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The second mainstream manga of Seishi Kishimoto, creator of ''Manga/SixSixSixSatan'' (''O-Parts Hunter'' in the US), in conjunction with {{Sega}} who have made a RPG for the UsefulNotes/NintendoDS which features a story that runs parallel to the main manga (what's more, this was announced before the series was even serialized).

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The second mainstream manga of Seishi Kishimoto, creator of ''Manga/SixSixSixSatan'' (''O-Parts Hunter'' in the US), in conjunction with {{Sega}} Creator/{{Sega}} who have made a RPG for the UsefulNotes/NintendoDS which features a story that runs parallel to the main manga (what's more, this was announced before the series was even serialized).


The second mainstream manga of Seishi Kishimoto, creator of ''Manga/SixSixSixSatan'' (''O-Parts Hunter'' in the US), in conjunction with {{Sega}} who have made a RPG for the {{Nintendo DS}} which features a story that runs parallel to the main manga (what's more, this was announced before the series was even serialized).

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The second mainstream manga of Seishi Kishimoto, creator of ''Manga/SixSixSixSatan'' (''O-Parts Hunter'' in the US), in conjunction with {{Sega}} who have made a RPG for the {{Nintendo DS}} UsefulNotes/NintendoDS which features a story that runs parallel to the main manga (what's more, this was announced before the series was even serialized).


* NerdGlasses: The Division Head's brother, who's BlindWithoutEm (he's practically a ShoutOut to [[Manga/RanmaOneHalf Mousse]], at least to this troper). He hates wearing them because they make him look like an otaku, but they're just icing on the cake.

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* NerdGlasses: The Division Head's brother, who's BlindWithoutEm (he's practically a ShoutOut to [[Manga/RanmaOneHalf Mousse]], at least to this troper).BlindWithoutEm. He hates wearing them because they make him look like an otaku, but they're just icing on the cake.


* NerdGlasses: The Division Head's brother, who's BlindWithoutEm (he's practically a ShoutOut to [[RanmaOneHalf Mousse]], at least to this troper). He hates wearing them because they make him look like an otaku, but they're just icing on the cake.

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* NerdGlasses: The Division Head's brother, who's BlindWithoutEm (he's practically a ShoutOut to [[RanmaOneHalf [[Manga/RanmaOneHalf Mousse]], at least to this troper). He hates wearing them because they make him look like an otaku, but they're just icing on the cake.


The second mainstream manga of Seishi Kishimoto, creator of ''Manga/SixSixSixSatan'' (''O-Parts Hunter'' outside of Japan), in conjunction with {{Sega}} who have made a RPG for the {{Nintendo DS}} which features a story that runs parallel to the main manga (what's more, this was announced before the series was even serialized).

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The second mainstream manga of Seishi Kishimoto, creator of ''Manga/SixSixSixSatan'' (''O-Parts Hunter'' outside of Japan), in the US), in conjunction with {{Sega}} who have made a RPG for the {{Nintendo DS}} which features a story that runs parallel to the main manga (what's more, this was announced before the series was even serialized).


The second mainstream manga of Seishi Kishimoto, creator of ''[[SixSixSixSatan 666 Satan]]'' (''O-Parts Hunter'' outside of Japan), in conjunction with {{Sega}} who have made a RPG for the {{Nintendo DS}} which features a story that runs parallel to the main manga (what's more, this was announced before the series was even serialized).

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The second mainstream manga of Seishi Kishimoto, creator of ''[[SixSixSixSatan 666 Satan]]'' ''Manga/SixSixSixSatan'' (''O-Parts Hunter'' outside of Japan), in conjunction with {{Sega}} who have made a RPG for the {{Nintendo DS}} which features a story that runs parallel to the main manga (what's more, this was announced before the series was even serialized).


* BrilliantButLazy: Ryuki, the videogame otaku, who doesn't want his "freedom as a NEET[[hottip:*: Not in Education or Employment Training]]" impeded by responsibilities to Division XIII. Lampshaded by a RetiredBadass.

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* BrilliantButLazy: Ryuki, the videogame otaku, who doesn't want his "freedom as a NEET[[hottip:*: NEET[[note]] Not in Education or Employment Training]]" Training[[/note]]" impeded by responsibilities to Division XIII. Lampshaded by a RetiredBadass.


* CrowningMomentOfAwesome Misora has had several since she first proved that she wasn't going to be TheLoad. But her fight with Akashikibu tops it all.



* FetishFuel : The Division Head for Section III is an S&M Queen who actually punishes her subordinates by dominating them... and within minutes of meeting her, Daichi is sent out on a mission while leaving Misora bound on a rack.



* TearJerker: In a two-part chapter [[spoiler: Daichi enters a race to get back a Mysticker for a family whose son died in said race (though it's implied he was sabotaged). The mother of the family is in ill health and will likely die soon, and mistakes Daichi as her deceased son. Daichi manages to win the race but arrives at the house just in time to witness the mother die. She dies happy that she got to see her "son" one last time.]]
** Akashikibu's FreudianExcuse: [[spoiler: After her one-hit-wonder actress mother dies after she (Murasaki) overhears some jerks call her that, she became obsessed with preserving "shine": if you can't "shine" forever, you'll be forgotten. When she's defeated, just before she she's overtaken by the ice, she finally remembers her mother's last words: "My real 'shining moment' was giving birth to you." And then she's frozen. And mocked. And blown up.]]


* ShipperOnDeck: One of the blazers in Section III says that [[{{Lolicon}} Daichi and Yuyuka]] make a good couple.

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* ShipperOnDeck: One of the blazers in Section III says that [[{{Lolicon}} Daichi and Yuyuka]] Yuyuka make a good couple.


* TokenLoli: [[CakeEater Yuyuka]]

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* TokenLoli: [[CakeEater [[LikesOlderWomen Yuyuka]]


* KickTheDog: In addition to an actual dog[[spoiler:-girl; [[IGotBetter she gets better]] ]], [[spoiler: Akashikibu finally [[DefrostingIceQueen defrosts]] just as she gets frozen solid. And then Quilin Realm mocks her by covering her face with the dog-girl's mask, and finally blows her up for good measure.]]

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* KickTheDog: In addition to an actual dog[[spoiler:-girl; [[IGotBetter she gets better]] ]], better]], [[spoiler: Akashikibu finally [[DefrostingIceQueen defrosts]] just as she gets frozen solid. And then Quilin Realm mocks her by covering her face with the dog-girl's mask, and finally blows her up for good measure.]]


The second mainstream manga of Seishi Kishimoto, creator of ''[[SixSixSixSatan 666 Satan]]'' (''O-Parts Hunter'' outside of Japan), in conjunction with {{Sega}} who have made a RPG game for the {{Nintendo DS}} which features a story that runs parallel to the main manga (what's more, this was announced before the series was even serialized).

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The second mainstream manga of Seishi Kishimoto, creator of ''[[SixSixSixSatan 666 Satan]]'' (''O-Parts Hunter'' outside of Japan), in conjunction with {{Sega}} who have made a RPG game for the {{Nintendo DS}} which features a story that runs parallel to the main manga (what's more, this was announced before the series was even serialized).

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