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Uta no Prince-sama is a Japanese visual novel series published by Broccoli. It is a popular In the end, right at the graduation, two students are to be teamed up by the choice, Release date: March 12, Theme Song: マリアージュ ( Marriage) Titled Uta no Prince-sama Maji LOVE % (うたの☆プリンスさまっ ♪. In episode 8, Otoya confesses that he loves Haruka 's music, and is going to request her as his partner for the graduation audition. In the end, he is in the group. The chances of Uta no Prince-sama not ending up anime-fied were always zero. Maji Love % (), Maji Love % (), Maji Love Revolutions How does anyone keep track of so many character relationships?.
Spell My Name with an "S": In general, he consistently has the longest boots or socks compared to the other guys in idol gear. In the first game, he is forced to work as a "female" model for a while, with huge success. In the first game, he has a weak heart. His route is about trying to live with this condition but after he becomes an idol it becomes to much for him and collapses. In the end, he goes to America to have surgery. With the wrong parts.
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Everything else is there. This is caused by his Heart Trauma. Sometimes is this, especially around Natsuki and Haruka in the games.
Gets forced into cross-dressing in the game and anime by Natsuki, he's not pleased with it, or the fact that he makes a convincing girl.
Tropes applying to the anime Adaptation Dye-Job: Is fully blonde in the games, but has pink streaks or at least, the coloring makes it look like such in the anime. His heart condition and the fact he has an identical twin brother.
Though his brother is mentioned in both the Christmas Special and episode 5 of season 3. In the first season of the anime Natsuki stuffs him in a dress in episode 5 to make him try out for a part as his hero's little sister in a movie. When he faces Yamato in the final course of Muscle Fight which is a boxing match, despite getting brutally beaten many times by Yamato, he continues to get back up.
In episode 5, Syo tells Nanami that she can call him "Syo", as she's been referring to him as "Kurusu-kun", she immediately starts calling him "Syo-kun", he himself refers to everyone by their first name.
He explains in his episode of the first season that he was a "weak child" growing up, much like Nanami. In the first three seasons, Syo's arms are thin and undefined, however, he's deceivingly strong, come episode 4 of season 4, his biceps have become much more defined -as evident as Yamato's- and he's able to bench press a lot of weight.
In Season 1, Syo had the most unique style of dress when it came to the Saotome uniform; instead of dress shoes, he wore black combat boots, rolled up his pants to around his knees to rest above his boots, wore a cream-colored sweatshirt instead of a blazer, and wore a fedora at all times in school. Tropes related to Shining Live can be found here.
- Maji LOVE 1000% (song)
- Nanami Haruka/Relationships
- ST☆RISH in general
Uta no Prince-sama provides examples of: The first season greatly condenses elements from Tokiya, Otoya, Masato and Natsuki's routes, while ignoring Sho, Ren and Cecil's routes altogether, introducing new conflicts for them instead of the ones shown in-game.
The second season's only relationships with Debut is the introduction of the senpais and Cecil to the main cast, as well as giving a few nods to All Star Ranmaru's Dark and Troubled Past and Ai's progressive development of feelings. Revolutions's relationship with All Star goes no further than giving the senpais central episodes and slight references to their in-game routes.
Several side characters from the boys' routes: Kaoru, Syo's twin brother only mentioned and shown in a flashback ; Mai and Jii, Masato's younger sister and butler; the list goes on As of the fourth season, Jii has gotten a couple cameos.
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Tokiya and the children at the hospital sing this. Battle of the Bands: The seniors in the last episode of the first season. The Silk Queen from Camus' route gets a cameo as a statue in the fourth season.
The second season's opening concert has the boys stroking each others' chests, shaking their derrieres at the camera, and pelvic-thrusting. Friend to All Children: As seen in episode 3, Haruka.
Also Tokiya, as seen in episode 8; and Otoya in the second season episode 5. Reiji also deals well with kids when he's visiting a daycare with his underclassmen in Revolutions's episode 2. Each episode is named after the insert song featured in it after the word Op.
Exceptions are episodes 9 and 10 in the first season and episode 9 of the second. Once every episode, if not more. More often than not, performing said song is the climax of the episode.
The first season of the anime was simulcasted on the English version of Nico Nico Dougawhich displays the video's comments while it is playing. Guess what most of the viewers decided to do. Thankfully this issue is solved during the 4th season. That being said, Natsuki as Satsuki is a wild child and more than enough for six people to handle. In Revolutions's episode 2, while they take a stroll through town, Ren and Masato taste takoyaki octopus dumplings, a popular and simple dish in Japan for the first time, being shocked by its good taste.
To Ranmaru's surprise, they didn't even know it existed.