History YMMV / MaiHime

5th Jan '18 5:25:06 PM Isaac_Heller
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* ReplacementScrappy: One of the main criticisms of Haruka being a Hime in the manga is that she is one instead of Shizuru.

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* ReplacementScrappy: One of the main criticisms of Haruka being a Hime in the manga is that she is one instead of Shizuru. With that said, this does not apply for [[BaseBreakingCharacter the fans who despise Shizuru]].
20th Aug '17 7:18:20 PM nombretomado
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* JustForFun/XMeetsY: ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' meets ''Franchise/{{Highlander}}''.
30th Jul '17 6:39:12 PM nombretomado
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* JustForFun/XMeetsY: ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' meets ''Franchise/{{Highlander}}''.
15th Oct '16 10:25:00 AM Isaac_Heller
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* ReplacementScrappy: Another criticism of Haruka being a Hime in the manga is that she is one instead of Shizuru.

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* ReplacementScrappy: Another criticism One of the main criticisms of Haruka being a Hime in the manga is that she is one instead of Shizuru.
15th Oct '16 10:21:16 AM Isaac_Heller
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* MarySue: Haruka Suzushiro, who was a somewhat complex BadassNormal in the anime, was turned into probably one of the most powerful Himes in the manga, and it shows (although she and Yukino lose to Natsuki and Mai). There's also some favoritism skewed in her favor over Shizuru; just go read the chapter where she's having a hallucination inside Yukariko's Child.

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* MarySue: Haruka Suzushiro, who was a somewhat complex BadassNormal in the anime, was turned into probably one of the most powerful Himes in the manga, and it shows (although she and Yukino lose to Natsuki and Mai). ** There's also some favoritism skewed in her favor over Shizuru; just go read the chapter where she's having a hallucination inside Yukariko's Child.Yukino's obvious attraction to Haruka.
24th Jul '16 2:27:28 AM Anddrix
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* BaseBreaker: Shizuru. She has many fans, but people who are fans of her victims often hate her. It's hard to find anyone who's indifferent.

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* BaseBreaker: BaseBreakingCharacter: Shizuru. She has many fans, but people who are fans of her victims often hate her. It's hard to find anyone who's indifferent.
30th Jun '16 11:44:38 AM ACW
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* CompleteMonster:
** [[spoiler: The Obsidian Lord. This guy arranges the entire Hime battle to make sure the Hime lose their loved ones so that he gains power from the battle, in during the battle in question in this series he plans destroy and re-create the world due his dislike for how Japan has become.]]
** All of the psycho killing and betrayal in the anime is ultimately a result of Nagi's direct and indirect manipulation. He gives the girls their powers and then creates monsters for them to fight in order to train them to use violence to solve their problems. Then he manipulates a few characters to get the massive betrayals and killings we see in later parts. It is not clear exactly why he does this (though he laughs his head off over the betrayals and fawns over the killers) or who he is. Supposedly, he is just serving the Big Bad of the story, but the Big Bad is more of an Orcus on His Throne. At the end, Nagi seems to imply that he himself is an immortal demon and that, though the Big Bad is dead, Nagi can't be killed and will be back.
9th Jun '16 11:21:03 PM gewunomox
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* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: It's by YukiKajiura, what else can you expect?

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* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: It's by YukiKajiura, Music/YukiKajiura, what else can you expect?
1st Dec '15 8:24:55 AM Temmere
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* HilariousInHindsight: In early episode, some of Mai's yaoi fangirl friends imagine a romance between them because they find both of them cute (not knowing that Akira is a girl), before Mai tells them to keep her brother out of their CrackPairings. And later in the series, Akira and Takumi do seem to be romantically involved.

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* HilariousInHindsight: In early episode, some of Mai's yaoi fangirl friends imagine a romance between them because they find both of them cute (not knowing that Akira is a girl), before Mai tells them to keep her brother out of their CrackPairings.{{Crack Pairing}}s. And later in the series, Akira and Takumi do seem to be romantically involved.
21st Feb '15 11:10:11 PM TVRulezAgain
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** Nagi, for being a ManipulativeBastard who is complicit in the above.

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** Nagi, for being a ManipulativeBastard who is complicit All of the psycho killing and betrayal in the above.anime is ultimately a result of Nagi's direct and indirect manipulation. He gives the girls their powers and then creates monsters for them to fight in order to train them to use violence to solve their problems. Then he manipulates a few characters to get the massive betrayals and killings we see in later parts. It is not clear exactly why he does this (though he laughs his head off over the betrayals and fawns over the killers) or who he is. Supposedly, he is just serving the Big Bad of the story, but the Big Bad is more of an Orcus on His Throne. At the end, Nagi seems to imply that he himself is an immortal demon and that, though the Big Bad is dead, Nagi can't be killed and will be back.
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