According to Hayate, Archer's romantic situation might as well qualify him for this. Not surprising, considering whoheis...
Arc Words: "All according to plan." It gets sort of annoying after a while, since no one ever really explains what the plan is. But Archer, Caster-Hayate, Berserker and Chao Lingshen are all in on it... somehow...
Arch-Enemy: Green Lantern-chan's arch enemy is Sinestro. He honestly finds it embarrassing that his greatest enemy who has defeated him in the past is a 10-year old girl.
"Precia Testarossa, you are under arrest for multiple counts of child abuse, negligence, and being a BAD MOTHER!" Green Lantern cried. "Oh, and the TSAB, the JSDF and Oa want to talk to you about reckless use of Lost Logia, destruction of public property and illegal research or something. And we'll probably give you medical attention somewhere along the way, because we're nice. But we'll be surly about it!"
And Fate tries to do it to Vita:
"I am this girl's friend," Fate said softly, the way a blade on a velvet sheath is soft. "I am one who owes her my life, and my soul, and my freedom. TSAB temporary mage, Fate Testarossa. And by my authority, you are under arrest for assault, destruction of private property, vandalism, disturbance of the peace, and being a bloody nuisance. If you do not resist, you will be granted the chance to plead in you own defense." Fate's form shifted, becoming more belligerent. "Please resist."
And in the battle against the Book of Darkness:
It was Sakura who'd cast the spell, Rin's sister Sakura, floating above them all, clad in the black of the Noble Phantasm Armor of Darkest Night, a dark purple triangular glyph glowing beneath her. "Book of Darkness!" she cried. "For putting innocents in danger!"
Evangeline should get a mention here. She's already a grade-A Badass in canon, but during the Mahora Raid, her badasssery is amped Up to Eleven. Despite having her Power Limiter augmented by Chao, and also the flu, she came close to killing Vita using Razor Floss. Yes, a physically ten-year-old with the flu come close to killing a magical berserker (albeit with inner restriction).
"Sacred Heart! Raging Heart! Bardiche! Reinforce! SET UP! Come at me, abominations! I am Vivio of the Justice League, last of the Green Lantern Corps! I am the Saint King! I am the Torchbearer! I am Ion, daughter of heroes! Look at me and know your doom! My counter-attack begins now!"
Badass Cape: Tuxedo Kamen's cape, which can also function as a weapon.
Badass Creed: Nanoha's transformation aria has taken a level in Badass:
"I am the one who has been given a mission. Under the contract, release these powers. The winds are in the sky, the stars are in the heavens, the light is in my hands and the power is in my heart! And I shall shed my light over dark evil, for the dark things cannot stand the light, the light of the Green Lantern! Raging Heart Emerald Excelion, Set Up!"
"Magical Girl Green Lantern, Zenryoku Zenkai! Ready for action!"
Plus there's the Wolkenritter's oath:
“In days of peace, in times of war,
Protect our Queen forever more!
The five Clouds stand, we are her Knights!
To guard Hayate, our delight!”
Then there are the rest of the Lantern oaths. Apparently, while Larfleeze is still Agent Orange and the Indigo Tribe is still in charge of the Compassion part of the spectrum, the other four Corps are started by other anime characters rather than aliens, with oaths adjusted accordingly. They are, in order:
The Crimson Agency oath implied to include Negi Springfield in its ranks, if not as the founder!:
"With blood and rage of crimson red,
Ripped from a corpse so freshly dead!
Together with my hellish hate,
none other shall share in my fate!"
The Blue Angel oath which is shaping up to have been founded by Kinomoto Sakura:
"In fearful day, when without light…
With my heart full, my soul ignites!
When all seems lost, and black as night,
look to her star, for Hope burns bright…"
The Star Sapphire Oath (unchanged but still badass) of which Tomoyo is a member:
"For hearts long lost and full of fright,
For those alone in blackest night,
Accept our ring and join our fight -
Love conquers all - with violet light!"
And the oath of the Order of Fate Testarossa!:
"In blackest day, in endless night…
We turn our fears into our light!
Let all who wish to do what's right…
Join HER order, make tomorrow bright!"
And now the oath of the White Lanterns, who seem to have Tuxedo Kamen as a member going by the ring of the Earth King:
Archer And at some point, Berserker using Archer Class Card and infected Shamal using Book of Darkness
"I am the bone of my sword, steel is my body, and fire is my blood, I have created over a thousands blades! Unaware of loss, not aware of gain, withstood pain to create many weapons! I have no regrets, this the only path for a hero! My whole life was... UNLIMITED BLADE WORKS!!"
"I am the core of my sword, strong is my body, magic is my blood, I wield over a thousand spells! Unknowing to despair, unyielding to surrender, I have withstood solitude in defiance of darkness! And yet these hands shall never cease learning.... And thus I create, my UNLIMITED BLADE WORKS!!"
Badass Normal: Tuxedo Kamen. He didn't have the ability to fly but he still managed to give Signum a headache.
Busman's Holiday: Superman laments that this happens to him whenever he takes a vacation somewhere other than Smallville. Batman refuses to believe that the 'vacation curse' is real, so he takes a vacation in Japan and makes it a Busman's Holiday on purpose.
Batman just planned on beating up petty criminals, and to someone who deals with the likes of The Joker, that is a vacation. Of course, he then ends up involved in the Holy Grail War, proving that You Can't Fight Fate.
When Nanoha got attacked by the Wolkenritter, Ring-chan calls for help. It's responded to by Ala Alba, Illya and Miyu, the Sailor Senshi, Sakura and Superman. In a subversion, this actually makes the situation worse, since this is giving the Wolkenritter exactly what they want - a lot of people with magical power to drain - and their poor teamwork results in Negi and Eternal Sailor Moon getting drained.
When the Wolkenritter attacked Sakura, Vita is goaded by Tomoyo into saying "You and What Army?"; Tomoyo's Bodyguard Squad (along with Deathstroke, Deadshot, David Cain, and Lady Shiva!) promptly pulls this off.
When Usagi got cornered by Vita, she manages to buy time with ice cream (It Makes Sense in Context) and Sailor Jupiter is finally able to pull this.
Chainsaw Good: One of Yuuno's ring constructs is a rain of chainsaws. One of Nanoha's ring constructs is Bruce-kun, a large shark with chainsaws for teeth.
The Chosen Many: The Magical Girl Alliance. Until now no one's taken the time to seek them out and exchange cell phone numbers. Also inverted, the newest and youngest magical girl (i.e. Nanoha) is the one to create the organization.
The Wolkenritter are also very fanatical when it comes to Hayate.
Combining Mecha: The heroes resort to this against a Godzilla-shaped Invader, because Green Lantern-chan's psyche is conditioned to believe that Godzilla is unbeatable. The mecha gets bonus point for taking Evangelion shape.
The Corruption: Downloading Kotomine's Heart of Pure Evil (TM) into the Book of Darkness after it was damaged by Asuna seems to have some adverse impacts on the Wolkenritter.
Could Have Avoided This Plot: Before giving his Linker Core to the Wolkenritter, Archer explains that, yes, all the enemies they faced before would have gladly given their own Linker Cores without resistance if they had acted more diplomatically and explained everything before resorting to violence.
Similarly, swords are listed between every other item in Archer's section of the Book of Darkness.
Door Stopper: Nanoha's weekly reports to Oa tend to be these. It's not unheard of for them to top 500 pages.
Dragged into Drag: After 3-A learns that Green Lantern thinks that Negi is a girl, they start stealing his clothing and replacing them with girl's outfits.
The Dreaded: Nanoha apparently becomes this in the future. Tomoyo counts already, if Kuro's reaction to meeting her in Unequally Rational And Emotional is anything to go by. Then there's Evangeline especially. Nanoha herself is so terrified of Eva that merely hearing her name causes her to have a Heroic BSOD.
Dreaming of Things to Come: Shown several times during the series, regarding a horrible scenario where Sailor Pluto had to sacrifice herself. It was Kinomoto Sakura's dream. Probably induced by the Spectre/Alicia Testarossa.
Drowning My Sorrows: Sailor Pluto really hasn't taken the demotion of Pluto to a Dwarf Planet well...and it's treated as comedy. Once they get her off the bottle, though, she becomes a Lady of War to compensate.
Empathic Weapon: Special mention to Ring-chan, the first and only Power Ring to develop his/her own consciousness among all the Corps' Power Rings. It seems to have issues with Raging Heart...
Erotic Eating: Vita eating ice cream for the first time is rather disturbingly suggestive.
Fridge Logic: Used in-universe. The heroes deduce how long the villains have been on earth via exploring the Fridge Logic of a reference to This Very Wiki. If they found that particular page, it means that they've found the site and been on it for a while, which means that they've been surfing the internet, which means they've been here long enough to have plenty of free time... GET BACK TO WORK, GIRLS!
Future Badass: Archer, of course, in more ways than usual. For one, he seems to have about three dozen more IQ points than Shiro. He frequently expresses astonishment at how much of a useless idiot he was back in the day.
The Caster of Fate/Zero, Hayate Yagami. Sakura's symbiosis with Reinforce handily shows how powerful the Book of Darkness is, but Kotomine's dark copy of Hayate demonstrates exactly how absurdly powerful one can get when one can combine the powers of Negi, Nanoha, Archer, the Sailor Senshi, and many others.
Genre Savvy: Batman decides not to "visit" Mahora Academy because the universe said not to.
Additionally, everybody knows how often ninjas end up dealing with tentacle monsters. This one zigzags between accurate savvy and Wrong Genre Savvy.
Hearing Voices: comes up often as a Running Gag that starts with how it's a perfectly normal day and ends with someone hearing voices in their head.
Heroic Willpower: One of Berserker's Noble Phantasms is Oath Against All Evil, which enables him to control his Servant-class power and mind. Anyone familiar with Fate/stay night knows how destructive and uncontrollable the Berserker class is.
I Regret Nothing: Chamo, after looking up the skirts of the Magical Girl Association.
It Runs in the Family: The Joker's homicidal mania and tendency to sexualize his obsession with nemeses are heritable, even if his particular idiosyncrasies aren't.
Nanoha's obliviousness seems to be hereditary too. It's even discussed near the end of Chapter 28.
Jurisdiction Friction: When Chrono tries to assert himself as an official of the Time Space Adminstration Bureau, Nanoha, as the local official of the Green Lantern Corps, puts a quick end to it.
KidAnova: Negi, who has finally gotten Genre Savvy about it and begun to use it to his advantage.
"Oh, crap," [Chisame] whispered. "He's hit puberty! We're all doomed!"
Lady of War: Several. Signum, Lady Shiva who manages to knock-out Zafira in hand-to-hand combat and looks incredibly cool while doing it, Sailor Pluto who combined this with Drunken Master, and Tomoyo, although maybe too young for this trope, but manages to keep her calm and her mysterious, saintly smile (c) even when attacking the Wolkenritter and trying to rip Vita a new one.
A Mind Is a Terrible Thing to Read: Averted for the most part. There is nothing inherently wrong or dangerous about reading other people's minds and Nodoka finds it an effective way of coordinating a large scale force. However, she stays away from Haruna's mind because it is a scary place.
Mood Whiplash / Description Cut: Done in this chapter of FATE: Holy Grail War of 2814. A description of Emiyas shoved into a life threatening situation cuts to Death doing random things like a Sudoku puzzle. It's foreshadowing that no, nobody is going to die.
Mundane Wish: When offered a wish by Kyubey, Misaka asks for the skills necessary to get and hold down a well-paying job.
Mutually Exclusive Magic: By Word of God, a person can only use one type of magic. Either Magecraft (Fate/stay night), Mid-Childan/Belkan Magic (Nanoha), or Wizardry (Negima). The only exception to this is Sakura who, being bonded to the Tome of the Night Sky, can use everything that's been downloaded into it, including certain Servants' Noble Phantasms, and all three types of magic. She's basically described as a "Broken Game Character".
Must Not Die a Virgin: Suzuka attempts this with Alisa when they get pulled into a barrier by the Book of Darkness. Alisa doesn't go for it.
Oblivious Younger Sibling: Nanoha has yet to realize that her sister Miyuki's relationship with their brother is not sisterly, despite having walked past a three-way make-out session between Miyuki, Kyouya, and Shinobu, and seeing Naked Apron Miyuki coming out of Kyouya's room in the morning (Given that Miyuki is biologically Kyouya's cousin, not his sister, it's not as naughty as it seems, but still). This is mainly due to Nanoha being too tired or too preoccupied with work to pay close attention to what's going on at home.
When Nanoha hears a mysterious voice in her head, she knows that it means trouble. It's just about evolved into a Running Gag.
The Sailor Senshi always panic whenever they hear that there's new a Magical Girl, thinking they're going to die. Again.
One Steve Limit: Averted. So far there are a few name overlaps: Shirou (Emiya and Takamachi), Setsuna (Meioh and Sakurazaki), Sakura (Kinomoto and Tohsaka), Fate (Testarossa and Averunncus), Yue (Ayase and Guardian of the Moon) and, if you squint, (Mizuno) Ami and Amy (Limietta).
Only Sane Man: Yuuno, most of the time. Superman handles the rest.
Panty Thief: Negi of all people, with Yuuno and Kotaro enlisted as help, in order to get back at the girls of his class for them treating him as - and dressing him as - a girl. Ayaka faints when she realizes that her little shota had been handling her underwear.
Police Code for Everything: Some of the numbered scenarios in the Green Lantern Handbook are oddly specific. For example, a 16887 means "Illegal disposal of a disposable pre-packaged beverage vessel by attempted forced ingestion into an endangered species of carnivorous luminescent crystal fungus".
Power Creep, Power Seep: The Wolkenritter's defenses have been gimped somewhat to allow fights with characters who couldn't do so ordinarily.
Here's the author's opinion of this trope in action, courtesy of Ch. 13 Author's Notes:
"I have come to the conclusion I'm too good a writer to be able to write Purple Prose. On the upside, it means I'm too good to write anything as horrible as Twilight. On the down side, it means I'm too good to write anything as marketable as Twilight. It was an actual labor to write it. I had to read SO many bad fics to even try to get it down. I couldn't stop laughing at how stupid it all was. Anyone who can do this and KEEP doing it for more than a thousand pages has... well, not talent, but some kind of anti-talent. Purple prose is HARD! Though I have also discovered, to my horror, that I have my own personal brand of Purple Prose. I need to lie down..."
Rule of Cool: For instance, Invader!Godzilla is so cool and the resulting battle so awesome that no one worries about whether or not it could work.
Rule of Funny: Lots of things happen for no reason other than humor, such as the Guardians of the Universe split amoung the three main camps of Nanoha shippers.
Secret Identity: Everyone. Chrono now has a Secret Identity as 'Tempus', and the Wolkenritter took to wearing masks so they couldn't be traced to Hayate. The entirety of Ala Alba ends up with codenames and masks of varying quality.
Stable Time Loop: The most probable explanation for why the universe isn't imploding when Archer teaches Shiro the finer points of his technique, as Archer worries. Archer gets up to a lot of this, going out of his way to make sure certain events happen, leaving it unclear if they would have happened the way he remembers if he hadn't interfered. The threesome with Rin and Saber, though, was worth risking the stability of space-time.
Additionally, it's implied that Future Hayate was the Servant Caster of the Fourth Grail War, and is responsible for the damage to the Tome of the Night Sky by sealing the Grail's corruption into it and turning it into the Book of Darkness.
It turns out that Future Hayate and Archer, based on their own "past" knowledge, developed a Gambit Roulette to manipulate the outcomes of the 4th and 5th Holy Grail Wars, before they died and were summoned to the past as Heroic Spirits. Berserker seems to be aware of their plans, if not a part of them himself, and plays along when necessary.
People keep getting mail from Chao Lingshen. It's entirely possible that she knew what to send and when to send it because she already knew what had been received and when.
Talking Down the Suicidal: Possibly the quickest and most epic invocation of this Trope ever. Reinforce has barely started to suggest that she sacrifice herself to stop the return of the Defense Program when Nanoha brutally tells her off for even thinking of doing so after all the sacrifices made for her sake. She then threatens to tell Hayate on her should she ever mention it again.
The Caster of the Fourth War Hayate Yagami also delivers one which also conforms with the above information.
Tara Strong: Voices Ring-chan. Yes, a voice actor in a text-only medium.
Setsuna blinked. "Why does your ring sound like a boy as voice[d] by Tara Strong?" she said.
Token Evil Teammate: Haruna Saotome, even more than in Negima. She laughs evilly more than ever, still considers everything in terms of how it will help her take over the world, and, most tellingly, has a tech person called "The Calculator", rather than "Oracle". Its actually Chisame and not Noah Cuttler, but given that she's named after him, and not the former Batgirl...
Kilowog's Green Lantern training was implied to be like this toward new recruits, but Nanoha surprisingly happily accept her training, much to the chagrin of her colleagues.
It should be noted that while Kilowog's was fine, Evangeline's absolutely terrified her at first. (And maybe not just at first. Nanoha only uses "-sama" for three people. The other two are Eternal Sailor Moon and Superman.)
Tv Tropes Will Ruin Your Life: The author admits that he's not only using TV Tropes heavily, but is trying to get on as many trope pages as possible. TVT has also ruined the lives of several of the characters themselves.
TV Tropes Will Ruin Your Vocabulary: Perhaps one of the first examples of a media in which the characters have more or less begun to suffer this; how much of it is the result of the author suffering from it is debatable.
Unusual Euphemism: The Wolkenritter use the terms "honest-to-Hayate", "Hayate-damned" and "Hayate damn it" when they swear.
Villain Override: Heroic version; one of Berserker's Noble Phantasms, Knight of Justice, enables him to control magical devices and even Green Lantern's ring without the user's permission.
Workaholic: Nanoha. On top of the Wolkenritter problem, she assists other magical girls with local problems, assists the japanese police, patrols her sector, works in her family's resturant, and completes all the paperwork necessary for her Green Lanter activities.
You Can Talk?: Everyone's reaction to Cassandra talking during the Wolkenritter attack on Mahora.
You Just Told Me: Averted. After finding that her artifact can read Sailor Moon's mind when looking for 'Serenity', Nodoka deliberately skips the first few pages, knowing that among the first entries will be something to the tune of 'Good thing she doesn't know my real name is XXXXX'.