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Lotte, the princess of Ygvarland, hates men - a fact that ordinarily wouldn't be a problem given she's just a child. There's just one issue: the girl is a succubus that must suck the life seed from the male species or die! Now approaching adulthood, Lotte must learn to tolerate the opposite sex, but her royal highness won't have any of it. That is, until Judith, the girl's lady-in-waiting, brings Lotte a human boy to the demon world. This unfortunate young man, Naoya, must now open the princess's heart to his gender, but as caring and considerate as he may be, he'll certainly have his work cut out for him!
Both of these anime feature a guy in a fantasy world surrounded by a couple of loli chicks and share the same general atmosphere. These two series are definitely a must watch for every loli fans.
both are about a girl not reallly liking a guy in the start but learning to in the end. they are also very funny
Both are set in a magical school where a guy from another world has a special power and is at the centre of a hilarious harem.
The plot lines run very similar as both male characters have been summoned to another world/universe to help combat some form of tragedy. Both shows have a great mixture of characters filling the show with comedy and always keeping you on your toes about what will come next. Fighting, magic, ecchi, harem, tsundere, both shows seem to have everything you would want from the other.
Years after having been exiled from the Kannagi household for being unable to utilize their fire magic, Kazuma returns to Japan, only to discover that the Kannagi family's very existence is threatened. Unknown to them, during his absence, he had become a Contractor and thus acquired a vast strength in wind magic. Not showing any remaining contempt for them, he offers to help solve the Kannagi household’s problems in return for large sums of money. Together with his younger brother Ren and the feisty heir to the Kannagi household, Ayano, he fights to protect those he cares about... for a price!
The members of Bal Masque have left the city after their last clash with the Flame Hazes, and as a result the Flame Hazes and their allies have been living a peaceful life; that is, until Yuuji and Shana encounter a Tomagura with the ability to create imaginary worlds from dreams. During a fight against it they learn that Yuuji has a Keeper within him protecting the artifact that grants him life: Reiji Maigo. Meanwhile, in school, new and suspicious students and the interest of fellow classmates have made Shana and Yoshida’s relationship even more complicated. With girl troubles at every turn, Yuuji must continue his training so that he may protect Reiji Maigo from the hands of Bal Masque.
Ranma, raised to be a man among men, has a bit of a problem: he is half woman! While training in China he fell into a strange magic spring at Jusenkyo. Now, he is eternally cursed to change into a beautiful woman whenever he is hit by cold water, but that may be the least of his problems; his father has betrothed him to marry! There's never a dull day for Ranma as he attempts to find a cure for his curse, train to become stronger, and grapple with the fact that half of himself may be more feminine than his fiancée!
Both have a focus on a developing relationship between two people who are stuck together through circumstances beyond their control and who are trying to understand how to get along with each other, and if they even want to get along in the first place. In both shows, the female protagonist is violent, exceedingly jealous, and constantly pushing away the male protagonist despite the fact that deep down, they know they want to be with him. Both male protagonists have a series of women who fall in love with them and chase them down at all costs, often resulting in awkward situations and anger and jealosy from the female protagonist. In addition, both male protagonists develop a strong desire to protect the female protagonist, despite the fact that the female protagonist could probably take care of herself. And althought Zero no Tsukaima takes place in a magical world, while Ranma 1/2 takes place in modern Japan, both have strong elements of magic and fighting that are essential to the plot. The humor, romance, magic, harem, and fighting elements make these shows a natural pairing. If you liked one, you will probably like the other.