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* ReflectionlessUselessEyes: Sakura finally unmasks the cloaked figure, to reveal the lackluster eyes of a sleepwalker.

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* ShownTheirWork: In the cuts showing PopUpTexting between Syaoran and Meiling, we can see that they use [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Written_Cantonese the written form of Cantonese]] which would be accurate, but not well-known outside of Cantonese speakers.


* SurprisinglyGoodEnglish: Syaoran manages to communicate with two English-speaking tourists in episode 9 rather well. In the dub, it's changed to French.

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* SurprisinglyGoodEnglish: Syaoran manages to communicate with two English-speaking tourists in episode 9 rather well. In the English dub, [[KeepItForeign it's changed to French.French]].



** The Funimation dub is far more faithful to the series' themes.

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** The Funimation dub is far more faithful to the series' themes.themes than the Nelvana dub of the original anime.



** Chapters 21-22/episode 21 reveals two major things; [[spoiler:Kaito is not only one of the strongest magicians, but is seeking Sakura's Clear Cards to activate a relic he took from a Magician's Association. In addition, Sakura is subconsciously creating the Clear Cards due to her immensive magical ability and growth.]][[note]] [[spoiler:To elaborate, she creates the card's form, but since she has little control over her magic they start causing trouble, much like the mischief caused by the Clow Cards or Eriol's magic, and then she secures them into their card form.]][[/note]]

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** Chapters 21-22/episode 21 reveals two major things; [[spoiler:Kaito is not only one of the strongest magicians, but is seeking Sakura's Clear Cards to activate a relic he took from a Magician's Association. In addition, Sakura is subconsciously creating the Clear Cards due to her immensive immense magical ability and growth.]][[note]] [[spoiler:To elaborate, she creates the card's form, but since she has little control over her magic they start causing trouble, much like the mischief caused by the Clow Cards or Eriol's magic, and then she secures them into their card form.]][[/note]]


** The prologue episode properly adapts the manga's finale, which the original anime didn't do.

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** The prologue episode OVA properly adapts the manga's finale, which the original anime didn't do.

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* IDidWhatIHadToDo: [[spoiler:Syaoran and the Sakura Cards in transferring to him while Sakura is creating the clear cards so she is not in danger]].


* AdaptationDistillation: Aside from the additional material, many anime scenes/stories themselves are significantly different from the manga (for example, Sakura captures Labyrinth when out in town with Yukito/Yue in the manga but captures it outside her house at the same time as Snooze in the anime), similar to the original series. Notably, in the last episode [[spoiler:the cloaked figure is shown to be Akiho]], while in the manga [[spoiler:the cloaked figure, at least in Sakura's dream, is shown to be Syaoran]].



* ChastityCouple: In the downplayed way a junior high school couple could have. While promotional materials for the anime make a big emphasis in the note that Sakura and Syaoran are officially girlfriend and boyfriend in this series, the average viewer might not know it from watching it without the background info. The series still plays with classic pre-couple tropes like NotADate and LuminescentBlush for the two's interactions, and it's ''very'' subtly whenever they behave as something more than the friends and classmates they already were. In fact, by the end of the anime they have not yet progressed into hugging or holding hands, which even the usually demure CLAMP allow for their romantic couplings.

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* ChastityCouple: In As per usual for a CLAMP work, any couples present in the series rarely make it obvious they are in fact dating.
** Sakura and Syaoran, in
the downplayed way a junior high school couple could have. While promotional materials for the anime make a big emphasis in the note that Sakura and Syaoran are officially girlfriend and boyfriend in this series, the average viewer might not know it from watching it without the background info. The series still plays with classic pre-couple tropes like NotADate and LuminescentBlush for the two's interactions, and it's ''very'' subtly whenever they behave as something more than the friends and classmates they already were. In fact, by the end of the anime they have not yet progressed into hugging (that isn't for extreme reasons like their reunion or Syaoran's silent vow to make her happy) or holding hands, hands (not counting the first ED animation), which even the usually demure CLAMP allow for their romantic couplings.couplings.
** Not unlike Sakura and Syaoran, Chiharu and Yamazaki have been acknowledged as a couple since the original series but their interactions are primarily just Chiharu putting up with Yamazaki's trolling.
** Touya and Yukito became official in the original series but their interactions at least onscreen aren't any more affectionate than before; the frequent hangouts, deep talks and Touya's typical teasing are as significant/intimate as they will get.



* GeckoEnding: The anime finishes in 22 episodes and only adapts roughly to Chapter 24, the one chapter in the manga when a lot of plot twists are shown [[spoiler:(Syaoran having ownership of the Sakura cards and Syaoran being revealed as the cloaked figure in Sakura's dream)]]. The anime naturally leaves out the first twist and changes the second twist to avoid a cliffhanger finish, and doesn't get to investigate the other plot points revealed. Instead, the last episode ends with [[spoiler:Kaito reversing time so Sakura and Akiho's battle never happened while noting he still needs more cards]], leaving a SequelHook.
* LongRunnerTechMarchesOn: Takes place within 3 years of the end of the original series, which was set in the mid 1990's. (Then ThePresentDay when the series came out). As such, the original gave Sakura things like a CRT television in her bedroom, and flip-phones with buttons. However, since it was released in TheNewTens, Sakura is using technology such as flat-screen TVs and computers, smartphones, and Skype (or something along its lines).

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* FoodPorn: A lot of focus is put on the food characters make or eat at times, especially in the anime.
* GeckoEnding: The anime finishes in 22 episodes and only adapts roughly to Chapter 24, the one chapter in the manga when a lot of plot twists are shown [[spoiler:(Syaoran having ownership of the Sakura cards and Syaoran being revealed as the cloaked figure in Sakura's dream)]]. The anime naturally leaves out the first twist and changes the second twist to avoid a cliffhanger finish, and doesn't get to investigate the other plot points revealed.either. Instead, the last episode ends with [[spoiler:Kaito reversing time so Sakura and Akiho's battle never happened while noting he still needs more cards]], leaving a SequelHook.
* LongRunnerTechMarchesOn: Takes place within 3 years of the end of the original series, which was set in the mid 1990's. (Then ThePresentDay when the anime series came out). As such, the original gave Sakura things like a CRT television in her bedroom, and flip-phones with buttons. However, since it was released this sequel began in TheNewTens, Sakura is using uses technology such as flat-screen TVs [=TVs=] and computers, smartphones, and Skype (or something along its lines).



* PutOnABus: Rika goes into a different middle school.

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* PutOnABus: Rika goes into a different middle school.school and only makes one brief appearance to give Sakura a book.
* RecapEpisode: One recap episode was used for the anime midway. There's also an episode dedicated to characters looking back at the past events of ''The Sealed Card'' movie, with scenes redone in the new art style.



* SequelHook: The anime-original ending [[spoiler:has Kaito reverse Sakura and Akiho's battle and noting there aren't enough cards yet]], leaving room for an easy transition into a potential second season.
* SeriesContinuityError: In episode 18, when Touya is talking with Yue, he says he asked Yukito what Yue's name is because it felt weird not knowing his name all this time. Yue clearly told Touya his name when they met in the first series.
* StrictlyFormula: The initial episodes start this way. Sakura goes on through her social life, Touya starts bullying her as an excuse for feeling something's wrong about her, she and Syaoran share a romantic moment, Sakura has a premonition, she sees something weird happening nobody else even notices, she captures the card, the other magical characters can't feel the presence of any magic, they try to contact Eriol, but he refuses to answer, and Tomoyo tries to film Sakura, but fails.

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* SequelHook: The anime-original ending [[spoiler:has Kaito reverse Sakura and Akiho's battle and noting there aren't enough cards yet]], easily leaving room for an easy transition into a potential second season.
* SeriesContinuityError: In episode 18, when Touya is talking with Yue, he says he asked Yukito what Yue's name is because it felt weird not knowing his name all this time. However, Yue clearly told Touya his name when they met in the first series.
* StrictlyFormula: The initial anime episodes start this way. Sakura goes on through her social life, Touya starts bullying her as an excuse for feeling something's wrong about her, she and Syaoran share a romantic moment, Sakura has a premonition, she sees something weird happening nobody else even notices, she captures the card, the other magical characters can't feel the presence of any magic, they try to contact Eriol, but he refuses to answer, and Tomoyo tries to film Sakura, but fails.



** The prologue episode adapts the manga's finale.
** The Funimation dub is also far more faithful to the series' themes.

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** The prologue episode properly adapts the manga's finale.
finale, which the original anime didn't do.
** The Funimation dub is also far more faithful to the series' themes.



** Chapter 25 gives some important background on Akiho: [[spoiler:she is in fact a part of a powerful clan of magicians (who even appeared to be rivals of the Li family), but she herself has no magic and she was given the cold treatment in her childhood because of this; it's heavily implied she has nothing to do with them now (assuming they're still around), as chooses to focus on her new life with Kaito, Momo and her friends rather than the past.]]



-->"[[spoiler:Syaoran-kun...]]" (Chapter 24)/ "[[spoiler:Akiho-chan!]]" (Episode 22)

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-->"[[spoiler:Syaoran-kun...]]" ?]]" (Chapter 24)/ "[[spoiler:Akiho-chan!]]" (Episode 22)

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* LongRunnerTechMarchesOn: Takes place within 3 years of the end of the original series, which was set in the mid 1990's. (Then ThePresentDay when the series came out). As such, the original gave Sakura things like a CRT television in her bedroom, and flip-phones with buttons. However, since it was released in TheNewTens, Sakura is using technology such as flat-screen TVs and computers, smartphones, and Skype (or something along its lines).


* GeckoEnding: The anime finishes in 22 episodes and only adapts roughly to Chapter 24, the one chapter the manga when a lot of plot twists are shown [[spoiler:(Syaoran having ownership of the Sakura cards and Syaoran being revealed as the cloaked figure in Sakura's dream)]]. The anime naturally leaves out the first twist and changes the second twist, and doesn't get to investigate the other plot points revealed. Instead, the last episode ends with [[spoiler:Kaito reversing time so Sakura and Akiho's battle never happened while noting he still needs more cards]], leaving a SequelHook.

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* GeckoEnding: The anime finishes in 22 episodes and only adapts roughly to Chapter 24, the one chapter in the manga when a lot of plot twists are shown [[spoiler:(Syaoran having ownership of the Sakura cards and Syaoran being revealed as the cloaked figure in Sakura's dream)]]. The anime naturally leaves out the first twist and changes the second twist, twist to avoid a cliffhanger finish, and doesn't get to investigate the other plot points revealed. Instead, the last episode ends with [[spoiler:Kaito reversing time so Sakura and Akiho's battle never happened while noting he still needs more cards]], leaving a SequelHook.


''Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card'' is a sequel manga started in June 2016, and it takes up the story right after the end of the original ''Manga/CardcaptorSakura'' series. A new anime series based on the sequel was released in January 6, 2018 with the original staff and cast returning. An [=OVA=] which is a prologue for the 2018 TV series was released on September 17, 2017. Creator/{{Funimation}} has acquired the home video and streaming rights for ''Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card'', and released English Simuldub as well.

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''Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card'' is a sequel manga started in June 2016, and it takes up the story right after the end of the original ''Manga/CardcaptorSakura'' series. A new 22-episode anime series based on the sequel was released in January 6, 2018 with the original staff and cast returning. An [=OVA=] which is a prologue for the 2018 TV series was released on September 17, 2017. Creator/{{Funimation}} has acquired the home video and streaming rights for ''Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card'', and released English Simuldub as well.
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* ArtEvolution: This being the 20th anniversary series, it makes sense that the art has changed.

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\n* AdaptationExpansion: Similar to the original series, the anime adds in a lot more scenes and stories than the original manga.
* ArtEvolution: This being the 20th anniversary series, it makes sense that the art has changed. Notably, older characters have rounder faces than the more angled ones they had in the original.
* TheBusCameBack: Meiling, who returned to Hong Kong in the original anime, visits for a few episodes in the anime and stays with Sakura.



* DemotedToExtra: Kerberos, Syaoran, and Yue don't have as much relevance to the plot as before, which is mostly justified as neither can sense magic from the new cards and so can't be of much help this time. Kerberos tries to remain a typical mentor he's always been but is otherwise the butt of jokes most of the time, Yue (as Yukito) are busy, and Syaoran initially isn't around to help Sakura all that often. Kerberos and Yue do still try to consult with Sakura and with each other whenever possible, and Syaoran is also seen doing a lot of sneaking around especially with Eriol.

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* DemotedToExtra: Kerberos, Syaoran, and Yue don't have as much relevance to the plot action-wise as before, which is mostly justified as neither can sense magic from the new cards and so can't be of much help this time. Kerberos tries to remain a typical mentor he's always been but is otherwise the butt of jokes most of the time, Yue (as Yukito) are is busy, and Syaoran initially isn't around to help Sakura all that often. Kerberos and Yue do still try to consult with Sakura and with each other whenever possible, and Syaoran is also seen doing a lot of sneaking around especially with Eriol.Eriol.
* FirstNameBasis: Much like her old friends, Sakura instantly calls Akiho by her first name and the latter returns the favour (albeit as the more polite "Sakura-san", a contrast to the other girls in their group). Meiling also decides to refer to Sakura by her first name at the end of her trip, signifying how close the two have become.



* GeckoEnding: The anime finishes in 22 episodes and only adapts roughly to Chapter 24, the one chapter the manga when a lot of plot twists are shown [[spoiler:(Syaoran having ownership of the Sakura cards and Syaoran being revealed as the cloaked figure in Sakura's dream)]]. The anime naturally leaves out the first twist and changes the second twist, and doesn't get to investigate the other plot points revealed. Instead, the last episode ends with [[spoiler:Kaito reversing time so Sakura and Akiho's battle never happened while noting he still needs more cards]], leaving a SequelHook.



* SequelHook: The anime-original ending [[spoiler:has Kaito reverse Sakura and Akiho's battle and noting there aren't enough cards yet]], leaving room for an easy transition into a potential second season.



-->"[[spoiler:Syaoran-kun...]]" (Chapter 24)/ "[[spoiler:Akiho-chan!]]" (Episode 22)

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-->"[[spoiler:Syaoran-kun...]]" (Chapter 24)/ "[[spoiler:Akiho-chan!]]" (Episode 22)22)
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''Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card'' is a sequel manga started in June 2016, and it takes up the story right after the end of the original ''Manga/CardcaptorSakura'' series. A new anime series based on the sequel was released in January 6, 2018 with the original staff and cast returning. An [=OVA=] which is a prologue for the 2018 TV series was released on September 17, 2017. Creator/{{Funimation}} has acquired the home video and streaming rights for ''Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card'', and will have an English Simuldub as well.

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''Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card'' is a sequel manga started in June 2016, and it takes up the story right after the end of the original ''Manga/CardcaptorSakura'' series. A new anime series based on the sequel was released in January 6, 2018 with the original staff and cast returning. An [=OVA=] which is a prologue for the 2018 TV series was released on September 17, 2017. Creator/{{Funimation}} has acquired the home video and streaming rights for ''Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card'', and will have an released English Simuldub as well.



* ArtEvolution: This being the 20th anniversary series, it makes sense that the art has changed. The fanbase appears to be split on whether the new style is better or not.

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* ArtEvolution: This being the 20th anniversary series, it makes sense that the art has changed. The fanbase appears to be split on whether the new style is better or not.



** Episode 9 has Sakura and Syaoran going on a date to the aquarium where Watery was captured. The Spiral card that shows up this time is defeated in a similar way -- instead of luring it to the freezer, Syaoran uses an ice spell to freeze it.

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** Episode 9 has Sakura and Syaoran going on a date to the aquarium where both Sakura had her date with Yukito and Watery was captured. The Spiral card that shows up this time is defeated in a similar way -- instead of luring it to the freezer, Syaoran uses an ice spell to freeze it.



* ChastityCouple: In the downplayed way a junior high school couple could have. While promotional materials for the anime made a big emphasis in the note that Sakura and Syaoran are officially girlfriend and boyfriend in this series, the average viewer might not know it from watching it without the background info. The series still plays with classic pre-couple tropes like NotADate and LuminescentBlush for the two's interactions, and it's ''very'' subtly whenever they behave as something more than the friends and classmates they already were. In fact, by the end of the anime they have not yet progressed into hugging or holding hands, which even the usually demure CLAMP allow for their romantic couplings.

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* ChastityCouple: In the downplayed way a junior high school couple could have. While promotional materials for the anime made make a big emphasis in the note that Sakura and Syaoran are officially girlfriend and boyfriend in this series, the average viewer might not know it from watching it without the background info. The series still plays with classic pre-couple tropes like NotADate and LuminescentBlush for the two's interactions, and it's ''very'' subtly whenever they behave as something more than the friends and classmates they already were. In fact, by the end of the anime they have not yet progressed into hugging or holding hands, which even the usually demure CLAMP allow for their romantic couplings.



* DemotedToExtra: Kerberos, Syaoran, and Yue don't have as much relevance to the plot as before. Kerberos is just sort of there for the occasional joke without anything else to do because he can't be written out, Yue was given an "he's very busy" excuse, and Syaoran at least has the fact he's the love interest going for him and the hints that he's involved in what's going on somehow, but he still doesn't get to do much of anything.

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* DemotedToExtra: Kerberos, Syaoran, and Yue don't have as much relevance to the plot as before. Kerberos before, which is just sort of there for mostly justified as neither can sense magic from the occasional joke without anything else to do because he new cards and so can't be written out, of much help this time. Kerberos tries to remain a typical mentor he's always been but is otherwise the butt of jokes most of the time, Yue was given an "he's very busy" excuse, (as Yukito) are busy, and Syaoran at least has the fact he's the love interest going for him and the hints initially isn't around to help Sakura all that he's involved in what's going on somehow, but he often. Kerberos and Yue do still doesn't get try to do much consult with Sakura and with each other whenever possible, and Syaoran is also seen doing a lot of anything.sneaking around especially with Eriol.



** [[spoiler:Chapters 21-22/episode 21 reveals two major things; Kaito is not only one of the strongest magicians, but is seeking Sakura's Clear Cards to activate a relic he took from a Magician's Association. In addition, Sakura is subconsciously creating the Clear Cards due to her immensive magical ability and growth.]][[note]] [[spoiler:To elaborate, she creates the card's form, but since she has little control over her magic they start causing trouble, much like the mischief caused by the Clow Cards or Eriol's magic, and then she secures them into their card form.]][[/note]]
** [[spoiler:Chapter 24 reveals that Syaoran was the one who took the Sakura Cards, and he also appears as the cloaked figure in Sakura's dreams.]]

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** [[spoiler:Chapters Chapters 21-22/episode 21 reveals two major things; Kaito [[spoiler:Kaito is not only one of the strongest magicians, but is seeking Sakura's Clear Cards to activate a relic he took from a Magician's Association. In addition, Sakura is subconsciously creating the Clear Cards due to her immensive magical ability and growth.]][[note]] [[spoiler:To elaborate, she creates the card's form, but since she has little control over her magic they start causing trouble, much like the mischief caused by the Clow Cards or Eriol's magic, and then she secures them into their card form.]][[/note]]
** [[spoiler:Chapter Chapter 24 reveals that Syaoran [[spoiler:Syaoran was the one who took the Sakura Cards, and he also appears as the cloaked figure in Sakura's dreams.]]



-->[[spoiler:"Syaoran-kun..." (Chapter 24)/ "Akiho-chan!" (Episode 22)]]

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-->[[spoiler:"Syaoran-kun..." -->"[[spoiler:Syaoran-kun...]]" (Chapter 24)/ "Akiho-chan!" "[[spoiler:Akiho-chan!]]" (Episode 22)]]22)


* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: Zigzagged with the Clear Cards, which replace the Sakura Cards this time around; while there are a number of similarities, not all of them are exact counterparts. Eventually their status as this trope is justified, since it's revealed that [[spoiler:Sakura is unknowingly creating the Clear Cards herself based on her own wishes. Since she's so familiar with using the Sakura Cards, it's only natural that the Clear Cards would be similar]].

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* SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute: Zigzagged with the Clear Cards, which replace the Sakura Cards this time around; while there are a number of similarities, not all of them are exact counterparts. Eventually their status as this trope is justified, since it's revealed that [[spoiler:Sakura is unknowingly creating the Clear Cards herself based on her own wishes. Since she's so familiar with using the Sakura Cards, it's only natural that the Clear Cards would be similar]].similar. This starts becoming obvious with Mirror who has the exact same look and ability]].


* WhamLine: Sakura's reaction to [[spoiler:unmasking the cloaked figure in her dream]]:
-->[[spoiler:"Syaoran-kun..."]]

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* WhamLine: Sakura's reaction to [[spoiler:unmasking unmasking the cloaked figure in her dream]]:
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-->[[spoiler:"Syaoran-kun..."]]" (Chapter 24)/ "Akiho-chan!" (Episode 22)]]


* ChastityCouple: In the downplayed way a junior high school couple could have. While promotional materials for the anime made a big emphasis in the note that Sakura and Syaoran are officially girlfriend and boyfriend in this series, the average viewer might not know it from watching it without the background info. The series still plays with classic pre-couple tropes like NotADate and LuminescentBlush for the two's interactions, and it's ''very'' subtly whenever they behave as something more than the friends and classmates they already were. In fact, by the end of the anime they have not yet progressed into hugging or holding hands, which even the usually demure CLAMP allow for their romantic couplings.



* {{Flanderization}}: True, Tomoyo was already obsessed with filming Sakura in the original anime, but in the new one? She gets downright ''creepy'' about it, to the point of scaring Kero to death when he fails to capture Sakura in her place.

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* {{Flanderization}}: True, Tomoyo was already obsessed with filming Sakura in the original anime, but in the new one? She one she gets downright ''creepy'' about it, to the point of scaring Kero to death when he fails to capture Sakura in her place.place. Part of it is due to the new series being significantly shorter than the previous one, which leaves little room to flesh Tomoyo out and instead relegates her to her proverbial Sakura admirer role.



** In the second episode, Touya makes okonomiyaki like the version of him from the Hanshin Republic did in ''Manga/TsubasaReservoirChronicle''

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** In the second episode, Touya makes okonomiyaki like the version of him from the Hanshin Republic did in ''Manga/TsubasaReservoirChronicle''''Manga/TsubasaReservoirChronicle''.


** [[spoiler:Episode 21 reveals two major things; Kaito is not only one of the strongest magicians, but is seeking Sakura's Clear Cards to activate a relic he took from a Magician's Association. In addition, Sakura is subconsciously creating the Clear Cards due to her immensive magical ability and growth.]][[note]] [[spoiler:To elaborate, she creates the card's form, but since she has little control over her magic they start causing trouble, much like the mischief caused by the Clow Cards or Eriol's magic, and then she secures them into their card form.]][[/note]]

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** [[spoiler:Episode [[spoiler:Chapters 21-22/episode 21 reveals two major things; Kaito is not only one of the strongest magicians, but is seeking Sakura's Clear Cards to activate a relic he took from a Magician's Association. In addition, Sakura is subconsciously creating the Clear Cards due to her immensive magical ability and growth.]][[note]] [[spoiler:To elaborate, she creates the card's form, but since she has little control over her magic they start causing trouble, much like the mischief caused by the Clow Cards or Eriol's magic, and then she secures them into their card form.]][[/note]]


* ComicBookTime: The time period the show takes place in has been quietly modernized to TheNewTens. Episode 1 shows that the Sakura's calendar is set in 2018. The characters now are using smartphones, and a [=PS4=] replaces the Super Nintendo-like gaming console Kero was shown playing in the original show.



* FloatingTimeline: The time period the show takes place in has been quietly modernized to TheNewTens. Episode 1 shows that the Sakura's calendar is set in 2018. The characters now are using smartphones, and a [=PS4=] replaces the Super Nintendo-like gaming console Kero was shown playing in the original show.



* SealedRoomInTheMiddleOfNowhere: Sakura's room turns into one of these as a result of the Siege card in the second episode. The room seemly has no way out, and pushing on the walls only causes it to stretch. It soon begins to actively try to kill them, but they find a way to escape quickly when they realize it's made of rubber and so can be popped with a sharp object like you can a balloon.

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* SealedRoomInTheMiddleOfNowhere: Sakura's room turns into one of these as a result of the Siege card in the second episode. The room seemly seemingly has no way out, and pushing on the walls only causes it to stretch. It soon begins to actively try to kill them, but they find a way to escape quickly when they realize it's made of rubber and so can be popped with a sharp object like you can a balloon.

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