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* TreasureHunt: Chapter 29 features the Arashiyamas and friends going off to find a hidden treasure based off of clues in a painting Hotori bought. [[spoiler:There was no treasure there; in reality, the gold they sought after was the golden view of Shokohone's lake during sunrise. The whole map was a gimmick to make tourists want to visit.]]

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* TreasureHunt: Chapter 29 features the Arashiyamas and friends going off to find a hidden treasure based off of clues in a painting Hotori bought. [[spoiler:There was no treasure there; in reality, the gold they sought after was the golden view of Shokohone's Shikohone's lake during sunrise. The whole map was a gimmick to make tourists want to visit.]]



* {{Yukionna}}: Chapter 35's mysterious traveler, Yuki Onda, is one. She wears traditional clothing, can't stand heat, only drinks cold water and seems perfectly fine in the freezing weather, and nearly fainted when a priest chanted prayers over her. She also seems to me immortal; the chapter centers around her looking for a man she met in the summertime, but when she finally sees him she learns it's been 30 years since her last visit--and he's become quite old while she didn't change at all.

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* {{Yukionna}}: Chapter 35's mysterious traveler, Yuki Onda, is one. She wears traditional clothing, can't stand heat, only drinks cold water and seems perfectly fine in the freezing weather, and nearly fainted when a priest chanted prayers over her. She also seems to me be immortal; the chapter centers around her looking for a man she met in the summertime, but when she finally sees him she learns it's been 30 years since her last visit--and he's become quite old while she didn't change at all.


* RetGone: [[spoiler:Hotori in Chapter 136, in order to save Kanto from a nasty typhoon. The universe that resulted from this is largely he same, but Hotori was able to reassert herself into the natural order by inspiring Shizuka to finish her debut novel as Umekazu.]]

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* RetGone: [[spoiler:Hotori in Chapter 136, in order to save Kanto from a nasty typhoon. The universe that resulted from this is largely he the same, but Hotori was able to reassert herself into the natural order by inspiring Shizuka to finish her debut novel as Umekazu.]]



** "Buyoujin! Buyoujin! Buyoujin! Jin! Jijin! Jin! Lets go!" from the ''Ori Raji'' comedy duo

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** "Buyoujin! Buyoujin! Buyoujin! Jin! Jijin! Jin! Lets go!" from the ''Ori Raji'' comedy duoduo.



** In a popular MMO Hotori plays, there exists an old guild called [[Manga/{{Berserk}}The League of the Hawk, originally led by a guy named Griffin]].

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** In a popular MMO Hotori plays, there exists an old guild called [[Manga/{{Berserk}}The [[Manga/{{Berserk}} The League of the Hawk, originally led by a guy named Griffin]].



%%* {{Tomboy}}: Kon

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%%* {{Tomboy}}: KonKon.


* AlternateUniverse: The "Fantasy Novel" two parter has Hotori dream about going into a universe where she was never born. [[ForWantOfANail As a result,]] Seaside never becomes a maid cafe and the sign isn't broken, Kon and Haribara grow closer even after middle school, Kon takes up a job at Seaside, Tatsuno and Sanada get together, Yukiko is named Hotori, and Shizuka never becomes the mystery writer Umekazu Kadoishi.

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* AlternateUniverse: The "Fantasy Novel" two parter has Hotori dream about going into a universe where she was never born. [[ForWantOfANail As a result,]] Seaside never becomes a maid cafe and the sign isn't broken, Kon and Haribara grow closer even after middle school, Kon takes up a job at Seaside, Tatsuno and Sanada get together, Yukiko is named Hotori, and Shizuka never becomes the mystery writer Umekazu Kadoishi. [[spoiler:going by the penultimate chapter, this universe may be a result of Hotori wishing herself out of existence.]]

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* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: The final chapter ends with Hotori rushing down the school hallways, crying about how she can't think of an ending for her class' play. Fitting, since the story similarly ends with a few loose character arcs and is rather inconclusive as noted in NoEnding below.


* NoEnding: The final serialized chapter Concerns Hotori's class practicing a play...and that's it. No real character arcs were solved (at least chronologically) and life goes on. The epilogue chapter included in the last volume, however, wraps up Hotori and Shizuka's arcs.

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* NoEnding: The final serialized chapter Concerns concerns Hotori's class practicing a play...and that's it. No real character arcs were solved (at least chronologically) and life goes on. The epilogue chapter included in the last volume, however, wraps up Hotori and Shizuka's arcs.

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* NoEnding: The final serialized chapter Concerns Hotori's class practicing a play...and that's it. No real character arcs were solved (at least chronologically) and life goes on. The epilogue chapter included in the last volume, however, wraps up Hotori and Shizuka's arcs.


* AuthorAppeal: Mysteries. While we all know how crqzy Hotori and Takeru are over mystery works, in general the series is filled with mysteries to solve and riddles to crack.

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* AuthorAppeal: Mysteries. While we all know how crqzy crazy Hotori and Takeru are over mystery works, in general the series is filled with mysteries to solve and riddles to crack.


* AllLoveIsUnrequited: It's nothing serious and romance isn't exactly the most important thing in the series but: Toshiko has a crush on Hiroyuki, who has a longstanding crush on his childhood friend Hotori, who seems to have a thing for their homeroom math teacher Mr. Moriaki, who frowns on the idea of a student/teacher relationship as immoral (and who would probably shoot himself if he had to deal with Hotori for the rest of his life). Takeru and Eri may be the only exception.

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* AllLoveIsUnrequited: It's nothing serious and romance isn't exactly the most important thing in the series but: Toshiko has a crush on Hiroyuki, who has a longstanding crush on his childhood friend Hotori, who seems to have a thing for their homeroom math teacher Mr. Moriaki, who frowns on the idea of a student/teacher relationship as immoral (and who would probably shoot himself if he had to deal with Hotori for the rest of his life). Two teachers outside of the love line, Mizoguchi and Nishi, also have unrequited crushes on Moriaki. [[PuppyLove Takeru and Eri Eri]] may be the only exception.


** MistakenForRomance: While Hotori does have a crush on MOriaki for a while, and sometimes does hings that would make anyone else think they're a couple, the one time it backfires on ''her'' specifically is when [[spoiler:Nanami Mizoguchi assumes they're having a TeacherStudentRomance, and attacks Hotori for "achieving" what she could not as a student.]]

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** MistakenForRomance: While Hotori does have a crush on MOriaki Moriaki for a while, and sometimes does hings that would make anyone else think they're a couple, the one time it backfires on ''her'' specifically is when [[spoiler:Nanami Mizoguchi assumes they're having a TeacherStudentRomance, and attacks Hotori for "achieving" what she could not as a student.]]


* ExtraEyes: One chapter dealt with Hotori and Moriaki discovering the truth behind an unusual painting. The one Moriaki had on hand was of a man with three eyes, which was allegedly a self portrait of a gambling addict painter. When they figured out the man made multiple portraits and had them split among his three kids, they also learn that most of the portraits are of him with multiple eyes corresponding to the number of each face of a die. [[spoiler:putting the paintings under a black-light reveals that the paintings have even ''more'' eyes, as a means of being the numbers to open a safe.]]

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* ExtraEyes: One chapter dealt with Hotori and Moriaki discovering the truth behind an unusual painting. The one Moriaki had on hand was of a man with three eyes, which was allegedly a self portrait of a gambling addict painter. When they figured out the man made multiple portraits and had them split among his three kids, they also learn that most of the portraits are of him with multiple eyes corresponding to the number of each face of a die. [[spoiler:putting [[spoiler:Putting the paintings under a black-light reveals that the paintings have even ''more'' eyes, as a means of being the numbers to open a safe.]]


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* AMillionIsAStatistic: Invoked during Chapter 136. [[spoiler:When the higher dimensional being informs her that 3000 people will die as a result of an incoming typhon, Hotori first asks it if anybody she knows (including she herself) will die. [[DefiedTrope It doesn't answer]], so she can make a judgement for herself. Ultimately, she decides to erase herself, due to her thinking about how her family would take a tragedy of such an epic scale.]]
* MistakenForDog: Josephine, the Arashiyama family pet, is actually a {{Tanuki}} they all think is a dog. It takes Kon laughing about the absurdity of putting her on a leash for Hotori to get the picture. Subverted when we see where she came from; she really ''is'' a dog, albeit one that has fur looking like a tanuki's. It's implied that she'll look more canine once she becomes fully mature, as can be seen by Hotori's aunt's similar looking dog.

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* AMillionIsAStatistic: Invoked during Chapter 136. [[spoiler:When the higher dimensional being informs her that 3000 people will die as a result of an incoming typhon, typhoon, Hotori first asks it if anybody she knows (including she herself) will die. [[DefiedTrope It doesn't answer]], so she can make a judgement for herself. Ultimately, she decides to erase herself, due to her thinking about how her family would take a tragedy of such an epic scale.]]
* ** MistakenForDog: Josephine, the Arashiyama family pet, is actually a {{Tanuki}} they all think is a dog. It takes Kon laughing about the absurdity of putting her on a leash for Hotori to get the picture. Subverted when we see where she came from; she really ''is'' a dog, albeit one that has fur looking like a tanuki's. It's implied that she'll look more canine once she becomes fully mature, as can be seen by Hotori's aunt's similar looking dog.dog.
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** MistakenForPedophile: Moriaki, when Hotori attempts to get his attention in a crowd by pretending to be his student lover. Everyone else assumes he's creeping on a middle school kid due to how young Hotori looks.
** MistakenForRomance: While Hotori does have a crush on MOriaki for a while, and sometimes does hings that would make anyone else think they're a couple, the one time it backfires on ''her'' specifically is when [[spoiler:Nanami Mizoguchi assumes they're having a TeacherStudentRomance, and attacks Hotori for "achieving" what she could not as a student.]]


* RetGone: [[spoiler:Hotori in Chapter 136, in order to save Kanto fro a nasty typhoon.]]

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* RetGone: [[spoiler:Hotori in Chapter 136, in order to save Kanto fro from a nasty typhoon.typhoon. The universe that resulted from this is largely he same, but Hotori was able to reassert herself into the natural order by inspiring Shizuka to finish her debut novel as Umekazu.]]

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* RetGone: [[spoiler:Hotori in Chapter 136, in order to save Kanto fro a nasty typhoon.]]


* SadisticChoice: Chapter 136 features one. [[spoiler:A higher dimensional being, completely out of random, selects Hotori as the choice aker for whether or not a typhoon will hit Kanto and destroy part of the region. It posits only two options--press a button to avert the disaster, but at the cost of your own existence; and don't press it, but be a part of a natural disaster to the tune of 3000 dead and over 10,000 involved. Hotori chooses to erase herself and press the button, which is implied to have created the "Fantasy Novel" universe.]] To be fair, it's not entirely self-motivated and the being wasn't trying to be malicious about it.

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* SadisticChoice: Chapter 136 features one. [[spoiler:A higher dimensional being, completely out of random, selects Hotori as the choice aker maker for whether or not a typhoon will hit Kanto and destroy part of the region. It posits only two options--press a button to avert the disaster, but at the cost of your own existence; and don't press it, but be a part of a natural disaster to the tune of 3000 dead and over 10,000 involved. Hotori chooses to erase herself and press the button, which is implied to have created the "Fantasy Novel" universe.]] To be fair, it's not entirely self-motivated and the being wasn't trying to be malicious about it.

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