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Why is the studio committed to making this a shitty show about card battles?
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It is not really about card battles.
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>>100950624
Because Z/X is actually a good game.
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This show may be based off a card game, but the anime doesn't use cards during battles you fucking idiot.

It's just another generic shounen anime with monsters and mystical creatures fighting each other under the command of a 'master'.
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Is there a reason why they can't just hold their own cards and need human partners. And what made a sick girl an ideal partner anyway.
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They should make it more like Fantasista Dolls.
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>>100950624
waifu wars
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great character design but the plot is all over the place
and by the time i finished episode 1 i realized i have no idea what is hapening with the show?
story telling - 0/10
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>Zillions of enemy X
Always and forever.
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I like it.
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>>100953133
More like your attention span 0/10

>flashback right at the end
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>>100950624
way better than fate/stay shit
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>>100952170
Card devices are like pokeballs, Z/X aren't cards but actual parallel world beings.

>And what made a sick girl an ideal partner anyway.
If the anime is using the lore of the TCG (at least for the backstory), then blackmail. Blue World is future technology world so they have the ability to heal Azumi and one of the Administrator is blackmailing Azumi to work for her if she wants her body healed if I remember correctly.



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