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* TheLoad: Kakeru's Sarusalsas, whose main function in any episode is to cower behind Kakeru. They'll only attack if victory is assured and aren't really strong at all.
** Their function is to work as the [=PowerSource=] to summon stronger monsters, but even then . . . they're still craven.

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* TheLoad: Kakeru's Sarusalsas, whose main function in any episode is to cower behind Kakeru. They'll only attack if victory is assured and aren't really strong at all.
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all. Their function is to work as the [=PowerSource=] to summon stronger monsters, but even then . . . they're still craven.


-> "My name is Amao Kakeru. It's my fifth year in grade school. This time around, the game that gets us all fired up . . . is called [=LiveOn=]! Those who battle using mysterious monsters called forth from cards are referred to as [=CardLivers=]. [=CardLive=] on!"

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-> "My ->''"My name is Amao Kakeru. It's my fifth year in grade school. This time around, the game that gets us all fired up . . . is called [=LiveOn=]! Those who battle using mysterious monsters called forth from cards are referred to as [=CardLivers=]. [=CardLive=] on!"on!"''


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* AnimalMotifs: Dogs and wolves for Kakeru. Birds for Ai. Fish for Tohru.

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* AnimalMotifs: Dogs AnimalMotifs:
**Dogs
and wolves for Kakeru. Birds His transformed state is Tategami Wolf.
**Birds
for Ai. Fish Ai.
**Fish
for Tohru.



* BigBadassWolf: Kakeru's transformed state, Tategami Wolf.


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-> "My name is Amao Kakeru. It's my fifth year in grade school. This time around, the game that gets us all fired up . . . is called LiveOn! Those who battle using mysterious monsters called forth from cards are referred to as CardLivers. CardLive on!"

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-> "My name is Amao Kakeru. It's my fifth year in grade school. This time around, the game that gets us all fired up . . . is called LiveOn! [=LiveOn=]! Those who battle using mysterious monsters called forth from cards are referred to as CardLivers. CardLive [=CardLivers=]. [=CardLive=] on!"



Amao Kakeru loves the mysterious card game called LiveOn, in which players can summon real-life monsters to life. The only problem is that he's never won a single game. Not only that, but he lacks a powerful LiveChange card that would allow him to transform into a monster himself. This all changes one day when he meets a mysterious puppy monster named Peddal who can create monster cards at will. From Peddal he gains the Tategami Wolf (Maned Wolf) card, allowing him to change into a pyrokinetic monster wolf that can talk to his monsters.

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Amao Kakeru loves the mysterious card game called LiveOn, [=LiveOn=], in which players can summon real-life monsters to life. The only problem is that he's never won a single game. Not only that, but he lacks a powerful LiveChange [=LiveChange=] card that would allow him to transform into a monster himself. This all changes one day when he meets a mysterious puppy monster named Peddal who can create monster cards at will. From Peddal he gains the Tategami Wolf (Maned Wolf) card, allowing him to change into a pyrokinetic monster wolf that can talk to his monsters.



* AnimalTalk: The monsters can only be understood by other monsters or a human transformed using a LiveChange card.

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* AnimalTalk: The monsters can only be understood by other monsters or a human transformed using a LiveChange [=LiveChange=] card.



** Their function is to work as the PowerSource to summon stronger monsters, but even then . . . they're still craven.

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** Their function is to work as the PowerSource [=PowerSource=] to summon stronger monsters, but even then . . . they're still craven.



* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: Zenith (the monarch of the Vast Ocean type) almost does this when he gets creeped out by his CardLiver's furry-esque cosplay.
* SeriousBusiness: Somewhat averted. Oddly enough despite the fact that children are running around and turning wild monsters into playing cards that come to life, it's made clear that LiveOn doesn't dominate human culture like in other Mons franchises.

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* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: Zenith (the monarch of the Vast Ocean type) almost does this when he gets creeped out by his CardLiver's [=CardLiver=]'s furry-esque cosplay.
* SeriousBusiness: Somewhat averted. Oddly enough despite the fact that children are running around and turning wild monsters into playing cards that come to life, it's made clear that LiveOn [=LiveOn=] doesn't dominate human culture like in other Mons franchises.



** Almost all of the monsters used in LiveOn are based on some kind of pun, sometimes in Japanese (i.e. - Jukaiju - forest monster), sometimes in English (Heater Rabbit - ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin) and sometimes in both (Sarusalsa - salsa ape).

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** Almost all of the monsters used in LiveOn [=LiveOn=] are based on some kind of pun, sometimes in Japanese (i.e. - Jukaiju - forest monster), sometimes in English (Heater Rabbit - ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin) and sometimes in both (Sarusalsa - salsa ape).


** There's also a baffling amount that are terrible bilungual puns referencing American pop culture. For instance: [[PiratesOfTheCarribean Jack Knife Sparrow]], and Rusou ("candle") Crow.

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** There's also a baffling amount that are terrible bilungual puns referencing American pop culture. For instance: [[PiratesOfTheCarribean [[Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean Jack Knife Sparrow]], and Rusou ("candle") Crow.


A {{Mons}} series in the vein of YuGiOh with a splash of ''Franchise/{{Digimon}}''.

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A {{Mons}} series in the vein of YuGiOh Franchise/YuGiOh with a splash of ''Franchise/{{Digimon}}''.


* AWorldwidePunomenon: Almost all of the monsters used in LiveOn are based on some kind of IncrediblyLamePun, sometimes in Japanese (I.E. - Jukaiju - forest monster), sometimes in English (Heater Rabbit - ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin) and sometimes in both (Sarusalsa - salsa ape).
** There's also a baffling amount that are terrible bilungual puns referencing American pop culture. For instance: [[PiratesOfTheCarribean Jack Knife Sparrow]], and Rusou ("candle") Crow.

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* AWorldwidePunomenon: WorldOfPun
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Almost all of the monsters used in LiveOn are based on some kind of IncrediblyLamePun, pun, sometimes in Japanese (I.E.(i.e. - Jukaiju - forest monster), sometimes in English (Heater Rabbit - ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin) and sometimes in both (Sarusalsa - salsa ape).
** There's also a baffling amount that are terrible bilungual puns referencing American pop culture. For instance: [[PiratesOfTheCarribean Jack Knife Sparrow]], and Rusou ("candle") Crow.Crow.
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A {{Mons}} series in the vein of YuGiOh with a splash of {{Digimon}}.

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A {{Mons}} series in the vein of YuGiOh with a splash of {{Digimon}}.
''Franchise/{{Digimon}}''.

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** Their function is to work as the PowerSource to summon stronger monsters, but even then . . . they're still craven.


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* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: Zenith (the monarch of the Vast Ocean type) almost does this when he gets creeped out by his CardLiver's furry-esque cosplay.


* SeriousBusiness

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* SeriousBusiness SeriousBusiness: Somewhat averted. Oddly enough despite the fact that children are running around and turning wild monsters into playing cards that come to life, it's made clear that LiveOn doesn't dominate human culture like in other Mons franchises.

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* FlyingSeafoodSpecial: All of the aquatic monsters.

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