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Mamotte Shugogetten

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KeyAndKyoAniLover is reading Mamotte Shugogetten at 2 of 11 volumes
KeyAndKyoAniLover is reading Mamotte Shugogetten at 2 of 11 volumes
KeyAndKyoAniLover is reading Mamotte Shugogetten at 2 of 11 volumes
KeyAndKyoAniLover is reading Mamotte Shugogetten at 2 of 11 volumes
KeyAndKyoAniLover is reading Mamotte Shugogetten at 2 of 11 volumes

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Ah! My Goddess and Mamotte Shugogetten are almost a reflection of each other, in both plot and characters.

While Ah! My Goddess follows the antics of an older male with a sudden girlfriend (in this case the Goddess Bell-Dandy), Shao follows a similar plot only involving a high schooler. Both follow the attempts of the protagonist to get used to the increasingly strange and odd occurrences that come from having a paranormal creature living with them, while their new girlfriends struggle to adapt, conform, and remain "normal" to stay with the boy the fell in on.

While not every plot point is identical, they both feature the romantic rivals in each direction, coming to terms with their feelings for one another, and the general light-hearted content of both series'.