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--->'''Kongou''': "Oh! Yodo desu!" ("Oh! It's Yodo!)
--->'''Ooyodo''': "Ooyodo desu." ("I'm Ooyodo.")

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--->'''Kongou''': "Oh! "Huh? This isn't the admiral. Oh! Yodo desu!" dess!" ("Oh! It's Yodo!)
Yodo!")
--->'''Ooyodo''': "Ooyodo "''Ooyodo'' desu." ("I'm Ooyodo.("It's ''Ooyodo''.")


* OffTheRails: In episode 11, Akagi tries to invoke this by changing the fleet girls' order of battle, including the replacement of certain members of the ''Kagerou''-class [[spoiler:who scuttled her namesake. It initially doesn't seem to be working, though episode 12 shows that it is possible—albeit with [[EarnYourHappyEnding a lot more effort]].]]

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* OffTheRails: In episode 11, after having witnessed the sinking of her historical counterpart countless times in her dreams, Akagi tries to invoke this by changing the fleet girls' order of battle, including the replacement of certain members of the ''Kagerou''-class [[spoiler:who led to the carriers being discovered by the enemy in the first place (Arashi was found and shadowed by enemy dive bombers when she steamed to rejoin the fleet after chasing off USS ''Nautilus''), and who scuttled her namesake. namesake in the aftermath (Maikaze). It initially doesn't seem to be working, as the carrier are still discovered even without Arashi's unwitting blunder, though episode 12 shows that it is possible—albeit with [[EarnYourHappyEnding a lot more effort]].]]


At the end of the 2019 Jazz event, a trailer for a new animated ''Kancolle'' project premiered, appearing to focus on Shigure and the Nishimura Fleet; whether this is the second season or another movie remains to be seen. %%Where does this phrase go now?: "much like the Manga/ArpeggioOfBlueSteel ''DC'' and ''Cadenza'' movies,"

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At the end of the 2019 Jazz Festival event, a trailer for a new animated ''Kancolle'' project premiered, appearing to focus on Shigure and the Nishimura Fleet; whether Fleet. Text in the trailer indicates this is the second season or another movie remains to be seen.season, but no release date has been revealed. %%Where does this phrase go now?: "much like the Manga/ArpeggioOfBlueSteel ''DC'' and ''Cadenza'' movies,"


A second season was announced at the end of the first season's 12th and final episode. [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2015-08-09/kan-colle-franchise-gets-anime-film-in-2016/.91458 A movie was also announced]], which premiered in 2016. It features fleet girls that never made it into the series proper (Choukai, Kako, and Furutaka had been confirmed in the lineup.) %%Where does this phrase go now?: "much like the Manga/ArpeggioOfBlueSteel ''DC'' and ''Cadenza'' movies,"

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A second season was announced at the end of the first season's 12th and final episode.episode, but has yet to materialise as of 2019. [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2015-08-09/kan-colle-franchise-gets-anime-film-in-2016/.91458 A movie was also announced]], which premiered in 2016. It features fleet girls that never made it into the series proper (Choukai, Kako, and Furutaka had been confirmed in the lineup.) )

At the end of the 2019 Jazz event, a trailer for a new animated ''Kancolle'' project premiered, appearing to focus on Shigure and the Nishimura Fleet; whether this is the second season or another movie remains to be seen.
%%Where does this phrase go now?: "much like the Manga/ArpeggioOfBlueSteel ''DC'' and ''Cadenza'' movies,"


** The opening title has one for the BadDream Akagi keeps having in episode 11. Right before the camera pans on her and Kaga, some quick inserts of battle are shown, with the music changing appropriately for those few moments.

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** The opening title has one for the BadDream {{Bad Dream|s}} Akagi keeps having in episode 11. Right before the camera pans on her and Kaga, some quick inserts of battle are shown, with the music changing appropriately for those few moments.

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* NotTheIntendedUse: In Episode 3, the Sendai-class girls fire at aircraft with their 14cm main guns simply by angling up their forearms, even though the guns are not dual-purpose (ergo, they were for anti-surface work ONLY), nor were Type 3 shells ever produced in that caliber.


* EyeScream : [[spoiler:Wo-class is struck in her left eye by Fubuki in ep. 7, [[https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/779524e5286e8523a28aa32650c8848d.jpg leaving behind blue blood and a hollow-looking opening with something glowing yellow.]] She shows up again in episode 9, then again in episode 12, and her eye is still damaged both times.]]

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[[spoiler:Wo-class is struck in her left eye by Fubuki in ep. 7, [[https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/779524e5286e8523a28aa32650c8848d.jpg leaving behind blue blood and a hollow-looking opening with something glowing yellow.]] She shows up again in episode 9, then again in episode 12, and her eye is still damaged both times.]]



* ZanyScheme: In episode 4, the Kongou sisters try various weird methods to lure Shimakaze out. Kongou organises a concert, Kirishima looks for "sweet love" by snooping on Ooi and Kitakami, and Haruna uses a BoxAndStickTrap.

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* ZanyScheme: In episode 4, the Kongou sisters try various weird methods to lure Shimakaze out. Kongou organises a concert, Kirishima looks for "sweet love" by snooping on Ooi and Kitakami, and Haruna uses a BoxAndStickTrap.BoxAndStickTrap.
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** Even moreso in the movie; even Kongou and Hiei drop the ham and moments of levity are few and far between.


* BloodierAndGorier: [[spoiler:Some Ship Girls do bleed during fights, such as Hiei's left eye is nearly busted wide open, Sendai got hit in the gut, and Yamato takes too much damage to the point where she almost passed out, or even worse, sank.]]

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* BloodierAndGorier: [[spoiler:Some Ship Girls do bleed during fights, fights in the movie, such as Hiei's left eye is nearly busted wide open, Sendai got hit in the gut, and Yamato takes too much damage to the point where she almost passed out, or even worse, sank.]]


* BloodierAndGorier: [[spoiler:Some Ship Girls do bleed during fights, such as Hiei's left eye is nearly busted wide open, Sendai got hit in the gut, and Yamato takes too much damage to the point where she almost passed out, or even worse, sank.]]



[[spoiler: Sendai, Hiei and Yamato (at least) all get bloodied during the final battle]].

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* BloodlessCarnage: While played straight in the series, averted in the movie.
[[spoiler: Sendai, Hiei and Yamato (at least) all get bloodied during the final battle]].


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** In the movie, [[spoiler: it nearly happens to Hiei]]


*** [[spoiler:The reason why Fubuki can hear strange voices in Episode 12 and her equipment is not affected by the red ocean? When the original Fubuki sank, her willingness to live causes her soul to split into her Ship Girl and Abyssal selves. Ship Girl Fubuki then confronted Abyssal Fubuki in a BattleInTheCenterOfTheMind and fused with her after realizing that she's the Ship Girls' "hope", becoming whole again as a result.]]

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*** [[spoiler:The reason why Fubuki can hear strange voices in Episode 12 and her equipment is not affected by the red ocean? crimson sea? When the original Fubuki sank, her willingness to live causes her soul to split into her Ship Girl and Abyssal selves. Ship Girl Fubuki then confronted Abyssal Fubuki in a BattleInTheCenterOfTheMind and fused with her after realizing that she's the Ship Girls' "hope", becoming whole again as a result.]]


* ViciousCycle: Ship Girls and Abyssals who sank are brought back as the other, with [[NotSoDifferent their desire to return to the surface being the driving force both shipgirls and Abyssal to continue existing]]. Thus, the Ship Girls are determined to sink every single Abyssal vessel to end the war, which an almost impossible task as there's near infinite Abyssals out there.

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* ViciousCycle: Ship Girls and Abyssals who sank are brought back as the other, with [[NotSoDifferent their desire to return to the surface being the driving force both shipgirls Ship Girls and Abyssal Abyssals to continue existing]]. Thus, the Ship Girls are determined to sink every single Abyssal vessel to end the war, which an almost impossible task as there's near infinite Abyssals out there.



*** [[spoiler:Both Ship Girls and Abyssals are actually the same person: if the Ship Girls or the Abyssals sink, they'll be brought back in the opposing side and vice versa. Zuikaku reacts at the ViciousCycle Kaga spoke of [[HeroicBSOD in shock and horror]], so does Mutsuki.]]

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*** [[spoiler:Both Ship Girls and Abyssals are actually the same person: if the Ship Girls or the Abyssals sink, they'll be brought back in the opposing side and vice versa. Zuikaku reacts at the ViciousCycle Kaga spoke of [[HeroicBSOD in shock and horror]], and so does Mutsuki.]]


* WhamLine: The movie drops the ''biggest'' bombshell of the entire ''[=KanColle=]'' mythos:

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* WhamLine: The movie drops the ''biggest'' BIGGEST bombshell of the entire ''[=KanColle=]'' mythos:


* WhamLine: The movie drops the biggest bombshell of the ''entire'' [=KanColle=] mythos:

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* WhamLine: The movie drops the biggest ''biggest'' bombshell of the ''entire'' [=KanColle=] entire ''[=KanColle=]'' mythos:

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