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* BrilliantButLazy: Riko Izumi is an [[GadgeteerGenius engineering genius]] who regularly designs and builds elaborate contraptions in her spare time, but does poorly in school because she stays up so late working on her projects that she perpetually sleeps through class.



* GadgeteerGenius: Dr. Adatara and Riko Izumi



* ShipperOnDeck: Wako initially assumes Nagumo and Niikura are a couple when she first encoutners them and seems really into the idea of them hooking up.



* WorstNewsJudgementEver: Weekly CITY Magazine. Its publication consists of 2 pages of horoscopes, a page of manga, 4 pages of articles, and 93 pages of advertisements.

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* TheFool: Wako is an incredibly upbeat and perpetually oblivious young lady who seems to constantly stumble into good fortune.
* WorstNewsJudgementEver: Weekly CITY Magazine. Its publication consists of 2 pages of horoscopes, a page of manga, 4 pages of articles, and 93 pages of advertisements.advertisements.
* XanatosGambit: [[spoiler:At the end of the 4th CITY race Wako reveals she'd manipulated pretty much all the events that happened leading up to and during the race so Matsuri and Ecchan would win.]]


* ContinuityNod: As the manga is set in the same universe as ''Nichijou'', there are some references to it:
** In the full color double-page of chapter 1, there's a poster of the book "Hand" by Hajime Sakurai at the Tomuraushi Bookstore.
** In the color page of volume 2, there's a pack of Snaq snack.


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* ProductionThrowback: To ''Nichijou''
** In the full color double-page of chapter 1, there's a poster of the book "Hand" by Hajime Sakurai at the Tomuraushi Bookstore.
** Niikura said Nagumo graduated from Tokisadame High School.
** In the color page of volume 2, there's a pack of Snq snack.



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* ChekhovsGunman: Riko appeared in one single frame at the start of the CITY Race in chapter 94. [[spoiler:She is also the one making the Makabee explode, ensuring Matsuri and Ecchan's victory.]]



* Continuity Nod: As the manga is set in the same universe as ''Nichijou'', there are some references to it:

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* Continuity Nod: ContinuityNod: As the manga is set in the same universe as ''Nichijou'', there are some references to it:


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** In the color page of volume 2, there's a pack of Snaq snack.


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* InstantCosplaySurprise: In chapter 122 of the tankoubon version (119 in the Morning Magazine), as Niikura instantly changes Nagumo into her Youtube costume.


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* LimitedWardrobe: LampshadeHanging as Nagumo's only summer outfit is her plethora of blue hoodies. Niikura even asks if this is a cartoon.


!!''CITY'' provides examples of:

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!!''CITY'' provides examples of:
!!And now... This is a list of tropes that has something to do with the ''CITY'':


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* Continuity Nod: As the manga is set in the same universe as ''Nichijou'', there are some references to it:
**In the full color double-page of chapter 1, there's a poster of the book "Hand" by Hajime Sakurai at the Tomuraushi Bookstore.

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* {{Horrorscope}}: Tatewaku spends a decent chunk of the first volume wearing a mini-skirt (Much to his chagrin) because his horoscope listed it as his "lucky item". A later segment reveals the staff of the local newspaper determine the horoscopes by throwing darts at a big wheel since no one actually believes their predictions anyway.


* Sleepyhead: Wako's sister Riko. We're introduced to her [[AsleepInClass falling asleep in class]]...[[UpToEleven in the middle of being asked a question by her teacher]]. Pretty much all of her appearances have her either asleep or on the verge of losing consciousness.

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* Sleepyhead: {{Sleepyhead}}: Wako's sister Riko. We're introduced to her [[AsleepInClass falling asleep in class]]...[[UpToEleven in the middle of being asked a question by her teacher]]. Pretty much all of her appearances have her either asleep or on the verge of losing consciousness.

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* PaperFanOfDoom: Niikura makes a real-life version specifically to invoke the type of slapstick routine it's usually used for when she gets fed up with Nagumo and Wako's antics.
* PluckyGirl: Wako Izumi is a perpetually upbeat and cheerful young lady...who is also completely out of her gourd.


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* RoommateCom: Niikura unwittingly finds herself in the middle of one of these when Nagumo moves in with her after having her gas and electricity turned off and Wako moves into her closet because [[ItAmusedMe she thought it would be fun]].


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* Sleepyhead: Wako's sister Riko. We're introduced to her [[AsleepInClass falling asleep in class]]...[[UpToEleven in the middle of being asked a question by her teacher]]. Pretty much all of her appearances have her either asleep or on the verge of losing consciousness.

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* CloudCuckooLander: Wako Izumi is more than a little out there. In her introductory chapter she casually mentions praying to a god she made up.


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* FranchiseZombie: Happens in-universe with "Mr. Bummer : Life Sure is Hard, If You Ask Me". When we're first introduced to the plotline, the creator has finally run out of ideas and ending the long-running comic...Then the replacement artist falls through at the last minute and he and his editor desperately struggle to keep Mr. Bummer going...


* ShowWithinAShow: "Mr. Bummer : Life Sure is Hard, If You Ask Me", a manga that serialized in CITY Weekly Magazine. [[spoiler: Later it got axed, and replaced by Mio's manga]]

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* ShowWithinAShow: "Mr. Bummer : Life Sure is Hard, If You Ask Me", a manga that serialized in CITY Weekly Magazine. [[spoiler: Later it got axed, and replaced by Mio's manga]]Magazine.



* SpiritualSuccessor: To ''Manga/{{Nichijou}}'', another one of Keiichi Arawi's works. [[spoiler: {{Subverted}} when Daisuke Naganohara (Mio's PenName) is hired at the end of Volume 1 as a new mangaka for CITY Weekly Magazine, turning this into a case of CanonWelding.]]

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* SpiritualSuccessor: To ''Manga/{{Nichijou}}'', another one of Keiichi Arawi's works. [[spoiler: {{Subverted}} The end of Volume 1 implies a full blown case of CanonWelding when an artist named Daisuke Naganohara (Mio's PenName) (A PenName Mio frequently used in Nichijou) is hired at to create a replacement comic for Mr. Bummer in the end of Volume 1 as a new mangaka for CITY Weekly Magazine, turning this into a case of CanonWelding.]]local newspaper.


* ShowWithinAShow: Mr. Bummer, a manga that serialized in CITY Weekly Magazine. [[spoiler: Later it got axed, and replaced by Mio's manga]]

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* ShowWithinAShow: Mr. Bummer, "Mr. Bummer : Life Sure is Hard, If You Ask Me", a manga that serialized in CITY Weekly Magazine. [[spoiler: Later it got axed, and replaced by Mio's manga]]


* ShowWithinAShow: Mr. Bummer. [[spoiler: A manga that serialized weekly CITY magazine. Later it got axed, and replaced by Mio's manga]]

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* ShowWithinAShow: Mr. Bummer. [[spoiler: A Bummer, a manga that serialized weekly in CITY magazine. Weekly Magazine. [[spoiler: Later it got axed, and replaced by Mio's manga]]


* ShowWithinAShow: Mr. Bummer

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* ShowWithinAShow: Mr. BummerBummer. [[spoiler: A manga that serialized weekly CITY magazine. Later it got axed, and replaced by Mio's manga]]

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* ShowWithinAShow: Mr. Bummer


* RuleOfThree: Wako believes that good things come in threes... literally. Meaning that if three good things happen to her in a day, she can't get any other good things that day, so she tries to ''return'' one of her good things in order for a different good thing to happen.
* SchoolOfNoStudying: Mont Blanc Uni, where the students seem to just lounge around the campus until something interesting goes on.
--> '''Niikura:''' This is a college campus. Ergo... It's a nest of people with nothing else to do!



* SpiritualSuccessor: To ''Manga/{{Nichijou}}'', another one of Keiichi Arawi's works. [[spoiler: {{Subverted}} when Daisuke Naganohara (Mio's PenName) is hired at the end of Volume 1 as a new mangaka for City Weekly Magazine, turning this into a case of CanonWelding.]]

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* SpiritualSuccessor: To ''Manga/{{Nichijou}}'', another one of Keiichi Arawi's works. [[spoiler: {{Subverted}} when Daisuke Naganohara (Mio's PenName) is hired at the end of Volume 1 as a new mangaka for City CITY Weekly Magazine, turning this into a case of CanonWelding.]]]]
* WorstNewsJudgementEver: Weekly CITY Magazine. Its publication consists of 2 pages of horoscopes, a page of manga, 4 pages of articles, and 93 pages of advertisements.


* CityOfAdventure: And how!



* CityOfAdventure: And how!


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* RainOfBlood: The mob that Granny beat up in Volume 1 begins gushing HighPressureBlood out of their noses into the air, causing a blood rainfall that prompts Niikura to open an umbrella.

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