>learn about Lina
>decide to read LN's
>get all the way to the visitor chapters
>she's hardly fucking in them
>the arc is actually some boring as shit story about parasites
Onii-sama fucking shit up is great. The rest of the time it's long and often confusing stretches non-action padded out with things that even the POV characters note as useless padding.
Your fault for thinking she'd actually get a major role rivaling 101st/Yotsuba interests or Miyuki.
At least she got more focus from her pov than Onii-sama's apostle side kicks. Maybe because
she won't be appearing after that arc for a while, if at all.
Expecting anything besides Nipponk stronk and blonde foreigner who is somehow partly Japanese falling in love with Japanese Ninja Jesus.
What's funny is the fact that the author wrote this story seriously and didn't intend to make it into the comedy that it is.
Yotsuba girls minus Miyuki are the best.
Fumiya is cute as a girl
Shame I didn't find any fanarts with him alone ;_;
Onii-sama's godly powers should be able to keep Miyuki a loli, what a blunder, Onii-sama.
>not crazy for him
>implying she wasn't just a tsundere
He's the heir candidate just because he has qualifications, but almost everybody ignores it, they believe Miyuki's gonna be the next head. He doesn't have any chances for it so his crossdressing is ignored.
She was in love with him from the start.
Well, for someone who kept her distance she sure knew everything about him (that can be observed that is).
Just as Erika will gather her courage and give hers this time, making a statement she doesn't mind being close to Yotsuba?
Just like author's favorite Fuji-nee won't be giving hers this year. Give up, your dreams won't be restored.
So mahouka got licensed by Yen Press. I always thought it would be safe due to the incest themes, so I'm surprised it got licensed, especially considering all the hate the anime received. Would the light novels really go over well with a western audience?
You need to read the reminiscence chapter... volume 8 of the novel.
She literally found him a stranger, bordering on scary.
died, and he resurrectedher right there.
That brought admiration, gratitude, and eventually her feelings.
Yes, she also at some point found out he was her brother, but that's on intellectual level.
Now, a bit of a quotation from psychology books:
- a proper sibling relationship requires siblings to be, at least initially, brought up properly close, to "imprint"
Yotsuba happened to prevent that for them
- Siblings who were brought up in a disfunctional fashion, distant or separate (thus preventing a proper sibling bond) usually find each other sexually attractive and experience a very strong sexual drive towards each other.
- The reasons for the above are not fully explained or even systematically researched, but it's a factor very commonly recorded in incest cases that do get referred to the shrinks, privately or by the courts.
Is there an overarching plot to this series, or is it more like a bunch of whack-a-mole where something comes up and is dealt with only to not really matter much after that? Are the characters mostly static or do you feel they're given decent development?
Both of them are some of the Greatest Love Stories Ever Told.
"That" event only became excuse for Miyuki to show her feelings towards Tatsuya and cleared her doubts about what he feels about her.
Through whole Vol.8 you can see Miyuki struggling with her feelings and trying to find a way to bridge the gap.
Though she is still not out of the woods yet because she is using "onii-sama, onii-sama" to convince herself the feelings are sisterly love when in fact they are romantic love.
Noice, so how many months from now?
Hopefully the author not abandoning Linafag.