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Shy, athletic Sumika is in love with her bubbly friend Ushio. However, Ushio is outwardly attracted to cute girls, something she never calls her friend-turned-admirer. Keeping her tender feelings a secret from the one she loves, Sumika continues to be Ushio’s confidante and companion, hoping that someday she can say how she feels. Whether it’s having a first kiss, cooking a meal or confiding in each other, Sumika, Ushio, Tomoe and their friends will experience the everyday joys of a quiet school life and touching romance together.
Aki and Sora continue to indulge in their forbidden sexual relationship, unbeknownst to their mother and sister Nami. Even becoming sick or cooking dinner is a pleasurable adventure for the boy given the loving touch of his older sister. Meanwhile, Nami is as determined as ever to catch the eye of her best friend Kana, though the girl continues to have eyes only for her brother, Sora...
Horses dashing gallantly... Knights challenging their own limits... Magnificent, heroic battles highlight the horseback lance sport of jousting. One of the many people fascinated by this proud sport, Mizuno Takahiro, acts as a begleiter (an assistant) to jousting knights as he lives his rather tedious life at Winford Academy. This is the story of Takahiro and these female knights in their passionate, noble battles.
Strawberry Panic! is about girl-on-girl and Walkure Romanze is girl-on-guy, but both include horse riding (to an extent in Strawbery Panic!), an academy for the wealthy, and let's not forget that a super popular high-class lady is the endearment of the entire student body.
Like most awkward teens, formerly reclusive gamer Eruna Ichinomiya struggle to find her place at Mikagura High School. But her experience is far from ordinary, as the mischief-making members of the school’s manga, calligraphy, drama, and other cultural clubs vie for total school domination in a rather extreme way—ULTIMATE ATTACKS. Get ready for the high-energy high school adventure you’ve only ever dreamed of.
The story is once again set in Seio Girl's School, the location of the first game and its spin offs. A beautiful, silver-haired student named Chihaya Kisakinomiya is transferring into the all-female student body at Seio. The catch is that Chihaya is a boy.
Now if we get over the fact that Chihaya in Futari no Elder then these two shows are pretty similar. strawberry Panic being a full on shoujo-ai set in an all girls boarding school and Futari being much the same setting apart from our protaganist is actually a boy in disguise (but it's doesn't really come into play much at all really so he might as well be a girl). Futari definitely draws from Strawberry panic as inspiration and has a similar style and feel to it as well as carrying similar themes. Might as well try one if you liked the other.