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* FantasticPrejudice: D-class students are ridiculed by other classes for their low grades.

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* FantasticPrejudice: FantasticRacism: D-class students are ridiculed by other classes for their low grades.


* AdaptationDistillation: Anime adaptation very much reduces and simplifies the original novel, right up to the fact that in many scenes Horikita takes the place of other girls.

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* AdaptationDistillation: Anime The anime adaptation very much reduces and simplifies the original novel, right up to the fact that in many scenes Horikita takes the place of other girls.



** Kikyō attempts a find a seat on the bus for an old lady who can barely stand, highlighting her kind and friendly personality.

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** Kikyō attempts a to find a seat on the bus for an old lady who can barely stand, highlighting her kind and friendly personality.


'''Classroom of the Elite''' (''ようこそ実力至上主義の教室へ Yōkoso Jitsuryoku Shijō Shugi no Kyōshitsu e'', "Welcome to the Classroom of the Supreme Ability Doctrine") is a Japanese light novel series written by Syohgo Kinugasa and illustrated by Shunsaku Tomose. It started publication on Media Factory n May 25, 2015, and has so far spawned 6 volumes. The currently airing anime adaption by Creator/{{Lerche}} is available for legal streaming with subtitles on Website/{{Crunchyroll}} [[http://www.crunchyroll.com/classroom-of-the-elite here]], and with an English Dub on Creator/{{Funimation}} [[https://www.funimation.com/shows/classroom-of-the-elite/ here]].

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'''Classroom of the Elite''' (''ようこそ実力至上主義の教室へ Yōkoso Jitsuryoku Shijō Shugi no Kyōshitsu e'', "Welcome to the Classroom of the Supreme Ability Doctrine") is a Japanese light novel series written by Syohgo Kinugasa and illustrated by Shunsaku Tomose. It started publication on Media Factory n May 25, 2015, and has so far spawned 6 volumes. The currently airing anime adaption Anime adaptation by Creator/{{Lerche}} is available for legal streaming with subtitles on Website/{{Crunchyroll}} [[http://www.crunchyroll.com/classroom-of-the-elite here]], and with an English Dub on Creator/{{Funimation}} [[https://www.funimation.com/shows/classroom-of-the-elite/ here]].


** [[spoiler: FridgeBrilliance: Kiyotaka probably knew that but didn't care.]]


Classroom of the Elite (ようこそ実力至上主義の教室へ Yōkoso Jitsuryoku Shijō Shugi no Kyōshitsu e, "Welcome to the Classroom of the Supreme Ability Doctrine") is a Japanese light novel series written by Syohgo Kinugasa and illustrated by Shunsaku Tomose. It started publication on Media Factory n May 25, 2015, and has so far spawned 6 volumes. The currently airing anime adaption by Creator/{{Lerche}} is available for legal streaming with subtitles on Website/{{Crunchyroll}} [[http://www.crunchyroll.com/classroom-of-the-elite here]], and with an English Dub on Creator/{{Funimation}} [[https://www.funimation.com/shows/classroom-of-the-elite/ here]].

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Classroom '''Classroom of the Elite (ようこそ実力至上主義の教室へ Elite''' (''ようこそ実力至上主義の教室へ Yōkoso Jitsuryoku Shijō Shugi no Kyōshitsu e, e'', "Welcome to the Classroom of the Supreme Ability Doctrine") is a Japanese light novel series written by Syohgo Kinugasa and illustrated by Shunsaku Tomose. It started publication on Media Factory n May 25, 2015, and has so far spawned 6 volumes. The currently airing anime adaption by Creator/{{Lerche}} is available for legal streaming with subtitles on Website/{{Crunchyroll}} [[http://www.crunchyroll.com/classroom-of-the-elite here]], and with an English Dub on Creator/{{Funimation}} [[https://www.funimation.com/shows/classroom-of-the-elite/ here]].


** [[spoiler: FridgeBrilliance: Kiyotaka probably know that but he wouldn't care.]]

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** [[spoiler: FridgeBrilliance: Kiyotaka probably know knew that but he wouldn't didn't care.]]

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* CryIntoChest: After the worst of Ryuuen's schemes are over in volume 7, Kei has a long, cathartic cry into Kiyotaka's chest while he assures her that she's going to be okay.


* ImplausibleDeniability: Even in the face of Kiyotaka himself explaining how he was Villain X, and Kei confirming that fact, Ibuki keeps on trying to defend Kiyotaka and disbelieving his confession.

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* ImplausibleDeniability: Even in the face of Kiyotaka himself explaining how he was Villain X, and Kei even confirming that fact, fact to Kei, Ibuki keeps on trying to defend Kiyotaka and disbelieving his confession.

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* CurbStompBattle: Volume 7's fight with Ryuuen's cronies and Kiyotaka wasn't much of a fight at all. Albert, Ibuki, and Ishizaki barely slow Kiyotaka down, and Ryuuen doesn't even get a chance to fight back as Kiyotaka punches his face in.

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* ImplausibleDeniability: Even in the face of Kiyotaka himself explaining how he was Villain X, and Kei confirming that fact, Ibuki keeps on trying to defend Kiyotaka and disbelieving his confession.

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* CherryTapping: While Kiyotaka is wailing on Ryuuen in Volume 7, he specifically makes sure that his punches are strong enough to hurt, but not strong enough to knock the other boy out flat, as he can easily do.

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* RealPlaceBackground: The school's library is plainly [[http://web.aiu.ac.jp/en/campuslife/nakajima-library/ Akita International University's Nakajima Library]].


* WhamLine: Kiyotaka is given one by his homeroom teacher in episode eight when she mentions to him that a certain man approached her a few days earlier and told her to expel him. This causes him to react enough that he actually grabs her jacket. He then says she may live to regret manipulating him like that, while she just replies that her life is already full of regrets.
** Kiyotaka's monologue at the end of the island survival trip in the anime.
* WorldOfJerkass: Both on an overall scale and a more personal scale. On the overall scale, the series' CentralTheme is that equality is an illusion and that the world is vastly unfair. On the personal scale, the central setting of Class 1-F is home to the [[DysfunctionJunction most "defective"]] students in the school, who all have some sort of FatalFlaw that makes them broken human beings. Part of the show's intrigue lies both in figuring out what is wrong with each character (even [[BitchInSheepsClothing the ones who seem perfectly nice]]) and in seeing how they overcome the discrimination from the other classes for being the "worst" in the school.

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Kiyotaka is given one by his homeroom teacher in episode eight when she mentions to him that a certain man approached her a few days earlier and told her to expel him. This causes him to react enough that he actually grabs her jacket. He then says she may live to regret manipulating him like that, while she just replies that her life is already full of regrets.
** Kiyotaka's monologue at the end of the island survival trip in the anime.
anime [[spoiler:reveals his sociopathic nature]].
* WorldOfJerkass: Both on an overall scale and a more personal scale. On the overall scale, the series' CentralTheme is that equality is an illusion and that the world is vastly unfair. On the personal scale, the central setting of Class 1-F D is home to the [[DysfunctionJunction most "defective"]] students in the school, who all have some sort of FatalFlaw that makes them broken human beings. Part of the show's intrigue lies both in figuring out what is wrong with each character (even [[BitchInSheepsClothing the ones who seem perfectly nice]]) and in seeing how they overcome the discrimination from the other classes for being the "worst" in the school.

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** [[spoiler: FridgeBrilliance: Kiyotaka probably know that but he wouldn't care.]]


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** Kiyotaka's monologue at the end of the island survival trip in the anime.


* WhamLine: Kiyotaka is given one by his homeroom teacher in episode eight when she mentions to him that a certain man approached her a few days earlier and told her to expel him. This causes him to react enough that he actually grabs her jacket. He then says she may live to regret manipulating him like that, while she just replies that her life is already full of regrets.

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* WhamLine: Kiyotaka is given one by his homeroom teacher in episode eight when she mentions to him that a certain man approached her a few days earlier and told her to expel him. This causes him to react enough that he actually grabs her jacket. He then says she may live to regret manipulating him like that, while she just replies that her life is already full of regrets.regrets.
* WorldOfJerkass: Both on an overall scale and a more personal scale. On the overall scale, the series' CentralTheme is that equality is an illusion and that the world is vastly unfair. On the personal scale, the central setting of Class 1-F is home to the [[DysfunctionJunction most "defective"]] students in the school, who all have some sort of FatalFlaw that makes them broken human beings. Part of the show's intrigue lies both in figuring out what is wrong with each character (even [[BitchInSheepsClothing the ones who seem perfectly nice]]) and in seeing how they overcome the discrimination from the other classes for being the "worst" in the school.

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