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* [[{{Main/BFS}} BFS]]: [[spoiler:Lord Tenma's]] weapon of choice.

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* ShoutOut:
** In ''The Meeting Of Two Birds'', Mini was seen wielding [[Anime/DragonBallZ a scouter-like digital map device]].
** In ''A Day At The Springs'', Koishi's AxCrazy antics [[BerserkButton if something went wrong with her hat]] [[WebVideo/KoishiKomeijisHeartThrobbingAdventure is an obvious reference to a certain fan video series]].


* SuperPoweredEvilSide: [[spoiler:Whenever Mini took too much damage or mentally exhausted, he would be unable to surpress his ''"youkai half"'' and his consciousness fade away and his mind being taken over. Look at WhamShot below.]]

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* SuperPoweredEvilSide: [[spoiler:Whenever Mini took too much damage or mentally exhausted, he would be unable to surpress his ''"youkai half"'' and as his consciousness fade is fading away and his mind being taken over. Look at WhamShot below.over by his ''"youkai half"''.]]

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* SuperPoweredEvilSide: [[spoiler:Whenever Mini took too much damage or mentally exhausted, he would be unable to surpress his ''"youkai half"'' and his consciousness fade away and his mind being taken over. Look at WhamShot below.]]


* {{Tsundere}}: Momiji, towards Hiraku.
** In Episode 3 of ''W&S'', Aya calls Momiji a Tsundere. Then, Momiji digs herself deeper by [[HypocriticalHumor spouting out tons of typical Tsundere lines]].

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* {{Tsundere}}: Momiji, towards Hiraku.
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Hiraku. In Episode 3 of ''W&S'', Aya calls Momiji a Tsundere. Then, Momiji digs herself deeper by [[HypocriticalHumor spouting out tons of typical Tsundere lines]].



* TheCameo: Okami Kobayashi from [=CrystalGreatSword=]'s ''Call of the Moon'' appears in Episode 5.

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Okami Kobayashi from [=CrystalGreatSword=]'s ''Call of the Moon'' appears in Episode 5.



* MathematiciansAnswer: In Episode 3, Hiraku's answer to how he got into the Kappa's lab: using the front door.

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* MathematiciansAnswer: MathematiciansAnswer:
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In Episode 3, Hiraku's answer to how he got into the Kappa's lab: using the front door.



* OverlyNervousFlopSweat: Cirno gets it in Episode 1.

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Cirno gets it in Episode 1.



* WhamShot: From Episode 6, Nitori's computer showing what appears to be Mini's vitals [[spoiler:becoming more youkai than human]].
** Also from Episode 6, [[spoiler:Victor teaming up with Shino]].

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* WhamShot: WhamShot:
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From Episode 6, Nitori's computer showing what appears to be Mini's vitals [[spoiler:becoming more youkai than human]].
** Also from Episode 6, [[spoiler:Victor teaming up with Shino]].


* TheCameo: Various episodes feature [[Fanfic/DiamondInTheRough the Diamondback beasts]].

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* TheCameo: Various episodes feature [[Fanfic/DiamondInTheRough [[WebAnimation/DiamondInTheRoughTouhou the Diamondback beasts]].


'''''Mini's Short''''': The misadventures of half-human, half-bird youkai magician Mini, his human roommate and sword prodigy Megumi, a large cast of original characters, plus the canon Touhou cast. The series begins with a lighthearted and comedic tone, focusing on the antics of the characters, Mini's budding romance with Utsuho, and Megumi's rivalry with Remilia Scarlet, but becomes increasingly complex in terms of its use of characters and plotlines. [[http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBnpYOTRjd3Xo7QkQC1ivM-5ujeDg2iO5 Watch it here.]]

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'''''Mini's Short''''': Shorts''''': The misadventures of half-human, half-bird youkai magician Mini, his human roommate and sword prodigy Megumi, a large cast of original characters, plus the canon Touhou cast. The series begins with a lighthearted and comedic tone, focusing on the antics of the characters, Mini's budding romance with Utsuho, and Megumi's rivalry with Remilia Scarlet, but becomes increasingly complex in terms of its use of characters and plotlines. [[http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBnpYOTRjd3Xo7QkQC1ivM-5ujeDg2iO5 Watch it here.]]



** From Episode 6, Lloyd Townsend from [=iShingoYabuki=]'s ''Lesson of Life'', and Walfaser Leon Tekashi, Ethan Rivers, and [=NoraNekoSparks=].

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** From Episode 6, Lloyd Townsend from [=iShingoYabuki=]'s ''Lesson of Life'', and Walfaser Walfasers Leon Tekashi, Ethan Rivers, and [=NoraNekoSparks=].

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* HalfHumanHybrid: Mini is a half-human, half-crow tengu youkai. To learn magic more quickly, he agreed to become a half-youkai hybrid, which apparently comes with dangerous side-effects. [[spoiler:This comes back to bite him in ''W&S''.]]


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* ParentalAbandonment: Both Mini and Megumi. Mini never knew his real parents, Megumi's parents died in the Vampire Incident.


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* POVCam: Used numerous times throughout the series.
** Episode 1 begins in Mini's nightmare from his perspective.
** In Episode 6, one of the shots comes from Yukari's perspective.


* CerebusSyndrome: The tone becomes more somber and mellow as it goes on.



* {{Dramedy}}
* EyeCatch: They start appearing in later episodes.



* SeasonFluidity: Starts off as episodic, but increasingly gains its own continuity, culminating in ''W&S''.



* {{Tsundere}}: Momiji, towards Hiraku.
** In Episode 3 of ''W&S'', Aya calls Momiji a Tsundere. Then, Momiji digs herself deeper by [[HypocriticalHumor spouting out tons of typical Tsundere lines]].



* Tsundere: Aya calls Momiji one in Episode 3. Then, Momiji digs herself deeper by spouting out tons of typical Tsundere lines.


'''''Wiccan & Swordsgirl''''': After the events of ''Mini's Shorts'', Mini begins suffering from headaches, nightmares, and other strange phenomena. Between his usual misadventures, Mini tries to find the source of these strange problems, and it seems the answer may have to do with whether he's more human or more youkai. Like ''Mini's Shorts'', it continues the classic SliceOfLife style of the previous serious, only now it has a much wider story arc. [[http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLwfeexx7FbmBstpcaU0Z83jQ1mZG3H6lO Watch it here.]]

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'''''Wiccan & Swordsgirl''''': After the events of ''Mini's Shorts'', Mini begins suffering from headaches, nightmares, and other strange phenomena. Between his usual misadventures, Mini tries to find the source of these strange problems, and it seems the answer may have to do with whether he's more human or more youkai. Like ''Mini's Shorts'', it continues the classic SliceOfLife style of the previous serious, series, only now it has a much wider story arc.arc and a more serious tone. [[http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLwfeexx7FbmBstpcaU0Z83jQ1mZG3H6lO Watch it here.]]


** Episode 5 focuses on Netchu, Letchu, and Proffessor Furukawa.

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** Episode 5 focuses on Netchu, Letchu, and Proffessor Professor Furukawa.

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[[caption-width-right:300:The episodic-[[ArcWelding turned]]-[[MythArc mythic]] adventures of a miniscule wiccan.]]


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* TheCameo: Various episodes feature [[Fanfic/DiamondInTheRough the Diamondback beasts]].



* HotSpringsEpisode: ''A Day At The Springs''



! Tropes from ''Wiccan & Swordsgirl''

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! Tropes from ''Wiccan & Swordsgirl''Swordsgirl'':


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* AnimationBump: The animation is much, much more elaborate than ''Mini's Shorts'', and with how elaborate the later episodes got, that's saying something.

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