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11th Feb '18 4:45:16 PM makusan
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* DoesNotLikeMen: Akane has this traight early on in the series, but it's closer to "does not like BOYS." As in, the horndogs that leer at her everyday at school, who just want to get into her panties. She has no problem ''[[SingleWomanSeeksGoodMan with men]]'', however, so long as they're kind and considerate like Dr. Tōfū (whom she secretly nursed a crush on, at the beginning of the series). Once she stops getting attacked daily by boys out to date her, she loses this attitude.

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* DoesNotLikeMen: Akane has this traight trait early on in the series, but it's closer to "does not like BOYS." As in, the horndogs that leer at her everyday at school, who just want to get into her panties. She has no problem ''[[SingleWomanSeeksGoodMan with men]]'', however, so long as they're kind and considerate like Dr. Tōfū (whom she secretly nursed a crush on, at the beginning of the series). Once she stops getting attacked daily by boys out to date her, she loses this attitude.
6th Feb '18 3:33:57 PM sorako
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* AdaptationalJerkass: An [[Administrivia/DoWeHaveThisOne odd]] case; Akane's personality and actions are translated relatively faithfully, but ''Ranma'' is very much an AdaptationalNiceGuy, thus making her the codification of {{Tsundere}} in comparison.
** Firstly, the anime makes Akane seem more impulsively violent in general, with Ranma getting far less of the manga's moments of mocking, teasing or otherwise doing nasty things.
** Secondly, ''translation'' makes Akane out to be more of a bad guy; in the original Japanese language version, Ranma is apparently far more perverse and malicious in the things he says, making the repeated beatdowns she gives him no different from [[Manga/InuYasha Sango]] regularly bashing Miroku over the head with her giant boomerang for his constant perversions.
** That said, the trope is also Zigzagged, in that anime Akane actually loses some of the more extreme jerkass moments of her manga counterpart.

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* AdaptationalJerkass: An [[Administrivia/DoWeHaveThisOne odd]] case; case in the anime; Akane's personality and actions are translated relatively faithfully, but ''Ranma'' is very much an AdaptationalNiceGuy, thus making her the codification of {{Tsundere}} in comparison.
** Firstly, the
comparison. The anime makes Akane seem more impulsively violent in general, with Ranma getting far less of the manga's moments of mocking, teasing or otherwise doing nasty things.
things. That said, the trope is also Zigzagged, in that anime Akane actually loses some of the more extreme jerkass moments of her manga counterpart.
** Secondly, Similarly, ''translation'' makes Akane out to be more of a bad guy; in the original Japanese language version, Ranma is apparently far more perverse and malicious in the things he says, making the repeated beatdowns she gives him no different from [[Manga/InuYasha Sango]] regularly bashing Miroku over the head with her giant boomerang for his constant perversions.
** That said, the trope is also Zigzagged, in that anime Akane actually loses some of the more extreme jerkass moments of her manga counterpart.
perversions.


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* TheObstructiveLoveInterest: She can be this in several occasions, more apparently in the anime. Akane tends to misunderstand Ranma's actions, jump into wrong conclusions and punish him without giving the chance to explain himself. However, Ranma also doesn't give her much of a reason to try and listen to him.
22nd Jan '18 9:04:34 PM DaScarecrow
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** Ranma was once able to fool Ryoga into thinking that his female form was actually Ryoga's baby sister. Ryoga was doubtful at first but upon thinking over his NoSenseOfDirection declared it perfectly reasonable as just having missed it due to absence. (To be fair to Ryoga this wasn't too much of a stretch for him because the family dog had puppies without his knowing before he found out from a news broadcast and his parents also have the same NoSenseOfDirection so they rarely meet but it's still one for the record books on him actually believing it.)
22nd Jan '18 8:51:03 PM DaScarecrow
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* JerkassHasAPoint: She might have a HairTriggerTemper where Ranma is concerned and rarely if ever bothers hearing him out instead of just jumping to conclusions but she isn't wrong in losing her temper with him a lot of the time. Ranma has his good points but he's also very insensitive towards Akane and has a bad habit of throwing insults at her, especially ones that he knows are going to be a BerserkButton.
3rd Jan '18 9:10:40 AM mangamanic
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* DepravedDwarf: A shameless panty stealing pervert who barely comes up to your knees. While normally his size could simply be from shrinking with age like Cologne instead of being a dwarf, a flashback reveals that yes, he was exactly as short as a teenager as he is now.
3rd Jan '18 8:55:36 AM mangamanic
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* SelfServingMemory: When remembering his youth, he portrays himself as a tall, handsome and chivelrous Bishonen who Cologne threw herself at. Cologne however reveals the truth, that he was 'always' a short, ugly little pervert.
22nd Dec '17 1:14:51 PM WanderingBrowser
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* NeverLiveItDown: Quite a few things, actually.
** The Cat-fu/Freestyle Cat Fist training is one of the series most infamous moments of BlackComedy, and lives on in infamy; in the eyes of most fans, that's when Genma went from a mere loudmouth BunglingDad to an outright [[AbusiveParents abusive dad]].
** Agreeing to engage Ranma to Ukyo for her dowry, then stealing it. Combined with an anime InNameOnly adaptation of the Martial Arts Takeout race where he is revealed to have offered Ranma's hand in marriage for personal gain on at least two other occasions, and the Picolet Chardin introductory arc, and everyone presumes Genma has sold Ranma's hand to a ''lot'' of people.
** The "Genma Gets Weak" story is more or less the foundation for the idea that Genma was constantly stealing Ranma's food in their training in fanon. It's also been latched onto by the "Genma's an abusive dad" fans, for Ranma's gleeful pursuit of revenge once he realizes Genma is weaker than he is now and for how Genma's "anti-Ranma move" is basically freaking Ranma out by hugging him.
** The manga has the infamous scene where Genma ''attacks his wife'' to steal a cheap family heirloom to pawn for some money.
21st Dec '17 7:39:18 AM Kalaong
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** Secondly, ''translation'' makes Akane out to be more of a bad guy; in the original Japanese language version, Ranma is apparently far more perverse and malicious in the things he says, making the repeated beatdowns she gives him no different from [[Manga/InuYasha Sango]] regularly bashing Miroku over the head with her giant boomerang for constantly trying to seduce other women.

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** Secondly, ''translation'' makes Akane out to be more of a bad guy; in the original Japanese language version, Ranma is apparently far more perverse and malicious in the things he says, making the repeated beatdowns she gives him no different from [[Manga/InuYasha Sango]] regularly bashing Miroku over the head with her giant boomerang for constantly trying to seduce other women.his constant perversions.
10th Dec '17 6:18:48 PM sorako
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* AdaptationalHeroism: Sort of; in the anime she's still a greedy, manipulative scam artist, but she's also more likely to help Ranma and Akane, and give them [[BrutalHonesty honest]] advice when they really need it, and on rare occasions she'll do it free of charge.

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* AdaptationalHeroism: AdaptationalNiceGuy: Sort of; in the anime she's still a greedy, manipulative scam artist, but she's also more likely to help Ranma and Akane, and give them [[BrutalHonesty honest]] advice when they really need it, and on rare occasions she'll do it free of charge.



* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: She does care about her relationship with her sisters (though she isn't above exploiting Akane's popularity with boys for money) and she does miss her mother dearly.



** She does care about her relationship with her sisters (though she isn't above exploiting Akane's popularity with boys for money) and she does miss her mother dearly.



* NoSenseOfDirection: He is practically the TropeCodifier.
** The guy once gets lost ''in Shampoo's house'' because he can't find the door. It's implied that he was lost for a whole day in there, or at least asked Shampoo for directions enough times to get her annoyed (about a dozen times, the sub reveals).
** Taken a step further in Episode 54 of the Anime, when in the middle of a fight, his opponent tells him to look down. While the trick is successful and results in Ryōga getting hit, ''he looks up when told to look down''.
** Again even further in the 3-legged race where he was partnered with Ukyo. Once the race began, it was revealed they had gotten trampled by everyone else, due to Ryoga running the ''opposite direction''. Lampshaded by Ukyo.
--> '''Ukyo:''' Who the hell could run the wrong way at the ''starting line''!?
** And again in the go-kart anime episode. It was a simple one road track, and Ryoga somehow winds up in the announcer's box.
** Also exacerbated by Ryōga's superhuman toughness and strength. That is, if you tell him to go straight, he can and will plow straight through walls to do so.
** Once, he tries to go to Hokkaido. He ends up in ''Okinawa''. They're basically at opposite ends of the archipelago.
** And his crowning achievement: in the final story arc, when given access to a pole weapon that doubles as a single-wheel vehicle, he manages to get from a Chinese mountain range near the Tibet border all the way to ''Moscow'' (and back, within the same day).
** However, in the first battle with Pantyhose Tarō, with the help of Mousse, he manages to go to the right location... ''[[InsaneTrollLogic WHEN THE NEARSIGHTED MOUSSE TELLS HIM TO GO THE WRONG WAY]]''.
** Fanfics have a tendency to have him cross universes into other shows using his lack of direction sense.

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* NoSenseOfDirection: He is practically the TropeCodifier.
** The guy once gets lost ''in Shampoo's house''
TropeCodifier. He seems to always either take the wrong direction (when given the choice between three roads, one of which he's told is right and one of which he's told is wrong, he takes the third road), or take directions too literally (when told to go "straight down the road" to the Seikan Tunnel from Hokkaido, he did just that despite the fact the road curved and his route caused him to leap off of the road). His absurd levels of stamina, which lets him run at top speed for literally hours or even days without stopping, as well as being able to plough right through everything in his path, makes this worse as he can cover distances far sooner than direction-givers might expect and, particularly after learning the Breaking Point, there's literally nothing that can force him to change directions. He's ''so'' predictably late that everyone schedules their meetings with him a week early to allow for a week of him finding his way. A big part of his backstory is that he missed a fight with Ranma because he can't find the door. It's implied that he was got lost for a whole day in there, or at least asked Shampoo for directions enough times to get her annoyed (about a dozen times, three days, despite the sub reveals).
** Taken a step further in Episode 54 of the Anime, when in the middle of a fight, his opponent tells him to look down. While the trick is successful and results in Ryōga getting hit, ''he looks up when told to look down''.
** Again even further in the 3-legged race where he was partnered with Ukyo. Once the race began, it was revealed
place they had gotten trampled by everyone else, due were supposed to Ryoga running the ''opposite direction''. Lampshaded by Ukyo.
--> '''Ukyo:''' Who the hell could run the wrong way at the ''starting line''!?
** And again in the go-kart anime episode. It
meet was a simple one road track, and Ryoga somehow winds up in the announcer's box.
** Also exacerbated by
''behind Ryōga's superhuman toughness and strength. That is, if you tell him to go straight, he can and will plow straight through walls to do so.
** Once, he tries to go to Hokkaido. He ends up in ''Okinawa''. They're basically at opposite ends of the archipelago.
** And his crowning achievement: in the final story arc, when given access to a pole weapon that doubles as a single-wheel vehicle, he manages to get from a Chinese mountain range near the Tibet border all the way to ''Moscow'' (and back, within the same day).
** However, in the first battle with Pantyhose Tarō, with the help of Mousse, he manages to go to the right location... ''[[InsaneTrollLogic WHEN THE NEARSIGHTED MOUSSE TELLS HIM TO GO THE WRONG WAY]]''.
** Fanfics have a tendency to have him cross universes into other shows using his lack of direction sense.
house''.
10th Dec '17 1:58:59 PM nombretomado
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* AdaptationalJerkass: An [[DoWeHaveThisOne odd]] case; Akane's personality and actions are translated relatively faithfully, but ''Ranma'' is very much an AdaptationalNiceGuy, thus making her the codification of {{Tsundere}} in comparison.

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* AdaptationalJerkass: An [[DoWeHaveThisOne [[Administrivia/DoWeHaveThisOne odd]] case; Akane's personality and actions are translated relatively faithfully, but ''Ranma'' is very much an AdaptationalNiceGuy, thus making her the codification of {{Tsundere}} in comparison.
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