Yeah sure, if you're willing to put in the 30+ hours of reading it takes before you see her.
>Erika is the most irritating piece of shit in the whole thing.
It's not quite wortth reading solely for Erika alone, but once you add Dlanor in there, it's certainly worth reading for the two of them.
You don't even need Erika. Dlanor is perfection.
Erika doesn't even appear until the second half of the series: Chiru. But yes, she really is worth the wait and one of my favorite antagonists.
You will probably enjoy episodes 1-4 though, they're the best written episodes and have incredible moments of glory and spookiness. Also if you have a thing for MILFs and the supernatural you won't be bored.
>last read EP 6 in October
I don't need to restart it right?
She is an awful cunt. If anything, the VN makes you hate her in an incredibly efficient way, while still connecting to her as she has reasons and motivations for all of her otherwise bizzare actions, and for everyone else not liking her(Including Dlanor at the end).
Episode 3 is probably the most memorable of the series. It's not until then that Battler learns how to fight back, so episode 2 is a little slow. I still kinda like 2, since it's the most like a horror movie, but maybe that only happens towards the end. It's been ages since I last read any of this.
Episode 2 probably has the slowest start in the whole series, it's more just introducing the whole meta-battle concept and the red truth and such. There are some pretty decent fights, and the end is really, really hype though.
I would thorat and face fuck Erika while her wrist are duct tape behind her back and leave her in a sloppy mess of drool, tears, and seamen. Ill even slap her face until in turns red plus spit on it. I wouldn't be disturbed by it because Erika looks and seems like the type of girl who would enjoy having her thorat violated.
...what's the fuck is wrong with me /a/?
This guy's right.
An Umineko with any other MC would be horrible.
Yeah, Dlanor is pretty damn underrated desu.
She's got so much heart, I love that scene where she, Battler and Virgillia have a friendly chat over the concept of trust in mysteries. What a bro.
That discussion was the thing that sent me hard into the mystery genre.