Is there a woman more beautiful than Deedlit?
>Is there a woman more beautiful than Deedlit?
It's a pretty fluffy outfit.
TV Sheris made the best transition as far as redesigns go.
Not bad, but best girl from the TV series was Leaf.
I love the fact that all the pictures you can find about Lodoss are straight from some 90's fanpages.
Currently watching Lodoss War TV, can confirm that Leaf is best girl.
The dwarf is pretty damn based, and Spark is pretty good considering his original character donut steel design and name. Anybody willing to perform the Joestar family secret technique immediately wins my respect.
And Ashram is a really cool and charismatic villain, I'm surprised considering how bland he is in the OVA.
It's naturally disappointing considering it's a TV series, but
In terms of actual motion, other than embarrassingly awful non-fight in episode five the animation is decent for an obviously low-budget show. The Shooting Star showdown between Parn and Ashram's parties is pretty damn great and has good animation for most of it.
The most beautiful character in all of anime.
He could even have that red haired girl
Dude was so dense, had Lodoss gone on longer he would have had his own harem.
Almost really did add Shiris as his second girl in the harem.
At least his mage friend had some swag.
Yeah, Slayn was pretty baller.
And yet it was meek little Etoh who got to marry the princess and become king.
I was happy to see the nice guy finish first for once.
I really liked how the first episode was pretty much a DnD or any tabletop RPG session animated.
>MFW thinking "man, there was a time Norio Wakamoto didn't do villians or comedic characters"
>MFW Woodchuck became a villian anyways.
I hate when Voice Actors give spoiler with their tendencies.
>I really liked how the first episode was pretty much a DnD or any tabletop RPG session animated.
You realize the script for the TV series is based off the source material, aka just a pnp recorded session of the author and his friends? The OVA changes shit around but the TV was faithful to it, which is why Parn never amounts to jack shit because the guy playing Parn always lost his rolls.
I would've continued saying stuff, but loving elves as a human only gets tragic after a certain age.
Unless you consider romantic and nice dying of old age on your bed while wiping your elven waifu's tears away from her still youthful face and telling her that you were happy and that there was no better life you could've asked for, then watching over them all from the heavens, waiting patiently and then finally one day after many years she comes to you, so you can both be together again, and watch your children together. I do, kind of, it's tragic but a happy ending in the end.
Ah but you need sadness to feel happiness again.
There is no life that's entirely happy. Pain and sorrow will come. You will have to endure.
Such is our path.
I remember watching Lodoss and thought it was pretty nice but when I gave it a second try after a year I nearly fell asleep during the first episode.
I thought you were dead Bob Ross.
Everyone knows that breaking an elf's hymen brings the length of your lives in sync
They're so cute though, they should make you happy, if anything.
>If I turn my back on them, I'm dead.
>pnp recorded session of the author and his friends?
yes and not only that, that's not even how the session went. That's how the author wished the session would've gone. RotLW is a fanfiction of a pnp session.
Etoh was the priest.
Slayn was the wizard. Who got married to the girl they saved from Karla. Um. Laylia if I remember right and becomes father to Neese, who travels with Spark in the terrible, horrible, no good, very bad TV series.
And not taking responsibility.
Love you, too, anon-kun.