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* AntiAntiChrist: The main plot of the series basically revolves around Fino choosing to be one and Raul supporting her decision.

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* ATrueHero: This trope is the plot's Central Theme, taking place in the years after a war against a Demon Lord came to an end, leaving thousands of Heroes out of a job, including the protagonist Raul. Raul gets a job at a department store and tries to eek out a modest but unfulfilling life. However, several of Raul's fellow former Heroes [[NoPlaceForAWarrior can't cope with a world that has no need for Heroes]] and try to reignite the war so that they can be Heroes again. They try to sway Raul to their side, but he refuses, saying that their goals are what true Heroes should fight for.


* ForeverWar: An implied one between humans and demons, hence the need for the hero system in the first place. [[spoiler:Blaze reveals that there was an agreement that heroes would defeated but not kill demon lords, as there were advantages for both demons and humans. Blaze and Klein are now trying to get Fino to become the next demon lord and restart the war.]]

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* ForeverWar: An implied one between humans and demons, hence the need for the hero system in the first place. [[spoiler:Blaze reveals that there was an agreement that heroes would defeated defeat but not kill demon lords, as there were advantages for both demons and humans. Blaze and Klein are now trying to get Fino to become the next demon lord and restart the war.]]


* ConspicuousCG: The knight/dragon model on top of the store Raul works at.

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* ConspicuousCG: The knight/dragon model on top of the store Raul works at.Raul's store.


* CentralTheme: Is heroism about fighting evil or stopping evil? Due to the Demon Lord's death, the majority of heroes have [[NoPlaceForAWarrior lost all purpose]]. The biggest threat in the series becomes [[spoiler:[[ForeverWar groups of heroes trying to reignite the war]] and bring back the Demon Lord [[HeroismAddict all just to have a purpose again]].]] And so to restate the question: is heroism about ''fighting'' evil or ''stopping'' it?

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* CentralTheme: Is heroism [[ToBeLawfulOrGood about fighting evil or stopping evil? evil]]? Due to the Demon Lord's death, the majority of heroes have [[NoPlaceForAWarrior lost all purpose]]. The biggest threat in the series becomes [[spoiler:[[ForeverWar groups of heroes trying to reignite the war]] and bring back the Demon Lord [[HeroismAddict all just to have a purpose again]].]] And so to [[MoralDilemma restate the question: question]]: is heroism about ''fighting'' ''[[KnightTemplar fighting]]'' evil or ''stopping'' ''[[ScrewTheRulesImDoingWhatsRight stopping]]'' it?


* CentralTheme: Is heroism about fighting evil or stopping evil? Due to the Demon Lord's death, the majority of heroes have [[NoPlaceForAWarrior lost all purpose]]. The biggest threat in the series becomes [[spoiler:[[ForeverWar groups of heroes trying to reignite the war]] and bring back the Demon Lord [[HeroismAddict all just to have a purpose again]].]] And so to restate the question: is heroism about ''fighting'' evil or ''stopping'' it?



* ToBeLawfulOrGood: This is the overall theme as it makes you as the question 'What is Heroism?'. Due to the Demon Lord's defeat and death, the majority of heroes [[RealityEnsues find themselves]] [[AllForNothing losing all purpose for their work]]. The most notable problem stems from [[spoiler:[[ForeverWar kickstarting the war]] and bringing back the Demon Lord [[HeroismAddict all just to have Heroes have a purpose again]].]] Is this really a good idea (Lawful) or should the Heroes start from scratch and move on for the sake of peace (Good)? [[spoiler:[[HeroProtagonist Raul]] personally wants to become a hero but not at that horrible cost so he ends up choosing Good.]]


* ToBeLawfulOrGood: This is the overall theme as it makes you as the question 'What is Heroism?'. Due to the Demon Lord's defeat and death, the majority of heroes [[RealityEnsues find themselves]] [[AllForNothing losing all purpose for their work]]. The most notable problem stems from [[spoiler:[[ForeverWar kickstarting the war]] and bringing back the Demon Lord all just to have Heroes have a purpose again.]] Is this really a good idea (Lawful) or should the Heroes start from scratch and move on for the sake of peace (Good)? [[spoiler:[[HeroProtagonist Raul]] personally wants to become a hero but not at that horrible cost so he ends up choosing Good.]]

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* ToBeLawfulOrGood: This is the overall theme as it makes you as the question 'What is Heroism?'. Due to the Demon Lord's defeat and death, the majority of heroes [[RealityEnsues find themselves]] [[AllForNothing losing all purpose for their work]]. The most notable problem stems from [[spoiler:[[ForeverWar kickstarting the war]] and bringing back the Demon Lord [[HeroismAddict all just to have Heroes have a purpose again.again]].]] Is this really a good idea (Lawful) or should the Heroes start from scratch and move on for the sake of peace (Good)? [[spoiler:[[HeroProtagonist Raul]] personally wants to become a hero but not at that horrible cost so he ends up choosing Good.]]


* CripplingOverspecialization: Raul was training to be a heroic knight to fight the demon lord. Once that path is cut short, he isn't able to find a job where his considerable fighting skills are seen as a plus, and he doesn't have any practical business skills, forcing him to settle for an entry-level position.

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* CripplingOverspecialization: Raul was training to be a heroic knight to fight the demon lord. Once that path is cut short, he isn't able to find a job where his considerable fighting skills are seen as a plus, and he doesn't have any practical business skills, [[RealityEnsues forcing him to settle for an entry-level position.position]].



* ToBeLawfulOrGood: This is the overall theme as it makes you as the question 'What is Heroism?'. Due to the Demon Lord's defeat, the majority of heroes [[RealityEnsues find themselves]] [[AllForNothing losing all purpose for their work]]. The most notable problem stems from [[spoiler:[[ForeverWar kickstarting the war]] and bringing back the Demon Lord all just to have Heroes have a purpose again.]] Is this really a good idea (Lawful) or should the Heroes start from scratch to move on for this peace (Good)? [[spoiler:[[HeroProtagonist Raul]] personally wants to become a hero but ends up choosing Good.]]

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* ToBeLawfulOrGood: This is the overall theme as it makes you as the question 'What is Heroism?'. Due to the Demon Lord's defeat, defeat and death, the majority of heroes [[RealityEnsues find themselves]] [[AllForNothing losing all purpose for their work]]. The most notable problem stems from [[spoiler:[[ForeverWar kickstarting the war]] and bringing back the Demon Lord all just to have Heroes have a purpose again.]] Is this really a good idea (Lawful) or should the Heroes start from scratch to and move on for this the sake of peace (Good)? [[spoiler:[[HeroProtagonist Raul]] personally wants to become a hero but not at that horrible cost so he ends up choosing Good.]]


* RealityEnsues: [[HeroismWontPayTheBills Heroism can't help pay bills or get a job easily.]]



* ToBeLawfulOrGood: This is the overall theme as it makes you as the question 'What is Heroism?'. Due to the Demon Lord's defeat, the majority of heroes find themselves [[AllForNothing losing all purpose for their work]]. The most notable problem stems from [[spoiler:[[ForeverWar kickstarting the war]] and bringing back the Demon Lord all just to have Heroes have a purpose again.]] Is this really a good idea (Lawful) or should the Heroes start from scratch to move on for this peace (Good)? [[spoiler:[[HeroProtagonist Raul]] personally wants to become a hero but ends up choosing Good.]]

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* ToBeLawfulOrGood: This is the overall theme as it makes you as the question 'What is Heroism?'. Due to the Demon Lord's defeat, the majority of heroes [[RealityEnsues find themselves themselves]] [[AllForNothing losing all purpose for their work]]. The most notable problem stems from [[spoiler:[[ForeverWar kickstarting the war]] and bringing back the Demon Lord all just to have Heroes have a purpose again.]] Is this really a good idea (Lawful) or should the Heroes start from scratch to move on for this peace (Good)? [[spoiler:[[HeroProtagonist Raul]] personally wants to become a hero but ends up choosing Good.]]


* ToBeLawfulOrGood: This is the overall theme. What is Heroism? Due to the Demon Lord's defeat, the majority of heroes find themselves losing all purpose for their work. The most notable problem stems from [[spoiler:[[ForeverWar kickstarting the war]] and bringing back the Demon Lord to have Heroes have a purpose again.]] Is this really a good idea (Lawful) or should the Heroes start from scratch to move on for this peace (Good)? [[spoiler:[[HeroProtagonist Raul]] personally wants to become a hero but ends up choosing Good.]]

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* ToBeLawfulOrGood: This is the overall theme. What theme as it makes you as the question 'What is Heroism? Heroism?'. Due to the Demon Lord's defeat, the majority of heroes find themselves [[AllForNothing losing all purpose for their work. work]]. The most notable problem stems from [[spoiler:[[ForeverWar kickstarting the war]] and bringing back the Demon Lord all just to have Heroes have a purpose again.]] Is this really a good idea (Lawful) or should the Heroes start from scratch to move on for this peace (Good)? [[spoiler:[[HeroProtagonist Raul]] personally wants to become a hero but ends up choosing Good.]]


* ToBeLawfulOrToBeGood: This is the overall theme. What is Heroism? Due to the Demon Lord's defeat, the majority of heroes find themselves losing all purpose for their work. The most notable problem stems from [[spoiler:[[ForeverWar kickstarting the war]] and bringing back the Demon Lord to have Heroes have a purpose again.]] Is this really a good idea (Lawful) or should the Heroes start from scratch to move on for this peace (Good)? [[spoiler:[[HeroProtagonist Raul]] personally wants to become a hero but ends up choosing Good.]]

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* ToBeLawfulOrToBeGood: ToBeLawfulOrGood: This is the overall theme. What is Heroism? Due to the Demon Lord's defeat, the majority of heroes find themselves losing all purpose for their work. The most notable problem stems from [[spoiler:[[ForeverWar kickstarting the war]] and bringing back the Demon Lord to have Heroes have a purpose again.]] Is this really a good idea (Lawful) or should the Heroes start from scratch to move on for this peace (Good)? [[spoiler:[[HeroProtagonist Raul]] personally wants to become a hero but ends up choosing Good.]]


* ThoseTwoGuys: Blaze and Klein, the two guys Raul is seen combating demons with in the first episode. He meets them again in a restaurant in the next episode, but they don't show up again until around episodes 9 and 10.

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* ThoseTwoGuys: Blaze and Klein, the two guys Raul is seen combating demons with in the first episode. He meets them again in a restaurant in the next episode, but they don't show up again until around episodes 9 and 10.10 [[spoiler:[[FaceHeelTurn attempting to kickstart the war]] by making Fino the new Demon Lord.]]
* ToBeLawfulOrToBeGood: This is the overall theme. What is Heroism? Due to the Demon Lord's defeat, the majority of heroes find themselves losing all purpose for their work. The most notable problem stems from [[spoiler:[[ForeverWar kickstarting the war]] and bringing back the Demon Lord to have Heroes have a purpose again.]] Is this really a good idea (Lawful) or should the Heroes start from scratch to move on for this peace (Good)? [[spoiler:[[HeroProtagonist Raul]] personally wants to become a hero but ends up choosing Good.]]


** In episode 3, her attempt to turn on an air purifier results in it growing tentacles.
** In episode 4, Lamdimia teaches Fino how to avoid doing that.

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** In episode Episode 1, she explodes a microwave.
** Episode 2, she overloads a hair dryer.
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3, her attempt to turn on an air purifier results in it growing tentacles.
tentacles and attacking.
** In But in episode 4, Lamdimia teaches Fino how to avoid doing that.frying devices.


* {{Magitek}}: Raul's world uses FunctionalMagic instead of electricity, with magic documents drawn with circuit diagrams instead of our world's circuit boards and municipal power. Consumers use self-charged power boxes to store magic to run their major appliances. Magic Engineers [=(MEs)=] design magic circuits by drawing them out by hand or use the Deploy spell to see the InstantRunes in appliances. The circuits are all drawn with the perfection of ConspicuousCG and look more like [[AncientAstronauts Nazca]] drawings, but the circuit diagrams actually do make some level of sense.

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* {{Magitek}}: Raul's world uses FunctionalMagic instead of electricity, with magic documents drawn with circuit diagrams instead of our world's circuit boards and municipal power. Consumers use self-charged power boxes to store magic to run their major appliances. Magic Engineers [=(MEs)=] design magic circuits by drawing them out by hand or use the Deploy spell to see the InstantRunes in appliances. The circuits are all drawn with the perfection of ConspicuousCG and look more like [[AncientAstronauts Nazca]] drawings, but the circuit diagrams actually do make some level of sense.sense, as nicely illustrated in episode 7:



** Fino stands on the symbol for a battery to power Lore's spell diagram in episode 7.

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** Fino stands on the symbol for a battery to power Lore's spell diagram in episode 7.diagram.

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