So I gave my magic power up in order to escalate the growth rate of my mare familiar. And how did she repay me…by slapping me for touching her (; – ; )
-sigh- I miss the little version…
Last of my demon lord’s army, totally devotion and cute-as-fuk voice, and best of all, when compliment…she…wages her ears
…something inside me just explodes…what…what is this…feeling………….ahhhhhh…………….FORTISSIMO!!
And here, as you can see, I am in the process of buying my harem. Forgot how many times I redid this scene. Had to figure out the exact amount to purchase her will: too much will waste my assets, and too little will not be enough, since she takes all the offering cash, regarding if it’s over or under.
I was quite hype for this short to get a second season as I really enjoy the first season. This sequel actually has a more serious tone than its prequel. There was more episodes with easier to follow storyline and see-able progression. This has less of its original slap-stick comedy, because of its more serious outlook following Kaoru’s pregnancy and the couple life together. It is sad to less of the silliness, but I think this is a good progression of the show making use changes a family goes through as they welcome a new member into their life.
If we are afraid to reveal our lack of knowledge we will not be able to learn. In order to make progress we must admit where we are now. Such an admission of ignorance is not easy. As Thoreau says, “How can we remember our ignorance which our growth requires, when we are using our knowledge all the time?”
That which we obtain too easily, we esteem too lightly. It is dearness only which gives everything its value.”
This show caught my attention with it being a fantasy show and not set in a school for a change. The show has this unique art style that takes in Azatec art.