Time to discuss why Diana is, without a doubt, best girl.
Final Boss Diana.
>it's time to save the world again, Chariot
Why was she so mortified by his word?
Rumor has it that the next episode is another Andrew one. After the events of episode 11, I have a feeling they'll start pushing an overarching plot involving Andrew and his family.
WHERE IS THE BUTT WORSHIP ART AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
Ursula makes the mistake of touching the princess and now Ayaka wants blood. Who wins?
Will she ever befriend the misfit students?
It was a meme at first, but the recent episode showing a shadowed female character who resembles Diana gives some merit to the theory that she could be somehow related to the endgame.
I wanted to rewatch the first movie, but I can't find any xdcc link of it.
diana becomes an angel and akko becomes the hellspawn, just like episode 3 predicted
it all comes together now
I was just saying that they misspelled lobotomy.
Because you know, it's done to a lobe.
>LWA was actually Panty and Stocking Season 2
I AM NOT READY FOR THIS
>this got deleted
Oh man. LWA threads has hit a new low.
funpostingdays. Why did we attract attention from killjoys?
I'm still saying ancestor.
My guess is that Diana is going to get the same offer that the Apparition gave Akko, with a little extra guilt about her family's history.
The difference being: She'll take it.
I personally do not enjoy Diana as a character. While I do admit that she is flawless, it is this lack of faults that causes my dislike of her - She just isn't very relatable and is hard to connect to. I'd like her more if she didn't have a solution to EVERY problem (and apparently know an ancient, long dead language...) and had to rely on others more often. Additionally, nearly every other character in the series worshiping the ground that she walks on makes her seem even more distant, even though she does not personally enjoy the extra attention. Despite this, I will concede that some people enjoy the fact that she is so flawless, making her one of their favorite characters in the show. Also, it was probably trigger's goal to make her seem far superior to everyone else to pose an interesting contrast to Akko, which she does fairly well. I personally enjoy the fact that she doesn't even consider Akko a rival, treating her more like everyone else around her, if not slightly better (Diana probably feels bad for the mentally ill).
Overall, while I do not find her to be best girl, I can see why other anons would, and I won't try to argue against their opinion.
TL;DR Best girl is actually Constanze
I want to ____ Sucy
remove shoehorned romance and characters then have a relaxing stretch with
Does inhaling incense help you stretch?
That's high stakes. You don't wanna lose your yay.
A lobotomy a day keeps the insanity at bay!
>9 episodes since Glassesless Lotte
Trigger has ruined anime once again.
>iana becomes an angel and akko becomes the hellspawn
Akko descended into the tower while Diana ascended up to the archives. Akko’s journey symbolizes the rise of godhood as Heracles went through the 12 Labors to elevate his Godhood. Diana’s represents the fall of gods as Prometheus did when he stole the Fires of Olympus and punished for it by getting chained to a mountain.
i want to draw that someday because i like frank, but i'm no fan of lotte
are cans of drink supposed to be 12 oz? why the fuck is my beer can feel small in my hand? or am i confused?
That's a strange way of spelling Ursula.
>LWA is just Bayonetta: The Series in disguise
some idiot fanboys of midi dragon from some fagbooru who apparently demands respect for analyzing animation quality and apparently that qualifies as making them important to the price of tea in china
>When you take time to listen and analyze their words, it actually makes sense
>You reality will slowly crumble. You don't recognize what is real or not anymore
>Costanze you will never be able to experience the joy of sexual climax since her autism means that nothing can touch her there, lest she regress into autistic screeching from the sensory overload
The director himself said he would be ecstatic if given the opportunity to do a second season (after the 25 episodes we're getting). If they want, they could extend the story across several seasons.
Is akko the chosen one?
What is her Yay-chlorian count?
The last Word is translates to "Friends that you can rely on". Shiny Chariot failed to unlock it because regardless of all the power and belief in herself that she had, she couldn't rely on anyone other than herself. She had no allies, no friends, and no one who even cared that she disappeared other than Akko.
So, that ghost they met is evil, right? She obviously wants Akko to find all the words so she can release the seal on that lost art, and it must have been evil if they bothered to seal it away in the first place.
>Ursula tells me to practice my flight magic
>Don't do it
SOMEONE STOP ME
Fuck the LGBT community. Fuck flat Earthers. Fuck Communists. And fuck Liberals
Finding all the words is meant to fully awaken the Shiny Rod. Then you can use it to unseal the forbidden power.
The thing is, the ghost didn't say Akko has to unseal the power. She probably just wants Akko to get the staff ready to fight the last boss.
>Never talks once, but can make noise so she isn't a mute
>Usually only visible emotion is grumpiness
>Fixated with her one hobby
>Disassociates a lot
>Can only communicate through gestures and her robot
Reminder that Constanze is autistic
>tfw no loli witch would care if I disappeared
>When you tell Ursula
she's a shitty teacher and should quit
Were they descendants of witch hunters? Thomas seemed to hold a lot of hatred for the witches at the start. Something that went beyond that of silly pranks.
diana's so perfect that she
wouldn't be able to take it, she has an intense gag reflex and would most likely vomit pretty soon and she'd try to eject it as best as she could out of panic of suffocation
Little Witch Academia: The Irresponsible Witches and the Country of Fairies
>One day, Akko, Lotte and Sucy suddenly find themselves in the magical country of fairies.
>Akko and Andrew walk down the street holding hands
>everyone remarks how cute it looks that Akko is flustered at the PDA
>little do they know that in Andrews other hand is the control for a remote-controlled vibrator that's been set on "low" for the last 3 hours
>yfw Tattun didn't mean that Andrew will appear in episode 12, he was talking about the romcom antics
>Akko will accidentally turn into a boy during the festival and all the little witches will fall in love with him
>it's been so long since I had any visitors
Ashura-sensei's sexual frustration is almost palpable.
>lotte finally gets a chance to show off her faerie powers
>this is it
I like that, at least that means Amanda's team would appear. Amanda's team disappears when Andrew is around so I don't want him on episode 12. Andrew already appeared on episode 10, Amanda and friends haven't appeared since 7.
>"It's my second amendment right!"
I'd still like Andrew to appear as well if it meant he turned into a girl
>Be little Chariot
>Try your hardest to be the best
>Get the Shiny Rod
>Woodward gives you your great mission to unlock the 7 words
>Get 6/7 down
>Become world icon in the process, ushering in the new age of magic
>Some shit goes down
>Fail on the 7th word
>Forced into hiding in disgrace, magic falling faster than ever
>Have to become a shitty teacher and trust a retard to do the job you couldn't do
Being Chariot/Ursula is suffering.
There is an huge problem with last episode: the conflict Akko goes through is exactly the same as in the Polar Bear one.
In both episodes Akko is frustrated by the lack of progresses she's making, and finds in a card about a kind of oracle that can tell her if she can really become like Chariot.
And in both cases the lesson she learns from it is that there are no shortcuts (montage of little Chariot/refusal of memory loss) and that what she has to do is to work hard.
The series has serious issues in composition and construction of narrative and character development. It does nothing but to go in circles and repeat the same scenes and platitudes over and over again.
These are amateurish writing mistakes, I understand that this is Yoshinari's first series, but what the fuck is the lead writer doing?
>Akko gets genderbent, it's a super-handsome bishounen
>Diana notices it's Akko but says nothing, Hanna and Barbara don't notice and fall for her
>Hell, all the little witches in the school fall for her
>Diana pretends to not have noticed it's Akko and starts hanging out with him/her
>Diana leads Akko to a place so they're all
>Episode ends, Akko turns back to Akko and laughs with her usual Akko retard laugh
>Diana doesn't look surprised, points her wand at her
>Hand over the Claíomh Solais... or as you call it, Shiny Rod
>Chariot/Ursula actually DID have a friend that she trusted with the final word
>It's Spider Witch who's going to be our big bad for the series.
URSULA SENSEI PLEASES OLD MEN FOR MONEY OHOHOHOHOHOHOHOH
I really do wonder how long it's going to take Diana to figure out that the Shiny Rod is Claiomh Solais.
Like, I wonder if there's a picture of it she finds or something, or if she'll just put it together that this ancient magic rod with 7 jewels is somehow tied to this legendary magic rod that sealed 7 words.
I think it was actually more or less the fruits of what Akko had learned. If Akko was in the same place as she was in before, like in episode 6, she would've said yes to the vagina wood ghost.
Instead, Akko decided that she wanted to remember all of her fuck-ups and the hard work that went towards he becoming Chariot.
Anon, please, it's called "jill-off" when a girl does it.
And only once a day. It's hard to find time when the Finn and the Freak aren't around
Yeah, sometimes the gossiping gets a little crazy.
No, you're looking at it wrong.
With Polaris, Akko learned that there are no skipping hard work, and that she has to make her own successes.
Here, she didn't want to get a shortcut to become Shiny Chariot, she specifically wanted to see her future, to see if she could become Shiny Chariot on her own merits. When she was offered a guaranteed future as the next Shiny Chariot, she refused unconditionally, and was forced to admit to herself that her mistakes and failures are just as important to what it means to be Atsuko Kagari as her successes and achievements.
What music is going to be playing when this happen?
>Polar bear have a star pattern on it
>Ursula's sensei white crow have the extact same start pattern
>Akko cannot into guessing who is Chariot
>Ursula Sensei knows a shit load of spells that activates the Shiny Staff
Good lord, she's so retarded cute.
There's a difference though, in her visit to the Fountain of Polaris she was just asking to get powers and was rejected, her role was completely passive. This time she didn't want to get a shortcut, she just wanted to know if she would ever get to Chariot level through hard work, and when Woodward offered the shortcut she had the strength of will to reject it. The similarity in the two episodes is to remark how much Akko has grown thus far. The Akko that went to the Fountain probably would have accepted the offer of Woodward.
>hey... do you want to talk about boys?
>YEAH I love guys, what, did you think I was a dyke or something wow don't be stupid
>no, that isn't...
>That Andrew guy is super cute, I would totally m-make out with him and do... stuff! Like normal girls do
>God I can't BELIEVE you just implied that I wanted to do those things with women, how rude of you!
I want Lotte to be happy with Frank.
>Trigger's saving anime for the 9th time
How do they do it, /a/?
Akko was asking for it with her ass hanging out of her skirt all the time.
Who doesn't want to bone a firecrotch?
I'm convinced that episode 2 is the template of the show.
I'm half-convinced that Diana will have the heroine role in the final arc and protagonist Akko's final test will be to perform like Chariot to bring back her YAY for pure pottery.
Wait, was this a vision of the past or the future?
I thought it was just a vision of Professor Woodward's past and the witch hunts, but then again those clothes don't look old-timey.
>I'm convinced that episode 2 is the template of the show.
finally someone else believes this
>I'm half-convinced that Diana will have the heroine role in the final arc and protagonist Akko's final test will be to perform like Chariot to bring back her YAY for pure pottery.
well this isn't what i was getting at with describing that episode
>Akko can recognize Chariot's voice on the spot.
>Ursula has raised her voice near her before.
>Akko has a fucking plushie of Chariot's familiar.
>She didn't recognize Alcor.
>Has cards of Chariot and has probably meditated on said cards enough to memorize her face to the point.
>She saw Ursula without glasses and stared directly at her face.
>Lotte says they are similar in age at any chance.
>When Ursula went redhead to save Akko from falling to her death with Andrew, she was probably no more than a headturn away from staring into Chariot's face.
>Durr sensei do you know where Chariot is?
Honestly, at this point i think Akko has been lobotomized. Some anons here have as well.
Please stop bullying the Akko. She's just a little slow, that's all
The same reason she didn't mind to wear this.
She's probably like Akko and thought it was cute,
What does getting a hug from Jasminka feel like?
> The Akko that went to the Fountain probably would have accepted the offer of Woodward
Giving up her past is something she would never have done, as her character was always shown having strong morals, and certainly not after having seen the struggles of tiny Chariot. There was no progress in that sense.
And she was looking for answers about her future in episode 6 too, specifically she wanted to know if within her there was the power needed to achieve her dream. The episodes are redundant and could have easily condensed into one, as the lesson is the same.
YOU MUST BE AN IMPOSTOR
Diana is the [true] final boss.
Calling it now.
Akko will defeat Diana with tickling!
The episodes focused on different themes.
Polaris is about Akko learning that she'd need to work like Chariot.
Last one she didn't learn anything, but it showed she valued what she had already done more than a shortcut.
What has magic ever done for the betterment of society? All witches want to do is sit in their towers and try to be better than one another. When has a witch ever tried to better humanity with magic? Maybe it really should just die out so science can have a chance.
Having strong morals doesn't mean that she'd keep her past. It's literally two different things.
>Out walking with friend
>Reach down for my bag, but accidentally grab her leg instead
>We both laugh and I pull down her panties
>Turn into an alleyway while fingering her pussy
>Friend is laughing because she knows it's a joke
>Start eating her out in this empty alley
>Almost choke because I'm laughing so hard
>Look up at her and I start giggling
"Hey look I'm Akko! Mmmm your muff tastes so good, Chariot!"
>Friend starts laughing her ass off
>She squirts and I swallow it all like some stupid dyke
>Kiss my friend and call her a fag while laughing
>Doesn't it look too western for Japs or something
It is. Japan had to cancel some screenings of the OVAs because no one bought any tickets.
Westerners basically funded the entire thing through sheer love for little witches.
I think I know why Chariot disappeared.
She was unable to achieve the 7th word, and thus Shiny Rod abandoned her. Without it, she couldn't continue being Shiny Chariot so she disappeared and became Ursula.
We all figured that out like 4 threads ago.
Realistically, what kind of character would accept giving up every memory in that situation? Certainly not a good girl like Akko, in any point of the series.
Refusing the shortcut now was completely unnecessary, as the previous episode already established that shortcuts aren't the way to go , and she would have made the same choice if it was offered to her even then anyway.
>Showings of the OVAs had to be cancelled because of characters that didn't exist in them.
Gib mir noch eine Himbeere Sie Amerikanische Schweine!
A new gun pic fresh from the presses.
Actually, Akko would've taken the shortcut, if there were no strings attached.
Episode 6 shows no shortcut actually exists.
11 shows that, in some hypothetical situation where a shortcut existed but required her to give up her past, she would refuse.
Completely different things and she'd instantly jump at the chance to becoming a witch through the fountain if she'd lose nothing.
I'm also betting early episodes Akko would've accepted the offer.
Akko should be a combat mage.
she's shown to be really good at short burst magic that requires little focus and concentration. she's stubborn, starts fights anyway, and has that lean build that makes for an agile warrior with training.
too bad Luna Nova is a peaceful place with lots of intricate delicate magics...
Dude, it would be pure poetry. Diana unleashes the ancient evil and her own feelings (of regret, jealously, self-hatred) control her and the ancient evil takes control of her. Akko must perform a show as good as the one Diana saw as a little girl in order to make Diana remember herself and break free off the control of the big bad. They will do the typical fantasy sequence in which Diana and Akko suddenly transform into little girls. Everyone will cry and call it 10/10 kino.
This isn't really a counterpoint, but a quick aside. I would give up every memory. It isn't a clear-cut answer.
Your point is that Akko wouldn't do it because she's a "good girl". You don't have to be, or be for that matter, a morally-good character to make that decision. It doesn't conflate with each other.
Well, all of her past life was just living like a muggle and being isolated because of her entusiasm towards magic and Chariot, she'd be more inclined to lose her memories if it meant she'd get her dream.
I thought the file was corrupt, apparently connection was lost.
Just kill me.
I want to bully this retard in front of her parents
>Sucy is my favourite witch
>Moisture is my favourite artist
>mfw he made this
>11 shows that, in some hypothetical situation where a shortcut existed but required her to give up her past, she would refuse.
As her choice in that kind of situation was already obvious even without watching the episode, and considering the fact that even in episode 11, if there were no downsides, she would have accepted the power, I stand by my opinion that this was a poorly conceived episode.
>Jasminka has to pick up the mess after Constanze and Amanda are done playing.
You're probably a miserable sociopath, anon.
If she was ever shown truly unhappy and isolated during her past, that could have made sense.
But her flashbacks weren't sad or anything like that.
just wanted to quickly practice frank and see how fast i could draw a semblance of him
took me a couple minutes
It's literally just Akko's head lazily copypasted onto chariot's body with smaller tits.
An ideal design for a shiny Akko costume would have a larger navel window but a concealed bust, with some push-up design to make it appear larger. A shoulder cape instead of a cloak would suit Akko better, since she favors wide sweeps of her right arm. A cape would enhance the flourish without dominating her overall frame, and would also not cover up her armpits.
I'd prefer a line of golden lace along the bottom edge of the torso, leading upwards around the navel window. This highlights her abdomen and also causes the outfit to complement the Shiny Rod more.
So whats Akkos reaction to Ursula finally confessing her that shes Chariot?
>her choice in that kind of situation was already obvious even without watching the episode
That's retarded. It was payoff to show that Akko is developing as a person. That she's moving forward from that starstruck, naive, passionate girl we saw in episode 1.
When Akko steps back from Woodward and heartfully declines her offer, raising an axe while recovering a Word mind you, it shows the audience that she's changed.
Akko knows that she needs to put in hard work and guts. That was the whole point of that scene. Not showing it, would've gave less gratification to me. Specifically, me.
Not surprising given that Diana is a posh blonde white girl from a rich family. 2ch threads are probably filled to the brim with anons talking about how much they want to see her get RICED.
Not that anon, but you're missing the point of both episodes.
The point of episode 6 isn't that there aren't shorcuts. The point is about self-validation. Akko went to the fountain looking to find out wanted if she had inner radiance. In other words, she wanted the fountain to validate her. What she learned, in her own words, is that no one can tell you if you have inner radiance. You gotta find that yourself. In other words, the lesson is that self-validation comes from within.
In episode 11 she seeks self-validation again (Akko has a bit of a low self-esteem, you see) but what she ends up learning is something different. The ghost tells her to surrender her past, and Akko refuses. What Akko learned is to value her past experiences and even her failures and mistakes.
So there you have it, the development in these episodes doesn't overlap. The setup overlaps, but what she learns from these experiences is different.