May 21, 2018
The gorgeous days of the princess of Tuskuru is the translated title of this Utawarerumono special episode. It focuses on Kuon's childhood, and it does what the name promises. Or that's what I wanted to say anyway.
The story is rather interesting to say the least. It starts off by our princess peeing her bed, followed by scene where adults start talking how they used to pee their beds and how normal it was at that age. What that age is or was it really that normal, I cannot confirm, but based to the serious tone and the fundamentals of peeing, it probably has happened to
each and every one of them. However, these words do not seem to make Kuon feel any better about her wetting the bed. This made me obviously extremely worried about her. When I started this OVA, I surely did not know it would be this dramatic and real. Not even Clannad After Story threw such heavy subjects on the table during its run. Where things go from there, how does she overcome the dramas in her life or does she even, I advice you stop everything you do right now and go watching it. There is no point on me spoiling it. Do not even finish reading this review, just use your friendly neighborhood search engine and give it a go. It is worth it.
This being released bundled with a special edition game release that costs like 150 bucks a new, you know it comes with the production values. In fact, this is only available in bluray and has the same production as the last Utawarerumono anime. It looks and sounds exactly as glorious. The music can be real chill and the atmosphere during the less dramatic moments is almost comforting
As a conclusion, this is the best pee-centric narrative I have come across in my entire life. Only thing to come even close is the anime movie Gang-aji Ttong which English title is 'Doggy Poo' which is literally a story about a pile of dog shit. Basically, if you are one of those folks who think all anime is shit, you should watch Utawarerumono: Tusukuru-koujo no Karei Naru Hibi because it isn't shit, it is pee.
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