Let's have another one of these babies anons.
hard mode: list out the episode names insanity mode: list you're character's names and have other people guess their archetype
Let's have another one of these babies anons
Let's have another one of these babies anons.
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Cloudcuckoolander-type girl transfers into a new school. She's upbeat and energetic and constantly trying to be friendly and outgoing. Her character design has brightly coloured hair and a slightly wacky-but-cute look.
When she arrives, her class is full of Japanese-looking students (all of them have black hair) and she sticks out like a sort thumb. She tries to be friendly to her classmates but the exclude her. The series focuses on what start off as slightly comedic moments of main girl trying to fit in but accidentally making the other girls hate her all the more
but things take a dark turn and eventually she starts to be horrifically bullied, tortured and possibly even raped.
Ok lemme try my hand at this:
The MC is a down-on-his luck student straight out of college. A /k/ nut, he is finding little work beyond menial odd jobs on the side. Unsatisfied with his life, he one day gets a phone call asking him if he wants to "help out others". On a whim, he accepts the job offer and shows up at the specified place only to find out that he was recruited to work for a PMC. There, he meets the platoon he is assigned to and with little choice he begins his days as a mercenary.
MC's squad sergeant: Reina
MC's platoon 2nd lieutenant: Aochi
MC's fellow private/love interest: Haruka
Other squad sergeant in MC's platoon: Takumi
the main character is an adult man who accidentally ingests the soul of an 8 year old boy who died, now the two share a body
Tokyo Metro 2033
The world has been reduced to rubble. Humanity is nearly extinct. The half-destroyed cities have become uninhabitable through radiation. Beyond their boundaries, they say, lie endless burned-out deserts and the remains of splintered forests. Survivors still remember the past greatness of humankind. But the last remains of civilisation have already become a distant memory, the stuff of myth and legend.
More than 10 years have passed since the last plane took off from the earth. Rusted railways lead into emptiness. The ether is void and the airwaves echo to a soulless howling where previously the frequencies were full of news from America, Europe, and China. Man has handed over stewardship of the earth to new life-forms. Mutated by radiation, they are better adapted to the new world. Man's time is over.
A few score thousand survivors live on, not knowing whether they are the only ones left on earth. They live in the Tokyo Metro - the biggest air-raid shelter ever built. It is humanity's last refuge. Stations have become small states- nationstations, their people uniting around ideas, religions, water-filters - or the simple need to repulse an enemy incursion. It is a world without a tomorrow, with no room for dreams, plans, hopes. Feelings have given way to instinct - the most important of which is survival. Survival at any price.
Meiji-Jingumae Station is the westernmost inhabited station on its line. It was one of the Metro's underground stations and still remains secure. But now a new and terrible threat has appeared. Hinako, a young girl living in Meiji-Jingumae, is given the task of penetrating to the heart of the Metro, to the legendary Otemachi Station, to alert everyone to the awful danger and to get help. She holds the future of her native station in her hands, the whole Metro - and maybe the whole of humanity.
This sounds pretty intresting I would want to see this.
tell me more about the plot
Humanity had interacted with various races and flourished alongside them. But in the year 2100, mankind's worst enemy returned. The mechanical lifeforms known as The Fleet wrecked havoc turned the peaceful Earth into a battlefield once again and declared a war against the whole Milky Way.
The story goes with our MC, Mike Harvey, with his friends and loved ones killed during the Fleet declaration of war and has nothing but revenge on his mind. His view on the world later changed after he met a girl whose real identity is the widely known idol, Sakurada Kashima.
With the skills he showed during the Fleet's invasion in Planet Astaria, he was qualified to become a new member of the anti-Fleet unit, the Omega Platoon.
1. Chanced Meeting
2. Wanderer's Fate
3. First Flight
4. Hard-headed Lieutenant
5. Into the Sky
6. Naval Ships at Space
7. Mental Model
8. Empire's Plea
9. Escape at Enemy Fire
10. Pink Star
14. Union Core
15. A Short Vacation
16. Musashi's Declaration
17. Lexus Under Fire
18. Silver-Haired Princess
19. Hyper Graviton
20. Anti-Air Squadron
21. Assault at Enemy's Frontline
22. Super Fenrir
23. Cosmic Rondo
24. A New Rhytm
Macross Omega: Requiem in Melancholy
Brooding protag that warms up
Genki main romantic intrest lead
Older nee-san character
Robot character (don't know the personality type)
Don't know (maybe close friend of Musashi/Yamato?)
Hinako was born before the nuclear holocaust. She and her mother escaped into the depths of the Yoyogi-Koen Station. All was well until a horde of carnivorous rats invaded the station. The rats killed Hinako's mother and many survivors with her. The baby Hinako was saved by a military officer named Yoshida. Using a nearby powered trolley, they escaped to the neighbouring Meiji-Jingumae Station, whose guards stopped the rats with a makeshift flamethrower. Yoshida's escape from the station became legendary. He later became one of the station's authorities.
Years have passed and Hinako is now 16. Meiji-Jingumae is no longer safe. Recently, guards posted at the tunnel to Yoyogi-Koen were being attacked by a new mutant. They call them the kaibutsu- tall, humanoid creatures with dark glossy skin and large alien eyes. The guards open fire without question, and they do not stop. The guards were physically unharmed, but their minds were beyond repair.
Even Hinako was having nightmares, and she has never even seen one of them.
One day, she meets a mysterious man who calls himself Jack. He was a friend of Yoshida. The three gather together and discuss the station’s security. While Jack believes they should keep fighting the monsters, Yoshida had lost all hope. All of a sudden, wolf-like mutants made their way in through the tunnel vents and attacked some guards. Hinako takes a weapon from a dead guard and skillfully eliminates the wolves, much to Jack’s amazement.
Before Jack leaves, he tells Hinako to travel to Otemachi Station in case he does not return. Jack is going on an expedition to eliminate the Kaibutsu lair, apparently in Yoyogi Park. Yoshida heavily disapproves of this mission, as the path to Otemachi is treacherous. Days have passed, and Jack was never heard from again.
Determined to accomplish this task, she sneaks on a caravan trolley on their way to Shinjuku Station and sets off on her journey.
Hinako arrives in Kita-Sando Station. The caravan is unable to proceed as the path to Shinjuku is quarantined as paranormal anomalies were occuring there. With no other way to go, Hinako meets Anzu. She introduces herself as a stalker, scavengers who survey the surface. She offers Hinako to escort her to Yotsuya-Sanchome Station to repay an old friend, in exchange for a generous amount of ammunition. Seeing this as an opportunity to get to Otemachi, she agrees. They sneak through the guards into the tunnel.
The tunnel was poorly lit. Mutants began pouring from the vents, but were swiftly dealt with their guns. As they approach the centre of the tunnel, they began to hear singing. Anzu felt as if it was calling for her, and ran off. Hinako followed, and before them was a large metal door. It was ominous and had a red light behind it. Hinako tried to stop Anzu from walking forward, but she soon heard the door singing. She succumbs to the madness. They open the door, and it tried to suck them in, but something drags the both away from the door: a Kaibutsu. Hinako and Anzu later wake up near the end of the tunnel, dazed and confused, but safe. They proceed to the station gate, where the guards hold them at gunpoint.
Apparently, Anzu has racked up large debt with them. Anzu then negoitates with the guard captain, and after an apparent bribe, they were let in. The entire station was a market, stalls were everywhere and selling all sorts of commodities. It was fully lit and was rather clean, typical of a Hansa station. Anzu tells Hinako they cannot pass into Shinjuku-Gyoenmae- not with her debts, but has a different idea. She tells her to buy a gas mask and some filters as their next destination was more dangeorus than the tunnels: the surface.
Going through the airlock, the two climb up the stairs towards the surface. Hinako saw the dark skies of the surface, feeling both fear and sorrow, but also a mysterious beauty. The clouds were covered in thick, dark clouds. The buildings were in ruins and the streets were covered in snow. It was extremely freezing, due to the nuclear winter. They were forced to wear gas masks as the air was poisonous. It was devoid of life, save for wolf-like mutants who feed on the corpses of dead stalkers, and flying creatures called demons that rule the skies with thier mighty howls.
Hinako passes by an abandoned playground, when the scenery suddenly changes. The sky became clear, the plants were green, and the playground was filled with children. Hinako couldn't believe what she was seeing. She was about to remove her mask when Anzu stops her. Anzu said she was spacing out for a moment. The vision disappears and the place returns to normal. The playground became cold and desolate. For a brief moment, she saw the shadow of a Kaibutsu looking at them.
After some more walking, they arrive in Kojimachi Station. Anzu goes down first, but she captured by some bandits. Hinako then tries to rescue Anzu, killing a few bandits on the way, but it was too late. Anzu was already heavily wounded. At her last moments, Anzu admits she was planning to kill Hinako and loot her. She asks for forgiveness, but Anzu dies before Hinako could respond.
From the end of the station, she could hear the other bandits coming her way. It was too late to run, but the ceiling vent suddenly opened, and out came a man. He said he was a friend and came to help. He dragged her up into the vent, and they got out of the station.
The two leave the vents and into the tunnel. The man introduces himself as Hanzo. He has a mysterious air around him, and he claims to have no alliegiance. The two then plan a route to Otemachi, as he was headed there as well.
The tunnel to Kojimachi was completely dark. Hanzo tells Hinako to be careful, and never touch any of the shadows. She was unsure what he meant, until she saw them: silhouettes of people. Hanzo explains that the shadows were the people who died in the tunnel, forced to relive their deaths for eternity. They continue on, wearing gas masks as the rails go back to the surface before returning underground, then enter a maintenance tunnel. They both reach Kojimachi Station, dark and burning. Hanzo proclaims that they may be too late and rushes forward.
They reached the station platform, and saw guards fighting swarms of mutants. The guards tell Hanzo that the northern tunnel to Ichigaya slightly collapsed, forming a hole on the ceiling. Bombers were sent to close the hole, but they never returned. Hanzo tells Hinako to find the bomb and close the tunnel. Despite all odds, Hinako does find the bomb and successfully closes the tunnel.
The guards and Hanzo were very thankful, but Hanzo explains that he needs to stay for a while. He hands over what looked like makeshift dogtags and tells her to find someone named Yayoi in Nagatacho Station, through the southern tunnels.
Hinako reaches the entrance to Nagatacho, but was halted by the guards. The guards were armed with naginatas, but one had a machine gun. They asked for an entry pass, but Hinako only showed them her passport and Hanzo's dogtags. They were going to bring her in for interrogation, but a woman came in to save her. The woman was Yayoi. Hinako told her situation, and Yayoi said she should stay in the station for a while.
Nagatacho Station is connected to Akasaka-Mitsuke Station, forming the heart of the Shogunate. It s a militarist station, following the old feudal system of Japan. The station was heavily furnished, designed to replicate the old Edo period architecture. People were also wearing traditional clothing, and the military wore samurai amrour.
Yayoi then explains to Hinako that the only way to get her to Otemachi would be through the Hanzomon Station, the "Front Line". A squad of soldiers were to be sent to the Front Line via trolley. Yayoi gives her a Shogunate uniform and hides her in the trolley's baggage compartment. They proceed through the tunnel.
They arrive in the Front Line, at Hanzomon Station. There is a battle between the Shogunate and their enemy, the Empire. The station is disputed as it is near the Imperial Palace, claimed and contested by both factions.
Hinako sneaks away from the trolley, but eventually gets caught by an officer. She is forced to charge with a few soldiers into enemy fire. With some luck, she manages to survive the charge and hide behind what appeared to be a destroyed tank, an armoured railcar armed with a cannon. She takes off her heavy Shogunate armour, and sneaks behind enemy lines to the rear. She proceeds into the tunnels, but is unfortunately caught by the rear guard. She was taken prisoner and brought deep into Kudanshita Station, heart of the Empire.
Hinako awakens in a cell, deep in Kudanshita Station. An officer of the Kenpeitai, the Imperial Military Police, enters her cell and interrogates her, but she knocks him out. She takes the officer's uniform and items and leaves, locking the cell. She later discovers that she was imprisoned in a concentration camp- built on the water sewage tunnels under the station- and see hundreds of prisoners. She escapes and ascends onto the station itself.
Kudanshita was the heart of the Empire, a militarist faction that wishes to restore the Greater Japanese Empire and free post-apocalyptic Tokyo from impure mutated humans, which include non-Japanese. The station itself is very clean and crimeless. There is electricity and running water. Citizens lived in makeshift apartments built from old trains and placed by the tunnel walls. The walls were literred with Rising Sun flags.
Hinako reaches the main platform and sees several people and soldiers gathered. On an elevated stage was the General, making a speech. She learns that the Empire plans to wage "an ultimate last crusade" to capture Otemachi and the Shogunate. Several guards appear- looking for an escaped prisoner and tries to chase Hinako. Hinako then runs through the platforms and hijacks a railtank. She blasts through the tunnels until the Imperial guards stopped chasing her.
After several kilometres, she is forced to abandon the tank, as the rails were buried by debris. She proceeds on foot towards Jimbocho Station.
Unfortunately for Hinako, things started very badly. She reaches a guard post, and sees several corpses. There was one survivor named Sagara. He tells Hinako about Jimbocho Station, and how a large swarm of mutants have massacred half the inhabitants. The other half were gathered on the other end of the station. He gives Hinako a tape recording, and tells her to broadcast his message to Otemachi using a radio station on a nearby surface building.
Hinako proceeds through the station. The air was posionous, forcing her to wear her gas mask. The station was literred with dead bodies. Mutants would occassionally show up to attack her. When she reaches the end of the station, she sees only few survivors left. They let her through the airlock into the surface.
On the surface, she sneaks pass a squadron of Imperial soldiers, who were planning to attack Jimbocho Station. She proceeds through the ruins of the city, and into the building, where she finds a radio on the roof. She then broadcasts Sagara's message, and hears his final words.
She tries to enter Shin-Ochanomizu Station, but is discovered by some Imperial Soldiers. She was about to be captured, when two soldiers come and save her.
Hinako had been saved by two soldiers named Yuri and Rin. They are soldiers of the Sōhei, the military force protecting Otemachi. The two decide to bring her back. They are then spotted by another squadron of Imperial soldiers, and race down into Shin-Ochanomizu Station. They hastily ride their trolley, being chased by the soldiers, when a pack of mutants begin attacking the Imperials. Hinako skillfully eliminates the chasing mutants.
Her dangerous journey nears a close. Hinako slowly slips into sleep. However, she has a very disturbing vision. She is in an alien-looking tunnel. On one end, a Kaibutsu appears and walks toward her. Her instincts take over, and she runs the other side. She ran, and at the end of the station, she sees her mother. She was calling to Hinako. Wanting to see her mother's face again, she approches the figure, but it reveals itself to be one of the Kaibutsu. The horror then wakes her up.
Finally, her journey was over. Hinako, Yuri, and Rin enter Otemachi Station. Otemachi was one of the last, genuine seats of civilisation. There, and only there, you could still meet the keepers of old and strange knowledge. Only there could one meet elderly professors from universities, the last artists, artisans, musicians and poets, physicists, chemists, biologists, and mathematicians.
She is welcomed by the Sōhei's commander, who introduces himself as Mikage, the very man Jack asked her to look for. She explains her task, and Mikage informs her that there is a council meeting tomorrow to discuss the situation of the Metro. During the meeting, Hinako explains the situation at Meiji-Jingumae and asks for support. The council declines, but the Sōhei later offers her help. Mikage asks Hinako to join them in an expedition to the National Diet Library, where a very important document must be obtained.
Hinako returns to the surface with her new allies: Mikage, Rin, and Yuri. They proceed to the National Diet Library, passing through the Imperial Palace. They run into a skirmish between Imperial and Shogunate stalkers, who were fighting over control of the Palace, and are forced to run. Finally, they reach the National Diet Library.
Mikage warns Hinako of Librarians, large ape-like creatures with fearsome strength who live in the Library. They were known to mimick human language. He says that she can stop the beast temporarily by looking directly at its eyes.
They arrive at the Library and after an encounter with a Demon, they are separated. Mikage and Yuri stay behind while Hinako and Rin progress further into the library. They later encounter a Librarian and fight it. Hinako manages to barely escape. Rin is killed by the beast.
Hinako reaches a very secluded area in the Library. She checks through the archives, finding only one document: a folder named "Dead Hand". She exits the Library, and is attacked by a Librarian, but a vehicle comes up and slams into the beast. Mikage and Yuri were driving the vehicle, and they bring Hinako to Tokyo Station.
The Tokyo Station building is the surface headquarters of the Sōhei. They examine the Dead Hand documents, and confirm the government's secret project: a new military subway system called the Tokyo Metro-2. Dead Hand is one of its stations. The rest of the document was whitewashed.
Mikage suggests to go to Tokyo Metro-2 and find the Dead Hand site. Hinako is given Sōhei equipment, military-grade armour and weapons. They take off with a team of 6 and walk to the Ginza-Itchome Station. They ride a trolley all the way to Tsukishima, where they made a stop.
Here, the team rests while Mikage goes on a patrol with the Tsukishima security commander, Hideo. They discuss the disappearances of the station's residents and the conditions of the adjacent station, Kachidoki, but the tunnel to it had collapsed.
One night, Kaira, Hideo's child, disappears. Hinako and Yuri went to search for her, and finds the child's music-maker outside a previously unseen entrance- possibly Kachidoki. They enter, but are both knocked unconscious and taken hostage. They captors are the Savage Cannibals of the Great Worm. There, the cannibals are about to feast on the duo but are rescued by Mikage and a team of stalkers. Kaira is saved and Hideo decides to join the team.
They later discover a large hole on the wall of Kachidoki. It leads to some uncharted tunnels. The team enter it, and after an encounter with mutants, they reach an unknown station. An automated train arrives at the station, and the team board it.
They finally discover it, the Dead Hand site. The train they just rode on was operated by Tokyo Metro-2. The Dead Hand Station was not a station, but a missile silo. Resting in the bottom of it were cruise missiles. They were looking at a massive pre-war violation of treaties.
They venture into the control room and it was completely devoid of life. There was no power, so the panels were useless. Mikage asks Hinako, Yuri, and a few others to find the power generator and active it.
The team descend the missile silo, encountering several light-emitting and radioactive mutants. They eliminate them and find the power generator room. The entire room, however, had extremely poisonous air and the radiation was strong. They put on their masks and discover that, above the generator, was a giant biomass. It was a giant blob of flesh that rested on the walls and the generators. Hideo and other stalkers were killed by it. Hinako uses a crane to refuel the power generators and Yuri actives them, electrifying the beast.
With the control room now functional, Mikage gains access to its weapons. The missiles were ready to be launched, but requires some guidance. He tasks Hinako and Yuri to find a high point to direct the missiles.
Their next destination was the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building.
The two take the Metro-2 train to Tochomae Station. They ascend to the surface, where a team of Sōhei were waiting. They were sent by Mikage to support them. Suddenly, they are attacked by a swarm of mutants from all sides. Hinako and Yuri rush to the building. They are presented with final problem: how to get up the tower. Fortunately, Yuri offers a solution. Simply by activating the elevators counter-weight they can ride their way up.
The old elevator system breaks just three-fourths of the way to the top, and Hinako is sent plummeting down a few floors. She manages to hold on however to some rubble and Yuri tells her to climb up. The higher floors, however, are completely exposed- and Hinako is almost killed several times by flying demons. Hinako finally reaches Yuri. It is then that another demon makes it's move and breaks through a building wall; the demon injures Yuri before Hinako can finish it off.
Hinako climbs the rest of the building alone. She makes several scents up crumbling ladders and frozen pipes. Several times, the Kaibutsu begin to speak to Hinako. They are now panicking and frustrated. Hinako reaches the top and gets a full view of Tokyo and Yoyogi Park, lair of the Kaibutsu.
Hinako sets up the missile guidance system on the top, when the Kaibutsu use their telepathic powers to stop Hinako.
Hinako awakens in a darkned room with four doors around her. The three doors had nothing behind them, but behind the last door was a Kaibutsu. It pulls Hinako deep into the room, and she falls. After a while, she regains consciousness and finds herself back on the top of the Metropolitan Government Building, standing behind the missile guidance sensor. Before she could stand, she blacks out again.
She awakens, this time, in a dark maze. She wanders through the maze, when she is faced with a Kaibutsu. She runs away from it, and sees Yuri on one end. Before she could reach her, she blacks out. This time, she is on a stone path. She ran across the path, avoiding the Kaibutsu at the intersections. She then reaches the end and sees Jack.
Jack approaches her and hands her a revolver. Behind her, was a Kaibutsu. She points the revoler at it, but it speaks to her. The Kaibutsu explains that they have been contacting her throughout her journey- and that they only want peace with the humans. The deaths they caused were all accidental. She comes to realize that her strange visions were attempts to communicate with her. The vision at the playground. When the Kaibutsu saved her and Anzu from the gate. Hinako begins to understand- and feel hope.
However, Hinako regains consciousness, and wakes up back on the rooftop. It was too late. She sees the missiles fly through the air and onto Yoyogi Park, destroying the Kaibutsu. All the Kaibutsu were killed in vain. Hinako tears her mask in agony for what she has done.
1. Princess Wreathed in White Flames
2. Knightless Squire
3. Astra Bearers
4. Blade of Ice
5. Cold Reunion
6. Childhood Promise
7. Disappeared Diva
8. Song of Storms
9. Eye of the Hurricane
10. Academy's Darkness
12. Queen's Knight
1. Satou Taichi
2. Fiamma Bianchi
3. Kurogane Fuyumi
4. Aimer Mistral
5. Sunohara Ichiro
I'm being as on the nose as possible here, don't let me down Sup Forums.
Setting similar to the medieval Europe but on the East side of the continent, Asia counterpart on the West side
MC is student to an ageless oracle, only 2 senior that come centuries before him was allow to interfere with the continent politic and warfare, the rest never leave the school which was basically a small mountain due to not able to pass the humanity test which MC passed.
Biggest kingom in East part is in a civil war wage by 3rd prince against other royal members. 1st + 2nd prince is dead, the queen and the 4th princess is being chased.
On the West, the Grand horde is gathering men to conquered the East after conquering the entire West side barring a few small country and islands but was able to establish a good relationship with them after failing to invade.
MC is teached the Art of War and Dark Art of War by the Oracle which originated from the West. Now he stand in front of 3 choices
To help the Horde conquer the East and establish peace for hundred of years with the price of millions death; Uniting the East to fend off the horde to preserve their freedom like his 2nd senior just 80 years ago? or To gain power and unite the East into a single great country like his 1st centuries ago?
MC is 23, genius tactician and a bit weaker than veterans. Great care for the people. Prefer to use the Dark art of war involve with a lot of spy, sabotage and trap rather than AoW, in case of battle he can easily out maneuver most competent commander but still prefer causing inner conflict to destroy enemy from the inside while eliminating his opposer by sending them as bait into trap.
The Grand Horde leader is on his 50, wanting to unite the continent into a single cohesive country, ending all war allow people to freely trade and keep their religion.
The 3rd prince is 20ish wish to unite the East like the legendary king centuries ago and preserve its freedom from the Horde even by the cost of his family blood
Character name, no specific order, come belong to various duke and lord in the East
2. Unending Nightmare
3. Dawn or Dusk
4. After the Storm
5. Maiden Voyage
6. Protector of the Crown
7. Honor or Blood?
8. Duty of the Loyal
9. Shadow Dagger
10. Dead or Treason
11. Unexpected Battle
12. Broken Chain
13. To give a Tiger wings
14. The Faithful few
15. Honor in Death
16. To kill or not to kill?
17. 3 birds, 1 stone
18. Foolish Loyalty
19. City of Death
20. The Valiant of Oceanicus
21. Dead of a Man
22. Saint among men
23. And now it burn
24. Heart or Mind?
25. For the people vs For the people
context for the senior
1st one was 813 years ago, he united 2/3 of the continents into the Great Aleria which last for 605 years, with him as the first king but he hvae no spouse or childrens, his successor was an adoptive child from one of his close retainer.
The 2nd one was 90 years ago, He convinced the lord and king of the East to fend off the Black Horde which had consumed 70% of the West and heading East. After some disastrous lost by people who refuse to cooperate they vote him as supreme commander of the Liberty Alliance, and after 10 years of war the Horde was repel, soon after broken by internal conflict. He died in the decisive battle, trading kill with the Khan result in the lost of the Horde and latter internal conflict which took them 60 years to recover. The biggest country in the East is Zarya
Also more name
12. John Woodwalker
13. James Shadowborned
14. Marcus Wiser
15. Langdon "Backstabber'
16. Inilus 'The Sentinel'
Tokyo Metro 2034
It is the year 2034. Beneath the ruins of post-apocalyptic Tokyo, in the tunnels of the old Metro, the remnants of mankind are besieged by deadly threats from outside - and within. Mutants stalk the catacombs beneath the desolate surface, and hunt amidst the poisoned skies above.
But rather than stand united, the nationstates of the Metro are locked in a great struggle. The Empire, the Shogunate, Otemachi, and many other domains are fighting for supremacy. A civil war is stirring that could wipe humanity from the face of the earth forever.
Only a few months have passed since the event that started and ended at Meiji-Jingumae Station. The demonic mutants once considered a deadly threat, are gone for good, killed by Hinako and her allies. Her memories of the chaos had yet to disappear.
Hinako, legendary saviour of the Metro, must find an end to this war. Burdened by guilt, but driven by hope- she holds the key to the survival of the Metro, and perhaps the whole of humanity.
Starts off at the end of a Yandere bad end for a harem VN. When Bad End is reached the world goes into a time stop and all the characters, dead and alive, have a temporary period of awareness where they all discuss what went wrong. Due to Deus Ex Machina, they've been living a long line of dream-like loops trying to get someone's "True End" to happen but they've failed and still don't have a clue what that entails. Rules are that only one of them will retain awareness for each loop and they serve as the "player" who has to steer the story. They're all frustrated at having to live out the same few weeks for so long, even the Yandere couldn't care less about the "MC's" unfaithfulness anymore and just wants to get out. The only way out is to unravel the identity of mystery true end heroine and to do that they have to spill out their secrets to manipulate their loop selves into doing what needs to happen
1. Yanderes Lead To Bad Ends
2. Childhood Friends Just Don't Win
3. Ojou Money Can't Buy Love
4. Christmas Cakes Expire For A Reason
5. Traps Are Fake Heroines
6. The School President Is Not My True End
7. Harem End Is No Good
8. No Ending Alone
9. I Can See The Ending
10. True End Route
11. Love Is Over
12. Happily Ever After
Let me guess, the best bro is true end.
Imouto. MC goes home before the resets to see her at the end of each episode. Takes till end of 8 for childhood friend to see that imouto still has a hopeful glimmer in her eye. That said she's not the story's true end heroine, just the loops'.
Could be fun. I like the idea of all of the characters having a discussion after each loop, but given the context, it would be to tonally jarring and nonsensical to have it in the style of a hyper-deformed comedy-short, so that's a bit of a shame.
If the 'true end' is at episode 10, then what are the last two episodes?
An American crime lord from the 1920s is killed by his right hand man and reincarnated as a cute girl in a slice of life show.
Most of the show is him trying to get back into organized crime in Japan despite not knowing anything about their culture and knowing nothing of the modern day. Eventually he/she manages to get into the Yakuza and takes it over using clever Mafia tactics and years of experience being a crimelord. He has to make his way to the top by battling stronger opponents, only to find out that the yakuza is just one of many social tentacles acting as a manipulator for the new world order. Reincarnated 1920s mafia yakuza loli now has to take on the shady world government so that he can restore freedom to the Earth and have his organized crime ring without just being a puppet for some shadow government.
A boy falls in love with a girl.
Unable to confess, he is gifted with by a deus ex machina with the girl's phone number. Never minding the strange area code, he immediately calls her, and is overjoyed to find out that she has a crush on him as well.
But, the next day, when he recounts the previous day's confessions to the girl, she only looks at him with a perplexed expression. After some investigation, he finds out that the girl he called is not the same girl he fell in love with. In fact, she doesn't exist in this universe at all. She is the girl's alternate universe counterpart, who has fallen in love with the MC's own AU self, who too is blissfully unaware of her crush.
Hijinks ensue as the two strike up a deal to give each other their darkest, most private secrets in order to equip the other with the weapons they need to conquer the heart of their other selves. While the two chase their respective loved ones, DRAMA ensues as they begin to fall in love with each other instead and question the NATURE of LOVE.
Why the hell just not make original M33?
Sci-fi/action/drama space anime with humans and aliens but aliens are not the bad guys.
The year's 2516. Mankind's pretty much an average space-farring empire caught up in politics with alien space-farring empires. Tons of aliens immigrate to Earth because Earth's unique in the sense that it has abundant with resources. Over the years, there's generations of aliens who were born and raised on earth. Earth pretty much becomes a multicultural planet where everybody's working hard in the industries and becomes the galactic center of engineering, industry and science.
MC, who looks like a typical pretty boy, is a proud nationalist who thinks that aliens should fuck off from Earth and get out of Earth politics and affairs. He gets into politics and runs to be leader of the human empire. With an exploitation of laws, politics, and using various powerful people like puppets and tools, he manages to cheat the election, and forcefully turns the human empire into a militaristic dictatorship, commanding his armies to take out the various resistance groups in his empire. He passes laws where aliens have to leave Earth and other human-controlled planets or else they face imprisonment, slavery, or even death.
Politics build up for a few episodes. Main character over the course of a few months/years turns the human empire into a military powerhouse. Tensions are building up between the alien empires, and then the biggest war in the history of the Galaxy breaks out, with the MC himself commanding his fleet from the front lines, and continues to steamroll over -most- of his enemies, with only few managing to be formidable foes.
The aliums did nothing wrong.
Why are you under the impression it's a comedy? Think seacats, just fewer goats. Last two episodes deal with them finally being free with all the memories from the loops and dealing with how the experiences changed their relationships with one another.
The world needs more badass little girls
I'm too late
Threadly reminder that you should stop posting that because it's a thing. Stop posting this because it already found a way.
It's already a meme, so you don't need to post it anymore.
FINDS A WAY
Is this history canon or is just fanfic bullshit??
A beta, sperg school boy gets bullied every day. One day, he decides that he's going to stand up to the bullies in the most ridiculous way possible. During halloween he makes a super hero costume out of a mishmash of costume parts and paint, and goes around his hometown "stopping crime", from fighting jocks to confronting people who just loiter or litter.
But the twist is, he's actually really fucking weak, and through a sequence of coincidences and all around bad luck, everybody he confronts to fight gets killed in the most stupidly gruesome ways like slipping on puddles or backing up onto the street, but MC constantly brags that through his valiant efforts he's putting criminals in their place.
Some random loli 5 years younger than him admires him so much that she builds her own makeshift costume and becomes his "legendary sidekick mascot".
Together they go around accidentally killing people. The police and government get involved and declare them as "super villains", thinking that they have some absurd supernatural powers since their death count is so fucking high. MC and his loli waifu sidekick take on a police force and accidentally get them all killed.
There is no concept of sexuality, everyone is bisexual
Main girl is a nympho, she sleeps with every single person that shows interest in her claiming they're "the one"
She's also a psychopath, she manipulates them all in to thinking that she's only with one of them and the rest are liars
Main boy is also a nympho, and does the exact same thing
They catch on to each other's game and end up together
In 1869, the Japanese government decides to grant autonomy to The Republic of Ezo for use as a buffer state between the Japanese mainland and the Russian Far East. In WWII, they gain sovereignty by staging a bloody revolution against both the Soviets and the Japanese. This event gives the citizens of Ezo a strong sense of cultural pride. In turn, it results in some resentment from the newly formed Japanese government, unyielding support from the United States, and outright hostility from the Soviets.
It is now 1988, and the Cold War is coming to a close. Nonetheless, far-left militants and Japanese nationalist rebels are still active. The protagonist is a young man who moves from Tokyo to Toyohara, at the southern half of Sakhalin, for a high paying telecommunications job. The company is revealed to be run by a CIA-affiliated private contractor that focuses on surveillance.
The protagonist reluctantly agrees to take part, and has to come to grips with the ramifications of mass surveillance.
futuristic Japan versus futuristic China
main character is a Japanese soldier robot that only does what its told and feels no emotions
all soldier robots are powered by the brains of dead people
main character starts seeing memories from the brain, which wasn't the designer's intention
main character and a bunch of robots starts to develop emotions and human thoughts, but have to keep it secret in fear that the Japanese will take them into labs to study them
they pretend to be emotionless robots and proceed on the battlefield against China and witness to all these horrors of war that generally wouldn't phase them if they stayed like normal robots
despite being traumatized and stricken with PTSD these few robots who developed consciousness continue to hide their feelings form their masters, who just think they're sending mindless drones to battle
1. Graduation Day, Part 1
2. School is Cancelled?!?
3. Dejection of the Destiny of Peace
4. Love Without Mercy Saves Itself
5. An Exercise in Revival
6. Now to Work
7. Without Dreams is There a Reason Hope?
8. It Was Always a Lie?
9. When You Can't Join Them
10. How to Break the World
11. Graduation Day, Part the Last.
12. Life on the Beach.
Anime about a dystopian society where the government controls people through hidden surveillance and monitoring equipment required in every communication device. Any dissent is considered treason and traitors are summarily punished. The MC, a high school student fed up with the regime, happens to discover his phone's surveillance chip is defective and that the phone is untraceable by the government. Upon this discovery, he slowly organizes a resistance force of like-minded students who are determined to change the system.
5.An Opportunity Arises
7.Fighting the President
8.In Dire Straits
10.Death is the only Escape
12.After all the Bloodshed
13.Winners and Losers
14.A Sign of Things to Come
15.You only have but one life to give for your country
Title of the anime is the first letter of each episode
Harem Truman Show.
An orphan boy is taken and raised inside a giant dome city as the focus of the most popular reality show in the world. When he turns 10, the producers introduce a game show element. People can win huge sums of cash if they will move into the dome city, get the show's star to do something, and keep him from knowing he is on a TV show.
So poor Kentaro's life starts getting crazy. When he enters high school the final set of guest star challenges are revealed. Take his first kiss, take his virginity, first steady girlfriend, and marry him.
Cute Girls pretending to be cute boys.
5 middle school girls from the same school need to find a high school to go to. The best one is a private boys school. So the girls get together and dress up as boys to apply and attend the school. while everyone thinks they are really attending a public high school on the other side of town.
A fairly generic setting with elves, dwarves, undead and so on, magic is extremely scarce but every now and then one of the gods from a vast pantheon of them projects his will onto the material world, a divine intervention if you will.
Plot starts revolving around a farmboy with no ambitions in life other than taking over his family household once his parents kick the bucket, all is quiet and well in the village until they're raided by bandits, pillagers and other ne'er-do-wells, villagers are mercilessly slaughtered, including the family of the MC, whole place is getting razed, he goes to grab a sword his father used during his adventuring days, with sole intent to kill as many of the raiders before he dies himself.
As the MC is about to get wrecked, a paladin which was camping near the village beheads the raid leader while on horseback, sends all of them fleeing, MC bursts into bitch tears because everyone he knew is now dead and he accomplished nothing, the paladin offers the farmboy a new start in life - joining a paladin order and baits him with the idea of vengeance on the head honcho behind the raider group.
Few year timeskip, MC is an apprentice of the now aging paladin and only few days shy of becoming a full fledged paladin himself, while on an assignment to restock their order on medicine and herbs from an elven forest retreat, as they close on the village, they note the sounds of battle and smoke raising from the treetops, the forest retreat is getting raided, trees are being set aflame, being too familiar with the sight of it all, the MC charges in, starts slaughtering the raiders, after he sends them fleeing he notices an elf crying over her mother's corpse
he offers her joining the paladin order, baiting her with the idea of delivering vengeance on the raider group leaders.
I'd like an actual opinion of this. Just the premise.
Harmony Des Llow
Nota Riley D'amoto
H. T. Rincess
Allison T. Rappe.
Charlotte Hod Amigo
Ruin is the daughter of a salaryman and an archdemon. Her mother raped her father and forced him into an abusive marriage, although she abandoned the family upon realizing Ruin had not manifested any demonic powers, deciding to return to Hell to further other plans. Her father was kindly and tried to care for her to the best of his ability, but the psychological trauma he suffered was too much for him to bear, and he committed suicide when Ruin was still a child. Despite all of this, she tries to adopt a relatively normal lifestyle. She manages to establish a close circle of friends whom she cares for, and even get a girlfriend. Deep down, she knows despises herself for her demon blood, and particularly for being her mother's daughter. At age 18, she her demon powers finally manifest, and she comes to find out what her mother has been up to for the past several years: Ruin's mother, through bloody conquest, has established herself as Demon King of Hell, and has set her sights on the human world. Discarding her humanity, Ruin unleashes her power, commanding humanity to kneel before her or die. She establishes herself as Demon King of Earth, and intends to use it as her instrument of revenge against the person she hates most, her mother.
There is an old urban legend circling around a certain japanse high school: "If you have lost something that's very dear to you, go to a specific place in the school building at night, and perform a spicific ritual. Then, a mysterious entity will appear, and return to you what was once lost - but a price must be paid for the service, one as big as your soul."
One of the students, driven to despair by his younger sister's mysterious disappearance, decides to try out the legend his classmates have told him and, without much hope left, performs the necessary actions - at which point, an entity does appear in front of him, in the form of a horned young girl in a black dress. The girl promises to return the boy's sister, but he must pay her first by giving up a piece of his soul, to which he agrees. Once the pact is sealed, a girl comes out of the shadows - it's the boy's younger sister, wearing the same clothes she had on the day she disappeared, with no recollection of where she's been or what happened to her. She hasn't changed physically at all in the month that's passed since her disappearance, aside from a symbol on her arm which wasn't there before. The boy, overjoyed, takes his sister home, only to find out soon enough that something is fundamentally wrong - he starts seeing things that shouldn't be there, and his sister finds out she now posseses numerous supernatural abilities.
The horned girl appears in front of them again to explain the situation - as it turns out, the girl who has the looks, personality and memories of the boy's sister is just an imitation made out of his soul energy, and is now linked to him in order to feed on his life force and thus survive. However, the human's life force is limited; in order to keep both himself and his sister alive, the boy has to find new energy sources by completing tasks the horned entity gives him.
So is the plot about the MC becoming a paladin, or training the elf, or both? I don't really see what the overarching plotline is.
The tasks usually involve search for an object or battling a weird creature, and the more the two participate, the harder the tasks get. Soon they meet more people from the boy's school, both students and graduates, who also participate in tasks for the same reason. The things they once lost, from a gaming console to a family pet, now possess supernatural abilities which help them in completing their missions - some participants see it as a fun game, others, having done it for several years now, earn for the way to annulate their pact, even if that would mean losing the object that got returned to them.
With new friends and enemies to take care of, the boy tries to find a way to survive the deadly game and find answers to his numerous questions. Is it possible to find a permanent energy source and stop the game? Who is the horned girl? And, most importantly, where is his real sister, and how is her disappearance connected to the creatures the contractors are fighting?
1. One lost girl.
2. Two scared siblings.
3. Three captured birds.
4. Four cups of lemon tea.
5. Five cherry flower petals.
6. Six broken promises.
7. Seven times you could have died.
8. Eight hours until the sunset.
9. Nine mirror shards.
10. Ten sacrificial lambs.
11. Eleven drops of a maiden’s blood.
12. Twelve pieces of your soul.
Our heroes (in order of appearance):
What would the
Robotech plot be?
You sneaky bitch.
A nonsensical plot where in a world, pushing music to its mathematical limits creates a near-apocalyptic scenario where what's left of civilization is turned to rubble. The last remnants of mankind are split into two groups; Philistines, and Patricians. Philistines are completely oblivious and dumb to music and are treated as a poor, lower class. Patricians are those with a deep understanding in music and rule over the Philistines. Patricians have special powers that are built around their music genre of expertise.
MC is a Philistine who had been secretly teaching himself to play an electric guitar, knowing if he was found out he could be punished to death. He has mastered the genre of "Pawāmetaru", and vows to take down the Patricians and bring music to the Philistines.
Along his quest to break down the classes, he is accompanied by a short cute waifu who used to be patrician, but left after she disagreed with how Patricians treated the Philistines. She masters the genre of "Shūgeizu"
Together, they combine their powers to create the genre of "POWERGAZE". Can Powergaze take down the Patricians?
2. Pawāmetaru versus Panku
4. Pawāmetaru versus Dorōn
6. POWERGAZE versus Indīrokku
7. HIDDEN POWER
8. POWERGAZE versus Jazu
9. POWERGAZE versus Kurasshikku
10. POWERGAZE versus HARSH NOISE
11. MUSIC VERSUS MATH
12. POWERGAZE versus THE WORLD
An American SpecOps sniper comes home from war after having to watch his entire squad get killed from 200yards out. He decides he can't return to his hometown, so he decides to move to Japan, a country he was stationed in during his early days in the military. There he goes to a job placement center, only to be pulled aside by a shady character and told there would be work for him at a weapon manufacturing company. There he gets recruited in to an underground war between weapons manufacturers, a war fought in secret with technology 20 years ahead of anything any military has at their disposal. There he must work with a new team, and discover which ones can be trusted and which ones cannot as he tries to navigate a web of greed and deceit.
1. It was a Monday
2. I've Traveled so Far
3. I've Been Looking too Hard
4. Head Games
5. There Have Been Rumors
6. The Damage is Done
7. You'll Pay the Price
8. For the Apple in Decay
9. I Know you can Show Me
10. This Heart of Mine
11. I'm Going Home
I suck at character names, so not doing those.
When is chapter 13 of keit ai coming out?
When is the chapter 13 coming out?
It's actually really fucking well written to be honest.
A series where a boy's imouto causes SO MUCH trouble
My Little Sister Can't be a Trap
My Little Sister Can't be a Delinquent
My Little Sister Can't be a Magical Girl
My Little Sister Can't be a Werewolf
My Little Sister Can't be a Vampire
My LIttle Sister Can't be a Ghost
My Little Sister Can't be a Zombie
My Little Sister Can't be a Robot
My Little Sister Can't be a Space Alien
My Little Sister Can't be my Girlfriend
My Little Sister Can't be my Wife.
My Little Sister Can't be my Mother
My mom wont stop trying to marry me off!
22 year old MC-kun is working a good job after completing college and is happy with his life. His single, busty ara-ara mom comes by his house after work one day and says in a tipsy rant he needs to start working on makin her some grandkids.
he brushes it off as her usual nonsense, but the next day she comes to his house with a girl from around the neighborhood who she is sure would make a good wife. the girl humors her and sees the MC's good side, but just isnt into him so it ends in friendship. But ka-san doesnt give up and keeps bringing more beautiful women to his house, including: a tsundere secretary, the endearing childhood friend from next door, the tomboy gym teacher from a school nearby, the quiet bookshop girl, maybe even a trap she doesnt catch onto until the end of an episode
kobayuu would voice the mom. it would be fun
Why is Sup Forums obsessed with traps?
i hate em, but i know what the audience wants. its supposed to be a comedy, so it would be really funny to me for the mom to be super oblivious while MC and the "chick" try and skirt around the issue, only for ka-san to lose her shit when she finds out
Alt. Universe Mechshit (OVA)
In the 2022, the world has just recently recovered from an alien attack back in the '70s that destroyed much of Asia and was repelled by a newbreed of weapon named Mechanoids. But as if payment for this recovery, new conflicts have arisen between those corporations who made them and the surviving world governments. But now, both face an uneasy alliance after an army of those feared aliens are suspected of arriving at Earth within a year. Now both must prepare for this final encounter, with the most powerful corporation preparing its ultimate weapon Galaxion while already having its 4 candidates.
1.) No Peace For Those Who Want
2.) Those Chosen 4
3.) First Days of Hell
4.) What is Galaxion
6.) Days of Recovery
Jouichi is a first year high school student who is looking after his younger brother, Yuta, after their parents died a year earlier. While working at a family restaurant, Jouichi runs into the Kuzushima sisters, rich triplets from his school. The sisters (Mari, Hina, and Saya) are all surprised to see a classmate with a job and continue to come to the restaurant. When they see Yuta there one day and learn about the brothers' situation, they leave and stop visiting.
A few days later, a limo arrives at their apartment and takes Jouichi and Yuta to the Kuzushima mansion. Their father reveals that the sisters asked if they could take in the brothers. Their father agrees, but has outlines for the arrangement since she doesn't want the boys to get in the way of the inheritance (the sisters have an older brother who is expected to take over their conglomerate).
First, Jouichi must be the personal attendant for the sisters. He has to do whatever they ask of them and manage their daily affairs. The second is that upon graduation, Jouichi must marry one of the girls, but only if the girl he asks agrees. If they do, Jouichi will marry into the family and Yuta will also be adopted in. If not, Jouichi will be fired and he and Yuta will be cut off from the family for good.
What follows is a slice-of-life as the brothers adjust to their new lives, with romantic shenanigans as each of the sisters starts to weigh the idea of marrying Jouichi, while also dealing with various conflicts.
Two reasons. One, every user here is a little girl. Two, every user wants every cute guy to be a girl. Four, Sup Forums is obsessive with everything.
Dropped, it's shit.
I like it, but did you mean to dupe 8/9?
"They are distant binaries. Primitive and peculiar, they are things unlike any program or app we've grown to know. In time and with fear, man has come to call them 'Mushi'..."
In the year 2077, people live as part of corporations so large and far-removed from daily life that they seem like mountains. Immovable, eternal. The world is so computerized that it is sometimes impossible to distinguish reality from the digital world, and in this time of cybernetic ubiquity some humans have become so immersed in the net that they have come in touch with strange pieces of code written by apparently no one. "Mushi": the most basic forms of programs in the world. They exist without any goals or purposes aside from simply "being". They are beyond the shackles of the words "good" and "evil." Mushi can exist in countless forms and are capable of mimicking things from the digital world such as scripts, viruses, and even phenomena like stand alone complexes.
This is, however, just a vague definition of these entities that inhabit the vibrant world of Nushishi, as to even call them a form of code would be an oversimplification. Detailed information on Mushi is scarce because the majority of humans are unaware of their existence. So what are Mushi? Where did they come from and why do they exist? This is the question that a "Mushi-shi," Ginko, ponders constantly. Mushi-shi are those who research Mushi in hopes of understanding their place in the world's hierarchy of life. Ginko chases rumors of occurrences that could be tied to Mushi, all for the sake of finding an answer.
It could, after all, lead to the meaning of life itself.
I don't have titles or character names but I can tell you that it will have a cyberpunk look and the soundtrack will be written by Carpenter Brut. Ep1 ED: youtube.com
It is the year 2467. Kai Kazama is an orphan living with his younger sisters along with his scientist aunt. Having his parents murdered when they were escaping the corporation they were working for, Kai spent six years trying to cope with witnessing the fate of theirs.
At the age of 12, when he was coming back from school late evening, he was attacked by cyborgs of the same corporation that sentenced his parents. Although they were ordered to kidnap him, one of the cyborgs accidentally shoots him in the stomach. In that moment instead of blood, a black goo started to ooze out of him and rapidly covered him. This transformed him into a RT980-Biomechanical War Infantry, or alternatively Shadowhunter, the legendary super-soldiers that saved humanity once from a dreaded rogue bio-weapon and stabilized the situation after it was finally defeated.
At first Kai uses his new-found powers to seek revenge on both the killers and the people who were responsible for his parents deaths, but the more he dives into the darkness of future Tokyo, the more he grows out of seeking revenge and instead stands up for the powerless. As his journey continues, he meets with those similar to him who also seek to fix this degenerating world. Yet these Shadowhunters will fight not only corporations, corrupt governments and secret organizations, but also the nightmares of the past. Both theirs and the weapons that sung once the song of humanity's extinction...
The story is set in the year 2506. After countless wars, humanity has declined to a horrid state, where most people live in a neo-dark age, trying to survive and protect themselves in feud-like cities. With the exception of 2 nations, that still continue to live in a age of cultural and technological advancement, in cities similar to the ones found in the 21st century, with more technology than ever, but are in constant war. The only thing in common between the two nations is the fact that they follow the same religion, the church of the dolls. The dolls are 7 beings that bestow upon humanity special abilities when they are born, or give these abilities to them when they are on the verge of death, though a contract.
Our protagonist lives in one of the feudal cities, in a borderline region of the two nations, and he never was a very devout person, even though that he’s best friend, and love interest, is one of the persons that haves the abilities of the dolls. Until the day that he’s city is attacked by a band of mercenaries, contracted by the empire of Koráki, and almost dies in the process. He them receives a contract from one of the dolls, receiving a ability and a second chance to survive, and fights he’s way out of the city, with the girl he loves. He them starts a journey trying to reach the capital city of the nation of Myrmex, the enemy of the empire of Koráki, so he may receive shelther and protection against then, but is engulfed in a grand war between the two nations in the process, thanks to hes new found powers.
Main Characters ( in no particular order ):
Edgar, the Bastard
Victoria Isabella, duckess of Myrmex
Except his little bro actually managed to survive and escape from the raiders. With nobody to rely on and no talent the little bro still tries to find his aniki.
He starts as a weak and skinny 12 year old with a strong will, first arc would be him travelling through the forest trying to reach the big city. Then trying to survive in the city and living as a petty thief. Some knight he tried to steal from takes him in and starts training him. Stuff happens and they're both forced to escape from the city. They manage to join a group of mercenaries who were tasked with attacking an elf village.
OST would be similar to this: youtube.com
1. Rebirth in The Rain
2. Black Suit
11. Broken Heart Part 1
12. Broken Heart Part 2
13. The Snow Woman
15. The Crusader
16. The Incorruptible
17. The Blooded Queen
18. The Death God
21. Shattered Heart
25. Nephilim Descend
26. Into The Void
So if I change it to boyfriend then it's fixed?
None of these plots are worth stealing.
Might as well copy some shit-tier light novel.
To be honest, I haven't seen that many ideas from these threads that were good so...
I've been archiving some of the better ones for years.
MC is da chosen 1, a morally questionable man who's legitimately pissed off at being da chosen 1 because he wants to just go on with his life, so he always takes shortcuts during his heroic quest.
For example, say a noble has a scroll with a spell that MC needs to further the plot, but the noble wants him to do some extremely dumb task like clearing kobolds or some shit, so the MC kidnaps his daughter and exchanges her for the scroll.
in fact with just a D&D anime I'd be happy
oh? mind uploading or sharing them?
Maybe when I have the time. These are mostly for my personal use, takes time to animate these
tfw wondering if one of your plot is in his stash
A man falls in love with his cell phone but then something something something Kei-tai
Yeah yeah yeah. He doesn't deserve to lose his virginity thouhg
That sounds familiar in a way
Might just be.
Why is every plot always about teenagers or high school?
Exchange student that likes to take photos of creepy things transfers to Grislum Academy, in the pseudo-ghost town of Grislum. Grislum has a lot of abandoned sites, which MC-kun enjoys hanging around. MC looks like a delinquent, and doesn't mind being alone. He's typically very lazy and tactless, which doesn't help his delinquent status. Suddenly, he learns that the abandoned spots he's been photographing are actually inhabited by harmful spirits. With his camera, he can see these spirits and interact with them. With his tranquil hobby in danger, he sets out to purify the haunted spots by enlisting the help of a full-of-itself spirit that inhabits his dorm room.
Eventually he's hounded by the president of the occult club, who wants him to join her club because he's been spotted in these creepy places. The two of them learn of a dangerous evil that threatens the little town they live in.
It's a relatable plot consistent with many other shows and I'm just going through thumbnails.
But everyone here is supposed to be over 18 right? You end high school about that time
The world ends with Yuu. A group of 10 people named Yuu get thrown into an abandoned prison. They are told one of them has the codes to launch all nukes worldwide and plans to do so. The only way any of them can get out is if they determine which Yuu has the codes and execute him.
It's an anime plot, people write anime.
The girls are now in their 20s. Which means they can legally own guns in Japan. So they are all members of the gun club. Where they shoot skeet and trap, olympic target shooting with pistol and rifle, and instead of the traditional onsen episode they go hunting in the woods and end up in a natural hotspring.
The main story arc of the 26 episodes will be the girls trying to get on the Japanese Olympic shooting team for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Yeah but why are so many anime like that?
Genero McGeneric shounen crew goes on an adventure to defeat the evil emperor of their country who is fucking everything up by being a fascist. They go through the whole power of friendship speech several times and the main character turns out to be the child of prophecy, son of the strongest there ever was etc. Eventually they come to the emperor, explain how they will win because friendship and stuff and begin the final battle.
Only to be instantly killed by the emperor, having changed nothing in the world and things repeat this same formula for years.
Turns out that the main character is actually a reincarnating bad guy who constantly takes the bodies of children, nurtures them and uses his old "friends" to spread rumors of the prophecy and so forth. He actually once was a child of prophecy or some such and was killed by the emperor who was his "friendly rival" after the bad guy became insane and tried to have his army slaughter innocents just to become even more famous. The series ends when the whole things has been going on for so long that the emperor has died of old age and the bad guy declares himself winner, only to be eternally trapped on the throne that the emperor set there just for this occasion. Bad guy is never seen or heard again and the emperor remains a prominent figure in history, leaving the bad guy and all of his incarnations to obscurity.
1 The Journey Begins! Legend of the village boy!
2 The master swordsman!
3 Archer princess!
4 Friends forever!
5 The Great Generals
6 Emperor's last stand
7 A new hero
8 The same hero
9 They will know my name!
10 Cycle of failure
12 It was your fault
13 In the end, i win.
aren't most shows geared towards teenagers? Or their original manga anyway
What about the ones that are clearly geared towards adults? They also have protagonists that are 17 and in high school.
A human is taken captive one evening by some strange people, awakening in an unfamiliar place he is greeted by a strange man who tells him he is to serve as a breeder to several different monster girls so they can have half offspring which they then can use to invade the human world because for some reason monsters can't go there anymore and they need half breeds. Originally down on his luck and ashamed of being a virgin, our hero thinks this is his lucky chance to make up for past romantic failures. However, what comes with this possibly wonderful prospect hides a much darker side. Teaming up with other inmates, he decides to escape, kill a few and alert the world about the monsters plans of invading...Will anyone believe him when he gets back?
A bunch of people travel to famous real life locations featured in anime, a large portion of it taking place in Japan but eventually they go to Europe and all over the world
I can't believe my mom is a superhero.
Told from the viewpoint of a little boy, but the mom is the main character. It's a world like any American comic book. Where some people have super powers or super science.
Minamo is a former teen super heroine with the power to create copies of her self. She dated, got pregnant by, and then married the sweet intelligent, but terminally unlucky Kuso. Kuso had somehow always been in the wrong place at the wrong time and needed rescuing by her. Kuso works a boring job at the Ministry of Supers. The government body that deals with supers. Her son is Keiichi and is a completely normal boy.
Minamo is officially retired and no one buy Kuso and the Ministry knows she was CopyCat. Though this doesn't stop her from using her power to do housework and errands when she thinks she won't get caught.
Mostly slice of life episodes. As Keiichi discover his mom is a super and Minamo using powers to get impossible things done for Keiichi and Kuso. towards the last few episodes, an old enemy and the ministry get involved in her life again.
Title: the moe spears
The telling of the aztec conquest except everyone is a moe anime girl. Starts like a comfy sol very simple character designs (think sabagebu), Cortés-chan arrives at veracruz, eager to impress charles-sama back home.
Over at tenochtitlan king Moectezuma
Is informed of their arrival. Frantic and nervous he believes cortes to be Quetzalcoatl their long awaited god.
Is her superpower being a single mother who drains her ex husband out of alimony for child support?
Can you give a couple of examples?
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medieval era, everyone is in a guild and does quests and stuff
comfy slice-of-life between quests with fun interactions between the small group of people that make up the main guild, and becomes a battle/adventure shonen during quests
SOL about a failing tavern who's owner tries all sorts of elaborate methods to stay open but it isn't until he hires an orator who tells fantastic stories when the seats and coins begin to fill up.
MC and four girls get summoned to another world that runs on game mechanics. It turns out that the world is plagued by demons and the MC is the prophesied hero destined to save the world along with four heroines.
Starts as generic wish fulfillment anime as the MC is so overpowered that the girls are useless by comparison.
However half way through the anime they discover that the King and Queen of the kingdom that summon them are evil.
The MC and the harem go to confront the King and Queen. However the MC is overpowered and turned into a helpless shota and the girls are sent far away.
The girls have to work together in order to defeat the King and Queen and save the world! After about two episodes of flaying around, the girls get their shit together. Gaining power ups and become a formidable team. Meanwhile we get scenes of the shota!MC getting molested by the evil Queen.
The girls defeat the evil king and queen along with the MC's dark side and the day is saved!
Based genius MC with shota aesthetics gets hired by some goverment dude to hunt out a group of vampires that can only be killed by a specific kind of wood (the more is it processed the less effective it is) which the goverment cant do for some bs reasons. After hunting out the youngest vampire he almost gets killed by him, so he decides to hire a bodyguard. By some coincidence he ends up in a poor village where he finds a hot 2.5m tall muscle girl. He immediately hires her and pays her to work out. The point of view constantly switches between a sports anime where the waifu constantly struggles to get stronger and a detective anime where the MC solves crazy cases to find the locations and the identity of the vampires and makes cool traps.
Always thought a good idea for an anime would be something like GATE but actually interesting and not a Japanese army circlejerk.
Basically, alien robots appear in orbit around an planet that has basically a fantasy setting, with knights, dragons, magic and so on. The alien robots on board send a scout to the surface, which, after observing the locals, disguises itself as a knight and eventually, after displaying combat skills the humans are amazed at, is recruited by a local prince to join his army in order to save his beloved who has been kidnapped by bandits in a settlement nearby. Ordered by it's superiors to comply with the human prince in order to gain favor in this primitive society, the scout travels alone to the settlement on the morning before the battle is supposed to occur, reclaims the princess by cloaking in and out, and then has the settlement obliterated by the ships orbital death ray - to the on look of an amazed prince who and militia.
So the story would basically be about a prince of a poor nation who tries to come to grips with the potential he has as a random knight appears in his kingdom who is seemingly adept in magic, physical combat, and is seemingly invincible. All the while the knight in question is actually a robotic soldier in disguise taking orders from his superiors orbiting the planet, all of whom have different motives and reasons for him being there.
Jesus, it's actually updating again? The last chapter was so long ago that I don't even remember any of it, even though I'm sure I read it.
High School Mixer Club.
It's a mix of Nichibro and pic related.
Basically, it's 5 guys making a club to throw mixers with other highschools (each school has 2 mixer clubs, one for guys, the other for girls). All but one are like Shoujo manga princes, but they're all terrible with woman and the one ugly son of a bitch always ends up with the chicks without fail.
The second to last episode ends on a cliffhanger with the girls maybe wanting the princes.
Last episode pulls a Cromartie High and the episode is about the girl's club. Thank you, Gainax
Marine Corps Yumi.
Half Japanese Half American genki girl from Okinawa goes to America and joins the Marines. Gets stationed back in Okinawa and has cute sol hijinks.
good thing. is that everything they need is already written out and drawn.
oh sorry, I didn't see the reply
it's actually the track titles from an album released last year diverse.jp they revealed the artists and real track titles later that year diversesystem.bandcamp.com track 11 is my favorite
CHAPTER 13 OUT YAY
That would've been much more interesting than GATE.
An old MMO is taken down after being nearly two decades out of date. In actuality, it was taken down to do secret artificial intelligence testing, experiments, and modifications to turn it into a living, breathing virtual world devoid of outside influence.
The main character and his friends are NPCs who don't realize they're in a game and don't realize they're just algorithms and coding and they go around a world doing shit in pretty much a sandbox.
Together they do favors for other NPCs, get involved in shenanigans, raids, dungeons, storylines and the like, and slowly start to accidentally uncover the true meaning behind the world and their existence, learning that there are "creators" in "another plane".
NPCs can't come back if they die.
Episode 1: The Manor on the Moor
Introducing two main characters, Dismas the Highwayman and Reynauld the Crusader.
Episode 2: The Ruined Estate
The introduction of two more main characters, Willoughby the Man-at-Arms and Cecil the Vestal. The four explore the Ruins.
Episode 3: The Necromancer
The four continue exploring, fighting off an evil necromancer within the ruins.
Episode 4: The Weak, and the Foolhardy
The characters continue exploring and battling, growing more weary as they travel. Cecil and Reynauld are horribly injured, and become afflicted with disease.
Episode 5: The Mournweald
Dismas and Willoughby are forced to explore the Weald, the corrupted countryside, with two rookie adventurers. One of the two rookies dies, while the other manages to survive. The stress placed on Dismas drives him to drink, while Willoughby becomes more and more irrational.
Episode 6: The Swine King
After recovering, the four main characters band together once more and face off against a massive swine-like creature.
It's a crime and investigation show set in a not too distant future where laws or treaties that hid or restricted magic have broken down, and the world has only just recovered from the chaos that ensued. This state of relative peace is due to the formation of the Department of Supernatural Affairs and their roles in locating and training newly formed mages before their uncontrolled magic could do too much damage, regulating the sale and trade of supernatural goods and contracts, and producing enforcers to apprehend, kill, or banish the various demons, monsters, and other magical criminals who are out there.
The story would focus on one of their investigative teams, as they deal with various petty and horrifying crimes of magic and try to help out their victims. As is typical, they're usually too late to help the initial victims, as that's required for there to be a crime and a crime scene, and they don't know the entire future and widespread thought-policing is illegal.
Mindcontrol, rape, murder, nonconsensual necromancy, illegal contracts, violation of mind, body, and soul, and whatever else. It's all there. It's usually better when they just have to round-up some newly awakened wild mage, though that sometimes turns ugly if they've developed some delusions of heroism and view the department as the villains.
Later on it starts moving onto larger conspiracies and politics, and many people don't see mages as much different from the otherworld races and monsters that they keep at bay. They aren't entirely wrong either.
The department head is basically a Lich and many of his underlings are undead, mutants, or actually just otherworlders who allied with him. They also actively manipulate politics in their favor, backing up various candidates who will give them the privileges and powers they desire, and use technically legal, but most certainly underhanded, means to get their way.
Episode 7: The Warrens
The four are forced to explore the Warrens, becoming further afflicted with disease.
A second group of adventurers is introduced, fighting a group of bandits.
Episode 8: The Flesh
The main characters must fight against an amorphous, constantly-shaping entity made out of discarded pieces of monster.
The second group faces off against skeletal monsters in the Ruins.
Episode 9: The Cove
The four must explore the entirety of a cove filled with half-fish, half-man beings.
Episode 10: Siren's Song
The group again is forced to do battle against a massive monster. Willoughby becomes confused by the siren and kills Cecil. The heroes mourn their loss and become mentally afflicted in their own ways.
Episode 11: The
The second group of adventurers is forced to explore a deep, dark dungeon where they face off against eldritch horrors and cultists. They barely survive, losing one member.
Episode 12: The Ancestor's Memoirs
The group, forever horrified by what they've seen, refuses to enter the Dungeon again. The main group looks through the notes of the former owner of the manor.
13: Hell is in the Heart
The hour-long finale episode.
The group recovers from their losses, before beginning their final exploration into the dungeon. They enter the dungeon, to find a vast void, where they communicate with the supposed ghost of the Ancestor. They enter a new chamber, and are greeted with combat. They fight against a possible farce of the Ancestor for quite a while as he duplicates himself, before he assumes a new, more horrifying form, roughly shaped like a human heart. They continue fighting, before Willoughby is killed by it, and is assimilated into it. Reynauld and Dismas manage to beat the monster, heavily battered and at death's door. As they leave the dungeon, Reynauld succumbs to his wounds and Dismas, left with nothing, shoots himself. The narrator, revealed to be the Heir to the Ancestor, writes a grim note of how this process shall repeat itself, shipping it off before shooting himself in the head. The note, the episode and the series ends how it began, with this line: "Ruin has come to our family."
The name of the series, Darkest Dungeon.