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* DuelingWorks: with Manga/CentaurNoNayami from same season. Although these shows are different in form, they are both devoted to the study of the idea of ​​equality, and how this will affect the obviously diverse society. An additional rivalry is also added by the fact that the Elite class approaches this problem from a more pragmatic side, while Nayami parodies the modern concept of liberalism.

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* DuelingWorks: with With Manga/CentaurNoNayami from same season. Although these shows are different in form, they are both devoted to the study of the idea of ​​equality, and how this will affect the obviously diverse society. An additional rivalry is also added by the fact that the Elite class approaches this problem from a more pragmatic side, while Nayami parodies the modern concept of liberalism.


* {{Jossed}}: Most fans got the impression that Horikita was the main LoveInterest, due to her character archetype (the intelligent, beautiful DefrostingIceQueen) dominating in settings like this one. [[spoiler:She's not. Her love interest and the boy she gets the most ShipTease with is ''Ken''.]]

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* FanNickname: Kiyotaka earned the moniker "50% Man" by some fans, due to his habit of being perfectly and suspiciously average.

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* {{Jossed}}: Most fans got the impression that Horikita was the main LoveInterest, due to her character archetype (the intelligent, beautiful DefrostingIceQueen) dominating in settings like this one. [[spoiler:She's not. Her love interest and the boy she gets the most ShipTease with is ''Ken''.]]


* SleepingHit: Although few people particularly expected this show, from the adaptations of light novels it gave the biggest boost to sales of the original novel in its season.

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* SleepingHit: SleeperHit: Although few people particularly expected this show, from the adaptations of light novels it gave the biggest boost to sales of the original novel in its season.

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* DuelingWorks: with Manga/CentaurNoNayami from same season. Although these shows are different in form, they are both devoted to the study of the idea of ​​equality, and how this will affect the obviously diverse society. An additional rivalry is also added by the fact that the Elite class approaches this problem from a more pragmatic side, while Nayami parodies the modern concept of liberalism.
* SleepingHit: Although few people particularly expected this show, from the adaptations of light novels it gave the biggest boost to sales of the original novel in its season.

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