I’m at episode 6 now, and everyone is extremely horny! There hormones erupted when the writers realised the plot is too thin to carry the show.
I can easily sum up the plot to a MANY harem anime within this one line: Boy need to pick one girl. Why can’t he just have sex with them all? You unlocked the ‘the orgy ending’.
The main plot about the magical library was interesting, until it turned into you generic ‘pick a girl’ story (I couldn’t give a magical toss about it anymore).
The show looks pretty and has clearly had a lot of effort put into it…but, you just can’t get away from that bland as hell formula.
^-o I’m hoping it picks up in the second half .
Plot: A boy wants to enter a magical library he was told about as a child.
I have 2 questions:
- Why dose he still believe the words of a man he met randomly in field as a child?
- Why can he see into the future?
It’s not even good future-vision! He predicts a girl would be hit by a derailed train…how? The train barely came off the rails and she was nowhere near the tracks. In order for her to be hit she would have to be standing 20cm away from the rails.
Plus you have to love how this guy knew the train was going to derail and only thought to save this one girl. Let’s have a moment of silence for all them poor souls that died on that platform.
XD I also couldn’t stop laughing when he tackles her. I understand the show is trying to make it look like he was attempting to brake her fall…however, you tend to try and make the character look like they are pivoting when they fall (If you don’t do that one action you end up changing the context).
I also have a very hard time believing how many students attend this school.
The student population is 50,000! Your school would have to be a mini city. O_O How can a school have that many students yet have so little walking around! What was the point in making that number so huge.
They have classes of 650 students.
Hire more staff!
I’m a little worried about the mental heath of the two main leads (they are both way too easily amazed).
The example of this is when they each get an email:
student “Must be from the school”
Other: “Wow, we all got the same message!”
. . . I understand they show is trying to make this a magical moment, but it just comes off dumb. You 4 students are in the room alone, you don’t know if anyone ells outside got the message.
If these students suddenly received a coupon ‘email’ for 50% off cake would they be like: “We must be the most magical people in the world.”
Was the first episode any good?
To be brutally honest, it was just bland.
The anime plays it way too safe and struggles to get basic cliches right.
original name: Daitoshokan no Hitsujikai
originally aired: 2014
studio: Hoods Entertainment
streamed though: crunchyroll