Is there going to be more torture in future episodes?
They're burining witches at the stake?
I sure hope so, witch abuse is the only thing making this show noteworthy at all.
No. But there will be Kagari sleeping in the same bed as the MC only to wake up before him, exit the room, the immediately reenter the room to act like she just walked in to wake him up.
How's FFF's release for this?
S&M doujins when
You'll get to see the MC let out his white stuff.
Hopefully fucking soon.
There is anywhere near enough yuri S&M doujins.
WCW is mostly oppai and age regression to give it a shota tag.
Is the manga good atleast?
Episodes 1 and 2 are near exact recreations of chapters 1-4.
I didn't think episode 1 was anything more than standard but episode 2 was much better.
It pisses me off how this show seems to be taking the "everything goes extremely conveniently for the MC but he's dense as fuck" chuuni-fantasy formula to next level. MC isn't just dense, he's seemingly incapable of independent thought, and he gets the best girl in town as his personal servant who also happens to be the most powerful witch around. I mean come on. Even Shirou had to work a little bit for it.
"Dense as fuck" or "nothing has been revealed yet?"
I'm pretty sure it's "dense as fuck".
You are not only wrong, but dumb. Tired of your shit to argue.
It was strongly hinted in the manga that both he and kagari knew each other closely when they were younger, and they were both mind wiped to forget each other, and other things. When she got back she was closely an emotionless perfectionist robot who's goal was to track him down again.
Glad to know that anybody resembling an average person is "dense as fuck". Everybody was whining that he was a spineless wimp, then he decided to learn magic, now he's dense. Just can't please anybody.
>why is a powerful witch assigned to guard a person of importance which will obviously be revealed in an episode or two, it would make total sense to have a weak trainee witch guard him
You can instead look at this as an inversion of the normal trope.
Tall, Dark, handsome protagonist, and there short, cute, point of view moe-blob love interest
>Glad to know that anybody resembling an average person is "dense as fuck"
He doesn't resemble an average person though. he resembles a person whose IQ is 50 or less. He barely even reacts to anything, and not in a "keeping his cool" way, but in the "too dumb to be aware of things happening to him" way.
If he hardly reacts to anything, how did he shove the girl out of the way in the second episode? Wouldn't he have just stayed a spineless loser and have to be protected by Kagari instead of deciding to get stronger?
You do know he is not going to admit he is wrong and a dumbass right?
Yeah. I made my point anyways.
If you are going to troll at least put some decent effort into it, this is just pathetic.
A pig can shove things around with its nose. Doesn't mean it's smart. Also he didn't decide anything, Kagari dragged him to Hogwarts.
You seem to be getting plenty defensive though. Why do you feel the need to protect the honor of a clearly shitty MC? I'd get it if I was badmouthing one of the girls, but that generic dumbshit bumblefuck? Really?
This is exactly how I view the anime. The main girl even calls the MC a princess.
Also, why is Tanpopo so amusing to say?
You are misunderstanding something. Honoka is the heroine not Ayaka
Arguing doesn't automatically equal getting defensive.
>say something dumb and wrong
>get called out
>hurr defensive, it's shit because I said so
Your comment implying that it's only not okay to insult female characters is hilariously pathetic aswell.