That series ended weakly...
>the name of the file.
That's what your mom said
>realizing that it's 2014
>realizing that if Tsukune was 15 when the series started he would have been born in 1989
>15 year olds in manga starting in 2014 are born in 1999
>Still hasn't given Miz the D
>Enters early menopause
>Dunks oil over herself and light it up
So who won?
implying that they never fucked
In the epilogue he better have one kid with each of the three main girls
>hurr no polygamy end
Fuck that, why is Moka such a bitch when her father was all about polygamy?
Ten fucking years
I don't want to think about it
There is going to be an epilogue chapter you faggot
>thank you for supporting Rosario + Vampire for the past 10 years
>at what point were you under the impression that there's not going to be another 10 years?
THOSE WHO HUNT MILFs+VAMPIRE
COMING THIS SUMMER
The succubus is the closest one tot eh MC in that pic. I will assume she won.
>implying that the epilogue won't be an asspull
>her father was all about polygamy
He had only two wives and the jealousy almost ended the world.
He's actually 17 by the time it ended, more than a year and a half passed and he turned 16 within 2(?) into the first school year.
> Alucard is DRACULA SPELLED BACKWARDS!
>My face when I read this "spoiler".
*Within 2 months
You gotta presume that he fucked around a lot before meeting Akasha, Akua was his daughter and he didn't take her ass in until she was 13.
the mangaka wasn't even trying at this point
> Kiriya became the leader of Fairy Tale and still antagonized Tsukune
> "Hurrr but that's a story for another time"
Yep... the series was obviously shitcanned.
But Gyoroku was just being a huge bitch
And Issa was alive after Akasha died anyway so she would've had him all to herself, but her butthurt prevented her from enjoying this
Nigger u dumb? It's been going on for ten years, obviously the author was tired of writing it.
that's a story for another time
I rest my case
He brought that upon himself for making Huenco Mundo: Electric Boogaloo
We had anons translating the raws as that as well.
You obviously don't know what you are talking about.
Kiriya and Hokuto wanted Moka's Rosario for other reasons other than Gyoruko controlling Alucard's corpse and Alucard resurrecting himself. Kiriya was obviously going to be some huge villain in the future. Now he's the most unexplained background character in the whole story.
>you will never ride a bus into the blank landscape of an eternal highschool romantic comedy
Hokuto wanted to destroy the school
Kiria was a synthetic chimera created from Alucard and wanted to cause chaos by getting humans and monsters to fight each other
But he's the principal now so it would be a totally different story
Being the headmaster would come with a lot benefits when you think about it.
Access to Paradise, you inherit a lot of cool magical items, you have an platoon of black-op priests working for you, etc.
>he didn't take her ass in until she was 13.
Because she would have to fight to the death to enter the family. Makes you wonder about all the cutie vampire daughters who didn't make it.
Do you honestly see Silver Moka, Kurumu and Mizore as any less territorial? Even the witches are only a little milder.
Kurumu and Mizore were all for polygamy when it was first mentioned
I would hope that now that Moka is good friends with everyone that she'd accept a polygamystic relationship, since I really don't want Mizore to be without children and her having children with someone who isn't Tsukune is equally terrible
>Making his daughters fight to the death
He'd make them fight to kill, but never to the death.
Did you not read the manga?
He made them stop once he realized that they were willing to fight to the death, which means they're worthy of being part of the house.
When Akua first entered the Shuzen family he made her and Kaluha fight, but stopped them before any permanent damage was done.
One of the reasons why Kokoa looked up to Moka was because she was the only one that didn't hold back against her (Kokoa) when they fought.
The rules of the fight were to the death, whether or not it was terminated early. If Akua was not as capable as she was she would have been slaughtered.
Polygamy was a way to get their foot in the door but I think it's a given that they would all descend into a similar jealousy that took Gyokuro.
I don't think so, Gyokuru was a jealous, uppity bitch that didn't even try to get along with Akasha.
She didn't even move back into the main castle until she knew Akasha was going to leave.
>Kurumu and Mizore were all for polygamy when it was first mentioned
Wasn't the little with also for Polygamy. Hell, she was originally after Moka first. Then accepted a threesome with Tsukune.
Yes but now it looks like she's paired with Fong Fong and Kokoa is with Haiji and Sun is with Gin, though Gin tried to put the moves on Kurumu at one point
Both witches were for it.
Outer Moka is going to reappear in the epilogue and there's nothing you can do about it
For a piece of shit, it ended pretty well.
You mean Moka's mom
>No girl wins and audience is left with "any girl could be the one!... but not all"
10 years anons, I was but a lad when this started. All that time following a series that I know will have no pay off. Why are mangaka so against polygamy? If people truly love each other than why should they impose limits on each other? I didn't have a best girl for this series... they were all the best.
Omamori Himari should be the shining example all other shit harems should follow.
Just end on a massive orgy.
Potential for monster school in space season? I've got an idea for a villain.
> Not Tenchi Muyo
The series that started the Harem genre AND ended with a Harem, with BABIES from all the girls in said Harem.
Any "Harem" anime/manga that has an ambiguous or "first girls wins" end is an embarrassment to Tenchi's legacy.
Next plug to pull: History's strongest disciple
Tenchi Muyo also wasn't shit. I don't want to confuse the message.
Why did Alucard think it was a good idea for monsters to be public in Medieval Europe? Last I checked, that wasn't exactly the prime time for tolerance.
Has there ever been a prime time for tolerance? Rome is the only time I can really think of and it wasn't exactly a hugbox.
Well I mean Medieval Europe was especially bad. People were getting burned simply for not believing in God in a specific way. Concerning the ending well... I don't know, in all honesty I preferred it when it was primarily a slice of life story where the action was only a fragment not the entire shibang. I enjoyed it but, the ending left me a little wanting. I still have some hope for the epilogue but I've been heartbroken before...
The action was the majority of the story
But it sort of felt like it was in the background almost has it was a spoof of shows with highschool settings. You know, "these problems matter."
Much of the religious hullabaloo was actually about economics. The Spanish Inquisitions were a money grab (the Salem Witch trials were a land grab for that matter) and most of the other religious wars were actually wars of succession or trade.
Yeah but in the manga, when they invade Alucard's OR as we all shockingly discovered DRACULA'S kingdom they claim that monsters are the enemies of God. So while I agree with you that religion was not the sole reason for conflict during that era, it certainly remained an aspect of it.
>you'll never accidentally end up in a school for monsters
The action was a good part of the story which was central
I liked the comedy too
Yeah knowing me I'd have my own harem of a variety of monster girls in a matter of days... in my dreams
>even if you did you're obviously too old to be there anyway
Oh don't get me wrong, I love the action as well but I just found the comedy SoL part to be the crushed smarties on this ice cream.
You would probably get eaten
Even Tsukune would have gotten eaten if Moka wasn't a foreveralone loser that he chanced to meet first
Again that's just what they told the peasants back then to get free footsoldiers. Any kingdom with potential superhuman soldiers is a major threat to their neighboring serfdoms.
>not againg gracefully
I liked this parto
My beard grows too quickly for me to possibly pass as a highschooler
Say you're a werewolf.
You see, it scenes such as this that make me believe a polygamy end would be happiness for all.
I just want a sequel with fun harem antics
>greatest night of his life
>some of them are probably pregnant with his children
>wasn't even awake for it
Was it rape, /a/?
>we'll never know the tales of Fairytale Strikes back
and the best kind of rape at that
But we get to read the author's next manga, which will be even better right?
Well it said look forward to his next work
>implying it ended
there is still the epilogue. And season 3 if the mangaka's other shit fails
>Implying his next manga wont be a sequel to R+V
that's what I meant by season 3
I regret not having dropped this. That ending was horseshit
Putting aside the obvious failings of this ending, I'm disappointed Mizore and Kurumu never got paired off with each other after the kiss. From a logistics perspective I think it makes sense for a harem series to develop two of the girls as bisexual and have them get together at the end, for a number of reasons: 1) it helps prevent bad ends for the girls, just by merit of two of the girls already having guaranteed good end. Then you have the girl who ends up with MC, which leaves only one or two girls who need a good end specifically worked on for them. You don't want any of the girls to get bad ended, because your readers don't want that to happen, and if they do, then that means you fucked up somewhere along the way. 2). It provides lots of opportunities for character development. 3). Lesbians are hot.
I felt there was a lot of potential for a MizorexKurumu pairing (and I think the constant hand-holding was meant to tease towards that, but who knows).
>Kurumu helps Mizore be more confident about herself and drags her out of the bushes etc. to eat lunch with the others
>Kurumu now does the boob-gag to Mizore. Insert gag where this causes Mizore to start choking on her lollipop and a panicked Kurumu has to use the Heimlich Maneuver
>The girls can tease about trying to get Tsukune in their bed together, causing him to pass out from blood loss
It seems your privileges have went unchecked.
And don't come back.
You think this was bad, wait until one of the big 3 finish. /a/ is gonna be a mess.
Whatever, I at least had the sense to avoid those series. I don't mind basking in a shitstorm if i'm not the one getting mad
>Confirmed for win.
>Real Moka is still behind the romance steps.
Except the manga already had the little witch trying to get Tsukune and Moka, it did not need another bisexual
hey now, there's no need for that.
Unfortunately, Love Hina is now the most influential harem manga
All we can do now is hope her love rivals guilt trip her into sharing him!
The mom didn't ntr anyone.
It was Mako who was trying to steal away her new daddy.
This pretty much sums it up
SZS manga had polygamy and impregnation plus kids ending as well for its epilogue chapter
Mizore > Kurumu > Ruby > Outer Moka > Inner Moka > Pedobait
>epilogue in April
Well the mom and Moka thought they were the same person
Mizore and Kurumu have more noble reasons for being with Tsukune than both Mokas
>first thing he sees is snake loli on top
I love the ending.
Turns out Pink haired Moka is actually a clone of her mother or something
Apparently, this Dracula has good intentions and... well, you know... exacting violent revenge on his political enemies and trying to kill as many Trans-Saxons since they were substitutes for the Greedy Jew stereotype.
>Also the lack of the bitchin' stache
I know that I just making fun of the typo
Miayabi needed a goatee at least
Well they got the eventual psychotic part down