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* WouldHitAGirl: In episode 2, Rieg's hired hands are not averse to beating up the ladies when they try to stop hem dong their job. Rieg himself ends up pulling a sword on Ray near the end.

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* WouldHitAGirl: In episode 2, Rieg's hired hands are not averse to beating up the ladies when they try to stop hem them dong their job. Rieg himself ends up pulling a sword on Ray near the end.


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* {{Tomboy}}: Mai and Mami seem pretty boyish-looking for teenage girls, if their mannerisms aren't always.

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* {{Tomboy}}: Mai and Mami seem pretty boyish-looking for teenage girls, if their mannerisms aren't always.always.

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* SpannerInTheWorks: [[spoiler: Ray uses her crystal pendant (by means of its refractive properties) as one of these on the second Ord temple in episode 2, in order to prevent Rieg from successfully controlling it.]]


** Mai and Mami also have their moments, such as escaping the bad guys by [[spoiler: stealing the handle from the train's engine, jumping from the train and onto the bad guys' truck(!)]] in the opening of episode 1, and proving themselves pretty capable in a fight with the mooks in Episode 2.



* NoOSHACompliance: Practically a plot point in episode 2, given Rieg's disregard for the safety of his men, getting several killed.



** In the second episode, a crystal necklace Rieg gave as a present to Ray when she was a girl [[spoiler: is used by her to sabotage his efforts to harness the Ord power of light, by refracting the beams so that it destroys the complex.]]



* {{Tomboy}}: Mai and Mami seem pretty boyish-looking for teenage girls.

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* WouldHitAGirl: In episode 2, Rieg's hired hands are not averse to beating up the ladies when they try to stop hem dong their job. Rieg himself ends up pulling a sword on Ray near the end.
* WouldntHitAGirl: The chief of the workers hired by Ray is this and chides his men for being violent towards women.
* {{Tomboy}}: Mai and Mami seem pretty boyish-looking for teenage girls.girls, if their mannerisms aren't always.


A fairly obscure two-part OVA series from 1989, based on a manga of the previous year by Takeshi Okazaki. Was licensed by Creator/CentralParkMedia for VHS release on the US manga corps label, but has not been released on DVD.

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A fairly obscure two-part OVA series from 1989, based on a manga of the previous year by Takeshi Okazaki. Was licensed by Creator/CentralParkMedia for an American VHS release on the US manga corps label, but has not been released on DVD.
DVD (or at all in the UK).


A fairly obscure two-part OVA series from 1989, based on a manga of the previous year by Takeshi Okazaki.

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A fairly obscure two-part OVA series from 1989, based on a manga of the previous year by Takeshi Okazaki.
Okazaki. Was licensed by Creator/CentralParkMedia for VHS release on the US manga corps label, but has not been released on DVD.


A fairly obscure two-part OVA series from 1989, apparently based on a manga by Takeshi Okazaki.

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A fairly obscure two-part OVA series from 1989, apparently based on a manga of the previous year by Takeshi Okazaki.


* AbhorrentAdmirer: Rieg acts this way towards Ray in the first episode, though this may be a form of intimidation. [[spoiler: Though it is revealed in the second episode she used to have a crush on him as a young girl.]]

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* AbhorrentAdmirer: Rieg acts this way towards Ray in the first episode, though this may be a form of intimidation. [[spoiler: Though in contrast, it is revealed in the second episode she used to have a crush on him as a young girl.]]


* RecycledInSpace: ''Franchise/IndianaJones'' [-AS AN ANIME! [[DistaffCounterpart WITH A FEMALE PROTAGONIST!]] IN [[TheEighties THE EIGHTIES!]]-]

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* RecycledInSpace: ''Franchise/IndianaJones'' [-AS AN ANIME! [[DistaffCounterpart WITH A FEMALE PROTAGONIST!]] IN [[TheEighties THE EIGHTIES!]]-]EIGHTIES!]]-]
* {{Tomboy}}: Mai and Mami seem pretty boyish-looking for teenage girls.

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* BoyishShortHair: Mai and Mami.

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* {{Mayincatec}}: The Ords, who are suggested as being forerunners of some of the real civilizations that inspired this trope.


* AbhorrentAdmirer: Rieg acts this way towards Ray in the first episode, though this may be a form of intimidation. [[spoiler: Though it is revealed in the second episode she use to have a crush on him as a young girl.]]

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* AbhorrentAdmirer: Rieg acts this way towards Ray in the first episode, though this may be a form of intimidation. [[spoiler: Though it is revealed in the second episode she use used to have a crush on him as a young girl.]]


* AbhorrentAdmirer: Rieg acts this way towards Ray in the first episode, though this may be a form of intimidation.

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* AbhorrentAdmirer: Rieg acts this way towards Ray in the first episode, though this may be a form of intimidation. [[spoiler: Though it is revealed in the second episode she use to have a crush on him as a young girl.]]


* {{Macguffin}}: The mirror of the Ords which is the secret to unlocking their power.


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* PlotDevice: The Ord mirror which is key to unlocking the power inside their temples.

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