Quanzhi Fashi have satisfying story line. I can't understand Chinese language then watched it with sub so i won't give a f*ck to art and animation.
In fact they almost just buried season 2 story in back there. Mc goes to city awakes second magic. Then story starts...
Romance punchlines was fine. MC just train his magic whole time and gets stronger then fights upcoming enemies.
f*ck animation of this series. It's very poor. But in near future they'll fix it.
sound was fine whatever.
Character development is almost key of this anime. MC gets more ultimate.
He hides his true skills on social just uses them as trump
carts. That's cool and satisfying. I enjoyed this university arc.
There's a lot great manhwa and manhuas are coming. In near future Korea and Chinese will stand versuss Japanese anime. So i won't give glue on animation. They' ll develop it month by month.
Even though this season wasn't perfect, it was by far better then the second. The level of animation is far better when compared to the last one (although this is not difficult) and, despite the opening and ending, the soundtrack sounded developed too.
In my opinion, the main character is the strong point of this anime. Mo Fan is very powerfull and trains a lot to improve himself, and he does this well while still can flee from some cliches that anime protagonists usually have. His behavior is believable and not always that heroic, and this helps to relate with him. Mostly because of him
i can say i enjoyed Quanzi Fashi (with the exception of season 2. It was horrible). I know that the tecnical stuff, mainly animation quality, is bad because chinese studios don't really have resources when compared to the japanese ones, and i know in the future this is going to change, but they really could have made a bit more effort in season two.
At all, i would recommend Quanzhi Fashi to people who likes school animes with OP main characters. If you don't have a preference for this time of anime, i don't think you will enjoy it.
This is by far the best season of the anime! I'm honestly shocked this got a continuation after season 2, but I am super happy. I'll keep this brief.
The storyline improved. Mo Fan went from being an OP Dual Elementalist to an OP More than dual Elementalist!
The characters were more like the ones in season 1. Some were against mo fan, and others were for him.
The fish scenes gave me chills, though not like the final fight in season 1.
Overall I give this a 20/10. If this gets a 4th season, we will see mo fan wielding every element!
As an avid lover of the web novel Quan Zhi Fa Shi (全职法师), mere words cannot express how disappointed I am with the animated ONA version. The only reason I am trying to enjoy the 3rd season is because I like the 1st and 2nd season that got me into the series and because i fell in love with the novel.
In the anime(ONA), everything from the animation, sound effect, music, plot pacing, and character interaction is of generic quality. It was like someone took a shit and tried to mold an anime out of it. What am i trying to say is the anime does
not do the masterpiece of a novel that is 全职法师 any justice. Although it is extreme analogy, the ONA did made what was an excellent source material into a less than mediocre anime. It seems low budget and lack of staff members is the source of the problem.
The web novel 全职法师, containing 2456 chapters, is an absolute masterpiece.
There are many things i love about 全职法师:
-very capable minded, savagely funny protagonist
-interesting fights and character interactions
-the world building
-very detailed depiction of how political and full of scheme a society that revolves around power, money, and social status can be
-every story arc is interesting and meaningful. some even has unexpected plot twist
If there is one questionable thing i must say about the entire novel plot, it would be the beginning. The protagonist wakes up in the world in a world where magic and monster exist. The high school follows magic has its core curriculum. He was pretty much given a cheat ability of being born a double element mage and has a special spiral necklace, which helps him "level up" like a madman.
In this season, the protagonist moves to the city, famous for being one of the centers of the magic world. He continues to shows off, hiding his power until the last minute, increase his wealth and power. There are tournament arcs, new members of his tsundere harem. It was a pretty entertaining arc to read but again disappointing to watch because of the production quality, lack of pacing, and skipping of some funny moments.
As much as I don't want to be the ones that tell you "the manga (or in this case, the web novel) is better," the meme holds very true for this series.
The web novel doesn't actually get good until the beginning of this season (chapter 121 of the translated version called Versatile Mage), so I recommend you watch season 1 and 2 of the anime before reading the novel.
Unfortunately, the series is still being translated by an unknown author by the name of itsTofu from Gravity Tales translations. As of 11/13/2018, only 227 of the 2456 chapters has been translated. He translates 1 chapter per day. If you like the first 2 seasons of Quanzhi Fashi, I strongly urge you to read the novel and watch the anime only for fun.