Who is the best to love ru and why is it Yui?
Lala and Yami are decent answers.
That's really all she's got, stick her in any other manga and she'd be pretty forgettable.
Yui is the only one who didn't suck
Momo comes in second
Anyone else hate how the nemesis thing played out?
Now whenever we follow Rito, we might have to see Nemesis, who's kind of shit.
What does Lala's lalas feel like?
I swear man, when this series ends and Rito doesn't fuck Momo first, I am going to be pissed, she loves him that fucking much that she literally wants him to have a these chicks, so he doesn't have to be a beta about choosing just one, she's literal wife material.
I want Momo to get fucked first but I doubt the series will ever get there. If anything the ending will most likely be just like TLR, a fucking ambiguous "eh, nandatte?" end.
>has been focused on the harem plan
I feel like it's more momo trying to deal with the fact that she cant win so she has to try a route where she at least gets some attention from a guy who I cant even remember where she fell in lvoe with him.
I don't think you realize that the slow progress of TLR is what makes it a money cow.
She was like that for a few chapters but almost every other chapter she's pushing some girl on him.
Momo won't get anything, it is a waste
>almost every other chapter she's pushing some girl on him.
Because she knows and we know he's a pussy and wont do anything. She'll just be Rito's weiner warmer the way she's playing. But it's kind of what she wants I guess.
I still don't understand why the japs like Haruna, she so stale and hasn't had much relevancy in the current season like I get they like wholesome wives but why not Mikan, she's versed in wife duties and isn't stale as a month old donut.
That is depressing, Rito got himself deep in the FZ if that were the case. He might as well gender swap and call it a day
Yui's good, but she tastes nothing like a forbidden fruit
Nemesis > Yami = Mikan > Nana > Mea > Momo > Lala > Yui > the rest
It can't be helped. She doesn't get my juices going. She's honestly kind of a wet blanket compared to the other girls, but still cute though.
Nana is best. For me anyways.
Second best is Yami, followed by Nemesis.
She's petite, not a loli. Nemesis is loli, a teasing kuudere loli at that, and she's a real child compared to Nana.
Why does it sound like you're implying all of the girls aren't stereotyped as hell anyways?
Yami because she possibly has the most deretypes over the course of the manga.
Started out as Dandere, went to Kuudere, bacame Yandere for a short it, and is now Tsundere.
Nana's more tsun than dere. Yui's more dere than tsun.
To elaborate more, Yui's not even a tsundere. She's just shy about her feelings while Nana is not honest about them.
It's more that they are well made stereotypes. Which as much as I love TLR honestly the girls are barely even that. What sets most of them apart is Yabuki's art and the lewdness of the situations they get in.
>>133404040 This anon sums up why Yami is somewhat unique and I would say Momo is the only other girl that falls into the same category.
What made Momo stand out to me is that she was so gung ho for the harem plan but occasionally battled with the idea that deep down she actually wanted Rito to herself, an emotional conflict that never shows up in another harem series. As far as I know that isn't a "deretype" and that internal conflict of having to choose between sacrificing everyone's happiness for her own or throwing away her true goal in order to make all her friends happy is what makes her a good character. Hopefully we get more of that.
Subconsciously yes but she is actively fighting that with the harem plan, even if it's ultimately what she doesn't want.
Hell Yui is probably the closest to NTRdere, she's said that she will only do lewd things if Rito promises it's only with her.
Are we reading the same series here? All the girls are defined by their archetype and the plot that develops and characterizes them is derived by their personality that is based on their generic archetype. Even Yami who has mixed archetypes is a slave to stereotypes throughout her development.
>are barely even that
That's putting it lightly for girls who are way very formulaic to be "well made". The ecchi situations they get into and their reactions are a major contributing fact that speaks for itself.
Mixed deres like Yami isn't that rare or unique. She's a kuutsundere who went through a fleeting period of yandere out of circumstances. Emotional conflict that stirs character development isn't that uncommon in TLR. Yui, Nana, and Mea has them too, not just Yami and Momo. But it's not like emotional conflict is needed to make a girl stand out more or something. Nemesis is a simple character, but she's likes to have fun and mess around, and can be serious when the situation warrants it, much like any girl in TLR really when they need to be for serious plot time.
>Emotional conflict that stirs character development isn't that uncommon in TLR. Yui, Nana, and Mea has them too
very formulaic, Yami too but Momo seems to be less standard than the other girls. She has this struggle of "I'm clearly not going to win so I have to make this harem plan" but occasionally has thoughts of getting Rito all to herself despite how futile it is. It's interesting to see her wrestle with that whereas most harem girls just try to win the MC's heart, not thinking about their chances or alternatives to winning the MC for themselves.
I don't understand why I like having these deep analytical discussions about a fucking ecchi series. Surely the author and Yabuki didn't want us to think this hard about the series
She's sexy, has best taste in underwear, is a tsundere, and wants the D the most. What more can you ask for?
Best supporting girl.
Before watching TLR she was my best girl, but Yui and Mikan won me over. I still like her, though.
I give the authors a fair bit of credit.
The premise of TLR could be boiled down to:
>Dozens of beautiful women fall in love with MC, and his face is constanty buried in pussy. All of his problems are not magically solved by this.
That's an utter reversal of romance tropes, it's refreshingly true to life, and it sets the stage to explore the concept that love can be the adventure, not the prize at the end.
So TLR is indeed archetype-heavy, but those archetypes are allowed to interact in unwonted, and more realistic, ways.
>realize the whole galaxy, including his loved ones, are in danger
>see the King of Deviluke beat up Nemesis in order to protect the world and his family
>see Nemesis get all beaten up
>yell at the King of Deviluke "I can't just see a girl die and do nothing about it"
Why do all of her fantasies imagine herself being pregnant?
Not much. She is fairly irrelevant and more or less a background character in most of her scenes.
Momo > Mea > Yami > rest in terms of screentime, but Yabuki/Hasemi just recently announced Nemesis is being promoted to "main character" so she'll be popping up a lot more now; probably on par with Momo (aka every chapter).
I've been reading since the original and I more or less agree with him. Nemesis has been top since she first appeared.
Unfortunately, true best girl gets barely any attention.
And anyway, she is a freaking walking rape magnet and there is still no hentai about her? WTF?
A character like this should be an endless source of inspiration for hentai artists.
She molests teenage girls for a living. You can where Rito inherits his groping from.
She's in the anime.
It makes you wonder what Ringo is doing offscreen. She could be touching hundreds of girls.
I hope Mea finds out about Nemesis next chapter.
The issue I have with TLR is that too much time is spent on ecchi and dat plot instead of actual plot and character development. Because of the monthly release and the occasional side story TLR is moving at a snail's pace. There have been some good moments of character development, probably one of the better ones is Run's chapter when Run and Ren separate and talks about how she doesn't want to fall behind in the love game and makes Rito consider the harem plan. In short she became less of a spoiled brat and has vulnerabilities and self-doubt about being able to compete with Lala.
Shit, even Rito has character development. Compare him now to what he was in the first chapter of TLR (not Darkness) and you can see differences. For example, Rito suspects Momo going forward with the harem plan because she wants him to love her (Chapter 17 pg. 40-41). Which proves he's not as dense as most Harem Main Characters are. He's actually quite a productive person and not a waste of genes.
Here's the deal, you can have plot progression and character development with the ecchi. It takes a real wombo-combo manga writer and artist to master such a feat. As I've said before there's no balance between the ecchi and the character development/plot. What I've noticed they do a chain of ecchi chapters, and then do a chain of plot chapters. Even then some plot chapters don't really have much development. There's no equilibrium and that's holding the series back from being a decent/good manga to being an amazing manga.
>probably one of the better ones is Run's chapter when Run and Ren separate
That's probably the weakest plot-related chapter to date, he just went fuck it and solve a long running problem right off the bat, in one chapter and remove her only distinctive feature.
>devote dozens of chapters for a setup to develop one character out of many
Nobody knows how this manga will pan out but if they forsake the plan it would be downright retarded.
No character in love-ru is copy-pasted from other works. They have all lots of differences.
Yami for example is more cold hearted compared to Eve. She is someone that killed many with no regret. And she is more of a loner.