who is the best girl in IS: Medieval Ages and why is it Kurulucifer?
>why is it Kurulucifer?
AWW HELL NO, why is lisha such a slut??
not pure like Kurulucifer!
It's actually okay and tries to advance the plot, unlike IS. I still don't like what they did with the MC, and they will probably resolve it in a totally stupid manner (I have read only the first two volumes).
Apart from that, it's pretty nice to see how much Okiura's art has developed since IS. You can basically follow his progress.
So what is the plot, exactly? Like in Bahamut, MC wants to find his brother and destroy him. An alright plot to work for.
The hell's Asterisk have? School settings usually don't have an end goal, or at least a clear one.
There is this + Juuou Mujin no Fafnir
Why are such shameless Infinite Stratos knock offs allowed? Where is the copyright?
>Only Male MC in a women only school, has the capabilities that is supposedly only supposed to be unique to women.
If IS copied this from another LN as well, then that just makes it even worse and my point still stands.
Not really weird.
The translator is pretty slow and Vanadis takes full priority. After that Gakusen (he is still two volumes behind).
And then this.
He only translated volume 2, as far as I know, because people wanted him to focus on this instead of Gakusen.
Personally, I think Ayato (Gakusen's MC) is extremely, fiercely generic. But in this case, "generic MC" is a marked improvement over the utter shite that is Ichika.
As for Bahamut, my interest in it rose dramatically once I found out that its MC, Lux, was actively involved in the setting's politics and not just letting things happen to him (the usual contrivances to push him into an otherwise all-girls' school aside)
Five, but don't even bother reading ahead.
The subplot which is essential to volume 6 and onwards was completely cut, it was not even mentioned.
And a lot of other details are missing, just read everything if you care.
>Lux, was actively involved in the setting's politics
Oh shit, is he really? I may have to actually get off my ass and start reading this, then.
I won't even have to wait for Setsuna to translate this shit.
Never bothered reading it so I don't know about the similarities; I just looked at the illustrations because of Nekosuke. I guess we can count anything similar to IS after IS aired for the first time.
Kurulucifer is definitely the best girl.
Left - best girl
Right - second best girl
I like you.
>Imouto wants the D to herself
>Anything but purest form of love
The last follower of the empire, the "most cruel assassin" appears.
"Nice to meet you my master. For assassination, or for other use, I wouldn't mind if you were to use my body as you felt like it."
The girl who appeared in front of Lux, Yoruko kirihime. In the past she used to be called the blade of the empire, now burning of passion towards Lux, she wishes for the renewal of the empire and the destruction of the kingdom, bringing disorder to the school.
And finally beginning at the capital, the tournament. In the midst of such fights, a new powerful ennemy appears, while at the same time to prevent the incoming attack from the rebel troops, Lux is given by the ministry an important task.
The capital will face an unprecedented crisis, the fight begins !
>Nice to meet you my master. For assassination, or for other use, I wouldn't mind if you were to use my body as you felt like it."
>The girl who appeared in front of Lux, Yoruko kirihime. In the past she used to be called the blade of the empire, now burning of passion towards Lux, she wishes for the renewal of the empire and the destruction of the kingdom, bringing disorder to the school.
Best girl incoming!
I'm the exact opposite, really. I have trouble getting into a game if I'm playing a girl character.
Never understood the "because they're prettier to look at" reason either.
I will agree that armor is cute, though.
She hates men, Lux has to dress as a woman.
Oh so I was right when I looked through vol3 images, the girl on the right here is Lux crossdressing?
I understand this illustration now