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Hint 1: "The improbable choreography has been going on for a while..."
Now, it's been a while since I wathced this anime, so I don't remember it as well as I apparently should. Anyway, these answer are not going to be very relevant:
Is a character ever seen using email?
Does any character ever smoke a cigarette or cigar?
I'm pretty sure that the answers are "no, no, yes" but since I don't remember every episode, I could be mistaken. But as I said, none of these is ever important to the plot, that I recall. I'm not counting these in the final hint tally 'cause my answers aren't very good.
So, total number of hints: 36.
edited 8th Jun '12 2:47:57 AM by BestOf
Is the anime set in Japan?
Does the anime feature middle-school aged girls?
No, yes, yes.
Did anime started air before 2000?
In even year?
edited 8th Jun '12 7:51:25 AM by Tenzen12
In an even year?
Did the anime start in:
In the spring season?
Is song "Love Tropicana Final"?
"Love Tropicana Deluxe"?
(Both from Hare Guu)
Is a character super-deformed while dancing?
Is the main character human?
Is the main character a high school student?
The song is Love Tropicana Final. You win!
Including the correct guess, there were 43 questions/answers.
I'm supposed to post a video of the song, right? I can't find the OP on You Tube, so I'll just have to give you this long version without the opening credits sequence:
edited 9th Jun '12 3:20:23 AM by BestOf
Hare Nochi Guu more slice-of-life than fantasy? I object. If it was Potemayo, I could understand, but does Guu's world look like anything other than fantasy to you?
Oh, well, I'm not going to complain too much, as it should have been obvious with those hints (I assume the ojou is that blonde girl from the first couple of episodes of that OVA? Or young Weda?)
edited 9th Jun '12 3:30:42 AM by flygon250
Young Weda, I would think. And I've seen so many definitions of Fantasy that I don't know what should qualify. Is it enough that it has supernatural elements? I dunno...
Anyway, it's clearly a Slice of Life work for the most part.
edited 9th Jun '12 3:53:57 AM by BestOf
I would say that any work which is set in a world which has native wildlife not found on our Earth (In other words, Pokute) qualifies as fantasy. Anything else is supernatual/contemporary fantasy.(as Ani DB likes to call it)
edited 9th Jun '12 4:04:08 AM by flygon250
You're right, I should've classified it as fantasy.
Special rule: One question per troper regarding to date of airing
Hint: Singer that also sang this, realy Love Anime Songs.
edited 9th Jun '12 1:58:42 PM by Tenzen12
Is the studio that produced it listed on the Names to Know in Anime page?
Is it an adaptation?
Is it fantasy?
Is the singer female?
Is the singer Japanese?
Is it the OP?
Is the studio that produced it listed on the Names to Know in Anime page? - no
Is it an adaptation? - yes
Is it fantasy? -yes
Is the singer female? - yes
Is the singer Japanese? - Either original singer or singer mentioned in hint isn't .
Is it the OP? - yes
edited 9th Jun '12 10:23:52 AM by Tenzen12
Is it Fellows?
Is the anime a mecha anime?
Is the song sung by a (current or former) member of JAM Project?
edited 9th Jun '12 9:22:35 AM by Pyrite
You skipped flygon's questions.
Does it take place on Earth?
Is it an adaptation of a manga? Light Novel?
Is it Fellows? - no
Is the anime a mecha anime? - no
Is the song sung by a (current or former) member of JAM Project? - no
Does it take place on Earth? - no
Is it an adaptation of a manga? Light Novel? - no, no
Is it Krasno Solntse?
Is the song sung in Japanese?
Is the anime an adaptation of anything?
edited 9th Jun '12 12:17:19 PM by Kuroguma
Is it Krasno Solntse? - no
Is the song sung in Japanese? - at least part is in japanese
Is the anime an adaptation of anything? - as noted before it is adaptation
Is it Tank!? - no
Are the main characters a group of students? - no
Is the anime an "old-school" one? - yes
Is it an adaptation of a:
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