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Fate/kaleid liner Prisma☆Illya

Fate/kaleid liner Prisma☆Illya

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English: Fate/kaleid liner Prisma☆Illya
Synonyms: Prisma Illya
Japanese: Fate/kaleid liner プリズマ☆イリヤ


Type: TV
Episodes: 10
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jun 22, 2013 to Sep 7, 2013
Duration: 24 min. per episode
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
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Score: 7.291 (scored by 22061 users)
Ranked: #21712
Popularity: #675
Members: 48,870
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Fate/kaleid liner Prisma☆Illya is basically Fate/Stay night meets Cardcaptor Sakura. Just on the more serious side and with epic battles.
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Both series are Type-Moon related franchise so expect some of the same characters to pop up here and there. But more importantly, both series are VERY funny for their humor. In fact, both series are portrayed as parodies with no direct/serious plot to the whole.

There is a lot of funny dialogues as well as comedy going on. There is also the school life background where even more comedy ensures.

Verdict: watch for the humor and entertainment rather than taking either series seriously.
Both Madoka and Fate/kaleid are rather dark magical girl anime that deconstruct the genre.The main character has to face the dangers of actually being a magical girl. Several of the characters between them are also similar.
Everything starts off cute and girly, then an accident happens where the main character discovers that she's a special person related to supernatural and non-human events, but makes new friends and starts to live their new lives as normal, and then the dark plot twist happens
At first it looks like it's cute girls doing cute things, but its quite far from that.Both anime have slight hints of yuri and have a large amount of girls. The main lolis are voiced by the same VA. Cards are the source of power. They have to fight monsters with the power of cards. Both have a rather dark atmosphere.
Both girls are just by chance chosen to be magical girls and they have to fight monsters to save their city and collect magical objects.
Both are anime setted as alternative, mouhou-shoujo version of the parent anime. While Super Sonico the Animation is only short special, Fate/kalein liner Prisma Illya is tv series
In both shows, young(ish) girls enter an alternate world, transform into magical girls, and fight enemies.
Engaging action scenes, appealing character designs, and enjoyable yuri fanservice.
The concept of magical girls isn't new to the anime industry. As such, Shugo Chara and Fate/Kaleid brings that idea once again in these two series.

Amu Hinamori and Illya's lives are both changed forever after one faithful day when they meet a supernatural being. They form a sort of contract/deal and now must collect/help with certain tasks. Along the way, they also form alliances with other characters while also struggling with adversaries. Through experience though, they become more skilled and in mastery of their new-found abilities.

There is romance in both series although less so in Fate/Kaleid. The tone of both series is also lighthearted so expect recurring jokes and humor. The main female protagonist in both series are also somewhat different as Amu tends to be more of a tomboy while Illya is more of a gentle girl. However, both series follows the concept of the magical girl theme.
Illya is the main character of her very own anime. Similarly to Misaka from Railgun. Both series started from their parent story. Illya from Fate/Stay Night and Misaka from Toaru Majutsu no Index.
The trend of kids using possessing supernatural abilities is a popular trend going on in the anime industry. For Gakuen Alice and Fate/kaleid liner Prisma☆Illya, the main female protagonist inhibits special abilities. In essence, they attend a school where meet both friends and rivals.

The main female protagonist from both series are considered kind and often willing to help others in need. However, they are a bit naive with some common sense. Regardless, their kindness and generosity earns her many friends even with rivals.

There's many humorous dialogues present in both series with drama. Some small hints of romance are also present as well.
The concept of magical girls are present in both Mahou Shoujo Lyrical Nanoha A's and Fate/kaleid liner Prisma☆Illya. In both series, the main character's life are suddenly changed after one faithful day and they in turn become a magical girl with gifted powers. With that gift, they must fight to collect certain magical objects with the help of a mentor.

The main female character from both series are also somewhat naive but are caring, helpful, and cheerful. They also hope to make friends even with rivals throughout the series.

Both series has plenty of humor and drama. However, Mahou Shoujo Lyrical Nanoha A's has a more serious mood especially in later episodes.

They also take place in a school life setting.
Magical girl shows that target a seinen audience, instead of a shoujo one.
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