Meet Chivas Scotch: a sorcerer with a style all his own. The opposite of benevolent and honorable, he's an arrogant and domineering misogynist who travels the lands with his (mostly female) servants, searching for opportunities to indulge his greed and his desire for female flesh. But when he comes across a scheme by a mad wizard to ressurrect an ancient god of darkness, all hell breaks loose as Chivas suddenly finds himself the lesser of two evils!
The Four Lords of Havoc have one terrible goal – to awaken the god Anthrasax and recreate the world. To stop them, Yoko, a maiden of Metallicana, awakens the ancient wizard Dark Schneider from within a 14-year old boy by bestowing upon him her virgin kiss. The only problem now is that the most chaotic, lecherous wizard in history resides inside the body of an innocent child. Even worse, he’s determined that neither hydras nor minotaurs should stand between him and his dream to conquer everyone and take the women for himself… all of which is less than convenient when trying to save the world!
Both Sorcerer on the the Rocks and Bastard deal with a lecherous and highly powerful wizard who is a lot more concerned with his own ambitions than what is 'right' or 'good,' and only decide to fight evil in the show because they pissed him off on a personal level. Both also contain a good amount of ecchi and comedy.
Like extremely arrogant and powerful sorcerers, and ecchi? Both Bastard and Sorcerer On The Rocks have that and are lots of fun. Sorcerer On The Rocks is a bit shorter, but demon fights and evil sorcerers are just as present in Bastard!! No doubt that both will give enjoyment to someone who liked either one of them.
In a dark version of the future, the world is protected by three guardians: Bronze, Silver, and Gold. The guardian of Silver is none other than Lemnear, a silver-haired beauty who is out for revenge for the death of her parents at the hand of an evil mage. With the lord of all evil on her tail, her body at risk of becoming one of many in a slave trader's harem, and Bronze being kidnapped, Lemnear has her work cut out for her...
Louie is a student at a mage’s school, but secretly yearns for adventure. One night he meets a group of treasure hunters: Melissa, a Mylee priestess; Genie, a warrior; and Merill, a thief. They are in need of a mage so Louie volunteers to join them, but they decline his offer when they witness his poor mage skills. The next day, Melissa prays to her god to guide her to the hero she should serve. Her god replies that the next man she sees will be her hero, after which Louie literally falls down from the sky! Against her will, Louie is the hero she should honor and thus, Louie is accepted into their group. He is now a treasure hunter, mage, warrior, and hero?! With little expertise in anything, he can't possibly be of much use!
One could rename this kind of anime genre "funtasy": forget your usual high fantay setting with lots of mythical creatures, daring heroes, epic quests and so far!
Both shows will place you in a world were the fantasy atmosphere is just a background to humour and gags, the main of the authors being of course offering you a healthy laugh while parodying some fantasy common place.
A must watch for veteran role-players and people looking for some easy fun!
The Sorcerer Hunters spend their days imprisoning magic users who've decided to use their powers for evil. But now, they've become the hunted as the ancient wizard Zahha Torte seeks to take control of the world by unleashing the God of Destruction--a god that lies dormant inside one of the Hunters!
These two series takes place in the same world where those possessing magic rule over those who lacks any power. So if you enjoyed Chivas Scotch from Sorcerer on the Rocks take down evil while shouting insults and acting like a drunken rude bastard, then you would probably also enjoy watching the team of Sorcerer Hunters, with Carrot in the lead, take on various evil doers. With less cursing but a lot of leering towards pretty girls, until he gets whipped (litterally) in to shape by Tira Misu and her sister.