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Although the story, when first introduced, seems simple enough one is quick to understand that not everything is as it seems. Those people that enjoy a story told with all the cards on the table likely wont enjoy this show as much as those who like to keep guessing whats really going on. The line of "bad guys" and "good guys" is never clearly defined. The plot line really does a great job of allowing you to either like or dislike the protagonists or the antagonist by keeping much of their motives hidden until the end.
Some great classical works from Beethoven and others meld right in and feel like the belong. The characters even build a connection with the musical scores on a level that is not often seen in most other anime.
Those that like steady and progressive character development will notice it lacking here. Many of the characters don't know anything about their past and those that do keep it hidden. By the time you can fully appreciate who the character really are the series is just about warping up. Don't let this alone keep you from watching the show as the characters do have personality and are easy to become attached to.
Anyone who enjoys trying to figure out what really going on or does not like to be spoon fed the answers will enjoy the Gilgamesh series.