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Alt title: Somali to Mori no Kami-sama

Somali and the Forest Spirit Episode 5 - The Wandering Birds

In Winecup Village, Golem and Somali meet Uzoi and Haitora, who are on a journey to cure Haitora's illness. Uzoi, believing that Somali's blood can cure Haitora, invites the travelers to join them on their desert crossing.

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Journeying Parent and Child

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Journeying Parent and Child

Edible Herbs and the Oni's Dwelling

Episode 2

Edible Herbs and the Oni's Dwelling

The Sea at the Bottom of the Cave

Episode 3

The Sea at the Bottom of the Cave

The Wishing Flower and the Promise Request

Episode 4

The Wishing Flower and the Promise Request

The Wandering Birds

Episode 5

The Wandering Birds

Dying Flowers Look Up at the Birds

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Dying Flowers Look Up at the Birds

The Footsteps That Stalk the Witches

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The Footsteps That Stalk the Witches

Meetings and Bonds Prayed For

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Memories of Minor Days

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The Infant Child and the Green Fortress

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The Infant Child and the Green Fortress

Those Who Protect and Those Who Threaten

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Those Who Protect and Those Who Threaten

Bonded Father and Child

Episode 12

Bonded Father and Child

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PurpleCatAngel PurpleCatAngel says

Like The Ancient Magus’ Bride, Somali and the Forest Spirit is about a human who’s been taken in by a supernatural entity.

Balthasaurus Balthasaurus says

Both anime explore the different relationships between a human character and a fantastical one. In addiions, the both have unique character designs for their non-human characters, beautiful environments, and some darker themes beneath their fantastical exteriors. I'd recommend them both on their own merits, but I reckon if you have enjoyed one, you'll probably enjoy the other.

Infamy1 Infamy1 says

both are adorable and cute its just so awesome and a good way to help yourself after watching an hour of scary videos like a idiot.

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Both series feature an adorable orphaned little girl being raised by an unlikely single father figure. While Somali's forest golem father is more stotic than Latina's adopted father Dale, they both care deeply for their daughters and will do anything to protect them. Somali and Latina have a lot of similarities - they're both cute, innocent, view the world through their own precarious eyes, come from tragic backgrounds, and have a weakness for cats.

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Somali and Myne are cute, young protagonists that came from tragic backgrounds and try to live their lives to the fullest despite their setbacks and pending tragedy. Somali is one of the few humans remaining in a world overun by humaniod monsters that have hunted and persecuted humans to the brink of extinction. Myne is a dedicated bookwork that was transported to a world without books after she was killed in her real world. She vows to achieve her dream of living in a world full of books while battling an incurable condition that is literally devouring her. If you like cute, young protagonists giving their all, you'll enjoy both of these titles.

iKakuzukun iKakuzukun says

Both of them have a little girl as protagonist and they begin their story in a unique way, that's why the more you watch the more you get attracted to them as they have different dreams ( Somali to say forever with her dad VS Main to read books etc) but both get easy hurted or get sick and need someone to stay by their side every time.