Is It Wrong to Try and Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? is set in the world of Orario, where adventurers band together and look for treasures in an underground labyrinth known as Dungeon. However, for Bell Cranel, fame and riches are secondary to what he wants to find the most: girls. He soon finds out though, that anything can happen in Dungeon, and winds up being the damsel in distress instead!
Bell Cranel | Adventurer
Monsterphilia | Monster Festival
Hestia Knife | The Blade of a God
Supporter | The Weak
Grimoire | Magic Book
Liliruca Arde | Reason
Aiz Wallenstein | Sword Princess
Argonaut | Wanting To Be A Hero
Welf Crozzo | Blacksmith
Pass Parade Procession of Monsters
Under Resort | Labyrinth Utopia
Show | Evil Intentions
Is it Wrong to Have a Title for a Light Novel that is Not Two Lines Long and Describes the Premise of the Show with as Many Words as Possible?Danmachi says no. It also has no problem being a shameless representation of what light novels are all about; not limited to the ridiculously long titles other books would use as the synopsis in the back cover. So yeah, what do otakus want today? Videogames? Ok. Lolis and tits? Fine. Some generic fantasy land with a generic main character, who is otherwise special? Sure. Just take a big marker and draw a fat vertical line in the checklist of clichés without bothering to verify anything, for Danmachi doesn’t try to exclude anything, or include anything more.So why the hell am I even reviewing this thing if it’s so bland and mediocre? If it’s the way I describe it, then nobody will care about and it would go unnoticed. OH I WISH THAT WAS THE CASE but it isn’t. Danmachi happens to be by far the most popular title of the season it came out. Not even the Fate / Stay Night hype was anywhere near the amount of attention this one got out of nowhere. And it won’t fade away from memory any time soon either, thanks to the obsessive nature of anime fans. For you see, all it takes for them to get excited, is to find a single thing that visually stands out. If they do, there is no end to what they will do with it. In Danmachi’s case, that would be a ribbon. Yes, you heard me, a ribbon. Just place it under your boobs and VOILA LET’S HAVE A QUATRILLION COSPLAYS ABOUT IT. And thus came the plague of the endless Hestia cosplayers, who couldn’t stop dressing like her, or drawing her simplistic design, consisting of just a single colored white dress with a blue ribbon under her boobs. How the devil does that make her remotely interesting? Because she is a loli with huge breasts, skintight clothes that easily make her boobs and panties show, she has epic level powers to undo all your mistakes, is obedient to the main character, and lives with him in the same room, massaging his body and even hugging him as they sleep together! SHE IS MY WAIFU! COME HERE BRESTIA!But come on, there has to be more to the character than that, right? I mean, she is a goddess for crying out loud, and there is a whole world of magic, deities, and dungeons out there. Isn’t she part of a much bigger scheme or something?Yes, you are right, she is. She is a different incarnation of Asuna, the protagonist is another Kirito, the world is another Sword Art Online, and of course both stories are light novels. So as you see, Danmachi is a spin-off of one of the most famous anime of all times, that otakus consider a masterpiece. Thus all its fame is excused and well-earned since…… Wait, no it’s not. Danmachi is no spin-off of SAO. They have nothing but very superficial similarities. Oh, that’s right, the protagonist is voiced by the same actor who did Kirito. The otakus are right; Danmachi is SAO! Also, just like all successful light novels such as SAO, it is full of interesting ideas, presented in the most basic way and never elaborated, so the fans can imagine any crap they like about them. The more specific the world becomes, the more solid it feels, which is exactly what we do not want from our power fantasies. We want them to be vague, so they will always bend to how we like them to be at any given moment.This is also why our protagonist is so bland. We need to imagine him being as we are; the more personality he has, the harder it is to self-insert and believe we are him, as he goes around collecting harem girls. Because that is what we wish our lives were like; being liked by all the girls, even if we have no personality. But we also need to be able to win them somehow, and that is why we need a power no other man can possess. In the case of Bell, the hero of Danmachi, it’s a skill that makes him level up a trillion times faster than anyone else, and the ability to fuel his special attacks with the power of waifu love, so he can win against any opponent, regardless of how powerful he is. Sounds broken and unfair for everyone else, and also boring because you know the protagonist will always triumph by using asspulls? Yes, but who gives a crap if it makes you win all the time and get all the wet pussycats without having a personality?I could spend a few paragraphs describing other characters, events, and areas, but I see no point in doing that, since they do not deserve it. Nobody else matters beyond the special blandness that is Bell, all other girls cover different fetishes but are otherwise no more interesting than Brestia, and all events follow the exact same pattern of being resolved with asspulls, regardless of their get-up or level of threat. The amount of thought put into the script, is one tenth of what I spent writing this review. I could spend some digital ink talking about the production values, but I also see no point doing that if the actual show is so painfully uninteresting. No amount of pretty colors and nice sounds can make up for a crappy script or a stereotypical roster of meh characters. It’s ok looking and sounding if that is what you only care about in your power fantasies. But that is all it is. Now go back to spending 30 seconds drawing Brestia and her boob ribbon.
So far just by watching the first episode I can tell the anime is going to be epic,plus as it is not only gonna be funny but also has a deep romance in it.. If you are looking for a anime which is fun to watch that will make you cheerfull and turn your mood to zero to ten..this anime is a must to watch..so,please go ahead and watch it..
First part is first impressions, Final afterwards! This anime is stupidly high in potential. This can go either be a brand new epic show that everyone needs to watch, or this is will go Sword Art Online and probably not do so well. Lets not let this slide, if this focuses too much on the characters and doesn't tell us enough about the dungeon and the epic fighting slants off, Inbound will be a dungeon version of Sword Art Online which although i could still enjoy, after seeing SAO 2 I think I had enough. To be honest, the action so far is great. As a watcher on Crunchyroll, the fact it isnt censored just adds to this series. The fighting that we have seen is nicely animated, and the characters so far are clearly great (If you have hung around enough, The Godess has already gathered silly amounts of fan art, and the protagonist seems like a lovable guy) so we have a nice start. The story is there and has started, and weirdly enough it is very Romance like. I personally thought that, judging the title, this would be a perverted anime with another Issei main character and full of giant, wonderful bewbies. I was mistaken though. Yes the anime has bewbies, but not too flashy, and the main guy seems awfully innocent for what would be implied by the main title. If I had to wrap this anime quickly, It has the nice characters and animation from SAO, but has the stats and environment of Log Horizon. in other words, this show is on nice ground so far. It has a promising story, lovable characters, and animation worth noting. It certainly set itself high standards and we can only pray that this series doesn't flop too much in places. RATING: 9/10 (With no sound to judge and early on, its too early to be a 5) Finale We reached the end, and to be honest my resolve to this show is Sword Art Online in Dungeons. I cant begin to describe the similiarities with the exception of IIWTTTPUGIAD being reality and not in a game. Its main focus has a handful of male characters and a whole audience of females that are worth the time. Each Female has their own charm and personality meaning in this show, there is bound to be atleats one Runner-up Waifu in there (Hestia and any Elf-girl plz). A fantastic amount of action and adventure was poured into these 13 episodes, with all made dramatic and flashy. It has a nice balance of comedy in there too, and some nice time to build character relationships. The anime was nicely balanced for the 13 episodes it has and I promise you doesn't have the pacing issue Sword Art Online faced. It is interesting on every episode as they bring something or someone new into the story and is willing to keep you gripped right until the last second. Although I didn't notice the OST in this series too much, the opening and ending for this show really does grow on you and you begin the love it more and more. I find the Ending very relaxing and a nice pace changer after the momentum you see in the show, not to mention its a beautiful song with a beauty of a voice. A very nice show, fit for a large audience when it comes to anime. this will probably become another show that helps people get into anime, a Starter just like Death Note and Sword Art Online. It will definitely stay highly ranked for a long time and can see this getting a second season down the line if money begins to talk (Though Logically, the ending was fine and another season isnt particularly needed, but the Manga/Light Novels exist and can be acessed easily online). Dont be fooled! this show may suggest an ecchi adventure but to be honest, its not. It just has a lot of beautiful 2D girls. It is a Harem show but its still enjoyable, and it doesnt ruin the rest of the series. Rating: 9/10 Personal: 9/10 (That ending was nice and wasnt rushed, it was a well done series to the very end!)
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