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Old 2011-06-27, 23:21   Link #1921
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In the OVA, Hazuki said she received a kiss from Akihisa? When did that happen?
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Old 2011-07-05, 11:54   Link #1922
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In the OVA, Hazuki said she received a kiss from Akihisa? When did that happen?
A long time ago. And she gave him the kiss, he didn't give her one.
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Old 2011-08-06, 21:53   Link #1923
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Question. It was said that students can only summon their beings within the school grounds+a teacher, right?

During the episode wherein Hazuki's Key chain fell at the middle of the road, that was outside the school, right? Even in the presence of a teacher, he (the teacher) couldn't have able to summom a field where Akihisa could summon his beings, right, because it's outside the school ground?
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Old 2011-08-22, 23:21   Link #1924
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I found this series up for streaming on Funimation's site. I found the second season up there for streaming. Does anyone know if the first season is up for streaming?

I watched two episodes from the second season to see what it is like, and I think I'll watch it. It amused and entertained me.
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Old 2011-12-28, 11:52   Link #1925
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Sorry if this question was asked already.

Where does the end of season 2 correspond to in the light novels? And how close was the anime in following the novels? I'm considering if I should go read the entire novel or read where the anime left off.
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Old 2011-12-31, 01:18   Link #1926
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Where does the end of season 2 correspond to in the light novels? And how close was the anime in following the novels? I'm considering if I should go read the entire novel or read where the anime left off.
It's hard to say because the Anime jumps around the timeline, but the furthest territory they've entered is vol 6.5 with Yuji and Shouko's backstory.

The last arc, the one with the Haunted House is from vol 6, so I guess you can start with vol 7.
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Old 2014-05-25, 15:27   Link #1927
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The show's opening has a part where the characters move from background to foreground while leaving a few afterimages behind. It doesn't look smooth, and that's exactly how I'd describe the characters' progress in the story. With Minami the show goes to the water's deep end before regressing her into being the typical tsundere again, while Yoshi's progress jumps from honesty and looking like someone really insightful to a guy who hasn't got a clue about the people around him.

But that's okay, because even if the cast isn't up to snuff, the story sure is. Everything about the set-up, everything about their interactions, the drama that starts for the dumbest reasons, and everyone's sheer ineptitude are Baka to Test's charm. Thankfully it seldom takes itself seriously, but that doesn't mean it doesn't become dramatic in the most ironic ways possible.

The show itself is just chaos on-screen for those who are into that sort of thing, but becomes even stupider for people thinking about the show seriously. And that's a compliment. The show thrives off its idiocy and seldom tries to be clever, though clunky character progress stops the heartfelt moments from being...heartfelt.

This show doesn't ace any tests, but it's certainly a B+. The only F here is Mizuki's bust test scores.
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