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[[caption-width-right:340: Clockwise from left: [[{{Tsundere}} Fumino]], [[BrattyHalfPint Chise]] and [[CatGirl Nozomi]]]]

Tsuzuki Takumi is an OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent who lives with his [[NotBloodSiblings older sister Otome]]. He along with his childhood friend Serizawa Fumino run a patisserie called "Stray Cats". The name is apt as his sister often brings back stray cats. The story begins when one day, instead of a cat, something [[CatGirl unexpected]] is brought home!

Mayoi Neko Overrun! is a light novel series authored by Matsu Tomohiro, with illustrations done by Peko. For its manga adaptation, Kentaro Yabuki (''Manga/BlackCat'', ''ToLoveRu'') does the art.

An anime adaptation aired in the spring of 2010. Due to either experimentation or problems behind the scenes, the anime is unique. Every episode is directed by a new director.

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!!This series provides examples of:

* AccidentalPervert
* AdaptationDistillation - Predictably, both the anime and manga cut out a lot of idle conversation and less important events, leaving only major plot points.
* AdaptationExplanationExtrication - A reverse form takes place between the manga and light novels; Mikan claims the Stray Cats Patisserie makes good cakes, while in the light novel Takumi states that Otome only makes whatever heavy cakes won't spoil in a week before she goes crusading off again.
* AllJustADream - Happens to Nozomi and Takumi in the DVD extras.
* AnAesop - Each of the girls get one. See BrokenBird below.
* AnimationBump - A surprising variant, found in the next episode previews.
* ArmorPiercingSlap - Fumino delivers a particularly sharp one to Takumi in episode 9.
* AssKickingPose - PlayedForLaughs. Otome taught Nozomi how to do the Crane Stance to use when introducing herself (complete with a "MEOW!" in the end).
* AuthorAppeal - Thanks to Kentaro Yabuki illustrating the manga adaptation, Matsu Tomohiro has allowed him some degree of freedom with regards to the little details. This includes amping the fanservice UpToEleven and being able to insert characters from ToLoveRu (even though their stories have nothing in common, the ambiguity of the setting certainly helps with the cause).
** The characters also come off a whole lot curvier than Peko's original illustrations, but that can probably be attributed to Yabuki's usual drawing style.
* BalancedHarem - In the anime at least, none of the girls have a significant lead over the others with Takumi.
* BeachEpisode - Episode 9.
* BecauseYouWereNiceToMe - The reason why Chise tries so hard to be friends with Takumi's group is because Takumi was the only person who helped her up after she fell down.
* BitchInSheepsClothing - Kaho is probably one of these, with the manga clearly painting her in this light.
* BlatantLies - Fumino always (or almost always) means the opposite of what she says, due to Takumi encouraging her to do that when they were younger, and the other kids picked on her. As a result, in one episode she accidentally lets out an AnguishedDeclarationOfLove to him, only to try and play it off as a lie in the first place, thus [[StatusQuoIsGod restoring the status quo.]] Not that she seemed comfortable about that lie however...
* BleachedUnderpants - Peko, the illustrator for the light novels was also the character designer for, among other things, certain GirlsLove {{H-Game}}s.
* BoobsOfSteel - If you're a MessianicArchetype in the modern world, not only do you have to be the FriendToAllLivingThings, but you also have to know how to kick-ass. [[WaifFu Otome]] is the prime example for that.
* BreatheOnTheFan - Nozomi does it in the [[HotSpringsEpisode Onsen episode]].
* BrickJoke - In the beginning of first episode, Chise announces roles for Grand Braver on Summer Comicket. And then we have entire episode of Grand Braver, with such roles.
* BrokenBird - All of the chapters so far deal with the dilemmas and inner demons of each girl in Tsuzuki's UnwantedHarem:
** Nozomi [[spoiler:thought she was being a burden to Stray Cats for being a PrettyFreeloader as well as a orphan/stray]].
** Fumino [[spoiler:thought Tsuzuki didn't need her anymore now that Nozomi is starting to be productive at Stray Cats]].
** Chise [[spoiler:bought all the pastries in Stray Cats (and presumably threw them away) so that Tsuzuki would have more free time to have fun with her [[ParentalAbandonment since her parents are never around]]]].
* ButtMonkey - Chise for most part. Early on she often tries to gather the group together to do something, but they always bail out on her. In one episode, she appears by Takumi's classroom, only to have the door shut in her face by Ieyasu.
** Ieyasu at other times, especially to Fumino.
* TheCameo - ToLoveRu cameos: Mikan and Celine appear as regular customers of the Stray Cats. Magical Girl Kyouko appears on TV, Run does also, in her "Magical Kyouko villian" costume. One of Run's idol poster is seen and that old teacher appears as a customer too. Saki and her posse also attend a formal gathering in Chise's mansion. Mikan also returns with her friends [[spoiler:as a plot point when Chise starts buying all of Stray Cat's pastries]]. Kotegawa Yui has appeared in chapter 4, while the gang were looking for the owner of the black cat, who happen to be Mikan's teacher. Oshizu and Haruna also appear to be customers of Stray Cats as of chapter 6. And in chapter 7, Golden Darkness is bathing at the public bath they visit.
** Haruna!? [[CreatorBreakdown Here we go again.]]
** [[Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure The Fool, Iggy's Stand]] also appears as a sand sculpture in chapter 5 of the manga.
** In episode 3, Takumi throws a Melon Soda LightNovel/{{Akikan}} into the trash bin.
** Page 27 of Chapter 8 includes Lala, and a child who appears to be "kid Train."
*** Earlier on one of the videogames being played had the Maro, big sumo gravity taoist, in it fighting against Kyoko, both from Manga/BlackCat.
** In the second chapter, you can see a poster for Run's new single.
* CanNotSpitItOut - Both averted AND inverted. Fumino, being the resident {{Tsundere}}, always says the opposite of what she means in front of Takumi. She actually thinks about it before finally saying, [[spoiler:"I HATE YOU!!!"]]
** And this happens as early as the 2nd chapter of the manga, making this the ultimate AvertedTrope. When confronted by Takumi the following day, she makes it absolutely clear by saying, [[spoiler:"Of course, it was a lie."]]
*** As an added subversion, [[spoiler:Takumi [[GenreSavvy knows that Fumino lies about everything]] and concludes that 1) she loves him, 2) it wasn't a lie and 3) she basically confessed to him.]]
*** Further, in Chapter 7, Fumino thinks that she's confessed to Takumi "so often," but, she feels, he only ''looks'' like he understands.
*** The first episode of the anime shows Chise playing this trope straight, as her two maids, Satou and Suzuki, reveal how Chise waited outside Stray Cats for an opportunity to get a chance to help Takumi.
*** Fumino confesses to Takumi in episode 3 while they're looking for Nozomi, although nothing really seems to come of it.
* CatGirl - Nozomi. She is even mistaken for being a really big cat in the first episode of the anime, until Otome picks her up and brings her home. It does not help that parts of her hair resemble a pair of cat's ears... and shares [[Creator/AyanaTaketatsu the same seiyuu]] as [[Manga/KOn a certain guitarist associated with cats]].
-->'''Nozomi''': [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eEKUdugY6Yo&feature=related Nyaa]].
* CatSmile - Chise displays one during episode 5.
* CatchPhrase - Fumino's trademark "Die twice already!" and an occasional variation of "Die ten thousand times already!" [[spoiler:Apparently inspired by an unwitting Takumi from when they were kids.]]
** Chise has one as well. She frequently says "Tsuzuki, hand!" to Takumi whenever she wants to hold his hand.
* CherryBlossoms: Seen during Chise's flashback in episode 5, when she first entered middle school and met Takumi.
* ClingyJealousGirl: Fumino, and how.
** A hilarious incident happens in episode 9 on the beach. Takumi falls down near Nozomi while evading Chise's attempts to hit him during the SmashingWatermelons event. He gets up, and Nozomi suddenly grabs him. Both Fumino and Chise scream and in the very next scene, his sister wonders how he got two black eyes.
--> '''Otome''': Are you okay?
--> '''Takumi''': I was assaulted by two aggressive cats.
* TheComicallySerious - Nozomi and her Bloots
* CoolPlane - [[{{Ojou}} Chise]]'s round-the-world travel plane is a [[RealLife/CoolPlane Northrop Grumman B-2 "Spirit" Stealth Bomber]].
* {{Cosplay}}: Occurs constantly during the Jenga game.
* CPRCleanPrettyReliable - Happens in chapter 5 of the manga when [[spoiler: Takumi almost drowned]]. Doubles as Kaho's FirstKiss.
** It was Takumi's FirstKiss also, if his reaction at the end of the chapter was any indication.
* CryCute - Pretty much all of the girls, but especially Chise in episode 5 after Takumi says that she's his friend.
* CuteLittleFangs - Fumino has one, and it only serves to amplify her cuteness.
** Nozomi does too, and it's even cuter than Fumino's.
* ADayInTheLimeLight - Episode 5 focuses largely on Chise and gives her a lot of CharacterDevelopment.
* DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale: No one seems to bat an eye when Fumino beats up the male characters.
* EmotionlessGirl - Nozomi, whose default mood happens to be this. She rarely shows emotion on her face, and is generally quiet for most part. [[spoiler:However, when Takumi tells her she could treat him as she did an important family member, she is touched by his words and cries.]]
* HairDecorations
* ExpressiveHair - While the "ears" on top of Nozomi's head are nothing more than hair, they still move around like they were cat ears.
* {{Fanservice}} - Much more so in the manga than its other iterations. (In particular, Chapter 7 is a nipple bonanza.)
** The preview for episode 10 is exclusively shots of Suzuki and Sato's tanned, [[{{Nosebleed}} barely-clothed bodies]].
* Expy: Otome's appearance and behavior make her a lot similar to [[VideoGame/TheIdolMaster Azusa Miura]].
* FunnyBackgroundEvent - In episode 6, Takumi first sees a half fishman in the Amazon jungle. He tries to tell Fumino about it, but she just kicks him instead. Later in South America he sees a UFO flying around in the sky, and once again tries to get Fumino's attention, and gets kicked again. When they're in the Himalayas, he sees a sasquatch, but either due to being GenreSavvy, or being extremely sleep deprived, he just looks at it and casually mentions that seeing that isn't unusual at all.
* GamingAndSportsAnimeAndManga - For one episode. The game played is a cross between Jenga and Truth or Dare, with Kanae serving as CombatCommentator.
** It is a very obvious pastiche of ''Manga/{{Saki}}'', down to the lightning eyes and the shuffling machine animation.
* GenkiGirl - Otome and Kanae
* GenreSavvy - When seeing Takumi comes in with a badly bruised face, Ieyasu correctly concludes that Takumi got beat up for falling into someone's boobs, though he doesn't really believe it.
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar - This is '''[[http://www.mangafox.com/manga/mayoi_neko_overrun/v02/c007/26.html an us]]'''ual '''''(NSFW)''''' thing for Yabuki.
* GirlishPigtails: Suzuki wears her hair in twin braids.
* GodivaHair
* HotSpringsEpisode
* HyperspaceArsenal - Chise's maids. No, they don't ''have'' one... they ''[[http://www.mangafox.com/manga/mayoi_neko_overrun/v02/c007/11.html are]]'' [[http://www.mangafox.com/manga/mayoi_neko_overrun/v02/c007/12.html one]].
* IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming: Each light novels' title mentions adoption, and uses the cover character's form of speech. [[note]]Titles (from Chinese):1. It's not like I wanted to be picked up!/2. Did I permit you to pick me up?!/3. ...pick me up?/4. Watch me pick you all up and take you home ~ ![[/note]]
* IdiotHair: Otome.
* IJustWantToHaveFriends: Chise tries really hard at this...with mixed results until at least episode 5.
* ImagineSpotting: As Takumi reflects on his naked cabin adventures with Kaho, Ieyasu is able to see the bubble, making this an example of MediumAwareness as well.
* ImTakingHerHomeWithMe: Otome loves doing this, justifies she seems to have a good reason for it.
* InnocentFanserviceGirl: Nozomi and Kaho.
** Otome is one as well.
* InstantExpert: Nozomi is able to make a strawberry shortcake perfectly the first time, despite watching Otome's horrible attempt at it at first in episode 2.
* {{Keigo}}: Kaho always speaks this way.
* KungShui: being PlayedForLaughs, Fumino and Chise punch Ieyasu through a window when the Stray Cats commercial he was shooting was focusing on ... certain areas of the girls rather than the scenery they took the trouble to create for it.
* LapPillow: Episode 4.
* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: A text shows up revealing that Takumi has failed half of his tests before Takumi even knows the results, Takumi is shocked to see it...
** Takumi has another of his AccidentalPervert moments with Fumino, and [[http://www.mangafox.com/manga/mayoi_neko_overrun/v01/c004/46.html says]] this is a bit like ''ToLoveRu'' ... considering all the TLR characters showing up, including a minor one in the room with them at that very moment....
* LesYay[[invoked]] - ClassRep Kanae's '''enthusiastic''' reaction to walking in on Fumino, Otome, Nozomi, and Chise all in their underwear or less.
** Chise's two maids don P.E. uniforms in Chapter 6 - and, [[http://www.mangafox.com/manga/mayoi_neko_overrun/v02/c006/5.html well]].... Both subtle (they appear to be holding hands) and unsubtle (Suzuki's other forearm is ''completely'' up under Sato's T-shirt, with the hand apparently between her breasts). They've still each got an arm around the other's waist on the next page.
** The ClassRep again: one of the credits pages of Chapter 10 has a shot of her very deliberately (and with a big grin) grabbing [[http://www.mangafox.com/manga/mayoi_neko_overrun/v03/c010/3.html Fumino's butt with both hands]].
* LightningGlare - You can practically feel the static in the air when Fumino and Chise do this to each other in episode 8.
* LikesOlderWomen - Both of ThoseTwoGuys. Ieyasu once proclaimed he liked older girls. Both has shown some infatuation with Otome. Daigorou later engaged with Tamao.
* LuminescentBlush
* MaleGaze - Aside from various uses of the Super Sentai Stance, this is what Ieyasu put in the group's PV. They didn't find out until the video was done.
** Used quite often throughout the series, such as the focus on Fumino's legs in the first episode.
* MarshmallowHell - Otome likes to do this to Takumi.
* {{Megane}}: Ieyasu.
* MegatonPunch: Ieyasu suffers these a lot.
* {{Meido}} - Satou and Suzuki, Chise's two female servants. According to TheOtherWiki, they're teenagers, both attending the same school as the main characters.
* MomentKiller -- [[spoiler:At the end of Episode 9, when Chise shines that godawfully bright searchlight on Fumino and Takumi just as things were getting interesting]].
* MotorMouth: Chise
* [[MrFixIt Ms Fix It.]] - Nozomi fixes a disaster strawberry cake AND AN LCD TV.
* MundaneMadeAwesome
** Episode 4. The ping pong sequence. Most epic game of ping pong ever.
** Episode eight brings us awesome Jenga, borrowing many of the visual cues from ''Manga/{{Saki}}'', which the director of this episode also directed.
* MundaneUtility: Stray Cats Appreciation Society's promotional video costs one building destroyed, a whole jungle painted, and the Nazca Lines defaced beyond repair... [[spoiler:all for three meaningless minutes of {{Panty Shot}}s, but hey, at least it got a million views!]]
--> '''Takumi''': "I bet the cost of this scene (about 5 seconds) is higher than a whole large-scale 3-D action movie."
* [[NoblewomansLaugh Noblewoman's Laugh]]: Chise does this often.
** "Nyaa-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha!"
* {{Nosebleed}}: Ieyasu gets a modest one, complete with a LuminescentBlush and WingdingEyes, when he sees Otome in her bikini.
** Also Takumi in the anime opening.
* NotBloodSiblings: Takumi was adopted by Otome when he was younger.
* NotSoStoic: Nozomi at the end of the first arc/chapter/novel, replete with CooldownHug and CryCute.
* NotWhatItLooksLike: Takumi was mixing up something, probably cake frosting, when Chise and Fumino collided with him. Daigoro and Ieyasu walk in to find the three huddled together on the floor, with smears of white semi-liquid all over the girls' clothing and faces...
* {{Ojou}} - Chise. Overlaps with BrattyHalfPint.
** Kaho Chikumaen qualifies as this as well, if those Security Personnel behind her in the anime version are anything to go by.
* {{Omake}} - The [=DVDs=] include ''Mayoi Neko Neko Douga'', which are ~3 minute shorts that include dancing, short sketches, {{fanservice}}, and Rock Paper Scissors matches that end badly for the loser. It's close to Shaft without actually being so.
* {{Otaku}} - Ieyasu, to the point of being GenreSavvy. Chise also stays awake to watch DragonBall Kai.
* OutOfGenreExperience - Basically, the later half of the episodes are this.
* PacingProblems - Evident in the anime. Speech seems to be sugar rush fast in comparison to other anime shows. Episode four ''makes'' this trope, as the first 11 minutes of the episode are loaded with fast speech and are then followed by a minute and a half long ping pong sequence that hardly has any action besides arm movement and a ball. No dialogue, no real relevancy to the plot...
** The ping pong sequence doubles as a CrowningMomentOfFunny for the episode.
*** Then Kaho overuses formal speech when talking with Takumi to the point where you can't help but laugh.
** It's arguably just the style of the anime. And the fast paced speech gives way to slowed down Fanservice.
* PantyShot - Fumino accidentally gives Takumi a full view of her underwear whilst trying to get him to wake up, early on in the first episode. Surprisingly, that's the only time we get to see it for the entirety of the episode.
** Also at episode 4 [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ZSItugYMJg complete with epic ping pong.]]
** At the end of Episode 6 [[spoiler:when the rest of the Stray Cats Appreciation Society get a gander at the PV Ieyasu made after the worldwide Filming Project From Hell, many of these are shown. Cue Ieyasu making a speedy ascent into Low Earth Orbit.]]
* PlayboyBunny: Fumino [[{{cosplay}} cosplayed]] as this during the Jenga game, from the command on her block piece.
* RapunzelHair: Fumino, Nozomi, Chise, Otome.
* RecapEpisode: The bonus [[{{Metafiction}} metafictional]] episode 13, which has Fumino, Chise and Nozomi give [[DVDCommentary in-character commentary]] on the show, including the opening and ending sequences. Highlights include Fumino wondering why her PantyShot is the first thing after the opening, and Chise singing along with the ''Grand Braver'' theme.
** As well as Chise reciting one of [[ToAruMajutsuNoIndex Index's]] lines out of the blue.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: Subverted with Nozomi and Otome.
* RefugeInAudacity: Episode 4. An [[HotSpringsEpisode Onsen episode]] cranked UpToEleven. The male characters spend 90% of their screen time [[CensorSteam naked]], to begin with.
* RuleOfFunny - Apparently, typhoons can blow away THE MOON.
* RunningGag: Otome's bra.
* SchoolSwimsuit: Chise wears one for the swimsuit competition, despite her irritation to do so (it was sent to her from Kaho). Also seen being worn by Nozomi in one of Chise's travel scenarios in her head. Fumino wore one due to one of the command blocks she chose from the Jenga game.
* SeriousBusiness: The bloomers vs. [[SkirtOverSlacks spats]]/bike shorts war that the school erupts into. They even have their own ''anthems''.
** Also, when the group is filming a video for their club. Ieayasu takes his filming very seriously, going to various locales around the world.
* ShipperOnDeck: Not present with the actual characters, but the anime's opening and episode 9 really seem to favor Fumino.
* ShoutOut: [[http://www.mangatoshokan.com/read/Mayoi-Neko-Overrun/CxC-Scans/5/34 Hasta La Vista]], [[TheTerminator Ieyasu]]. Also counts as a CrowningMomentofFunny.
** Episode 11: Fumino's spirit combined with [[CodeGeass Geass!]]
*** [[CodeGeass All hail Bloomeria!]]
** Episode 12: OnePiece cosplay race!
** Chapter 4 deals with the question of a name for the club Chise's decided to form. Several rejected suggestions are shown on a whiteboard in one panel; they're all the names of clubs from other manga or anime, starting with [[LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya "SOS Brigade"]].
** Episode 8 starts out like something from [[Manga/{{Saki}} a certain Mahjong anime]].
** Episode 13: A ShoutOut to A Certain anime.
*** [[ToAruMajutsuNoIndex Your right hand is probably erasing the power of good luck.]]
**** One page of Chapter 7 has Chise biting Ieyasu in response to his insult towards her, much like what [[ToAruMajutsuNoIndex Index]] does to Touma.
** Episode 7 is a love-letter to the SuperRobot anime genre, or more specifically the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brave_series Yuusha meta series]], complete with {{JAM Project}}-esque intro by ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UYx0e3cQC44 Yoshiki Fukuyama]]''
* ShowerScene - Which is, more often than not...
** ShowerOfAngst - Where most of the {{Fanservice}} comes from. The shots are gratuitously uncensored in the manga (not even a hint of CensorSteam).
* ShowWithinAShow -- ''[[NinjaMaid Maid Ninja]] Kouga-chan''. Ieyasu even mentions the practice of CensorSteam, giving a hint as to what sort of anime it is.
** Also the [[{{Sentai}} Grand]] [[HumongousMecha Braver]] episode.
** And in keeping with the manga's ''ToLoveRu'' cameos, 'MagicalGirl Flame Kyouko'. Solving all sorts of problems by burning them!
* ShroudedInMyth - Outrageous tales about Otome's feats of heroism. From rescuing a burning village with only a bucket of water to smuggling an entire family away from greedy loan sharks.
** Then there's [[spoiler:rescuing stray children from the streets]]... [[TearJerker * sob* ]]
* SkinshipGrope - Kanae does this to Fumino in the second episode.
** Then in episode four Nozumi does this to both Fumino '''and''' Chise.
* SomethingCompletelyDifferent - Episode 7 takes the CombiningMecha SuperRobot ShowWithinAShow ''Yuusha Choujin Grand Braver'' and shows the entirety of its equally fictional 26th episode. [[VisionsOfAnotherSelf The cast matches up perfectly with the main show's]].
* SuperDrowningSkills - Ieyasu. Takumi surprisingly subverts this trope for [[UnluckyEverydude a harem lead]].
* SuperRobot: The ''[[ShowWithinAShow Yuusha Choujin Grand Braver]]'' episode, complete with HumongousMecha, CombiningMecha, and CallingYourAttacks.
* SuperSentaiStance - During the Stray Cats' worldwide filming expedition, this was the ''only'' thing filmed. In their school uniforms. In the freezing cold. They even had the colored smoke.
* TakeAThirdOption: Nozomi refuses to take a side in the bloomers vs. spats war as that would mean being forced to choose between her two best friends, so she [[spoiler:invents bloots and becomes a one-woman team]].
* TakeThat: Episode 6
-->'''Ieayasu''': I'm telling you that building's in the way, so move it!
-->'''Chise''': Can't we just erase it with CG later?
-->'''Ieyasu''': Those things are exactly the reason why movies are so bad these days!
* TeamMom - Otome when she's around, otherwise taken up by Fumino.
* ThirteenEpisodeAnime
* ThoseTwoGuys: Ieyasu and Daigorou, and, to a lesser extent, Satou and Suzuki, Chise's maids.
* {{Tsundere}} - Fumino; Takumi is GenreSavvy enough to know what she actually means from what she says. Further lampshaded by Ieyasu in the second episode. He even knows how to push hrt buttons. For example, business is failing and they want to garner PR by having Otome enter a swimsuit competition, but she can't because there aren't any swimsuits in her size, so Takumi asks Nozomi to enter for them, saying that Fumino doesn't like this kind of thing. Sure enough, Fumino gets flustered about it and joins.
* ATwinkleInTheSky - Happens to Ieyasu courtesy of Fumino and Chise after the promotional video they shot in episode 6.
* UnluckyEverydude - Tsuzuki Takumi initially comes off as this, but he proves to be more insightful and understanding than most of the other characters, being able to relate to Nozomi's situation and knowing Fumino's true feelings towards him (not to mention pacifying Chise when she drops her guard). This effectively makes him TheEveryman.
* UnwantedHarem - Poor Takumi.
* VerbalTic - Nozomi frequently uses "Nya" in her speech, which usually is translated as "Meow".
* WomanInWhite: Otome. Also, during filming of the Stray Cats commercial Takumi imagines Fumino, Nozomi,and Chise in white dresses in an autumn setting.
* YamatoNadeshiko - Kaho looks and seems the part and has a manipulative side to her.
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Otome's hair is blue, Nozomi's is a pale violet, and Naruko has reddish-pink.
* ZettaiRyouiki - Fumino has this at a Grade A, if only because she lacks the twintails.
** Grade A seems to be part of the Stray Cats' female uniforms as well.

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