Boys Und Sensha-do is a Girls und Panzer fanfic by Stellar Magic about boys getting involved in sensha-do. After Oarai wins the tankery tournament under Miho's leadership, it is able to stay open, but as it requires more students, it becomes coed. Among them is Akio Sakai, a teenage boy who comes from a family that does Sentoki-do (essentially, tankery with fighter planes), but has not been willing to take part in Sentoki-do since his father's death in an accident. He, and several of the other male arrivals choose to take part in tankery, as one of the few electives suited to them. But even as boys start getting involved in tankery and more schools join tankery, some more traditional individuals, including Miho's mother oppose those changes.The fic can be found here. A liveblog by Valiona can be found hereNeeds Wiki Magic Love
For Akio, it's anyone treating members of their family poorly, especially casting them out of the family, which hits hard for him because he lost his father. He also dislikes Maho because he believes she is not there for Miho enough, but while Miho's defending her sister doesn't convince him, he doesn't press the issue.
For Shiho, it's having her personal honor questioned, as seen when she loses her temper when Saburo and Akio each give a "The Reason You Suck" Speech against her.
Maho: Mother, when you considered this, did you even think about Miho's feelings?
Shiho: Sentimentality is a grave extravagance for a soldier, Maho. Miho has blossomed outside our family... could you see her taking a post in the Self Defense forces? Becoming an officer? By disinheriting her, I have done the best for her...She will no doubt find her own way forward.
Maho: But what about her happiness, mother? She loves you and you cast her out... don't you see how much that has hurt her. She wants to make you proud... why do you think she persisted in sensha-do as a freshman? You have hurt her mother.
Cherry Tapping: The Porsche Tiger can take out the Type 89 with a machine gun, something that is often used for goading tanks into moving somewhere. The author's notes and dialogue point out that the Type 89's armor is that weak.
Fandom Specific Plot: This is not the first fic to do the "boys in tankery" plot, but it's one of the better-known ones. To a lesser extent, the boys flying fighter planes is another fandom specific plot, although it has yet to be implemented into the fic itself.
Flanderization: Shiho initially becomes even more of a Jerkass and an awful mother here. Later chapters, however, suggest that she at least claims to have Miho's well-being in mind.
Foil: The Nishizumis and the Sakais are often contrasted, especially in Akio's more Americanized mother, and how the Sakais were willing to accept Akio's refusal to get into Sentoki-do because of his fear of flying.
Freudian Excuse: Akio's fear of flying is the result of his father's fiery death in a plane crash.
The Friend Nobody Likes: Shark Team isn't especially close with each other, with only Akio and Masaru being close to each other, as well as the other two boys, but all of them find Heishi annoying.
General Failure: Momo is just as ineffective of a leader as in canon, which leads to severe problems when she's forced to step in for Miho while she's injured. It gets bad enough that Erwin has to relieve Momo of command.
Get Out: Akio tells this to Shiho after she disowns Miho.
Henpecked Husband: Miho’s father is implied to be this, as Miho says that "(her) mother runs the family and really dominates over (her) father." He did, however, object to her disowning Miho.
Hypocrisy Nod: After Miho gets hit in the chest by a shell, and implies that this happened to her before, Akio tells her that sticking her head out of the tank to look around is dangerous. She tells him that he does it, too, and he concedes it, but says he's following her lead.
I Did What I Had to Do: Shiho views disowning Miho in this light, believing that it's for Miho's own good as much as the family's.
Idiot Ball: Mako, typically Oarai's best driver, suffers a drastic loss of competence around the time she almost runs over Miho.
Ignored Epiphany: In light of Shiho's once again planning on disowning Miho, her clapping for Miho's victory in the tournament can be seen as this, although it later turns out that Shiho wants Miho to find her own way of tankery, and disowns her in order to set her free.
I Have No Son: Shiho is still planning on disowning Miho in this fic, despite her winning against Maho's team. She carries out the threat in Chapter 7, while Miho is hospitalized, no less
Implausible Deniability: An injured Miho claims she can manage with everyday tasks by herself. It merely takes Akio lightly poking her in the ribs to show that she can't.
In-Series Nickname: The History Team calls Momo "Paulus" when she can't hear them, especially when things are going badly while she's leading them against Dalian.
Invisible Parents: Miho's father has been occasionally mentioned, but never seen. He doesn't even come to visit her when she's hospitalized.
The only reason Shiho decided to visit Miho in the hospital was to announce that she’s being disowned.
Hideyoshi chidingly tells Miho that six bruised ribs shouldn't be enough to stop one of Shiho's children from commanding a tanknote This comes off as even worse if you assume that Hideyoshi knows that Miho not only doesn't like her family's style, but has been disowned, and that as Miho and her team turned sensha-do into a mockery of what it was, she enjoys coaching one of their opponents.
Loads and Loads of Characters: Not only has a large amount of the Girls Und Panzer cast shown up so far, but there are also many original characters.
Love Triangle: One seems to be developing among Yoshi and the girls of Rabbit Team, with negative consequences for Ayumi and Yoshi's performance.
Named by the Adaptation: The Jagdpanther commander commonly known as "Jagdpanther-chan" in the fandom is called Pansako here.
No, You: Akio's response to Miho being called a disgrace is to say to Shiho, "The only one here that’s a disgrace here is you, Nishizumi."
Not-So-Harmless Villain: Anzio in the author's opinion, as he expresses that they have to use more unconventional tactics against Miho. Anchovy even mentions wanting to invoke this after her defeat, saying that she wanted to win to prove her school's not a joke.
Not So Stoic: Maho after Miho gets injured; she even cries when she sees Miho in the hospital.
Lady Grey: Nishizumi-sama, the defeat of your school has led to an expansion of the sport. Surely this is a good thing?
Shiho: Grey-sama, the participation of such schools as Ion Dumitru, Népe Boarding School, and Mt. Zion in this Federation may be beneficial, but that does not take away from the fact that tradition is being trampled upon—
Saburo: Nishizumi-sama, I suggest you reconsider your words. I have been searching for years as to whom you remind me of, Nishizumi... and I believe, at last, that I have figured it out. You, Nishizumi, are much like my superiors in the war. Clinging to tradition and seniority, believing themselves to be the ideal of our world, and all the while leading our nation to its own destruction.
Shiho: HOW DARE YOU!
Saburo How dare I? I dare speak the truth. What right does your school have to being the champions? What woman in their right mind plans to disown their own daughter for winning?
Woman: You, you plan on disowning Miho, Nishizumi-san?
Lady Grey: Whom is more honorable, the daughter or the mother?
Akio gives a brief one to Maho in Chapter 7, possibly unaware that all of Maho's efforts have been to allow Miho to live freely.
Akio: If I had a sister, I’d be there for her all the time. Not just when she’s in the hospital.
Soon afterward, Akio gives a longer one to Shiho.
Akio: The only one here that’s a disgrace here is you, Nishizumi. Victory or nothing? If that was true, wouldn’t Maho’s defeat have been enough for you to give her a chance? Miho is twice the tank commander you ever were Shiho.”
Shiho: I will not be spoken to in such a fashion!
Akio: It’s the only fashion you deserve to be spoken to. Sensha-do isn’t just about victory. It’s about camaraderie and friendship. Miho faced your team outnumbered more than two to one and she won. With her leadership a team made up of inferior tanks bested yours with their King Tigers, Maus, and Panthers. She beat Maho herself in a singular duel with a Panzer IV. Why are you punishing her for doing well?
Shiho: That is not what Sensha-do is about, little boy!
Akio: GET OUT! If you’re not claiming her as your daughter you have no right to be here.
Akio: MOM! Miho-chan's not my girlfriend... she's my sensha-do team's captain.
A subtler example happens after Akio ends up taking care of Miho while she's recovering from her injury in the match with Anzio, Senmonka comes to see him, and asks him what he and Miho did together. Akio says that he and Miho "spent some time working on some organizational stuff for the team," which is only part of what they did. Senmonka then decides to ask if they did anything else, making Akio want to hit him, but Akio inwardly concedes that the entire arrangement isn't so bad.
Skewed Priorities: The model club/Alligator Team complains about the modifications made to their KV taking away from historical accuracy, of all things.
Sliding Scale of Parent-Shaming in Fiction: Shiho is a Type III. She claims to also have Miho's interests in mind when she disowns her for not removing Mako from the team after almost running her over, but no one agrees with her.
So Proud of You: Shiho says this to Maho after she reveals that she has known that Maho was doing everything for Miho's sake.
Some of Akio's male teammates wonder how someone as quiet as Miho could have won the tournament.
Anzu, upon hearing that Saunders will field twice as many tanks to fight Oarai, declares that they weren't all that tough, despite Oarai barely having won against them in canon.
Ungrateful Bastard: While he's not the primary beneficiary of the help, Akio's response to Maho helping Miho by paying her rent after Miho gets disowned is to express disbelief and complain that she should have done more.
Unwitting Instigator of Doom: Two pop up in Chapter 6, with repercussions in Chapter 7. The gunner of the Semovente shoots Miho by accident. In the ensuing chaos, Mako almost makes the mistake of running over Miho. Miho, while disappointed in Mako, refuses to punish her, which results in her mother disowning her.
Voodoo Shark: In an example of trying to cover up a perceived inconsistency from canon, the author suggests that as Sensha-do is dangerous enough as it is, they are using simunition rounds and have mechanisms in place to simulate explosions and other effects of rounds hitting. This is not consistent with the effects some rounds have when striking targets besides tanks.
"Well Done, Son" Guy: Maho says Miho has always wanted to make her mother proud, which is why she stuck with tankery until the finals of the tournament in her freshman year.