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I'm not sure how I feel about this yet. The setting and aesthetic are pretty interesting, the story has potential to go somewhere too I guess, though its not like we got much in the first place.

It kind of reminds me of that show a couple of seasons back with the actual fairy girls that would die pretty young fighting plant monsters , it has that same feel aesthetic wise maybe? I dunno, but this feels like it might be pretty forgettable.


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The main character is a cute girl with a rifle which might interest those who were talking about gunsmith cats.

I liked the first episode and I always have high hopes for originals so I'll stick with it for now.


Does Otsuka Hochu get a lot of screentime?


It's only the first episode lol


Yeah but the backstory took place 24 years ago. That means she's like thirty something now. All the girls are turbocakes.


this anime is really crappy and generic and I'm glad I am not being forced by gunpoint to watch it


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I haven't even looked into what this season has to offer. I jumped into this anime because it was mentioned it's an original story and I share >>29619 's sentiments.

I love the first episode. The OST is all over the place, though. Some of it is pretty good but some pieces feel weirdly amateurish (like the one at the beginning when they're burning down the village; the orchestral violins sounded like a MIDI). I can't ever bring myself to go beyond tolerating 3D and this anime reaches that milestone for me (specially considering 2 of the 3 faeries shown have interesting designs).

For some reason, the art direction felt like a remastered edition of a cartoon from the french golden age and I actually read through the credits expecting some french studio or french names, or some other western entities, to pop up. Instead I was surprised by how few Corean names appeared. Usually there are a ton.

There seem to be some magical girl elements at play. The brown-haired girl is cute and hopeful, she uses a nice antique-looking gun, has a power and a cute pet/mascot. I love sword fights and enjoyed what they showed this episode. Lots of potential there, but there's a 51% chance all the fights will devolve into 3D kaijuu hitting each other. They seem to be setting the faeries as support/buffs though, which is why I'm 49% hopeful for cool (though not sakuga fest) sword fights.

The setting is pretty generic but set up well enough. The fact that they showed a couple of stuff without shoving expositional dialogue in our faces gives me hope for good storytelling (like the fact that users are damaged when their faeries are). As for the story itself, it's probably going to be part detective story part revenge story with worldbuilding in the background. Also hot cold-blooded assassin chick.

I'm definitely going to keep an eye on this.


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You say that like cakes are a bad thing.
I like the music. The faeries are pretty cool, Marlya's and this spider looking one are my favorite so far.


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Whose idea was it to make this abomination of a vehicle? Why does it just crash randomly?


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It crashed because the driver tried to DORIFTO and you can't DORIFTO on four legs.


Jesus, this is hilarious. If the whole show is just absurd stupid shit like this played seriously I might have to keep up with it.


Pretty nice second episode. Time flew pretty fast watching this, until…

I was expecting this to be taken out of context. Something like Free damaging the transport's legs with his sword, but there was no such scene. I guess it happened because the driver collapsed from his wounds? But the transition was handled so awkwardly that it's hard to process that chain of events.

The vehicle itself must be borrowing off of those all-terrain prototypes we see concepts of all the time. Think steampunk tachikoma.


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Ah yes I almost forgot to post the new hot chick in this episode.


Looks more dieselpunk to me than steampunk.


no its actually petrolpunk


Whatever kinda punk it is I wish it had less fancy boys and more chrome and lesbians. PriPri season 2 can't be here soon enough.


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Speaking of *punk, this is the USS Akron, the first of two Akron-class rigid airship aircraft carriers operated by the US Navy in the early 1930s. She was built by Goodyear-Zeppelin and had a complement of sixty men and five Curtiss F9C Sparrowhawk fighters designed specifically for this role. Initially meant to be a reconnaissance platform like the Zeppelins of the erstwhile Imperial German Navy, many of the more inspired men involved in her development envisioned an airborne fleet of lighter-than-air dirigibles who might deliver American air superiority to every corner of the world.

She was sunk in the early morning of April 4, 1933 off the coast of New Jersey after several hours in severe weather. Of the seventy-six men aboard, only three ultimately survived. Among the dead was one of her most prominent champions, Congressional Medal of Honor recipient Rear Admiral William Moffett, head of the Navy's Bureau of Aeronautics from its inception. Her loss was a political fiasco and hailed the demise of the American military's once-promising rigid airship program.

Oh, what could've been.




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I don't get why it has legs in the front, but wheels in the back. Like, what's the point of having both? I guess they couldn't find a trailer with legs or something huh.

She's very cute!

I'm liking this so far, its not too bad. I do feel like they might be going a bit to quick with the story stuff though. like Marlya was just introduced to the top secret special forces or whatever, and she's already going on missions with Free? I'm guessing some time passed between the last episode and this one or something.


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Well, this is definitely an anime that exists…

It's been six episodes so far and the plot is moving at a snail's WHAT IS THIS PRECIOUS CREATURE?!


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The episodes feel like they're shorter than they are, which is a good thing in the sense that it means I'm entertained but HOT DAMN THIS CHICK IS FINE!


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They're taking their time sharing plot points and so far it hasn't been very dumb with its approach, but they tease too much and are showing very little, which doesn't help SHE IS SO DAMN CUTE LOOK AT HER!


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It's slow enough that there's really not much to discuss. As I predicted, it's following a case of the week approach to get us familiar with the characters LOOK HOW SHE STEALS THE SPOTLIGHT JUST STANDING THERE!


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My main concern with this anime going forward is that by taking things at such a pace while also introducing such a big cast will eventually make me forget essential plot details going forward so WHAT A GREAT FASHION SENSE SHE IS SO CUTE AND HOT AND SEXY AND BEAUTIFUL!


This show sounds terrible, but it looks like I'm starting a folder anyway.


Don't bully the spider-truck; It's doing the best it can.


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Clara back on her cute clothes this episode.


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And her reaction is SO CUTE too!!!


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I finally got a chance to catch up with this anime. I was caught off guard when I saw the raws are marked as END at episode 12 seeing as I it got mentioned it would be a two cour anime and I felt a little sad. As the only samachanist still watching it, I give Fairy Gone a resounding OK. It's the kind of stuff I'd like to see more of and I'm glad there actually is a second cour, though it's going to air in october. However, it still has some issues.

Some things have begun to click for me and I was surprised by how much I still remembered even though I paused my viewing at episode 8. What I wasn't so good at remembering, though, were the names of each region. The fact they realistically blend in with each other (very much unlike ACCA) comes off as a weak point rather than a plus. It feels like everything is happening in the same town, which cripples the scope of the anime. I blame it on the fact that they traveled so often to so many places at once. I feel tempted to get a map of the region (continent?) and trace every travel location by episode just to see how much they've moved around. A steam/dieselpunk train network is truly an incredible thing.


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The main cast grew on me. Free is a cool guy and both he and Marlya got some character development. The supporting cast, though, is great. Clara and Serge's dynamic is pretty funny at times. The anime knows how to handle show and tell but it's nice to see two characters who know everything about the setting interact with each other in a natural way without any info dumping in the middle.

Clara takes my award for best character design of the season. She is immensely cute and it's impressive how she can be so expressive while having most of her eyebrows covered by her bangs. I said it in the beginning but I like the character design overall.

The final episode delivered a pretty decent sword fight so my hopes were minimally satisfied. Extra points to the bad guy of the latter episodes whistling along with the OST.


So wait, did it get axed or is it just two seasons considered separate?
Is it actually good? I sort of just didn't bother picking it up since everyone in the thread was giving it a pretty resounding 'meh' after the first few episodes.


It's a two-cour deal, except the second cour wil air in October.

It's decent. You won't miss out on anything if you skip it, but I like it. Probably because it's from the same studio that made Sakura Quest and I'm recognizing seiyuu and bands.


I couldn't finish sakura quest
It just started grating on me something fierce


Season 2 is here!
Time for more Clara!


Guess it's time to start season 1 then, hopefully it delivers.


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Ah, women who burn alive in the flames of their own sense of justice…

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