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Old 2019-11-11, 09:34   Link #21
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I think she is just equivalent of "Flower Girl" from Macross 7.

As for love interest I approve student council president she looks like fun and is redhead. Dumb girl is hopefully too excentric and work better with sidekick-kun who unlike Iruma is excelent Tsukomi to her boke. I ship it a little.
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Old 2019-11-11, 13:13   Link #22
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I think she is just equivalent of "Flower Girl" from Macross 7.

As for love interest I approve student council president she looks like fun and is redhead. Dumb girl is hopefully too excentric and work better with sidekick-kun who unlike Iruma is excelent Tsukomi to her boke. I ship it a little.
I ship it a lot. Because it's hilarious.

But, yeah I'm all for Iruma, and the student council president.
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Old 2019-11-11, 16:49   Link #23
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Yeah, those two make quite a pair.

Still, one thing gets to me is that this is a school with an anthem centered on the fact that they view humans as food, despite the fact that most of them don't believe humans actually exist. Isn't that sort of like going to a school whose anthem is about exterminating Chupacabras?
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Old 2019-11-16, 14:52   Link #24
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I didn't expect this to be the most consistently entertaining show this season tbh.

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Still, one thing gets to me is that this is a school with an anthem centered on the fact that they view humans as food, despite the fact that most of them don't believe humans actually exist. Isn't that sort of like going to a school whose anthem is about exterminating Chupacabras?
I'm guessing they're aware that humans exist, and that demons that have encountered them have probably eaten some, but not all the students believe they exist since they're lower ranked and as we found out this episode only the higher ranked demons can go to the human world and see humans in person.
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Old 2019-11-16, 15:08   Link #25
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Good episode. Ameri might have her quirks (and who doesn't in this show?), but she certainly ask right questions.
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Old 2019-11-16, 22:15   Link #26
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I didn't expect this to be the most consistently entertaining show this season tbh.



I'm guessing they're aware that humans exist, and that demons that have encountered them have probably eaten some, but not all the students believe they exist since they're lower ranked and as we found out this episode only the higher ranked demons can go to the human world and see humans in person.
Still must be confusing to the lower-ranking majority of students. I don't know how I'd feel about attending a school that regularly had its entire student body sing a song about unicorn meat.
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Old 2019-11-16, 23:37   Link #27
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I don't think there is anything weird about that. More then half actually school anthems have religious themes. You can also bet many students who doesn't consider religion to be much more then fairy tail.
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Old 2019-11-25, 08:17   Link #28
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This show could use some more attention. Really charming and consistently funny - rarely puts a foot wrong.
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Old 2019-11-26, 12:15   Link #29
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Saw the events of the last episode coming. Obviously her sexiness quotient would be practically nonexistent (though it does worry me that infants apparently have more than zero sexiness) and she'd screw everything up. and it was pretty much a given that we'd have something like a little bit of love making her sexiness skyrocket. This series proves that a story doesn't have to be unpredictable to be funny.
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Old 2019-11-30, 12:10   Link #30
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A prep episode for the next exam episode. Of particular interest is the training montage of "catch", which is actually an often referenced homage of Gunbuster's "coach". Gunbuster's "coach" scenes are quite legendary, considering how often it gets referenced in Japanese media, even 30 years later. Side note: Gunbuster is one of those classic series that is a must watch, and the ending will leave quite an impression.


I'm guessing they are going for the raise the rank 1 by 1 approach. Eventually, Iruma will have to use magic, so it will be interesting to see him do so and actually feel comfortable using it. Also, he does have the option of... err... summoning his teacher! LOL



As far as love interests go, I hope Clara is never ever in serious contention. It would be like dating a girl with the mind of a 5 years old. Also, it seems like another important female character is yet to show up who is listed on their official website.
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Old 2019-11-30, 18:47   Link #31
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Iruma-kun is surprisingly buffed out during those training montages - he's in better shape than he looks. I guess a lifetime of dodging threats tones you up.

As for love interests, I like Clara but she really does seem more like the imouto type. I think the seitoukaichou makes the most sense.
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Old 2019-12-01, 02:01   Link #32
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As for love interests, I like Clara but she really does seem more like the imouto type. I think the seitoukaichou makes the most sense.
Clara's in the playmatezone, I personally wouldn't put her as an imouto type since we all know that being a little sister in anime has a different connotation even though this isn't that kind of series
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Old 2019-12-02, 15:03   Link #33
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Why do these episodes just fly by. Is it Saturday already?!
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Old 2020-02-09, 08:13   Link #34
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I have no idea if anyone besides me is watching this show, but it just keeps getting better. Episode 19 was one of my favorite episodes of any series this year.
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Old 2020-02-09, 08:33   Link #35
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I'm still watching, but I didn't really like the Kiriwo parts much.
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Old 2020-02-09, 09:16   Link #36
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I am enjoying it. When Iruma hugs Sullivan and Opera in the second half and agrees that they are a great family it actually made me feel good for a drawing.
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Old 2020-02-09, 11:29   Link #37
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That's one of the most wholesome episode of any show I've ever seen, especially the second half.

You can even see how Iruma's way of thinking gradually change which we all know will lead to him becoming the demon lord.
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Old 2020-02-10, 02:15   Link #38
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I'm still looking forward to seeing how he becomes this powerful demon lord. There is still this unknown gate that didn't allow entry that was shown near the beginning of the series that we still haven't touched back on.


Also, since he blasted all of Sullivan's stored power in the ring, is there any power left? If I remember correctly, when the ring was empty, it started sucking up everyone's powers. Or does it automatically restore Sullivan's power in the ring over time?


Still, Iruma needs to have some of his own powers.


And yes, this was quite the touching episode, although I'm a bit annoyed that the blonde demon who set up Sullivan did not get the blame, nor did he get much more character information.


Overall, love the series.
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Old 2020-02-10, 09:06   Link #39
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I'm still looking forward to seeing how he becomes this powerful demon lord. There is still this unknown gate that didn't allow entry that was shown near the beginning of the series that we still haven't touched back on.


Also, since he blasted all of Sullivan's stored power in the ring, is there any power left? If I remember correctly, when the ring was empty, it started sucking up everyone's powers. Or does it automatically restore Sullivan's power in the ring over time?


Still, Iruma needs to have some of his own powers.


And yes, this was quite the touching episode, although I'm a bit annoyed that the blonde demon who set up Sullivan did not get the blame, nor did he get much more character information.


Overall, love the series.
I assume that Sullivan refilled it while Iruma was unconscious but that does not explain why it did not try to eat Kirio.
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Old 2020-02-10, 15:26   Link #40
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I liked the Kiriwo arc, it seems to have established what is likely going to be an overarching plot point or theme, that there are demons out there that would like things to return to how they use to be. It's been hinted that Iruma is the prophesied Demon Lord, and his run ins with them may be part of what makes that happen. Also, with Kiriwo not ratting him out we're clearly going to see Blaal again.

The second half was pure sugar though, and I loved it.
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