Shichika from Katanagatari spent his entire life training under his father to master Kyotoryuu on a deserted island. At the start of the series he has absolutely no knowledge of the outside world and can’t even pick up the differences between other people. This seems to have been intentional on his father’s part; a Kyotoryuu master is supposed to be a sword (not a swordsman) with no will of his own that someone else wields. Most of Shichika’s Character Development has him realizing that he is still a human and has a will of his own. Another side effect of Shichika’s training is that he is completely unable to wield swords. This becomes an issue in episode 9 since the owner of that episode’s Deviant blade is a kendo master who refuses to duel Shichika unless he is also armed and armored. At the last episodes, we discover that this trope is exaggerated: Shichika was the last product of an Ancient Conspiracy, the Kyotouryuu, the No Sword School, that wants to create the perfect swordman (a man so powerful that don’t need swords anymore), and he is the seventh generation of a school that had made the practicing of this martial art the principal motive of their lives. That means that Shichika is the last generation of five guys, each of them who were educated by a father who Sacrificed Basic Skill for Awesome Training, meaning each generation had more and more No Social Skills.
Shorter Means Smarter: Misono and Hugh are the shortest members of the main cast and also the smartest. Significant Birth Date: Both halves of the Lust Pair are born on holidays associated with love Valentine’s Day and White Day, respectively. Spell My Name with an “S”: Misono’s last name. Arisuin? Alisuin? Alicein? According to the official translation, it’s the last one. The latter depends on the country as in the German and French translation it’s Alisuin. Tsubaki’s best friend. According to official sources, he’s called Berukia, but Funimation calls him Belkia, the German translation calls him Belukia, and he’s sometimes also spelled Berkia. The Stoic: Nothing ever unsettles Tetsu. When asked about his dislikes in his character sheet, it even states that he can’t think of any. Super Empowering: All Servamps possess the ability to create other vampires the subclass. Super Strength: Tetsu. It’s never explicitly stated, but no normal human should be able to throw a coffin with Mahiru and Kuro on top on the roof of Misono’s Big Fancy House. Taking the Bullet: A non lethal example in the anime. Sakuya jumps in front of Mahiru to protect the latter from a blade Tsubaki sent his way, severely injuring himself in the process but not dying thanks to Tsubaki healing him. Tokyo Is the Center of the Universe: At one point Mahiru wonders why all the Servamps are turning up in his neighborhood, seeing as they probably come from different parts of the world. It’s hinted that this is no coincidence. Tsundere: Misono. He gets better. Undying Loyalty: Mahiru to his friends. Also Tsubaki’s subclass to Tsubaki. Vitriolic Best Buds: Mahiru and Kuro care about each other a lot. Doesn’t keep them from bickering nearly all the time. Weakened by the Light: Downplayed; the Servamps are only affected by direct sunlight http://produkdaurulangbogor.com/the-girl-uses-hell-link-to-send-the-stalker-to-hell/, and even then they only transform into animals. For their subclass, however, sunlight is one out of two possible ways to die. Yandere: According to Word of God, Sakuya is this. You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Many characters (including humans) have blue, purple, green or pink hair. Nobody seems to mind. You Watch Too Much X: Happens in the first fight against Berukia. Mahiru: Take him down.
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