Just finished this and it was much better than I thought. Season 2 when?
And who is officially best girl?
Miko > Bear > Oni > Kouhais > French > Green > Empress
>mfw all the triggered miko and onifags because best girl Amou won in the end
I'll never forget how triggered /a/ got when Amou Kirukiru rumbled their waifus.
Amou best girl.
So who has the best singing voice?
Do you keep the original or single character in your playlist?
Unironically French has the best among them.
Rabbit is decent.
Did I say I keep only some of them?
No, I keep all of them.
God has prevented you from involved in Amou and Oni fanboys crossfires. You should be grateful. You're missing bear and rabbit loves and bullying tho.
Was AMOU the DEEPEST character of the season?
>When I was young, all I laid eyes on was gray.
>Nothing was enough.
>A tasteless, bland world without value.
>Yet you [Nomura] colored everything I had already taken.
>You were so bright.
>You, shining light that day... where did I lose sight of it?
How is this dumb? It makes perfect sense?
>Literally pure edge.
On the contrary, Amou is actually objectively the most interesting character in this show. She conflates physical strength for status, and believes combat effectiveness is the only meritocratic metric of social capital. She views Nomura as hear equal, nevertheless, she couldn't control him (this lack of control is exacerbated by her romantic feelings towards him witch hitherto are unreciprocated).
She eventually recognizes that her anger is a result of this incongruity, discussing it her closing monologue.
She realized that she had lost sight of what she originally wanted: something different, something she didn't control, something not "colored" by her. But this wasn't possible. Nomura wouldn't accept her for who she was. Amou wanted Nomura to be hers, but of course Nomura would never allow that. And Amoura knows this. She also knows it's too late to go back. The damage she's inflicted, the harm she's caused, the lives she's allegedly ended, they all prevent her from reaching "the shining light" that she lost sight of back then. In other words, she believes Nomura will never forgive her for her transgressions. The very means she's using to obtain her goal renders the goal itself moot.
Anyways, Amou Kirukiru is an incredibly interesting character. It's upsetting to realize that such an interesting character exists in such a dumb show. From a narrative standpoint, she doesn't belong here. She's a serious character in a parody show, so of course other people won't like her. She literally shows up and murders everyone's waifus. This show is, as far as I can tell, a comedy, and nothing about Amou is funny.
Reminder best girl won at the end of the show. And continues to win in the manga. Empress>all>shit>your waifu
He probably meant this, when MC reminisces her.
By the way, they didn't really show this in the anime, but in the manga, miko noted that Amou's edginess about killing and all was all talk, that she didn't actually have the resolve to carry it out. So by revealing the vitals, Amou would hold back on her auto-counter even more to prevent killing.
>I hope the manga translators actually start pumping about chapters more rapidly.