That's some really big girl. Holy shit.
So the guy is a princess and likes her wiener, I feel like the roles are reversed in this show
>That's some really big girl.
Anata no tame ni
She's not even the biggest.
really? jesus christ
How tall is she? Would 6'5" be a good estimate?
Less than 6', she would probably be the height of a average NA/EU woman
It was great. I liked how he was her princess, and she fed him her weiner.
I hope they keep turning that up.
Nah, nips are just tiny people. Japan's version of freakishly tall is someone who's 5'10".
I want her to feed me her weiner
I have a feeling this is gonna be one of those shows I know isn't all that good but I just watch it for how cute those two are.
Honestly, I might keep watching it just so I can bitch about how much better this is going to be than Magical Warfare. Two unoriginal shows in one season! Wow! Who am I kidding, I'll be watching way more than two.
Sakaki from Azumanga Daioh is listed as being 174cm tall (about 5'8") and she towers over all of her classmates.
Was she really that short? These Japanese height norms are hard to get used to even after all these years. I want to go and see it for myself. I'm only a bit over average in Clapland, but I'd be a giant over there.
Would you a Takamiya?
No but I would a witch wiener
Also in the manga he comes a witch student, shouldn't it be a warlock for him since hes male?
Sure if you're a manlet
>Get protected like a bitch
>Get referred to like a bitch
He's a manlet in both mind and body, living in a nation of manlets. She's normal by the standards of any modern nation that isn't Grorious Nippon.
Witches get their power from harnessing power in the world, warlocks get their power from pacts with demons. Unless this show decided it works differently in this universe.
I've got three, maybe four shows like that so far this season.
This one, Noragami, Hoozuki, and Nobunagun.
They all look like they're going to be trainwrecks, but at least they're going to be fun ones.
That might be true in some settings, but it is by no means universal. Warlock is just one of several generic terms for a dude who does magic stuff, unless the setting in question makes a distinction otherwise.
>warlocks get their power from pacts with demons.
I thought she was more like 6'2". Just...she seems pretty proportional and that chest is huge.
I don't remember this at all. I think I need to go back and reread it.
>Witches get their power from harnessing power in the world, warlocks get their power from pacts with demons. Unless this show decided it works differently in this universe.
In this universe women rule the magical world. It seems women just have more affinity for the arcane and as such male advantages of physical strength became irrelevant.
However, there is a deliberate separation of Witches and Muggles society-wise. Witches don't try to influence human affairs, and Tower Witches clean up after themselves to ensure the mortals are never in the know. As explained very quickly, they don't commit crimes against humans, but also don't aid in catching human criminals. Mortals were left to rule themselves with their governments and police and military.