History YMMV / Noir

8th Apr '17 6:30:02 PM AlleyOop
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* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: Courtesy of one [[AwesomeMusic/YukiKajiura]].

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* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: Courtesy of one [[AwesomeMusic/YukiKajiura]].AwesomeMusic/YukiKajiura.
8th Apr '17 6:29:47 PM AlleyOop
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* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic

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* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusicSugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: Courtesy of one [[AwesomeMusic/YukiKajiura]].
20th Feb '17 6:55:18 PM Katsuhagi
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** Also, the idea that Kirika is a SelfMadeOrphan and killed her biological parents and/or the couple who was posing as her parents prior to the first episode is pretty commonly accepted.

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** Also, the idea that Kirika is a SelfMadeOrphan and killed her biological parents and/or the couple who was posing as her parents prior to the first episode is pretty commonly accepted.accepted even though it's never explicitly stated in the series itself.
24th Mar '16 4:04:08 PM T3rr0rd0me
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*** Said letter even has Kirika addressing Mireille as "My dear Mireille." The word in the original Japanese that Kirika used for that? ''Daisuki''.

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*** [[spoiler: Said letter even has Kirika addressing Mireille as "My dear Mireille." "]] The word in the original Japanese that Kirika used for that? ''Daisuki''.''Daisuki''. This indicates that Mireille is someone Kirika cherishes very much.
24th Mar '16 4:03:06 PM T3rr0rd0me
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*** In addition to the LesYay between Kirika and Mireille, there are also significantly less subtle examples between Kirika and Chloe and Mireille and Lady Silvana.

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*** Said letter even has Kirika addressing Mireille as "My dear Mireille." The word in the original Japanese that Kirika used for that? ''Daisuki''.
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In addition to the LesYay between Kirika and Mireille, there are also significantly less subtle examples between Kirika and Chloe and Mireille and Lady Silvana.



* TheWoobie: Kirika practically holds up a sign that says "Please Hug Me!!" whenever she is crying. Chloe also gets in on the Woobiedom in the final arc, and even somewhat before that.

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* TheWoobie: Kirika practically holds up a sign that says "Please Hug Me!!" whenever she is crying. Chloe also gets in on the Woobiedom in the final arc, and even somewhat before that.
24th Jan '14 11:40:23 AM Ecclytennysmithylove
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* SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome: Every single episode is basically designed to climax with a Moment for Kirika or, occasionally, Chloe or Mireille. But usually Kirika gets one too just because.
24th Jan '14 11:38:35 AM Ecclytennysmithylove
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* TearJerker: [[spoiler: Chloe's death]]
** Also Nazarov's death in "Lost Kitten."
28th Dec '13 8:40:29 PM Katsuhagi
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** Also, the idea that Kirika is a SelfMadeOrphan and killed her biological parents and/or the couple who was posing as her parents prior to the first episode is pretty commonly accepted.
30th Jul '13 7:07:26 PM TVRulezAgain
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* CompleteMonster: The show [[PlayingWithATrope plays with this trope.]] Mireille, by the end of the series, thinks of [[spoiler: BigBad Altena]] as a CompleteMonster, actually [[spoiler:''[[CrowningMomentOfAwesome explicitly stating this to Altena's face]]''.]] However, part of the point of the series ''precisely is'' that [[spoiler:Altena]] is ''not'' this trope. The true horror is that [[spoiler:she seems to ''genuinely love all her wards and followers'' (especially her [[TheDragon right hand]] and adoptive daughter, Chloe), but doesn't hesitate for a moment to use them like chess pawns. Even when she has the entire population of a Basque village ''lie down and die to prove a point to Kirika'', her [[DissonantSerenity preternatural motherliness]] prevents her from becoming this. She also [[VillainsDyingGrace sacrifices her life at the end to save Kirika]], despite the fact that Kirika and Mireille rejected becoming the "True Noir" and ruined her plan.]] [[spoiler:Altena]] exists to answer the question "is it possible to ''act like'' a CompleteMonster without ''being'' a CompleteMonster"? Nightmare Fuel IT IS.
** How Does that make any sense? The concept of the CompleteMonster is based on a person's actions, not by just their words and attitude.
29th Mar '13 4:23:32 PM XFllo
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* CompleteMonster: The show [[PlayingWithATrope plays with this trope.]] Mireille, by the end of the series, thinks of [[spoiler: BigBad Altena]] as a CompleteMonster, actually [[spoiler:''[[CrowningMomentOfAwesome explicitly stating this to Altena's face]]''.]] However, part of the point of the series ''precisely is'' that [[spoiler:Altena]] is ''not'' this trope. The true horror is that [[spoiler:she seems to ''genuinely love all her wards and followers'' (especially her [[TheDragon right hand]] and adoptive daughter, Chloe), but doesn't hesitate for a moment to use them like chess pawns. Even when she has the entire population of a Basque village ''lie down and die to prove a point to Kirika'', her [[DissonantSerenity preternatural motherliness]] prevents her from becoming this. She also [[VillainsDyingGrace sacrifices her life at the end to save Kirika]], despite the fact that Kirika and Mireille rejected becoming the "True Noir" and ruined her plan.]] [[spoiler:Altena]] exists to answer the question "is it possible to ''act like'' a CompleteMonster without ''being'' a CompleteMonster"? [[NightmareFuel IT IS.]]

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* CompleteMonster: The show [[PlayingWithATrope plays with this trope.]] Mireille, by the end of the series, thinks of [[spoiler: BigBad Altena]] as a CompleteMonster, actually [[spoiler:''[[CrowningMomentOfAwesome explicitly stating this to Altena's face]]''.]] However, part of the point of the series ''precisely is'' that [[spoiler:Altena]] is ''not'' this trope. The true horror is that [[spoiler:she seems to ''genuinely love all her wards and followers'' (especially her [[TheDragon right hand]] and adoptive daughter, Chloe), but doesn't hesitate for a moment to use them like chess pawns. Even when she has the entire population of a Basque village ''lie down and die to prove a point to Kirika'', her [[DissonantSerenity preternatural motherliness]] prevents her from becoming this. She also [[VillainsDyingGrace sacrifices her life at the end to save Kirika]], despite the fact that Kirika and Mireille rejected becoming the "True Noir" and ruined her plan.]] [[spoiler:Altena]] exists to answer the question "is it possible to ''act like'' a CompleteMonster without ''being'' a CompleteMonster"? [[NightmareFuel Nightmare Fuel IT IS.]]
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