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YMMV: Level E
  • Awesome Music: Both the opening (Cold Finger Girl) and ending (Yume ~Mugen no Kanata~).
  • Critical Research Failure: According to Word of God, the series is called Level E because he thought the english word "Alien" started with the letter E. When he was later corrected, he said he based it off of "E.T."
  • Fridge Brilliance: This series is made of moments that look like wall bangers until everything is revealed.
  • Ho Yay: The Prince and Yukitaka get this in spades during the first few episodes. The "I love cats" line got him many a raised eyebrow. Doesn't really get much better after the Prince revealed his true personality. Because, no matter how much Yukitaka claims to hate him he is still going to listen to him and even help him before he catches himself.
  • Inferred Holocaust: Subverted. After Yukitaka accidentally blows up the Prince's ship, a clip show plays of the funerals of those caught in the blast. Double subverted when it turns out that there were no casualties, much to Yukitaka's relief.
  • Iron Woobie: The mermaid of Horn.
  • Jerk Stu: Averted. Everybody hates the Prince of Dogra, but can't really do anything about it.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Well, sort of. The Prince genuinely likes earth and would rather not see it destroyed. He even helps Kyouko get the body he always wanted. Sure, he claims he did it because it was fun but who can ever really tell with him?
  • Magnificent Bastard: The Prince of Dogra. And he does it For the Lulz. Although once in a while he is Hoist by His Own Petard.
  • Nightmare Fuel: Evolution dealt to the Conwellians a truly bad hand.
  • Uncanny Valley: All the "inhabitants" of Calvary live deeply in it.

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