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Tropes which appear in The Forbidden Love of Yukari Yakumo, the sixth story in the Touhou Doujin: Dawitsu's Folly fanfic series.

Note that YMMV tropes should go on the YMMV page for the series.


  • Accidental Misnaming: Jean is repeatedly referred to as 'Michel' in the author's notes, and Jean will often bring up (in the Typist's Notes) that his name is Jean.
  • Actual Pacifist: Yutaka shows her pacifistic tendencies in all their glory by saying in a review that she'd rather die than kill someone.
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  • A-Cup Angst: One of Evil!Yutaka's closest things to a motivation for wanting to kill Yukari includes her having larger breasts than her. Really. Also, Real!Yutaka mentions she once tried to take blessed thistle to... help her lactate, and Dawitsu says she's cute just the way she is. Clearly whenever it was she wanted to take it was before an attitude change, as she's certainly not that way now.
  • All Men Are Perverts: Yutaka declares as such in response to Dawitsu's comment featured under Legal Jailbait.
  • Alone with the Psycho: Idiot!Yukari in Rapist!Satori's house...
  • Altar the Speed: Yukari and Dawitsu decide to get married beyond quickly...
  • Ambiguously Jewish: How on earth did Tokage know about Mazel Tov? And why would she insert it into a Shinto wedding ceremony?
  • A Mind Is a Terrible Thing to Read: Koishi Komeiji mentions in a review that she's glad Satori will never meet Tokage on the basis that she wouldn't want Satori to go insane from her thoughts.
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  • Anatomically Impossible Sex: While not anatomically impossible, it's ungodly stupid that in the build-up to Chapter fourteen's (fortunately censored out) sex scene, Idiot!Yukari comes to her petit mort (french slang for orgasm) before they begin sex. It's like something out of Fifty Shades of Grey... before it became a best-seller!
  • And Now For Something Completely Different: This book is obviously the Author's attempt to try and write a My Immortal-style Bad Fic rather than his usual stories.
  • Apathetic Citizens: The Animal Youkai of Mayohiga apparently don't care when a crying Idiot!Yukari is carrying a bloodied, dying Sexy!Dawitsu with the exception of Self-Insert Hachuurui..
  • Attention Deficit... Ooh, Shiny!: The typists, be it Momiji or Jean, both like to interrupt the story and address the reader directly to discuss the badness of the story, or in one case, to ramble about Bavarian Cream and Belgian Waffles. Also, the reviewers end up using the review section as a discussion board rather than a review section towards the end.
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  • Author Appeal: The repeated motif involving what seems to be a 'bandage fetish' of Tokage's, although it's implied she acquired it from Sakuya, who did it with Dawitsu during their term as Friends with Benefits. Dawitsu claims he went along with her fetish to make her happy...
  • Back from the Dead: Hachuurui. Though it's to be expected.
  • Bat Deduction: How Sexy!Dawitsu and Idiot!Yukari conclude that Evil!Yutaka has become a Shinigami.
  • Bilingual Bonus: The entirety of Jean's rant in the chapter twelve Typist's Notes...
  • Bishie Sparkle: Sexy!Dawitsu has it.
  • Bishōnen: Dawitsu, inexplicably.
  • Blah Blah Blah: Momiji loses the will to continue typing up Tokage's vapid ramblings about how much she loves her own sex scenes and replaces subsequent words with 'blah blah blah blah blah blah blah...'
  • Blatant Lies: Tokage claims the people she's warped beyond recognition have consented to be part of the book and that she has proof. She doesn't care to mention what kind of proof. Also, she claims the reviewers from the outside world said nice things about her. Try to find one...
  • Blood Magic: A particularly pathetic example in what's supposed to be the climax of the book.
  • Blue and Orange Morality: Yuuka seems to be an example: she has no qualms about horribly torturing people, but she makes very clear that to her, "flowers are the only good thing in this world".
    • Also, Tokage herself.
  • Blunt Metaphors Trauma: Subverted. Jean Franc successfully makes an English Pun; 'Yes, I am still Jean Franc, and I shall, ha ha, be frank!'
    • Of course, that pun is perfectly translatable in French.
  • Call A Waterfall a 'Gushing Stream of Crystalline Shards of Interlacustrine Liquid': And there's far, far more where that came from...
  • Camp Straight: While not camp, the brief moments where Dawitsu isn't a dying Distressed Dude make him seem at the very least feminine, what with his inexplicable love to grow sunflowers.
  • Captain Obvious: Yukari deliberately invokes this trope to insult Tokage's intelligence, explaining that she was being sarcastic in case her 'tiny author mind is incapable of comprehending sarcasm'.
  • Cherry Blossoms: All beings killed by Evil Shinigami!Yutaka become a ghostly apparition than dissolves into Cherry Blossoms.
  • Chickification: Yukari is seriously chickified. She's supposed to be the heroine, but she usually just walks around being vulnerable and fainting from what are, in Gensokyo (and Real Life) terms, are extremely trivial.
  • Chick Magnet: Reisen inexplicably wants to do Sexy!Dawitsu, as does Sexually Frustrated!Ran, Jewish Priest!Sanae and even Hachuurui.
  • Costume Porn: Good lord is there a lot of this.
  • Covert Pervert: Ran muses that she wouldn't mind seeing Dawitsu in a wet shirt in one of her reviews...
  • Deadpan Snarker: Hebiko and Momiji are certainly this in reviews/Typist's notes..
  • Department of Redundancy Department: Many, many times during Tokage's Purple Prose. Example from the first line; 'Yukari Yakumo walked through the streets of Mayohiga at late night, gazing at the fireflies in amazement as they flew through the town like a synchronised light show composed of liquid tears.' When have tears been solid?
  • Disproportionate Retribution: Yuuka is the only reviewer who actually harms Tokage (though we see only the aftermath), despite not even being mentioned in the novel, simply because Tokage made an inaccurate use of flower metaphors.
  • Dissimile: So, so much, unintentionally of Tokage's part.
  • Distressed Dude: Surprisingly, considering how low Tokage's opinion seems to be of her own gender, this is played straight in that Evil!Yutaka critically injures Sexy!Dawitsu, leaving Yukari to have to save his life by finding five MacGuffins.
  • Double Entendre: Ran walks in on Dawitsu and Yukari about to have al fresco sex in a Sunflower field... and Dawitsu explains that they were 'sowing seeds together'...
  • Double Standard: Abuse, Female on Male: Surprisingly considering it's a Parody, it's averted, and when Evil!Yutaka is being unrealistically cruel to Sexy!Dawitsu, the narrative treats this as an abhorrent, traumatizing thing. Maybe Tokage has got some human/youkai insight after all...
  • Driven to Suicide: Momiji attempts to get herself killed by the human villagers to get out of typing up Tokage's work...
  • Dude, He's Like, In A Coma!: Idiot!Yukari can't stop herself from ravishing Sexy!Dawitsu even when he's dying from a scythe wound. Even Hachuurui swoons over the incapacitated Bishōnen.
  • Elegant Gothic Lolita: Yutaka is one in this, minus the 'Elegant' and replaced with 'Psychotic'.
  • Emotions vs. Stoicism: Tokage seems to consider emotions, including libido and love, to be entirely good, and describes logic as 'vulgar' and 'spiteful' in chapter 2.
  • Enemy Mine: Dawitsu and Yukari unite in their hatred of this book... perhaps there really was a 'Forbidden Love' between them after all...
  • Even Evil Has Standards: Yuuka claims that although she's usually a fan of undiluted evil, this book is going too far... but subverts on this as the reason she hates it is it incorrectly uses flower metaphors.
  • Even the Girls Want Her: Idiot!Yukari nearly gets sexually assaulted by Rapist!Aya, and Rapist!Satori.
  • Evil Is Hammy: Evil!Yutaka certainly is this.
  • Exposition Fairy: Hachuurui.
  • Fangirl: Tokage's fangirling over Dawitsu in chapter five's author's notes are enough to warrant pity... it's quite clear her obsession with him is boundless, yet Hebiko is treated as the better person by Dawitsu on account that... she is a legitimate person, and doesn't try anywhere near as hard...
  • Fanservice: So much it hurts.
  • Female Gaze: Actually okay!Sanae stares at Sexy!Dawitsu's crotch in her first appearance in the book.
  • Fish out of Water: In the Chapter twelve reviews, Satori gets genuinely frightened when speaking with Dawitsu over a mobile phone, as she cannot read his mind with ease, something she usually takes for granted.
  • Finger-Lickin' Evil: Evil!Yutaka has lethal fingernails.
  • Flaming Hair: Evil!Yutaka seems to have this, although it could also be a badly-written metaphor. The reviewers and possibly the writer aren't sure...
  • Flashback: At the most inappropriate of times, usually, Idiot!Yukari will take to fantasizing and remembering her time spent with Sexy!Dawitsu.
  • Freudian Slip: Idiot!Yukari and Sexy!Dawitsu call Hachuurui 'Tokage' at one point.
  • Fusion Dance: Yuyuko with Yukari.
  • Gecko Ending: The ending, not to give anything away, is ridiculously rushed-looking, as Hebiko points out.
  • Goal in Life: Tokage says in her foreword she has always wanted to be an author, which makes it all the more tragic that she sucks so hard at it when Hebiko, who states in her foreword that she only started to stick it to Tokage, does it so much better.
  • Gossipy Hens: Sexually Frustrated!Ran, briefly.
  • Have I Mentioned I Am Gay?: Yutaka resorts to this, lampshading it in the process, to quote her first review: ' Um... I... I don't wear black Lolita outfits... uh... anyway, that's not the point, I'm not straight! I never thought I'd have to flaunt my homosexuality, I always thought it'd be a thing that, if anything, I'd have to hide... but... my goodness, this woman doesn't know me at all. She didn't even obtain our permission... and even if I was straight, I certainly wouldn't be desperate for sex...'
  • Head Desk: Dawitsu is mentioned to have (after finding out about the sex scenes) repeatedly hit his head against the wall until he passed out.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Subverted. Hachuurui dies, but comes back at the end.
  • Heroic Safe Mode: Despite being mostly a Played for Laughs romp against badfic, Tokage's final author's notes and the author's notes of chapter six make it clear that Tokage was genuinely traumatized by Yuuka's Disproportionate Retribution, and Hebiko genuinely pities Tokage for this despite having more than distaste for her writing. Perhaps a Take That! against people who send death threats to Stephanie Meyer?
  • Hitler Ate Sugar: Dawitsu feels bad for liking Muse Expy band 'Youmu and the Half-Ghosts' after finding out Tokage also likes them.
  • Hollywood Restraining Order: Reisen attempts to get one on both Yukari and Dawitsu for their remarks about her (Yukari claims she would share a double bed with her, and Dawitsu said he wouldn't turn her down in bed...)
  • Hope Spot: For Tokage, at least. Marisa shows signs of actually liking Tokage's book... before she finally falls out with Tokage and abandons her.
  • Horny Devils: Evil!Yutaka turns out to be a Succubus, as revealed by Exposition Fairy!Hachuurui.
  • Hypocritical Humor: Aya takes offence at being slandered in Tokage's story... really...
  • I Cannot Self-Terminate: Momiji's suicide attempt involves getting the human villagers mad enough to kill her, which implies she cannot do the job herself. Also, Yukari plays this for laughs, saying the true purpose of the book must be to get everyone in Gensokyo to hate Tokage enough to kill her, and thus, Tokage will commit a very elaborate suicide.
  • I Just Want to Be Loved: The final segment of the final chapter reeks of this on Tokage's part.
  • IKEA Erotica: Any segment of sex scene given seems like this... fortunately, it's mostly edited out thanks to the Typist suffering breakdowns and having typographical errors due to Mind Rape.
  • Indecisive Parody: Hebiko claims Tokage should market the book as a parody, regardless of the fact that when she wrote it, it was serious. Does Hebiko know the truth?
  • Informed Attractiveness: Used in platefuls with Hachuurui, a rather obvious joke seeing as she's a Self-Insert.
  • Jerkass: Evil!Yutaka, as well as most of the cast bar the heroes in-story, and arguably (but most likely) Tokage herself.
  • Kaleidoscope Eyes: Hachuurui has them.
  • Karma Houdini: How did Bishōnen!Dawitsu not get called out on cheating on Evil!Yutaka by anyone beside obvious villain Evil!Yutaka?
  • Kick the Dog: Tokage making Yutaka almost irredeemably evil, killing off both Ran and Hebiko, the latter in a gruesome way. Yuuka also does this via her Disproportionate Retribution.
  • Kick Them While They Are Down: One of Yuyuko's orders to Evil Shinigami!Yutaka is to reap the sould of an already critically injured Satori Komeiji.
  • Kick the Son of a Bitch: On Yuuka's second visit to Tokage, Jean is present, but decides not to help her for two reasons; One, there's no way he could take on Yuuka Kazami, and Two, He doesn't like Tokage, and would prefer to leave her to get tortured. Considering how much of a Nice Guy Jean is, that is harsh.
  • Lack of Empathy: Tokage doesn't seem to understand that killing off Yutaka in her story would upset her.
  • Large Ham: Tokage's depiction of the rather stoic Yutaka.
  • Laser-Guided Karma: In line with Protagonist-Centered Morality, anyone who dares defy Sexy!Dawitsu, Idiot!Yukari, or Omniscient!Hachuurui usually suffers a gruesome or unusual fate.
  • Legal Jailbait: Discussed by Dawitsu in chapter thirteen's reviews, claiming that he wouldn't mind seeing Yutaka as a bat-girl, provoking Jean to point out she looks like a teenager, and Dawitsu replies with 'What do you mean she looks like a teenager? She's one hundred and fifty nine! She's fair game!'
  • Loners Are Freaks: Satori is depicted as a rapist who wants to keep any unfortunate visitors as 'pets', a thinly veiled euphemism for sex slaves, and this apparently stems from being lonely, according to the narration.
  • MacGuffin: Five of them, all flowers with medicinal properties to save Sexy!Dawitsu's life, however, some of them are useful for the likes of helping women lactate.
  • Male Gaze: Although Tokage's female, she seems to emphasize Yukari's ample chest an awful lot. Seeing as she also uses Female Gaze, this could indicate that Tokage's a Depraved Bisexual.
  • Magic Mushroom: Tokage's author's notes in chapter one imply she uses hallucinogenic mushrooms as inspiration for her stories... explains a lot, actually... she even offers to sell her particular favorites to people under the name 'Tokage's Magic Mushrooms'.
  • Metafiction: Tokage addresses some of the reviewers which are OUT of universe as well as in-universe...
  • Mind Screw: Arguably the whole book, but this scene in particular 'Dawitsu put his hand over Yukari's mouth, and she licked the eternally beautiful phalanges of his palm as he did so, "Hush, my dear. If she could do that, she would have killed us already. She must have to do something first..."'... just... why?
  • Moment Killer: Sexually Frustrated!Ran in chapter 1.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: Said by Hebiko as she indirectly causes Yuuka to attack Tokage for a second time...
  • My God, You Are Serious: Sakuya spends her review laughing her head off, before clearly Momiji informs her that the book is serious. This revelation leaves her dumbfounded.
  • Naughty Nurse Outfit: Hachuurui's outfit is described as something similar to this.
  • Nice Guy: Jean takes over typing the book so that Momiji can recover from her mental scars... how self-sacrificing can one get?
  • Ninja Pirate Zombie Robot: Hachuurui is a doctor, nurse, and ANGEL OF FREAKING LOVE all at the same time.
  • No Indoor Voice: Evil!Yutaka is like this a la 'Dumblydore' from My Immortal.
  • "No. Just... No" Reaction: Jean's reaction to having to type up another sex scene, which is instead replaced with his reactions to what he was supposed to be typing up.
  • Note From Ed: In a strange pastiche of the Style of his usual books and the Grimoire of Dawitsu, the author has both 'Author's Notes' (by Tokage), and 'Typist's Notes' (by Momiji/Jean). There's also a 'review section' for the other characters to bitch about the story, with Dawitsu, Yutaka and Yukari being the biggest frequents.
  • Not Me This Time: Momiji proposes that Mima may be responsible for traumatizing Tokage beyond repair, but Mima insists it isn't her, confirmed by the true culprit whistling nonchalantly, as if to draw attention to her...
  • Now Buy the Merchandise: Tokage explicitly asks readers to buy her merch regularly in author's notes, which she apparently makes by hand... it's clear she was trying too hard...
  • Of Corsets Sexy: Evil!Yutaka gets one, and it certainly isn't hurting her...
  • Oh My Gods!: Played Straight for once, the trope actually named-dropped in a Typist's notes...
  • One-Winged Angel: Just when you think the story can't get more stupid, both Hachuurui and Evil!Yutaka reveal their most powerful forms...
  • Our Ghosts Are Different: Dead!Ran is type 2, and disappears shortly after warning the 'heroes' about Evil Shinigami!Yutaka.
  • Out-of-Character Moment: And these 'moments' happen to last the whole story...
  • Paper-Thin Disguise: Both Hebiko and Tokage use them to review their rivals' (and in Tokage's case, her own) fanfictions, but Hebiko eventually rises above it and simply reviews as herself.
  • Perfectly Cromulent Word: 'Portmantologism'
  • Petite Pride: It's revealed that Yutaka secretly is a little insecure about her chest, but she takes comfort in Dawitsu's mantra that 'flat-chested girls can be held closer to the heart'.
  • Pet the Dog: Jean gives the traumatized Tokage a hug despite her inverting this trope many a time.
  • Precision F-Strike: Evil!Yutaka quotes My Immortal in asking 'WHAT ARE YOU DOING YOU MOTHERFDJBSDKSNDK!'...the swearing being cut off by Momiji's reaction to the ridiculous statement. An obviously disguised Tokage also claims that subtext suggests Evil!Yutaka had a headache, a la My Immortal's author's notes.
  • Protagonist-Centered Morality: In heaps.
  • Psychopathic Manchild: Tokage is at times extremly immature on top of her delusions, especially when insulting Hebiko.
  • Punctuated! For! Emphasis!: Evil!Yutaka says this to Sexy!Dawitsu, 'Don't. You. Ever. Run. Around. With. Another. Woman. EVER!' for cheating on her.
  • Purple Prose: GOOD LORD yes.
  • Reality Is Unrealistic: Discussed in chapter seven's Author's Notes by Tokage, subverted in that her 'reality' is still fictional.
  • Rouge Angles of Satin: Tokage spells 'slender' 'slander' at one point, and a Typist's Note lampshades this, saying she kept it in because she didn't know whether she was trying to be symbolic or not (due to Tokage's concentrated effort to make Yutaka evil) Also, 'shots' instead of 'shoots' at the beginning of chapter 9...
  • Sarcasm Mode: Yukari reviews in it a lot.
  • Saving the World: Apparently Dawitsu and Yukari's love is crucial to the stability of the world or something. Hachuurui doesn't explain it all too well. However, a more immediate threat does show up... Evil!Yutaka's One-Winged Angel.
  • Screw the Rules, I'm Beautiful!: Zig-Zagged. One of the few reasons Tokage expects you to sympathize with Idiot!Yukari over Evil!Yutaka is because Yukari is more beautiful and well-endowed, however, two clearly demonized characters, namely Sexually Frustrated!Reisen and Rapist!Aya, are described as beautiful by Tokage, so it's not really played straight.
  • Self-Fanservice: Tokage obviously finds the mediocre-looking Dawitsu attractive, and lets out her desires by turning him into something ridiculously Bishōnen.
  • Self-Insert: Hachuurui Soto is quite obviously Tokage.
  • Sesquipedalian Loquaciousness: Lifts are now ' grey cuboids of transportation'. Not to mention the last chapter's name is 'Obviated Adulation Burgeoning Forth from the Mouth of Turbulence'. No, I don't think anyone knows what that means.
  • Schmuck Bait: Momiji being asked to type this up... she shouldn't have accepted. And Jean shouldn't have been willing to take over for Momiji.
  • Shinigami: Evil!Yutaka becomes one.
  • Ship Tease: Dawitsu and Hebiko. Yutaka approves. Ran does not.
  • Show Within a Show: The whole point of this is it's a fanfiction written by a fanfiction character...
  • Shout-Out: To both My Immortal and Forbiden Fruit: The Tempation of Edward Cullen, not to mention an entire dream sequence more or less ripped from Twilight: New Moon, as well as Star Wars. [DodgeBall: A True Underdog Story Dodgeball]] even gets a mention...
  • Spontaneous Human Combustion: How Rapist!Satori dies.
  • Stealth Pun: Yuyuko makes one in Chapter eight's reviews...
  • Stocking Filler: Evil!Yutaka wears fishnets.
  • Straw Character: Of a badfic writer. The more and more insight we get into Tokage's deranged mind, the more this seems to be the case.
  • Straw Fan: Youmu rejects Tokage as being a "true fan" of her band on the basis that she doesn't like fans who think her works are 'Gothic'...
  • Stripperiffic: Tokage seems to think everyone in Gensokyo dresses this way.
  • Sudden Downer Ending: Tokage's final author's notes indicates something of a Creator Breakdown, which explains the sudden ending...
  • Surprise Creepy: In the reviews for Chapter 6, Yuuka Kazami shows up and merrily shows us that in this universe she is indeed the Ultimate Sadistic Creature version by threatening Tokage. She wasn't making idle threats.
  • Take That!: Downplayed, it's more a harmless poking of the poodle. Emos seem to be treated as separate animals to humans, as Yukari remarks in one of her reviews about 'Emo Youkai'... at the very least, their Youkai evolution path is different to a human's... also, an in-universe example by Tokage to Hebiko, done both in narrative and by having an obvious caricature of Hebiko killed brutally. It's at this point Tokage comes close to Moral Event Horizon territory.
  • Talks Like a Simile: A ridiculous amount of similes are used throughout the book, usually not applying to the thing being described.
  • Tears of Blood: Hachuurui has them pre-death.
  • The Power of Love: It apparently renders you immune to mind control... and death.
  • The Reveal: Hacuurui is not really a doctor, but an angel of love, and Evil!Yutaka is a Succubus. Surprised?
  • This Is Wrong on So Many Levels: Ran says about how Tokage's implication that she'd use her superior scent to find Yukari's underwear is wrong, and then detracts that statement, saying 'Actually, that's all this book is... wrong, wrong, wrong...'
  • Title Drop: Tokage's Narration calls Dawitsu Yukari's 'Forbidden Lover' many times...
  • Troll Fic: Deliberately terrible? Yes. However, subverted in that it seems the writer couldn't bring himself to the lowest common denominator, and any truly awful scenes (like the many implied sex scenes) have been cut by terrible typographical errors where the typist supposedly couldn't handle whatever scene was originally written.
  • True Love's Kiss: Yes, she even pulls this trope on us...
  • Trust Me, I'm an X: No-one ever doubts Hachuurui because she's a doctor, even on topics that a doctor doesn't specialize in (like love). However, this may have a touch of Fridge Brilliance if you look carefully enough (despite the book's heinous nature) as Hachuurui turns out to be an angel of love.
  • Tsundere: Yukari, type A. She helps Dawitsu out, but makes sure people know it's due to their Enemy Mine... it's not because she likes him or anything...
  • Unusual Euphemism: A book full of them. Not always about sex, as well. A notable one towards the end describes Sexy!Dawitsu's nether regions as a glowing rod of power. Cue Dawitsu in the review section snarking about how he was just carrying a glow-stick, with nothing erotic really going on.
  • Walking Shirtless Scene: Sexy!Dawitsu takes his shirt off to think.
  • Waxing Lyrical: Done in violation of 'Show, Don't Tell', Tokage claims Yukari sang 'Love is our Resistance' by 'Youmu and the Half-Ghosts'... which in itself is a reference to Muse's 'Resistence', as well as acting as Continuity Porn to small details.
  • What Does He See In Her?: Tokage asks this about Dawitsu and Hebiko, but they're Just Friends really.
  • Why Don't You Just Shoot Him?: Surprisingly, justified and finally subverted. Evil Shinigami!Yutaka spends her time under Yuyuko's employment threatening to kill Yukari without actually doing so despite being able to on the basis that she has to harvest a certain amount of other souls before she can get to killing Dawitsu and Yukari. She eventually says "screw the rules", kills Yuyuko (even though she's a ghost), and decides on trying to kill Yukari anyway.
  • You Are Too Late: Hebiko tries to make Tokage stop writing before she insults someone genuinely dangerous and that person decides to attack her... but next chapter, just that happens, leading Hebiko to review with 'I'm... too late.'
  • You Keep Using That Word: Ethereal, Ephemeral, Ebony... all used to death in inappropriate circumstances.
  • You Were Trying Too Hard: Tokage tries so hard it's unfunny, unlike Hebiko, who puts in little effort with greater payoff.

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