>Plays for the team
>Buys the team
>Set it all up from the beginning of the series
Mai is an interesting and likable character. She is very kind and polite but nonetheless shows considerable mental fortitude and determination. She doesn't act stupidly, is levelheaded, brave, quick-thinking and competent (thought not overwhelmingly so as she doesn't always succeed and does need help from others at times).
And she shows considerable character development over the course of her series. Mai was cast out of her family by her harsh father and sent to a boarding school, which caused her to feel abandoned and unwanted. However she was able to adapt to her new environment, as well as learn to open herself to and trust others as well as to make friends. Her friends in turn helped Mai to accept herself as she was and to overcome the feelings of inadequacy caused by her father's treatment of her. And in spite all of her personal difficulties and troubled past, Mai remained throughout a kind and caring girl who loves to help others.
No she isn't.
The manga is called Remix Heart. Here are some links for it:
Is he the new dude at the dojo or the one that's been training their for years?
Because the osananjimi guy just stands there and watches as the father-dude insists she be publicly impregnated to birth an heir
>post god-tier mc's
>you post the most human-tier mc there is
Accelerator was a truly awful character. And the way he did a 180 and went from a sadistic monster that enjoys torturing people to death to a saint willing to take a bullet to the heart in order to save the life of a little girl was absolutely ridiculous.
Manga actually finished like 4-5 years ago or something. You didn't have to wait for the last volume which was like 2 years of waiting on its own
Art is really good and if you liked the story/characters you will still like the manga and maybe moreso.
It's hard to dislike a fully unapologetic harem that parodies itself by going full-out.
Most of the other self-parody stuff like that is cringeworthy because it tries too hard to make fun of itself.
>People are seriously posting female MC's
This thread is shit.
I know Chinese cartoons generally don't have a lot of subtext, but that doesn't mean you can just give up
UH OH THIS THREAD IS DANGEROUSLY LOW ON LOYALTY TO THE PRINCESS
It was popular here when it first started. When the releases stopped being so frequent, no one gave a shit anymore.
Its going to be popular when its animated.
Yeah, yeah they used that as an excuse later on to rationalize his ridiculous personality shift after presenting him as the sort of villain that Dick Dastardly would ask him to tone it down. If it really had been an act he wouldn't have murdered all of those clones.
Raildex characters in general have awful personalities and character development. Accelerator still manages to stand out among them though.
I wouldn't call it generic though. They whole premise is very original if you ask me. The harem part may be generic, but there isn't a love interesting so far. Maybe Ayane, but I don't know.
The parodies are funny, not all, but most of them, and the art is not bad. The thing that keeps me reading it, is the comedy though. And lets face it, it has a good PLOT .
Although, it's 7/10 at least.
Mai may not have been the one to strike him down, but her actions did prevent him from actually achieving his goal. So she still in effect "won" even if she didn't actually take him out.
He was essentially the MC for the first half of the manga.
Mai isn't a Mary Sue; I already mentioned that she's not perfect. She makes mistakes, such as trusting a guy who was out to harm her, and isn't exceptionally powerful compared to the rest of the characters in her series. She doesn't win every fight she ends up in and does at times need the help and support of others in order to succeed. Also she's not universally loved everyone around her. Mai does have friends, but she's not the school idol or anything like that.
In summary Mai makes mistakes, isn't particularly powerful and isn't especially popular, so she doesn't fit the definition of Mary Sue.
He's the one actually moving the story forwards and completing the hero's journey. If it wasn't for Thorfinn fighting Thorkell, he'd just be a background character in the prologue.