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It tells a story of a princess, Angelise Ikaruga Misurugi, the first princess of the Misurugi Empire who is set to become the successor to the throne. However, during the baptism ritual, she is unable to use the Light of Mana. Everyone realizes that she is a Norma, a person who is unable to use Mana, and are shunned from society.
Human Ranch provides the following tropes:
Accidental Pervert: When Ange finds herself tied in bed with Tusk on the first timing him. She assumes the worst. Even when they start a relationship he keeps getting in perverted situations.
Chivalrous Pervert: Tusk despite being a debauchee character remains faithful to Ange even when Hildegard Schlievogt tried to seduce him.
Dragon Slayer: The Norma from Arzenal are forces to slay DRAGONS.
Fantastic Racism: Those that are unable to use Mana are regarded as pariah and not considered humans in the World of Mana.