Tenchi Muyo! War on Geminar

Alt title: Isekai no Seikishi Monogatari

Tenchi Muyo! War on Geminar Episode 11 - (Sub) Barrier Workshop

Although the journey to the Barrier Workshop has been a long and hard one, Kenshi and his crew manage to make it there in one piece. Chiaia's father, Naua, tells Lashara and her friends the dark past of an ancient civilization and the Sacred Mechalord.

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Shizune Shizune says

If you liked any of either Zero no Tsukaima or Isekai no Seikishi Monogatari you are almost bound to like the other one, although there are mechas in Isekai you have almost the same plot and good visual content. I really recommend that you see them if you like on or the other, you will enjoy it

jiropracter jiropracter says

These are the points these animes have in common

  1. Ecchi, Harem Genre
  2. Main Character is from a different world
  3. Main Character plays important role in saving alternate world
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If you liked this anime you will like the other.

JenKenos JenKenos says

Both titles follow the story of a rather clueless boy, in a strange world, who's being tortured in many funny ways by a horde of females. In addition to that, both plots develop in the academy of a fantasy world.

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trebuchet151 trebuchet151 says

Both anime have a similar feel, there is a school for piloting mecha and the main character is a male in a world of pilots that in one case is all female and in another case the males aren't piloting even though some can.

KittyEmperor KittyEmperor says

One guy capable of piloting a mecha surrouned by a group of women most of whom to are also capable of piloting mechs as well.  Though of course there are differences for example Isekai has more of classical fantasy world feel to it and Infinite Stratos has more of a slightly furturstic feel to it.  Also in Isekai that while the mecha battles are important they don't play as large of a role for a time as they do in Infinite Stratos.  Still if you liked one of these then you may to check out the other as well.

Adoondas Adoondas says

In bouth anime we have a male character that is somewhat dense, is able to operate robot suits, wich is normally imposible(this reffers more to infinite stratos), and have a harem at their disposal that they are unaware of.Bouth  anime have a simmilar feel to them.

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JAhU JAhU says

If you though that a character who is skilled at almost everything (up to the level of awesomeness) is interesting to watch, then you surly won't be disappointed with Isekai no Seikishi Monogatari and Hayate the Combat Butler!. Both Hayate from Hayate the Combat Butler! and Kenshi from Isekai no Seikishi Monogatari are such individuals.

wassoi137 wassoi137 says

Definantsaly both were skilled and were fast learners. You kind of felt their immaturity towards bossy girls.  They also both started out about to do something bad to their girls in the beginning.  Great similaraties!

Adoondas Adoondas says

In bouth anime we have main characters male that are overly capable of doing various things  like housework, carpentry;are extremely , morelike unhumanly resistant in stamina and the ability to take blows, damage, from various sources; and bouth are vry capable fighters..Bouth anime have a interesting mix of comedy and fighting, as well as some ecchi scenes(aplies more to isekai no seikishi)