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* BigBad: Kurisu Takaya, the president of Amagi Development, in the first book.

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* BigBad: Kurisu Takaya, the president of Amagi Development, in the first book.book and anime. He intends to close down the titular park and replace it with a golf course, [[spoiler:and is also the wizard who cursed Latifa]].


-->-- Text on the first page of StorybookOpening in the anime OP. [[note]][[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YFqH7wDfm2s Initial release]] had "It's not a Manga/FairyTail ", a statement which is [[CaptainObvious most definitely correct.]][[/note]]

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-->-- Text on the first page of StorybookOpening in the anime OP. [[note]][[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YFqH7wDfm2s Initial release]] had "It's not a Manga/FairyTail ", a statement which is [[CaptainObvious most definitely correct.]][[/note]]
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* LoveableSexManiac: Tiramie, the Fairy of Flowers is a huge pervert, always complementing the girls on their bodies. He once screamed that he refused to not talk of his love of T&A.

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* LoveableSexManiac: LovableSexManiac: Tiramie, the Fairy of Flowers is a huge pervert, always complementing the girls on their bodies. He once screamed that he refused to not talk of his love of T&A.


** Otherwise subverted given that just about all the regular human characters have pretty normal hair colors.

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* CastingGag: With a mix of ActorAllusion for Creator/AllisonKeith would bring to mind Melissa Mao from the LightNovel/FullMetalPanic series.

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* ActorAllusion: With a mix of CastingGag for Creator/AllisonKeith would bring to mind Melissa Mao from the LightNovel/FullMetalPanic series.

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* BathofPoverty: Isuzu Sento's apartment doesn't have a bathroom so she had put a clawfoot bathtub in her kitchen that is filled by a hose connected to the sink so she can easily keep up with her 3 baths a day.

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* PlotTailoredToTheParty: One episode has the fairies use their various specialties (whether it be tied to their job or not) to complete a gauntlet to shut down the park's security system. Otherwise, in a more general sense, as the series is about running an Amusement Park, each employee has a specialization that they bring to the table. That said, [[spoiler:the latter is {{Decontructed}} when several employees are taken out of their element, and they struggle appropriately]].


An animated adaptation was produced by Creator/KyotoAnimation, covering the first book, and aired a total of 13 episodes between [[Fall2014Anime October 6, 2014 and December 25, 2014]]. The series was directed by Yasuhiro Takemoto, with Fumihiko Shimo serving as series composer, Miku Kadowaki as character designer, and Nobuaki Maruki as chief animation director.

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An animated adaptation was produced by Creator/KyotoAnimation, covering the first book, and aired a total of 13 episodes between [[Fall2014Anime October 6, 2014 and December 25, 2014]]. The series was directed by Yasuhiro Takemoto, with Fumihiko Shimo serving as series composer, Miku Kadowaki serving as character designer, and Nobuaki Maruki serving as chief animation director.


* AdaptationalModesty: Probably due to it being KyoAni. The manga and light novel are substantially more provocative. That said, there are MaleGaze FanService shots seen from time to time, such as the scantily-clad Elementario girls in the ending credits, or Isuzu in her pirate outfit in episode 7.

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* AdaptationalModesty: Probably due to it being KyoAni.Creator/KyotoAnimation. The manga and light novel are substantially more provocative. That said, there are MaleGaze FanService shots seen from time to time, such as the scantily-clad Elementario girls in the ending credits, or Isuzu in her pirate outfit in episode 7.



* {{Fanservice}}: This is the first KyoAni series in a while that isn't coy with it, and as the author's commentary on the back of Volume 3 of the light novel shows, Gatoh wanted to cram as much as possible into the adaptation (like Isuzu's {{Gainaxing}}), but the studio's head of production (Takemoto) shot down most of his suggestions. That said, they do get away with it in the ending credits, which shows the four shapely Elementario girls with minimal coverage of their various elements as the credits roll. And there are some suggestive shots of Isuzu from time to time, such as in the first episode when Seiya walks in on her using his bathroom.
** Another fine example regarding the changes is Episode 8. During the time [[LatexPerfection Izusu (Tiramie)]] flirts with Seiya, 'she' actually unbuttoned her shirt while revealing her cleavage and doesn't have the large zipper in the light novel.

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* {{Fanservice}}: This is the first KyoAni Creator/KyotoAnimation series in a while that isn't coy with it, and as the author's commentary on the back of Volume 3 of the light novel shows, Gatoh wanted to cram as much as possible into the adaptation (like Isuzu's {{Gainaxing}}), but the studio's head of production (Takemoto) shot down most of his suggestions. That said, they do get away with it in the ending credits, which shows the four shapely Elementario girls with minimal coverage of their various elements as the credits roll. And there are some suggestive shots of Isuzu from time to time, such as in the first episode when Seiya walks in on her using his bathroom.
** Another fine example regarding the changes is Episode 8. During the time [[LatexPerfection Izusu (Tiramie)]] flirts with Seiya, 'she' actually unbuttoned her shirt while revealing her cleavage and cleavage. And she doesn't have the large zipper in the light novel.


* RedHerring: Eiko Adachi, one of the part-timers being a former "A.V." [[labelnote:Explanation]]A.V. by the way, means "adult video", meaning, yes, they thought she was a porn star[[/labelnote]] actress, which ''immediately'' stuns both Seiya and Moffle... then makes them curious what her, ahem, stage name was. [[spoiler:As Isuzu finds out later on to her relief, A.V. in this case just means "animal video", where she was just a narrator to AnimalPlanet-style shows.]]

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* RedHerring: Eiko Adachi, one of the part-timers being a former "A.V." [[labelnote:Explanation]]A.V. by the way, means "adult video", meaning, yes, they thought she was a porn star[[/labelnote]] actress, which ''immediately'' stuns both Seiya and Moffle... then makes them curious what her, ahem, stage name was. [[spoiler:As Isuzu finds out later on to her relief, A.V. in this case just means "animal video", where she was just a narrator to AnimalPlanet-style Creator/AnimalPlanet-style shows.]]


* BadBoss: Seiya deliberately invokes this in Episode 2, partly to see how committed the cast was still to their park, and partly to inspire them, albeit in a crude way. His first order of business is to shut the park down for a day and order the cast to fix up their attractions, which doesn't sit well with Moffle. He gradually shifts out of this trope as the show goes on.

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* BadBoss: Seiya deliberately invokes this in Episode 2, partly to see how committed the cast was still was to their park, and partly to inspire them, albeit in a crude way. His first order of business is to shut the park down for a day and order the cast to fix up their attractions, which doesn't sit well with Moffle. He gradually shifts out of this trope as the show goes on.


Written by Shoji Gatoh (of ''LightNovel/FullMetalPanic'' fame) and illustrated by Yuka Nakajima, ''Amagi Brilliant Park'' (甘城ブリリアントパーク) is a light novel series published by Fujimi Shobo under their Fujimi Fantasia Bunko imprint, with five volumes out so far after its debut in February 2013. Three manga adaptations have been done of the story as well, all published under Kadokawa Shoten; one of the light novels, one of the anime, and one a {{yonkoma}}.

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Written by Shoji Gatoh (of ''LightNovel/FullMetalPanic'' fame) and illustrated by Yuka Nakajima, ''Amagi Brilliant Park'' (甘城ブリリアントパーク) is a light novel series published by Fujimi Shobo under their Fujimi Fantasia Bunko imprint, with five eight volumes out so far after its debut in February 2013.available as of June 2016. Three manga adaptations have been done of the story as well, all published under Kadokawa Shoten; one of the light novels, one of the anime, and one a {{yonkoma}}.


* InstantBandages: Often appear on whoever gets shot by Isuzu, such as in Episodes 2 or 3.



* LargeHam: Seiya has a habit of doing this, especially if he's in a tough spot or relying on his powers.


* HoistByHisOwnPetard: The gold koala wrestling Shiina in the OVA. He attempts to use a chain on her, only for her to trip, and the chain wrapping around one of the corner posts instead. It then swings back and smacks him in the head, knocking him out in the process.

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* HoistByHisOwnPetard: The gold koala wrestling Shiina in the OVA. He attempts to use a chain on her, only for her to trip, and the chain wrapping around one of the corner posts instead. It then swings back and smacks him in the head, knocking him out in the process. The match was very one-sided in his favor to begin with, so he surely could have won without a weapon.



** [[spoiler:Latifa loses all the memories she gained over the course of the year every time the park hits its annual visitor quota. Whenever this happens, someone, usually Moffle, has to then fill her in on the memories she just "lost".]]

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** [[spoiler:Latifa loses all the memories she gained over the course of the year every time on the park hits its annual visitor quota.anniversary of the curse being placed on her. Whenever this happens, someone, usually Moffle, has to then fill her in on the memories she just "lost".]]

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