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Any opposition to a couple references to Ruroni Kenshin being added under Anime/Manga?
Megumi and Kaoru compete for Kenshin's attention (until Megumi seems to move on to Sanosuke. Even then she intentionally antagonizes Kaoru by faux fawning over Kenshin).
And while it is quickly resolved and one of the three involved never know there's a conflict, Shura finds herself falling for Kenshin knowing (or assuming) that he's in a relationship with Kaoru.
What's the name of the trope when A loves B, but B is an idiot who more or less is inmature about... well, everything, and ends up hurting his significant other.
Then C is the friend of A and wants to help her, but ends up hating C for being a colossal dick. Plot twist: C is not in love, he's kind of attracted to A, but doesn't know if it's love or not, for him it's a strong friendship.
And a lot of mutual friends of A and C ship them together?
You'll have to look for the chart of Triang Relations to see where your case (sorry, the case of A, B and C =P) fits the most. Love Triangle focuses for the most part in A and B struggling for the love of C at the same frame or period (with possible variations regarding how C feels towards A and B respectively).
"Shredder dopes three of the Turtles with a pizza laced with a love potion (Donatello demurs, because he's driving)"
Demurs because Mikey has ordered his usual insane topping combo. If I remember right, marshmallows, anchovies and hot fudge were involved.
On the Macross Frontier example, Word of God was called. Can we have a source for that?
With regard to Frontier, Citation Needed applies to any claims of Word of God, due to the God Never Said That fiasco.
What are the different types?
What if one person is in love with another person who's in love with himself/herself?
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