If the author is still
alive today,I bet you guys would give two fucks about this series.
Why are the pics so lewd?
>Official art of the cast in detailed lingerie
>i...it's okay if it is the queen
exploitable - and that's the last pic from the 21st volume.
Rough both ways. SadoMado goodness. I spelt it goddess first because i'm tired but that works too.
If he was the novels would have ended a couple of years ago. Not much would change though. We still have ZnT/Louise threads after all.
all things considered his shitty harem shit wasnt something i cared for, but louise is a broken sweetheart and i love fanfics that actually star her and playing her secretly in table top games so I am far from not giving a shit.
Louise is for tender rape and marriage.
Poor Louise. It's literally male NTR the novel. Saito always flirting with every girl he sees, Saito almost fucking Louise's one and only childhood friend on their honeymoon in their own house
I'm a filthy secondary but I heard Saito is even more douche in the novel
Submisive Louise > Dominant Louise > shit > other girls
Louise even had to seal the room with teleport mirror, which was a precious memory and symbol of her and queen's friendship, just to stop Saito from cheating
Being Louise is suffering
But that is pretty much admitting she lost.
If she can't keep her man by herself, it means she failed as a woman.
>today, harem series wouldn't so much as dare making guys a relevant part of the cast.
I'm so sorry, ZnT. I used to call you the bottom of the barrel.
...S3 was really bad though, you've got to give me that.
The point I was making is that in current harems like Infinite Stratos, Asterick and Hundred, male characters usually just exist to stand around and make the main character look better by comparison, or are some sort of evil, obnoxious or terrible character for the main character to destroy. That, or any guy that shows up is clearly much older or disabled, and clearly "not in the running"
The picture I pointed out to in >>139810062 is the main female character making a pact with three other guys, two of them around her age, and the main male character is not in sight.
This isn't a thing that harem series want to even bother with anymore. Shows like Infinite Stratos have the entire backstory written so the male character is the most significant guy in the world and can be surrounded by women.
SAO's writer admits that he can't write female characters that don't love Kirito and doesn't bother to try. The only other relevent male main character that isn't a monster rapist or old guy is Klein, who is basically a cheerleader for Kirito.
Asterisk War has Lester, who exist to make what's his name look better by comparison.
My point is that current harems don't even bother trying to do anything with male characters, and treat them as obstacles or obstructions
Who is that guy? I don't remember him
The teacher is old and already married, the fat guy is... well, a fat guy comic relief. Only the prince guy is kinda of a threat.
But I get your point, modern harem do lack any adequate male characters besides the MC
I swear, this series is just fucking fanfiction fodder when you think about it.
Then again, with the main premise being 'main character A summons main character B via magic portal', I guess that's not too surprising.
>The 21st volume of Zero no Tsukaima novel will be delayed at least for two months. Please forgive me! Damn! I'll live on. I had been desperate, but I miraculously got an opportunity to take the operation. There is a possibility of survival. I really want to live
I cry every time
The same with Miyu Matsuki, she also said something like "Thanks you for being in my life. After I get better I will definitely have fun and marry someone"
Why japs are so dramatic and into deathflags?
Tons of them can basically be summed up with "[insert chosen character from game/book/anime/movie/etc] replaces Saito as familiar summon" - and many of those are the typical power-trip fantasy curbstomps to show off how amazing [chosen replacement character] is in comparison to Saito.
Of course, you do get the occasional story which actually goes deeper than that, and actually explores the potential effects and repercussions of Louise summoning an altogether more over/super-powered summon.
For example, there's one story where Louise summons a 40k Necron Lord - only for him to wind up mistakenly believing her to be a newly born C'tan star god.
Shenanigans quickly follow.