Nelipot is a Fanime
created by Youtube
user Ssleepie. It follows the protagonist Lamb, who runs the temporarily named "Justice Club" whist attending a school for the Gifted and unique.
The show consists of just three episodes so far, and can be found here.
Nelipot contains examples of:
- Animesque: Expected as the show is a Fanime, although it's less noticeable than some.
- Bishie Sparkle: When Lamb sees Marmalade.
- Blush Sticker: One of Moe's near-constant features.
- Kokyo also gains them briefly in episode 2.
- Bumbling Dad: Marmalade's dad seems to be one.
- Censor Box: When Mako is talking about tilde one of these appears over his lower body.
- One also shows up over Coyne's mouth, coinciding with the trope below.
- Cluster Bleep Bomb: Marmalade and Coyne in episode 3.
- Christmas Episode: The Christmas special.
- Cute Witch: Marmalade seems to be one of these.
- Extranormal Institute: The school they go to is for "the gifted," with students who are vampires, demons, angels and witches to name a few.
- Eye Catch: All episodes so far have featured one.
- Eyepatch of Power: Tilde's Star... eye patch... thing...
- Faceless Masses
- Friendship Song: Marmalade sings one of these in the Christmas special.
- Guy-on-Guy Is Hot: Moe seems to think so.
- Hey, It's That Voice!: Tilde is almost instantly recognisable as sharing Fu Fu Furi Furi Pupi's voice actor.
- The voice of Cookie Dude also does Kokyo, although it's slightly less noticeable.
- Ms. Exposition: Mako has appeared for just one episode, and has so far done nothing but offer exposition on Ranking, Idols and Tilde.
- Recurring Dreams: Kokyo's nightmare in episode 3, according to marmalade he hadn't had one in a while.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: The Gym teachers eyes are usually pink, but flash red whenever she says anything violent and/or scary.
- Tidle's eyes could also count, being a Vampire.
- Ridiculously Human Robot: The Gym teacher.
- School Idol: Students in the highest tier of the school's ranking system are called idols.
- Shock and Awe: The wand marmalade stole from her dad's stuff.
- Throw It In: Kokyo's mistakes in episode 2 are left in.
- Coyne's mistakes are left in episode 3 too.
- Transformation Trinket: The "Coil" devices seem to work as these.
- Tsundere: Kokyo shows some Tsundere-esque tendencies at times.
- Who Names Their Kid "Dude"?: Lamb, Marmalade, Tilde the Third... the list goes on.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Lamb's is blue, Marmalade's and Coyne's is pink, Moe's is green, and Kokyo's is brown with a bright pink streak.