Hard mode: Not people trapped in a RPG
The MC and his friends are all monsters, Orcs, Dragons, Goblins etc., and they are like a cleanup crew for the king, taking care of difficult and dangerous jobs in exchange for a part of the kingdom where humans aren't allowed.
>Adaptation of a video game.
What could possibly go wrong.
Also, fuck that bitch! I got Mercedes to max before she leaves and gave her the ring...twice, gone to shop to get armor for minions and got stuck with that whore ending.
On my second playthrough, in the first ofc I got witch loli
MC is the king of the land where all the adventurers roam and he has to deal with their reckless murderhoboing while attending to his own harem.
That doesn't sound bad, as long as...you know, they actually did fantasy staff, the last thing we need is another fantasy anime were absolutely nothing happens.
If they crawl dungeons and fight evildoers I'm on it, if they are gonna eat cake and go shopping no.
Characters start in a high fantasy world. They are dirt poor and die young to the plague.
Episodes 1-4 is moe interactions and getting you attached to the characters.
Episodes 5-12 is watching them die a slow painful death while trying various cures that don't help.
>The chosen one's party finally graduates and goes off to fight the demon king
>By the way you weren't the first chosen ones we sent out so we only have 4 legendary weapons left sorry lol
>Series is about the party trying to fight with a a warrior who can only dual wield shields, a sorceror who can only cast debuff magic, a knight who gets a legendary horse of legends but no weapons, and an assassin who can only use strings to fight
I was thinking more of a comedy series
>everyone does 0 FUCKIN damage so they have to rely on debuff wizard to grind
>poisons field of slimes then forgets about it
>next day entire ecosystem has been destroyed because of the poison
>get run out of town by angry mob
>Assassin gets excited with his new string powers, thinks he's gonna be a badass like pic related
>Nope his string is about a foot long
>Every level gained is another foot
>Early game is just him strangling everyone to death
>dying to plague
Unless mages and healers are super jews charging for everything and willing to let someone die if they're unable, you better have an excuse for plague being a thing at all.
People trapped in an RPG.
The world is actually a rocket propelled grenade, the "Impending doom" the MCs are trying to prevent is actually the impact of the rocket on a tank. Possibly a historically crucial one.
A GOD DAMN SOLDIER/KNIGHT WITH FULL CONCEALING HELMET THAT ONLY COMMUNICATE WITH GESTURE AS THE FUCKING MAIN CHARACTER.
Hot damn, why is there no show like this?
a psychic finally publish a idiot guide on how to channel mental powers to affect the world around the users. The book is reprinted in more than 20 languages.
people suddenly discover how to harness these powers, coupled with chemicals and tech into near magical abilities.
since channeling mental powers require a lot of work and time and take a toll on the body, only a few ever master more than one discipline.
in this setting, the anime story start with when an upstart investigation firm is entrusted to investigate the sudden disappearance of a school bus filled with high society teenage gril... girls.
Make an anime adaptation of the lord of the rings
with Frodo and Sam being girls.
I got it
>Legendary item is the greaves of battle, incomplete set because the other chosen ones only took the swords, and fists, which explains the dual shields
>Person who gets the greaves is paralyzed from the waist down
> World is in fantasy magic medieval stasis
> Antagonist is a guy coming from an alternate world(our world)
> this guy bringing over the gifts of good plumbing, easy transportation, arithmetic, modern medicine, firearms, etc. to this fantasy world.
> Mages try to do what they can to prevent this guy from running the mage business into the ground.
> the mages keep failing because damn, who wouldn't be happy that no one has endure getting splatted by Gardez L’eau anymore
>a normal (magic school)
The MC is a girl with glasses and braids in her second year of magic school. She has two childhood friends that are in the same class as well.
One (autumn) day, they decide to explore the woods a few kilometers away. Of course, the MC is a bit reluctant at first, but her friends encourage her that nothing's going to happen to them.
They convince a stranger to ride them close to the forest (he's curious as to what the girls might be doing)..
Dropped off less than 400 meters, they start walking toward the forest, but then they notice a shiny silver fence (in the shape of a tube) that seemingly floats in midair.
MC and her friends see that, but they just crawl under it (what's the worst that could happen?), and continue on. The vegetation grows more and more lusher the deeper they get in, and so does the temperature. Before they knew it, they had taken off most of their clothes.
The sky suddenly becomes dark, and eyes are seen glowing (yellow eyes). The girls grab eachother in fear, and just as they think about running, the sky becomes bright again.
a female voice can be heard in the distance
>th-'ell do 'yer think yer' doing, kuso boke?
>n-neechin, we were just having fun, please don't hit me~!
>the woman sighs and says "we finally get some guests and you're trying to scare them away..it's just like you Munoiru"
>"and the rest of you, don't just do whatever he tells you do!"
>they answer in one of those drawn out "okaaaaaayyys"
>"Now go apologize to them!"
Three tall silhouettes appeared in the distance. One female, and two male looking ones.
Suddenly, they appeared less than 10 meters away from the girls.
>"My name's Kinuhata, the leader of the Ginkoku elves, and that's my pathetic excuse for a little brother, Minoiru", said a tall elf with a tiny pointy hat and a well toned, exposed midriff
>Silenced faceless main character that can only communicate though gestures
>Has to quest around with a group of magical girls and shit like that, because something something cute girls sells BDs
>Every time it appears he's going to add some insight or say something, someone talks over him
>He makes it heavily apparent that he give zero fucks, attacks people mid monologue
>Wizards and shit everywhere, no sword fights to be found
>Entire story of ancient evil and dark wizards revolving all around this guy who just wants to sword fight another person
I'm sure there's more that could be added
>A great threat looms. The king is dead and the empire is falling apart
>A young man is found by the church, and tasked to end the threat by defeating the terrible enemy, along with a chosen few comrades
>The threat is the human hero, who slew the demon king. The entire story is about a group of mooks tracking down and murdering him,
>Fighting group of evil faggots
>Magical girls about to kill them but pull the "We can't kill them or we'll be just li-"
>Cut to knight stabbing the everloving fuck out of the villain while everyone tries to hold him back
Man, I'll fund that hard if I could.
Who would not?
the gameplay is pretty shallow as soon you realize the core mechanics.
no difference than any garbage mobages. heck most popular japanese mobages like kanColle is infinitely superior than that garbage because they have better art and better gameplay despite still having simple gameplay.
speaks volume on how garbage is blood bowl
MC is a vampire loli that has just woken up after an unknown time of sleep. She's lost most of her powers and memories and has to hide her true identity until she can regain them. All she can remember upon waking up is a deep sense of loss. The anime is about her travelling through the world and trying to remember her past.
Kind of like Kino's Journey.
>Group finally comes across a swordsman
>Knight gets all pumped, finally the kick ass sword fight he's been waiting for
>Wizards blow the enemy swordsman up with a single spell, bonus rage points if they strike a stupid pose or say something like, "well that sure was easy!"
>Knight's soul when
>Hot springs episode
>First 5 minutes is kyaa dont peek on me silly mc :3
>Realize he's actually not going to
>Reverse in which they try to get a peek at him but end up getting fucked since he set up traps
>They finally get a peek and see pic related minus the face
>Everyone is now permanently wet for him
All those potentials.
>everyone on their last legs
>dark wizard of evil fucks stops
>pulls him and the mc into an arena
pulls out a fucking sword
>knight just stops for a minute
>starts shaking uncontrollably
>"I've been waiting for thi-"
>Magical shots from girls blow the arena away
>"We could never let our friend down! Now let's finish him Mc-kun!"
>Mc proceeds to deliver most unenthusiastic final move in the world
> story about an orc with a heavenly singing voice
> raised as a warrior but wanted to be a kickass lute bard
> lives in a world where duarfs, elfs, orcs, human perpetually battling each other
> one day god comes down to tell the orc that his voice will save the world
> story ends when orc turns a massive 4 race final battle into the largest lute concert where everyone realize that they want no more of war
> orc's name is lurbuk
I feel like the ending final reveal will be that MC armorkun is a set of living armor sworn to come alive and protect the world from evil. So when they defeat big bad and evil is gone life from his armor starts fading.
Daily Lives of City Guards. Including such adventures as
>responding to bar brawls
>dispersing rowdy crowds
>"i'm getting too old for this shit"
>performing routine checks on incoming traffic at the city gates
>requesting that the merchant's suspicious-looking lady friend raise her hood
>hoping to get home in time for dinner, only to be waylaid by chatty, slightly senile old lady
>realise that old lady's ramblings always lead you to uncover some plot to heist a bank or wealthy merchant's store
>season finale arc is uncovering a cultist plot to summon a demon, because they always have to do something like that for finales
>"this is way above my pay grade"
>battle ensues in the market square
>cultists sling magic, guards dive between fruit carts while firing crossbows as birds take off and fruit gets exploded
>despite their best efforts, demon gets summoned anyways
>guards start taking massive casualties
>suddenly, townspeople start showing up
>throw whatever shit they have at it
>alchemists throwing vials of stuff
>blacksmiths throwing sharp things
>some crazy ass merchant rides in on his cart and rams the demon
>staggers it, stumbles into clock tower
>clock tower collapses onto it
>guards dogpile and stab the shit outta it, delaying it till the court mages can show up and banish the damn thing
start out by making creature concepts based on the evolution of real world animals
then imagine what type of world those animals would live in
then imagine what type of humans/aliens would hunt those animals for sustenance
then advance those hunter races into the future by atleast a thousand or two thousand years
voila, everything else that has to do with the fantasy part can be inspired by random crap you see every day
Sociopathic mercenary joins with a team of assassins to take down the elf queen of the last place with magic in the world. The mission fails like shit and everybody goes their ways, chased. Someone between them was a traitor.
Thats actually the novel im writing.
Now that I think of it I don't think I've ever watched anything like that. I don't even think any company would take that one, it's just too damn risky, maybe some independently produced stuff by some bored rich faggot.
Yes. And they arent limited to an island. There is also more stuff like an empire, a huge dragon, and some organizations but yeah, fuck my shit up, its Rokka.
City Guard SoL could be pretty neat.
>assigned to guard a nobles child because reasons
>corruption within the ranks that MC doesn't want to deal with
>tasked with protecting an important envoy to a neighbouring city
>saving a hunter from a pack of wolves/bear whilst patrolling
could call him Ian. Guard Ian.
>Not people trapped in a RPG
We can do better.
I want an anime about a group of high school students playing D&D. Animation switches between scenes of their daily life in the real world, and the fantasy world with their imagined player characters. Same VA for each PC corresponding to the real character, obviously. The DM's voice actor plays the role of every NPC in the fantasy world.
>a normal, peaceful early Middle Age city
>during the night, random objects from the future appear
>miniguns, bikes, gliders, hard shields, lasers that can set fire and self-powered pocket railguns
If only I could draw...I instantly formed a really good image in my mind.
Imagine this guy at a bar (that's illuminated by the golden sunset light that goes through the windows) with his fellow guards after a tiresome day.
He's drinking rum and thinking about how nice life is.
how about instead of people being transported to another world, this world suddenly transfoms into one that looks like an rpg, as in everybody gain magic powers and the ability to indefinitly improve both physically and magically.
the world also changes now lands appear and gates to another worlds start poping up along with monsters and other fantasy stuff.
as for the plot, the mc's town has been cut of from the rest of the world by labyrinth like forests and mountains and he along with many other must find a path back to the outside to find out what the hell is happening.
>this world suddenly transfoms into one that looks like an rpg
Boy that sounds familiar
I can draw but I have little to no drive to do anything. Forcing myself only seems to work some of the time or I tell myself I'll force myself and then just get distracted again. Or I'll force myself but then only practice anatomy or something that doesn't evolve into anything worthwhile.
Still, this guard sol idea has me tempted to do something. Shame, /a/s drawfags and writefags aren't as organised as the orchestra or sings bunch. Collectively we could probably knock out something not terrible.
If all else fails they could add in a narrator for the MC
>With quick thinking, armor-san deciphers the true meaning to the puzzle
>The glamorous chalices are meant to deceive the greedy, the dungeon will activate it's traps if they are disturbed
>The broken and faded chalice hidden in plain sight, that is the true legendary relic!
>He gestures to his companions, he has found the relic, their quest is finally over!
"Ehh, that piece of junk? There's no way that could be the relic!"
"Yeah, who'd want a relic that look like crap. Relics are supposed to be dazing beyond our wildest dreams and practically radiate potential magical power"
"Ahh this one here" one of the mages says, unearthing a massive golden goblet encrusted in gems, "this one's got to be the relic!"
>The dungeon begins to quake
>Armor-san begins to reflect on his life choices up to this point
>MC and company came from another world
>All ready to be a badass adventurer in this world
>Everyone BUT the MC gets to be an adventurer
>MC gets put on Guard duty because Milf noblewoman wanted to cock block one of MC's girls
>an assassin who can only use strings to fight.
At least they got something.
I would buy the rights to this book series.
Or just the author's whole oeuvre.
>an assassin who can only use strings to fight
You say that like it's a bad thing
>mc gets transported to high fantasy world like many others as chosen to defeat demon king
>for his class he chooses necromancer
>but everyone mocks him for being necromancer and most don't want nothing to do with him
>he almost always get chased away while trying to raise skeletons
>while one night drinking in the tavern reflecting on him sad life of necromancer adventure other drunk adventurers make fun of him again
>one drunk adventurer even gives him trophy staff than one hero brought from front lines to act more necro like so they can make fun of him
>annoyed he starts waving staff and saying gibberish so they would leave him alone but then accidentally the whole tavern
>he is drunk and confused how he blew half a tavern and turned everyone in there into skeletons
>townspeople thought he became evil they attack him and he kills them destroying town and raising everyone as undead
>he just goes with the flow and starts steamrolling north with his army towards king killing humans on the way and amassing his army
>on the way he befriends daemons, death knights and succubi
>Armor-san begins to reflect on his life choices up to this point
A small Japanese town is transported to a fantasy world. They can't curb stomp the enemy like JSDF in Gate, but must actually cope with the consequences of being cut off from the modern world. Diplomacy, small-scale battles, teaching the allies cool future tech while learning how to make do with few resources.
So, basically 1632 except instead of an American town being dropped in to the past, it's a Japanese town and a full-blown fantasy world.
In world where textbooks are limited, and only the lucky few are chosen to obtain these books. The promising ones. The strong ones. The only way for anyone to pass class..IS TO STEAL YOUR CLASSMATE'S BOOKS.
COSTLY SCHOOL RENOVATIONS EACH YEAR BECAUSE SOMEONE ACCIDENTALLY USED A FIRE SPELL IN THE CHEM LAB AGAIN.
Or something about fanservice and kneesocks..
Random medieval fantasy setting slice of life with different stories about different characters in different countries. Some last 1 episode some are arcs of 2-3 episodes.
Some could be about a group of adventurers crawling dungeons.
One could be about the daily duties of a city guard.
Some episodes about diplomatic conflicts between elves and human nations.
Some episodes about a slave hunter who starts to realize he is living his life wrongly
An episode about the daily basics of dwarven blacksmith in a human city
A random assassin doing dirty jobs to pay for his daughter expensive medicine.
Some episode about [introduce your favorite NPC character here]
I had a similar idea.
A tiny town is sent to the past, and the ancient men abduct the women to rape them. The men get mad, but they can't do anything as they're now.
They form a group, and they have an older, experienced with hunting guy to lead them. He gets sick and they need somebody younger to lead them. This is the MC's friend.
They go against the savages, and manage to rescue some of their women.. but it turns out they liked the savages....because they were treating them like real women.
Some of the men secretly join the savages to see what this is all about..
An alien "cop" is trapped in an RPG hunting other aliens who escaped into the game after a heist and the alien cop needs to hunt them down while becoming friends with young people who may or may not buy his story of being an alien and not just a role player faggot
>Fight Antag in final fight.
>Gets shot through the helmet with a bolt of energy.
>Helmet falls off.
>Wait for it.
>MC falls to the ground, the camera conveniently out of place to not reveal the MC's face.
>Antag is laughing menacing and quipping about how MC was a fool to challenge him.
>Mid-sentence, the antag is cut in half, revealing the MC's true identity.
>MC didn't have a head the entire time.
>MC is a dullahan.
>All this parodies
Don't you guys realize that exactly the problem with high fantasy anime? There is more parodies and bastardizations than actual fantasy works.
What about an anime about a party of characters that have to complete a quest?
Now, that would be interesting for a change, considering almost everything out there is about making fun of that premise but few actually follow it.
No shit! I obviously had no idea what a dullahan was despite knowing that it's common in German Folklore! Also Celtie was trying to get her head BACK. The MC in this case does not give a fuck and doesn't need his head. Now tell me something I didn't know.
Not that anon, but I imagined something like pic related..
Reincarnated as a male elf. All the other elves hate you because you act human, you don't have the elvish connection to the forest and shit because you were never young and innocent as an elf and already had a mature mind during your childhood. You turn to learning magic to make yourself feel better about your shitty elf life.
>The DM's voice actor plays the role of every NPC in the fantasy world.
These are all good ideas. Bonus points for (most) actually being fantasy and not self-insert reincarnation shit.
Really, any fantasy series with either A) MC that is so jaded that he doesn't give a single flying fuck about anything anymore, or B) A knight who is actually in full plate at all times would be great.
Like what- Konosuba?
These got to make up a tiny of fraction of the genre. Most shows out this season are honestly trying to make a provocative story, no matter how autistic the original RPG foundation is.
How about a gritty anime about being a Hylian soldier, getting constantly shat on by the forces of darkness and being the butt of everyone's jokes. The entire series is just soldiers getting rekt and scenes where Link rolls in and saves the day, making it look easy. Then a few episodes before the end, Link is killed by Ganondorf and the soldiers have to man up and fight the Imprisoning War down to the last man.
This is true. So few actually have just a straight A to B story, which is stupid because a straight A to B story would make for the best story. Instead they try to poke fun at the genre, add it other unnecessary genres (SOL, harem, etc.), or they make it another reincarnation/trapped in MMO shit.
Fuck, how'd I miss this, the premise is gold. Really any lich/necromancer MC would make for a fun story.
>A prince often sneaks out of his castle into town to enjoy the local food.
>During a festival, he spots two kids his age who are excluded from the festivities.
>They're elves, but they're wearing hoods to cover their ears, so the prince doesn't notice.
>He offers them to join him in the festival and befriends them.
>Later on he learns they're elves and they lost their parents but stays their friend regardless.
>Thinking it didn't matter, the prince never reveals his identity.
>As he gets older, the prince gets more responsibilities and has to visit a neighboring country to help him learn more about politics.
>Only his way back, his group runs into a small nomadic tribe of elves; the first elves the prince has met besides his friends.
>His party provokes the tribe and a fight is close to breaking out.
>The prince pulls his men back and convinces the elves to leave without fighting.
>As the trip continues, the prince hears how openly the hatred his men have for elves, and he learns that this is the norm.
>As he learns more, the prince finally understands how dangerous his friendship with the two elves is
>Unsure of what to do, he snuck out of the castle again and walks absent-mindedly through town
>While on his walk, he spots his friends being surrounded by a crowd of people; being ridiculed
>One of the men is about to hit them when the prince gets in the mix and stops the punch
>Most people don't know what the prince looks like, so the man tries to fight him.
>The prince, train to fight from a young age, levels the man out and the crowd backs off
>The prince then decides to stand by his frineds, even though it would be easier to abandon them
>He decides he will use whatever power he has to establish good relations between his country and elves
It's a story set in dark high fantasy world, in a tyrannic kingdom run by elves, with other spiecies seen as lesser beings and humans as outright slaves. There are several protagonists whose stories intervene: a young human man who manages to escape slavery and becomes a master thief bent on destroying the elven society and seducing as much women as possible; a simple-minded ork girl soldier who gets seduced by the thief dude, leaves the army and guards his riches while he travels the world and cheats on her; a naive elven maiden close to the court who gets seduced and robbed by the thief dude, which breaks her and twists her into becoming a dangerous manipulator; a human who, by luck and ass-licking, manages to make it big and become a royal torture master for non-elven prisoners, for, being human himself, he knows best how to inflict pain and suffering upon other humans; an elf nobleman whose mother was seduced and killed by the thief right in front of his eyes, causing him to grow up into a Marquis de Sade level decadent, who also has interest in science and preforms forbidden magical experiments on corpses; a dwarf girl who works as his personal librarian, has a crush on him and is secretly inwolved in a rebellion plot by humans; finally, a teenage human who starts a rebellion, but gets cought and tortured by the aforementioned turture master, eventually mind-broken into nothing more than a beast used for tournaments. The anime would tell their backstories, slowly tying them into the same story by having the characters meet and interact; we essentially see the same tale seven times, just from different viewpoints and with different details. At the end, all of them die from their own mistakes sans the dwarf girl, who spends the rest of her life in the now abandoned library and writes down the entire story, which she learned by getting involved with all the other notable characters; turns out, she's been the MC all along.
>Come up with an interesting fantasy world
Your characters are like actors and every actor needs a good stage. A fantasy stage that is cool, neat, and or comfy for the viewers and the actors
>Come up with an interesting magic, power, weapon system(s) not too simple and not too complex with strict rules that leave no room for any kind of ass pull
Something that'll get people thinking even when the series is over. Like "If I was in the series my sign would be _____ which gives me _____ powers" or "____ character has high DEX only at night and would of won that fight then".
Those are the only 2 things that really matter to me. No need for a trapped in a game bull shit. A fantasy world should always have bits and pieces of world building throughout an arc, season, volume ect. but not too much or all at once otherwise it gets borring. You can also let the characters descover the world(s) and the viewers/readers put it together.
MC is a wanderer, traversing the land.
Each series has him arriving at a new place, interacting with new characters and solving their problems while reflecting on the nature of man and the problem it produces.
Kick-ass fights with mind-blowing choreography is a small bonus of each three series.
MC is immortal and has been alive for god knows how long. He is tired of living and travels around the world trying to find something that can kill him. Anime starts after MC was immobilized for the past 10,000 years and is entering a new world with lots of new ways that he can try to die.
>After finding out that MC and his entire class can't return to their home world and are force to stay in fantasy world
>MC chooses to be with christmas cake teacher and they both go on grand adventures while the rest of the class fuck off somewhere
Also MC is a first year. Large age gap the fuck out this relationship. Oh and christmas cake teacher is useful.
A Chosen Hero Knight gets stuck in the body of a normal farm peasant farm girl due to magic shenanigans by the demon lord.
Now he has to figure out how to get his body back before she kills herself due to incompetence and figure out how to get out of farm duties without anyone knowing.
MC has gotten reincarnated and killed the demon god and found his true love and stuff, and then the god in charge of reincarnation gets drunk for an extended period of time and starts constantly reincarnating people before they die and into bodies that already have occupants and stuff, and the MC and his love desperately try to find each other repeatedly as they body-hop through different fantasy worlds.
>Conanesque main character, big dude from Barbarian lands
>Gets lost all the time
>Travels around doing odd jobs for a living
>Odd jobs include hunting monsters, scaring off bandits, and assorted grunt work like cutting wood for bed & board
>Has a mean Donkey pulling a cart with lots of stuff in it
>And a talking cat that's actually a womanizer who jilted a witch
I envision the cat as somewhat like Salem. Playing the straight man to the main character who is essentially living in an entirely different genre of story.
Hero and Demon King hit a stalemate on killing eachother and after decades of fighting they retired to the countryside as a pair of old men but neither wants to admit defeat so they open a pair of training schools to try and one up each other with successors.
Plots are less rival high school hijinks and more rival college frat hijinks with stuff like the protege heroes stealing the giant balrog school mascot or the demon king students making a portal to hell in the other school's cafeteria.
5 minute gag episodes
>a native to an RPG like world who hunts people who get trapped in it for their ridiculously good loot, and his attempts to barter them off in various ways.
Think spice and wolf + cowboy bebop.
Basically I'd do something like LoTR but in the end it turns into complete medieval military tactics circlejerk with the show being spent around the military decisions of the commanders as they try to fight back the evil armies.
There'd be the elf commander (who's a grill of course) who cares about the lives of her soldiers and all that, two or three human kings like Aragorn or Théoden, a commander of an independent military guard à la Death Korps of Krieg meant to protect the realms of all races from this particular evil that sees his men as numbers, a dwarven one, stuff like that.
It's all about large-scale battles and strategy.
Maybe S2 would have the evil commanders as well.
Make it take place in space on another planet, with completely alien characters, and with unique forms of magic that seems strange in our world, but makes sense in theirs.
Normally when it comes to stories revolving around alien lifeforms, it's always about super advanced societies and technology. So why not go the other way?
>MC aspires to be the next Attenborough
>Documenting monster girls in their natural habitat
>"Here we have the majestic Lamia (watching television)"
>"She's a NEET leeching off her darling"
>Not just making Junketsu no Maria without the witch bullshit
Well alright. The story takes place in a mideavel country with many diverse ecosystems. The king has heard of an underground group of rebels plotting a coup, so he summons the most capable people of the land- a wareior, knight, archer, assasin, mage, enchantress, merchant, monk, and a ranger, who are the best in the country. Odly enough, the king also summons a peasant boy, who is the MC. He tells them that one of them is the rebel leader, and that they must discover who it is and execute him or her. So they all set out on a quest to find the truth. The mc, unsure of why he is summoned, is met with the enchantress, someone who has detected herself to nonviolent passive magic, and they team up to complete thier quest. They travel the country finding adventure, strength, and the truth behind the country's dark history.
A Dominions 4 match adapted into anime.
>undead empire whose goal is to eliminate all humans and cast a spell which brings eternal night to the world
>atlantians mind controlled by an eldritch abomination who tries to bring its siblings into this dimension
>desert tribes united under the beast king to spread their dominion
>northern winter giants awakening from their slumber to defend their territory
>kingdom of philosophers worshiping the fountain oracle who foresaw a great catastrophe and tries to prevent it
All of them and maybe more duking it out LOGH style, with heroes and villains on both sides.
With alien characters, there's no limit to how you can design them and their world. There's no limit to how you can depict their society functions, how aliens interact with one another.
Magics based in their world could be entirely different simply because their needs are entirely different.
>Magics based in their world could be entirely different simply because their needs are entirely different.
You know, magic in "our world" could also be entirely different, simply because magic doesn't really exist. There's nothing stopping creators from making more original renditions of magic, other than their own creativity or willingness to go outside reader's comfort zone.
But they probably think why bother when elves and fireballs still sell like hot-cakes, as long as you put cute girls and an overpowered MC in it?
Castle that belonged ages ago to a dark lord that is defended by undead, cursed to defend it until they fall in the line of duty.
Too bad the dark lord has long since died, the castle is strategically meaningless and overall utterly undesirable relic manned by raving band of skeletons suffering from extreme cabin fever. They'll taunt and bait anyone approaching the castle on any premise (which basically never happens) and waste time on stupid games, bets and hobbies in hopes that one day someone manages to come and cave in their skulls.
>deep voiced japanese narrator man
>voice acting for busty bar wenches and small children
I'd actually be super down for this concept. Lighthearted SoL comedy shtick for the first half of the episode, while the characters are at school, then switching to high-fantasy adventure when they get home (or go the their club) with brief pops out to the table for comedic effect.
They're all utterly insane and share delusions of their long since fallen comrades. Little by little we find out that there really are only a handful of skellies left in the castle.
The problem with having humans though is that readers have expectations when it comes to humans.
They gotta be this, they gotta be that. There's gotta be castles, there's gotta be a king and a queen.
There's less freedom to be found, even though the restrictions aren't real.
I don't think that's a good idea to have imaginary skeletals around.
If it's a show about bored guys who are tired of living too long doing nothing, then you should only have a handful of them. Too many faceless masses and it would be like, what's so special about the main character skellies to focus on them?
The people listed on the quest are intended to be recurring characters, often either fought against or allied with. There are many locations in the country, including forests, a swamp, snowy mountians, beach, volcano, and desert. The plot twist is
the enchantress is the rebel leader the whole time, and the king is corrupt and leading the country to ruin. He choae the warriors not just to kill the rebellion, but to fight amongst thrmaelves since they are the only ones who can yhreaten the king. The MC comes from a lineage of legendary heroes and that is why he was chosen. They eventually unite to usurp the king in the end.
Are there any High Fantasy fiction, East or West, in which the High Fantasy world gets invaded by a Sci-Fi world?
and when I say Sci-Fi, I mean crazy shit like Orbital Rail-Cannons, Season-End level Mechs, and Drone armies run by quantum super-computers.
>follow the life of a peasant and his peasant friends
>all the big adventures and world saving goes on around them
>they play little to no part in it
Would run through the growing year, from planting to harvest of the crops.
>Mc lives on normal earth, totally normal guy.
>Goddess shatters mc's soul, but makes it look like someone else did it.
>Makes it look like she showed up to save him, offers him a way to gather the pieces of his soul that have drifted across space and time so he doesn't die in a month
>Mc blacks out, wakes up on high fantasy planet
>This is his hub he returns to to rest and train when not in other dimensions looking for his soul pieces
>Has an ancient Light Mage as his mentor, she is secretly a dead goddess reincarnated, only the current goddess knows about this
>Goddess is actually yan for Mc and that's why she shattered him
>Mc and mentor fall in love. Mc resists harem hijinks on other world's to remain faithful
>Yan goddess gets super jealous, secretly starts an interplanetary war between fantasy world and nearby cyberpunk planet
>Hires an assassin to kill mentor during the chaos of the war, assassin kills her and chops off mc's arm in the process
I have more, if anyone's interested past this.
>follow the life of a peasant and his peasant wife and children
>village elder asks hero to save them from the bandit stronghold that set up close by
>bandits eventually come, burn the village, kill all the children, round up the men and women, rape the women in front of the men and then slaughter them all
>peasant MC is crawling, bleeding to death
>peasant asks him why the fuck didn't he destroy the bandit lair
>"sorry i was grinding slimes, i didn't know it was a time quest"
>How would you make an original high fantasy anime?
>Hard mode: Not people trapped in a RPG
depends, you can always go to the well and trot out mythology or tolkien based adventures, or you can invent something completely different. The problem with forging a path in completely different, is you run the risk of falling into the trap that scifi often falls into, and make the world into the story.
personally I think you need to make the characters relatable. the only way to do that in an alien world is to focus attention on the character interaction, typically unrequited love or conversely romance itself makes a great place to start when writing a story in a "unique" world. Otherwise you have to make the MC a self insert for the audience. If you want your MC to resonate with the audience and have a strong personality, you HAVE to focus most of the interpersonal relationships around falling in love or unrequited love, else you run the very real risk of alienation of the audience in this unfamiliar world.
so to answer the op's question i would make it an alien world, unsimilar to any fantasy world, i'd ground the interpersonal story in the unrequited love dynamic of the MC with one of the main female characters, then i'd make it a character driven drama in this fantasy world, that spirals out into the main plot for the world itself, I would probably skip the save the world dynamic and focus more on a survival to riches story, as that opens the door to sequels, and doesn't have power levels that spiral out of control.
The MC is a girl orphaned by an attack of shadow-beasts that destroy the city she lived in. She survives because a legendary Hero saves her life. He is an old man but is still able to kick the ass of 99% of the things on the planet. He is looking for his son who was rumored to be in her town and only just arrived to save her. Feeling responsible for saving the life of the broken MC he decides to sorta adopted her and train her to become a wandering adventurer like him, because he has done similar things in the past for other people. The first part of the story is the MC growing up with this legendary grandfather figure who teachers her stuff and they travel around the lands.
Mockumentary featuring the daily lives and everyday activity of various individuals under the BBEG's command, from grunts to generals up to the BBEG
herself, complete with on-show interviews.
>Standard high fantasy setting with orcs, elves, undead and shit
>Except the protagonists are all bards wanting to create the first jazz band in the world
They could even fight with music. Earthquake-causing drums, the sax of flames, cut-everything-into-pieces guitar and so on.
Series focuses around SoL of the merchants in a town.
MC is an alchemist.
Ara Ara~ enchantress
Dwarf and Nipponese rival blacksmiths
Clumsy megane scroll/library girl
Smart but naive elf girl alchemist, "school" friend of MC
Bara tavern keeper and his loli daughter assistant
Various adventurers visit them for stuff that they want and share their stories but the main characters going on missions as well for ingredients.
Show various item recipes as well as crafting process.
>The protags are not the driving force behind world events, nor are they highly important to said events
I don't know why, but I would like an anime about a guy or group who don't become saviors of a world in crisis. Even if they become hot shit, they aren't the heros of heros.
AAW fuck. All players are way disconected from their characters.
>Stoic man of few words guy rolls a bard.
>Idiot genki genki girl rolls a barbarian/warrior.
>Tsun-Tsun always pissed guy rolls priest.
>Mr straight laced rolls thief.
I'll give it a shot.
Story follows our MC who discovers that he's actually half dragon and has magical powers. He rescues a half elf girl (elves are super race purists, mixed bloods are sold as slaves) from her slavery to a fat human noble, and the two run off with each other. MC and Elf develop a romance, but unfortunately she almost ends up getting killed. MC uses his magic which he can't control to try and save her, and ends up ripping a hole through spacetime and transports both of them to a parallel universe.
MC ends up meeting his AU self, and they have to adapt to a life where AU MC is actually a cyborg and the world has advanced technology. AUMC helps MC learn to use his magic, and MC tries to recreate the accident that brought them to that world. He opens another tear, but instead of returning to his world, he ends up on a desolate planet with an old man who offers to teach him how to use his powers.
The MC spends over a year in this universe training with the old man, and we get cuts back to AUMC and the Elf. It's revealed that our MC actually got her pregnant before he went to another universe, and it's revealed that AUMC is actually the very same MC we started out with, but his future consciousness is in that body.
MC finishes his training with the old man (who is revealed to be the MC's consciousness yet again) and is able to open a portal home. However it was the old man who opened the portal, and our MC ends up arriving back 17 years in the future. Turns out the elf died in a lab accident, he had a daughter who grew up hating him, and our MC ends up killing himself.
But instead of dying, his consciousness is transferred to another body identical to his own yet existing in another universe. After that it's essentially watching our MC's decent in to madness as he loses everyone he loves, is constantly killed by the Elf's consciousness in alternate bodies, and him realizing he's actually an omnipotent being.
Are you a masohist anon?
Ffs, even Narnia is deadly.
...only of they get to have meta knowledge and powers of PCs.
Thiw usually equal high body count thou.
Read the last ringbearer perchance ?
Dual shields. So, we Dark souls now?
>letting their income source die off.
Street food cart in dungeons.
LISTEN TO MY SONG!
>dual wield shields
>where is your god now
MC is a sort-of bounty hunter that works for a mysterious traveling merchant union and is contracted to collect various strange goods for them all over the land. Series follows his escapades trying to obtain all of this shit and his interactions with the various merchants he works for.
>capital city of the kindgom or whatever
>mc is a thief for hire
>is hired to steal shit on the regular
>sometimes his contacts/employees try to screw him over
>sometimes the actual break him requires him to get involved in stuff
>build character relations with a couple of other characters ( old contacts he regularly interacts with, regular suppliers, that kind og stuff) through first half of season
>second half of season someone outs them to the city guard
> they want to figure out who it was, get revenge and skip town afterwards.
gritty and realistic artstyle
think the early Thief games, but animated
Concentrate more on the world building, only using characters as a vessel to venture through the world as a whole i.e. dungeon meshi
Happy royal family. One prince, one well-loved but illegitimate son. Kingdom is overthrown, king and prince are killed, and only the bastard escapes. Vowing revenge, he sets about mastering the sword and recruiting allies.
He's the legitimate heir to the throne, the two sons switched places during the coup
Helmet are important shit, man. That thing could hold up against crossbow penetration. It's all about head's safety first.
>Chosen hero that claimed transported/reincarnated from another world traveled with faceless knight
>the hero and knight got crossbowed in the head at the same time
>hero's dead because he's like those MC in LN that wears fancy armor with no helmets
>knight only got knocked out to the ground because of the impact but survived because helmet.
Silmarillion shonen animu
>hotblooded elves and shit
>ends with TTGL battle against Ancalagon and Morgoth
Too bad we will never get anything silmarillion related ever, but one can dream.
The MC is a typical worthless otaku piece of shit self-insert. Upon his royal father's death, his mother has manoeuvred herself as the royal wife and the MC is crowned king. While his mother and other actually competent people handle the actual administration, the MC must now seek alliances both with powerful nobles within and without the kingdom. Alliances are of course conducted by marriage so the MC quickly gathers a harem of his own. Cue best-selling moe moe slice-of-life about harem politics and the girls' attempts to become the next Queen Mother.
>people trapped within an RPG
trope is retarded because you could improve 99% of series that use it by just setting them in a fantasy world based on RPG elements.
Regardless, i'd like to see something similar to Gundam, where each series, rather than being an AU, would be at a different place and time within the same fantasy world. Lore would be vague and made up as they go along, but with careful consideration not to contradict previous canon. Each series should be standalone, but have some tie-in with the others as fanservice.
>still getting used to all the calculations he needs to do as a DM
>rules lawyering at him makes him panic because more numbers
>panic reaction is to get angry and snap at the munchkin
>this happens half in-universe, with moe loli npc's breaking character halfway through a line to yell DON'T FUCK WITH ME KORAAAAA and stuff before camera switches back to table view, where delinquent has munchkin by the collar and everyone's trying to calm him down
A normal Japanese student is suddenly transported into a fantasy world stuck in fantasy western medieval stasis. He develops a harem that happens to show off all the cliche personality types and races seen in fantasy harem anime.
He also happens to not be a high school student, but a university student. Studying engineering.
The story follows his attempts to industrialize and conquer the world. His schemes get zanier every time they fail, until he just tries a peasant revolt and usurps the throne at the end of season one.
There is never a season two.
>getting ready for battle sequence
>elaborate and colour-coded transformation sequences for the girls (with song sung by their seiyuus) interspersed with cuts of the knight just strapping his armour on (song audio sounding like its coming from next door)
>finishing group pose with pyrotechnics while knight just walks into the frame from the side while adjusting his sword belt
Yeah, half of this thread always filled with transported, reincarnated, average normal guy, from real world.
Well those things kinda popular nowadays, I understand that it'll affect most of anons "original" idea.
By making it highly derivative. Throw a couple buttmonkeys with nothing but luck into powerful parties taking on dungeons like the Tomb of Horrors. Make everyone genre savvy, but make the dungeons even more brutal and cheaty.
It'll be a comedy of tragedies. Sounds like a mix of Tower of Druaga and KonoSuba, now that I think of it.
>captured an enemy commander
>magical girls start trying to convince him to give it up for the good of mankind
>it's bad and you should not do bad things
>knight comes in, just got done stabling his horse
>ties him to a chair so he doesn't have to deal with his bullshit
>starts working on his weapons maintenance nearby
>lays em all out neatly in a row, on a clean oilcloth
>smallest to biggest, from his assortment of throwing knives, to his boot dagger, sword, brush-clearing machete usually left on the horse, firewood axe from the horse, crossbow and bolts from the horse, spear from the horse, etc
>just works on them silently, steadily
>looks over at the commander every once in a while to see if he's trying anything
>enemy commander shits himself within 30 minutes and gives it all up
>knight doesn't know what the fuck, was legit just working on his weapons
Actual racial traits that had an effect that wasn't a downside.
>salamander species that regrows limbs and lives hundreds of years
>elves are cured vampires that retain immortality, tracing their lineage back to humans but cannot recreate the event for others
cute girls doing cute things but in a rococo era fantasy not france the backdrop is political unrest and there are dragons and magic. it ends in a bloody revolution and many of the girls die.
>Adaptation of a video game.
>What could possibly go wrong.
Are you somehow implying Dai's adventure was bad?
Those are fighting words anon
>See knightbros got butchered by teenager with edgy swords
>Knight-san proceed to sword fight his way against the overpowered superhuman teenager
>Intense fight of chosen one vs regular knight
never knew how much I needed this
One of my favorite campaigns I ran would be perfect. The "party" are members of the town guard in a comfy frontier town. Adventurers come through from time to time to raid the various dungeons scattered across the wilderness - sometimes they help folks, sometimes they cause trouble. We alternate between SoL as our protags have to deal with the problems common to a "START CAMPAIGN HERE" town like their's, but their job affords them the unique perspective to notice a larger plot brewing amidst the seemingly disparate adventures that various PC-type characters go on. Eventually, they piece it all together and end up having to save their town and, by extension, the world from an epic-level threat.
It's crucial that A) we never leave the town and B) although our protags have differing alignments and motivations (the local farm boy who loves the town, the greedy mercenary who found that steady, easy work is preferable to dangerous adventuring, the cleric whose god favors those who protect the innocent, etc.), the show is ultimately just about them trying to do their jobs. From tavern brawls to illegal owlbear breeding, there's plenty of D&D-esque apocrypha to draw episode stories from.
Pic related; it's a comfy frontier town.
>as an action, reaction gag manga
I'D FUND IT
They did that for Chaos Dragon, didn't turn out so great. Although I hear the original campaign/other campaigns were better than what we got.
I get the feeling Chaos Dragon poisoned the well on "tabletop session done by x famous writers!" idea.
Basically Bill & Ted as an SoL minus time travel?
>ert tribes united under the beast king to spread their do
You're doing hero's job, anon. Pretty noice.
Though I seeked a swordsman's duel I might have saved the world with my companions?
>MCs little sister is designated as the age's yuusha (while he's behind her, tending to the family horse)
>hero's group is in tip top shape since silent-kun is also the groups cook, smith, tailor (everything he does goes unnoticed)
>silent-kun deals with the real threats and efficient bad guys while hero's group faces the otherwise harmless boss and mooks
A detective in fantasy land.
Think about it, how would crime-solving or epistemology in general become different in a setting where magic is an actual thing?
Its the perfect vehicle to go full autism with whatever magic system you are using.
>Hero's group of moe witches are having trouble against a big skeleton dude that's imune to most of their spells
>Meanwhile Armor-kun is in another room cutting down the group of necromancers that are animating the boss skell
>Witches and hero eventually win when bossington mc'skell is no longer animated by the necros
>The group strikes their poses and fire off magic fireworks to celebrate
>In the background Armor-kun walks into the room all covered in gore
>Hero notices Armor-kun ''Mou! Armor-niisan osoiii~!''
And Excited Title! might work too.
>All I wanted was to fight a one-on-one duel yet these Magical Girls keep interrupting me!
Cover would be magical girls posing all moe and shit while Knight-san unenthusiastically holds his sword in the background.
>Demon bored with his life is shit talking humans in the underworld
>tells the other demons that he could totally be a better human than all the other humans
>other demons take the bet and in his pride, the demon accepts
>using magic to disguise himself as a human he goes to the human world to pretend to be a human
>firstly he decides that since he has no standing in the human world, a merchant would allow him a life of leisure while allowing him to raise his standing
>though is quickly made a fool of by a noble knight from the royal family
>pissed off his chances have already been ruined, he decides to slaughter the royal family in their entirety, but stops before he arrives at the palace because he realizes a normal human wouldn't do something like this, essentially causing him to lose his game
>this time he decides that because he has nigh unlimited power, he'll just join the adventurers guild and pretend to be a super heroic and amazing magical knight and get fame through "cheating" by abusing his demonic power
>after accepting his first quest, he finds a group of kids (rookie adventurers) being attacked by goblins
>assuming this is his chance to raise his reputation as a saviour of the common people, he runs in to save the rookie adventurers but by the time he arrives, the goblins have been defeated leaving only a single one of the children injured
>disappointed, he decides to take this chance to heal the injured child to at least raise his reputation a small bit
>healing the small adventurer he instantly realizes his mistake -- those who can use healing magic can't use any other kind of magic and as such, just forced himself into a role he didn't want to do, a heal slut role for a party that never involves killing
>the group of children adventurers without a healer, instantly invite him to their party
>unwillingly accepting their invite, he's forced to tag along with a bunch of rookie adventurers while doing what a demon doesn't want to do most of all. heal
>group investigates disappearances in a mining operation
>hero's group encounters a numerous group of slimes
>Meanwhile Armor-niisan fights the queen slime (ancient cosmic horror, basically a Lovecraftian Shoggoth)
>after a long struggle, all beasties are eliminated
>Hero's look notice Armor-niisan is missing
>shows up covered in slime
>"Mou! Armor-niisan slimes are the weakest foes you have to train more!"
more like Knight-kun does a He-Man pose, in upper corner of the image, in the background,
of the back cover
Sorry, anon. I'm terrible at this shit. I'll try tl;dr it as best as I can
>demon shit talks humans and takes a bet to pretend to be a human, he fucks up and eventually decides that being an adventurer is simply the best idea, though he fucks up again and accidentally locks himself into the role of a healer and is forced to join a group of annoying kids with the cliche shounen hero complex shit
Like a video game? I'm not even sure how that would work?
>Objective: Try not to kill people because everyone is annoying and they're all cunts.
>Secondary Objective: Heal people.
So is this basically One Punch Man Medieval style?
So One Swing Man?
>It's a Episode about Armor Kun's past before his Moe Party.
>Armor Kun kills the strongest Knight in the West Kingdom.
>The dead knight's son vows to take revenge.
>The son trains for years
>Flash forward to the present.
>The son is invincible. He goes through each village helping the peasants fight off bandits.
>Armor Kun and his lolis come to help a village and find the Son has already killed off the evil wizards and knights.
>Son finally challenges Armor Kun to a fight
>NO ARMOR. NO SHIRT
>Loli's start cheering. Panties soaking.
>Son starts undressing first.
>Armor Kun kills Son as Son is undressing.
>Lolis hold a funeral for the Son and get mad at Armor Kun for an unfair fight
but mostly mad about them not getting to see two shirtless sweaty men going at it
Have Knight-kun do different poses from other sword-wielding heroes in every volume
>He-Man for vol. 1
>Luke Skywalker for vol. 2
>Guts for vol. 3
>Seiba for vol. 4
and so on so forth
no, play as in roleplay,
i'm a fa/tg/uy
Oh that sounds fun.
I wish I still had friends to play with.
But how would it work? Most of your skills would go to healing. What about your monstrous abilities to kill you have to constantly hold back because you're attempting to win your childish bet.
>Armor-kun is separated from the hero group
>While trying to find the moe squad he is suddenly cornered by a gang of bandits
>Armor-kun readies himself for battle but suddenly freezes
>Among the bandits is one large man wielding a fucking claymore
>The time has finally come
>Armor-kun conveys his wish of a one on one swords duel via charades
>Bandit man accepts and they square off
>Armor-kun is about to charge forward and finally have the fight he's waited so long fo-
>Witch #2 shows up and casts a giant fuckoff firestorm, almost instantly wiping the badits out
>''Ma~n those guys looked dangerous! You ok Armor-sama? Why are you hitting the ground? Did they hurt you?''
mildly funny, but killing son takes the funny out of it, more if dude's a good person.
why not better one shot the guy like with Speed of Sonic Sound?
>bonus points for nutshot
That's great, I can imagine armor-kun's dark and gritty battles with hype as fuck music then suddenly cutting to the rest of the party in pastel colored adventure casting magic missile on minor slimes.
Yeah, thats pretty much the main schtick actually.
Jorge luis borges once wrote that when writing a detective story, the *appearance* of the supernatural is often an effective device, but it is a grave error to *actually* invoke 'supernatural' elements in constructing a mystery, as this is something of a 'cheat' and far less felicitous and edifying to the mind.
I think the the fundamental problem is that such an action would not be 'internaly consistent' with the setting (the 'setting' in this case being our own bubble of reality).
As such i think there is definitely some room to explore and experiment with there; can one write a good mystery in a supernatural setting without 'cheating'? I think the results could be interesting.
>Leader of the Rookie party is the cliche Shounen MC. Looks like Naruto, Gon, Ichigo and Luffy had a child.
>always gives those stupid fucking annoying speeches before every battle
>the loud warrior cliche and best friend to Shounen MC standing their looking like and idiot with a huge grin on his face
>the stupid chuuni witch is getting wet listening to dumb speech
>MC face when
>I wish I was back in hell torturing fallen heroes. his voice is so annoying. why is that retard smiling. my feet hurt
while using you powers as a heal-slut no one said you can't abuse your demonic knowledge for the team's benefit, or throwing non lethal stuff like pocketsand or caltrops
>armor-kun on the inside
sure is /tg/ right now, why don't you go back to your board?
just kidding, but seriously, how come I haven't seen stuff like this back at /tg/ in a long time?
>Armor-kun's sword falls once again down upon the creatures head, though already mutilated the beast continues to move.
>''PRETTY FWIRE BEEEM!'' *a shittily drawn beam covers a few slimes for a second but they're unharmed*
>''oo noo, they are too strong for mweeee!''
>A final mighty swing cuts through the skull of the horror that had plauged the dungeon for all too long
kinda like this?
basically, yeah, Armor-kun's eternal quest is Berserk/Dark Souls gritty, while Imouto's group quest is lighthearted, they still share the same world, and by no means they are a weak group, but like I proposed, Armor-kun could deal with the real danger for the time being.
But by the end they should be on equal terms (Imouto's entire party as a single unit I mean)
Maybe if it was only the last episode.
Like >>138955111 but Armor kun is having a epic fight against big bad who get's a fucking sword out just for the hype.
Meanwhile moe witches are flailing around like retards somewhere else for comedic effect.
How about one where people are trapped in an RPG
but it's really a reality show.
Not that guy, but maybe the armor guy going to be like the inspiration figure of the group, while he did his knight thing. Since he didn't speak, when he does something, the group misinterpreted it as something inspiring and motivational, while in actually the knight just done its job.
Meh, I probably got too influenced by Handa-kun and Sakamoto.
no no, that's actually would run better than what I posted, Sakamoto is actually a good example, but the key is for it to be low key, so it would fit with with the whole Imouto's jobber humor
>It's Fantasy World
>But the world is Heavily Influenced by Japanese History
>Knights are Samurai
>Thieves / Rogues are Ninja
>Priests are Shinto
>Only one day, a full fledged Proper European Knight Appears with a gigantic claymore, silve and white armour
>he goes around kicking the shit out of "superior Nippon Steel"
I'm imagining a hype-as-fuck training montage for an upcoming gigantic battle with Armor-san wanting the witches to actually do something for themselves for once. After the montage finishes it cuts to the cute little fucks getting absolutely annihilated so then Armor-san jumps in to save the day but he gets wrecked as well. Then they gotta work as a team and help each other out.
>you win an internet
And now I'm all yours again
I'm imagining the favourite word of this anime being;
I can see it now.
>knight comes down
>samurai sees strange armour and shield
>laughs it off
>hits shield with katana
>giant claymore swings down
>cleaves guy in two (picture related)
>whole group of onlookers
It'll be just as bad as the English Dub of Naruto
I don't have the best imagination, so I'd probably like something in the vein of Guts. Not the same story, but a one man army type guy in ultra-high fantasy world.
The more I think about it, the more it sounds like;
This anons idea.
Though I wouldn't do the whole extra party or group or whatever else. It'd be ultra-grim dark. Lone Swordsman travelling the world and hunting monsters.
Sorry, /a/. Like I said, not a great imagination.
Someone obviously doesn't know what Sauron is supposed to look like under the armor.
>armor-kun drinking in the tavern with his buddies
>all wearing full armor sets of different makes
>'armor-kun, you're so lucky, getting to go on adventures with cute girls, I'm so envious!'
>armor-kun just turns and looks at the audience, doesn't say a word