Characters: Takamachi Nanoha Of 2814
This page is an incomplete listing of the characters appearing in Shadow Crystal Mage
- By-the-Book Cop: Not only does she follow every rule and regulation of both the GL corps and eventually the TSAB, she is the only one who has no problem with filing paperwork.
- Chick Magnet: As Fate Testarossa can attest.
- Clueless Chick Magnet: By virtue of being a Chaste Hero. Justified, given that she's only nine.
- The Dreaded: In the future, by both her fellow Lanterns and others.
- Drill Sergeant Nasty: Nanoha is still a combat instructor in this 'verse, but her teaching methods have been influenced by Evangeline and Kilowog. Yuuno is (comically) traumatized.
- Good Is Not Soft: She is the kindest and friendliest Space Cop you will ever meet, but if you're a criminal she will shoot you, in the face, with a Wave Motion Gun.
- Gosh Dang It to Heck!: As a kid who has no idea of how to swear, she says... Poot.
- The Hero: The cornerstone of the Magical Girl network and The Protagonist of the story.
- Heroic Willpower: She is a Green Lantern. It's part of the job description.
- Jurisdiction Friction: When Chrono shows up, she lays down the law:
- Magical Girl: Duh. It's still Nanoha, after all. She invokes the trope with the Transformation Sequence and By The Power Of Grey Skull. Her title here is "Magical Girl Green Lantern-chan".
- My Card: She gives her contact information to other Magical Girls in case they need assistance.
- Not in the Face!: Nanoha insists that she never aims for the face. Fate and Arf insists otherwise.
- Oblivious to Love: She can see in "brightest day or blackest night" but she can't see that Fate is in love with her.
- Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: A Justified Trope in both cases.
- Evangeline. Nanoha becomes a wreck when she hears her name, but then again, so does anyone from the magical world.
- Her green lantern powers fail her around Godzilla because Japanese culture has conditioned her to believe he can't be defeated.
- Workaholic: Really likes being a Green Lantern; not even Abin Sur's backlog of paperwork deters her.
- Yin-Yang Bomb: Sort of. Combines the magic of Raging Heart and non-magical Green Lantern constructs with the Willpower Intermix System.
- Achilles' Heel: His weakness to magic comes up more often than he'd like.
- Lolicon: He's accused of this by tabloids because he works with a cute nine-year-old girl. Naturally, Luthor has a field day with it.
- Mentor Archetype: An older advisor for Nanoha. She smugly notes how her mentor can actively assist her, a perk "which other magical girls only dream about".
- Covert Pervert: She doesn't look at Chrono's girl-on-girl porn and nor does she fantasize about Nanoha in Naked Apron.
- Secret Identity: Black Reaper-Chan.
- Shock and Awe: Her lightening power is defined as possessing greater punch than Negi's but less volume, i.e. she can't bring down an army with one spell but her's will hurt more.
- Distaff Counterpart: She's the schoolgirl version of Lex Luthor; cunning, ruthless, rich, and obessed with the local superhero in a sexual manner.
- The Fake Cutie: She has a trademarked "Saintly mysterious smile" when there is nothingly saintly about her.
- Good Shepherd: She once gave a sermon to the Knights of Hayate about how wonderful and forgiving the goddess Sakura is and how they can all be friends as long as they don't attack Sakura. Then she brought out the fire arms.
- Hypocritical Humor: She has no respect for Lex Luthor because he has a "homoerotic obession" with the local superhero.
- Token Evil Teammate: FAR worse than Kuro. The main reason she is not a complete villain is because of her dear Sakura-chan.
- The Pope: She is the founder of the Church of Sakuraism. She's also its only member.
- Yandere: For her precious Sakura-chan she will kill anyone.