History Videogame / GalaxyAngel

8th Feb '16 12:56:06 PM MartialArtsMaster
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* BaitAndSwitch: In the third game, Eternal Lovers, [[spoiler:Noah reports that both Lushati and Wein have stolen GA-007 and the Chrono Break Cannon, which briefly will make the player think that both Lushati and Wein are evil, and our heroes have to prepare themselves to confront both siblings of EDEN. Actually, only Wein is evil; Lushati is being brainwashed and is an innocent pawn.]]

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* BaitAndSwitch: BaitAndSwitch:
** In the second game, Moonlit Lovers, it actually isn't very long before you manage to beat Rezom, the leader of the "remnants" that have been causing problems. This occurs not long after the Angel Wing reunites, so this seems rather early for the final battle. [[spoiler:It's not the final battle, as Nefuria reveals herself to be the true villain.]]
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In the third game, Eternal Lovers, [[spoiler:Noah reports that both Lushati and Wein have stolen GA-007 and the Chrono Break Cannon, which briefly will make the player think that both Lushati and Wein are evil, and our heroes have to prepare themselves to confront both siblings of EDEN. Actually, only Wein is evil; Lushati is being brainwashed and is an innocent pawn.]]
8th Feb '16 12:47:59 PM MartialArtsMaster
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* LovingAShadow: In Eternal Lovers, [[spoiler:Chitose on her route, as she subconsciously transfers all of her romantic feelings about Tact over to Lester, the latter more closely matching her image of the ideal soldier.]]
8th Feb '16 12:37:18 PM MartialArtsMaster
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* BaitAndSwitch: In the third game, Eternal Lovers, [[spoiler:Noah reports that both Lushati and Wein have stolen GA-007 and the Chrono Break Cannon, which briefly will make the player think that both Lushati and Wein are evil, and our heroes have to prepare themselves to confront both siblings of EDEN. Actually, only Wein is evil; Lushati is being brainwashed and is an innocent pawn.]]
8th Feb '16 12:31:53 PM MartialArtsMaster
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* DifficultySpike: Moonlit Lovers and Eternal Lovers are significantly more challenging than the first game. First of all, in Moonlit Lovers, you don't start out with all the Emblem Frames regardless of whose route you're playing, so the first few battles are difficult since you aren't controlling many ships. Second, since Moonlit Lovers is where Tact and his chosen Angel start having problems, sometimes your chosen Angel's efficiency will take a dive due to her being distracted, so you have to fight with a nerfed "team ace". Also, for plot reasons, in Moonlit Lovers' final battle you have to fight ''without'' your chosen Angel entirely. And in Eternal Lovers, there are a couple of battles where you have to fight with your chosen Angel put out of commission and one battle where you start with ''half of the Elsior's health'', and even in a couple of battles with your chosen Angel, she's too distracted to fight properly thanks to problems between Tact and his chosen Angel.
8th Feb '16 12:26:04 PM MartialArtsMaster
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* {{Foreshadowing}}: In the first game, when recommending that Tact take an Angel to the dance on Rhome, Luft says, "Who will your last dance be with...it may seem minor, but it could affect your entire future". As it turns out, it ''does'' affect Tact's entire future: the Angel he invites to the dance also becomes his girlfriend in the first trilogy and eventually his ''wife'' in the second trilogy (and even getting the normal ending in the first game still foreshadows Tact's entire future--because that's what leads to him becoming romantically involved with Chitose).
31st Jan '16 7:59:40 AM Foton
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%%* MightyGlacier: Forte's Emblem Frame, the "Happy Trigger".

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%%* * MightyGlacier: Forte's Emblem Frame, the "Happy Trigger".Trigger". In the original trilogy, Happy Trigger possesses the highest firepower and second best defense out of all available Emblem Frames. Correspondingly, it is also the slowest. Great for destroying heavily armored opponents, not good when pursuing fleeing ones.
14th Dec '15 2:23:55 PM Discar
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* ThePresidentsDaughter ([[spoiler: Shiva, who is the secret daughter of Moon Goddess Shatoyarn and Emperor Gerard Transbaal. Her safety is the Angel Troupe and Tact's first priority]]).
30th Nov '15 9:40:00 AM HighCrate
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* MightyGlacier: Forte's Emblem Frame, the "Happy Trigger".

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* %%* MightyGlacier: Forte's Emblem Frame, the "Happy Trigger".
6th Jun '15 1:53:27 PM StFan
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Also see ''Anime/GalaxyAngel'' and ''GalaxyAngelRune''; though all of the characters have either been removed or exaggerated and the plot is completely gone, a few tropes are still shared.

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Also see ''Anime/GalaxyAngel'' and ''GalaxyAngelRune''; ''Anime/GalaxyAngelRune''; though all of the characters have either been removed or exaggerated and the plot is completely gone, a few tropes are still shared.
6th Jun '15 1:45:00 PM StFan
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''Chrono Break Cannon, fire!''

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->''Chrono
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See the [[Characters/GalaxyAngel character sheet]], and would you mind editing it? It desperately needs fans of the series to give it some love.

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See the [[Characters/GalaxyAngel character sheet]], Also see ''Anime/GalaxyAngel'' and would you mind editing it? It desperately needs fans ''GalaxyAngelRune''; though all of the series to give it some love.
characters have either been removed or exaggerated and the plot is completely gone, a few tropes are still shared.



!!This series provides examples of:

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!!This series provides examples of:
!!Tropes:

* AbusivePrecursors: Perhaps. The Black Moon is either an evil factory of destruction or a corrupted factory of destruction, the White Moon is therefore either it's counterpart or its opposite. This makes whomever built it either the AbusivePrecursors trope or the NeglectfulPrecursors trope. This is later subverted in the second game by Noah when you learn that [[spoiler:the proper purpose of the twin moons ''combined'' is as a deterrent against the Val-Fask]].
* AccidentalKiss: Between Tact and [[spoiler:Ranpha in the storeroom through the magic of Zero-G.]]



* AlasPoorVillain: Eonia, in the manga. Despite all the terrible things he did, the page that depicts his last moments makes the readers feel bad for him. Sherry and the Hell Hounds' final moments also count.

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* AlasPoorVillain: AdaptationDecay: The anime was a parody of this concept.
* AIIsACrapshoot: [[spoiler: The Black Moon.]]
* AlasPoorVillain:
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Eonia, in the manga. Despite all the terrible things he did, the page that depicts his last moments makes the readers feel bad for him. Sherry and the Hell Hounds' final moments also count.



* AMillionIsAStatistic: Played straight in the first game. The opening movie shows Eonia's army bombarding the surface of Planet Transbaal. And later [[spoiler: we have the Black Moon blasting Satellite City Fargo and Planet Rhome.]] Both scenes depict the destruction from orbit in a very detailed way, to the point even the good guys comment they cannot estimate the numbers.
** To her credit, though, Milfie is pretty freaked out by all the death occurring around her in the opening movie, and a small subcurrent of her plotline involves dealing with the staggering amount of suffering she's seen. (Ultimately, though, [[LighterAndSofter the game's a fair bit too light-hearted to really pursue the idea in detail]].) [[spoiler:After Rhome is devastated, ''all'' of the pilots will have some "cockpit chat" about what happened and how they're trying to cope mentally in various ways.]]
* AMindIsATerribleThingToRead: Mint suffers from this, in multiple ways. Her ability to read minds caused her problems when growing up since she could see people's true intentions, and her ''father's'' mind-reading abilities caused problems when her father would read what Mint wanted but not ''why'' she wanted it. In Moonlit Lovers, she relies on her mind-reading so much that when it starts to fail, it puts a serious strain in her relationship with Tact. Finally, [[spoiler:in Eternal Lovers, after Mint suffers a head injury because Tact had to shoot down her malfunctioning Trick Master, her telepathic powers malfunction and broadcast her thoughts to everyone else.]]
* AChildShallLeadThem: Shiva Transbaal becomes emperor at the age of ten.
* AbusivePrecursors: Perhaps. The Black Moon is either an evil factory of destruction or a corrupted factory of destruction, the White Moon is therefore either it's counterpart or its opposite. This makes whomever built it either the AbusivePrecursors trope or the NeglectfulPrecursors trope. This is later subverted in the second game by Noah when you learn that [[spoiler:the proper purpose of the twin moons ''combined'' is as a deterrent against the Val-Fask]].
* AccidentalKiss: Between Tact and [[spoiler:Ranpha in the storeroom through the magic of Zero-G.]]
* AdaptationDecay: The anime was a parody of this concept.
* AIIsACrapshoot: [[spoiler: The Black Moon.]]
* AllGirlsWantBadBoys: Subverted with Milfeulle who reacts to [[StalkerWithACrush Camus's]] advances with complete dislike or utter fear depending on the medium. On the other hand, Ranpha has traces of this in both the game and manga. In the game, however, it is possible for Ranpha to fall in love with compassionate and noble Tact Mayers, subverting the trope even further.



* AllGirlsWantBadBoys: Subverted with Milfeulle who reacts to [[StalkerWithACrush Camus's]] advances with complete dislike or utter fear depending on the medium. On the other hand, Ranpha has traces of this in both the game and manga. In the game, however, it is possible for Ranpha to fall in love with compassionate and noble Tact Mayers, subverting the trope even further.



* [[AscendedFanboy Ascended Fangirl]]: Chitose at the beginning of the Second Game.

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* [[AscendedFanboy Ascended Fangirl]]: AscendedFangirl: Chitose at the beginning of the Second Game. Game.
* AttackAttackAttack:
** For all of Tact's informed tactical prowess, this is essentially what your strategy turns into. All supposed "strategizing" usually ends up being "destroy all enemies" or "destroy X". That being said, only the very first GA game suffers from this, mostly because it was a new entry; subsequent ones do throw a couple of curveballs here and there to spice things up.
** Of note from the second game onward is that designated "target" ships are often very, very strong (Rezom's flagship for example, he might be an IneffectualSympatheticVillain, but his ship packs a ''hefty'' punch). You are usually limited to two ships in early game and as such, there were quite a bit of strategizing involved insofar you don't want to accidentally send your Angels into an early retirement by rushing headlong into battle. Another quirk is "enemy reinforcements"; Eternal Lovers in particular is rather fond of dropping enemy reinforcements right beside the Elsior's spawn point.
** Trope subversions and aversions become more common as the franchise progresses. One example of note is a battle mid-way through the third game where not only is Tact's girlfriend (and therefore strongest Angel in battle) out of commission, but the Elsior is at half health and must escape the battlefield. If you simply attack every ship in sight without carefully choosing which ships to attack and when, you can end up losing the battle very quickly. It doesn't help that some enemies in that level are [[DegradedBoss the previous stage's boss]].



%% [[ZeroContextExamples NEED CONTEXT]]* AvengersAssemble
* AttackAttackAttack: For all of Tact's informed tactical prowess, this is essentially what your strategy turns into. All supposed "strategizing" usually ends up being "destroy all enemies" or "destroy X". That being said, only the very first GA game suffers from this, mostly because it was a new entry; subsequent ones do throw a couple of curveballs here and there to spice things up.
** Of note from the second game onward is that designated "target" ships are often very, very strong (Rezom's flagship for example, he might be an IneffectualSympatheticVillain, but his ship packs a ''hefty'' punch). You are usually limited to two ships in early game and as such, there were quite a bit of strategizing involved insofar you don't want to accidentally send your Angels into an early retirement by rushing headlong into battle. Another quirk is "enemy reinforcements"; Eternal Lovers in particular is rather fond of dropping enemy reinforcements right beside the Elsior's spawn point.
** Trope subversions and aversions become more common as the franchise progresses. One example of note is a battle mid-way through the third game where not only is Tact's girlfriend (and therefore strongest Angel in battle) out of commission, but the Elsior is at half health and must escape the battlefield. If you simply attack every ship in sight without carefully choosing which ships to attack and when, you can end up losing the battle very quickly. It doesn't help that some enemies in that level are [[DegradedBoss the previous stage's boss]].
* TheBattlestar: The Elsior and Luxiole mostly serve as carriers for the Emblem Frames, but are pretty capable combatants in their own right.
** The Elsior in the manga however, was nothing more than a parade ship; its only "weapon" was a fireworks launcher.

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%% [[ZeroContextExamples NEED CONTEXT]]* AvengersAssemble
* AttackAttackAttack: For all of Tact's informed tactical prowess, this is essentially what your strategy turns into. All supposed "strategizing" usually ends up being "destroy all enemies" or "destroy X". That being said, only the very first GA game suffers from this, mostly because it was a new entry; subsequent ones do throw a couple of curveballs here and there to spice things up.
** Of note from the second game onward is that designated "target" ships are often very, very strong (Rezom's flagship for example, he might be an IneffectualSympatheticVillain, but his ship packs a ''hefty'' punch). You are usually limited to two ships in early game and as such, there were quite a bit of strategizing involved insofar you don't want to accidentally send your Angels into an early retirement by rushing headlong into battle. Another quirk is "enemy reinforcements"; Eternal Lovers in particular is rather fond of dropping enemy reinforcements right beside the Elsior's spawn point.
** Trope subversions and aversions become more common as the franchise progresses. One example of note is a battle mid-way through the third game where not only is Tact's girlfriend (and therefore strongest Angel in battle) out of commission, but the Elsior is at half health and must escape the battlefield. If you simply attack every ship in sight without carefully choosing which ships to attack and when, you can end up losing the battle very quickly. It doesn't help that some enemies in that level are [[DegradedBoss the previous stage's boss]].
* TheBattlestar: The Elsior and Luxiole mostly serve as carriers for the Emblem Frames, but are pretty capable combatants in their own right.
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right. The Elsior in the manga however, was nothing more than a parade ship; its only "weapon" was a fireworks launcher.



* {{BFG}}: Milfeulle's Lucky Star has one equipped and firing it off is her LimitBreak. Apricot's Cross Caliber has two smaller ones that are used in unison for ''her'' LimitBreak. The large railguns on Forte's Happy Trigger and sniper cannons on both Chitose's Sharpshooter and Lily's Eagle Gazer also count.

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* {{BFG}}: {{BFG}}:
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Milfeulle's Lucky Star has one equipped and firing it off is her LimitBreak. Apricot's Cross Caliber has two smaller ones that are used in unison for ''her'' LimitBreak. The large railguns on Forte's Happy Trigger and sniper cannons on both Chitose's Sharpshooter and Lily's Eagle Gazer also count.



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* CallARabbitASmeerp: Space Rabbits, [[SpaceWhale Space Whales]], Space Roses, ''Space Roe'', ''Space Salmon''...

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* CallARabbitASmeerp: Space Rabbits, [[SpaceWhale Space Whales]], {{Space Whale}}s, Space Roses, ''Space Roe'', ''Space Salmon''...



%% [[ZeroContextExamples NEED CONTEXT]]* CherryBlossoms

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%% [[ZeroContextExamples NEED CONTEXT]]* CherryBlossoms* AChildShallLeadThem: Shiva Transbaal becomes emperor at the age of ten.



%% [[ZeroContextExamples NEED CONTEXT]]* CriticalExistenceFailure



*** In fact, the only failure he had was his master plan: [[spoiler: ''stealing the entire White Moon itself'', using Lushati's innate access rights embedded in her DNA]]. God knows what would happen had he succeeded, and him taking the Chrono Break Cannon was simply, in his own words, "an acceptable substitute".

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*** ** In fact, the only failure he had was his master plan: [[spoiler: ''stealing the entire White Moon itself'', using Lushati's innate access rights embedded in her DNA]]. God knows what would happen had he succeeded, and him taking the Chrono Break Cannon was simply, in his own words, "an acceptable substitute".



* DefrostingIceQueen: Ranpha plays this to its greatest degree in her dealings with Tact, not trusting him at all and chewing him out for perceived slights in their initial encounters, but being the most lovestruck of the girls in the continuity where Tact pursues a relationship with her.

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* DefrostingIceQueen: DefrostingIceQueen:
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Ranpha plays this to its greatest degree in her dealings with Tact, not trusting him at all and chewing him out for perceived slights in their initial encounters, but being the most lovestruck of the girls in the continuity where Tact pursues a relationship with her.



* TheEvilPrince (Eonia Transbaal was exiled five years before the start of the first GA.)



* {{Feelies}}
* [[TheFightingNarcissist The Piloting Narcissist]]: Who else but Camus?

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* {{Feelies}}
* [[TheFightingNarcissist The
TheFightingNarcissist: Camus is a Piloting Narcissist]]: Who else but Camus?Narcissist.



* GoodColorsEvilColors: Where do we start? The Transbaal Military uniform is composed of White and Black in equal amounts as well as a bit of Gold. The Angels, [[CustomUniform in particular]], got one extra color each: Pink for Milfeulle, Cheery Red for Ranpha, Blue for Mint, Natural Green for Vanilla and Purple for Forte (this one is a surbversion since Forte is certainly not evil but rather more mature). Takuto, as the commander, also gets some Blue and Cheery Red. Finally, their battleships are mostly White with some Blue, Gold and Natural Greens. The White Moon is mostly [[CaptainObvious White]] with some Gold and the Angel Frames reflect their pilot's colors.
** As for the bad guys, there's Eonia and Sherry whom dress in Black and Purple. The Hell Hounds get Black, Bloody Red, Unnatural Green, Purple, Silver and Dark Blue. All of their ships are Black with Bloody Red or Purple. And finally, there's the Black Moon which is mostly Black with some Bloody Red. [[spoiler:And really finally, there are the Val-Fasc, who use varying shades of Unearthly Purple & Violet and explode ''green''. Even their hair and skin is varying purple/violet shades, usually very pale in their skin.]]

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* GoodColorsEvilColors: Where do we start? The Transbaal Military uniform is composed of White and Black in equal amounts as well as a bit of Gold. The Angels, [[CustomUniform in particular]], got one extra color each: Pink for Milfeulle, Cheery Red for Ranpha, Blue for Mint, Natural Green for Vanilla and Purple for Forte (this one is a surbversion since Forte is certainly not evil but rather more mature). Takuto, as the commander, also gets some Blue and Cheery Red. Finally, their battleships are mostly White with some Blue, Gold and Natural Greens. The White Moon is mostly [[CaptainObvious White]] with some Gold and the Angel Frames reflect their pilot's colors.
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colors. As for the bad guys, there's Eonia and Sherry whom dress in Black and Purple. The Hell Hounds get Black, Bloody Red, Unnatural Green, Purple, Silver and Dark Blue. All of their ships are Black with Bloody Red or Purple. And finally, there's the Black Moon which is mostly Black with some Bloody Red. [[spoiler:And really finally, there are the Val-Fasc, who use varying shades of Unearthly Purple & Violet and explode ''green''. Even their hair and skin is varying purple/violet shades, usually very pale in their skin.]]



* GuideDangIt: Getting all the Shiva [=CGs=] in the first game. The problem is that getting the subroute where those [=CGs=] are unlocked from requires you to choose very specific responses and to visit certain areas that don't have portraits on them. You can screw it up as early as chapter 2. The only other CG in the relevant collection requires said subroute to NOT occur.
** To clarify, here's how to get the subroute: Step one, when you first meet Prince Shiva at the beginning of the game, you need to be honest with him (not fudging the truth) when he asks what's happened to the White Moon and planet Transbaal. Step two, in the Mint-centric chapter, during one of the free time segments you'll find both Forte and Shiva in the vending machines area. (You must buy Shiva a chess set). Both the top and middle choices increase Forte's affection; to set up more meetings with Shiva later, however, you need to pick the middle choice. Step three, every opportunity after that you get a free time segment, choose at least one time block to visit Shiva in the royal room. If you successfully pursue every opportunity, you should begin Shiva's subroute right before Tact has to pick a girl to ask to the dance. (This is the hardest part.)

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* GuideDangIt: Getting all the Shiva [=CGs=] in the first game. The problem is that getting the subroute where those [=CGs=] are unlocked from requires you to choose very specific responses and to visit certain areas that don't have portraits on them. You can screw it up as early as chapter 2. The only other CG in the relevant collection requires said subroute to NOT occur.
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occur. To clarify, here's how to get the subroute: Step one, when you first meet Prince Shiva at the beginning of the game, you need to be honest with him (not fudging the truth) when he asks what's happened to the White Moon and planet Transbaal. Step two, in the Mint-centric chapter, during one of the free time segments you'll find both Forte and Shiva in the vending machines area. (You must buy Shiva a chess set). Both the top and middle choices increase Forte's affection; to set up more meetings with Shiva later, however, you need to pick the middle choice. Step three, every opportunity after that you get a free time segment, choose at least one time block to visit Shiva in the royal room. If you successfully pursue every opportunity, you should begin Shiva's subroute right before Tact has to pick a girl to ask to the dance. (This is the hardest part.)



* HeroicMime: In the games where you play him, Tact only gets to speak in certain pivotal scenes. Kazuya, however, gets the full voice treatment, but you can turn him off.

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* HeroicMime: HeroicMime:
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In the games where you play him, Tact only gets to speak in certain pivotal scenes. Kazuya, however, gets the full voice treatment, but you can turn him off.



* HoldingBackThePhlebotinum: The Chrono Break Cannon, be it due to it's impracticality, it's charge time, or the fact that it's a giant WaveMotionGun (the latter meaning it's so powerful if it fell into the wrong hands it would cause a tragedy). [[spoiler: Wein]] proves that to be true in Eternal Lovers.

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* HoldingBackThePhlebotinum: The Chrono Break Cannon, be it due to it's its impracticality, it's charge time, or the fact that it's a giant WaveMotionGun (the latter meaning it's so powerful if it fell into the wrong hands it would cause a tragedy). [[spoiler: Wein]] proves that to be true in Eternal Lovers.



* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: Luft does this to some extent when briefing Tact about the dance party on Rhome - when going on about how "this decision could decide your destiny", it sounds like Luft is really addressing the player rather than Tact. Tact even briefly comments on this.

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* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: Luft does this to some extent when briefing Tact about the dance party on Rhome - -- when going on about how "this decision could decide your destiny", it sounds like Luft is really addressing the player rather than Tact. Tact even briefly comments on this.



* LevelUpAtIntimacy5: The angels get generally more powerful the more they like Tact (even when not on their "route"), and your chosen Angel will be ''bonkers'' powerful once you commit to them. This is ''in-universe'', too - by the time ''Eternal Lovers'' rolls around, the Angels will be commenting on this phenomenon and the chosen heroine will be regarded as the squad ace & combat lynchpin. This fact is exploited to the max during Eternal Lovers by [[spoiler:Wein]].

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* LevelUpAtIntimacy5: The angels get generally more powerful the more they like Tact (even when not on their "route"), and your chosen Angel will be ''bonkers'' powerful once you commit to them. This is ''in-universe'', too - -- by the time ''Eternal Lovers'' rolls around, the Angels will be commenting on this phenomenon and the chosen heroine will be regarded as the squad ace & combat lynchpin. This fact is exploited to the max during Eternal Lovers by [[spoiler:Wein]].



* AMillionIsAStatistic: Played straight in the first game. The opening movie shows Eonia's army bombarding the surface of Planet Transbaal. And later [[spoiler: we have the Black Moon blasting Satellite City Fargo and Planet Rhome.]] Both scenes depict the destruction from orbit in a very detailed way, to the point even the good guys comment they cannot estimate the numbers. To her credit, though, Milfie is pretty freaked out by all the death occurring around her in the opening movie, and a small subcurrent of her plotline involves dealing with the staggering amount of suffering she's seen. (Ultimately, though, [[LighterAndSofter the game's a fair bit too light-hearted to really pursue the idea in detail]].) [[spoiler:After Rhome is devastated, ''all'' of the pilots will have some "cockpit chat" about what happened and how they're trying to cope mentally in various ways.]]
* AMindIsATerribleThingToRead: Mint suffers from this, in multiple ways. Her ability to read minds caused her problems when growing up since she could see people's true intentions, and her ''father's'' mind-reading abilities caused problems when her father would read what Mint wanted but not ''why'' she wanted it. In Moonlit Lovers, she relies on her mind-reading so much that when it starts to fail, it puts a serious strain in her relationship with Tact. Finally, [[spoiler:in Eternal Lovers, after Mint suffers a head injury because Tact had to shoot down her malfunctioning Trick Master, her telepathic powers malfunction and broadcast her thoughts to everyone else.]]



* {{Nanomachines}}: Vanilla's specialty is being able to work with nanomachines. While this is mostly used for healing, her control over it is such that her Nanomachine pet can be more accurately described as an extension of her self.
** Nano-Nano Pudding from Galaxy Angel II is actually a nanomachine colony given human (or rather, [[PettingZooPeople humanoid]]) form.

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* {{Nanomachines}}: {{Nanomachines}}:
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Vanilla's specialty is being able to work with nanomachines. While this is mostly used for healing, her control over it is such that her Nanomachine pet can be more accurately described as an extension of her self.
** Nano-Nano Pudding from Galaxy ''Galaxy Angel II II'' is actually a nanomachine colony given human (or rather, [[PettingZooPeople humanoid]]) form.



* OhCrap: Happens to the heroes side and the antagonists, in EL when [[spoiler: Wein makes Unit 7 grow wings]]is a collective moment for the Elsior and the Angels.

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* OhCrap: OhCrap:
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Happens to the heroes side and the antagonists, in EL when [[spoiler: Wein makes Unit 7 grow wings]]is a collective moment for the Elsior and the Angels.



* RunningGag

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*** Of course, nobody can forget about the dreaded, dangerous, probably downright ''lethal'' [[BlazingInfernoHellfireSauce Ranpha Special]].



* SeriousBusiness

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* SeriousBusinessSeriousBusiness:



* SlidingScaleofIdealismVersusCynicism Heavily Idealist
* SpaceX: anything you can imagine, there's a space version of it. The only thing that seems to be different from the normal version is that the space version has "space" in its name. The exception is the {{space whales}}, who are some kind of magical animal.
* SpellMyNameWithAnS (The official source likes to change things around just when we've gotten used to the old spellings. ''Elsior'' was fine, it was around for a few games, but then all of a sudden, it's called the ''Elle Ciel'' instead, which doesn't even match the katakana. Also, many of the food-based names purposely misspell the food, like Milfeulle [millefeuille].)

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* SlidingScaleofIdealismVersusCynicism SlidingScaleofIdealismVersusCynicism: Heavily Idealist
Idealist.
* SpaceX: anything Anything you can imagine, there's a space version of it. The only thing that seems to be different from the normal version is that the space version has "space" in its name. The exception is the {{space whales}}, who are some kind of magical animal.
* SpellMyNameWithAnS (The SpellMyNameWithAnS:
** The
official source likes to change things around just when we've gotten used to the old spellings. ''Elsior'' was fine, it was around for a few games, but then all of a sudden, it's called the ''Elle Ciel'' instead, which doesn't even match the katakana. Also, many of the food-based names purposely misspell the food, like Milfeulle [millefeuille].)



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* SpotlightStealingSquad (While the game had a route for each girl, the manga used [[FirstGirlWins Milfeulle]] as the main LoveInterest from the beginning and, therefore, focused mostly on her. Then Chitose came out of nowhere and got the second volume of Beta all for herself as well as plenty of the first and third; all while the rest of the team got only one chapter for each.)

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* SpotlightStealingSquad (While SpotlightStealingSquad: While the game had a route for each girl, the manga used [[FirstGirlWins Milfeulle]] as the main LoveInterest from the beginning and, therefore, focused mostly on her. Then Chitose came out of nowhere and got the second volume of Beta all for herself as well as plenty of the first and third; all while the rest of the team got only one chapter for each.)



* ThereAreNoTherapists: Subverted...sort of. Both, the Elsior and the Luxiole, have a single counselor each one. On the other hand, the fact Tact and Kazuya are responsible for the mental health of their respective teams of pilots without any qualifications beyond being TheEmpath and a NiceGuy respectively is a ''bit'' troubling.
** [[JustifiedTrope Justified]]. In this case the mental health of the pilots directly influences whether or not the pilots can win battles. That last part ''is'' the responsibility of the commander instead of the counselor, so Tact and Kazuya keeping the pilots' spirits up is in fact required in their particular circumstances. (The fact that Lester knows this is necessary is why Lester doesn't complain about Tact hanging around with a group of beautiful women while Lester works on the bridge.)
* TheEvilPrince (Eonia Transbaal was exiled five years before the start of the first GA.)
* TheWarHasJustBegun: The end of Moonlit Lovers is pretty much this.

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* ThereAreNoTherapists: Subverted... sort of. Both, the Elsior and the Luxiole, have a single counselor each one. On the other hand, the fact Tact and Kazuya are responsible for the mental health of their respective teams of pilots without any qualifications beyond being TheEmpath and a NiceGuy respectively is a ''bit'' troubling.
** [[JustifiedTrope Justified]]. In
troubling. {{Justified|Trope}} -- in this case the mental health of the pilots directly influences whether or not the pilots can win battles. That last part ''is'' the responsibility of the commander instead of the counselor, so Tact and Kazuya keeping the pilots' spirits up is in fact required in their particular circumstances. (The fact that Lester knows this is necessary is why Lester doesn't complain about Tact hanging around with a group of beautiful women while Lester works on the bridge.)
* TheEvilPrince (Eonia Transbaal was exiled five years before the start of the first GA.)
* TheWarHasJustBegun: The end of Moonlit Lovers is pretty much this.
)



* {{Two-DSpace}}: Averted in the first trilogy. Played straight in Galaxy Angel II.
* UnstoppableRage: A few of the girls go into this during the final scene of the first game, literally blasting through hordes of enemy units all at once to rescue Tact.
** Ranpha especially. If it weren't a few years too early for it, you'd expect her to [[ActorAllusion yell]] '''[[MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha ZENRYOKU]] [[Creator/YukariTamura ZENKAI]]!''' during her FoeTossingCharge.

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* {{Two-DSpace}}: TwoDSpace: Averted in the first trilogy. Played straight in Galaxy Angel II.
* UnstoppableRage: A few of the girls go into this during the final scene of the first game, literally blasting through hordes of enemy units all at once to rescue Tact.
**
Tact. Ranpha especially. If it weren't a few years too early for it, you'd expect her to [[ActorAllusion yell]] '''[[MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha ZENRYOKU]] [[Creator/YukariTamura ZENKAI]]!''' during her FoeTossingCharge.FoeTossingCharge.
* TheWarHasJustBegun: The end of Moonlit Lovers is pretty much this.



* WhatIsThisThingYouCallLove:
** A major plot point in Vanilla's Route, her being able to feel emotions and express herself is treated as a significant character development.
** To a lesser degree, the cause of [[spoiler:Wein]]'s HeelFaceTurn.



* WhatIsThisThingYouCallLove: A major plot point in Vanilla's Route, her being able to feel emotions and express herself is treated as a significant character development.
** To a lesser degree, the cause of [[spoiler:Wein]]'s HeelFaceTurn.



Also see ''Anime/GalaxyAngel'' and ''GalaxyAngelRune''; though all of the characters have either been removed or exaggerated and the plot is completely gone, a few tropes are still shared.
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