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* RiskingTheKing: She always volunteers for away missions, oftentimes right in the middle of battle. This is heavily criticized, and drives her deputy captain nuts. She at least announces she's relinquishing command, but it isn't until Mashiro [[WhatTheHellHero calls her on it]] that she does it properly ''and'' with a good reason for it [[spoiler:(like, for example, her personal sea bike piloting skills being critical for the sucess of a certain rescue)]].

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* RiskingTheKing: She always volunteers for away missions, oftentimes right in the middle of battle. This is heavily criticized, and drives her deputy captain nuts. She at least announces she's relinquishing command, but it isn't until Mashiro [[WhatTheHellHero calls her on it]] that she does it properly ''and'' with a good reason for it [[spoiler:(like, for example, her personal sea bike piloting skills being critical for the sucess of a certain rescue)]]. Its yet another way she is compared to [[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries Captain]] [[TheKirk Kirk]].

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** At least partially justified in that they are using modern warships that lack the correct weapons to engage a ship as big and well-armoured as Musashi, whereas the students are using World-War 2 era warships that are Musashi's contemporaries.


* TheCaptain

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* TheCaptainTheCaptain: as noted above, she is compared favorably to [[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries Captain]] [[TheKirk Kirk]].

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* FieryRedhead


* {{Expy}}: Looks suspiciously like [[LyricalNanoha Nanoha Takamachi.]]

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* {{Expy}}: Looks suspiciously like [[LyricalNanoha [[Franchise/LyricalNanoha Nanoha Takamachi.]]


* FeminineWomenCanCook: Given that she are always busy cooking and never participate in battles, she look more feminine than other girls.

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* FeminineWomenCanCook: Given that she are is always busy cooking and never participate participates in battles, she look looks more feminine than other girls.



* RealWomenDontWearDresses: As the most feminine team members, twins and Mikan are portrayed as the weakest physically and unlike other girls, they almost do not have "pathos" dramatic moments.

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* RealWomenDontWearDresses: As the most feminine team members, the twins and Mikan are portrayed as the weakest physically and unlike other girls, they almost do not never have "pathos" dramatic moments.



* RealWomenDontWearDresses: As the most feminine team members, twins and Mikan are portrayed as the weakest physically and unlike other girls, they almost do not have "pathos" dramatic moments.

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* RealWomenDontWearDresses: As the most feminine team members, the twins and Mikan are portrayed as the weakest physically and unlike other girls, they almost do not have "pathos" dramatic moments.



* ChildProdigy: Reveals to be younger than the whole crew as she skipped several grades until she graduated from the Marine medical university.

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* ChildProdigy: Reveals Revealed to be younger than the whole crew as she skipped several grades until she graduated from the Marine medical university.university. She's only ''twelve.''



* AdultsAreUseless: Zigzaged. For most of the series it's averted and they're shown to be extremely efficient. Suddendly played straight in the FinalBattle.

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* AdultsAreUseless: Zigzaged.Zigzagged. For most of the series it's averted and they're shown to be extremely efficient. Suddendly Suddenly played straight in the FinalBattle.


* TrueCompanions: Invoked by Captain Mike's BadassCreed ("All people at sea are family"). Her crew follows suite. By series end, they have no hesitation to put their lives in danger for their friends and for their friends' friends.

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* TrueCompanions: Invoked by Captain Mike's BadassCreed ("All people at sea are family"). Her crew follows suite.suit. By series end, they have no hesitation to put their lives in danger for their friends and for their friends' friends.



The recording officer/secretary, who's duty is to record everything that happens in the Harekaze's journey.

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The recording officer/secretary, who's whose duty is to record everything that happens in the Harekaze's journey.


-->'''Voiced by:''' Shiina Natsukawa

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-->'''Voiced by:''' Shiina Natsukawa
Creator/ShiinaNatsukawa


* [[WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes Why did it have to be cats]]: For some reason she is really afraid of ''cats''. It may be partly due to her accident involving Isoroku in episode 1.

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* [[WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes Why did it have Did It Have to be cats]]: Be Cats?]]: For some reason she is really afraid of ''cats''. It may be partly due to her accident involving Isoroku in episode 1.


* RiskingTheKing: She always volunteers for away missions, oftentime right in the middle of battle. This is heavily criticized, and drives her deputy captain nuts. She at least announces she's relinquishing command, but it isn't until Mashiro [[WhatTheHellHero calls her on it]] that she does it properly ''and'' with a good reason for it [[spoiler:(like, for example, her personal sea bike piloting skills being critical for the sucess of a certain rescue)]].
* TheNicknamer: She has a tenancy to this; though in her case she seems to do it to remember the names of her crew better. Incidentally, the nicknames she gives to her crew are popular nicknames for cats. Also she had a nickname to herself too.

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* RiskingTheKing: She always volunteers for away missions, oftentime oftentimes right in the middle of battle. This is heavily criticized, and drives her deputy captain nuts. She at least announces she's relinquishing command, but it isn't until Mashiro [[WhatTheHellHero calls her on it]] that she does it properly ''and'' with a good reason for it [[spoiler:(like, for example, her personal sea bike piloting skills being critical for the sucess of a certain rescue)]].
* TheNicknamer: She has a tenancy tendency to this; though in her case she seems to do it to remember the names of her crew better. Incidentally, the nicknames she gives to her crew are popular nicknames for cats. Also she had a nickname to herself too.


* DamselInDistress: Reveal in Episode 5 that she is locked in the Citadel of the Musashi, revealing she lost control (aka command) of the ship.

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* DamselInDistress: Reveal Revealed in Episode 5 that she is locked in the Citadel of the Musashi, revealing she lost control (aka command) of the ship.



A German girl, captain of the Admiral Spee, and childhood friend of Wilhelmina Braunschweig Ingenol Friedeburg, who ''greatly'' admires her.

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A German girl, captain Captain of the Admiral Graf Spee, and childhood friend of Wilhelmina Braunschweig Ingenol Friedeburg, who ''greatly'' admires her.


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* BilingualBonus: That German word she said near the end of Episode 3. Also doubles as GettingCrapPastTheRadar.


* RagtagBunchOfMisfits: The Harekaze is the ship where the students with the lowest grades or with apparently cripling problems are dumped -err, asignated.

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* RagtagBunchOfMisfits: The Harekaze is the ship where the students with the lowest grades or with apparently cripling problems are dumped -err, asignated.asigned.


The deputy-captain (2nd in command) as well as the Vice President, she came from a family whom served as Blue Mermaids.

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The deputy-captain (2nd in command) as well as the Vice President, she came from a family whom who served as Blue Mermaids.



The Artillery Officer whom is responsible for aiming/commanding the Harekaze's Main Guns (As the ship's main armament is mostly automated.)

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The Artillery Officer whom is responsible for aiming/commanding the Harekaze's Main Guns (As the ship's main armament is mostly automated.)



The Torpedo Officer whom is responsible for aiming the Harekaze's Torpedoes.

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The Torpedo Officer whom is responsible for aiming the Harekaze's Torpedoes.



The Chief Navigator/Navigation Officer whom is responsible for steering/controlling the Harekaze's movement. (Aka the Helmsman)

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The Chief Navigator/Navigation Officer whom is responsible for steering/controlling the Harekaze's movement. (Aka the Helmsman)



A navigation officer whom assign in the Port-side of the ship.

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A navigation officer whom assign who is assigned in the Port-side of the ship.



A navigation officer whom assign in the Starboard-side of the ship.

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A navigation officer whom assign who is assigned in the Starboard-side of the ship.



The lookout whom assigned in the Crow's Nest of the ship.

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The lookout whom assigned in the Crow's Nest of the ship.



Mashiro's eldest sister, whom now serving as a Blue Mermaid Officer.

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Mashiro's eldest sister, whom who now serving serves as a Blue Mermaid Officer.



A German transfer student onboard the Admiral Spee whom she left it for certain reasons. She acted as deputy-captain and helped the crew of the Harekaze during a submarine attack.

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A German transfer student onboard on board the Admiral Spee whom she who left it for certain reasons. She acted as deputy-captain and helped the crew of the Harekaze during a submarine attack.


* CastOfSnowflakes: Invoked by the production team, which included many members of the Anime/GirlsUndPanzer production staff. They deliberately tried to replicate the latter series' famously sucessful method of achieving this trope ''("divide a too large cast into several groups with a recognisable theme, then add some individual characterization to each group's member")''. Somewhat downplayed in their results, as the differences betwen characters are in most cases largely cosmetic, with their screen time providing little diferentiation for most of the cast. [[note]]While usually it's poor form, bad wiki praxis, and unadvisable to use {{TVtropes}} itself as a source of information about the shows being talked about, for this particular example it's relevant to mention that most Haifuri characters have at most a few tropes that apply to them alone, while the characters of the show from which the production staff took inspiration (Characters/GirlsUndPanzer) are ''all of them'' '''so''' {{Troperiffic}} that their page broke the folder system. Twice.[[/note]]

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* CastOfSnowflakes: Invoked by the production team, which included many members of the Anime/GirlsUndPanzer production staff. They deliberately tried to replicate the latter series' famously sucessful successful method of achieving this trope ''("divide a too large cast into several groups with a recognisable theme, then add some individual characterization to each group's member")''. Somewhat downplayed in their results, as the differences betwen between characters are in most cases largely cosmetic, with their screen time providing little diferentiation differentiation for most of the cast. [[note]]While usually it's poor form, bad wiki praxis, and unadvisable inadvisable to use {{TVtropes}} Wiki/TVTropes itself as a source of information about the shows being talked about, for this particular example it's relevant to mention that most Haifuri characters have at most a few tropes that apply to them alone, while the characters of the show from which the production staff took inspiration (Characters/GirlsUndPanzer) are ''all of them'' '''so''' {{Troperiffic}} that their page broke the folder system. Twice.[[/note]]



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* RealWomenDontWearDresses: As the most feminine team members, twins and Mikan are portrayed as the weakest physically and unlike other girls, they almost do not have "pathos" dramatic moments.


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* RealWomenDontWearDresses: As the most feminine team members, twins and Mikan are portrayed as the weakest physically and unlike other girls, they almost do not have "pathos" dramatic moments.

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