100 Laws of Anime

Background characters will repeatedly wonder how the main characters can break the laws of physics. Anime Cafe has a compiled list of these laws, with pseudo-scientific names for all of them. Since most of them correspond to the tropics on This Very Wiki, the list is reproduced here for your convenience. A longer list can be found here. All popular anime must have at least five episodes of fullness. The death of fake characters is a must for any popular anime. The laws of anime are a growing list of physical, universal, and natural phenomena that seem to appear in various forms in all kinds of anime. The original intention was to try to classify these incidents into a list of « laws » that explained how the physics of the anime differs from ours (real?) We hope you find them useful for studying anime, or at least worth a good laugh. Episode One (Cryo-Adaptability) – All anime characters withstand extremely cold temperatures and don`t have to wear heavy or warm clothes in the snow.

Second episode (Indecent invulnerability) – bikinis make the wearer invulnerable to any form of damage. Life in an anime world is dangerous, which has to do with those deadly wooden weapons and weapons that never run out of bullets. #48 – Law of Electric and Fuel Survival – If you get an electric shock or burn, YOU WILL SURVIVE!! Although your whole body is burned, your skin will have no trace of damage a few seconds later (also known as the « Pikachu effect »). First Conclusion – When a villain/alien/magic monster unleashes a flame, wind or ice attack, the resulting effect is only enough for the hero/heroine to stand in the « Walk Against the Wind » posture, have their eyes closed and emit a pathetic « Aaaaagh! », and yet they are never hurt. This may be due in part to Laws 32, 34 and sometimes 44. Law #24: t05.deviantart.net/RNJFY1qKhNkV9oizRzuGdraxDRc=/300×200/filters:fixed_height(100,100):origin()/pre07/e410/th/pre/f/2014/058/7/3/laws_of_anime__24_by_catsvrsdogscatswin-d788ukc.jpg #32- Follicular Permanence Law – The hair in the anime is quite indestructible and can withstand tons of weather conditions, energy emissions, physical abuse or explosive effects and always looks perfect. The only way to hurt someone`s hair is the same way you treat demons. with bladed weapons! #1 – Law of metaphysical irregularity – The normal laws of physics do not apply. Law #39: Http://orig11.deviantart.net/af7d/f/2014/069/b/a/laws_of_anime__39_by_catsvrsdogscatswin-d79n81y.jpg Law #47: Http://orig14.deviantart.net/347a/f/2014/083/8/3/laws_of_anime__47_by_catsvrsdogscatswin-d7bixj0.jpg Law #48: t12.deviantart.net/9dwD1IWX9NRp3KJicUm0by2z0PA=/300×200/filters:fixed_height(100,100):origin()/pre08/8fb9/th/pre/f/2014/083/0/f/laws_of_anime__48_by_catsvrsdogscatswin-d7bixyu.jpg Law #50: orig06.deviantart.net/9db4/f/2014/083/0/e/laws_of_anime__50_by_catsvrsdogscatswin-d7biz38.jpg I was able to find Law #40 v.v #47- Mandibular Fuel Emission Law – Don`t Find – All anime characters seem to have an unknown chemical in their breath that reacts VERY violently with extremely hot or spicy foods. This chemical can also be responsible for the phenomenon of fire behind the eyes and out of the mouth when a character (usually a woman) is really angry.

oh and if you happen to find any of the posters I missed, you can please link it to me, there was a poster about Barack Obama as president in the anime that I found once, but then my browser crashed badly (the file history mysteriously deleted) and it was lost forever TT^TT Thanks for sharing. I`ve already seen some of the rules of the anime, but it`s a great list. #34- Law of Probable Clothes – The clothes in the anime follow certain predictable guidelines: female characters wear as little clothing as possible, whether socially or meteorologically appropriate. Any woman with an excessive amount of clothes, without exception, will tear her clothes to shreds or demolish them in some way. If there is no possibility of tearing off the above woman`s clothes, she will inexplicably take a shower for no apparent reason (also known as the free shower scene). Whenever there are headwinds, the male characters invariably wear long capes that do not hinder movement and blow dramatically behind them. If it`s not beneficial to the plot, an anime character will never get sick. The clothes in the anime follow certain predictable guidelines. I decided to do this compilation article because I kept coming across anime rules motivation posters and noticed that some of them were numbered, so I looked around to see if a page had the full list and found out the main source, but that`s about it. Just check 100 rules of anime physics. So my mission began to dive into the depths of the Internet to bring the two together, even though the Internet ended up messing up the numbering so that it was everywhere.

Anyway, have fun!! A thumbs up looks much cooler in anime than in real life. In case this site hasn`t already made it obvious, there are many Japanese media tropes. It`s common to joke in anime parodies that it`s the « rules of anime » that can`t be broken, no matter how ridiculous it is to maintain Rule of Cool or Rule of Drama. The joke is mostly delivered this way: character « A » indicates the stupidity of an event, and character « B » responds: « Anime rule number `X »… #37- Law of Extradimensional Ability – All anime women have an extra-dimensional storage space with a variable volume somewhere on their person, from which they can immediately retrieve any object immediately. This mysterious dimension is commonly referred to as « Malletspace ». First Conclusion (AKA The Hammer Rule) – The most commonly stored item is a heavy mallet, suits/uniforms, suits/armor, and large bazookas. The larger the sword, the more powerful the character. #36- Law of FiveFold Agglutination – Also called « The Rule of five men, » when « good boys » come together, it tends to be in groups of five. There are five basic positions which are: 1) The hero/leader 2) His girlfriend 3) His best friend/rival 4) A huge brutal 5) A dwarf/child Several attributes are divided between these basic positions including: 1) Extreme cool 2) Amazing intelligence 3) Incredible irritation. #29- Law of Melee Luminescence – Any being who exhibits extremely high martial arts skills and/or violent emotions radiates light in the form of a bright aura. This aura is usually blue for the « Good Guys » and red for « Bad Guys ». This is attributed to the fact that good in the electromagnetic spectrum is higher than evil.

First conclusion – Anything that explodes the arches first. First conclusion – The more « bad guys » there are, the less likely they are to hit someone or cause real harm. #37 – Law of extradimensional capacity (by Jason Bustard). #34 – Law of Probable Clothing (from various sources) #46 – Law of Fragile Incognition – Simply changing into a suit or wearing a teen mask can make you completely unrecognizable, even to your closest friends and relatives. #24- Law of American Thromorphism – The Americans in the anime appear in one of two roles, either as a really mean and slim « bad guy » or as a stupid big « good guy. » The only consequence: the only people who are dumber than the big and stupid Americans are the American translators.