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* ADayInTheLimelight: Episode 7 focuses on Team Russia and their efforts to sabotage Team Japan on the day before the Hexennacht begins.


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* ADayInTheLimelight: Episode 7 focuses on Team Russia and their efforts to sabotage Team Japan on the day before the Hexennacht begins.


''Märchen Mädchen'' (メルヘン・メドヘン, "Fairy Tale Girls") is a Japanese light novel series written by Tomohiro Matsu and StoryWorks. The series was being worked on by Matsu before his death in May 2016, and he is still credited as the writer. It is published by Shueisha under their Dash X Bunko imprint; and has spawned 3 volumes as of December 2017. Hoods Entertainment produced an AnimatedAdaptation, which premiered on January 11, 2018.

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''Märchen Mädchen'' (メルヘン・メドヘン, "Fairy Tale Girls") is a Japanese light novel series written by Tomohiro Matsu and StoryWorks.[=StoryWorks=]. The series was being worked on by Matsu before his death in May 2016, and he is still credited as the writer. It is published by Shueisha under their Dash X Bunko imprint; and has spawned 3 volumes as of December 2017. Hoods Entertainment produced an AnimatedAdaptation, which premiered on January 11, 2018.


* EarnYourHappyEnding: Hazuki's main drive. Having found it, Hazuki declares that the story doesn't fit her... which is why she'll make her own version.

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* EarnYourHappyEnding: EarnYourHappyEnding:
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Hazuki's main drive. Having found it, Hazuki declares that the story doesn't fit her... which is why she'll make her own version.version.
** The entire series revolves around this. It's wrong to follow a path chosen by someone else and one must have the will to change their own destiny to find theie happy endings.


''Märchen Mädchen'' (メルヘン・メドヘン, "Fairy Tale Girls") is a Japanese light novel series written by Tomohiro Matsu and StoryWorks. The series was being worked on by Matsu before his death in May 2016, and he is still credited as the writer. It is published by Shueisha under their Dash X Bunko imprint; and has spawned 3 volumes as of December 2017. Hoods Entertainment produced an AnimatedAdaptation, which premiered on January 2018.

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''Märchen Mädchen'' (メルヘン・メドヘン, "Fairy Tale Girls") is a Japanese light novel series written by Tomohiro Matsu and StoryWorks. The series was being worked on by Matsu before his death in May 2016, and he is still credited as the writer. It is published by Shueisha under their Dash X Bunko imprint; and has spawned 3 volumes as of December 2017. Hoods Entertainment produced an AnimatedAdaptation, which premiered on January 11, 2018.


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* TheAce: Shizuka.


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* BigGood: Sugami fully supports Hazuki and helps her whenever she's in danger.


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* EarnYourHappyEnding: Hazuki's main drive. Having found it, Hazuki declares that the story doesn't fit her... which is why she'll make her own version.


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* TheMole: Yumilia is actually a member of the Coalition.


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* TheReasonYouSuckSpeech: Hazuki gave an epic version regarding the fairy tales and how ridiculous much of their premise are.
* ReluctantFanserviceGirl: Hazuki accidentally has a NakedFirstImpression with the entire magic school. Although she seems no more bothered by this than by ordinary social awkwardness.
* WickedStepmother: Subverted. Hazuki's stepmother is kind and caring towards her.

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* PokeThePoodle: The Russians are not that good of saboteurs using very harmless and absurd methods against the Japanese.

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* BigDamnHeroes: Hazuki arrives to save Shizuka's team just as they were about to be defeated.


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* [[BreakHisHeartToSaveHim Break Her Heart To Save Her]]: Fearing for Hazuki's life if she competes in the tournament, Shizuka lies to her that she never see her as a friend and forces her to leave.


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* CoolAndUnusualPunishment: Whenever a match is finished, the losing team has to serve to everyone as waitresses and wear the garments with it.

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* OffModel: A horrible recent example brought on by immense [[TroubledProduction production trouble]] while the series was still airing. [[https://blog.sakugabooru.com/2018/03/24/marchen-madchen-a-production-postmortem/ A better explanation as to what happened has been doccumented]], of note, the series was put on hiatus by [[Creator/{{Universal}} the distributor]] for an additional two weeks after episode 8 aired in order to get episode 9 up to snuff. But unfortunately, the animation [[FromBadToWorse took a huge nosedive from there on out]].

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* BlatantLies: Tatiana of the Russian team comes up with all sorts of ridiculous excuses to convince her teammates to forfeit their match against the Japanese team. [[spoiler:Altough none of them buy it, they decide to honor her request nevertheless.]]


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* NiceJobBreakingItHero: During their match against the Russian team, Hazuki unintentionally fixes Tatiana's malfunctioning Origin when she wishes to grant the latter's wish. [[spoiler:Fortunately for her, Tatiana manages to convince her teammates to forfeit the match.]]


''Märchen Mädchen'' (メルヘン・メドヘン, "Fairy Tale Girls") is a Japanese light novel series written by Tomohiro Matsu and StoryWorks. The series was being worked on by Matsu before his death in May 2016, and he is still credited as the writer. It is published by Shueisha under their under their Dash X Bunko imprint; and has spawned 3 volumes as of December 2017. Hoods Entertainment produced an AnimatedAdaptation, which premiered on January 2018.

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''Märchen Mädchen'' (メルヘン・メドヘン, "Fairy Tale Girls") is a Japanese light novel series written by Tomohiro Matsu and StoryWorks. The series was being worked on by Matsu before his death in May 2016, and he is still credited as the writer. It is published by Shueisha under their under their Dash X Bunko imprint; and has spawned 3 volumes as of December 2017. Hoods Entertainment produced an AnimatedAdaptation, which premiered on January 2018.


* PersonalityPowers: To the point where most, if not all, of the mädchen appears to be [[MoeAnthropomorphism avatars]] of the stories within their contracted Origins even when ''not'' using their powers. Hazuki being the first exception as not only does she reject this aspect, but makes it so her Origin adjust to ''her'' and not the other way around.

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* PersonalityPowers: To the point where most, if not all, of the mädchen appears to be [[MoeAnthropomorphism avatars]] of the stories within their contracted Origins even when ''not'' using their powers. Hazuki being the first exception as not only does she reject this aspect, but makes it so her Origin adjust to fit ''her'' and not the other way around.

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* PersonalityPowers: To the point where most, if not all, of the mädchen appears to be [[MoeAnthropomorphism avatars]] of the stories within their contracted Origins even when ''not'' using their powers. Hazuki being the first exception as not only does she reject this aspect, but makes it so her Origin adjust to ''her'' and not the other way around.


* TheFool: Tatania to a massive fault. Being both incredibly naive and innocent, she usually ends up making things worse for herself when taking things others say by face-value, [[spoiler: To the point her very Origin ends up as collateral damage when handing it over to a complete stranger after a cheap, simplistic, reason given to her.]] She's painfully aware of how foolish she is, to the point where her wish for the Hexennnacht is simply "I want to be smarter". Her Origin by coincidence is aptly enough "Ivan the Fool".

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* TheFool: Tatania of the Russian team, to a massive fault. Being both incredibly naive and innocent, she usually ends up making things worse for herself when taking things others say by face-value, [[spoiler: To the point her very Origin ends up as collateral damage when handing it over to a complete stranger after a cheap, simplistic, reason given to her.]] She's painfully aware of how foolish she is, to the point where her wish for the Hexennnacht is simply "I want to be smarter". Her Origin by coincidence is aptly enough "Ivan the Fool".


* {{TheFool}}: Tatania to a massive fault. Being both incredibly naive and innocent, she usually ends up making things worse for herself when taking things others say by face-value, [[spoiler: To the point her very Origin ends up as collateral damage when handing it over to a complete stranger after a cheap, simplistic, reason given to her.]] She's painfully aware of how foolish she is, to the point where her wish for the Hexennnacht is simply "I want to be smarter". Her Origin by coincidence is aptly enough "Ivan the Fool".

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* {{TheFool}}: TheFool: Tatania to a massive fault. Being both incredibly naive and innocent, she usually ends up making things worse for herself when taking things others say by face-value, [[spoiler: To the point her very Origin ends up as collateral damage when handing it over to a complete stranger after a cheap, simplistic, reason given to her.]] She's painfully aware of how foolish she is, to the point where her wish for the Hexennnacht is simply "I want to be smarter". Her Origin by coincidence is aptly enough "Ivan the Fool".

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* {{TheFool}}: Tatania to a massive fault. Being both incredibly naive and innocent, she usually ends up making things worse for herself when taking things others say by face-value, [[spoiler: To the point her very Origin ends up as collateral damage when handing it over to a complete stranger after a cheap, simplistic, reason given to her.]] She's painfully aware of how foolish she is, to the point where her wish for the Hexennnacht is simply "I want to be smarter". Her Origin by coincidence is aptly enough "Ivan the Fool".

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* ADayInTheLimelight: Episode 7 focuses on Team Russia and their efforts to sabotage Team Japan on the day before the Hexennacht begins.


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* EasilyForgiven: In Episode 7, Team Russia is easily forgiven by Hazuki and Shizuka despite the former's attempts to sabotage their team throughout the episode.

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