Female knight Leo has never been treated as a woman...until the magician Fooly treats her as one. These two will challenge the quest named "Romance," which is tougher to complete than a super hard dungeon!
A simple comedy manga with a tomboyish knight girl, and her new companion, who loves her abs (and her in general S2).
+ cute and funny both main characters
+ blushing tomboy is always nice
+ some dark past from the female leader, adding some relevant plot besides all the romcom
+ 6-9 pages every chapter, so u can read really fast, and don't get bored
+ nice art
+ side personagens are nice, few but a imouto and a dark elf is a 10/10 IMO
- male character has no background, it's really piss me off because i always want to know more about everyone important in any series
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This manga is funny and cute, seeing a female tomboy blushing is a high reward itslef, never get bored, but this manga goes further, she has a lot of scars because of her fights, but her romantic interest doens't care about this (this is very beatiful and has a deep meaning for me), and always care about her, it is lovely seeing both interating, like snaping in afternoon or taking trainning
It is clean, no much dialoges, so u can read really fast and don't get bored
Female leader, Leo is a 10/10: cute, funny, strong and with a nice background history, it is everything u want from a girl in a romcom and never get, but the male MC, Fooly, has a lot to improve, like everything, with 0 background. He love abs and love her, and that is about it.
The manga has an dark elf and an imouto of the male leader, and they are good adiction for the manga
i like this manga, its very nice and funny and cute moments never get old, i just hope more background from the male leader, and will be a 9/10
Leo definitley carry this manga, she is just awesome and overall it is enjoyable
Just read the first 2 chapters, then after that you can watch any other chapter in any order. That's because there is virtually no progress ever in the story. You don't have to worry about spoilers... Boy confesses to female knight and joins her questing party, but for all 55+ chapters after, their relationship stays in a limbo state and the female knight never truly responds to his feelings.
Well, if you're reading this you're probably into fit girls or girls with abs. The art gets the job done, at least.
Everybody is predictable and their personalities stay the same. The main character
only talks about and thinks about the knight, and we never know his background. The female knight always gets flustered when the dude does anything romantic but she never commits. Then she gets extremely mad and jealous when he talks to other girls but refuses to admit it. Repeat for 55+ chapters and you get this manga.
Well I have to admit I started reading this because of the girl, but halfway through the whole manga I realized it was the same crap over and over again. So I'm putting this manga on hold until the knight actually does respond to his feelings (or rejecting him). The slice of life filler isn't worth your time.
There is none at the very least I'm talking about progression. Basically everything is established by chapter 1 or might be even 2 and if it weren't for new characters who are introduced later then you could open any chapter and read it, because you won't spoil a single thing.
Not bad details, gonna say i think i might have fallen in love in those ABS....Now humor aside art is fairly good here characters are drawn to be likeable, background nothing special (since i already don't remember it) as for panel placement and bubble placement, VERY GOOD since it is readable and didn't irritate
Well characters are basically taken as standard manga/anime stereotypes we have tsundere, harem boy(does things to make females fall for him but doesn't understand it, yet this one proclaimed his love interest), oppai loli sister with brother complex, mature cock-tease and last but not least shy anti social one. Character backgrounds are mostly mystery besides female knights since world spins around her.
To be fair i enjoyed it, but after reading and brooding for a bit i kinda understood one thing it is one of those never ending mangas where it will only end when manga sales will drop and then we might see 1 or 2 chapters where they marry or kiss and establish real relationships. So genre seinen is a lie i would give it shounen, romance is mostly one sided with tsundere reaction (WAS ok first few times grows tiresome, especially when female knight has been already told dead right that she should open up or else....). So if you aren't a brooding type enjoyment will be good but do not brood or overthink about series.
Nothing special and my brooding made me rate this series lower since you shouldn't over think about this series simply turn off your brain and enjoy if not you will start to have this peculiar feeling of annoyance for female knight and feeling of shame for magician (this dude doesn't have a speck of self dignity....love i guess but it is more like a fan boy in love in virgin idol than romantic love where 2 hearts intertwine since female knight is god of tsundere).
This is actually way more disappointing than it should.
Don't expect anything beyond the manga's attempt to present you the fetishes in the most boring and cliched way possible. There is no real nuance even with its main forte, and every other aspects of the series is as bland as it can get. Every chapter is structured the same way, and almost every attempt at progressing the relationships gets written off as a joke instead, so you won't get anything meaningful with its "fluffy" elements and romance either.
Art looks decent and easy to read, the character designs are some nice eye candy and you can
probably get a good meat beating out of it, but it's overall nothing special in terms of detail and sense of space.
At the end of the day it's nothing more than a fetish manga really, so if you are into this type of content you can probably give it a go. Despite starting off with a single fetish, it has been expanding itself as well, though the "muscle girl" is still the focal point.