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
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.