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Mar 12, 2016
(This is more of a reflection on the entire series as a whole)

Honestly I didn't think I would be writing a review on a magical girl spin-off of the Fate universe, but Fate/Kaleid left such an impression on me that I felt like putting my thoughts down at least. Fate/Kaleid is a great addition to the already expansive Fate universe acting as a pseudo Illya route for the people who wanted one. However, it's strong enough to stand alone as it's own separate show without the need of Fate universe knowledge. The show is just serious enough for the viewer to believe in the read more
Aug 5, 2013
Kyoukaisenjou no Horizon II is just the previous season but more refined. That is the greatest understatement to be said about it. This time around the story is much more focused and concentrated right off the bat. Any confusion is quickly resolved by the anime itself.

Story:
The story is once again simple and straightforward, however it is presented much more clearly. This allows for more character development and interaction between the cast. It again suffers from some problems from the previous season. For example most viewers would lose some effect of the characters (name/title) if they are not exactly the history geek. This is very read more
Aug 5, 2013
Kyoukaisenjou no Horizon. This anime definitely went under radar and is one of those that is not easy for the viewers to get into.It has a large terminology that is just thrown at you such as "Tes" and "Jud" as well as a massive cast of characters and a fairly complex background that would leave most viewers more confused after the first episode then Guilty Crowns plot holes. However despite all this, I can't stop loving this anime.

Story:
The main story arc in Horizon is pretty straightforward and simple. The best part about the story is the "battles". The battles in Kyoukaisenjou no Horizon is read more