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Aya's life has it rough, whether it's dealing with bullies at her school or having quarrels with her mother, her life never seems to change for the better. The only friend she can rely on her pet falcon, Athena, which she can barely see for a few minutes. That is pretty much the rope line of Aya's sanity and for of AWorldHalfFull from any WideEyedIdealist.

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Aya's life has it rough, whether it's dealing with bullies at her school or having quarrels with her mother, her life never seems to change for the better. The only friend she can rely on her pet falcon, Athena, which she can barely see for a few minutes. That is pretty much the rope line of Aya's sanity and for of AWorldHalfFull from any WideEyedIdealist.



* DarkMagicalGirl: Destroyers. According to Max, this is the result of a girl using a Crystal for the first time with a selfish or destructive desire rather than the kind, pure ones magical girls. Their lack of moral codes and restraints conflicting with the typical image of magical girls are what gives them their name.

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* DarkMagicalGirl: Destroyers. According to Max, this is the result of a girl using a Crystal for the first time with a selfish or destructive desire wishes rather than the kind, selfless, pure ones ones used by true magical girls. Their lack of moral codes and restraints conflicting with the typical image of magical girls are what gives them their name.



* MagicalGirl: Reconstructed. Every girl has been seen suffering harsh lives before they ended up as magical girls. Yes, the job isn't easy, but it's better than any other alternative in the modern world.

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* MagicalGirl: Reconstructed. Every girl has been seen suffering harsh lives before they ended up as magical girls. Yes, the job isn't easy, but it's better than any other alternative when in the modern world.living a world that has turned against you.


** [[spoiler: Shizuko's parents are even worse, who [[ParentalAbandonment outright threw her out on the street]] just because she became a magical girl]].

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** [[spoiler: Shizuko's parents are even worse, who [[ParentalAbandonment outright threw her out on the street]] just because she became for being a magical girl]].



* AmbiguouslyEvil: The [=AMF=]'s reasons for hunting magic users is unknown, thought Livarre states it varies from person to person. He states he's just a combination of all of them.
* BittersweetEnding: Part I, though heavy on the bitter side. [[spoiler: Ashley is defeated [[YouHaveFailedMe and subsequently executed by the Inner Circle]], but Shizuko is dead and Aya has abandoned much of her former life to pursue her rebellion. Fortunately, she has other magical girls by her side, so she won't be alone. Unfortunately, that does not include Shizuko...]]

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* AmbiguouslyEvil: The [=AMF=]'s reasons for hunting magic users is unknown, thought Livarre states it varies from person to person. He states he's just a combination of all of them.
* BittersweetEnding: Part I, though heavy on the bitter side. [[spoiler: Ashley is defeated [[YouHaveFailedMe and subsequently executed by the Inner Circle]], but Shizuko is dead and Aya has abandoned much of her former life to pursue her rebellion. Fortunately, she has other magical girls by her side, so she won't be alone. Unfortunately, that does not include Shizuko...]]



* TheBully: Ashley Haylon, who makes Aya's life a living hell all [[FortheEvulz for no reason]] and that her belief [[TheScapegoat that the world always needs someone weak to pick on]].

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* TheBully: Ashley Haylon, who makes Aya's life a living hell all [[FortheEvulz for no reason]] and that her belief other than believing [[TheScapegoat that the world always needs someone weak to pick on]].



* DarkMagicalGirl: Destroyers. According to Max, they are created when a girl has for selfish or destructive desires rather than the kind, pure ones magical girls usually have upon their first transformation. Their lack of moral codes and restraints that damage the typical image of magical girls are what gives them their name.

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* DarkMagicalGirl: Destroyers. According to Max, they are created when this is the result of a girl has using a Crystal for the first time with a selfish or destructive desires desire rather than the kind, pure ones magical girls usually have upon their first transformation. girls. Their lack of moral codes and restraints that damage conflicting with the typical image of magical girls are what gives them their name.



* MagicalGirl: Reconstructed. Every girl has been seen suffering harsh lives before they ended up as magical girls. Yes, the job isn't easy, but it's better than any other alternative in the modern world. And

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* MagicalGirl: Reconstructed. Every girl has been seen suffering harsh lives before they ended up as magical girls. Yes, the job isn't easy, but it's better than any other alternative in the modern world. And


* TheBully: Ashley Haylon, who makes Aya's life a living hell all [[FortheEvulz for no reason]] and that her belief [[TheScapegoat that world always needs someone weak to pick on]].

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* TheBully: Ashley Haylon, who makes Aya's life a living hell all [[FortheEvulz for no reason]] and that her belief [[TheScapegoat that the world always needs someone weak to pick on]].

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* AmbiguouslyEvil: The [=AMF=]'s reasons for hunting magic users is unknown, thought Livarre states it varies from person to person. He states he's just a combination of all of them.


-> "We're supposed to be about justice and turning nightmares into dreams. If it isn't us, then who will?"

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-> "We're ''"We're supposed to be about justice and turning nightmares into dreams. If it isn't us, then who will?"will?"''


--> "We're supposed to be about justice and turning nightmares into dreams. If it isn't us, then who will?"
---> '''Aya "Masa" Masayoshi''', explaining the {{Reconstruction}} of the MagicalGirl genre.

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--> -> "We're supposed to be about justice and turning nightmares into dreams. If it isn't us, then who will?"
---> --> '''Aya "Masa" Masayoshi''', explaining the {{Reconstruction}} of the MagicalGirl genre.

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--> "We're supposed to be about justice and turning nightmares into dreams. If it isn't us, then who will?"
---> '''Aya "Masa" Masayoshi''', explaining the {{Reconstruction}} of the MagicalGirl genre.

''Universal Lady Justice Aya'' is an ongoing project that originated in 2013, written by "Mister Drake".

Aya's life has it rough, whether it's dealing with bullies at her school or having quarrels with her mother, her life never seems to change for the better. The only friend she can rely on her pet falcon, Athena, which she can barely see for a few minutes. That is pretty much the rope line of Aya's sanity and for of AWorldHalfFull from any WideEyedIdealist.

Then, two unexpected things happened in her life.

First, on the verge of Aya's mental breakdown, she finds a small crystal that glows whenever she feels negative emotion. Then, after escaping from her bullies again, she comes across young {{Ninja}} pursued by ugly thugs and MechaMooks. Out of instinct, Aya dives in to help and the incident results in her becoming a MagicalGirl.

Aya's heroic deeds do bring some new troubles right at her door. Now that she's a magical girl, she is a target of the Anti-Magic Faction, a secret society that controls the world over the dedication to hunting magic users. But that does not stop her from withdrawing. What matters is that she has power, and she's willing to make the most of it.

''Universal Lady Justice Aya'' is divided into five parts, with Part I released in March 2016. However, due to CreatorBacklash and an answer to the divided fanbase, the author plans to convert the niche scriptwriting style into a LightNovel series. Due to his intent on shift to Part IV as well, when the new books would come is yet to be determined.

!! Tropes found in the series:
* AbusiveParents: Aya's mother, Suzume, fares better than the likes of [[Franchise/LyricalNanoha Precia]], but she's isn't a nice woman either. Aya knows she used to be better. [[spoiler: Perhaps her role as a magical girl also played a part in this.]]
** [[spoiler: Shizuko's parents are even worse, who [[ParentalAbandonment outright threw her out on the street]] just because she became a magical girl]].
* AntiMagicalFaction: Almost word for word, the series' BigBad.
* BittersweetEnding: Part I, though heavy on the bitter side. [[spoiler: Ashley is defeated [[YouHaveFailedMe and subsequently executed by the Inner Circle]], but Shizuko is dead and Aya has abandoned much of her former life to pursue her rebellion. Fortunately, she has other magical girls by her side, so she won't be alone. Unfortunately, that does not include Shizuko...]]
* BondVillainStupidity: Subverted, see ObfuscatingStupidity below.
* TheBully: Ashley Haylon, who makes Aya's life a living hell all [[FortheEvulz for no reason]] and that her belief [[TheScapegoat that world always needs someone weak to pick on]].
* CallingYourAttacks: Maxine utilizes this trope to save time on casting the complicated spells she draws.
** Invoked by Lia when she does a CombinationAttack with Ria.
* CrapsackWorld: The city of Arahi. Gangs rule the streets at night, Aya's current life is just at the poverty line, bullies basically own Aya's school, and it's probably even worse.
* DarkMagicalGirl: Destroyers. According to Max, they are created when a girl has for selfish or destructive desires rather than the kind, pure ones magical girls usually have upon their first transformation. Their lack of moral codes and restraints that damage the typical image of magical girls are what gives them their name.
* DiedHappilyEverAfter: [[spoiler: Shizuko, after Aya promises that she'll make a haven where magical girls didn't to live in hear of being hunted.]]
* DiscOneFinalBoss: [[spoiler:Ashley Haylon, in a helicopter no less]].
* {{Expy}}: The Shuriken drones are basically the [=AMF=]'s version of the [[VideoGame/HalfLife2 Manhacks]].
* FairCop: Detective Finch. He's the owner of Aya's apartment and gets along well with the girl. [[spoiler: Even when the [=AMF=] destroy the building, he holds no contempt against her and it's suspected at the end of Part I that's he's personally investigating the organization.]]
* FraternalTwins: The white-haired, blue-eyed Lia and the black-haired, red-eyed Ria.
* HeroesPreferSwords: Aya is the main heroine, and her main weapon is a sword.
* HeroicLineage: [[spoiler: Aya's mother is speculated to be a magical girl. And not just any magical girl either]].
* LaResistance: Who would have expected magical girls to be the base of this trope?
* MagicalGirl: Reconstructed. Every girl has been seen suffering harsh lives before they ended up as magical girls. Yes, the job isn't easy, but it's better than any other alternative in the modern world. And
** This also plays an interesting take on the genre. Rather than being part of an almighty force that deals with the typical MonsterOfTheWeek, they fight in a resistance force against the antagonistic faction that's trying to kill them all.
* MechaMooks: The AMF commonly deploys them. Usually, they are CannonFodder and are used to either take out weak girls or gather data for the stronger ones.
* ObfuscatingStupidity: [[spoiler: Livarre]]. In the first battle against the girls, he plays out like a typical Bond villain. In the next few fights, however, he shows to be far more competent and would have won if it weren't for unexpected circumstances.
* PowerCopying: [[spoiler: One of Aya's special abilities.]]
* Reconstruction: Of the MagicalGirl genre, as intended by the author. It's basically taking the flaws of magical girls shown in ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'' to heart and outright firing it back. Aya goes her way to share this belief.
--> "All this time, I wanted to fight my way through this hell, but I could never find the courage and power to. It's because of this cry...Because of these powers, I knew that I had a chance. Even with whatever risks it pulled, I would've taken it if it gave me the power to change. The power to fight, or have a chance to fight. That's what satisfies me."
* RockBeatsLaser: The standard battle between a MagicalGirl resistance and an advanced AntiMagicalFaction. Granted, their former's weapons are made of completely magic-based materials, which gives them a fighting a chance against the latter's far more powerful weaponry.
* TransformationTrinket: The Hope Crystals. A very unique type since magical girls don't need one specific Crystal to transform, so one could borrow from another if their powers seemed fit for battle.
* WhereDoesHeGetAllThoseWonderfulToys: [[spoiler: Ashley Haylon getting a four ducted-fan aircraft.]] Perhaps being affiliated with the [=AMF=] is a factor.

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