An anime about a kid who can see one second into the future. He meets a girl who can hit anything with her slingshot and a boy who can crack his spine audibly.
Together, they must defend the earth from alien invaders.
Bento, except it's kids beating each other up for their lunch moneys.
A band of mech pilots find themselves stuck on what they initially think is just a singular world, but turns out to be a hub for a series of dimensional planes, all of which are insanely different from one another to the point where they are seen as these bizarre fleshy things who hide in their big shells for protection.
The initial arc is them trying to get real estate. They purchase a small castle at the price of a "tome" from their dimension which is incredibly rare (One of the bookworm pilots brought a ton of storybooks on his mech's storage tank). Their home turns out to actually be slightly taller than the Burj Dubai and three miles in all directions, staffed with a few hundred thousand loyal subordinates who have no desire to do anything but serve. This particular astral plane is considered hilariously shit-tier poverty, about the equivalent of a cardboard box, in the rift.
The story follows them dicking about in the extraplanar rift, trying to make money, explore these multimensional pleasures and luxuries to the fullest, and possibly find a way back home.
No shy people in this story whatsoever. The guys will wander off and gamble for planets, the girls won't mind a night with the handsome tentacle'd carnal pleasure servant, the mechs gain sentience due to complications in the rift and seek out their own interests, shit gets very crazy, very fast.
I'd watch it if it's played seriously.
Kids can be pretty brutal, after all.
A SoL show about milfs doing cute milf things such as shopping and figuring out what to cook for dinner.
Show will have an abundance of Ara Ara~
Only if the christmas cakes all lived under one roof, and one episode a mailman comes near the house, gets flirted with hardcore, and they all intimidate him away. Only for him to check the house again later to see if he might have a chance.
Little girls doing cute stuff on a magical world with unusual creatures and superpowers. A SoL that will sell nothing causr faggots will conpare it to Muh azunyan.
Roguelike: The Anime
Every episode has a new protagonist, they go down very far into the dungeon, get new items, new spells, new skills, and eventually something kills them.
During the last episode, a healer finds all of the dead heroes, revives them all, and uses each and every one of them to fight the final boss. It's all good and dandy, until they are crushed by a trap on the way back up.
>a healer finds all of the dead heroes
Shhh I wanted it to be a secret
A 13-episode anime about a cynical, pessimistic girl who has just moved to the town where the story takes place. She decides to pretend to be some kind of manic pixie dream girl to teach the socially retarded, introverted guy in her class about how to improve his life.
Every episode is split into two parts. The first part is told from the point of view of the girl in the form of diary entries. The plot in her part is told mostly in broad strokes, and don't much expand on the details. The second part is then told from the POV of MC, and is more details heavy than the girl's parts. In these parts, it is played up how there's something off about the girl, and how she never really lets anyone, even MC, get really close to her.
Eventually though, the girl starts falling for MC. She still tries to keep him at arm's length because she has a terminal disease and she treats herself as already dead but her resistance weakens as she falls for him and around episode 9, she becomes MC's girlfriend. She still keeps most of the details about her life secret from MC, and he lets her be, reasoning to himself that she'll tell him when she's ready.
>Bonus: It's a crossover from alot of shows so it includes amost of your favorite cakes.
I'll call for the Kyoukai no kanata cakes. You guys can add whoever you want
In episode 12, on the night before a date with MC, she finally decides to tell him about her terminal disease, how she actually moved to the town and away from her parents to numb herself, and that she only decided to help the guy so that she can tell herself when her time comes that her life had worth. She bids her diary goodnight, and part 1 ends. Then part 2 of episode 12 begins, showing MC in a dark room browsing through her diary. He recounts the events that have happened since that last diary entry: how she never arrived on their date, how she wouldn't answer calls, and then how he finally finds out about her death a day later. He is torn over her death and locks himself in his room. He only comes out for her funeral, where the diary is given to him by the girl's parents. He closes her diary, and reflects on all the things she tried to teach him so he could live a fuller life. He then decides to live his fullest for the girl's sake. The episode ends with him opening the door, and the light pouring into his room.
Episode 13 is an epilogue set two years later, with MC just having gotten into college. It is told in a manner similar to the girl's narration in her diaries. MC addresses the diary entry to the girl, and tells her that he has been doing his best to live up to the all the effort the girl went through to teach him. He then proceeds to narrate the rest of his day. It then ends with him standing in front of her grave stone with some flowers. He places the flowers on her grave and then tells her that he'll "see her tomorrow".
>until they are crushed by a trap on the way back up.
W-will healer want the trap's D?
Psychopass as an actual police procedural.
In the Sybil system, the people are represented by two separate yet equally important groups: the AI, who purports crime; and the Enforcers, who prosecute the offenders. These are their stories.
Space Dandy featuring Dante from the Devil May Cry series?
I was always thinking Space Dandy and Redline's lovechild had a sordid affair with Imaishi.
Featuring Dante from the Devil May Cry series!
>Bal-Shadi is the King of Treasures, he has countless stories of his exploits along with his band of allies, and is a legend amongst the land. However, like all legends, it has to start somewhere. This is the story of the King of Treasures from the very start, before he was the grand adventurer, this is the story of Bal-Shadi.
I've been seriously thinking of writing this story, but I'm not much of a writer.
>Space Dante is Dante in space.
>implying it's not bland as fuark
An anime where the MC is an extremely vehement pervert, and so is his love interest.
Both of them think the other is entirely uninterested in sexual activities, so they eventually engage in a romance where both of them want to do wild, lewd as fuck things to each other, but due to their fears of driving the other away, they remain constantly quiet about it.
One episode involving hand-holding is enough to make both of them climax in a movie theater. An episode involving them swimming in a pool leaves both of them regularly going back to the changing rooms to masturbate. It gets harder and harder for them to resist as the anime goes along, and they both let things slip, but due to their fears of messing up the relationship, they just push the ideas off as "maybe just a coincidence".
I know it's bland, but it's the kind of setting I enjoy, adventure and characters becoming legends
The only other story I have is the shounen battle race series, and I can't into drawing comics, so I won't be able to do that
Have fun writing it and people will have fun reading it.
That sounds like something that could actually work
>It's all good and dandy, until they are crushed by a trap on the way back up.
The party, weary of their long arduous journey are finally smiling again with the thought of being able to return home to their loved ones, and bringing back a trove of riches.
Finally, after months of being trapped in the dungeon, they see it. The exit. Bright light shines through the threshold, and the heroes all cheer excitedly. Their spirits are high as they rush to the exit, anxious to finally get some fresh air.
As they approach closer how ever, the light that seemed so welcoming only seconds earlier, makes them feel sick. The closer the get, the more repulsed they are by it's intensity. Their skin becomes irritated, they stop being able to think straight, some of them start vomiting.
The healer, who as it turns out, is not a healer, but a user of a long forbidden form a magic. Necromancy.
He reveals to them that they haven't been revived. That what he told them at the start of their journey was a lie. They were already dead, and, that there is no possible way to fully revive anyone. They were walking corpses who were used so that the Necromancy could access the treasures hidden deep within the dungeon.
Crushing all their hopes and dreams, the heroes finally lose what little left they have of their sanity. They are mere ghouls at this point.
One of the heroes how ever, manages to retain some semblance of humanity. The Necromancer, surprised at this, speaks to the hero, and asks for his name. He replies, and begs her to kill him less he become a ghoul like his former allies.
She reluctantly agrees. Before she does so, how ever, she tells him that she'll give him a reward for maintaining his sanity. A secret that she has yet to reveal to anyone else in this world.
The hero stands intently, wondering what other dark secret she could be hiding. She doesn't say a single word though... Instead, she slowly lifts up her skirt...
>a boy who can crack his spine audibly.
There is no way on earth I could have predicted this, and you made my anime ending 100000% better.
>He reveals to them that they haven't been revived. That what he told them at the start of their journey was a lie.
That should be she. Whoops.
This sounds a lot like that aime about getting cheap priced shopping offers at supermarkets
Is the anime you're referring to, perhaps by chance named.. Bento?
No, it's Ben-To
I've also been thinking a lot about a plot with the protagonist being able to see one second into the future.
An anime about a female knight just witness her kingdom obliterated by queen of the void,She now in a quest to kill the queen.
Along the way she deal with the former colleague problems of her destroyed kingdom such as a egoist hunter,Witch trial,Dragon taming,Cursed lancer and a dancer dilemma
19th c. Japan, edo
An affable but stupid aristocrat gets himself into numerous troubles through his naivete and misunderstanding.
He and his friends are all out-of-touch nobles, spending most of their days engaging in empty pastimes at a gentlemen's club.
He has an ingenious servant who is able to solve these problems.
MC's fascination with Western art, music, food, and clothing, which the servant finds distasteful and tries to make more Japanese.
MC is unmarried and has an aunt who is constantly engaging him to various girls. MC and co. devise flawed plans to make MC unappealing, and in turn set up one of MC's friends with the girl.
Love trouble among MC's friends, which MC tries to fix, messes up situation hopelessly, leaving the problem to be fixed by servant helper.
MC was an extremely ruthless death squad leader for some dictator during the intergalactic war and is sentenced to death for his war crimes.
In some other dimension, some princess sees her family get killed after a betrayal or something like that, she runs away from her Kingdom swearing revenge.
Years later she finds herself working at some farm, her revenge plans has totally failed until one day she sees a lamp and rubs it and like all cliche, a Genie comes out.
The Genie thanks the girl for freeing him and grants her only one wish because he's a pretty shitty Genie. After all her attempts to wish for revenge gets rejected due to certain "codes" the Genie follows. She starts to mumble out random wishes until one of them was granted, that wish is for someone to help her.
So he crosses some dimensions and meets the MC. Pretending to be a lawyer, he tells the MC that he could get him out...on one condition.
An anime about a con-artist that goes through her entire life from accusing salary men on subways of molesting her on trains in middle school to swindling and backstabbing rich people in her 20's such as politicians.
A prince who loses his kingdom and has to reclaim it, with a lot of focus on how the prince feels introspectively having to abandon his people and rallying up an army to retake his lands. As the series progresses, the prince slowly starts to become more of an "ends justify the means" kind of person due to circumstances forcing him to make hard decisions, and another focus is on the prince slowly losing his humanity and the qualities that made him right for the crown through the process of reclaiming his kingdom.
A story about how anime and manga gets banned by the Japanese government under the context of it killing today's youth.
All the studios/publishing companies becomes a mafia like entity, rivaling the Yakuza and operates underground.
MC is a shut in NEET who together with other NEETs in his apartment complex saw this opportunity and form a small gang who works for these studios in smuggling and selling their products on the streets.
The story is basically the MC, his NEET neighbor and a third character who is a Yakuza enforcer who under the orders of his family boss are trying get into the manga/anime business. They go around selling them to clients in which many of the deals will go well but some of them will go wrong like dealing with a couple of otakus who wants to rip them off, nearly getting caught by an undercover agent etc. Hijinks ensue.
Towards the middle of the show, MC becomes an incredibly rich gangster but something still doesn't feel right and his curiosity leads him to find out about the real reason why anime and manga were banned in the first place.
If the servant had all the qualities of bestgirl, this would e perfect
female and male protags come together for employment, ritual or undisclosed purposes, many sexual interests for both...
whenever the female and male protags are within 100ft of each other, they exchange genitals
But would that work in the social milieu of the setting?
MC is generally uninterested in love, and when he is, it's love at first sight with someone very untraditional or otherwise unacceptable for reasons of manners or class.
I suppose if servant were a woman this could add a level of tension, and perhaps provide a motive for the servant's actions besides merely 'duty to serve'.
>being completely and thoroughly logical and well-thought out
This is genious
A zombie virus breaks out and eventually makes its way to Japan, a group of high school students get stuck in the middle and have to fight their way out through any means possible. Looting for supplies and weapons and trying to find their way towards a designated safe zone.
Why are zombies so underly done in anime, anyway?
A two episode OVA about a widower whose daughter gets gangraped and murdered by powerful people. He goes berserk and rampages all over town, killing the ones responsible. When he's down to the last politician, the one who picked his daughter, he gets killed by the politician's bodyguards.
So, basically 'Death Wish' starring Charles Bronson?
Google "Highschool of the dead"
MC is a native Japanese, but he enrolled in an experimental, international high school that has students from all over the world ranging from the US to Russia. The enrollment is done though a lottery system and is one of the few lucky ones that got in.
In his class he meets all kinds of people, and the people he's sitting with is a black guy who's a total bro, a blond girl, and a hispanic girl who's captain of the soccer team (this is the main cast, others will also join.)
Unexplained phenomena have been going around Japan such as earthquakes, random explosions in cities etc.
One day, MC is walking home from school and notices a spacial distortion behind him. Then suddenly, objects he just walk passed by are being crushed by nothing. In a panic he starts to run then something out of thin air picks him up. Something like a hatch opens in mid-air and MC sees the blond girl inside. She tells him to get in and sees that she's inside what looks like a cockpit in mecha anime he watches. He sees what causes the destruction, some kind of alien monster from another dimension. What the MC is in is a mech that only exists in the other dimension is in right now. The girl explains to him she's working for a special organization that eradicates these dimensional monsters using these special mechs, and her team is the same people that MC met in class. The organization is a top secret funded by the United Nations and NASA and they're sending their operatives around the world to get more recruits. The international high school is one of their Japanese branch.
About an introverted guy who wakes up to find that all traces of his existence has disappeared, and that no one can see or hear him. He meets another girl in the same situation as him. Together, they search for others like them and try to solve the mystery of their condition.
Basically, the similarity between everyone is that they wished to die before the last time they slept. A god granted the wish, now matter how serious they actually were in making the wish.
Hero-kun has gotten vengeance on the person who ruined his life and is now retired. Thing is the person he wanted vengeance towards was one of the 4 heavenly kings yet the Big Bad and all but one didn't really give a damn about the person that was killed.
the series is all about one heavenly king trying to get vengeance for the other that was killed.