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* WhatDoesSheSeeInHim: San as well as a majority of the fanbase wonder why Erika is pursuing Kyouya. Even Erika found herself thinking that on multiple occasions.

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* WhatDoesSheSeeInHim: San as well as a majority of the fanbase wonder often wonders why Erika is pursuing Kyouya. Even Erika found herself thinking that on multiple occasions.


* LetsWaitAWhile: A running gag in the manga is how whenever Erika and Kyouya try to consummate, something inevitably ''always'' interrupts them (hesitation, Erika's period, etc.) However, they do manage to do it [[spoiler: after finishing their finals.]]

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* LetsWaitAWhile: A running gag in the manga is how whenever Erika and Kyouya try to consummate, consummate their relationship, something inevitably ''always'' interrupts them (hesitation, Erika's period, friends showing up, etc.) However, they do manage to do it [[spoiler: after finishing their finals.]]]] This makes the series one of the few shoujo mangas to actually feature (or at least heavily imply) the lead couple having a sexual relationship.


* HypocriticalHumor: During Chapter 58.5, Erika and Kyouya are watching a segment about {{Bastard Boyfriend}}s that play with their girlfriends' feelings. Kyouya commentates that he'd never want his daughter to end up with a man like that, even though [[spoiler: his daughter came into the world with that ''exact'' coupling in her parents]]. Even Erika has to hang a lampshade on that one.

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* HypocriticalHumor: During Chapter 58.5, Erika and Kyouya are watching a segment about {{Bastard Boyfriend}}s that play with their girlfriends' feelings. Kyouya commentates comments that he'd never want his daughter to end up with a man like that, even though [[spoiler: his daughter came into the world with that ''exact'' coupling in her parents]].he and Erika]]. Even Erika has to hang a lampshade on that one.


* StealthPun: The café that Takeru, Erika and Kyouya go to is called "Canis lupus", which is the scientific classification for "wolf". Also doubles as a FunnyMoment.

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* StealthPun: The café that Takeru, Erika and Kyouya go to is called "Canis lupus", which is the scientific classification for "wolf". Also doubles as a FunnyMoment.SugarWiki/{{Funny Moment|s}}.


* AdaptationDyeJob: In the live-action adaptation, the very light brown haired Kyouya is played by dark-haired Kento Yamazaki.

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* AdaptationDyeJob: In AccidentalKiss: [[spoiler: Kyouya]] and [[spoiler: Sanda]] have this once. [[spoiler: Erika]] is so bothered by it that she spends the live-action adaptation, the very light brown haired Kyouya is played by dark-haired Kento Yamazaki.entire chapter DiggingHerselfDeeper.



* BetterAsFriends: In the epilogue, Sanda mentions that she and Takeru started dating some time after the main story, but they eventually broke it off and figured that they were fine the way they were.

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* BetterAsFriends: [[spoiler: In the epilogue, Sanda mentions that she and Takeru started dating some time after the main story, but they eventually broke it off and figured that they were fine the way they were.]]
* BigLittleBrother: Averted with Kyouya and Reika, who is about the same height as him, but played straight with Sanda and her little brother.



** [[spoiler: Terasaki]] as well. He initially appears as an average hopeless DoggedNiceGuy wanting to please his crush. [[spoiler: If anything, he would become a certified [[WouldHitAGirl domestic abuser to any girl he dates with]].]]



* CareerVersusMan: [[spoiler: Near the end of the series, Erika is faced with this. She loves Kyouya, but she also loves glass-making, and she doesn't want to discard any of them. Kyouya is not helping either, telling Erika in the face that if she chooses to study glass-making, they'll have to break up. It takes Sanda's ArmorPiercingSlap to make him support her to go to Kyoto.]]
* ClassTrip: The film adaptation has one to Kobe that serves as its climax. In the manga itself, while Erika does visit Kobe, it's a personal trip (she accompanies Kyouya to visit his mother), while the actual class trip doesn't happen until much later, when Erika is in senior year, and the destination is [[SnowMeansLove Hokkaido]].
* ClingyJealousGirl: Erika doesn't take well to see Kyouya being touchy-feely with other girls, even accidentally (like with [[spoiler: Sanda]]). [[NotSoDifferent Likewise]], Kyouya can only tolerate exactly four guys to be close with Erika: her father, himself, Takeru, and Nozomi; everyone else is off-limits, and this is ''before'' [[spoiler: he falls in love with her for real]]. They, however, don't hold a candle to [[spoiler: Terasaki, who outright hits Erika to intimidate her to become his girlfriend.]]
* CompositeCharacter: Nozomi and Kimura are merged in the film adaptation as one character, being a "friend" to Kyouya and the jerk who dates Erika just to take revenge against him for having attracted his ex-girlfriend.



* GeckoEnding: Both the anime and the film adaptation, as they are produced before the manga had its ending (though the film adaptation was in fact released roughly two weeks after the publication of the last chapter).
** The anime ends after the conclusion of [[spoiler: Erika and Kyouya's visit to the latter's mother in Kobe, with the final shot being their return to Tokyo.]] The manga still has a long way to go after that, but at least [[spoiler: the two are already dating for real.]]
** Meanwhile, the film adaptation chronologically ends very early in the manga's timeline but creates padding (Erika's inexplicable singing after she does Kyouya's housework being a notable example) and a new resolution to balance them out. [[spoiler: Specifically, it ends when Erika quits being the Wolf Girl in favor of a RelationshipUpgrade, but instead of being resolved quickly, it takes place while the school is in vacation, with the associated drama.]] This makes the film feel rather shallow than either the manga or anime, as [[spoiler: Kyouya doesn't get to show real affection for Erika, his confession looks as if it's made-up, and Erika actually ''loses'' her friends Marin and Tezuka, as unlike in the manga, they only tolerated Erika because they thought she had a genuine boyfriend.]]



* HypocriticalHumor: During Chapter 58.5, Erika and Kyouya are watching a segment about {{Bastard Boyfriend}}s that play with their girlfriends' feelings. Kyouya commentates that he'd never want his daughter to end up with a man like that, even though his daughter came into the world with that ''exact'' coupling in her parents. Even Erika has to hang a lampshade on that one.

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* TheGhost: Kyoua's father is referenced a few times but never makes it onscreen.
* HypocriticalHumor: During Chapter 58.5, Erika and Kyouya are watching a segment about {{Bastard Boyfriend}}s that play with their girlfriends' feelings. Kyouya commentates that he'd never want his daughter to end up with a man like that, even though [[spoiler: his daughter came into the world with that ''exact'' coupling in her parents. parents]]. Even Erika has to hang a lampshade on that one.one.
* IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy: Kusakabe willingly lets Erika go after he realizes that she is still pining Kyouya. Also [[spoiler: Sanda, who in one side story is revealed to have had a crush on Kyouya, but keeps it to herself as she values her friendship with Erika more.]]



* LetsWaitAWhile: A running gag in the manga is how whenever Erika and Kyouya try to consummate, something inevitably ''always'' interrupts them (hesitation, Erika's period, etc.) However, they do manage to do it [[spoiler: after finishing their finals.]]
* LongDistanceRelationship: [[spoiler: At the end of the series, Erika and Kyouya choose to settle down to this after the former's CareerVersusMan dilemma. They manage it well.]]



* OppositesAttract: Erika, a girl willing to do anything for love, and Kyouya, a boy willing to do anything to stay away from love. The attracting part comes [[spoiler:later, When Kyouya realizes that he ''does'' love Erika after all.]]

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* NotGoodWithRejection: Subverted with Rena, who initially seems like the typical ambitious love rival who will sabotage the protagonist through anything when they're rejected, [[spoiler: but it turns that she's perfectly fine with being rejected by Kyouya in favor of her cousin]]. This is not the case with [[spoiler: Terasaki, who after being rejected by Erika twice shows his true colors by slapping her.]]
* OneHeadTaller: Kyouya notably towers over Erika.
* OppositesAttract: Erika, a girl willing to do anything for love, and Kyouya, a boy willing to do anything to stay away from love. The attracting part comes [[spoiler:later, When when Kyouya realizes that he ''does'' love Erika after all.]]



* SolomonDivorce: After her divorce, Hitomi took Reika with her, while her husband took Kyouya.



* ThirdWheel: Nozomi fears this when Takeru and Sanda get closer, feeling that with them and Kyouya and Erika dating, he'd be left out. This is coming from someone whose daily life consists of being TheCasanova. [[spoiler: While the two do date, they break up rather quickly.]]



* WithFriendsLikeThese: Marin and Aki can be annoying at times and Erika mainly puts up with them at first just to have friends to hang out with.

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* WithFriendsLikeThese: Marin and Aki can be annoying at times and Erika mainly puts up with them at first just to have friends to hang out with. However, it's clear as the manga goes on that the two genuinely care for Erika, as best highlighted when [[spoiler: Erika reveals that Kyouya was a fake boyfriend when she first introduced him, yet they take it in stride]]. Not so in the film adaptation, though, as [[spoiler: the two quickly distance themselves from Erika the moment the facade breaks.]]
* WomenAreWiser: Compare Terasaki and Kasai, who are introduced together in chapter 39 as serve as hypotenuses for Kyouya and Erika, respectively. The two complicate the couple's relationship, but while [[spoiler: Kasai is fine with Kyouya choosing to continue date Erika and even make amends with her, Terasaki goes absolutely ''ballistic'' when Erika rejects his suggestion to break up with Kyouya and has to be restrained physically before he hurts her again. He never makes amends with any of them, either.]]


* BabiesEverAfter: [[Nine years after the story ends, Kyouya and Erika are married with a little girl named Yuina. Turns out the child had been born out of wedlock]].

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* BabiesEverAfter: [[Nine [[spoiler:Nine years after the story ends, Kyouya and Erika are married with a little girl named Yuina. Turns out the child had been born out of wedlock]].


* BabiesEverAfter: Nine years after the story ends, Kyouya and Erika are married with a little girl named Yuina. Turns out the child had been born out of wedlock.
* BastardBoyfriend: Kyouya most definitely, even if it is just for appearance's sake. It still carries over even when [[spoiler: he and Erika [[RelationshipUpgrade start dating seriously]]]].

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* BabiesEverAfter: Nine [[Nine years after the story ends, Kyouya and Erika are married with a little girl named Yuina. Turns out the child had been born out of wedlock.
wedlock]].
* BastardBoyfriend: Kyouya most definitely, even if it is just for appearance's sake. It still carries over even when [[spoiler: he and Erika [[RelationshipUpgrade start dating seriously]]]].seriously]]]], but it mostly disappears after [[spoiler:marriage]].



* OddCouple: Erika, a girl willing to do anything for love, and Kyouya, a boy willing to do anything to stay away from love.
* OddFriendship: Erika and Sanda, Kyouya and Takeru

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* OddCouple: OppositesAttract: Erika, a girl willing to do anything for love, and Kyouya, a boy willing to do anything to stay away from love.
love. The attracting part comes [[spoiler:later, When Kyouya realizes that he ''does'' love Erika after all.]]
* OddFriendship: Erika and Sanda, Kyouya and TakeruTakeru.

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* TheyDo: [[spoiler:Not only do Kyouya and Erika get married, but they have a child and the audience gets to see some of the landmarks of the couple's relationship, just to cement it.]]


* ''{{Jerkass}}'': Kyouya.

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* ''{{Jerkass}}'': Kyouya.{{Jerkass}}: Kyouya, the one and only. Over time though, he morphs into a JerkWithAHeartOfGold. It's more noticeable after he graduates high school.


* WhatDoesSheSeeInHim: San as well as a majority of the fanbase wonder why Erika is pursuing Kyouya.

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* WhatDoesSheSeeInHim: San as well as a majority of the fanbase wonder why Erika is pursuing Kyouya. Even Erika found herself thinking that on multiple occasions.


''Okami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji'', roughly translated as "The Wolf Girl and The Black Prince", is a [[ShoujoDemographic shoujo]] manga by Ayuko Hatta, serialized in the monthly magazine Bessatsu Margaret, counting 12 volumes at the moment. An anime adaptation by TYO Productions aired during the Fall2014Anime season for a total of 12 episodes, with an OVA later bundled with one of the manga volumes.

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''Okami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji'', roughly translated as "The Wolf Girl and The Black Prince", is a [[ShoujoDemographic shoujo]] manga by Ayuko Hatta, serialized in the monthly magazine Bessatsu Margaret, ''Bessatsu Margaret'', wrapping up with 16 volumes and 58 chapters, not counting 12 volumes at the moment.extras. An anime adaptation by TYO Productions aired during the Fall2014Anime season for a total of 12 episodes, with an OVA later bundled with one of the manga volumes.


* AdaptationDyeJob: In the live-action adaptation, the very light bown haired Kyouya is played by dark-haired Kento Yamazaki.

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* AdaptationDyeJob: In the live-action adaptation, the very light bown brown haired Kyouya is played by dark-haired Kento Yamazaki.



* BabiesEverAfter: Nine years after the story ends, Kyouya and Erika are married with a little girl named Yuina.

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* BabiesEverAfter: Nine years after the story ends, Kyouya and Erika are married with a little girl named Yuina. Turns out the child had been born out of wedlock.


* AudienceSurrogate: Erika is just an average girl who wants to fit in.



** BespectacledBastardBoyfriend: Kyouya when he's wearing glasses.


* HypocriticalHumor: During Chapter 58.5, Erika and Kyouya are watching a segment about BastardBoyfriends that play with their girlfriends' feelings. Kyouya commentates that he'd never want his daughter to end up with a man like that, even though his daughter came into the world with that ''exact'' coupling in hr parents. Even Erika has to hang a lampshade o that one.

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* HypocriticalHumor: During Chapter 58.5, Erika and Kyouya are watching a segment about BastardBoyfriends {{Bastard Boyfriend}}s that play with their girlfriends' feelings. Kyouya commentates that he'd never want his daughter to end up with a man like that, even though his daughter came into the world with that ''exact'' coupling in hr her parents. Even Erika has to hang a lampshade o on that one.


* BetterAsFriends: In the epilogue, San mentions that she and Takeru started dating some time after the main story, but they eventually broke it off and figured that they were fine the way they were.

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* BetterAsFriends: In the epilogue, San Sanda mentions that she and Takeru started dating some time after the main story, but they eventually broke it off and figured that they were fine the way they were.



* HypocriticalHumor: During Chapter 58.5, Erika and Kyouya are watching a segment about

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* HypocriticalHumor: During Chapter 58.5, Erika and Kyouya are watching a segment about BastardBoyfriends that play with their girlfriends' feelings. Kyouya commentates that he'd never want his daughter to end up with a man like that, even though his daughter came into the world with that ''exact'' coupling in hr parents. Even Erika has to hang a lampshade o that one.

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