Five hundred years have passed since the humans went extinct at the hands of the fearsome and mysterious 'Beasts.' The surviving races now make their homes up on floating islands in the sky, out of reach of all but the most mobile of Beasts.
Only a small group of young girls, the Leprechauns, can wield the ancient weapons needed to fend off invasions from these creatures. Into the girls' unstable and fleeting lives, where a call to certain death could come at any moment, enters an unlikely character: a young man who lost everything in his final battle five hundred years ago, the last living human awakened from a long, icy slumber.
Unable to fight any longer, Willem becomes the father that the girls never had, caring for and nurturing them even as he struggles to come to terms with his new life, in which he feels the pain of helplessly waiting for his loved ones to return home from battle that his 'Daughter' once felt for him so long ago. Together, Willem and the girls gradually come to understand what family means and what is truly worth protecting.
Warning pls do not base Anime Pictures displayed as what the story will look like
First I'm ganna tell you how this anime is like
They show you good lovable scenes
Then they make it bad
But that bad scene is just a troll but sometimes it is real
You get a great car and you make fond memories with it
You let your cousin borrow it he says the car got destroyed in an accident
You cry but you see your car not destroyed it's a troll
But sometimes it tunrs out to be real
I see a blue haired girl
With little lolis and flowers
Omg They are warriors
And they are
not afraid to die
We will share tears people we will share the feels trip
So a simple summary it has just been 4 episodes so I cannot tell much
This is spoiler free promise
What is Sukasuka about
It is magical action stuff
The romance is so good I love it so much It's what I loved in this anime
And of course drama
Why Watch it
It has a great plot plus there will be interest happenings in the future promise
If you like cute girls in an anime there are ones here
Cute blue haired girl very cute
A kuudere White haired girl and a yellow haired one
And also lots of little kawaii children
The world has been born with 17 legendary powerful beast and have turned to war
Heroes tried to defeat the beast but they did not succeed
The Humans have been extinct and only Half humans and Half Beast lives in the world
The beast rules the surface world and the remaining survivors now live in fear safe above in the sky islands
How the Anime starts
Where there is no more humans in the world only one Human remains and Only humans with fur lives and Human with no fur is weird
And the anime starts like this
Man who meets a pretty young girl in a sky island
This girl is running around a high place chasing a cat she then falls,
And of course The man catches her and she might already like him
This man then travels with her in the day and went to a place where there is a great view
A friend of this man then recommends him to get a job, His friend is a scavenger and a goblin
He then accepts this job which he has to take care of A military compound full of weapons
He goes to the island there he sees the cute girl he met and lot of cute little children all girls
Observing the Place he sees no weapons
Then he discovers the one that he will take care are the girls who live in the mansion
He discovers the Girls are fairies that uses swords to fight the 17beasts
Below the islands
He then now takes care of them with his content
The MC having a backstory as The last real human which was a past fighter
(He fought with the beast and killed one of them but got cursed)
Now he cannot accept that these fairies are ready to die and sacrifice their selves
He trained them to fight as he was and use the weapons properly
So the reason why I like it
There will be mysteries to be unfolded
And Alos romance the romance between them I love it
This show is hard to talk about, because it's a sad story. It's the story of how a promising show can be undermined by an unnecessary adherence to convention. Oh, you thought I was talking about the plot of the show itself?
Allow me to put this into perspective. The Japanese light novel has a fair bit of history now, but allow me to be glib and say that they're a modern sort of pulp fiction. Pulp fiction was a type of media engineered for popular entertainment. It was printed in periodicals on cheap paper (the pulp in pulp fiction).
If you were to simplify all fiction into either, "genre fiction," or "serious literature," pulp fiction was all the way on the genre end of the scale. The medium gave rise to some storytelling trends of its own, such as the two-fisted tale. Much of the same can be said about the modern Japanese light novel.
This show wears its light novel trappings on its sleeve. This is apparent from the title alone. It's entirely too long to remember, much less recite, inviting people to invent some marketing-friendly fan nickname. It's set in another world. There is exactly one guy in the main cast. There are some vaguely-defined superpowers involved. The main girl has long hair, at least past the mid-point of the back. There are probably many more examples I could have listed here.
Very little of this is obvious from the start of the show. The first episode was so enjoyable and well-crafted that I paid these sorts of things no mind. In retrospect, there were a few fears which had gathered, though I hadn't put words to them yet. A good show draws you into its world, and lacks annoying distractions. You aren't likely to think about this sort of thing during a good show. However, the rest of the show wasn't up to the standard that first episode had set. By the end of the fourth episode, I had put words to the fears, and found justification for them.
The first concerns the plot. This is one thing which isn't necessarily light-novel-ish, and seems to be more like one of Key/Visual Arts' so-called "utsuge," or "crying games." I disliked these sorts of stories for being emotionally manipulative. They would unabashedly use cheap tricks to get you to feel sad. Thus, the fear, "Will they have these girls dying off one by one for cheap tears?" Now, a little tragedy isn't a bad thing. However, the end of episode four was troubling. Right after stirring the depths of main guy's trauma, main girl did a stupid anime rom-com thing and broke the tension. Thus, at this point, I don't trust this show to handle tragedy appropriately.
That isn't even the only problem I have with the plot. Main guy's backstory is presented a bit out of order such that it induces a bit of a plot hole. It made it clear that he was there to see the destruction of the surface world, yet also that this occurred about 200 years ago, long enough that his native language has become a dead language. How this is possible wasn't made clear until later. Even though we can accept the explanation via willing suspension of disbelief, since it's arguably necessary for the story to exist, there remains the question of why it was presented in this haphazard way.
The setting has a bit of a similar issue, though it's more of a mixed bag. The airborne cities are beautiful, and I'm happy to set aside questions of how such things exist to admire them. The fact that they're filled with the so-called, "featured," humans with animal traits, or maybe sentient human-like animals, is also interesting. This actually creates a bit of a problem, since the story only deals with these things superficially. I want to see more of the world outside the orphanage-prison, but the plot isn't really interested in these things. The plot really only cares about the fairy-girls. The "featured" seem to only exist to isolate them, and to not-so-subtly encourage the viewer to empathize with them. You see, this is a harem show.
In fact, it's a themed harem. The theme? Lolis. Yes, inner cynic, the orphanage-prison really is a lolicon paradise. It was a totally gratuitous fanservice shot, of one of the younger girls, that verified this for me. The presentation is a bit misleading in this (Black Bullet was a lot more transparent). It's even possible this wasn't the author's intent, but it's what we got anyway. Main girl is supposedly 15, which should be outside the lolicon range, but she's drawn like the object of a hebephile's wet dream anyway. In some other show, I might have written this off as her being the flat one, but it's hard to interpret her any other way in this context. There is a full-grown woman around, but she's treated like a joke by the narrative and as a nuisance by the main guy. It's normal for a harem show to feature a character, the "harem nanny," whose purpose is to manage the harem; this is literally her job. She is a walking TV tropes entry.
Several of the other characters are easily dismissed in this way. Nephren is the nigh-emotionless girl. Ithea is the gadfly. Chtholly, a.k.a. main girl, is the tsundere. Up until the end of episode four, I had a better opinion of her. After that, it's clear that being a tsundere is her defining character trait. It would be easy to declare main guy, a.k.a. Willem, to be the typical slightly moody light novel protagonist. For once, this seems to be a bit unfair. His broodiness stems from understandable guilt and unresolved grief, and he doesn't seem to project the typical too-cool-to-care nonsense that generally goes with the archetype. Whether he's as overpowered as the typical escapist protagonist remains to be seen, but the fact that he's been defeated at least once, and even shown as mostly helpless in the scope of the narrative, makes it hard to compare him to the likes of Tatsuya Shiba.
All in all, this show could have been something good. This isn't mere speculation, as the first episode stands as testament to this potential. It has aspects I like without reservation, such as the scenery porn and the soundtrack. However, the medium of the source material, and the expectations associated with it, soiled it a bit. There were too many annoying distractions to allow me to enjoy the good things.
something that many know..... but a few would experience . Tragedy can happen with anyone anytime. They are impossible to avoid... they may be forgotten but they leave a deep scar too.... And the same happens here with willem (the protagonist) who has literally lost everything in his life..his family, friends and everyone he knew. But that isn't the end of it .. he didn't gave up hope... instead gave others the hope to survive for themselves and the ones they love.
As mentioned above.. story takes place 500 years after extinction of human race and the planet is now home to various other
species of living beings... and Willem is the last surviving member of human race. He works at a warehouse for secret weapons... which are Lolis...and we then follow the tale of willem and cutholly (female protagonist) as they stuggle to survive and uncover the secret behind the "Beasts" who now rule the land.
Anything about characters will be a spoiler so i am avoiding this section.
The art is extremely beautiful and character design is pretty damm amazing. The op and ed are extremely well done.... though its the scores and background music between the episodes which takes the cake.
So , in the end ... should u watch it.... yes... this anime has a surprisingly well written story which feels really fresh and ever since the first episode it creates an atmosphere of something about to happen which makes u wanna watch it more...this anime so far offers little to complain and much to praise... So i would recommend everyone to watch this show if u haven't already .
Sometimes an anime will come along that is obviously intent on tugging on your heartstrings. Sukasuka is another example of such anime. But man is it effective.
While the show's rather predictable plot, based upon a more or less common premise might not seem all that interesting at first, the show uses what it has to it's full potential.The characters are given enough moments for the viewer to empathize with them. The cute albeit generic artwork coupled with a solid soundtrack is utilized to create powerful moments.
The show oozes melancholy. I can't say that I :enjoyed" it but I will say that it's a