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* {{Leitmotif}}: Each love interest has their own theme music which plays on their route with the heroine first sees them, and often plays when they're doing magic. The heroine also has her own theme which plays during some big moments for her.

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* {{Leitmotif}}: Each love interest has their own theme music which plays on their route with the heroine first sees them, and often plays when they're doing magic. The heroine also has her own theme which plays during some big moments for her.



* SurvivalMantra: Emeril has a mantra which she and her older brother used to say to each other when they got in trouble or needed to calm down: "It's not the end of the world, it's just the end of the day."

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* SurvivalMantra: Emeril has a mantra which she and her older twin brother used to say to each other when they got in trouble or needed to calm down: "It's not the end of the world, it's just the end of the day."

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* ReinventingTheTelephone: Cellphones don't work in the magical world, but magicians have spells that function like them. If someone gets a call, their sigil will light up in the air next to them, and they can accept or decline the call. Normally some identifying mark, such as the caller's face, will show on the receiver's sigil like caller ID.

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* EverybodyKnewAlready: In Emeril's first season, when the heroine reveals to the rest of the staff that she's a human, it turns out they already knew.


* CantHoldHisLiquor: Emeril is a lightweight when it comes to alcohol. Apparently, she once got drunk off a single drink, spent the next half hour giggling, and was found asleep in the storage room later.



* ThereIsOnlyOneBed: The heroine has to share a bed with Lucien on his route.

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* ThereIsOnlyOneBed: The In every route except Runa's and Liora's, the heroine has to must share a bed with Lucien on his route.her love interest. Though in Zain's case, the usual resulting tension is averted as he manages to avoid being in bed while the heroine is awake and it's a very spacious bed anyway.


* OneGenderSchool: Emeril and Zola's alma mater, Lady Étáin University, is a women-only school.

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* OneGenderSchool: Emeril and Zola's alma mater, Lady Étáin Étaín University, is a women-only school.

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* OneGenderSchool: Emeril and Zola's alma mater, Lady Étáin University, is a women-only school.


* HerCodeNameWasMarySue: When Emeril was seven, she wrote a story about her self-insert that went on about how she was the best detective ever.

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* HerCodeNameWasMarySue: When Emeril was seven, seven or so, she wrote a story about her self-insert that went on about how she was the best detective ever.

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* {{Diary}}: Emeril has kept diaries since her childhood.


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* HerCodeNameWasMarySue: When Emeril was seven, she wrote a story about her self-insert that went on about how she was the best detective ever.
* HoldingHands: In Emeril's first season, as she and the heroine go for a walk together, Emeril says she's used to holding hands with her younger siblings as they walk and finds it weird to walk beside someone and not hold their hand. She also attributes it to "a mood magician empathy thing" that she enjoys holding hands with people she's close to. There is an option to hold hands, complete with IntertwinedFingers.


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* LadyAndKnight: Roman references this idea in his first season. He offers to draw up a bath for the heroine and treat her like a queen. When the heroine asks if that makes him a king, he says he thinks he'd be more like a knight -- "There to protect you, not to control or rule you."


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* LipstickLesbian: Liora is elegantly feminine, and in her youth, when she'd imagine herself as the heroine of her favorite fairy tale, she'd always change the prince to a princess.


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* SecretRelationship: In Lucien's second season, he and the heroine officially enter a relationship. However, they need to keep it secret, both because of [[MalignedMixedMarriage laws against magician/human relationships]] and because being romantically available is an important part of Lucien's image in his job. [[spoiler:It doesn't stay secret for long, as Vallia saw them kissing and soon a photo of it spreads around.]]


* {{Foil}}: Lucien and Roman, who work alongside each other in the kitchen. Lucien is aloof, neat, and perfectionist, and has teal as his signature color. Roman is open, friendly, sloppier, and has red as his signature color. When the heroine sees their handwriting on the menu board, she notes the contrast between them -- Lucien's is neat and precise, whereas Roman uses a looping cursive style.

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* {{Foil}}: Lucien and Roman, who work alongside each other in the kitchen. Lucien is aloof, neat, and perfectionist, and has teal as his signature color. Roman is open, friendly, sloppier, more chaotic, and has red as his signature color. When the heroine sees their handwriting on the menu board, she notes the contrast between them -- Lucien's is neat and precise, whereas Roman uses a looping cursive style.


* AmnesiaLoop: In episode three of Roman's first season, Roman is obliged to use his magic to erase the heroine's memory of their meeting. In the next couple of episodes she finds her way back to the cafe and obliviously resists his efforts to convince her to leave until in episode six he's forced to wipe her memory again, confirming before he does that it's not the first time - and probably not the second either.

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* AmnesiaLoop: In episode three Over half of Roman's first season, Roman is obliged to use his magic to erase season sees the heroine's memory of their meeting. In the next couple of episodes heroine stuck in a recurring loop in which she finds her way back to arrives at the cafe and obliviously resists his efforts meets Roman, only for Roman to convince her to leave until in episode six he's forced be obligated to wipe her memory again, confirming before of the encounter. By the time he does finally puts his foot down in episode ''eight,'' he admits to the confused heroine that it's this has happened every day for the past week, and that's not counting indications from the very first time - episode that the two had already met four years ago and probably not the second either.formed a relationship which Roman had to wipe her memory of.

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** Liora's first season has a heart scene where the heroine brings her dinner after she {{forgets to eat}}. After eating her fill, Liora offers the heroine a bite, passing her the fork.
--->'''Heroine:''' (Don't think about indirect kisses, brain. This isn't a TV show.)

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* IndirectKiss:
** A heart scene in Runa's first season has her and the heroine sharing a pot pie, passing the fork between themselves.
** A heart scene in Emeril's first season has her sharing a slice of charlotte with the heroine. She gives the heroine a bite, then takes one herself with the same fork, which the heroine blushes at.


* CharmPerson: Runa's specialty is charm magic. The ethical implications of using such a power on other people are touched upon in her route, as her misuse of charm magic in the past creates most of the conflict of her first season.

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* CharmPerson: Runa's specialty is charm magic. Charms make an object or person want to please the spell caster; for example, Runa's turnips are compelled to want to help her, and the desire makes them come to life in order to lend their help. The ethical implications of using such a power on other people are touched upon in her Runa's route, as her misuse of charm magic in the past creates most of the conflict of her first season.



* ExoticEyeDesigns: A magician's eyes have a unique pattern in the iris -- Lucien has a pentagram, Runa has a lotus blossom, Zain has a four-pointed star, Roman has a multi-ringed pattern, and Liora has three spirals.

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* ExoticEyeDesigns: A magician's eyes have a unique pattern in the iris -- Lucien has a pentagram, Runa has a lotus blossom, Zain has a four-pointed star, Roman has a multi-ringed pattern, and Liora has three spirals.spirals, and Emeril has four swooping lines like the petals of a flower.



* {{Glamour}}: Magicians can cast glamours to change the appearance of a person. The caster can see through the spell at will, and the more complex the glamour, the higher the chance it will fail. The heroine has a glamour put on her to make her look like a magician while she's in the magical world by changing the appearance of her hair and eyes. In Lucien's first season, he disguises himself with a glamour while dealing with Cyril so his bias against Lucien won't affect the cafe.



* {{Leitmotif}}: Each love interest has their own theme music which plays on their route with the heroine first sees them, and often plays when they're doing magic.

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* {{Leitmotif}}: Each love interest has their own theme music which plays on their route with the heroine first sees them, and often plays when they're doing magic. The heroine also has her own theme which plays during some big moments for her.


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* MagicalIncantation: Emeril mentions that verbal spells are a bit of a myth and nowadays incantations are only used in very complex spells with many different components.


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* PinkySwear: A heart scene in Emeril's first season has the heroine showing her the ancient "human magic" of pinkie promises.


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* SuperpowerfulGenetics: In magicians, magical specialties sometimes run in the family; other times they're random.
* SurvivalMantra: Emeril has a mantra which she and her older brother used to say to each other when they got in trouble or needed to calm down: "It's not the end of the world, it's just the end of the day."


* ForgottenFirstMeeting: And forgotten second meeting, as well. In Roman's route, he and the protagonist met and formed a relationship four years before the events of the route, but the entire experience was removed from the heroine's memory. When she finds her way to the café at the start of the route, Roman is obliged to wipe her memory a second time, apologetically telling her that it's to keep her safe.

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* ForgottenFirstMeeting: And forgotten second meeting, as well.and third... In Roman's route, he and the protagonist met and formed a relationship four years before the events of the route, but the entire experience was removed from the heroine's memory. When she finds her way to the café at the start of the route, and again in episode four, Roman is obliged to wipe her memory a second time, again, apologetically telling her that it's to keep her safe.

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* MagicVersusScience: Electronics apparently don't work in the magical realm -- the heroine's phone always goes dead when she stumbles upon Sweet Enchantments.


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* PocketDimension: The magical world exists in spaces alongside the human realm. These spaces are much BiggerOnTheInside, and traveling between them requires crossing through the human world. Emeril explains using an apron/pocket analogy, wherein the apron is the human world and its pockets are the magical world.

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