A wizard approaches you with an offer.
Nepgear will fall madly in love with you and marry you. The years to come will be nothing but heavenly bliss, a marathon of romance and cuddles and sex.
This will only last for 10 years, however. The April of 2027, Nepgear will meet another man who she immediately falls in love with. She'll slowly grow more distant from you, and on August 28th 2027 she will abruptly ghost you in order to go be with him. She never speaks another word to you again no matter how many years you try to contact her, and you never find closure.
If you agree to the wizard's offer, he'll wipe your memory of the relationship's conclusion, so there's no way to emotionally brace yourself for what's to come.
What say you, /a/? Do you agree to 10 years of holy matrimony knowing that your heart will be crushed at the end?
Fuck no. I'd rather take up Nietzsche's bullshit offer of committing my life to a great task instead of any woman than to get 10 years into a pussy only to wake up without it.
Il buy a god, live in mountains and die happy knowing my work will end up having a greater influence on young minds than most any parental figure ever will.
Thats how bullshit of an offer that is.
Why is this one so special
In a sea of shit I wouldn't even want to read if handed for free, how did this series actually manage to be worthwhile
And why are so many others failing at that
Light novels in general are trashy excuses for mediocre literature which often fail to construct any coherent structure, story or characters. Most of them are either extremely boring or so edgy that it hurts to read them, since they could've been written by 13-year olds.
This is one of the very few exceptions; it took a unique premise that was admittedly a bit dull, and made it into something fresh and likable, which is mostly because of the fantastic dynamic between the two lead characters. It also somehow made medieval economics interesting, which I found amusing.
Because if you changed the author name to Jhon Smith you would never imagine it was adapted to anime. Besides Holo design, it really isn't anime-ish. Also, what they say, shit is actually good
What is your serious thoughts and criticisms on Ore no Imouto ga Konna ni Kawaii Wake ga Na. Mainly the Anime. If you have thoughts on the light novel or manga then please share.
Let's post sad or scared anime girls and yell mean things to them.
Taking a poll. Will will win the tournament of power and how? post your predictions below
who would win in a fight to the death?
Didn't see one in the catalog, don't tell me we can't discuss pre 2000s anime anymore because of the new guidelines.
Left: old and busted
Right: new hotness
What do you think of 2014 anime?
ITT: Characters ruined by their terrible voice actors
This is your comfy anime for next season. With a bit of food for thought too.
So what the fuck even happened in the end? It doesn't even make sense. Ok, we at least avoided NTR ending, but this is still exactly rushed as I expected. Anyway your thought?
I'm going to post this everyday until you like it.
Why's he such a piece of shit?
Too whiny. He should be satisfied already, he got his fame. Those kind of things normally never last. That said his wife was obviously pretty much the same shit as him so it doesnt matter.
What do you do when your waifu arguably doesn't even exist in the show they are in
>Literally just another "badass saves damsel in distress" with the genders reversed
how do people even like this, I fell asleep 3-4 times watching it. Are the novels this bad too?
It's about two people forming a mother-son bond. And spear fights.
It doesn't compare to damsel in distress stories because there's no expectation of romance or any kind of reward from the damsel.