History VerbalTic / AnimeAndManga

10th Dec '16 7:47:19 PM StandUser
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** [[spoiler:Her nearly identical older sister]] Frenda has a similar quirk when she speaks, often starting sentences with "basically" or "in the end", depending on the translation.
22nd Nov '16 5:04:03 PM mightystar
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** USApyon ends his sentences with "da nii".

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** USApyon [=USA=]pyon ends his sentences with "da nii".



** Merori ends her sentences with "na no".

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** Merori Melori ends her sentences with "na no".
18th Nov '16 1:23:28 AM Viira
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* Paya-tan, the "heroine's" animal mascot in ''Anime/DaiMahouTouge'', ends his sentences with "-paya!" except when in [[BadAss Jouji Nakata]] mode.

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* Paya-tan, the "heroine's" animal mascot in ''Anime/DaiMahouTouge'', ends his sentences with "-paya!" except when in [[BadAss Jouji Nakata]] Nakata mode.
15th Oct '16 6:57:52 PM WitchettyMan
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** The latter also has a "desu" user, the angel Sabato Mihashigo.
15th Oct '16 6:19:03 PM JPO398
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* The manga adaptation for VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime has the Gorons (Darunia being the exception) ending most sentences with "goro." The Zoras have a similar tic in that they end their sentences with "zora." This is not present in the game.
29th Sep '16 3:45:51 PM mightystar
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* In ''Anime/{{Hamtaro}}'', the hamsters say "no da", "dechuwa" or "nanno"

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* In ''Anime/{{Hamtaro}}'', the hamsters say title character ends his sentences with "no da", "dechuwa" or "nanno"da".
** Bijou ends her sentences with "dechu wa"



** In the English version he uses the word bear, playing on the fact that he is a teddy bear. He has also been known to make bear related puns one refering to something as [[{{Incredibly lame pun}} Un-bear-able]]

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** In the English version he uses the word bear, playing on the fact that he is a teddy bear. He has also been known to make bear related puns one refering referring to something as [[{{Incredibly lame pun}} Un-bear-able]]


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* Some of the Cocotamas in ''Kamisama Minarai: Himitsu no Cocotama'' have verbal tics.
** Merori ends her sentences with "na no".
** Geracho ends his sentences with "da cho".
** Mogutan ends his sentences with "da guu".
* Mamitasu from ''Omakase! Miracle Cat-dan'' ends his sentences with "no na".
* The title character of ''Anime/CrayonShinChan'' tends to end his sentences with "zo" or "da zo".
* Yamanobushi from ''Hana Kappa'' ends his sentences with "da moo" or "de gowasu".
18th Sep '16 7:03:56 PM mightystar
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* ''Anime/{{Ojarumaru}}'' has too many characters with a verbal tic. Just to name a few, Ojarumaru ends his sentences with "de ojaru" (an archaic polite copula), "ka no", "nou", "ja", "ja no", "no ja", or "tetamo" (an archaic version of "kudasai" used by Heian era aristocrats). He got all of these tics from his father. Denbo ends most of his sentences with "masu" or "de gozaimasu", Aobee says "de gonsu" (an archaic polite copula), and Kisuke says "pii". Princess Okame sometimes, but not always ends her sentences with "de gozaimasuru" or "tetamore".

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* ''Anime/{{Ojarumaru}}'' has too many characters with a verbal tic. Just to name a few, some, Ojarumaru ends his sentences with "de ojaru" (an archaic polite copula), "ka no", "nou", "ja", "ja no", "no ja", or "tetamo" (an archaic version of "kudasai" used by Heian era aristocrats). He got all of these tics from His father ends his father. sentences with the aforementioned tics. Denbo ends most of his sentences with "masu" or "de gozaimasu", Aobee says has "de gonsu" (an archaic polite copula), and Kisuke says "pii".has "ppii" (the Japanese onomatopoeia of a chick chirping). Princess Okame sometimes, but not always ends her sentences with "de gozaimasuru" or "tetamore".



** Mister Kaneari tends to end his sentences with "zamasu", which is translated in the Crunchyroll subs as "indeed".



* Jibanyan from ''Anime/YokaiWatch'' ends his sentences with "-nyan". In the English version, this is changed to him replacing almost every "n" sound with "nya".

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* Jibanyan from ''Anime/YokaiWatch'' ends his sentences with "-nyan". In the English American version, this is changed to him replacing almost every "n" sound with "nya"."nya".
** Happierre ends his sentences with "bono". The American version gives him a French accent instead.
** Dismarelda ends her sentences with "juban", which is dropped in the American version.
** Komasan and Komajiro end their sentences with "zura". The American version gives them southern accents instead.
** Cadin ends his sentences with "min" (the Japanese onomatopoeia of a cicada making noise), which is dropped in the American version.
** Shogunyan ends his sentences with "de gozaru", which is also dropped in American version.
** USApyon ends his sentences with "da nii".
24th Aug '16 3:24:06 PM Totema
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** Shigekiyo Yangu, a secondary character from ''Diamond is Unbreakable'', has a tendency to say "Shi shi shi" in between sentences - which brings this trope oddly close to PokemonSpeak.
15th Jul '16 9:25:54 AM shonengirl
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** [[Anime/PokemonGiratinaAndTheSkyWarrior In the eleventh Pokémon movie]], Shaymin (in the Japanese version) ends sentences with the verbal tic of "deshou".
** When the female player character from ''[[VideoGame/PokemonGoldAndSilver Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver]]'' (Kotone) appeared, she added "koto ne?" at the end of her sentences.

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** [[Anime/PokemonGiratinaAndTheSkyWarrior In the eleventh Pokémon movie]], Shaymin (in the Japanese version) ends sentences with the verbal tic of "deshou".
"deshu".
** When the female player character from ''[[VideoGame/PokemonGoldAndSilver Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver]]'' (Kotone) appeared, she added "koto ne?" at the end of her sentences. This is a pun on her name... Kotone (Lyra in English). Subtle.
30th Apr '16 7:07:20 AM EDP
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** Michiru tends to start a conversation with "Ara", but only whenever she feels like {{Troll}}ing someone.
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