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* AmericansHateTingle: A lot of the English speaking fandom seems to dislike Azusa. On the flip side, there are ''pages'' of fanart of him on pixiv.



** A lot of the English speaking fandom seems to dislike Azusa. On the flip side, there are ''pages'' of fanart of him on pixiv.


* DeaderThanDisco: In 2009/10 this was one of the biggest and most beloved otome game franchises. Now it's pretty much a deadhorse, despite Honeybee still releasing ports of the games on several platforms.

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* DeaderThanDisco: In 2009/10 this was one of the biggest and most beloved otome game franchises. Now it's pretty much a deadhorse, despite Honeybee still releasing ports of the games on several platforms.


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* JustHereForGodzilla: Since the quality of the writing varies from route to route, most people only play the games for hearing the seiyuu's voices.


* FanonDiscontinuity: There's no Starry Sky anime!



** A lot of the English speaking fandom seems to dislike Azusa. On the flip side, there are ''pages'' of fanart of him on pixiv.

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** A lot of the English speaking fandom seems to dislike Azusa. On the flip side, there are ''pages'' of fanart of him on pixiv.pixiv.
** The "In Spring" game is probably the least popular of them all.

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* HoYay: You'd have to be blind not to see it.
** "You saying my name sends shivers down my spine..."
** Tears of the Polestar Drama CD has heavy subtext as well, since the guys interact a lot with each other, and usually only with each other.
* LesYay: Koharu, Kotaru (Libra)'s sister, feeds Tsukiko in one of the drama [=CDs=] for Autumn. Yes, seriously.
** Homare's older twin sister, Amane, wanted to give her a sponge bath when she got sick while staying at their home... among other things.


* AndTheFandomRejoiced: April Fool's Day in 2010 saw rise to Tears of the Polestar: an elaborate joke put together by HoneyBee. The whole site was redone, talking about a movie called Tears of the Polestar, which was about about a thief named Spica who wants steal a rare jewel. She's stopped by a group called The Zodiac, so she gets together her own crew, in preparation to steal this jewel. Even the twitters were updated with "secret mission" talk and code names and other chatter. By April 2nd, it was all gone, much to the dismay of the fandom. Cut to a year later, HoneyBee reveals that Tears of the Polestar is really going to happen... just not as a movie. Instead, a new series of Drama [=CDs=] are being released with the same plot, though apparently the first disc will deal with putting together the movie. Ergo, not so much AU as the characters putting together a movie. Needless to say, there was much excitement.


* AndTheFandomRejoiced: April Fool's Day in 2010 saw rise to Tears of the Polestar: an elaborate joke put together by HoneyBee. The whole site was redone, talking about a movie called Tears of the Polestar, which was about about a thief named Spica who wants steal a rare jewel. She's stopped by a group called The Zodiac, so she gets together her own crew, in preparation to steal this jewel. Even the twitters were updated with "secret mission" talk and code names and other chatter. By April 2nd, it was all gone, much to the dismay of the fandom. Cut to a year later, HoneyBee reveals that Tears of the Polestar is really going to happen... just not as a movie. Instead, a new series of Drama [=CDs=] are being released with the same plot, though apparently the first disc will deal with putting together the movie. Ergo, not so much AU as the characters putting together a movie. Needless to say, there was much excitement.



** A lot of the English speaking fandom seems to dislike Azusa. On the flip side, there are ''pages'' of fanart of him on pixiv.
* AndTheFandomRejoiced: April Fool's Day in 2010 saw rise to Tears of the Polestar: an elaborate joke put together by HoneyBee. The whole site was redone, talking about a movie called Tears of the Polestar, which was about about a thief named Spica who wants steal a rare jewel. She's stopped by a group called The Zodiac, so she gets together her own crew, in preparation to steal this jewel. Even the twitters were updated with "secret mission" talk and code names and other chatter. By April 2nd, it was all gone, much to the dismay of the fandom. Cut to a year later, HoneyBee reveals that Tears of the Polestar is really going to happen... just not as a movie. Instead, a new series of Drama [=CDs=] are being released with the same plot, though apparently the first disc will deal with putting together the movie. Ergo, not so much AU as the characters putting together a movie. Needless to say, there was much excitement.

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** A lot of the English speaking fandom seems to dislike Azusa. On the flip side, there are ''pages'' of fanart of him on pixiv.
* AndTheFandomRejoiced: April Fool's Day in 2010 saw rise to Tears of the Polestar: an elaborate joke put together by HoneyBee. The whole site was redone, talking about a movie called Tears of the Polestar, which was about about a thief named Spica who wants steal a rare jewel. She's stopped by a group called The Zodiac, so she gets together her own crew, in preparation to steal this jewel. Even the twitters were updated with "secret mission" talk and code names and other chatter. By April 2nd, it was all gone, much to the dismay of the fandom. Cut to a year later, HoneyBee reveals that Tears of the Polestar is really going to happen... just not as a movie. Instead, a new series of Drama [=CDs=] are being released with the same plot, though apparently the first disc will deal with putting together the movie. Ergo, not so much AU as the characters putting together a movie. Needless to say, there was much excitement.
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* AndTheFandomRejoiced: April Fool's Day in 2010 saw rise to Tears of the Polestar: an elaborate joke put together by HoneyBee. The whole site was redone, talking about a movie called Tears of the Polestar, which was about about a thief named Spica who wants steal a rare jewel. She's stopped by a group called The Zodiac, so she gets together her own crew, in preparation to steal this jewel. Even the twitters were updated with "secret mission" talk and code names and other chatter. By April 2nd, it was all gone, much to the dismay of the fandom. Cut to a year later, HoneyBee reveals that Tears of the Polestar is really going to happen... just not as a movie. Instead, a new series of Drama CDs are being released with the same plot, though apparently the first disc will deal with putting together the movie. Ergo, not so much AU as the characters putting together a movie. Needless to say, there was much excitement.

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* AndTheFandomRejoiced: April Fool's Day in 2010 saw rise to Tears of the Polestar: an elaborate joke put together by HoneyBee. The whole site was redone, talking about a movie called Tears of the Polestar, which was about about a thief named Spica who wants steal a rare jewel. She's stopped by a group called The Zodiac, so she gets together her own crew, in preparation to steal this jewel. Even the twitters were updated with "secret mission" talk and code names and other chatter. By April 2nd, it was all gone, much to the dismay of the fandom. Cut to a year later, HoneyBee reveals that Tears of the Polestar is really going to happen... just not as a movie. Instead, a new series of Drama CDs [=CDs=] are being released with the same plot, though apparently the first disc will deal with putting together the movie. Ergo, not so much AU as the characters putting together a movie. Needless to say, there was much excitement.


* TheScrappy: For whatever reason, a ''lot'' of people don't like Yoh...

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* TheScrappy: For whatever reason, a ''lot'' of people don't like Yoh...Yoh...
** A lot of the English speaking fandom seems to dislike Azusa. On the flip side, there are ''pages'' of fanart of him on pixiv.
* AndTheFandomRejoiced: April Fool's Day in 2010 saw rise to Tears of the Polestar: an elaborate joke put together by HoneyBee. The whole site was redone, talking about a movie called Tears of the Polestar, which was about about a thief named Spica who wants steal a rare jewel. She's stopped by a group called The Zodiac, so she gets together her own crew, in preparation to steal this jewel. Even the twitters were updated with "secret mission" talk and code names and other chatter. By April 2nd, it was all gone, much to the dismay of the fandom. Cut to a year later, HoneyBee reveals that Tears of the Polestar is really going to happen... just not as a movie. Instead, a new series of Drama CDs are being released with the same plot, though apparently the first disc will deal with putting together the movie. Ergo, not so much AU as the characters putting together a movie. Needless to say, there was much excitement.

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