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Days: 563.0
Mean Score: 4.10
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Inari, Konkon, Koi Iroha.: Inari, Konkon, Semishigure.
Inari, Konkon, Koi Iroha.: Inari, Konkon, Semishigure.
5 hours ago
Completed 1/1 · Scored 3
Inari, Konkon, Koi Iroha.
Inari, Konkon, Koi Iroha.
5 hours ago
Completed 10/10 · Scored 3
Odd Taxi
Odd Taxi
9 hours ago
Watching 6/13 · Scored 8
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Mean Score: 4.59
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Okaeri Alice
Okaeri Alice
4 hours ago
Reading 13/? · Scored 2
Mijuku na Futari de Gozaimasu ga
Mijuku na Futari de Gozaimasu ga
4 hours ago
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Getsuyoubi no Tawawa
Getsuyoubi no Tawawa
4 hours ago
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EnchantedHeart 2 hours ago
Heya, I know the two pics you have on your profile but I don't recognize the bottom one, is that a VN as well or anime?

Btw, I wrote a mini-review of Fata Morgana on Steam. Here it is if you're interested in reading it:
https://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561199116466462/recommended/303310/

Lpopo4lyfe 5 hours ago
Just finished Fata Door 8 and started requiem, this series is really beautiful. 😭

A beautiful story riddled in misunderstandings, a lack of perspectives, heartbreaks, betrayals, sorrow. Filled with complicated truths, people with extenuating circumstances of their own and the world's making, diverse and cultural backgrounds, many insecurities, conditions they couldn't be faulted for but at the same time couldn't so easily overcome either. However, in that despair, there was also love found. a love that allows you to love yourself and love others, to empathize others, to stop mistakes from repeating. for you to extend your hand, give a gentle nudge to those that need it. A willingness to cherish what you have now and to move on, to not let the hatred spread and worsen. To allow yourself to be happy, to have that chance, to bolster that hope, no matter how long it takes to atone or wait. To be able to look forward to the future to new beginnings. There will be adversity, but there will be fruit borne from that effort. You can move forward and be who you are and be better, regardless of any fate or stigma shoved on you.
KANLen09 May 6, 9:45 PM
Pretty much saw the stash of Mushoku Tensei books in one of your Insta stories from ages go, and yeah that's great. I probably have no plans to buy the LN since I'm not really much of a LN guy, but will look forward to what the anime has in store. Heck, I'll just read the manga instead, even if its content was dissolvingly halved.

Normally, what people will see at first glance with Rudeus is his pedophilia, and that's a shame at face value. It's sad that I have some people in the past chiding me about loving Rudeus as a character when he was getting better, but that herd mentality meant that most people aren't gonna be sympathetic with such a character, and wil treat it as so.

Looking back at most Isekai shows, the only one I remember fondly was Re:Zero, the one that got me back to anime all those years ago, and no question, I'm not listing it as my favourite because there are some other favourites that I can remember on the top of my head when I reflect back at the list.

I would rather have real favourites than bot favourites. That's one of the reasons that using MAL in this day and age is so objectifying and downright manipulative of those who tried to break the system. Also, worship the great panties of Roxy's, I bless my figures each and everyday.
KANLen09 May 6, 8:34 PM
AFAIK, Mushoku Tensei was already so big on Syosetu, yet for it to go largely unrecognized for THAT long is beyond us, probably why we get so much mediocre Isekai that started with SAO. Indeed we have to find a scapegoat to push the trend that the Isekai genre was gonna take off, and Reki Kawahara's was the one that both created, refined, smashed and botched the concept that old anime fans at the time didn't recognize (quite possibiy due to Kawahara's obsession with rape). I'd think even Isekai stories (before they were even called that) didn't quite have the substance to pull things off, say Log Horizon (that came out a few years after SAO did).

It was only with Tappei Nagatsuki's Re:Zero that we experienced another boom of the Isekai genre, most particularly with the "reincarnation" underlying theme, and I know how much of a love-hate relationship that can be, and that's about 4-5 years since. Bring that same timeline back to the modern day with Mushoku Tensei, I agree what you said that it has the potential to be a modern classic, or as I phrase it: truly the "Grandfather" of Isekai, the one that did all the tropes we know and love-hate, CORRECTLY.

I'm looking forward to more world-building of Mushoku Tensei with its cultures and all, honestly I cannot fault Rifujin enough for creating such a vast world where everything is limitless (also because there wasn't any hard and fast rule). The characters become endearing overtime, say the 3 main female protags Roxy, Sylphie and Eris (for obvious reasons) and then the characters on the outset that changes the landscape for Rudeus's growth (Ruijerd and the rest), not to mention the whole world idea of this Laplace god.

Studio Bind is such an one-of-a-kind studio where its sole existence is to produce one show (much like M.S.C which largely stuck to Prince of Tennis production shows), and Mushoku Tensei definitely benefitted from such an arrangement. Despite the controversies at the beginning that most people will flame Rudeus for, it's the growing up years that'll define how great a male protag Rudeus is. Same as you, I'm pretty excited to see a modern-day masterpiece come to light, and I honestly can't wait for more Mushoku Tensei. I can't reference the manga version of the LN since it displaces a lot of content, but will definitely see where the anime heads to being one of the best shows that we've ever gotten in like a very long time.

Great to have you onboard the Mushoku Tensei train, and I'll just be keeping Roxy at the top of my list, bar none.
EnchantedHeart May 6, 6:33 PM
Thanks, I look forward to it.
EnchantedHeart May 6, 6:17 PM
Likewise. The art is gorgeous and the stories are so tragic and the beautiful/haunting ost compliments it so well. I'll be continuing it tonight. Hopefully I don't break down as I did with The Maid (Giselles's) story but I'm prepared for that since it's the final door.
A_Lonely_Jedi May 6, 4:42 PM
Well, it is cool to know how you decide to rate things and why you tend to lean on the lower side of ratings. I agree with you with how there doesn't seem to be very many new ideas and the typical show is really nothing special at all. I kind of took a break from anime once I started to work and ended up very sporadic on when I even watched anything period. In fact I got multiple friends into anime during about a 3 year period and I had only really watched maybe 3 or 4 shows during that whole time. When I finally became more consistent recently in the last 3 months I realized I thought completely differently about many shows I watched and had to change how I rated anime. Shows that I usually would have maybe rated a 7 or 8 I am more likely to rat a 4 or 5. I got a lot more critical and had new tastes.

That Jujutsu comment kind of hurts I rated it a 9. D: We just have different tastes and I know a lot of people who wouldn't like it's style, story, characters, or comedy that much. It really wasn't anything special and I could easily see why people say it is overrated. I just like that type of comedy more than most. Like I said earlier I hadn't really watched anything new in a while and I was starting to get back into watching things. (Now that I think about it I might adjust my score to an 8 when I really think about some of the drawbacks I had with it.)

You mention Mushoku Tensei and don't even realize that was my most hyped anime for me this year. I remember reading the web novel translation years ago and loving it! I agree with everything you say about it because that is exactly what I thought about the web novel back when I was reading it. I was so happy with the adaptation since usually light novel adaptations are horrible. They almost always are extremely rushed. The studio was also apparently created to adapt the whole light novel to an anime. They did a great job so don't listen to anybody who says they didn't. I can't remember enough about the rest of the series after what the first season covered since I only remember bits and pieces outside of that, but I remember it being fairly consistent. I especially remember Rudeus being very much a pervert. xD

Anyways, it was awesome to get a response from you! :)
KANLen09 May 6, 10:50 AM
WOW. The great Jas replying an informative comment? Hell yes.

To be frank, the first time I've heard about Mushoku Tensei was from a friend of mine, but it's only when the anime adaptation is announced that I started taking notice of it. And yeah, the overrated status of it being the "Grandfather of Isekai" only makes this show stand out more IMO (you can let me know how you feel about that claim).

I'd like Rifujin na Magonote's take on reincarnation at the start, but after watching so much mediocre "reincarnation" anime, I only thank the heavens for someone of high caliber to concoct an ACTUAL story. Rudeus is a controversial pervert, so what. Even if his memories were pegged from his last life, the world that he was reincarnated into actually doesn't have rules like these, and so long as he controls his pervertic thoughts I'm totally fine with it (though I kinda find it funny at the start).

Roxy though, from the moment she appeared on screen, I knew that she'd do enough to trounce one of my favourite characters (Yuru Camp's Nadeshiko) as my ideal waifu figure. She can be level-headed at times, but what I love most about her is that she gives in 100% and none of the perchance that she ever limits Rudeus's capability (see Episode 2) to overcome his trauma. Rudeus is first and foremost, a pervert, but this character development is what makes him a great protagonist. Even the LN volumes that depict each and every single age chapter of Rudeus's life is enough for me to forgive his young days of early shortcomings.

BTW, Seasons 2 and 3 are already in production, so how do you feel about that?
EnchantedHeart May 6, 3:00 AM
The maid from House in Fata Morgana...I'm currently playing the VN and am on the last door and just happened to come across your profile thanks to your profile pic, what a coincidence.
A_Lonely_Jedi May 4, 4:30 PM
Hi! I notice your ratings all the time whenever I look at my friends rating for different anime and I was just wondering how “your” rating system works since all the time I see you rate something a 10 and then next thing I know you rate something a 3. I don’t have any problem with it or anything in fact it actually makes me laugh since I can never guess what you’ll like. I can usually tell what the rest of the people on my friends list will like, but you are just very unpredictable which is a good thing.

Also, I was very hyped when the Raptors won the title and was on the edge of my seat when Kawhi’s shot went in against the 76ers.
IshigamiCrisis May 4, 12:37 PM
Thank you for reading the review I co-wrote. Yeah, Fruits Basket: The Final is pretty darn problematic yet somehow it's in the top 50 anime...Oof, I feel bad for you watching already over 50 episodes of a series that you don't like...Even though our opinions differ for S1 which is perfectly fine, I'm curious what's motivating you to keep watching? For me, I'm planning to write a complete review heavily criticizing the last season so people don't let the extremely severe problems fly over their heads. I wish you the best of luck if you don't drop.
ktulu007 May 3, 11:57 AM
Thank you. I'll add it to my queue.
SakayanagiCOTE May 2, 11:05 AM
Yeah it is very sweet so far. Do you know if volume 3 is out or not?
SakayanagiCOTE May 2, 10:57 AM
I just finished the first 2 volumes and I completely see what you mean. Very mature interactions but it does delve into some unnecessary repetitions at some points. Solid novel overall though

I'm also reading through Otonari no tenshi-sama and that one seems to be a better romance story so far.
SakayanagiCOTE Apr 30, 12:22 PM
Just one more question, do you have any thoughts on Gimai Seikatsu so far? I just started it and I've heard that it's good from a couple people