History WMG / AzumangaDaioh

25th Jun '17 10:51:29 AM nombretomado
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According to Main/TheOtherWiki, dilated pupils are caused by "disease, trauma or drugs". She looks healthy and she can't have spent the entire show with head trauma, so clearly she's on something.

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According to Main/TheOtherWiki, Wiki/TheOtherWiki, dilated pupils are caused by "disease, trauma or drugs". She looks healthy and she can't have spent the entire show with head trauma, so clearly she's on something.
7th Jun '17 4:06:35 PM MiinU
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[[WMG: Sakaki's last name is [[LightNovel/{{Shimoneta}} Tsukimigusa]]]]
*And she has [[{{Expy}} an identical]] [[GenderSwap fraternal twin brother]] named, Oboro. Thus explaining why they look, sound, and act so much alike. If Kaorin ever saw them together, she'd likely die [[{{Nosebleed}} of blood loss.]]
13th Apr '17 5:46:45 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: Chiyo-Chichi is [[TheSlenderManMythos the slender man.]]]]

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[[WMG: Chiyo-Chichi is [[TheSlenderManMythos [[Franchise/TheSlenderManMythos the slender man.]]]]



** SlenderMan doesn't have (visible) eyes. The closest it has had to eyes was/is when he had/has an illusionary, difficult-to-remember face that [[[TheBlank doesn't show up in photos and videos]].

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** SlenderMan [[Franchise/TheSlenderManMythos Slender Man]] doesn't have (visible) eyes. The closest it has had to eyes was/is when he had/has an illusionary, difficult-to-remember face that [[[TheBlank doesn't show up in photos and videos]].
9th Apr '17 6:27:08 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: The characters of SayonaraZetsubouSensei are the evil counterparts of the cast of Manga/AzumangaDaioh]]

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[[WMG: The characters of SayonaraZetsubouSensei ''Manga/SayonaraZetsubouSensei'' are the evil counterparts of the cast of Manga/AzumangaDaioh]]''Manga/AzumangaDaioh'']]
27th Dec '16 11:29:56 AM DustSnitch
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All the characters were bouncing up in the air in the first scene until Tomo gets whalloped from the side. Maybe the opening was her confused brain trying to process falling off a trampoline and cracking her skull open. After that, her memory starts processing her friends... Yomi first, then Yukari, Chiyo, Osaka, Sakaki, then Nyamo, Chihiro and Kaorin and finally Kagura, a person she wasn't on such great terms with. It sets up a dream to get hold of those memories again. The brain can't remember all their personalities however, so it spends the next 4 years trying to reestablish what they were like by creating a scenario where they all go through high school together. Some traits might be exaggerated: Chiyo was a very bright local girl who Tomo was aquainted with, but she only went up one or two years and certainly wasn't in high school. Sakaki was generally admired but often quite quiet and the fact that she was a cat lover was often forgotten: Tomo remembered the {{Badass}} who beat her at sports first and the gentle cat-lover came to her mind second. Yomi was, as always, the stable StraightMan to Tomos hyperactivity. An anchor to the rest of her memories. Her memory of her best friend would be pretty accurate. Osaka was a bit strange and had an odd tendency to space out, but she was never a total space case. Her memories of her teachers would be flanderised; Yukari was the teacher she identified most with but she still liked Nyamo because she reminded her so strongly of Yomi, so the two teachers true personalities would move closer to how Tomo percieved her own and Yomis personalities. Finally, Chihiro and Kaorin were two girls the six sometimes hung out with. Tomo might have suspected Kaorin of being a lesbian and exaggerated what made her think that, or alternatively Kaorin might have come out at some point (possibly telling Osaka first) and Tomo has forgotten. Chihiro might have been fairly quiet so Tomo wouldn't have much memory of her personality, meaning she doesn't appear much in the dream.

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All the characters were bouncing up in the air in the first scene until Tomo gets whalloped from the side. Maybe the opening was her confused brain trying to process falling off a trampoline and cracking her skull open. After that, her memory starts processing her friends... Yomi first, then Yukari, Chiyo, Osaka, Sakaki, then Nyamo, Chihiro and Kaorin and finally Kagura, a person she wasn't on such great terms with. It sets up a dream to get hold of those memories again. The brain can't remember all their personalities however, so it spends the next 4 years trying to reestablish what they were like by creating a scenario where they all go through high school together. Some traits might be exaggerated: Chiyo was a very bright local girl who Tomo was aquainted with, but she only went up one or two years and certainly wasn't in high school. Sakaki was generally admired but often quite quiet and the fact that she was a cat lover was often forgotten: Tomo remembered the {{Badass}} badass who beat her at sports first and the gentle cat-lover came to her mind second. Yomi was, as always, the stable StraightMan to Tomos hyperactivity. An anchor to the rest of her memories. Her memory of her best friend would be pretty accurate. Osaka was a bit strange and had an odd tendency to space out, but she was never a total space case. Her memories of her teachers would be flanderised; Yukari was the teacher she identified most with but she still liked Nyamo because she reminded her so strongly of Yomi, so the two teachers true personalities would move closer to how Tomo percieved her own and Yomis personalities. Finally, Chihiro and Kaorin were two girls the six sometimes hung out with. Tomo might have suspected Kaorin of being a lesbian and exaggerated what made her think that, or alternatively Kaorin might have come out at some point (possibly telling Osaka first) and Tomo has forgotten. Chihiro might have been fairly quiet so Tomo wouldn't have much memory of her personality, meaning she doesn't appear much in the dream.
10th May '16 8:58:15 AM UniSol14
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Yomi said she could never work for Interpol, or really accomplish anything, and Tomo has shown she's willing to do what it takes to prove her wrong. All she had to do was put her mind to it.

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Yomi said she could never work for Interpol, or really accomplish anything, and Tomo has shown she's willing to do what it takes to prove her wrong. Not only does she work for Interpol, she becomes so distinguished in her work--and her goal to prove Yomi wrong--that she's eventually contacted to be an independent agent for SEELE, and is the third party hired through them to commit the act. All she had to do was put her mind to it.
10th May '16 8:43:58 AM UniSol14
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[[WMG: Tomo, who succeeds in working for Interpol, is the agent who meets and kills [[spoiler: Kaji]] in Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion.]]
Yomi said she could never work for Interpol, or really accomplish anything, and Tomo has shown she's willing to do what it takes to prove her wrong. All she had to do was put her mind to it.


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[[WMG: Tomo, who succeeds in working for Interpol, is the agent who meets and kills [[spoiler:Kaji]] in ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion''.]]
Yomi said she could never work for Interpol, or really accomplish anything, and Tomo has shown she's willing to do what it takes to prove her wrong. All she had to do was put her mind to it.
10th May '16 8:39:22 AM UniSol14
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[[WMG: Tomo, who succeeds in working for Interpol, is the agent who meets and kills [[spoiler: Kaji]] in Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion.]]
Yomi said she could never work for Interpol, or really accomplish anything, and Tomo has shown she's willing to do what it takes to prove her wrong. All she had to do was put her mind to it.



[[WMG: Tomo, who ends up working for Interpol, is the agent who meets and kills Kaji in Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion.]]
Yomi said she could never work for Interpol, or really accomplish anything, and Tomo has shown she's willing to do what it takes to prove her wrong. All she had to do was put her mind to it.
10th May '16 8:37:19 AM UniSol14
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[[WMG: Tomo, who ends up working for Interpol, is the agent who meets and kills Kaji in Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion.]]
Yomi said she could never work for Interpol, or really accomplish anything, and Tomo has shown she's willing to do what it takes to prove her wrong. All she had to do was put her mind to it.
10th May '16 8:18:18 AM UniSol14
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* For her to be legally blind and physically disabled, she would certainly have some sort of noticeable indication, and she couldn't realistically do the few things she's shown doing. Aside from noticing the movement of, identifying, picking up, and discarding in a bin the soda can Tomo rolls at her, she traveled unassisted to his school just to bring him lunch, which she made herself, and recognizes Chiyo by her features alone instantly on sight. Whatever type it may be, blindness would make all of that impossible without any sort of assistance.
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