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Black Bullet Episode 3 - The Children of Fate

Enju is treated like an outcast at her school when it is found out that she is one of the Cursed Children, who have the Gastrea virus within them. Despite her sadness, they go look for the host Gastrea. She gives it her all and instantly is able to recover the case...

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The Last Hope

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The Last Hope

The Mask of Madness

Episode 2

The Mask of Madness

The Children of Fate

Episode 3

The Children of Fate

Black Bullet

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Black Bullet

The Crimson Black Assassin

Episode 5

The Crimson Black Assassin

Tragic Irony

Episode 6

Tragic Irony

In the Still of the Moonlit Night, the Dawn Sky

Episode 7

In the Still of the Moonlit Night, the Dawn Sky

The Monument on the Border

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The Monument on the Border

The Protectors of the Barrier

Episode 9

The Protectors of the Barrier

Tokyo Area Defensive Battle

Episode 10

Tokyo Area Defensive Battle

The Heart of Taurus, The Spear of Light

Episode 11

The Heart of Taurus, The Spear of Light

Crisis Point

Episode 12

Crisis Point

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chad28 chad28 says

Both Black Bullet and Brynhildr in the Darkness (Gokukoku no Brynhildr) share girls cursed with strange powers that can lead them to their death.

More than that, the male protagonist struggles to protect them from forces that would rather see that happen.

Even though they are serious series, both sprinkle humour throughout the episodes in a well-executed matter.

Hope Hope says

Both Black Bullet and Brynhildr in the Darkness revolve about a guy who burdens himself with saving humanity (in Black Bullet there is less of humanity to save though) and in both they are assisted by girls with powers they involuntarily received.

Both guys have a strong sense of wanting to protect, to the extend of wanting to give up their own lives for those they care for. Both need to face cruelty and both need to deal with loss. There are many more similarities between the two, but I suggest if you want to find those, you just watch them both.

rbluipaard rbluipaard says

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Fargo Fargo says

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