Accepting the post of Royal Tutor at the court of the king of Grannzreich, Heine Wittgenstein is a little professor with a big job ahead! Each of the kingdom's four princes has a rather distinct personality. Does their diminutive new instructor have what it takes to lay down some learning? It's a comedy of educational proportions!
Even though there are only 3 episodes at the moment, I was really captivated when i saw the first episode. To be honest I didn't have that many expectations to this anime, but gosh I love all the funny scenes and the four princes with their cliche-ish personalities you see in animes, but still really goooooood!
I really hope that this anime will become popular, so people can share my love for the four adorable princes and our "master"/tutor lol. I will encourage everyone to give it a chance, cause this is GOLD.
Let me just remind you that this is not a Yaoi or Shounen-Ai anime. So be at ease, there's no Yuri on Ice vibe on this.
This show might not be the best this season, but it is still good. Unlike other average shows out there, you easily get bored, but this is different from the rest of average shows. This show is fun, and I know you'll get fond of it.
This show is about a mysterious Short Royal Tutor who got recommended by the king.
The Duty of the royal tutor is to shape these Four royal teenage princes to be
the future king. Each prince has its own individual character and story. That's why Heine did lot of adjustments just to be accepted as their official tutor. The story is basically about the innocence of four princes.
The character development of this show is likable. You'll grow fond of everyone's character. Since the characters are still teenagers, you'll probably encounter some childish attitudes. But it fits them perfectly since this is not your typical Prince show where the prince has a very mature attitude and thinking. And this is what makes the show fun to watch due to the innocence of everyone.
The story is fun, it's not boring. It anticipates me waiting every episodes to come out weekly. I just want to watch and have fun, and this show fits perfectly in this category. No drama, No horror, No actions, jusf a calm comedy.
If you are hesitant about this show, if you already watched Sakamoto Desu ga?, then you'll probably like this show. It has the same vibes.
Overall my rate would be 7.5. To put it simple this is your average anime, but you just love watching it. It never bores you.
My god is this anime heartwarming! I never thought that I will like this anime this much.
The main focus of this anime is definitely its characters. Each character is very relatable although their personalities are still pretty cliche and I love it. I didn't find any characters in this anime to be annoying, at least until now. Every character has their childish side and this anime shows how they develop to become a full noble prince. After episode 4, this anime is certainly being realistic by letting the princes go to the town and learn about it. The voice
acting in this anime is very well done too. I love it.
The OP and ED theme are both catchy enough. The visuals are nothing special.
I highly recommend this anime if you like anime like Assassination Classroom or you just want a heartwarming SOL anime.
The Royal Tutor: Haine is an anime that has, so far, met my expectations. It is rather calm, slice-of-life anime that centers around the meticulous balance between teaching academics and teaching life lessons.
The only problem that I have with this show is that... I don't think it's going to be anything groundbreaking. The first three episodes have been rather formulaic from the standard world-building and "character development" that occurs at the beginning of any show. I put "" around character development because this show tries to convince the viewers that its characters are unique because of its use of "individual interviews" that give a
more personalized understanding of each character. However, when you step away from that perspective, these characters becomes nothing more than cookie-cutter stereotypes floating around in anime. These somewhat cliche characters coupled with its rather slow narrative progression creates a rather average first impression.
Luckily, this show is held up by decent artwork contrasts between the chibi artwork and the serious 3D character models. They work well to speed up the pace of the show and make light-hearted interactions that hide this anime's, so far, weak plot. The sound is nothing extraordinary either. I do enjoy the light piano motifs throughout the show, and the VAs are not that bad either, I really enjoy Keisuke Ueda's performance as Heide. The rest of the cast does a solid job as well. I would not expect any breakout performances from this rather young group of VAs though.
Overall, the show has the potential to go somewhere. The plot has a solid foundation, and the characters have fit within their archetypes. It is all about the execution of its story that wrap this all together. At its best, this show would be around an 8/10, and at its worst it would be a 3/10. The show has room from growth, but not the ability to be fantastic because it is about as formulaic as a 5 paragraph essay. I hope that this show breaks out of its mold soon, or else, this show is going to be forgotten within this anime season. (6.5/10)