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Beautiful anime artbook from Machine-Doll wa Kizutsukanai uploaded by PS Vita: Miracle Girls Festival - Haiyore! Unbreakable Machine Doll Ending Full - Maware! DatingFriendshipAnimationRelationshipsDatesMotion Graphics. Read the topic about Ending Spoiler Please [Spoiler duh] on MyAnimeList, and join in the discussion Machine-Doll wa Kizutsukanai What happened to the girls? They even discussed marriage and visited parents but. [機巧少女は傷つかない] Unbreakable Machine-Doll - LLO [るろお] Art Works (Art Book) Unbreakable Machine-Doll is a light novel written by Kaitou Rei. written by Kaitou Reiji [海冬レイジ] with first tome published at the end of Accompanied by the lovely teenage girl Yaya, who is actually Raishin's.
I hate this guy seriously, he should have done at least open ending, or make some after stories for each and not break her heart again. Know of any other anime which broke this cycle? But according to list i have watched. There's no conclusion so far but it have been quite amusing than a typical fanservice. Also fanservice, unless you kinda dislike beastiality.
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It's not a generic harem and focused on the story depth. Though the anime already ended and there might be continuation, it has a harem ending on LN,rejoice!
After finished the anime i read up the Manga, damn i am not even disappointed with the sequel prologue which is Sin Seitokai no Ichizon - Taimadou Gakuen 35, i know the anime end up a cliffhanger and a disappointment though the LN isn't.
It actually broke the walls.
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That's all from my list. Other is pretty much the same romance within 2 person or a disappointing harem genre with the rules of 1st heroine always win. It doesn't matter if the principal gave some stupid rules about love.
If they graduate those rules would be shit anyway. Most people see it that way too. Busou Shoujo, well maybe not conclusion, but there is many hints about Onigawara winning it in the end either way. Nothing unusual if you ask me, since she again is the Main heroine which was shown first.
Unlike most automaton, Yaya looks like a human in a variety of ways. Yaya portrays the role of an automaton, a weapon of war but also surprisingly shows many human emotions.
This is usually evidenced by her aggressive behavior towards Rashin that borders on obsessiveness. For Yaya, Rashin is her raison d'etre for existence.
Whenever his life is put into danger, Yaya would rush into the front lines of danger disregarding her own safety.
And as a normal human, Rashin has to work his way up. Unlike some of the other characters in the series such as Loki, he must prove to others that even a failure can surpass a natural genius.
This puts himself on a frustration scale as we witness his struggles. He hopes to not repeat his mistakes and become a master worthy of his partner.
Most of this is presented in a comical form as Yaya takes the role of an overly obsessive character. While not technically a yandere, she is infused with jealousy whenever a girl even comes into contact with Rashin.
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Regardless of age or appearance, Yaya simply cannot stand Rashin ever becoming acquainted with another member of the opposite sex. A seemingly flaw of this series shows that Yaya lacks a real personality in this way because of her one sided admiration and love for Rashin. The latter treats her affections with disgust and reluctantly tolerates her advances on rare occasions.
The themes of magic and technology is a prominent aspect that is explored.End of a Relationship - Sham Idrees
The mechanics behind Machinart is explored on occasions although some parts are left in unexplored territories. Instead of telling though, the series presents them with other puppeteers in action. Among some of these including 2nd year Charlotte Belew, the clumsy Frey, the prodigy Loki, and mysterious Magnus. Throughout the series, each of them demonstrate abilities of a puppeteer at various skill levels.
Most of them seems to have some sort of objective as to why they are also at the academy while others lacks a true motive. At the apex of its story, we witness an event that is motivated by a grim threat targeted to one of the puppeteers.
Although the mystery is not a genre of this show, there come times when the academy becomes entrenched with suspicions that touches on cases of murder.
It becomes intriguing to watch because of the standards involving red herring comes into play with false leads and suspects.
His past is only briefly glanced upon on various occasions but rarely discussed in full details. Thus, characterization feels a bit shallow in this series.
Most of the main supporting characters only get some spotlight while others are colored with generics such as the constant apologizing or androphobia. They lack personalities such as Charlotte, Frey, and Yaya. Even more so, there are characters that are introduced on particular episodes with little depth explored on them as well. Being a one cour show, character development suffers on various degrees.
The result is usually a scolding on the receiving end with neither party getting satisfaction. Rashin is just one of those guys that are too focused on their goals to care about pity ideas such as love. In fact, the romance of this series is blend and hollow.