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* BruceWayneHeldHostage:
** Adrien is captured at the start of the La Femme Defamation attack, but gets freed with help from Ladybug and Jack and comes back as Chat Noir.
** In Chapter 11, Marinette, Adrien and Jack get arrested for not supporting Phoenix.


* AccidentalMisnaming: Rabbit routinely calls Chat Noir "Cat Noir", apparently unable to pronounce ''Chat'' properly at first. He corrects her the first time, but seems to accept it later. [[spoiler:Becomes a plot point when Perro Negro does the same thing but the Chameleon holder impersonating him doesn't, which is what convinces Chat Noir that "Perro" is an imposter]]

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* AccidentalMisnaming: Rabbit routinely calls Chat Noir "Cat Noir", apparently unable to pronounce ''Chat'' properly at first. He corrects her the first time, but seems to accept it later. [[spoiler:Becomes a plot point when Perro Negro does the same thing but the Chameleon holder impersonating him doesn't, which is what convinces Chat Noir that "Perro" is an imposter]]imposter.]]


* BigBrotherInstinct: [[spoiler:Praying Mantis develops one for Rabbit after realising how young she is, standing up for her when Nymph mocks her for being fooled by Omega.]]



* DoesNotLikeMen: Anita Blaylock, somewhat justified by the fact that she was a brilliant scientist whose male coworkers frequently took credit for her research. The narration notes that she made exceptions for her husband, her son-in-law (Jack's father) and an unidentified uncle of Jack (it's not clear whether he's Anita's son or another son-in-law), and "even those three exceptions seemed to be pushing it."

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* DoesNotLikeMen: Anita Blaylock, somewhat justified by the fact that she was a brilliant scientist whose male coworkers frequently took credit for her research. The narration notes that she made exceptions for her husband, husband Greg, her son Greg Jr, and her son-in-law (Jack's father) and an unidentified uncle of Jack (it's not clear whether he's Anita's son or another son-in-law), father), and "even those three exceptions seemed to be pushing it."



* FlatWhat: Jack's reaction when [[spoiler:Evie explains to her that all she needs to do to fix her powers is cast Miraculous Rabbit.]]



* GadgetWatches: The Rabbit Miraculous, created from a wristwatch that belonged to Jack's grandmother Anita Blaylock, which in turn had been a present from her daughter.
* GenderBlenderName: Jack chooses to go by this after [[NeverHeardThatOneBefore hearing too many people guess]] (correctly) that she's [[NamedAfterSomebodyFamous named after]] ''Series/CharliesAngels'' star Jaclyn Smith. Her grandmother doesn't approve.

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* GadgetWatches: The Rabbit Miraculous, created from a wristwatch that belonged to Jack's grandmother Anita Blaylock, which in turn had been a present from her daughter.
daughter Jennifer.
* GenderBlenderName: Jack chooses to go by this after [[NeverHeardThatOneBefore hearing too many people guess]] (correctly) that she's [[NamedAfterSomebodyFamous named after]] ''Series/CharliesAngels'' star Jaclyn Smith. Her grandmother doesn't did not approve.



* PartingWordsRegret: Jack's mother, in the flashback to her learning of Anita's death, though we don't learn what the words were because she gets interrupted by her husband.

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* PartingWordsRegret: Jack's mother, mother Jennifer, in the flashback to her learning of Anita's death, though we don't learn what the words were because she gets interrupted by her husband.


** Jack's reaction when [[spoiler:she finds out that Oliver Bergeron , who she though t was the Guardian, is actually Omega.]]

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** Jack's reaction when [[spoiler:she finds out that Oliver Bergeron , Bergeron, who she though t was the Guardian, is actually Omega.]]


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* TheReveal: Chapter 17 reveals what's wrong with Rabbit's powers. [[spoiler:Rabbit never used Miraculous Rabbit in her final fight with Trumpeter Swan in order to keep him sealed as an action figure, so she needs to do so to disperse the luck so she can gather it again to use Lucky Strike.]]


* GoodAllAlong: [[spoiler:Evie and Martin Jenson.]]

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* GoodAllAlong: [[spoiler:Evie [[spoiler:Howard and Martin Jenson.Evie Jenson are introduced as the man who stole the Beacon and is working for Omega and his AmbiguouslyEvil wife who may or may not be in on his actions. It eventually turns out that Evie is the Guardian, Howard is her number two, and the man who claimed to be the Guardian is in fact Omega.]]


* BigBadEnsemble: Hawkmoth and Omega. It remains to be seen how they'll interact with each other, but it seems they're not working together ''yet'': [[spoiler:In chapter 9, Hawkmoth sends an akuma after a device called the Beacon, which he could use to lure the other kwami to him once he has enough DNA from his own. To the heroes' very slight relief, the device has already been stolen when the akuma got there, most likely by Omega or someone working for him. Rabbit is confident that Omega doesn't have enough DNA samples to use it.]]
** BigBadDuumverate: [[spoiler:As of Chapter 17, they ''are'' working together, to the point of knowing each other's identities, and have been for some time: it's revealed that Hawk Moth akumatised Dr. Lacasse on Omega's request after being promised the use of the beacon, but because Rabbit prevented him from getting it, he wants to end the deal.]] As such, this may now qualify as EvilVsEvil.

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* BigBadDuumvirate: [[spoiler:Chapter 17 reveals Omega and Hawk Moth ''are'' working together, to the point of knowing each other's identities, and have been for some time: it's revealed that Hawk Moth akumatised Dr. Lacasse on Omega's request after being promised the use of the beacon, but because Rabbit prevented him from getting it, he wants to end the deal.]] As such, this may now qualify as EvilVsEvil.
* BigBadEnsemble: Hawkmoth Hawk Moth and Omega. It remains to be seen how they'll interact with each other, but it seems they're not working together ''yet'': [[spoiler:In chapter 9, Hawkmoth Hawk Moth sends an akuma after a device called the Beacon, which he could use to lure the other kwami to him once he has enough DNA from his own. To the heroes' very slight relief, the device has already been stolen when the akuma got there, most likely by Omega or someone working for him. Rabbit is confident that Omega doesn't have enough DNA samples to use it.]]
** BigBadDuumverate: [[spoiler:As of Chapter 17, they ''are'' working together, to the point of knowing each other's identities, and have been for some time: it's revealed that Hawk Moth akumatised Dr. Lacasse on Omega's request after being promised the use of the beacon, but because Rabbit prevented him from getting it, he wants to end the deal.]] As such, this may now qualify as EvilVsEvil.
]]



* DeathOrGloryAttack: Chapter 17 reveals the defeat of Trumpeter Swan was this. [[spoiler:Rabbit effectively used herself as bait to lure him out of hiding with the possibility of getting her Miraculous. Succeed, and they capture LA's biggest villain. Fail, and they hand him the Rabbit Miraculous on a silver platter.]]



-->My mom always says you canít change the past. The best you can do to learn from it. And I learned that I donít want anyone to feel the way I felt, so I try to be as forgiving and understanding as possible. Iíve always been that way, I guess, but, like, more now that I was before.

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-->My --->My mom always says you canít change the past. The best you can do to learn from it. And I learned that I donít want anyone to feel the way I felt, so I try to be as forgiving and understanding as possible. Iíve always been that way, I guess, but, like, more now that I was before.



** GoodAllAlong: [[spoiler:Evie and Martin Jenson.]]

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** * GoodAllAlong: [[spoiler:Evie and Martin Jenson.]]



* InspectorJavert: Alya crosses into this with her investigation of Rabbit. After she comes to suspect that she's working with Hawkmoth, she starts spinning all the evidence that she can in that direction (such as the footage she got of Rabbit trying to calm down Imagineur), while dismissing everything else (the eyewitness accounts of her helping civilians during the Road Rage attack, including Nino), and also apparently makes no effort to dig into her background in Los Angeles. She comes around after Rabbit helps Ladybug and Chat Noir save her from Cottontail.

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* InspectorJavert: Alya crosses into this with her investigation of Rabbit. After she comes to suspect that she's working with Hawkmoth, Hawk Moth, she starts spinning all the evidence that she can in that direction (such as the footage she got of Rabbit trying to calm down Imagineur), while dismissing everything else (the eyewitness accounts of her helping civilians during the Road Rage attack, including Nino), and also apparently makes no effort to dig into her background in Los Angeles. She comes around after Rabbit helps Ladybug and Chat Noir save her from Cottontail.



* ShaggyDogStory: [[spoiler:Played with regarding the Beacon arc. After Rabbit recovers the Beacon, she convinces Jade and Dr. Lacasse to go against Mr Bergeron's order to destroy it, so that she can use it to find the other kwamis without alerting Hawkmoth. However, her attempt only proved that no kwami bonded to a Miraculous would be able to simply abandon it or their holder, suggesting that nothing much would have changed if Omega or Hawk Moth had activated it instead. On the other hand, this result does confirm to her that all of the remaining kwamis actually ''have'' holders, and the Mantis, Firefly and Dragonfly holders have since arrived in Paris. And then it's revealed that this is exactly what Mr. Bergeron/Omega wanted her to do.]]

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* ShaggyDogStory: [[spoiler:Played with regarding the Beacon arc. After Rabbit recovers the Beacon, she convinces Jade and Dr. Lacasse to go against Mr Bergeron's order to destroy it, so that she can use it to find the other kwamis without alerting Hawkmoth.Hawk Moth. However, her attempt only proved that no kwami bonded to a Miraculous would be able to simply abandon it or their holder, suggesting that nothing much would have changed if Omega or Hawk Moth had activated it instead. On the other hand, this result does confirm to her that all of the remaining kwamis actually ''have'' holders, and the Mantis, Firefly and Dragonfly holders have since arrived in Paris. And then it's revealed that this is exactly what Mr. Bergeron/Omega wanted her to do.]]


A prequel side-story focused on Swan Princess and the Guardian, ''[[https://archiveofourown.org/works/19103296/chapters/45390109 Spread My Wings]]'' has been completed.



* AntagonistTitle: As with the TV series, most chapters are named after an akuma, the exceptions being the Chapter 1, "Jack Hammer" (the nickname for Rabbit when she's mistaken for an akuma, which sticks with people who still think she's a villain in later chapters), Chapter 5, "Rabbit" (her origin story), and Chapter 16, "Ambush", [[spoiler:Praying Mantis's persona when undercover as a villain]].
* ArbitrarySkepticism: Members of the media and people of Paris seem confused and not sure what to think about Rabbit, despite this taking place in the information age and Rabbit having a well-publicized career back in Los Angeles. Admittedly, she has caused a lot of damage thanks to her power swap with Perro Negro, but given that she and her partner helped found "Positivity Clubs," and that Rabbit has actual fans who take offense to Alya's videos, it's somewhat odd that she's remained a mystery to Paris.

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* AntagonistTitle: As with the TV series, most chapters are named after an akuma, the VillainOfTheWeek, the exceptions being the Chapter 1, "Jack Hammer" (the nickname for Rabbit when she's mistaken for an akuma, which sticks with people who still think she's a villain in later chapters), Chapter 5, "Rabbit" (her origin story), and Chapter 16, "Ambush", [[spoiler:Praying Mantis's persona when undercover as a villain]].
* ArbitrarySkepticism: Members of the media and people of Paris seem confused and not sure what to think about Rabbit, despite this taking place in the information age and Rabbit having a well-publicized career back in Los Angeles. Admittedly, she has caused a lot of damage thanks to her power swap with Perro Negro, swap, but given that she and her partner helped found "Positivity Clubs," and that Rabbit has actual fans who take offense to Alya's videos, it's somewhat odd that she's remained a mystery to Paris.



* BigBadEnsemble: Hawkmoth and Omega. It remains to be seen how they'll interact with each other, but it's clear they're not working together ''yet'': [[spoiler:In chapter 9, Hawkmoth sends an akuma after a device called the Beacon, which he could use to lure the other kwami to him once he has enough DNA from his own. To the heroes' very slight relief, the device has already been stolen when the akuma got there, most likely by Omega or someone working for him. Rabbit is confident that Omega doesn't have enough DNA samples to use it.]]

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* BigBadEnsemble: Hawkmoth and Omega. It remains to be seen how they'll interact with each other, but it's clear it seems they're not working together ''yet'': [[spoiler:In chapter 9, Hawkmoth sends an akuma after a device called the Beacon, which he could use to lure the other kwami to him once he has enough DNA from his own. To the heroes' very slight relief, the device has already been stolen when the akuma got there, most likely by Omega or someone working for him. Rabbit is confident that Omega doesn't have enough DNA samples to use it.]]]]
** BigBadDuumverate: [[spoiler:As of Chapter 17, they ''are'' working together, to the point of knowing each other's identities, and have been for some time: it's revealed that Hawk Moth akumatised Dr. Lacasse on Omega's request after being promised the use of the beacon, but because Rabbit prevented him from getting it, he wants to end the deal.]] As such, this may now qualify as EvilVsEvil.



* BriarPatching: [[spoiler:Oliver Bergeron ordered Rabbit and her allies to destroy the beacon to keep it from falling into the wrong hands, thus tricking her into disobeying him to bring the remaining Kwamis to Paris. Evie tells Jack that her grandfather is an expert at this kind of ReversePsychology.]]



** [[spoiler:Chloé puts on a pretty good American accent while posing as Rabbit.]]

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** [[spoiler:Chloé Chloé puts on a pretty good American accent while posing as Rabbit.]]



* DirtyCop: Rabbit and Perro Negro tried to involve the LAPD in their search for Trumpeter Swan, but they eventually found out that the Chief had been in Omega's pocket the whole time. Jack doesn't hold it against him, suspecting that Omega had threatened his family, [[spoiler:but it's the reason why Oliver Bergeron refuses to involve the Paris authorities in finding the Beacon.]]

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* DirtyCop: Rabbit and Perro Negro tried to involve the LAPD in their search for Trumpeter Swan, but they eventually found out that the Chief had been in Omega's pocket the whole time. time, to the point of [[spoiler:leaking to Trumpeter Swan that Rabbit would be leaving Los Angeles]]. Jack doesn't hold it against him, suspecting as he confessed and revealed that Omega had threatened his family, [[spoiler:but it's the reason why Oliver Bergeron refuses to involve the Paris authorities in finding the Beacon.]]



* DramaPreservingHandicap: Jack's power swap is explicitly because she unmasked to her partner, Diego. Had her powers remained the same during the transfer, she would have arrived in Paris with the same Akuma-purifying powers as Ladybug and the ability to fix her own damages. What's more, she could have told Ladybug and Chat Noir that it'd be okay for them to reveal who they are to each other, since there weren't any real downsides for her and Diego. Instead, thanks to the aforementioned power swap, Jack breaks nearly everything she touches and warns the other heroes not to unmask, preventing her from having it too easy and solving the love square in one chapter.

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* DragonWithAnAgenda: Hinted at in Chapter 17 when [[spoiler:Jack learns that Omega was planning to legitimately hire "Ambush", meaning that Chameleon must have gone rogue and tried to take the Mantis Miraculous for himself]].
* DramaPreservingHandicap: Jack's power swap is explicitly assumed to be because she unmasked to her partner, Diego. Had her powers remained the same during the transfer, she would have arrived in Paris with the same Akuma-purifying powers as Ladybug and the ability to fix her own damages. What's more, she could have told Ladybug and Chat Noir that it'd be okay for them to reveal who they are to each other, since there weren't any real downsides for her and Diego. Instead, thanks to the aforementioned power swap, Jack breaks nearly everything she touches and warns the other heroes not to unmask, preventing her from having it too easy and solving the love square in one chapter.



* DudeWheresMyRespect: Rabbit starts feeling this after a while when it becomes apparent that a lot of people would rather face an akuma than see her coming to the rescue. It should be noted that, aside from her Dogstruction-related screw-ups, she actually has a better track record than Ladybug, since she and Perro seem to have been fighting a lot longer, they never let an akuma get away the way Ladybug did with Stoneheart, and they managed to track down and defeat their nemesis Trumpeter Swan (if not quite in the way they wanted to) while Hawk Moth remains hidden. But there's no indication the Paris media are aware of this.

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* DudeWheresMyRespect: Rabbit starts feeling this after a while when it becomes apparent that a lot of people would rather face an akuma than see her coming to the rescue. It should be noted that, aside from her Dogstruction-related screw-ups, she actually has a better track record than Ladybug, since she and Perro seem to have been fighting a lot longer, they never let an akuma get away the way Ladybug did with Stoneheart, and they managed to track down and defeat their nemesis Trumpeter Swan (if not quite in the way they wanted to) while Hawk Moth remains hidden. But there's no indication the Paris media are aware of this.this, or that they bothered to dig into her background at all during that first week.



* EvilAllAlong: [[spoiler:Oliver Bergeron turns out to be Omega.]]



* ExtremelyShortTimeSpan: Zig-zagged. The first six chapters take place within one school week, but there have been a few time skips since then.



** GoodAllAlong: [[spoiler:Evie and Martin Jenson.]]



* HeroOfAnotherStory: A variant in that Jack, the main protagonist, is a hero whose other story is on hiatus. Having defeated Trumpeter Swan before she left Los Angeles (albeit without recovering the Swan Miraculous), she's free to help Ladybug and Chat Noir as much as she can while in Paris. [[spoiler:However, with the introduction of the Beacon in chapter 9, Chameleon's arrival in Chapter 10 and the subsequent confirmation that he is TheDragon to Omega, Jack's story is gradually taking center stage.]] Interestingly, Jack in her story basically ''won'' the first round, defeating Trumpeter Swan (who has the same powers as Moth) and confessing to her Miraculous partner before Ladybug and Chat did theirs, though Jack herself doesn't see it that way because they failed to recover the Swan Miraculous or get any closer to Omega. [[spoiler:By chapter 16, it can be argued that Ladybug and Chat Noir fit the trope better, with an akuma attack taking place offscreen while Rabbit's team attempt to get a lead on Omega.]]

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* HeroOfAnotherStory: A variant in that Jack, the main protagonist, is a hero whose other story is on hiatus. Having defeated Trumpeter Swan before she left Los Angeles (albeit without recovering the Swan Miraculous), she's free to help Ladybug and Chat Noir as much as she can while in Paris. Interestingly, Jack in her story basically ''won'' the first round, defeating Trumpeter Swan (who has the same powers as Moth) and confessing to her Miraculous partner before Ladybug and Chat did theirs, though Jack herself doesn't see it that way because they failed to recover the Swan Miraculous or get any closer to Omega. [[spoiler:However, with the introduction of the Beacon in chapter 9, Chameleon's arrival in Chapter 10 and the subsequent confirmation that he is TheDragon to Omega, Jack's story is gradually taking center stage.]] Interestingly, Jack in her story basically ''won'' the first round, defeating Trumpeter Swan (who has the same powers as Moth) and confessing to her Miraculous partner before Ladybug and Chat did theirs, though Jack herself doesn't see it that way because they failed to recover the Swan Miraculous or get any closer to Omega. [[spoiler:By By chapter 16, it can be argued that Ladybug and Chat Noir fit the trope better, with an akuma attack taking place offscreen while Rabbit's team attempt to get a lead on Omega.]]



* INeverSaidItWasPoison: In Chapter 17, [[spoiler:when Rabbit remembers that Trumpeter Swan knew she was leaving Los Angeles, she realises that the only person he could have got that information from was the chief of the LAPD.]]



* ISurrenderSuckers: In Chapter 17, [[spoiler:Rabbit, desperate to capture Trumpeter Swan before she leaves Los Angeles, gets herself captured by Comikaze and brought to his hideout. It works, thanks to Diego tracking her.]]



* PowerCopying: Jack has acquired Perro Negro's Dogstruction power and [[DiscardAndDraw apparently lost Lucky Strike]].

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* PowerCopying: Jack has acquired Perro Negro's Dogstruction power and [[DiscardAndDraw apparently lost Lucky Strike]].Strike.]] It's eventually revealed that [[spoiler:this is because the last time she used Lucky Strike she didn't cast Miraculous Rabbit to repair the damage]].



* RapidFireNo: Rabbit's reaction when she sees that [[spoiler:the Pygmalion akuma has multiplied into a swarm, which are descending on Paris and transforming random citizens.]]
* RealityWarper: [[spoiler:Phoenix's power, creating a world where he is the hero and no one remembers Ladybug, Chat Noir or Rabbit, causing them to be mistaken for akumas. The only people immune to it are the heroes themselves, Chloé, and ''possibly'' some of their other fans - the latter is Jack's speculation based on Chloé, Adrien and Marinette's immunity and a vague e-mail she received from Colleen about something being "wrong" that morning.]]
* RealPersonFic: In chapter 16, Jack and a few classmates attend a soccer match between Paris Saint-Germain and Marseille, during which Edinson Cavani is akumatised into Striker, after getting a Yellow Card for excessive celebration and a Red Card for arguing with the referee about it.

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* RapidFireNo: RapidFireNo:
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Rabbit's reaction when she sees that [[spoiler:the the Pygmalion akuma has multiplied into a swarm, which are descending on Paris and transforming random citizens.citizens.
** Jack's reaction when [[spoiler:she finds out that Oliver Bergeron , who she though t was the Guardian, is actually Omega.
]]
* RealityWarper: [[spoiler:Phoenix's Phoenix's power, creating a world where he is the hero and no one remembers Ladybug, Chat Noir or Rabbit, causing them to be mistaken for akumas. The only people immune to it are the heroes themselves, Chloé, and ''possibly'' some of their other fans - the latter is Jack's speculation based on Chloé, Adrien and Marinette's immunity and a vague e-mail she received from Colleen about something being "wrong" that morning.]]
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* RealPersonFic: RealPersonFic:
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In chapter 16, Jack and a few classmates attend a soccer match between Paris Saint-Germain and Marseille, during which Edinson Cavani is akumatised into Striker, after getting a Yellow Card for excessive celebration and a Red Card for arguing with the referee about it.it.
** In Chapter 17, in a flashback, Rabbit and Perro Negro fight an akuma at a convention who has turned several celebrities into action figures, including Creator/StanLee, Creator/LeVarBurton and Creator/LouFerrigno.



* SealedEvilInACan: It's mentioned early on that Trumpeter Swan was "sealed away" when he was defeated, which kept them from recovering the Swan Miraculous. In Chapter 17, it's explained that [[spoiler:he was turned into an action figure by his last akuma Comikaze and will stay that way as long as he's in "mint condition", or gets released by Miraculous Rabbit.]]



* ShaggyDogStory: [[spoiler:Played with regarding the Beacon arc. After Rabbit recovers the Beacon, she convinces Jade and Dr. Lacasse to go against Mr Bergeron's order to destroy it, so that she can use it to find the other kwamis without alerting Hawkmoth. However, her attempt only proved that no kwami bonded to a Miraculous would be able to simply abandon it or their holder, suggesting that nothing much would have changed if Omega or Hawk Moth had activated it instead. On the other hand, this result does confirm to her that all of the remaining kwamis actually ''have'' holders, and the Mantis, Firefly and Dragonfly holders have since arrived in Paris.]]

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* ShaggyDogStory: [[spoiler:Played with regarding the Beacon arc. After Rabbit recovers the Beacon, she convinces Jade and Dr. Lacasse to go against Mr Bergeron's order to destroy it, so that she can use it to find the other kwamis without alerting Hawkmoth. However, her attempt only proved that no kwami bonded to a Miraculous would be able to simply abandon it or their holder, suggesting that nothing much would have changed if Omega or Hawk Moth had activated it instead. On the other hand, this result does confirm to her that all of the remaining kwamis actually ''have'' holders, and the Mantis, Firefly and Dragonfly holders have since arrived in Paris. And then it's revealed that this is exactly what Mr. Bergeron/Omega wanted her to do.]]



* StrawMisogynist: In Chapter 17, Rabbit fights a comic themed akuma who accuses her of being a "fake geek girl". Rabbit chooses to rile him up by deliberately misunderstanding his references (eg, guessing that "[[Film/RevengeOfTheSith I have the high ground!]]" comes from ''Franchise/StarTrek''.)



* TemptingFate: Jack and Diego ignored their kwamis' warnings about what might happen if they unmasked: "I think itís [[YouAreWorthHell worth the risk]], ''conejito''.". As a result, Jack picks up her partner's bad luck, with the implied result of being forced to move to France, as well as her superpower being replaced with his.

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* TemptingFate: Jack and Diego ignored their kwamis' warnings about what might happen if they unmasked: "I think itís [[YouAreWorthHell worth the risk]], ''conejito''.". As a result, Jack picks up her partner's bad luck, with the implied result of being forced to move to France, as well as her superpower being replaced with his. [[spoiler:It later turns out that that last one had nothing to do with it, though.]]



** Chapter 17 continues by upending everything we thought we knew: [[spoiler:Evie really is the Guardian (and was previously Swan Princess), her grandfather is actually Omega, Howard Jenson isn't working for him, Mimmi is able to confirm this by eavesdropping on Omega's conversation with Gabriel, which also reveals to Jack that Gabriel is Hawk Moth.]]



** Chapter 17 has an extended flashback to [[spoiler:Jack's last month in Los Angeles, including the capture of Trumpeter Swan. It's framed by a few scenes in the present where Jack has to deal with new revelations about Omega, the Guardian and Hawk Moth]].



-->'''Femme Defamation''': You have such funny sayings in your language. One of my favorites is ó how does it go again? ó Ah, yes. ĎSticks and stones may break my bones, but words can never hurt me.í How quaint. Well, let me tell you, girl. I can make words hurt a lot, you mangy, plebeian, insignificant, hideous chipmunk-cheeked freak! (''as she talks, rocks appear around her, which are then propelled at Jack, who gets knocked out'')

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-->'''Femme Defamation''': You have such funny sayings in your language. One of my favorites is ó how does it go again? ó Ah, yes. ĎSticks and stones may break my bones, but words can never hurt me.í How quaint. Well, let me tell you, girl. I can make words hurt a lot, you mangy, plebeian, insignificant, hideous chipmunk-cheeked freak! (''as she talks, rocks appear around her, which are then propelled at Jack, who gets knocked out'')out'')
* YourCostumeNeedsWork: When Rabbit fights an akuma during a convention at the Staples Centre, she gets mistaken for a Cosplayer, In the same chapter, Perro reveals that he won third place in a Perro Negro lookalike competition.


** [[spoiler:In Chapter 11, Marinette, Adrien and Jack get arrested for not supporting Phoenix.]]

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** [[spoiler:In In Chapter 11, Marinette, Adrien and Jack get arrested for not supporting Phoenix.]]



* CloneDegeneration: [[spoiler:Played with. While kwami DNA doesn't decompose, thus presumably making it ideal for use in the Beacon, the DNA sample from the Chameleon recree Hokss is partially decomposed, enough that the villains weren't able to use it. However, Mr. Bergeron attributes this to Hokss being a less powerful Kwami, stating that samples from Mimmi and Wrekk would be strong enough.]]

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* CloneDegeneration: [[spoiler:Played with. Played with regarding the Recree kwamis. While kwami DNA doesn't decompose, thus [[spoiler:thus presumably making it ideal for use in the Beacon, the DNA sample from the Chameleon recree Hokss is partially decomposed, enough that the villains weren't able to use it. However, Mr. Bergeron attributes this to Hokss being a less powerful Kwami, stating that samples from Mimmi and Wrekk would be strong enough. This is confirmed when Jack manages to use Mimmi to activate it.]]



* HatesMySecretIdentity: It goes back and forth with Jack/Rabbit. Rabbit is initially mistaken for an akuma and then for a villain in her own right after causing a lot of damage to a Paris neighbourhood, but Jack, while initially an outcast (an American transfer student with a limited grasp of French), gains some popularity from her classmates after helping save Adrien from an akuma out of costume. On the other hand, while Ladybug knows that Rabbit is a good person, Marinette spends several chapters hating Jack out of misguided jealousy, believing she's interested in Adrien. When Marinette finds out Jack has a boyfriend back in the US, she apologises for her behaviour and she and Alya (who has since become a Rabbit supporter) make friends with her - just in time for Rabbit to screw up again and lose a lot of Ladybug's trust in her. [[spoiler:However, they're on good terms by the end of Chapter 9.]]

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* HatesMySecretIdentity: It goes back and forth with Jack/Rabbit. Rabbit is initially mistaken for an akuma and then for a villain in her own right after causing a lot of damage to a Paris neighbourhood, but Jack, while initially an outcast (an American transfer student with a limited grasp of French), gains some popularity from her classmates after helping save Adrien from an akuma out of costume. On the other hand, while Ladybug knows that Rabbit is a good person, Marinette spends several chapters hating Jack out of misguided jealousy, believing she's interested in Adrien. When Marinette finds out Jack has a boyfriend back in the US, she apologises for her behaviour and she and Alya (who has since become a Rabbit supporter) make friends with her - just in time for Rabbit to screw up again and lose a lot of Ladybug's trust in her. [[spoiler:However, However, they're on good terms by the end of Chapter 9.]]



** [[spoiler:During the Phoenix attack, Chloé attempts to pass herself off as Rabbit by putting her hair in a fishbone braid in order to get close enough to the possessed medal. Phoenix points out that even if she's telling the truth her miraculous is worthless to Hawk Moth.]]
** [[spoiler:In chapter 13, Chameleon poses as the Mantis holder, a black girl with a southern accent, to get close to Rabbit. As it happens, the actual Praying Mantis, introduced in Chapter 14, is a Korean adult male with no such accent. The remaining Recree users do not resemble this girl either, so where her likeness came from is unknown.]]

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** [[spoiler:During During the Phoenix attack, Chloé attempts to pass herself off as Rabbit by putting her hair in a fishbone braid in order to get close enough to the possessed medal. Phoenix points out that even if she's telling the truth her miraculous is worthless to Hawk Moth.]]
Moth.
** [[spoiler:In In chapter 13, Chameleon [[spoiler:Chameleon poses as the Mantis holder, a black girl with a southern accent, to get close to Rabbit. As it happens, the actual Praying Mantis, introduced in Chapter 14, is a Korean adult male with no such accent. The remaining Recree users do not resemble this girl either, so where her likeness came from is unknown.]]



** [[spoiler:In chapter 13, Rabbit is initially thrilled to meet the Mantis miraculous holder but realises quite quickly that there's no way she could have flown to Paris so soon after she activated the Beacon.]]

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** [[spoiler:In In chapter 13, Rabbit [[spoiler:Rabbit is initially thrilled to meet the Mantis miraculous holder but realises quite quickly that there's no way she could have flown to Paris so soon after she activated the Beacon.]]



** Between Ladybug and Rabbit, mostly one-sided, due to Ladybug not trusting Rabbit to use her powers properly (with good reason). [[spoiler:They seem to be on good terms by the end of Chapter 9 though.]]

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** Between Ladybug and Rabbit, mostly one-sided, due to Ladybug not trusting Rabbit to use her powers properly (with good reason). [[spoiler:They They seem to be on good terms by the end of Chapter 9 though.]]



* TookALevelInKindness: [[spoiler:Much like "[[Recap/MiraculousLadybugS02E02DespairBear Despair Bear]]", chapter 11 has Chloé at her most heroic, taking it upon herself to help Ladybug get the akumatized item, and apologising to Phoenix for trying to have Bastille Day cancelled. And, also like "Despair Bear", it doesn't last to the end of the chapter, but does show at least ''some'' progress.]]

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* TookALevelInKindness: [[spoiler:Much Much like "[[Recap/MiraculousLadybugS02E02DespairBear Despair Bear]]", chapter 11 has Chloé at her most heroic, taking it upon herself to help Ladybug get the akumatized item, and apologising to Phoenix for trying to have Bastille Day cancelled. And, also like "Despair Bear", it doesn't last to the end of the chapter, but does show at least ''some'' progress.]]



* UngratefulBastard: A few of the people Rabbit has saved so far qualify, but in their defense, she did cause a lot of injuries on her first day in Paris, including Alix's father. [[spoiler:In chapter ten, she rescues Alix from one of Pygmalion's statues, cutting through the straps of her backpack with her chakram in the process. Alix's immediate reaction is to complain about the damage to her backpack, but then winces and thanks Rabbit, in English]].

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* UngratefulBastard: A few of the people Rabbit has saved so far qualify, but in their defense, she did cause a lot of injuries on her first day in Paris, including Alix's father. [[spoiler:In In chapter ten, 10, she rescues Alix from one of Pygmalion's statues, cutting through the straps of her backpack with her chakram in the process. Alix's immediate reaction is to complain about the damage to her backpack, but then winces and thanks Rabbit, in English]].English.



** Played straight again in [[spoiler:Chapter 13, which goes to great lengths not to reveal that Chameleon is disguised as Ladybug, and that the other two not only know it but were ''counting'' on it, until the very end of the fight.]] All we get is Rabbit saying, "I have an ideaÖ But itís dangerous and stupid and we have to split up."

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** Played straight again in [[spoiler:Chapter Chapter 13, which goes to great lengths not to reveal that Chameleon [[spoiler:Chameleon is disguised as Ladybug, and that the other two not only know it but were ''counting'' on it, until the very end of the fight.]] All we get is Rabbit saying, "I have an ideaÖ But itís dangerous and stupid and we have to split up."



** In Chapter 16, [[spoiler:Mantis again calls out Jack for not thinking enough about the consequences after TheInfiltration plan goes awry.]]

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** In Chapter 16, [[spoiler:Mantis again calls out Jack Rabbit for not thinking enough about the consequences after TheInfiltration plan goes awry.]]


* BattleCouple: Jack/Rabbit and Diego/Perro Negro. In contrast to the series' Love Square, they both fell for the other's superhero forms before they unmasked for each other, and were surprised but not disappointed by their partner's civilian form.

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* BattleCouple: Jack/Rabbit and Diego/Perro Negro. In contrast to the series' Love Square, they both fell for the other's superhero forms before they unmasked for each other, and were surprised but not while they hadn't been especially close in civilian form they weren't disappointed by their partner's civilian form.either.


* ImNotAHeroImA: [[spoiler:Praying Mantis sees himself as "a holder, nothing more." [[YouAreBetterThanYouThinkYouAre Rabbit tries to convinces him otherwise]], pointing out that him keeping Roadd so that no one will abuse his power is heroic in itself.]]

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* ImNotAHeroImA: ImNotAHeroIm: [[spoiler:Praying Mantis sees himself as "a holder, nothing more." [[YouAreBetterThanYouThinkYouAre Rabbit tries to convinces him otherwise]], pointing out that him keeping Roadd so that no one will abuse his power is heroic in itself.]]


* RuleOfSeven: As with the main seven canon Miraculouses, Omega Labs managed to create seven Kwamis, all of which have since bonded with Miraculous: Mimmi the Rabbit (equivalent to Ladybug, both representing good luck), Wrekk the Dog (Black Cat), Ceeree the Swan (Butterfly), Hokss the Chameleon (Fox), Roadd the Mantis (Turtle), and the as-yet-unnamed Dragonfly (Peacock) and Firefly (Bee).

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* RuleOfSeven: As with the main seven canon Miraculouses, Omega Labs managed to create seven Kwamis, all of which have since bonded with Miraculous: Mimmi the Rabbit (equivalent to Ladybug, both representing good luck), Wrekk the Dog (Black Cat), Ceeree the Swan (Butterfly), Hokss the Chameleon (Fox), Roadd the Mantis (Turtle), and Zaasa the as-yet-unnamed Dragonfly (Peacock) and Lummen the Firefly (Bee).


* AntagonistTitle: As with the TV series, most chapters are named after an akuma, the exceptions being the first, "Jack Hammer" (the nickname for Rabbit when she's mistaken for an akuma, which sticks with people who still think she's a villain in later chapters), and the fifth, "Rabbit" (her origin story).

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* AntagonistTitle: As with the TV series, most chapters are named after an akuma, the exceptions being the first, Chapter 1, "Jack Hammer" (the nickname for Rabbit when she's mistaken for an akuma, which sticks with people who still think she's a villain in later chapters), and the fifth, Chapter 5, "Rabbit" (her origin story).story), and Chapter 16, "Ambush", [[spoiler:Praying Mantis's persona when undercover as a villain]].



* ChronicHeroSyndrome: More than once Jack has promised herself or the other heroes that she won't transform again, but the next time an akuma attacks, Rabbit does what she can. [[spoiler:She does sit out a few akuma attacks after her screw-up with Sequana, but at the same time she hasn't given up on trying to get Dogstruction under control.]]
* CloneDegeneration: [[spoiler:Played with. While kwami DNA doesn't decompose, thus presumably making it ideal for use in the Beacon, the DNA sample from the Chameleon recree Hokss is partially decomposed, enough that the villains weren't able to use it. However, Mr. Bergeron attributes this to Hokss being a less powerful Kwami, stating that samples from Mimmi and Wrekk would be strong enough.]]

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* ChronicHeroSyndrome: ChronicHeroSyndrome:
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More than once Jack has promised herself or the other heroes that she won't transform again, but the next time an akuma attacks, Rabbit does what she can. [[spoiler:She does sit out a few akuma attacks after her screw-up with Sequana, but at the same time she hasn't given up on trying to get Dogstruction under control.]]
** [[spoiler:Played with by Praying Mantis, who mentions a couple of times that he never ignores a call for help, but he's also openly resistant to getting involved in the fight against Omega's group to the point of trying to find where Rabbit hid the beacon so he can leave Paris. When Rabbit catches him and calls him out on it, he replies that she and her team aren't in any immediate danger. However, she has his loyalty by the end of the chapter.
]]
* CloneDegeneration: [[spoiler:Played with. While kwami DNA doesn't decompose, thus presumably making it ideal for use in the Beacon, the DNA sample from the Chameleon recree Hokss is partially decomposed, enough that the villains weren't able to use it. However, Mr. Bergeron attributes this to Hokss being a less powerful Kwami, stating that samples from Mimmi and Wrekk would be strong enough.]] ]]
* ComesGreatResponsibility: Referenced in Chapter 16 by [[spoiler:Praying Mantis, who ironically uses it as an excuse not to get involved, because he doesn't want to be responsible for things going as badly as they did when he tried to save the mountain climber.]]



** [[spoiler:Firefly as well, likely overlapping with AscendedFangirl depending on when she got her Miraculous.]]

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** [[spoiler:Firefly as well, to both Rabbit and Nymph (who really doesn't appreciate it), likely overlapping with AscendedFangirl depending on when she got her Miraculous.]]



* HeroOfAnotherStory: A variant in that Jack, the main protagonist, is a hero whose other story is on hiatus. Having defeated Trumpeter Swan before she left Los Angeles (albeit without recovering the Swan Miraculous), she's free to help Ladybug and Chat Noir as much as she can while in Paris. [[spoiler:However, with the introduction the Beacon in chapter 9, Chameleon's arrival in Chapter 10 and the subsequent confirmation that he is TheDragon to Omega, Jack's story is gradually taking center stage.]] Interestingly, Jack in her story basically ''won'' the first round, defeating Trumpeter Swan (who has the same powers as Moth) and confessing to her Miraculous partner before Ladybug and Chat did theirs, though Jack herself doesn't see it that way because they failed to recover the Swan Miraculous or get any closer to Omega.
* HeroWithBadPublicity: Rabbit, whose Paris debut resulted in her causing over a million dollars in property damage and several injuries after she accidentally casts Dogstruction without realizing she could even do that. Chat Noir accepts her explanation quickly enough, as does Ladybug when Chat tells her, but Rabbit is first mistaken for an akuma by the media and then for a supervillain in her own right. She does earn a few more defenders when she helps out civilians during the Road Rage attack, including Nino, but the media continue to question whether she's a hero or a menace. Alya even makes a Ladyblog video painting "Jack Hammer" as an agent of Hawk Moth, which persuades most of her class, some of whom have family members that were affected by the first "rampage". Alya eventually turns around on her after she helps save her from Cottontail and makes her a second video with the other heroes, but Rabbit still hasn't quite escaped her "Jack Hammer" reputation. And while she can't exactly blame them for it, it does get frustrating when it seems like they'd rather see an akuma than her coming to help.

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* HeroOfAnotherStory: A variant in that Jack, the main protagonist, is a hero whose other story is on hiatus. Having defeated Trumpeter Swan before she left Los Angeles (albeit without recovering the Swan Miraculous), she's free to help Ladybug and Chat Noir as much as she can while in Paris. [[spoiler:However, with the introduction of the Beacon in chapter 9, Chameleon's arrival in Chapter 10 and the subsequent confirmation that he is TheDragon to Omega, Jack's story is gradually taking center stage.]] Interestingly, Jack in her story basically ''won'' the first round, defeating Trumpeter Swan (who has the same powers as Moth) and confessing to her Miraculous partner before Ladybug and Chat did theirs, though Jack herself doesn't see it that way because they failed to recover the Swan Miraculous or get any closer to Omega.
Omega. [[spoiler:By chapter 16, it can be argued that Ladybug and Chat Noir fit the trope better, with an akuma attack taking place offscreen while Rabbit's team attempt to get a lead on Omega.]]
* HeroWithBadPublicity: HeroWithBadPublicity:
**
Rabbit, whose Paris debut resulted in her causing over a million dollars in property damage and several injuries after she accidentally casts Dogstruction without realizing she could even do that. Chat Noir accepts her explanation quickly enough, as does Ladybug when Chat tells her, but Rabbit is first mistaken for an akuma by the media and then for a supervillain in her own right. She does earn a few more defenders when she helps out civilians during the Road Rage attack, including Nino, but the media continue to question whether she's a hero or a menace. Alya even makes a Ladyblog video painting "Jack Hammer" as an agent of Hawk Moth, which persuades most of her class, some of whom have family members that were affected by the first "rampage". Alya eventually turns around on her after she helps save her from Cottontail and makes her a second video with the other heroes, but Rabbit still hasn't quite escaped her "Jack Hammer" reputation. And while she can't exactly blame them for it, it does get frustrating when it seems like they'd rather see an akuma than her coming to help.help.
** In a curious case, this trope only applies to Jack ''after'' she came to Paris. She had fans and a large number of supporters back in Los Angeles, but very little of that seems to have made its way to Paris (which seems especially odd in the Information Age).



** In a curious case, this trope only applies to Jack ''after'' she came to Paris. She had fans and a large number of supporters back in Los Angeles, but very little of that seems to have made its way to Paris (which seems especially odd in the Information Age).

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** In a curious case, [[spoiler:Praying Mantis was hit with this trope only applies after his botched attempt to Jack ''after'' she came to Paris. She had fans and save a large number of supporters back mountain climber in Los Angeles, but very little of a storm, ironically because people assumed that seems he hadn't tried to have made its way do anything. This has an impact on him when he's sent undercover posing as a villain to Paris (which seems especially odd in the Information Age).get draw out Omega's group.]]



* ImNotAHeroImA: [[spoiler:Praying Mantis sees himself as "a holder, nothing more." [[YouAreBetterThanYouThinkYouAre Rabbit tries to convinces him otherwise]], pointing out that him keeping Roadd so that no one will abuse his power is heroic in itself.]]



* TheInfiltration: In Chapter 16, [[spoiler:Rabbit's team attempt to pass off Praying Mantis as a supervillain for hire to lure out Omega's group. After an operation lasting several weeks, "Ambush" successfully gets in contact with one of them by offering up Firefly's secret identity, but it backfires at the last minute when Chameleon reveals himself and tries to capture him, forcing Nymph to intervene to save him.]]



** [[spoiler:In chapter 13, Chameleon poses as the Mantis holder, a black girl with a southern accent, to get close to Rabbit. As it happens, the actual Praying Mantis, introduced in Chapter 14 is a guy with no such accent. The remaining Recree users do not resemble this girl either, so where her likeness came from is unknown.]]

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** [[spoiler:In chapter 13, Chameleon poses as the Mantis holder, a black girl with a southern accent, to get close to Rabbit. As it happens, the actual Praying Mantis, introduced in Chapter 14 14, is a guy Korean adult male with no such accent. The remaining Recree users do not resemble this girl either, so where her likeness came from is unknown.]]



* MyGreatestFailure:
** Jack treats her decision to reveal herself to Perro Negro as such, being the apparent cause of her string of bad luck since (eg, her failure to recover the Swan Miraculous and her disastrous Paris debut).
** In chapter 16, [[spoiler:Praying Mantis opens up to Rabbit about his failure to save a stranded mountain climber in a storm, who potentially could have survived if he hadn't gotten involved.]]



* OneDegreeOfSeparation: [[spoiler:Howard Jenson, the man responsible for stealing the Beacon, turns out to be married to the woman who took care of Diego's grandmother.]]

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* OneDegreeOfSeparation: [[spoiler:Howard Jenson, the man responsible for stealing the Beacon, turns out to be married to Evelynn, the woman who took care of Diego's grandmother.grandmother. In turn, Evie is revealed to be the granddaughter of the man Rabbit had previously met under the name Oliver Bergeron, who claimed to be the Guardian.]]



* PeoplePuppets: [[spoiler: Commandant's power enables her to control other people's bodies, but not their minds, which in Rabbit's case allows her to warn Ladybug and Chat Noir of how to dodge her attacks. It stops working when she detransforms and takes the watch off to protect Mimmi, but starts working again as soon as she retransforms.]]

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* PeoplePuppets: [[spoiler: Commandant's [[spoiler:Commandant's power enables her to control other people's bodies, but not their minds, which in Rabbit's case allows her to warn Ladybug and Chat Noir of how to dodge her attacks. It stops working when she detransforms and takes the watch off to protect Mimmi, but starts working again as soon as she retransforms.]]



* RealPersonFic: In chapter 16, Jack and a few classmates attend a soccer match between Paris Saint-Germain and Marseille, during which Edinson Cavani is akumatised into Striker, after getting a Yellow Card for excessive celebration and a Red Card for arguing with the referee about it.



* RightForTheWrongReasons: [[spoiler:After Praying Mantis tried and failed to save a mountain climber, his widow blamed him supposedly doing nothing to save him. Mantis never bothered to correct her.]]



* RuleOfSeven: As with the main seven canon Miraculouses, Omega Labs managed to create seven Miraculouses and Kwamis: Rabbit (equivalent to Ladybug, both representing good luck), Dog (Black Cat), Swan (Butterfly), Chameleon (Fox), Mantis (Turtle), Dragonfly (Peacock) and Firefly (Bee).

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* RuleOfSeven: As with the main seven canon Miraculouses, Omega Labs managed to create seven Miraculouses and Kwamis: Kwamis, all of which have since bonded with Miraculous: Mimmi the Rabbit (equivalent to Ladybug, both representing good luck), Wrekk the Dog (Black Cat), Ceeree the Swan (Butterfly), Hokss the Chameleon (Fox), Roadd the Mantis (Turtle), and the as-yet-unnamed Dragonfly (Peacock) and Firefly (Bee).(Bee).
* SeinfeldianConversation: Adrien and Jack in Chapter 16:
-->'''Adrien''': Öto fight a hundred of anything? Iím telling you, one horse-sized duck is the way to go.Ē\\
'''Jack''': Two problems with that. (''ticking them off with her fingers'') One, have you ever met a horse? They are HUGE! Two, have you ever met a duck? They will bite you. So, no, I would much rather fight one hundred duck-sized horses. I could kick them. Or, you know, befriend them with carrots because miniature anything is adorable.



* ShaggyDogStory: [[spoiler:Played with regarding the Beacon arc. After Rabbit recovers the Beacon, she convinces Jade and Dr. Lacasse to go against the Guardian's order to destroy it, so that she can use it to find the other kwamis without alerting Hawkmoth. However, her attempt only proved that any kwami bonded to a Miraculous wouldn't be able to simply abandon it or their holder. On the other hand, this result does confirm to her that all of the remaining kwamis actually ''have'' holders, who they should be on the lookout for.]]

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* ShaggyDogStory: [[spoiler:Played with regarding the Beacon arc. After Rabbit recovers the Beacon, she convinces Jade and Dr. Lacasse to go against the Guardian's Mr Bergeron's order to destroy it, so that she can use it to find the other kwamis without alerting Hawkmoth. However, her attempt only proved that any no kwami bonded to a Miraculous wouldn't would be able to simply abandon it or their holder. holder, suggesting that nothing much would have changed if Omega or Hawk Moth had activated it instead. On the other hand, this result does confirm to her that all of the remaining kwamis actually ''have'' holders, who they should be on and the lookout for.Mantis, Firefly and Dragonfly holders have since arrived in Paris.]]



* SleepingDummy: Jack uses one when she needs to sneak out at night, complete with her phone playing recorded sounds of herself sleeping. [[spoiler:It even fools Praying Mantis momentarily when she brings him home in Chapter 16.]]



* TeethClenchedTeamwork: Between Ladybug and Rabbit, mostly one-sided, due to Ladybug not trusting Rabbit to use her powers properly (with good reason). [[spoiler:They seem to be on good terms by the end of Chapter 9 though.]]

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* TeethClenchedTeamwork: TeethClenchedTeamwork:
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Between Ladybug and Rabbit, mostly one-sided, due to Ladybug not trusting Rabbit to use her powers properly (with good reason). [[spoiler:They seem to be on good terms by the end of Chapter 9 though.]] ]]
** Namechecked in Chapter 16 [[spoiler:when Praying Mantis is forced to work with the other heroes so Rabbit will turn the Beacon off, but they manage to patch things up by the end]].



* WhamEpisode: Chapter 12: [[spoiler:Rabbit finally makes contact with the Guardian Oliver Bergeron and learns that he was responsible for the creation of the Beacon. Jack manages to track down the Beacon and identify the man responsible for the theft, Howard Jenson. When Mr. Bergeron asks Rabbit and her allies at [=DyTech=] to destroy the Beacon, she convinces them to disobey him and use it to track down the remaining kwamis.]]

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* WhamEpisode: WhamEpisode:
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Chapter 12: [[spoiler:Rabbit finally makes contact with the Guardian Oliver Bergeron and learns that he was responsible for the creation of the Beacon. Jack manages to track down the Beacon and identify the man responsible for the theft, Howard Jenson. When Mr. Bergeron asks Rabbit and her allies at [=DyTech=] to destroy the Beacon, she convinces them to disobey him and use it to track down the remaining kwamis.]]
** The ending of Chapter 16: [[spoiler:Jack is in the middle of a French comprehension test given by Gabriel when they're interrupted by two familiar visitors: Oliver Bergeron, who Gabriel knows by the name Julius Ende, and his granddaughter, ''Evie Jenson''. Once Jack and Evie are alone together, Evie reveals that she knows Jack is Rabbit and claims that she is the ''real'' Guardian.
]]



** In chapter 10, [[spoiler:both Ladybug and Chat Noir call out the others for their attempt to draw out the Pygmalion akuma by pissing off Pierre, but Ladybug later admits that the plan was sound even if the execution was poor.]]

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** In chapter 10, [[spoiler:both both Ladybug and Chat Noir call out the others for their attempt to draw out the Pygmalion akuma by pissing off Pierre, but Ladybug later admits that the plan was sound even if the execution was poor.]]


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** In Chapter 16, [[spoiler:Mantis again calls out Jack for not thinking enough about the consequences after TheInfiltration plan goes awry.]]


* AltumVidetur: A RunningGag with Dr. Lacasse, specifically regarding animals.
-->'''Dr. Lacasse''': Say you wished to find a rare specimen, such as a Dryococelus Australis. (''takes note of the blank looks on Rabbit and Chat Noir's faces.'') A tree lobster.\\
(''The two burst out laughing.'')\\
'''Rabbit''': Tree lobster? Really? Thatís a thing?\\
'''Dr. Lacasse''': Thatís why I prefer Dryococelus AustralisÖ


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* GratuitousLatin: A RunningGag with Dr. Lacasse, specifically regarding animals.
-->'''Dr. Lacasse''': Say you wished to find a rare specimen, such as a Dryococelus Australis. (''takes note of the blank looks on Rabbit and Chat Noir's faces.'') A tree lobster.\\
(''The two burst out laughing.'')\\
'''Rabbit''': Tree lobster? Really? Thatís a thing?\\
'''Dr. Lacasse''': Thatís why I prefer Dryococelus AustralisÖ


** [[spoiler:In chapter 13, Chameleon poses as the Mantis holder, a black girl with a southern accent, to get close to Rabbit. As it happens, the actual Praying Mantis, introduced in Chapter 14 is a guy with no such accent.]]

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** [[spoiler:In chapter 13, Chameleon poses as the Mantis holder, a black girl with a southern accent, to get close to Rabbit. As it happens, the actual Praying Mantis, introduced in Chapter 14 is a guy with no such accent. The remaining Recree users do not resemble this girl either, so where her likeness came from is unknown.]]



* NoSell: Rabbit's attempt to purify an akuma butterfly with her Chakaram.

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* NoSell: Rabbit's attempt to purify an akuma butterfly with her Chakaram. Initially, it's taken as proof that Jack's powers took on those of Perro Negro's, but chapter 15 introduces the possibility that Jack could only cure those Akumas from her enemy, Trumpeter Swan.


* ImaginaryLoveTriangle: Marinette thinks that Jack is interested in Adrien, only finding out she has a boyfriend after she sets the outfit prank into motion.

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* ImaginaryLoveTriangle: Marinette thinks that Jack is interested in Adrien, only finding out she has a boyfriend after she sets the outfit prank into motion. While Jack ''was'' sticking very close to Adrien, it was because [[BecauseYouWereNiceToMe he was the only one to treat her kindly on her first day]] and he's her French tutor and interpreter (as she can't speak it fluently at first).



* KidsAreCruel: Jack doesn't get the best treatment from her classmates on her first day, as even the nicer ones such as Rose don't seem particularly sympathetic to her inexperience with French or being a newcomer to Paris, and it almost gets her akumatised during lunch. Adrien helps turn things around for her, admitting that he should have approached her himself earlier, and by the end of Chapter 7 most of the class are much friendlier to her, aside from Chloé and Sabrina.

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* KidsAreCruel: Jack doesn't get the best treatment from her classmates on her first day, as even the nicer ones such as Rose don't seem particularly sympathetic to her inexperience with French or being a newcomer to Paris, and it almost gets her akumatised during lunch. Adrien helps turn things around for her, admitting that he should have approached her himself earlier, and by the end of Chapter 7 most of the class are much friendlier to her, aside from Chloé and Sabrina. Unfortunately, because Adrien was paying attention to someone who ''wasn't'' her, Alya and Marinette fall headlong into this trope, planning a cruel prank and giving Jack the cold shoulder until they're told that Jack has a boyfriend and isn't interested in Adrien.

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