The first words that came out of my mouth when I watched the first episode of Busou Shoujo Machiavellianism was "This reminds me of Trinity Seven".
Here's a few reasons why those two are very similar:
- This is a harem with action. This pretty much describes both anime in a few words.
- The girls in the harem are both very respected and powerful in their schools.
- The main characters are more into the fights than the girls, even though they often gets into "accidents".
- The main characters are also transfer students.
It's worth to at least try to watch it!
When I began to watch BSM I was like kill me now, we have T7 season 2 here.
Both anime are action, ecchi, harems in a school setting, that was previously an all girl school. Onward, the protagonists of both have this "surprising" ability to make chicks go crazy for them but not only that they are also the most overpowered fighters in their worlds with some overpowered ability that only they can use. Continuing, both anime have deadly fights in their school setting, that could potentially lead to characters deaths but does this happen? Furthermore, in both anime there is this system of hierarchy across the school, where there are a group of the strongest and most powerful girls with the largest influence, in the school.
BSM differs however with is action scenes being from the use of swords and martial arts, unlike T7's use of magic. BSM also differs with it females characters all being what appears to be radical feminists that believe all men should be castrated, unlike T7's female characters who throw themselves at the protagonist. In terms of protagonist BSM's protagonist has self-constraint and is not one to exploit or take advantage over women, unlike T7's protagonist.
Overall I feel like BSM is a much better version of T7's but still not a good anime. read more
Do you want to watch a Battle Harem Anime featuring a misunderstood delinquent wooing the most powerful girls in a brand new school? If you do, than either of these anime are for you. They borth mix the right amounts of Ecchi Harem, with intriging out of this world fights between masters of their respective crafts.
If you like one of these shows, their is no way that you will not like the other. They have too many similarities in terms of style, but enough that seperates them to keep it fresh and entertaining.
They have some similarities like:
-A school thta used to be only for girls and then became co-ed.
-A group of really strong girls who seems to hate boys.
-The girls use violence to correct the boys, and do things to humiliate them.
The base plot of both is extremely similar, if not the same. The only major difference I've seen until now is the targeted audience, busou shoujo machiavellianism is like a "kid-version" of prison school.
Co-ed between both opposite genders are off-limited... Supposedly every girls in their school are very secure...
The Act of some Laws in an Elite Prestigious Academy.. are way strict...
Both are indeed.. enjoyable yet having a wrong routine.. from their youth
Both have the one male vibe
Both surrounded by strong female characters
Both have someone the male looks up to
Both have a single strong female
- Single strong female secretly loves the main male in both
in both anime is the same as telling about school life filled with battle, and in both this school even girl carrying weapon 😅, and do not forget also mixed with Harem situation, and spice seasoning comedy which is quite exciting 😁😁😁
The main character has to charm various girls in order to stop them from destroying absolutely everything. To me, Busou Shoujo Machiavellianism is inferior to Date A Live in absolutely every single aspects, but if you're into that, then you might like both of those.
Both Needless and Armed Girl's Machiavellianism are fun, dumb action anime with a badass MC and lots cute girls in their casts of characters. Don't expect a deep, original story out of either of these, expect action and fights that give you something to get hype about, ridiculous over-the-top situations to give you something to laugh at, and a good amount of waifus and fanservice. If you liked any of those things about one of these shows, you may find yourself enjoying the other as well.
Busou Shoujo Machiavellianism and Seireitsukai no Blade Dance could both be described as action-harems. In both of these anime, a teenage boy goes to a school chock full of every gal you could want. He doesn't get along with the girls who lead the school at first and ends up fighting them, but, in the end, he earns their friendship and their affection. Furthermore, the protagonist of each series possesses a mysterious past that includes a mysterious woman he is at odds with.
Both features a guy who is a typical chauvinist, a pervert and an apex bully, who is up against those high fluting Amazons who can kick ass outta ordinary bully, except that the guy is no ordinary bully, but a good chauvinistic guy who is capable to taming those ass kicking Amazons.
Basically the same theme with high schoolers fighting on school ground except Busou Shoujo has a setting where the main character has to face off against female opponents, befriending them as he moves on.
Has a similar start, since we find
* A transfer student that is also rebel and strong
* A school which is ruled by a group of students acting as correctors (The Great 4 on kill la kill)
* The whole school and specially those correctors chasing the transfer student in hope of correcting him on fights
* Outstanding fights fast paced fights
Sorry for the low quality comparision but its mostly the similarities i found on it and it goes on in most of the story from what i read on manga
Busou Shoujo Machiavellianism is a show about a guy who beats up heavily armed girls who are trying to get him to crossdress.
Kenka Banchou Otome: Girl beats boys is a show about a crossdressing girl who beats up boys in a school for thugs.
The shows are almost opposite of each other, but expect martial arts and crossdressing in both.