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* BeleagueredAssistant: Ares's assistant Maurius. He effectively has to play babysitter to Ares's spoiled little kid.


* VillainousValor: Tammuz,Ishtar's vice-captain, is loyal enough to Ishtar [[spoiler:that he's willing to charge the goddess Freya herself in an attempt to allow her to escape.]] Even if his boss, Ishtar, is the epitome of JerkassGods, you gotta credit that strength.



-->'''Hermes:''' ''[[spoiler:Zeus!]] Your grandson!''

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-->'''Hermes:''' ''[[spoiler:Zeus!]] ''[ [spoiler:Zeus!]] Your grandson!''


A Second spin-off light novel series titled Is ''It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?: Familia Chronicle'' began in March 2017.

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A Second second spin-off light novel series titled Is ''It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?: Familia Chronicle'' began in March 2017.



!!Is It Wrong to Try and List Examples of a Work's Tropes?:

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!!Is It Wrong to Try and List Examples of a Work's Tropes?:Tropes?


A mobile phone game titled ''[[VideoGame/MemoriaFreese Memoria Freeze]]'' was announced and released in 2018, making it the first official Crunchyroll-backed game. It is a gatcha game that follows the story of the anime adaptation and uses the anime for its models and cutscenes, though it also includes the other related stories as well as an original story known as "Grand Day", which explores the lore behind the Three Great Quests. A localization was announced and released on March 30th of the same year.

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A mobile phone game titled ''[[VideoGame/MemoriaFreese Memoria Freeze]]'' ''VideoGame/MemoriaFreese'' was announced and released in 2018, making it the first official Crunchyroll-backed game. It is a gatcha game that follows the story of the anime adaptation and uses the anime for its models and cutscenes, though it also includes the other related stories as well as an original story known as "Grand Day", which explores the lore behind the Three Great Quests. A localization was announced and released on March 30th of the same year.


A mobile phone game titled ''Memoria Freeze'' was announced and released in 2018, making it the first official Crunchyroll-backed game. It is a gatcha game that follows the story of the anime adaptation and uses the anime for its models and cutscenes, though it also includes the other related stories as well as an original story known as "Grand Day", which explores the lore behind the Three Great Quests. A localization was announced and released on March 30th of the same year.

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A mobile phone game titled ''Memoria Freeze'' ''[[VideoGame/MemoriaFreese Memoria Freeze]]'' was announced and released in 2018, making it the first official Crunchyroll-backed game. It is a gatcha game that follows the story of the anime adaptation and uses the anime for its models and cutscenes, though it also includes the other related stories as well as an original story known as "Grand Day", which explores the lore behind the Three Great Quests. A localization was announced and released on March 30th of the same year.



* CombinationAttack: In "Grand Day", [[spoiler:Bell and Lefiya use Concurrent Chanting to combine their ultimate abilities and fire a [[WaveMotionGun utterly enormous laser beam]] strong enough to kill the Behemoth.]]



* DeathByOriginStory: Bell's grandfather.
** [[spoiler:He's not actually dead, as you would expect of a god, just "retired". Hermes has been stalking Bell on his request, although he has interests of his own.]]

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* DeathByOriginStory: Bell's grandfather.
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grandfather. [[spoiler:He's not actually dead, as you would expect of a god, just "retired". Hermes has been stalking Bell on his request, although he has interests of his own.]]



* DraggedOffToHell: In ''Memoria Freese'' during the ''Ais Catastrophe'' campaign that crosses over with ''LightNovel/DateALive'', [[spoiler:the [[OriginalGeneration fake Kaguya]] earns a ride from the GrimReaper to the fiery pit after she was finally destroyed by the heroes]].



* DreamApocalypse: In the ''Nightmare Academia'' campaign of ''Memoria Freese'', [[spoiler:the death of the Dream Spirit(a.k.a. Tiones Walpurgis) causes the dream world the magic school was set in it to collapse. In this instance, everyone had to escape before it collapses completely]].



* ExcaliburInTheRust: After Lilliluka tries to sell [[spoiler:Bell's knife]], she is shocked to find out that the pawnshop will only give her 30 valis for it. He tells her the blade is dull and won't cut, hence its uselessness. She then wonders how so many monsters were defeated hours earlier by said weapon. [[spoiler:After Bell recovers it, the weapon's hieroglyphs immediately light up, causing her to realize that this weapon only works when Bell is holding it.]]

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* ExcaliburInTheRust: After Lilliluka Lilliruca tries to sell [[spoiler:Bell's knife]], she is shocked to find out that the pawnshop will only give her 30 valis for it. He tells her the blade is dull and won't cut, hence its uselessness. She then wonders how so many monsters were defeated hours earlier by said weapon. [[spoiler:After Bell recovers it, the weapon's hieroglyphs immediately light up, causing her to realize that this weapon only works when Bell is holding it.]]



* GreenEyedMonster: Mord, who is infuriated at Bell's capacity at growth, prompts him to have his buddies kidnap Hestia in order to force Bell into a duel.
** However, the result of said duel seems to give him [[DefeatMeansFriendship a high regard for Bell]], during his guest appearance in book 6 [[spoiler:he's one of the few people in all of Orario to bet on Bell and Hestia Familia in the War Games. He's heavily implied to have won a huge amount of money. Defeat means riches?]]
* HamToHamCombat: Hestia engages in one with Lilliluka during [=S1E07=], warning the latter to keep her mitts off Bell. However, Lilly doesn't back off, and attempts to show off her feminine touches and isn't afraid to challenge a goddess in this regard.
* HandWave: Lili's transformation magic, Cinder Ella, is normally limited to people similar to her in size. But during the ''Mission Wedding Tale'' event in ''Memoria Freese'', she apparently takes an experimental potion off-screen that allows her to transform into Bell. Bell wonders why he's never heard of this before and gets the feeling that he'll never hear of it again.
-->'''Bell:''' Wait... you can transform into people bigger than you now?\\
'''Lili:''' I powered up with one of Asfi's experimental potions for just the occasion!\\
'''Bell:''' Wow, Asfi comes up with some convenient potions! [[LampshadeHanging Why do I get the impression that we'll never hear of this again!]]

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* GreenEyedMonster: Mord, who is infuriated at Bell's capacity at growth, prompts him to have his buddies kidnap Hestia in order to force Bell into a duel.
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duel. However, the result of said duel seems to give him [[DefeatMeansFriendship a high regard for Bell]], during his guest appearance in book 6 [[spoiler:he's one of the few people in all of Orario to bet on Bell and Hestia Familia in the War Games. He's heavily implied to have won a huge amount of money. Defeat means riches?]]
* HamToHamCombat: Hestia engages in one with Lilliluka Lilliruca during [=S1E07=], warning the latter to keep her mitts off Bell. However, Lilly doesn't back off, and attempts to show off her feminine touches and isn't afraid to challenge a goddess in this regard.
* HandWave: Lili's transformation magic, Cinder Ella, is normally limited to people similar to her in size. But during the ''Mission Wedding Tale'' event in ''Memoria Freese'', she apparently takes an experimental potion off-screen that allows her to transform into Bell. Bell wonders why he's never heard of this before and gets the feeling that he'll never hear of it again.
-->'''Bell:''' Wait... you can transform into people bigger than you now?\\
'''Lili:''' I powered up with one of Asfi's experimental potions for just the occasion!\\
'''Bell:''' Wow, Asfi comes up with some convenient potions! [[LampshadeHanging Why do I get the impression that we'll never hear of this again!]]
regard.



* HeelFaceTurn: [[spoiler:Implied with Mord in volume 6. He is one of the few people to bet on the Hestia Familia over the Apollo Familia. And seems legitimately pleased when they win.]]

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[[spoiler:Implied with Mord in volume 6. He is one of the few people to bet on the Hestia Familia over the Apollo Familia. And seems legitimately pleased when they win.]]



* HotSpringsEpisode: Volume 2's interlude, ''Cry Out, Goddess'', in the Divine Bathhouse.

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* HotSpringsEpisode: HotSpringsEpisode:
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Volume 2's interlude, ''Cry Out, Goddess'', in the Divine Bathhouse.



* IDontLikeTheSoundOfThatPlace: From ''Memoria Freese''[='s=] Grand Day scenario, the Black Desert. [[spoiler:It's an entire desert made solely of the ash that monsters disintegrate into. Needless to say, much of the party is rather creeped out.]]



** In ''Memoria Freese,'' the ''Ais Catastrophe'' campaign that crosses over with ''LightNovel/DateALive'' not only had [[Characters/DateALiveShidoItsuka Shido]] talk with Bell about how evil [[Characters/DateALiveIsaacRayPeramWestcott Isaac Westcott]] is, but also introduced [[spoiler: the [[OriginalGeneration fake Kaguya]], the latter being pretty much one of the most vile foes Bell and company faced]].



* LooseCanon: The game-exclusive "Grand Day" story from ''Memoria Freese'', mostly due to its status as being game-exclusive. It's written by the original author and definitely references canon, but its place in canon isn't confirmed.



* NoOntologicalInertia: In the ''Winter Reverie'' campaign of ''Memoria Freese'', [[spoiler:killing the Swamp King erases the pollution it spread across the country of Veltane.]]



* RedEyesTakeWarning: [[spoiler: In Part 2 of the ''Ais Catastrophe'' Campaign in ''Memoria Freese'', [[LightNovel/DateALive Kaguya's]] eyes turn Red when she's not only revealed to be an impostor but also pretty much one of the most vile foes Bell Cranel faced. Taken up another notch in her boss fight, when her eyes glow Red with no visible irises or pupils]].



* TrappedInAnotherWorld: In ''Memoria Freese's'' ''LightNovel/DateALive'' crossover campaign, ''Ais Catastrophe'', [[Characters/DateALiveShidoItsuka Shido]], along with [[Characters/DateALiveTohkaYatogami Tohka]](spelled Touka in the English release), [[Characters/DateALiveOrigamiTobiichi Origami]], Kaguya, Kotori, and [[Characters/DateALiveKurumiTokisaki Kurumi]] find themselves transported from their world into Bell's through an unknown cause. [[spoiler: Not only does the Kaguya that came with them turn out to be an impostor, she also is revealed to have been the cause]].

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* ThatsNoMoon: In ''The Arrow of Orion'', Orario is startled when a second moon suddenly appears in the night sky. It's quickly revealed that it isn't a moon and in fact [[spoiler:Artemis' Arcanum, a giant magical bow loaded with the "strongest arrow" that can annihilate the Lower World with one shot. Antares plans to use it to wipe out Orario before infesting the world above.]]


* AdamSmithHatesYourGuts: Non-video game example. In [=S1E12=], both Welf and Lili are shocked at the outrageous prices being charged for substandard items in the item shop on the 18th floor, such as a really beaten bag being sold for 20k Valis. Unfortunately they don't have a choice but to buy it, as Bell was forced to drop almost all of their items just to make it to the 18th floor safely. And they would need said items to make it back to town.

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* AdamSmithHatesYourGuts: Non-video game example. In [=S1E12=], both Welf and Lili are shocked at the outrageous prices being charged for substandard items in the item shop on the 18th floor, such as a really beaten bag being sold for 20k Valis.valis. Unfortunately they don't have a choice but to buy it, as Bell was forced to drop almost all of their items just to make it to the 18th floor safely. And they would need said items to make it back to town.



* ExcaliburInTheRust: After Lilliluka tries to sell [[spoiler:Bell's knife]], she is shocked to find out that the pawnshop will only give her 30 Valis for it. He tells her the blade is dull and won't cut, hence its uselessness. She then wonders how so many monsters were defeated hours earlier by said weapon. [[spoiler:After Bell recovers it, the weapon's hieroglyphs immediately light up, causing her to realize that this weapon only works when Bell is holding it.]]

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* ExcaliburInTheRust: After Lilliluka tries to sell [[spoiler:Bell's knife]], she is shocked to find out that the pawnshop will only give her 30 Valis valis for it. He tells her the blade is dull and won't cut, hence its uselessness. She then wonders how so many monsters were defeated hours earlier by said weapon. [[spoiler:After Bell recovers it, the weapon's hieroglyphs immediately light up, causing her to realize that this weapon only works when Bell is holding it.]]



* FictionalCurrency: The Valis, roughly equal to 10 yen in purchasing power.

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* FictionalCurrency: The Valis, valis, roughly equal to 10 yen in purchasing power.



* {{Plunder}}: For the most part the plunder in this universe are the magic crystals dropped from slain monsters; adventurers exchange them for Valis. Orario seems to use them as an energy source. It's also possible to get certain drop items unique to the individual monster species that each have their own uses and properties and can be ''far'' more valuable than the crystals depending on the buyer.

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* {{Plunder}}: For the most part the plunder in this universe are the magic crystals dropped from slain monsters; adventurers exchange them for Valis.valis. Orario seems to use them as an energy source. It's also possible to get certain drop items unique to the individual monster species that each have their own uses and properties and can be ''far'' more valuable than the crystals depending on the buyer.


* AdamSmithHatesYourGuts: Non-video game example. In [=S1E12=], both Welf and Lili are shocked at the outrageous prices being charged for substandard items in the item shop on the 18th floor, such as a really beaten bag being sold for 20k vals. Unfortunately they don't have a choice but to buy it, as Bell was forced to drop almost all of their items just to make it to the 18th floor safely. And they would need said items to make it back to town.

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* AdamSmithHatesYourGuts: Non-video game example. In [=S1E12=], both Welf and Lili are shocked at the outrageous prices being charged for substandard items in the item shop on the 18th floor, such as a really beaten bag being sold for 20k vals.Valis. Unfortunately they don't have a choice but to buy it, as Bell was forced to drop almost all of their items just to make it to the 18th floor safely. And they would need said items to make it back to town.



* ExcaliburInTheRust: After Lilliluka tries to sell [[spoiler:Bell's knife]], she is shocked to find out that the pawnshop will only give her 30 vals for it. He tells her the blade is dull and won't cut, hence its uselessness. She then wonders how so many monsters were defeated hours earlier by said weapon. [[spoiler:After Bell recovers it, the weapon's hieroglyphs immediately light up, causing her to realize that this weapon only works when Bell is holding it.]]

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* ExcaliburInTheRust: After Lilliluka tries to sell [[spoiler:Bell's knife]], she is shocked to find out that the pawnshop will only give her 30 vals Valis for it. He tells her the blade is dull and won't cut, hence its uselessness. She then wonders how so many monsters were defeated hours earlier by said weapon. [[spoiler:After Bell recovers it, the weapon's hieroglyphs immediately light up, causing her to realize that this weapon only works when Bell is holding it.]]



* FictionalCurrency: The vals, roughly equal to 10 yen in purchasing power.

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* FictionalCurrency: The vals, Valis, roughly equal to 10 yen in purchasing power.



* {{Plunder}}: For the most part the plunder in this universe are the magic crystals dropped from slain monsters; adventurers exchange them for vals. Orario seems to use them as an energy source. It's also possible to get certain drop items unique to the individual monster species that each have their own uses and properties and can be ''far'' more valuable than the crystals depending on the buyer.

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* {{Plunder}}: For the most part the plunder in this universe are the magic crystals dropped from slain monsters; adventurers exchange them for vals.Valis. Orario seems to use them as an energy source. It's also possible to get certain drop items unique to the individual monster species that each have their own uses and properties and can be ''far'' more valuable than the crystals depending on the buyer.


(''Danjon ni Deai o Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru Darō ka?''), otherwise known as ''[=DanMachi=]'', is a LightNovel written by Fujino Omori and illustrated by Suzuhito Yasuda. It received an anime adaptation in the Spring2015Anime lineup and also a manga by Kunieda, and has the distinction of being the first light novel ever released in English (by Creator/YenPress) BEFORE an anime adaptation aired, i.e. before it was widely known to non-Japanese audiences. A second season is announced to be in production in 2018, and released in summer 2019.

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''Is It Wrong to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?'' (''Danjon ni Deai o Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru Darō ka?''), otherwise known as ''[=DanMachi=]'', is a LightNovel written by Fujino Omori and illustrated by Suzuhito Yasuda. It received an anime adaptation in the Spring2015Anime lineup and also a manga by Kunieda, and has the distinction of being the first light novel ever released in English (by Creator/YenPress) BEFORE an anime adaptation aired, i.e. before it was widely known to non-Japanese audiences. A second season is announced to be in production in 2018, and released in summer 2019.

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* NoOntologicalInertia: In the ''Winter Reverie'' campaign of ''Memoria Freese'', [[spoiler:killing the Swamp King erases the pollution it spread across the country of Veltane.]]


''f'' (''Danjon ni Deai o Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru Darō ka?''), otherwise known as ''[=DanMachi=]'', is a LightNovel written by Fujino Omori and illustrated by Suzuhito Yasuda. It received an anime adaptation in the Spring2015Anime lineup and also a manga by Kunieda, and has the distinction of being the first light novel ever released in English (by Creator/YenPress) BEFORE an anime adaptation aired, i.e. before it was widely known to non-Japanese audiences. A second season is announced to be in production in 2018, and released in summer 2019.

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''f'' (''Danjon ni Deai o Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru Darō ka?''), otherwise known as ''[=DanMachi=]'', is a LightNovel written by Fujino Omori and illustrated by Suzuhito Yasuda. It received an anime adaptation in the Spring2015Anime lineup and also a manga by Kunieda, and has the distinction of being the first light novel ever released in English (by Creator/YenPress) BEFORE an anime adaptation aired, i.e. before it was widely known to non-Japanese audiences. A second season is announced to be in production in 2018, and released in summer 2019.


''Danjon ni Deai o Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru Darō ka?'' (Is It Wrong to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?), otherwise known as ''[=DanMachi=]'', is a LightNovel written by Fujino Omori and illustrated by Suzuhito Yasuda. It received an anime adaptation in the Spring2015Anime lineup and also a manga by Kunieda, and has the distinction of being the first light novel ever released in English (by Creator/YenPress) BEFORE an anime adaptation aired, i.e. before it was widely known to non-Japanese audiences. A second season is announced to be in production in 2018, and released in summer 2019. A movie called ''Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?: Arrow of the Orion'' was released in February 2019.

The same author also wrote a spinoff that focuses on Aiz and the Loki Familia, titled ''Sword Oratoria'', which was also adapted into a manga by Takashi Yagi. It received an anime adaptation by J.C.Staff as part of the Spring2017Anime lineup. The AnimatedAdaptation of ''Sword Oratoria'' is also dubbed by Creator/SentaiFilmworks ahead of the second season of the main series.

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''Danjon ''f'' (''Danjon ni Deai o Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru Darō ka?'' (Is It Wrong to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?), ka?''), otherwise known as ''[=DanMachi=]'', is a LightNovel written by Fujino Omori and illustrated by Suzuhito Yasuda. It received an anime adaptation in the Spring2015Anime lineup and also a manga by Kunieda, and has the distinction of being the first light novel ever released in English (by Creator/YenPress) BEFORE an anime adaptation aired, i.e. before it was widely known to non-Japanese audiences. A second season is announced to be in production in 2018, and released in summer 2019. A movie called ''Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?: Arrow of the Orion'' was released in February 2019.\n\nThe same author also wrote a spinoff that focuses on Aiz and the Loki Familia, titled ''Sword Oratoria'', which was also adapted into a manga by Takashi Yagi. It received an anime adaptation by J.C.Staff as part of the Spring2017Anime lineup. The AnimatedAdaptation of ''Sword Oratoria'' is also dubbed by Creator/SentaiFilmworks ahead of the second season of the main series.\n


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A movie called ''Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?: Arrow of the Orion'' was released in February 2019.

The same author also wrote a spinoff that focuses on Aiz and the Loki Familia, titled ''Sword Oratoria'', which was also adapted into a manga by Takashi Yagi. It received an anime adaptation by J.C.Staff as part of the Spring2017Anime lineup. The AnimatedAdaptation of ''Sword Oratoria'' is also dubbed by Creator/SentaiFilmworks ahead of the second season of the main series.

A Second spin-off light novel series titled Is ''It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?: Familia Chronicle'' began in March 2017.


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''Is It Wrong to Try to Pick up Girls in a Dungeon? - Infinite Combate'' game has been announced for 2020. The game combines dungeon crawler action and visual novel scenes.


** In [=S2E10=] four knights(Prums in the Light Novel) in Freya's ''Familia'' bear a strong resemblance to the ones from VideoGame/CastleCrashers.

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** In [=S2E10=] four knights(Prums knights (Prums in the Light Novel) in Freya's ''Familia'' bear a strong resemblance to the ones from VideoGame/CastleCrashers.


** In [=S2E10=] four knights in Freya's ''Familia'' bear a strong resemblance to the ones from VideoGame/CastleCrashers.

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** In [=S2E10=] four knights knights(Prums in the Light Novel) in Freya's ''Familia'' bear a strong resemblance to the ones from VideoGame/CastleCrashers.


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