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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!
Kaze no Stigma and Zero no Tsukaima both utilize a magic-oriented theme in their development, mixed with a theme of love-development and establishment politics.
Audiences may enjoy the characterization that the producers put into the development of the character pairings, with a lush variety of characters in Zero no Tsukaima parallelling the equally vibrant, though less schitzophrenic characters in Kaze no Stigma.
Furthermore, both series tend to end on somewhat of a cliffhanger for those who would prefer such a style of animation.
Both of these series are led by a tsunundre female that doesn't grasp their own feelings and are set within a magical world. Also, Zero's and Kazuma's types of power are extremely rare and powerful.
Both series center around who are somewhat outcasts of society. In Zero it's Saito who comes to this strange magical world and ends up the familiar to Louise and in Kaze no Stigma we have Kazuma who was kicked out of the Kannagi Household. In both series we also get tsundere females who try to figure out their own feelings in a magical world. Also in both cases the male lead turns out to be quite the fighter and nowhere near was wimpy as some males in other series turn out to be.
Both series male and female leads are very similar. Louise and Ayano are both strong willed ladies used to getting what they want. Saito and Kazuma are both wise-cracking cool guys with powers of their own. How the relationships between the male/female leads develop throughout is pretty much the same as well. I think if you like the style and humor of one you will definitely like the other - both have a little action, a little romance, and a lot of laughs.
Both Zero no Tsukaima and Kaze no Stigma is about magical powers that the characters possess. Both the female lead roles are similar in that they become violent when agitated and they do not understand their true feelings towards the male lead character until the end. The anime is packed with action and comedy as well.
Swordfights, magic and Tsundere. The characters are basically the same, awesome either way. If you liked one then watch the other for sure.
The Holy Grail War is a battle between seven magicians who each summon a mythical hero to fight for their cause. Shirou, a twice orphaned high school boy, had so little magical talent that his foster father did not bother teaching him about the war and its meaning. Thanks to that lack of foresight, Shirou finds himself in a bit of a pinch when he accidentally summons a hero of the strongest class, and is sucked into the fray. The Grail grants the winner any wish they have. But driven by an unyielding sense of justice and self-sacrifice, for what will Shirou fight?
Both Fate/stay night and ZnT deal with magicians and their relationships with their "familiars"; also, both magicians end up falling madly in love with their familiars, as well. If you liked one of these harem and fantasy-based series, you'll definitely like the other.
As both anime focus on magicians with their "summoned helper", the plots are rather different at some points. First they share the similarity of "doing what is right" which will lead to the inevitable dilemma's. In both series the main characters develop a love relationship with their "helpers".
The differences between the series are more at a sub-level: Zero no Tsukaima focusses more on humor and the main plot, so the action is more a side-show, where in Fate/stay Night the action is a bigger part of the show. Also, Zero no Tsukaima has some elements of ecchi in it. Where this usually is not a problem, in the second series of this anime there is more of it then in the first series and at a few points (not too many luckily) it can become annoying.
Overall, if you liked one, I do think you will like the other, even though both series have their differences.
If you liked The Familier of Zero then you will like Fate/ Stay Night. Both shows deal with love, magic, and the fight against right and wrong. Both have the plot of a magical being sumoning a "helper" of sorts to help them fight. In both the "helper's" duty is to protect their master, and there is a stonge master/ helper relationship (they fall in love).
Both of these shows revolve around a normal boy, magic, and familiars. Furthermore, the male leads in each have a large hero-complex, always attempting to do "the right thing," even if it risks their lives. Finally, both of these series have a theme relying on the evolution of the romance between the familiar/servant and the master. The difference, though, is ZnT is much more focused on the comedic aspect while FSN was more action based.
Harem, Magic, Familiars/Servants, Love what more can one say. Although they are fairly different personally I enjoyed both of these and I hope that you can aswell.
Akuto Sai enters the Constant Academy for Magick Arts hoping to become a high priest and change the world for the better. But when the school's oracle declares his future profession to be 'Demon Lord', he finds himself feared and hated by the entire student population. Now, instead of making comrades and studying for his exam, Akuto finds himself fighting off monsters, bullies, and well-meaning classmates in various states of undress. If navigating a magical high school as a transfer student wasn't difficult enough, Akuto now has to deal with a cute android ordered to observe him 24-hours a day, the precocious attention of the flying, invisible and naked Keena Soga and the advances of the school's most popular girl. Will he be able to overcome his fate, pass his classes, and mend his friendship with the violent Junko Hattori, or will he succumb to his demonic destiny?
Each series features a man or well actually a boy who discover that they are some powerful person of legend in a magical world and as a result of this various types of girls end up falling for them. Both series offer tend to follow more of a ecchi and comedy route with some fairly good action added in here and there.
Both are set in a magical academies and revolve around magic. There is a male protagonist that is given an awesome power, and have something to do with saving/changing the world. Also, both are based on ecchi elements combined with comedy.
The familiar of zero and Demon king daimao are simerlar in small but significant ways. The male characters in both in the end come out to be extremly powerful and the love between the male and female characters doesn't become apparent until near the end. Demon King Daimao however is Ecchi. Both series contain mages.
Both animes share lots of similarities. the first major thing is the male main charakter.
Both have an incredible power and use it to help all around him. Also both show some signs of the I-want-to-protect-all-and-don't-care-about-myself-mentality.
Of course both men seem to attract all the girls around him. So both animes are a paradise for all harem lovers out there.
also parts of ecchi are included. the amount is a bit lower in zero no trukaime, though.
Finally there is one more thing both series share. The main female charakter. the girl in ichiban ushiro no daimaou loves the main male charakter, but is afraid to show it, so we have a little trundere here. But this is nothing compared to the queen of tsundere, which would be louise from zero no tsukaima
These are two of my favorite animes. they both have love complex that anyone can enjoy not to mention the action in both are good ( especially ichiban). all in all great must see animes
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 shows are about an ordinary guy who goes to a fantasy land and ends up with a girl who is younger than him. And both shows have a lot of cute moé girls. If you like one you should watch the other.
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 female characters have the same personalities and an ordinary guy goes to fantasy land.Both are harem romances and comedies.even thought the main protagonist in both anime are tsundere they show more appreciation towards the male. watch it and enjoy!
ok so these two are both about a girl not likeing a guy at first and the guy being very nice but the girl learns to like him too. they are also very funny
Kazuki Shikimori is a 17-year old junior studying at Aoi Academy, an elite school for the magically gifted. However, unlike enrollment to the school would suggest, his magical prowess is below-average. In fact, he can only use magic eight times in his life, or he will die. But not all is lost: Kazuki's family tree includes the latent genetic material for magical greatness. After that information leaks out, Kazuki suddenly becomes the most popular male student in the school, and girls from powerful magician families begin chasing him to get his genes.
Both Maburaho and Zero no Tsukaima are comedy series about a school for magicians. The main heroes (Shikimori Kazuki and Hiraga Saito) are both somewhat weak in magic, but are portrayed as kind people.
Zero no Tsukaima and Maburaho are very much alike; I'm kind of surprised that I'm one of only a few who have made this recommendation. Both anime take place in a world where magic is the norm. The male protagonists are weak with magic but try to help in bad situations anyways, and there's a pink-haired female protagonist in both who sticks with the male. They contain a good amount of action, comedy, and emotional drama.
If you liked Zero no Tsukaima you'd definitely like Maburaho, and vice versa.
Speaking of ecchi probably Tsukaima is much more light than Maburaho but in both you have comical situations, misunderstandings and one male character who is really bad at doing magic.
Its much alike, about magic schools, where everyone can use magic, and do less or more staff like here, very nice to watch, and very funny :D
recomend to watch! ;)