MI and MII are the stages of meiosis, while the blue and pink circles are male and female cells respectively, and the blue and pink bars are Y- and X-chromosomes respectively. The purple cell has 2 Y-chromosomes and 1 X-chromosome due to fusing with a male cell with 2 Y-chromosomes, which was due to division problems in MII of the male.
A Handful for an Eye: Josak does this a lot.
Yuuri and Gwendal are forced to spend an episode in the first season handcuffed together. They're mistaken for an eloping couple, and asked to say a few words of encouragement at a wedding.
The garbled speech Yuuri makes has a Crowning Moment of Heartwarming comeback in the third season when he performs a real marriage ceremony for the bride of the previous forced wedding and her real chosen groom. They introduce this slightly before the actual knitting, so he does some really weird twitching there.
In the first episode, a purple-haired girl gives Yuuri some water to drink. She also has a cameo in the opening credits. We find out much later that she's actually a priestess and the one responsible for activating Yuuri's powers.
Yuuri's ability to play baseball, along with Conrad's ability to throw. Shinou's plan to destroy Soushu involved controlling every major action of the entire Mazoku race for four thousand years. Does this count as an Ancient Conspiracy? Wolfram's proposal to Elizabeth was also this.
A Child Shall Lead Them: Yuuri is only 15 at the beginning of the series yet is crowned the Ruler of a country. The third season reveals that King Saralegui was also crowned at age Gwendal all but ignores Yuri upon his arrival at the castle and Wolfram is outright hostile.
Despite the fact that everyone else seems pretty happy about Yuri's coronation, these are two of the people who will play a major role in his Demon Kingdom life, so he still has to win them over.
This series is really fond of this trope. The most obvious example are the main characters' uniforms: Yuuri is black, Conrad is brown, Wolfram is blue, Gwendal is green and Gunter is purple.
Although the colors don't match up with their personalities in any obvious way, so it's more like Limited Wardrobe Color Range. Close-Call Haircut Clothing Damage: Conrad and Wolfram humiliate a group of thieves by shredding their clothes.
Wolfram at least twice not counting his sleepwearand Yuuri at least three times and his early childhood. Shinmakoku crossdressing beauty pageant in the video game, in which every one of the main characters is forced to participate.
Wolfram's skirt is very short. Moreso in the novels, where Yuuri's internal monologue at one point mentions that his mother enjoyed The Ring so much that she proceeded to watch Lord of the Rings under the impression that they were related, among many, many other examples.
Even in the anime, Yuuri calls Adalbert a 'football player looking guy' in the original Japanese. Dark Is Not Evil: It applies to most of the Demon Kingdom. There are good people and bad people, but most of the "dark" characters are good and want to do the right thing.
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