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* AllWomenAreLustful: Masamune and the other men in the series are portrayed as rather chaste and socially adequate, while the girls seem to have too much fixation on the vulgarity and romantic relationship.

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* AllWomenAreLustful: Masamune and the other men in the series are portrayed as rather chaste and socially adequate, while the girls seem to have too much fixation on the vulgarity and romantic relationship. UpToEleven with Sagiri, who loves to draw erotic pictures with girls.



* AnimatedAdaptation: In-universe; some of the in-series light novels have received anime adaptations. Masamune, as part of his IfIWereARichMan fantasy, hopes for his Sagiri-dedicated light novel to receive an anime. UpToEleven with Sagiri, who loves to draw erotic pictures with girls.

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* AnimatedAdaptation: In-universe; some of the in-series light novels have received anime adaptations. Masamune, as part of his IfIWereARichMan fantasy, hopes for his Sagiri-dedicated light novel to receive an anime. UpToEleven with Sagiri, who loves to draw erotic pictures with girls.

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* CastingGag: This isn't the first time Creator/YoshitsuguMatsuoka voiced a guy who found out an online acquaintance was actually his NotBloodSiblings little sister, with [[LightNovel/SwordArtOnline Kirito]] going through a similar thing. Matsuoka even [[RoleReprisal reprises his role]] [[ActorAllusion as Kirito]] in a [[TheCameo cameo]].


* BarelyThereSwimwear: During the BeachEpisode, Elf wears a tiny bikini on her own accord. She then forces Muramasa to wear one as well, which is really embarassing for her, as well as Masamune.

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* BarelyThereSwimwear: During the BeachEpisode, Elf wears a tiny bikini on her own accord. She then forces Muramasa to wear one as well, well, which is really embarassing embarrassing for her, as well as Masamune. Elf was actually hoping Muramasa would be too embarrassed to come out, giving Elf more time alone with Masamune.



** Also subverted by repeatedly, explicitedly refering to ''Website/{{Twitter}}''.
* BrotherSisterIncest: [[spoiler: The romantic relationship between brother and sister is at the very focus of this work, which is repeatedly stressed, parodied and played out throughout the series. All the same time, they are not bound by blood, so technically this is normal.]]

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** Also subverted by repeatedly, explicitedly refering explicitly referring to ''Website/{{Twitter}}''.
* BrotherSisterIncest: [[spoiler: The romantic relationship between brother and sister is at the very focus of this work, which is repeatedly stressed, parodied and played out throughout the series. All the same time, However, they are not bound by blood, so technically this is normal.]]



* MundaneMadeAwesome: In the anime, from episode 2 onwards the closing credits show Sagiri, doing her laundry ''while dancing.'' And it's absolutely adorable.

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* MundaneMadeAwesome: In the anime, from episode 2 onwards onward the closing credits show Sagiri, doing her laundry ''while dancing.'' And it's absolutely adorable.



* PublicHaterPrivateFan: [[TheProtagonist Masamune Izumi]] is a light novel writer with problems to get success with his novels, when he knows [[TheOjou Elf Yamada]], a more successsful and famous light novelist who rivals Masamune and even he hates in some moments. After passing some time writing together, Masamune admits he's fan of Elf's novels and even they were an inspiration to be a light novelist like her.

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* PublicHaterPrivateFan: [[TheProtagonist Masamune Izumi]] is a light novel writer with problems to get success with his novels, when he knows [[TheOjou Elf Yamada]], a more successsful successful and famous light novelist who rivals Masamune and even he hates in some moments. After passing some time writing together, Masamune admits he's fan of Elf's novels and even they were an inspiration to be a light novelist like her.


* AcquaintedInRealLife: Happens on two levels between Masamune and Sagiri. First, she had been working for a few years as his illustrator with neither having any clue to one another's identity until Masamune notices the meal he gave her during her live stream. On a deeper level, she'd actually started chatting with him online about his web novels when both were in elementary school, even occasionally making illustrations; this relationship actually triggered both to become professionals.

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* GenerationXerox: Masamune and Sagiri look like younger versions of their dad and mom, respectively. Sagiri even enjoys drawing, just like her mother.


** Liaison is the series' version of Skype. Oddly, Masamune explicitly says "Skype" during Episode 5 when he suggests that Tomoe Skypes with Eromanga-sensei and flashes her underwear.

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** Liaison is the series' version of Skype. Oddly, Subverted oddly, as Masamune explicitly says "Skype" during Episode 5 when he suggests that Tomoe Skypes with Eromanga-sensei and flashes her underwear.underwear.
** Also subverted by repeatedly, explicitedly refering to ''Website/{{Twitter}}''.

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* BarelyThereSwimwear: During the BeachEpisode, Elf wears a tiny bikini on her own accord. She then forces Muramasa to wear one as well, which is really embarassing for her, as well as Masamune.

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* AcquaintedInRealLife: Happens on two levels between Masamune and Sagiri. First, she had been working for a few years as his illustrator with neither having any clue to one another's identity until Masamune notices the meal he gave her during her live stream. On a deeper level, she'd actually started chatting with him online about his web novels when both were in elementary school, even occasionally making illustrations; this relationship actually triggered both to become professionals.

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* ThemeNaming: A lot of characters in this series have names/pen names based on the names of various Japanese swordsmiths.


* AllWomenAreLustful: Masamune and the other men in the series are portrayed as rather chaste and socially adequate, while the girls seem to have too much fixation on the vulgarity and romantic relationship.



* AllWomenAreLustful: Masamune and the other men in the series are portrayed as rather chaste and socially adequate, while the girls seem to have too much fixation on the vulgarity and romantic relationship.



* FirstGirlWins: This is pretty obvious, considering that Masamune met Sagiri before other girls, both on a chronological scale, and in the show itself. [[spoiler: Further in light novels they are engaged.]]



* LikeFatherLikeSon: It is implied that Sagiri inherited the love of erotic drawings from her mother, who was also an illustrator of light novels and even laughed while drawing, just like her daughter.



* FirstGirlWins: This is pretty obvious, considering that Masamune met Sagiri before other girls, both on a chronological scale, and in the show itself. [[spoiler: Further in light novels they are engaged.]]
* LikeFatherLikeSon: It is implied that Sagiri inherited the love of erotic drawings from her mother, who was also an illustrator of light novels and even laughed while drawing, just like her daughter.



* SelfParody: The whole idea of ​​this work is, in fact, a fantasy that if the author's artist will be his own stepsister. WordOfGod also likes to joke about this, "promising" that his next work will be devoted to younger sisters in the Isekai genre. At the same time, a joke about the confrontation between Yamada Elf and Dengeki Bunko in the eighth episode can also be seen as an example of this.



* SelfParody: The whole idea of ​​this work is, in fact, a fantasy that if the author's artist will be his own stepsister. WordOfGod also likes to joke about this, "promising" that his next work will be devoted to younger sisters in the Isekai genre. At the same time, a joke about the confrontation between Yamada Elf and Dengeki Bunko in the eighth episode can also be seen as an example of this.

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* SelfParody: The whole idea of ​​this StealthParody: This work is, in fact, is literally imbued with love for light novels, but you can also see a fantasy that if lot of satire both on the very process of working on them, and on the various cliches of content. In particular, magnum opus Masamune parodies the author's artist will be his own stepsister. WordOfGod also likes to joke love for writing romantic comedies about this, "promising" that his next work will be devoted to younger sisters in the Isekai genre. At the same time, a joke about the confrontation between Yamada Elf and Dengeki Bunko in the eighth episode can also be seen as an example of this.sisters.



* StealthParody: This work is literally imbued with love for light novels, but you can also see a lot of satire both on the very process of working on them, and on the various cliches of content. In particular, magnum opus Masamune parodies the author's love for writing romantic comedies about younger sisters.

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* StealthSequel: [[spoiler: It's set in the same universe as ''LightNovel/{{Oreimo}}'', with Kyousuke, Kirino, Kuroneko, and Saori making a cameo in episode 11]].

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* OffModel: Happens once in a while in the anime, but the example worth mentioning is the pose of Sagiri and Masamune in the OP which has Sagiri's legs look distorted.


* SupportingHarem / UnwantedHarem: Elf, Tomoe and Muromasa repeatedly confess in love to Masamune and promise to fight for his mutual feelings, but this is meaningless in advance, since he and Sagiri are already obviously in love with each other before the series begins. Anime just cement it, increasing representation of their relationship to OneTrueLove.

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* SupportingHarem / UnwantedHarem: SupportingHarem: Elf, Tomoe and Muromasa repeatedly confess in love to Masamune and promise to fight for his mutual feelings, but this is meaningless in advance, since he and Sagiri are already obviously in love with each other before the series begins. Anime just cement it, increasing representation of their relationship to OneTrueLove.


* AnimatedAdaptation: In-universe; some of the in-series light novels have received anime adaptations. Masamune, as part of his IfIWereARichMan fantasy, hopes for his Sagiri-dedicated light novel to receive an anime.

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* AllWomenAreLustful: Masamune and the other men in the series are portrayed as rather chaste and socially adequate, while the girls seem to have too much fixation on the vulgarity and romantic relationship.
* AnimatedAdaptation: In-universe; some of the in-series light novels have received anime adaptations. Masamune, as part of his IfIWereARichMan fantasy, hopes for his Sagiri-dedicated light novel to receive an anime. UpToEleven with Sagiri, who loves to draw erotic pictures with girls.


* SupportingHarem / UnwantedHarem: Elf and Muromasa repeatedly confess in love to Masamune and promise to fight for his mutual feelings, but this is meaningless in advance, since he and Sagiri are already obviously in love with each other before the series begins. Anime just cement it, increasing representation of their relationship to OneTrueLove.

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* SupportingHarem / UnwantedHarem: Elf Elf, Tomoe and Muromasa repeatedly confess in love to Masamune and promise to fight for his mutual feelings, but this is meaningless in advance, since he and Sagiri are already obviously in love with each other before the series begins. Anime just cement it, increasing representation of their relationship to OneTrueLove.

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