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Invertia… an unprecedented disaster that struck the world during the 20th century. Because of this disaster, numerous cities around the world were destroyed. However, within the meteor, an unknown element called mana was discovered, which allowed human technology to make rapid strides. This also gave rise to a new species of human born with unique skills – the Star Pulse Generation. The setting for the world’s greatest comprehensive battle spectacle, the Festas, is an academy city above the water surrounded by six academies called Rikka also commonly known as Asterisk.
Do you like swords?
red head tsuderes?
magic high school settings?
Op mains that start off unknown and or underestimated?
Caught undressing scenes?
male characters with a knack for ending up in unbeliveable sexual positions just for the heck of it?
vague early hints of the surprise plot yet to unfold?
Well you get all that and more from both of these series!
Note: reccomendation is based on ep one of both series.
THEY ARE LITERALLY THE SAME ANIME. SERIOUSLY I DIDN'T KNOW 2 ANIMES IN THE SAME SEASON CAN HAVE THE SAME OPENING SCENE, GENRE, AND FIGHTING STYLE.
Both protagonists are a boy and a girl. The anime series both aired during the same season and have a very similar story line. They have most of the action in common because the protagonists form a team to battle against others.
These are the same show right? Can someone confirm that these are the same show? Is this legal?
well there no real reason but since I have read the manga for both was nice to se both adapted as anime.
schoolife. with misterious main male character which make all of us want to watch more and more.
there are some romance bonus, who will give motivation for main character.
They have similar stoies. A princess of a small nation comes across a humble yet extremely talented, but looked down upon man. They catch them changing, they fight, they become friends and so on. Both are definitely worth watching, though Rakudai Kishi no Cavalry is the better of the two
These might be the first 2 anime in one season where you can alternate epsiodes of each and feel like you've watched one anime. Or it may be possible the female lead has the power travel between alternate universes. These are the most similar animes to each other of all similar animes.
Well... Basically theyre the same show.
And this site kinda wants me to fill at least 100 characters so rorry for this spammy commentary.
Practicly the same anime. But they do very enough for you to enjoy both without too much overlpa.
Both is a High school, magic, swordplay theme.
Both the female portaganist are fire wielder and princess from another region came to study abroad.The male leads are skilled and defeats the female lead, winning their affection.
The female are tsundere and easily get jealouse of the male with another woman
Both feature a futuristic school and a plot with action. Both male main characters are swordsmen and the main female characters have the same personality (tsundere) and set of powers (fire).
They're so similiar that sometimes thy're hard to keep apart so I wouldn't watch them at once.
lel nothing to say about this:
if u love redhair girls and masters of swords guys, this is for you
Like other people have pointed out, these shows are very similar. Main girl with pink hair who uses fire, main guy black haired and your usual protagonist who is looked down upon by the establishment but is actually super strong. Both also have a stoic-ish girl around them (although their roles are different) and eventually (minor spoiler) bring another girl over to their harem who was initially fighting against them somehow. Both anime are based around schools who have to fight duels with other schools or the students fight amongst themselves.
Both of the main protagonists enroll in an academy. Both anime features a event that determines who is the strongest.They are both fairly recent anime and both are currently airing new episodes.
THEY ARE PRACTICALLY IDENTICAL. WHEN I WATCHED BOTH, THEY RAN AT THE SAME TIME, I GOT CONFUSED IN THE STROYLINES AND WHEN I WAS TRYING TO REMEMBER THE PLOT THE STORYLINES KING OF MERGED TOGETHER AND I HAD TO TRY REALLY HARD TO REMEMBER THE CORRECT STORYLINE EACH TIME. THEY BOTH RAN ON THE SAME DAY ON THE WEBSITE I WATCHED AND PROBABLY EVERY OTHER WEBSITE OUT THERE.
They are in fact the same thing. I watched this together and I honestly had trouble remembering which one had what because they were so similiar.
It is impossible to deny that both are similar to each other and such it would be a shame to not watch both if you had liked one of the either
Very much so alike one another. If you like one, you'll most likely like the other. :) Happy watching!
I swear they are the same anime. These anime are so alike and were released at the same time. Spooky. Both have main charachter going to a special school that then meets a powerful girl, howeverhe is considered weak. Guy then reveals he can power up for a limited amount of time before becoming unconcious after. Both must then participate in school tournament. Basically same thing. (I liked the no Cavalry a little memes better tho)
I literally don't know where to start comparing these. SERIOUSLY!!My and a friend were convince these were the same anime for a time because almost everything is EXACTLY THE SAME.Main charcter has amazing ability but with high restrictions,Pink haired princess, love-interest with fire magic,Combat Academy were the characters are in a tournament,Swords are the main form of combat,........................................just give them both a watch haha
I really enjoied this anime. I like the fact that they are compeating to reach a goal and to keep a pomise they made. This is something both animes does. There are some romance in the picture wihc makes it cute to watch. I like the fact that the main character is not known to be specally skilled, but shows to not be that bad. both anime are based on school life and sword play. i really enjoied them both, so if you liked one of them, I'm pretty sure you will like the other one!
2 very good animes and they are almost the same strong main character and beautiful princess :)
Watching The First Episode will Give You Deja Vu Both Of them Are set Into Academy then faithful encounter , Theyre Both Similar in many ways
OP Male Lead, Pink hair tsundere female lead, Magic School, Fantasy, Action... what more would you want?
well both male characters are supported by a female character and both of them use swords and both of the male characters are qutie strong you can say they are op
Well, both anime main characters have as love interest (or main girl if you will) a red haired girl with fire powers, but i would say Rakudai Kishi no Cavalry has a stronger story and character development, it will make you feel the ups and downs of the MC (with some unexpected situations the MC go through), while The Asterisk War has a pretty consinstent story in the sense of being a lighter, predictable plot (it's not bad, don't get me wrong.)
From the very first episode, the similarities are overwhelming. It's pratically the same anime.
Both of these animes are extremly similar if not the same. Male protagonist followed by a foreign princess, both of these princesses don't get along with the the male protagonist at the beginning, but after a couple of episodes they becomes mates. In Asterisk War as much as Rakudai Kishi no Cavalry the two teenagers use swords and magic and take part to a sort of battle tournament, only difference is in Rakudai Kishi no Cavalry it's 1v1 battles while in Asterisk War it's 2v2 battles. Characters may not be as similar as the stories but they still keep a cuple of common traits. If you like one there's no doubt you'll find the other one pretty good too.
If you liked The Asterisk War or Chivalry of a Failed Knight, you'll probably like the other because they both share a very similar atmosphere and setting. They both feature Swordplay with magical abilites at magical schools. Both male main characters (MC) both have defeated their main female (and powerful) MC counterparts and both can hold there own in a fight against other strong opponents.
these are REALLY similar, overpowered protag, girl of almost equal strength, big fights so if you're into that you're gonna love these
i like both becuse the both nice
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so much commonility, even the plot starts the same: MC runs into a tsundere that just got out of a shower, tsundere who is super high ranked challenge MC to duel, tsundere lose duel.
This anime is very similar.
Both main female characters is a princess with pink hair and fire powers.
You should not underestimate the main guy.
There is a contest to win in both.
The anime's in my opinion are both pretty similar. Main character that has some sort of powerful hidden ability that is locked away or hard to use. They both have pretty good plots with some good romance!
The Asterisk War and the Chivalry of A Failed Knight were two extremely similar anime that could coexist in a parallel universe. Both anime aired in the same season and had similarities in terms of character designs, character backgrounds, plots, school settings, etc. Both shows had a school setting where magical arts, and sorcery was a part of the academic curriculum. Both female leads had long reddish hair and specialize in a lot of flashy flame magic spells and techniques. Both anime had a romantic comedy setting and centered around a main couple.
Both has similar setting of battles with swords and magic in school background. The characters in both anime also has similar character design and settings.
The year is 2095. Magic has been tamed as another form of technology, and the practice of magic is now a rigorous discipline. Brother and sister Tatsuya and Miyuki Shiba are just about to start their first year at the renowned First Magic High School of Japan. But the school's ironclad rules mean that the brilliant Miyuki enters the prestigious Course 1, while her older brother, Tatsuya, is relegated to Course 2--and that's just the beginning of their troubles!
One Quick Statement - They're Basically The Same.
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Note: This recommendation is not complete and is based off the first episode of Rakudai Kishi no Cavalry.
Both main characters are strong and powerful but vastly underrated because they are evaluated based on tests that note truly reflect their strengths.
Neither is an underdog, wimpy, or weak which is kinda refreshing nowadays.
Also, both come from well known familes but are shunned because they are "powerless" and they both have a powerful younger sister with a HUGE brother complex.
Rakudai Kishi no Cavalry is a bit more Ecchi, though. Not a full on ecchi but it comes close sometimes.
Both of the main protagonists are seen as incompetent in the beginning. As the series goes on they both gain recognition and are not seen as a weakling.
Hero have irregular power in both of anime.so they were consider as low level students..graualy they become power full.and they got sister who want to more than sister.
BOTH PROTAGONIST ARE KIND OF OVERPOWERED BUT NOT RECOGONISED AT FIRST. THERE IS A SLIGHT HAREM IN BOTH AND THERE IS SOME BROXSIS IN BOTH.
So much alike I love it. It's perfect for those of you who loved The Irregular at Magic High School
I really liked both of the series and with the magic and the main character being underestimated is just matched up.
But if you really watched the anime for the action and not for the romance I still recommend this anime not as much romance but the fighting scenes in both show bloodshed and everyone is super open, and the lower grades were trying to be shown up what I mean is like the upperclassmen thought they were better then the lowerclassman.
both have magic high schools, awesome action scene, a sister thats in love with the brother, brother with really low magic levels but still is super badass.... i could go on and on, but they're really similar is the thing
The Irregular at Magic High School was a little weird for me, because it pretty much only had the incest thing and..... the incest was a little weird but I know some people dont really care about that. Rakudai Kishi no Cavalry is more romance oriented around the two main characters and the sister is just kinda overprotective.
Best Anime Of 2014..............This anime is super awesome....................
The irregular at magic high school is set in a world where magic exists but instead of using chants and spells, magic users cast spells with their Casting Assistant Device (CAD). The CAD is infused with the user’s Psions (a substance-less thought particle) that activates the device and constructs the magic ritual.
They are the same as on of the reviewers said. But I liked irregular at MHS more, I felt like it was more intriguing. But Chivalry is as close as it gets
These two have almost identical plots, characters, and setting. Although that isn't to say that if you've seen one, you've seen the other. Chivalry has a main character role that Irregular lacks, and this noticibly changes the plot and dynamics.
Same, same-ish.Both are school magic anime, both have magic competitions, both MCs are inferior in terms of magic power but have special ('irregular') techniques that make them the best. IMHS has cooler battles, but CFK has a more well constructed anime (humour, relationships, etc.).CFK is nice because it is one of the few school anime to actually develop a romantic relationship beyond holding hands. So you don't have an entire season of 'ooh, are they going to end up together?' with no reward. It also has one or two relatable moments that are either nice or humorous.Both have that 'sister love' thing going on, which is annoying. However, where as IMHS has no real relationships developed and the 'sister love' is more alluded to and dragged out throughout, CFK the MC has no part in it and it is only discussed (with the exception of his sister's introductory episode).
i love it
both deal with magic and are harem animes (to varying degrees) and both have powerful protags
Both about magic weapons and fights and a cool charactere who never loses a fight and at first they seem weak but they're actually way stronger.
I don't know the chivalry of a failed knight feels like a rip off of the irregular at magic high school
the themes of both anime deal with a disadvantaged main character who has abilities which can easily overtake those who underestimate the main character.
The story gives a similar vibe, as they are similar genres, both are magic/romance animes. The mcs are similar age as well as the romance happening.
The main character in both of these animes are grossly underestimated. they are a low rank in their school because they lack the requirements in that area, but they make up for it with unbelievable power in another, but its kept hidden
Both are about main hero on magic high school, being considered low ranking but having awsome power.Both have harem with main hero's sister being in love.Main difference is that CoaFK is more about the hero's struggle with weak worldbuilding, TIaMHS is with better and cohesive worldbuilding but with main hero clearly OP and no true character flaws.
These two animes follow a similar storyline of the really powerful guy who is overlooked by his peers but throughout the series his strengths start to show and he gains recognition among his classmates for what he can really do,
Both shows take place in a school setting and involve otherworldly magic or powers and invest the viewers in the success or failures of the characters.
I recommend watching both of these shows if you like magic or battle type animes :D
both are op mc dropped in lowest rank, hmmmmm mahouka is kinda harem too blah blah 100 characters aaaaa
both of them has that satisfaction when the main characters are being looked down apon and they prove thier superiority to the people looking down on them
both of the MCs are at a school where they are placed in a rank that's not true to thier abilities
both of them suffer from injustice from thier families
they somewhat have a harem vibe going on around the MC
I'm not really good at explaining stuff like this, but basically, both of the mc are op so its really similar and both of them are trying to hide their power and not show off so yeahhh.
Because They Both Are Pretty Similar in A Lot of Ways Espically When it Comes To The MC Being Looked Down On But Turns Out To Be The Strongest Person in The Academy
- Male Main characters are enrolled in Magic High Schools. The metrics on which their "ratings" are based on (to enter the school) grossly miscalculate their true skill.
- There are Bro-cons in both shows, though Irregular At Magic High School's "Bro-con" definitely goes a bit farther than Chivalry of a Failed Knight.
- Both shows have a posse of around 3 side or main characters tagging along primarily.
- Competitions based on magic are cornerstone in both shows.
- Fundamentally one show is Sci-Fi based, and the other is more sword-magic based.
- Not to spoil anything, but the MC in The Irregular at Magic High School has some mysterious backgrounds to him.
- Chivalry of a Failed Knight has a butchered ending, so watch at your own risk. I felt like I watched 10 episodes just to have the story flip you off in the last 2 episodes.
After a traumatic accident takes his loved one, Tooru Kokonoe enrolls Koryo Academy, a school where every student has a weapon that is their soul manifestation. Fueled by his desire for revenge, Tor is dismayed to discover his soul is not a weapon…but a shield.
Before I've seen the first episode of 'Rakudai Kishi no Cavalry' I never knew that people actually use the 'Copy & Paste' technique in anime.
Oh My Gosh.
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I watched both of the animes within 2 days, and I LOVE them both!
They both have the same concept and are very similar a guy and girl are paired up as roomates and they must overcome a tournament of sorts together and in the middle of it all they start to "like" eachother.
They both have a similar setting - a school where people are taught to use their weapons
The main character seems to be similar - He is the owner of the one different weapon, but he finds ways to adapt to his situation, in order to be the best.(Lilith Bristol's weapon, from Absolute Duo, does not count as, personally, I view her gun as an offensive weapon)
Although both these points are true, I would not say that one is a ripoff of the other. They both have their own well thought out enviroment/world and thier own share of problematic encounters.
Both anime are almost the same but both have their own way to be interesting. They both uses the same idea of "Blaze", a weapon from your soul. So why not watch both?
Both anime consist of magical weapons called Blazers and take place in a school. Both anime also consist of a male and female sharing a dorm together. The main female characters, Stella from Chivalry of a Failed Knight and Julie from Absolute Duo, are both view as one of the strongest students in their school. Whereas, the main male characters, Tooru and Ikki, are both considered weak but aim to become stronger and stand on equal grounds with the main female character. There’s also bits of romance between the main female and male characters. If you like one you might like the other.
They may essentially be the same, with a little bit of chage to the "plot" (pun definitely intended), but in this case, it is not necessarily a bad thing. Both of them are excelent anime that I would highly recomend watching, and are both currently the only anime I have rated at a full five stars (which is very difficult as I am a very judgemental person, and while many have gotten 4/5 or 4.5/5, these two really got me interested, and the phrase "hook, line, and sinker" accurately sums up these two for me. The only regret I have is that (as it is for most anime I watch) there is no second season or movie continuation, but I have pretty much gotten used to that (although the thing I hate most is the cliffhangers they leave at the end of a series, I'm looking at you GATE and The Familiar of Zero), and this one did a pretty good job of not leaving a massive cliffhanger at the end that makes you search for that nonexistent continuation, and then crushes you when you find out there is none, and there will never be one.
These two animes are both harems. Plus, they are both centered around supernatural fighting. The bond the characters make in t hem are very similar which gives a similar vibe off both of them.
They both are magic school themed, they both have a group of friends, so and so forth. I really enjoyed both.
While watching the first episode, I thought both took place in the same universe as in both the characters use their spirit to summon blazers aka weapons.
Set in a world where witches run havoc, the military decides to shift from using sword to utilizing guns to neutralize magical threats. The Anti-Magic Academy is an institution that specializes in training witch hunters. Takeru Kusanagi, who can’t use guns and continues to fight with a sword, is relegated to the 35th Test Platoon, a motley group who can’t cooperate. One day, Ouka Ootori, an elite pistol master who was forced into demotion, joins the platoon. Will they be able to gather their strengths and work together?
Both are magic sword anime in school and battle settings. Anti-Magic Academy is harem with a "girl of the day" feel while Rakudai Kishi no Cavalry is pretty much OTP.
both animes have something that they are willing to fight for and has an equal amount of suffering that the main character has to go through.
It's awesome, they both have many similar qualities in the genre and it's just worth watching in general.
Both anime have a protagonist who are ridiculed for being untalented or irregular, however, both of them keep on fighting for their goals and ideals which would take them to become one of the strongest people there is.
The story is set at a private school that brings together “Saviors” – students who have awakened memories of their past lives as Shirogane or Kuroma. Shirogane use weapons gleaned with Puraana from their bodies to fight enemies, while Kuroma use magic by manipulating Maana to banish their foes. Moroha Haimura has just enrolled into the private school and is the first Savior in history who has awakened memories of being both a Shirogane and Kuroma.
They are simmilar in base consepts, but take the idea of Magic Knights differently.
pretty much a ctrl+c, ctrl+v. But honestly, Chivalry of a failed knight is much more entertaining.
Both feature Magic schools filled with interesting characters, romance, fanservice, and plenty of swordplay/magic action. Both will make you wish they had more seasons.
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!
Both are magical fighting fantasies in a modern setting. The lead female in both is a fire user and the lead male is super strong, despite being the family reject.
If you liked either Chivalry of a Failed Knight or Kaze no Stigma, you'd like the other one because both are Action driven, Urban Fantasy (setting) anime that have a powerful, "fiery" red-headed female as one of the main characters. Both are sword wielders of fire Magic, who's counterpart tends to be the more level-headed male main character. Each team of two manage to find a way to work well together and have solid chemistry with each other.
Both about magic and have issues with his parents but he exceeds expectations of everyone and won their love by becoming stronger and has love romance too.
From the broken, charred pieces of the Arcadia Empire, a new kingdom arose. To protect itself from future foes, the new Kingdom of Atismata began training Drag-Knights to wield ancient mechanical dragons known as Drag-Rides. When Lux Arcadia, former prince of the ruined Empire, sights the new kingdom’s princess, Lisesharte Atismata, naked, she challenges him to a Drag-Ride duel, beginning an odd chain reaction that will expose the dark secrets of both royal families.
The two are very simialr in how they are set up. Both are set in a school with the two main characters meeting through a mistaken hentai incident and the stronger girl challenges the weaker boy only being unable to defeat him. The main story line differs slightly but it has a similar feel and sense of adventure and chivalry.
They are fairly similar. Both are very good shows to watch, if you like one you will definitely like the other. I'm adding this sentence becasue a recommendation requires 100 characters.
In a world where magic is a reality, the young Louise is at the bottom of her class. Dubbed "Zero" by her classmates at Tristein Academy (due to her zero success rate for magic), Louise (along with all first year students) was charged with summoning a familiar; and instead of a cute magical creature, the familiar arrived in the form of... Saito Hiraga, a normal Japanese boy who was abruptly teleported from his own world?! Can both Louise and Saito come to terms with their new and complicated "relationship" and (more importantly) help Saito find a way home?
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Both main characters are classed as weak, but then turn out to be one of the strongest. Both magic schools and good fighting scenes!
Miyuki's classmate Shizuku Kitayama is on her way to study abroad. For magicians, this is normally impossible, since allowing the genes of someone who can use magic outside their home country's borders is tantamount to giving up national secrets. But it's allowed to happen in one case-exchange programs. And that's how Angelina has arrived in Japan from the USNA to study at First High. But it seems she's a part of something much bigger than a simple cultural exchange!
I Recommend this anime as I believe that the Protagonists of both the Series are similar. In Rakudai Kishi no Cavalry aka Chivalry of a failed knight, the Protagonist, "Ikki" goes through the same pain of being an outcast in his family. The was Ikki was treated was the same as Tatsuya. Tatsuya was Treated as an Unwanted child and got love and support only from his sister Miyuki gave him all the love and support he needed. The same applies in the case of Ikki, Ikki was treated as an unwanted child and only his sister Shizuku accepted him. There was discrimination on both Ikki's side and Tatsuya's side and only their sisters never discriminated against them.
The action and fight scenes on Both the anime are top-notch. I am personally waiting for the next season of Rakudai Kishi no Cavalry.
Both mc seem to know everything and are super on even if no one else can see it
Upon Rikka, the academy-city above water, or what many call the “Asterisk,” students of the six schools prepare for the Festa. These annual comprehensive battle tournaments are held on a worldwide scale and each of the six schools place their hopes in their teams to bring them victory. In the Phoenix Festa (tag-team battle) category, Seidoukan Academy's Ayato Amagiri takes up the challenge along with his partner Julis, the Witch of the Resplendent Flames (Glühen Rose).
they give of the same felling and where a comfort anime of mine for a long time in wich i rewached them hundrets of times