Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?
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Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? contains episodes 1-13.Some adventurers delve into the sprawling labyrinths beneath the city of Orario to find fame and fortune. Others come to test their skills against the legions of monsters lurking in the darkness below. However, Bell Cranel's grandfather told him a different reason: it's a great place to rescue (and subsequently meet) girls! Now that Bell's a dungeon delver himself, the ladies he's encountering aren't the helpless damsels in distress he'd imagined, and one of them, the beautiful swordswoman Ais Wallenstein, keeps rescuing Bell instead. As embarrassing as that is, it's nothing compared to what happens when goddesses get involved. Freya, Hephaistos, and Loki, with their powerful Familias, are intimidating enough, but there's one goddess whose relationship with Bell is certain to spark trouble. After all, Bell is the ONLY member of the goddess Hestia's Familia, and she's not sure if she wants to share him with anyone! Special Features:Clean Opening Animation; Clean Closing Animation.
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Life is a constant struggle, as adventurers risk their lives for fame and fortune. This anime depicts the struggles of a young man and his companions, as he sets out on a dangerous quest to become one of the best adventurers.
- Comments: A simplistic anime set in a fantasy world. The fan-service is moderate, and contains partial nudity (butt). Keep this in mind if you are a viewer uninterested in fan-service. I prefer the Japanese audio over English audio, however, I thought the English voice actors did a good job, as well. It sounded natural and had good delivery, as opposed to being cheesy and impromptu. If you are also into games such as JRPGs or to a lesser extent, MMOs, this anime may be suited to you, as many would be able to relate to the struggles of being a level 1.
- Analysis: This anime has emphasis on the relationships and interactions of the characters, among other things. Possibly to establish that these fictional characters are alive and well in a fantasy world. Thus, assists in generating empathy and sympathy from viewers. Moreover, this may infer to the fact that life heavily revolves around relationships. Additionally, there are some things that cannot be done alone. Possibly alluding to fundamental concepts addressed in Persona 4 The Animation, High School of the Dead, as well as BlazBlue: Alter Memory.
While the weak becoming strong is a cliche concept, it shouldn't be overlooked due to how relevant it is. After all, many of us were infants and grew up to become an adolescent, and then adults. The early years of our lives had to be the most vulnerable, as we were defenseless and at the mercy of the world.
As adults, life has more responsibilities, as well as more freedom and privileges. At least at this point in our lives, we have more knowledge and experiences to help deal with the various dangers of the world. In hindsight, the world isn't as scary compared to when we were at our most vulnerable phase. Unfortunately, not all of us are able to transition from children to adults due to the complexity and dangers of reality. Just like in this anime, life is a struggle between life and death.
- Features: English and Japanese audio, as well as English subtitles. Includes 13 episodes on 2 Blu-rays with a run-time of about 5 hours. Rated TV-MA for fantasy violence, blood, language, and moderate fan-service.
- Conclusion: This is a great anime for viewers/gamers that like fantasy worlds, as well as similar animes such as .Hack, Overlord, SAO, etc. The plot is simplistic and the main character is fairly common in which it showcases the weak becoming strong. The fan-service is moderate. While I prefer the Japanese audio, the English audio is also enjoyable. If any of these addressed points sounds unappealing, perhaps this anime might not be for you.
- Recommendations: Re:Zero, "Gate: Jieitai Kanochi nite, Kaku Tatakaeri", God Eater, Buso Renkin, Persona 4 The Animation, BlazBlue: Alter Memory, Hyperdimension Neptunia The Animation, Code:Geass, Code:Breaker, Devil Survivor 2 The Animation, Dog Days, Fairy Tail, Tenchi Muyo! War on Geminar, Sword Art Online, Overlord, and Tales of the Abyss.