History YMMV / RoseGunsDays

20th Jun '16 8:48:02 PM Angeldeb82
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* FamilyUnfriendlyAesop: One of the ending's message seems to be [[spoiler:if your ancestor did something great, you have to inherit their will and their work, BecauseDestinySaysSo! Cue Julie having the title of Madam suddenly dropped onto her with apparently no option of refusing…]]

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* FamilyUnfriendlyAesop: One of the ending's message seems to be [[spoiler:if your ancestor did something great, you have to inherit their will and their work, BecauseDestinySaysSo! Cue Julie having the title of Madam suddenly dropped onto her with apparently no option of refusing…]]refusing]]...
20th Jun '16 8:47:10 PM Angeldeb82
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* AudienceAlienatingPremise: The synopsis drives many people away, thinking it will be a nationalistic tale where Americans and Chinese are the "bad guys". Actually the story is quite critical on the Japanese mentality, most antagonists are Japanese, and [[GrayAndGreyMorality every side has some degree of moral ambiguity]], but the setting and themes are still very sensitive.
* AwesomeMoment: Basically every year's climax has at least one awesome duel scene for one of the main characters, be it [[YouShallNotPass Leo vs. 40 men]] in 47, Rose vs. Wang in 48, Keith [[spoiler:spotting and shooting the sniper who just killed Stella]] in 49 or [[spoiler:Richard vs. Gabriel]] in 1950, for the most notable ones. Rose vs. Wang has bonus points for being just two people sitting on a chair, talking and passing phone calls and yet still being intense as hell.
* AwesomeMusic: [[AwesomeMusic/RoseGunsDays See the page.]]
* CanonSue: Leo is often accused of being this, and not without reason. In 1947 it seems like nothing important can happen without him being involved in some way. It was toned down in the manga though, even if he's still {{Badass}}.

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* AudienceAlienatingPremise: The synopsis drives many people away, thinking it will be a nationalistic tale where Americans and Chinese are the "bad guys". Actually the story is quite critical on the Japanese mentality, most antagonists are Japanese, and [[GrayAndGreyMorality [[GreyAndGrayMorality every side has some degree of moral ambiguity]], but the setting and themes are still very sensitive.
* AwesomeMoment: Basically every year's climax has at least one awesome duel scene for one of the main characters, be it [[YouShallNotPass Leo vs. 40 men]] in 47, Rose vs. Wang in 48, Keith [[spoiler:spotting and shooting the sniper who just killed Stella]] in 49 or [[spoiler:Richard vs. Gabriel]] in 1950, for the most notable ones. Rose vs. Wang has bonus points for being just two people sitting on a chair, talking and passing phone calls and yet still being intense as hell.
* AwesomeMusic:
SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: [[AwesomeMusic/RoseGunsDays See the page.]]
* CanonSue: Leo is often accused of being this, and not without reason. In 1947 it seems like nothing important can happen without him being involved in some way. It was toned down in the manga though, even if he's still {{Badass}}.
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* FunnyMoments: Oliver, Nina and Charles introduction, which has the three of them getting lost because Oliver didn't want to ask for directions, and then Oliver again mistaking an old lady for the "young girl" they were supposed to meet, the three of them speaking very loudly (in a ''hospital''). Add to that Zel watching the whole scene completely baffled and you have a hilarious EstablishingCharacterMoment.

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* FunnyMoments: SugarWiki/FunnyMoments: Oliver, Nina and Charles introduction, which has the three of them getting lost because Oliver didn't want to ask for directions, and then Oliver again mistaking an old lady for the "young girl" they were supposed to meet, the three of them speaking very loudly (in a ''hospital''). Add to that Zel watching the whole scene completely baffled and you have a hilarious EstablishingCharacterMoment.



* MagnificentBastard: Gabriel. It says something that [[spoiler:him being the culprit of Stella and Yūji's murder would have ''never'' been discovered if not for Butler's betrayal because of something he couldn't have anticipated. Nobody in Primavera suspects him even after the climax is over.]] And for that matter, Butler might count too [[spoiler:considering how he manages to off Gabriel while passing it as Richard's vengeance.]]
* MoralEventHorizon: Gabriel [[spoiler:killing Yûji in a ''horrible'' way, with a huge smile plastered on his face, juste to further his plan]] probably made even [[VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry Bernkastel]] and [[Manga/HiganbanaNoSakuYoruNi Higanbana]] cover their mouths in horror.

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* MagnificentBastard: Gabriel. It says something that [[spoiler:him being the culprit of Stella and Yūji's murder would have ''never'' been discovered if not for Butler's betrayal because of something he couldn't have anticipated. Nobody in Primavera suspects him even after the climax is over.]] over]]. And for that matter, Butler might count too [[spoiler:considering how he manages to off Gabriel while passing it as Richard's vengeance.]]
vengeance]].
* SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome: Basically every year's climax has at least one awesome duel scene for one of the main characters, be it [[YouShallNotPass Leo vs. 40 men]] in 47, Rose vs. Wang in 48, Keith [[spoiler:spotting and shooting the sniper who just killed Stella]] in 49 or [[spoiler:Richard vs. Gabriel]] in 1950, for the most notable ones. Rose vs. Wang has bonus points for being just two people sitting on a chair, talking and passing phone calls and yet still being intense as hell.
* MoralEventHorizon: Gabriel [[spoiler:killing Yûji in a ''horrible'' way, with a huge smile plastered on his face, juste just to further his plan]] probably made even [[VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry Bernkastel]] and [[Manga/HiganbanaNoSakuYoruNi Higanbana]] Manga/{{Higanbana|NoSakuYoruNi}} cover their mouths in horror.



* ToughActToFollow: As 07th Expansion's first post-Franchise/WhenTheyCry series (barring [[Manga/HiganbanaNoSakuYoruNi Higanbana]], which has a peculiar format), the work was received positively overall, but the fans still consider that it doesn't quite live to its predecessor's standards, notably in terms of character depth.
* WhatTheHellCostumingDepartment: The owner of the bread shop where Jeanne works wears a very… [[http://www.hostingpics.net/viewer.php?id=325993Prsident.png interesting apron.]]

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* ToughActToFollow: As 07th Expansion's first post-Franchise/WhenTheyCry series (barring [[Manga/HiganbanaNoSakuYoruNi Higanbana]], Manga/{{Higanbana|NoSakuYoruNi}}, which has a peculiar format), the work was received positively overall, but the fans still consider that it doesn't quite live to its predecessor's standards, notably in terms of character depth.
* WhatTheHellCostumingDepartment: WTHCostumingDepartment: The owner of the bread shop where Jeanne works wears a very… very... [[http://www.hostingpics.net/viewer.php?id=325993Prsident.png interesting apron.]]apron]].
21st Oct '15 7:06:23 AM Willbyr
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* ToughActToFollow: As 07th Expansion's first post-WhenTheyCry series (barring [[Manga/HiganbanaNoSakuYoruNi Higanbana]], which has a peculiar format), the work was received positively overall, but the fans still consider that it doesn't quite live to its predecessor's standards, notably in terms of character depth.

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* ToughActToFollow: As 07th Expansion's first post-WhenTheyCry post-Franchise/WhenTheyCry series (barring [[Manga/HiganbanaNoSakuYoruNi Higanbana]], which has a peculiar format), the work was received positively overall, but the fans still consider that it doesn't quite live to its predecessor's standards, notably in terms of character depth.
11th Sep '15 10:30:03 AM Willbyr
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* MoralEventHorizon: Gabriel [[spoiler:killing Yûji in a ''horrible'' way, with a huge smile plastered on his face, juste to further his plan]] probably made even [[UminekoNoNakuKoroNi Bernkastel]] and [[HiganbanaNoSakuYoruNi Higanbana]] cover their mouths in horror.

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* MoralEventHorizon: Gabriel [[spoiler:killing Yûji in a ''horrible'' way, with a huge smile plastered on his face, juste to further his plan]] probably made even [[UminekoNoNakuKoroNi [[VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry Bernkastel]] and [[HiganbanaNoSakuYoruNi [[Manga/HiganbanaNoSakuYoruNi Higanbana]] cover their mouths in horror.



* ToughActToFollow: As 07th Expansion's first post-WhenTheyCry series (barring [[HiganbanaNoSakuYoruNi Higanbana]], which has a peculiar format), the work was received positively overall, but the fans still consider that it doesn't quite live to its predecessor's standards, notably in terms of character depth.

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* ToughActToFollow: As 07th Expansion's first post-WhenTheyCry series (barring [[HiganbanaNoSakuYoruNi [[Manga/HiganbanaNoSakuYoruNi Higanbana]], which has a peculiar format), the work was received positively overall, but the fans still consider that it doesn't quite live to its predecessor's standards, notably in terms of character depth.
4th Jul '15 12:49:47 PM Lyendith
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* AudienceAlienatingPremise: Many people who read the synopsis have the impression that it will be a nationalistic tale about brave Japanese fighting evil Americans and Chinese. It's not, as the story is quite critical on the Japanese mentality, most antagonists are Japanese, and [[GrayAndGreyMorality every side has some degree of moral ambiguity]], but the setting is still very sensitive.

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* AudienceAlienatingPremise: Many people who read the The synopsis have the impression that drives many people away, thinking it will be a nationalistic tale about brave Japanese fighting evil where Americans and Chinese. It's not, as Chinese are the "bad guys". Actually the story is quite critical on the Japanese mentality, most antagonists are Japanese, and [[GrayAndGreyMorality every side has some degree of moral ambiguity]], but the setting is and themes are still very sensitive.
4th Jul '15 11:46:29 AM Lyendith
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* AudienceAlienatingPremise: Many people who read the synopsis have the impression that it will be a nationalistic tale about brave Japanese fighting evil Americans and Chinese. It's not, as the story is quite critical on the Japanese mentality and most antagonists are Japanese, but the setting is still very sensitive.

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* AudienceAlienatingPremise: Many people who read the synopsis have the impression that it will be a nationalistic tale about brave Japanese fighting evil Americans and Chinese. It's not, as the story is quite critical on the Japanese mentality and mentality, most antagonists are Japanese, and [[GrayAndGreyMorality every side has some degree of moral ambiguity]], but the setting is still very sensitive.
4th Jul '15 11:41:48 AM Lyendith
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* AudienceAlienatingPremise: Many people who read the synopsis have the impression that it will be a nationalistic tale about brave Japanese fighting evil Americans and Chinese. It's not, and most antagonists are actually Japanese, but the setting is still very sensitive.

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* AudienceAlienatingPremise: Many people who read the synopsis have the impression that it will be a nationalistic tale about brave Japanese fighting evil Americans and Chinese. It's not, as the story is quite critical on the Japanese mentality and most antagonists are actually Japanese, but the setting is still very sensitive.
4th Jul '15 11:37:14 AM Lyendith
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* HoYay: Quite a bit of it between Caleb and Miguel, in 1947 particularly. Also between Wang and Meijiu in 1948.

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* HoYay: Quite a bit of it between Caleb and Miguel, especially in 1947 particularly.the manga. Also between Wang and Meijiu in 1948.
4th Jul '15 11:36:19 AM Lyendith
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* AudienceAlienatingPremise: Many people who read the synopsis have the impression that it will be a nationalistic tale about brave Japanese fighting evil Americans and Chinese. It's not, and most antagonists are actually Japanese, but the setting is still ''very'' sensitive.

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* AudienceAlienatingPremise: Many people who read the synopsis have the impression that it will be a nationalistic tale about brave Japanese fighting evil Americans and Chinese. It's not, and most antagonists are actually Japanese, but the setting is still ''very'' very sensitive.
4th Jul '15 11:28:47 AM Lyendith
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* AudienceAlienatingPremise: Many people who read the synopsis have the impression that it will be a nationalistic tale about brave Japanese fighting evil Americans and Chinese. It's not, and most antagonists are actually Japanese, but the setting is still ''very'' sensitive.
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