History YMMV / Drifters

12th Feb '17 6:54:45 PM theLibrarian
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* ValuesDissonance: The customs of Sengoku-era Japan and its samurai clash multiple times with the cultures of other Drifters and the civilizations in the world, such as when Toyohisa demands that the commander of a conquered castle commit seppuku as an honorable death, then beheading the man when he (justifiably) refuses.
9th Jan '17 10:03:09 PM Kadorhal
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* EarWorm: The opening for the Anime, "Gospel of the Throttle REMIX Ver." is very catchy, especially the chorus. "Na, na, na na na, Na, Na, Na na na."

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* EarWorm: The opening for the Anime, "Gospel of the Throttle REMIX Ver." is very catchy, especially the chorus. "Na, "Na na nana na na, na na na, Na, Na, Na na nana na."



* HilariousInHindsight: In the 2012 anime adaption of ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'', Creator/TomokazuSugita plays Joseph Joestar, who at one point [[DisguisedInDrag dresses in drag]] to try and sneak past a group of Nazi's. Then ''Drifters'' comes along and he plays Count Saint-Germain, who not only is a cross-dresser, but works for a oppressive country that was literally made by Adolf Hitler.

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* HilariousInHindsight: HilariousInHindsight:
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In the 2012 anime adaption of ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'', Creator/TomokazuSugita plays Joseph Joestar, who at one point [[DisguisedInDrag dresses in drag]] to try and sneak past a group of Nazi's. Nazis. Then ''Drifters'' comes along and he plays Count Saint-Germain, who not only is a cross-dresser, but works for a an oppressive country that was literally made by Adolf Hitler.Hitler.
** The anime adaptation of ''Drifters'' aired during the Fall 2016 season... right alongside ''[[Manga/StrikeWitches Brave Witches]]'', meaning we got an anime featuring a DistaffCounterpart of Kanno Naoshi two days before an anime featuring the ''actual'' Kanno Naoshi.



* SelfFanservice: Oh boy, does it ever hit this trope harder than Nasu. It's fairly obvious that his design is a bit effeminate, and his voice in the both versions of the anime doesn't help matters, but when people tend to draw him, they give him luscious lips, wide hips, and an overall more feminine design than he ever really looked like.

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* SelfFanservice: Oh boy, does it ever hit this trope harder than Nasu. It's fairly obvious that his design is a bit effeminate, and his voice in the both versions of the anime doesn't help matters, but when people tend to draw him, they give him luscious lips, wide hips, and an overall more feminine design than he ever really looked like.
29th Dec '16 11:54:15 AM keyblade333
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* HilariousInHindsight: In the 2012 anime adaption of ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'', Creator/TomokazuSugita plays Joseph Joestar, who at one point [[DisguisedInDrag dresses in drag]] to try and sneak past a group of Nazi's. Then ''Drifters'' comes along and he plays Count Saint-Germain, who not only is a cross-dresser, but works for a oppressive country that was literally made by Adolf Hitler.
18th Nov '16 9:01:43 AM lalaTKG
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* CrossoverShip: It's not exactly uncommon to see Hijikata with [[Anime/CarnivalPhantasm Sakura Saber]], due to her being Okita.

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* CrossoverShip: It's not exactly uncommon to see Hijikata with [[Anime/CarnivalPhantasm [[VideoGame/FateGrandOrder Sakura Saber]], due to her being Okita.
15th Nov '16 11:27:10 AM bigbossdiego
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* {{Squick}}: "The arrowheads are full of shit!"

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* {{Squick}}: "The arrowheads are full of shit!"shit!"
* {{Woolseyism}}: In the original audio, Yoichi is voiced by Creator/MitsukiSaiga, a woman, and has a clearly feminine voice, leading Toyohisa to initially assume that he's either a woman or Nobunaga's attendant, Mori Ranmaru. In English, he's voiced by Justin Briner, who, while not having a deep voice, still has a masculine enough tone not to be confused for a woman. As such, the dialogue in the aforementioned scene instead alludes to how Toyohisa would think that Nobunaga would prefer having Ranmaru considering their relationship, to which Nobunaga says, "Would have made these cold nights a lot warmer," alluding to the rumors of their potentially intimate relationship.
11th Nov '16 8:57:01 AM lalaTKG
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** It's not just the people of that world either. Some of the Drifters who have been around for a long time like Abe no Seimei don't realize the potential of what they create and use in that world, which is also mentioned by Oda.



** It's not just the people of that world either. Some of the Drifters who have been around for a long time like Abe no Seimei don't realize the potential of what they create and use in that world, which is also mentioned by Oda.
11th Nov '16 8:56:42 AM lalaTKG
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* CrossoverShip: It's not exactly uncommon to see Hijikata with [[Anime/CarnivalFantasm Sakura Saber]], due to her being Okita.

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* CrossoverShip: It's not exactly uncommon to see Hijikata with [[Anime/CarnivalFantasm [[Anime/CarnivalPhantasm Sakura Saber]], due to her being Okita.
11th Nov '16 8:56:10 AM lalaTKG
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* CrossoverShip: It's not exactly uncommon to see Hijikata with [[Anime/CarnivalFantasm Sakura Saber]], due to her being Okita.
10th Nov '16 11:15:38 PM lalaTKG
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* SelfFanservice: Oh boy, does it ever hit this trope harder than Nasu. It's fairly obvious that his design is a bit effeminate, and his voice in the Japanese version of the anime does not help matters, but when people tend to draw him, they give him luscious lips, wide hips, and an overall more feminine design than he ever really looked like.

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* SelfFanservice: Oh boy, does it ever hit this trope harder than Nasu. It's fairly obvious that his design is a bit effeminate, and his voice in the Japanese version both versions of the anime does not doesn't help matters, but when people tend to draw him, they give him luscious lips, wide hips, and an overall more feminine design than he ever really looked like.
6th Nov '16 11:36:33 PM lalaTKG
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* SelfFanservice: Oh boy, does it ever hit this trope harder than Nasu. It's fairly obvious that his design is a bit effeminate, and his voice in the anime does not help matters, but when people tend to draw him, they give him luscious lips, wide hips, and an overall more feminine design than he ever really looked like.

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* SelfFanservice: Oh boy, does it ever hit this trope harder than Nasu. It's fairly obvious that his design is a bit effeminate, and his voice in the Japanese version of the anime does not help matters, but when people tend to draw him, they give him luscious lips, wide hips, and an overall more feminine design than he ever really looked like.
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