A boy named Kouta Shibaki, who suddenly gets a bunch of magical tickets one day. Rurumo, a witch that was demoted to an apprentice witch, uses these tickets as training in the human world, and Kouta can use these tickets to grant wishes, which are part of Rurumo’s training. However, the catch is that each ticket that is used shortens Kouta’s lifespan, so will he help out Rurumo, even at the expense of his own life?
It's a good anime. There are no gigantic beautiful moments, but aswell there are no horrible moments. A small series to enjoy.
There really isn't much plot for this series. The first episode sets something up, but for the remaining 11 episodes it becomes more of a comedic slice of life story. I give them props for not rushing back to episode 1 and creating an anime-original ending, though; that would have been a terrible decision. While I say it is largely comedic there is one episode (I think the sixth) that instead tries to be tragic. This is both the high and the low points of the series. It's one of the moments when you connect most with the characters, and gives a lot of focus on Chiro, but unfortunately it is never referenced again and is such a tonal shift that it makes you wonder why it was included.
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