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here's the plot line:Fredrick "Fred" Jones, Jr., Daphne Blake, Velma Dinkley, Norville "Shaggy" Rogers and Scooby-Doo make up the team of teenage mystery solvers who live in a small town called Crystal Cove, the self-proclaimed "Most Hauntedest Place on Earth". The town's long history of strange disappearances and ghost and monster sightings form the basis for its thriving tourist industry, and as such, the gang's parents are not happy that their children are debunking all the supernatural goings-on that bring in so much revenue, as they prove over and over that the so-called supernatural creatures are merely the work of villainous citizens disguising themselves as part of complex plans for self-profit. And in addition to the traditional cases they always solve, the team finds itself being nudged into the uncovering of a greater secret that is hidden in the past of Crystal Cove, covered up by parties unknown. Following cryptic hints from a faceless mystery-man known only as "Mr. E" (a play on "mystery"), they find themselves caught up in the unsolved, decades-old case of the disappearance of four mystery-solving youths and their pet -- the original Mystery Incorporated. However, mysteries are not all that the kids are faced with: romantic entanglements plague their investigations, as Shaggy finds himself being forced to choose between his longtime friendship with Scooby and his burgeoning new romance with Velma, and Daphne pines for a clueless, trap-obsessed Fred. As time in the show goes by, these problems will be resolved.
Velma Dinkley is a fictional character in the American television animated series Scooby-Doo, about the adventures of four crime-solving teenagers and their Great Dane companion, Scooby-Doo.
Velma is portrayed as the resident genius of the quartet, and makes great use of her skills in such areas as reading Chinese, deciphering scientific formulae, operating communications equipment, and so forth. A running gag of the series is Velma's trouble with keeping her glasses on her face (usually from being accidentally knocked off of her face while being chased by the villain), as she is very nearsighted. (In fact, this only happened a grand total of four times on the original series, but somehow people seem to believe it happens in every episode). Her catchphrase is "jinkies!" When Scooby is too afraid to volunteer for a mission (which tends to be most of the time), Velma often offers him a dog treat called a "Scooby snack" as a bribe. It has often been supposed that Velma is a lesbian due to her stereotypical frumpy appearance, although the cartoons themselves offer no such information (in fact, they imply the opposite: she was shown as being attracted to a man in the movie Scooby Doo and the Witch's Ghost, and many episodes of the series paired her up with Shaggy). Velma's alleged lesbianism was, however, parodied in both Warner Bros. Scooby-Doo live-action movies and in an unlicensed cameo appearance in Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back. Like all of the Scooby Doo gang, later labelled as Mystery Incorporated members, Velma has differing personal backgrounds and histories depending on which incarnation series one is referring to. In the original "Where are you!" series, Velma went to the same high school with all of her Mystery Incorporated partners as stated in the original series "Where are you?" episode "A Knight for a night" where she states she attended the same high school gym class as does Shaggy. This is retconned in the second series "New Scooby Doo Movies" where Velma is stated now to have attended and graduated from a completely separate high school from her friends
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Kill la Kill is set at Honnouji Academy (本能字学園 Honnōji Gakuen), a fictional high school situated in Tokyo Bay, Japan. The school is dominated by its fearsome student council, led by Satsuki Kiryuin. Its students wear Goku Uniforms (極制服 Gokuseifuku, from gokusei (極製?, "finest quality") + seifuku (制服?, "school uniform")) which give their wearers superhuman abilities because of their Life Fibers (生命戦維 Seimei Sen'i) material. Transfer student Ryuko Matoi, who wields a scissor-shaped longsword that can cut Goku Uniforms, challenges the council as she searches for her father's killer. Although she is initially easily defeated, she finds a sentient sailor uniform named Senketsu, a Kamui (神衣, lit. "Godrobe") which is completely made of Life Fibers, which transforms her so that she can face Kiryuin and her trials and obstacles. She is befriended by her hyperactive classmate Mako Mankanshoku, and lives with her family.
When Satsuki reorganizes the allocation of Goku Uniforms through a battle royal and king-of-the-hill event known as Naturals Election, Ryuko faces the members of the Elite Four, who wear powerful Three-Star Goku Uniforms, in a series of duels. Her final fight is interrupted by Nui Harime, the wielder of the other Scissor Blade and the murderer of Ryuko's father. In the ensuing fight, Ryuko transforms into an uncontrollable monster.
With the Tri-City Schools Raid, Satsuki conquers the major schools in the other regions of Japan, and quashes Nudist Beach (ヌーディスト・ビーチ Nūdisuto Bīchi), a paramilitary organization led by Ryuko's homeroom teacher Aikuro Mikisugi. She arranges for a festival that will host her mother Ragyo, the academy's director and the CEO of REVOCS Corporation (REVOCSコーポレーション Ribokkusu Kōporēshon), a clothing manufacturer that has dominated the world-wide market. Mikisugi reveals that the Life Fibers, which have been woven into all REVOCS clothing, are actually aliens that consume their wearers. When they devour the festival audience, Satsuki turns on her mother, revealing her end goal has always been destroying Ragyo, but the rebellion is short-lived as Ragyo has fused with the Life Fibers to attain tremendous power. Ragyo recognizes Ryuko as her own daughter and Satsuki's younger sister, who survived the termination of a Life Fiber experiment and was raised in secrecy by Ragyo's missing husband Isshin Matoi.
A month later, Ragyo and the Life Fibers have devastated Japan and have captured Satsuki, leaving the Elite Four without Goku Uniforms and forced to hide out with Ryuko and the others at Nudist Beach. When they rescue Satsuki, Ragyo captures and brainwashes Ryuko into fighting her. After Ryuko frees herself, she and Satsuki challenge Ragyo, who plans to detonate the Earth in order to propagate the Life Fibers throughout the universe. After taking down the transmitter and blasting the cocoon that houses the Original Life Fiber, Ryuko chases Ragyo into space and defeats her, causing Senketsu and the other Life Fiber clothes to perish. In the OVA episode released after the series's airing, Ragyo's aide Rei disrupts Honnouji Academy's graduation ceremony, but Satsuki convinces her to abandon her struggle. Honnouji Academy is disassembled, and the characters leave to live out normal lives.
Ryuko is the main protagonist and a 17-year-old vagrant schoolgirl who transfers to Honnouji Academy in search of clues relating to the death of her father. She wields the Scissor Blade (片太刀バサミ Kata Tachi Basami), one-half of a giant pair of scissors created by her father, with the other half stolen by his killer. Her weapon is capable of destroying uniforms empowered by Life Fibers. At the start of the series, she acquires a special "Kamui" uniform named Senketsu, which grants her special abilities. She lives with the Mankanshoku family.[ep 2] During the battle at the Honnouji Academy Cultural & Sports Grand Festival, it is revealed that Ryuko is Ragyo's presumed dead daughter and Satsuki's younger sister.[ep 19] Ryuko was merged with Life Fibers when Ragyo Kiryuin performed an experiment to fuse Life Fibers into humans
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