord Glenn returns even though everybody saw him getting slain by Ascheritt. Ascheritt too, after everyone but his allies thought that he was killed by Lebelont.]]
* FatalFlaw: For the emperor, it's his unreasoning love for his son. [[spoiler: As he's dying, he basically admits that he wanted to believe Glenn so much that he managed to convince himself Ascheritt and the other Lances of Betrayal had sold them out when he ultimately should have known better.]]

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* {{Fanservice}}: ''Almost every girl'' involved with Koinzell.Köinzell. Even [[TokenMiniMoe Peepi]], [[RunningGag much to her dismay]].
* FakingTheDead: [[spoiler:Lord Glenn returns even though everybody saw him getting slain by Ascheritt. Ascheritt too, after everyone but his allies thought that he was killed by Lebelont.]]
Lebellond]].
* FatalFlaw: For the emperor, it's his unreasoning love for his son. [[spoiler: As [[spoiler:As he's dying, he basically admits that he wanted to believe Glenn Glen so much that he managed to convince himself Ascheritt and the other Lances of Betrayal had sold them out when he ultimately should have known better.]]better]].



* GoodScarsEvilScars: This is ultimately a subversion, since no particular type of scar indicates morality, although they are often interpreted this way, starting with the protagonist (his scar's are often in-universe interpreted as evil) and moving on from there. Aside from Köinzell, the best examples are Lashev, the lords of Jebr (later [[spoiler:Kevira]] gets them too), and [[spoiler:Lebellond]].
* GrandmaWhatMassiveHotnessYouHave: Gurye, Koinzell's master from his previous life. Even her students note she seems hotter once he comes back and she cheers up.

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* GoodScarsEvilScars: This is ultimately a subversion, since no particular type of scar indicates morality, although they are often interpreted this way, starting with the protagonist (his scar's scars are often in-universe interpreted as evil) and moving on from there. Aside from Köinzell, the best examples are Lashev, the lords of Jebr (later [[spoiler:Kevira]] gets them too), and [[spoiler:Lebellond]].
* GrandmaWhatMassiveHotnessYouHave: Gurye, Koinzell's master from his previous life.Ascheriit's sword master. Even her students note she seems hotter once he comes back and she cheers up.



* HeroWithBadPublicity: Koizell; played with somewhat, as while he is an AntiHero not afraid of getting his hands dirty, on the other hand more and more people realize the true nobility of his heroic deeds and how he's mostly in the right about things.
* HeroicAlbino: Played with in Koinzell, [[CaptainObvious of course]], since he's victim of the seven heroes' swords and propaganda, and given his AntiHero status, one might think he's an EvilAlbino.
** Also, fairy blood can be passed even from half fairy to another person, thus making the receiver's hair white in the process. [[spoiler:Ato is one of those receivers]].
* HeroicBSOD: Happened early in the series with Koinzel realizing [[VillainWithGoodPublicity how much control and power the Seven Heroes had in the Empire]], making him unable to touch them, and then Glenn crushed his pride even more when he tells [[BurnTheWitch the angry mob]] to ''forgive his "misplaced anger"''. [[spoiler:It takes the death of a civilian elven couple, [[FateWorseThanDeath in a very horrific way]], to make him snap back.]]
* HumiliationConga: [[spoiler:Balgay]]
* IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming: The latest volume is #10, yet there are eleven volumes published. Why? Because the first volume has the number zero. Surprisingly, there's no chapter zero.
** Makes sense, given that the first volume simply covers Koinzell's introduction, introduces various characters, and showcases the general theme for the rest of the series. Especially because it doesn't do more then lightly touch on the main story right up until TheReveal
* IronicEcho: Koinzell claims that [[spoiler: Schtemwolech cut apart his right arm during the Seven's betrayal of the Four. Guess which part of Schtemwolech's body Koinzell destroys first...]]

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** The chapters are also all named in German.
* HeroWithBadPublicity: Koizell; Köinzell; played with somewhat, as while he is an AntiHero not afraid of getting his hands dirty, on the other hand more and more people realize the true nobility of his heroic deeds and how he's mostly in the right about things.
* HeroicAlbino: Played with in Koinzell, Köinzell, [[CaptainObvious of course]], since he's victim of the seven heroes' swords and propaganda, and given his AntiHero status, one might think he's an EvilAlbino.
** Also, fairy blood can be passed even from half fairy to another person, thus making the receiver's hair temporarily white in the process. [[spoiler:Ato is one of those receivers]].
process (this happens to [[spoiler:Ato]]).
* HeroicBSOD: Happened early in the series with Koinzel Köinzell realizing [[VillainWithGoodPublicity how much control and power the Seven Heroes had in the Empire]], making him unable to touch them, and then Glenn Glen crushed his pride even more when he tells [[BurnTheWitch the angry mob]] to ''forgive his "misplaced anger"''. anger."'' [[spoiler:It takes the death of a civilian elven couple, [[FateWorseThanDeath in a very horrific way]], to make him snap back.]]
* HumiliationConga: [[spoiler:Balgay]]
[[spoiler:Lebellond]] and his children.
* IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming: The latest volume is #10, yet there are eleven volumes published. Why? Because are numbered one fewer than the total number of volumes in the series (with no side stories and the like), because the first volume has in the series is number zero. Surprisingly, there's no chapter zero.
**
Makes sense, given that the first volume simply covers Koinzell's introduction, introduces various characters, and showcases the general theme for the rest of the series. Especially because it doesn't do more then lightly touch on the main story right up until TheReveal
TheReveal.
* IronicEcho: Koinzell Köinzell claims that [[spoiler: Schtemwolech [[spoiler:Schtemwölech cut apart his right arm during the Seven's betrayal of the Four. Guess which part of Schtemwolech's Schtemwölech's body Koinzell Köinzell destroys first...]]



* IntimateHealing: [[spoiler:Koinzell's method of healing Ato is licking all of her wounds.]] Or to be more precise, [[spoiler:covering her wound with his blood, which he gets by cutting his tongue.]]
* JerkAss: Many of the villains. The rest are worse.
* LeftForDead: Koinzell, more than once.

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* IntimateHealing: [[spoiler:Koinzell's [[spoiler:Köinzell's method of healing Ato is licking all of her wounds.]] Or to be more precise, [[spoiler:covering her wound with his blood, which he gets by cutting his tongue.]]
tongue]].
* JerkAss: Many of the villains. The rest [[UpToEleven are worse.
worse.]]
* LeftForDead: Koinzell, more than once.Köinzell, ''repeatedly''. He's only angry about one of these.



* LukeIAmYourFather: More for the readers than the characters, as most of them know already long before TheReveal; [[spoiler:Glenn is the Emperor's son, and Ikfes is the son of Koinzell's old friend and fellow "Lance of Betrayal" Kfer.]]
* MercyKill: Koinzell does this a lot, much to his dismay.
* NearRapeExperience: Supaz does this to a female Empire commander, only to be stopped because of Koinzell's unit arriving.

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* LukeIAmYourFather: More for the readers than the characters, as most of them know already long before TheReveal; [[spoiler:Glenn is the Emperor's son, and Ikfes is the son of Koinzell's Köinzell's old friend and fellow "Lance of Betrayal" Betrayal," Kfer.]]
* MercyKill: Koinzell Köinzell does this a lot, much to his dismay.
* NearRapeExperience: Supaz [[spoiler:Supaz]] does this to a female Empire commander, only to be stopped because of Koinzell's Köinzell's unit arriving.



* OneManArmy: Koinzell, it's even [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] by Elsarea.
* OneWingedAngel: Many of the villains had a contract with demons (really Wischtech techno-sorcery), essentially giving them the power to change their body in a gruesome fashion. Even Koinzell can unleash this, although he can only activate his power fully under the moonlight, or by getting [[BerserkButton extremely]] [[ThisIsUnforgivable pissed off.]]

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* OneManArmy: Koinzell, Köinzell, it's even [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] by Elsarea.
* OneWingedAngel: Many of the villains had a contract with demons (really Wischtech techno-sorcery), essentially giving them the power to change their body in a gruesome fashion. Even Koinzell It has a different cause, but even Köinzell can unleash this, although he can only activate his power fully under the moonlight, or by getting [[BerserkButton extremely]] [[ThisIsUnforgivable pissed off.]]



* PutOnABus: Quite a few characters are put on a bus, usually they either have something to do (e.g. [[spoiler:Vid, Atlea, Rangsatt, and Bryant]]) or are apparently dead or fade out of the story ([[spoiler:e.g. Geranpen, Zepy, the King of the Forest, the Besieger clan, and Kevira]]). With the exception of [[spoiler:Geranpen]], during [[spoiler:the war against Glen [[TheBusCameBack they all return]] in some capacity, even ''Zepy'', although on the other side]].

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* PutOnABus: Quite a few characters are put on a bus, usually they either have something to do (e.g. [[spoiler:Vid, Atlea, Rangsatt, and Bryant]]) or are apparently dead or fade out of the story ([[spoiler:e.g. Geranpen, Zepy, the King of the Forest, Bettsegarm the Besieger clan, Undefeated, and Kevira]]). With the exception of [[spoiler:Geranpen]], during [[spoiler:the war against Glen [[TheBusCameBack they all return]] in some capacity, even ''Zepy'', although on the other side]].



** While not royals, the series has a few noble families, such as the Rahnclave family, who strongly believe in being personally involved in their work.

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** While not royals, the series has a few noble families, such as the Rahnclave family, who strongly believe in being personally involved in their work.work and encourage this attitude.
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** Oddly subverted in the case of the three {{Mooks}}, who each served under Schtemwölech and Barestar, who somehow manage to repeatedly live just when they finally appear to have been killed off, and at the point where it appears that [[spoiler:they will do so until the end of the series, they are KilledOffForReal]].
* RealityEnsues: What happens when the emperor gathers together the traditional fellowship of fourteen heroes and sends them on a mission to help defeat TheEmpire? [[spoiler: Only half of them are up to it, and it all ends up horribly when the traitors murder what's left of the real heroes and take all the credit for saving the country.]]

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** Oddly subverted in the case of the three {{Mooks}}, (Lashev, Vargue, and Polevik) who each served under Schtemwölech and Barestar, who somehow manage to repeatedly live just when they finally appear to have been killed off, and at the point where it appears that [[spoiler:they will do so until the end of the series, they are KilledOffForReal]].
KilledOffForReal in chapter 152]].
* RealityEnsues: What happens when the emperor gathers together the traditional fellowship of fourteen heroes and sends them on a mission to help defeat TheEmpire? [[spoiler: Only half of them are up to it, and it all ends up horribly when the traitors murder what's left of the real heroes and take all the credit for saving the country.]]country]].
** This trope also appears in less substantial ways.



* RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething: When the war with his son gets too out of hand, the Emperor personally picks up a sword and goes to war.

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* RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething: When Ato's whole family appears to be in favour of this, even the ones who are not fighters. Then there's the more notable example of what the Emperor used to be like, which is placed in sharp contrast to what happens when [[spoiler:Glen is killed]]. [[spoiler:He gets better eventually and when the war with his son gets too out of hand, heats up, the Emperor Emperor]] personally picks up a sword and goes to war.the front lines.
** While not royals, the series has a few noble families, such as the Rahnclave family, who strongly believe in being personally involved in their work.



* UnresolvedSexualTension: Between Köinzell and Ato. Also, there are some hints of this between [[spoiler:Ifkes and Kevira]]. Elsarea's feelings of admiration for Köinzell can also be interpreted this way.

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* UnresolvedSexualTension: Between Köinzell and Ato. Also, there are some hints of this between [[spoiler:Ifkes and Kevira]]. Elsarea's feelings of admiration for Köinzell can also likewise be interpreted this way.
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