The Hidden Dungeon is a place of legend where rare treasures and items are hidden. Nor, the third son of an impoverished noble family who's lost the one job offer he had, was lucky enough to hear about this dungeon. He then acquires a skill that allows him to create, bestow, and edit skills... and in order to use it, he needs to accumulate points by carrying out such tasks as eating delicious meals and doing sexual things with alluring members of the opposite sex.
Powerful Skill Set
The Guild and the Receptionist
The Troubled Classmate
The Untainted Cleric
The Future of This Harem
The Tulip Lion
The Receptionist Ranking
A Little Girl's Wish
To the Gala
Let's Go to the Hot Springs
A Battle I Can't Lose
This anime doesn´t have the slightest clue of what it wants to be, it’s just a complete mess of stuff put together. There are lots of ways of making an OP protagonist interesting story wise which this anime tries and utterly fails at: The attempts at comedy are barely noticeable. Noir´s powers are literally infinite and he can´t think of creative ways of using it (ironically the name of the skill is Get Creative) the first skill he creates is literally throwing a pebble really hard. You barely know anything about the characters which are incredibly one dimensional. The action (if you can even call this action) is incredibly bad, the first battle against a lvl99 monster with an instant death skill while Noir is lvl23 ends with Noir throwing a big pebble at the monster in a battle that lasts 2min and that is counting Noir´s long ass internal monologue. The ecchi parts are just shoehorned in wherever and whenever without the slightest consideration if it makes sense for it to be happening. Lastly not even the world in which the anime unfolds is interesting, just a generic fantasy setting. So all together anything this anime tries to do it does badly. If you want all of the stuff I´ve talked about just watch Mushoku Tensei, and if you want something more focused on comedy watch Tatoeba Last Dungeon.
One of the best anime i've seen since TONIKAWA: Over the Moon for You. This anime was refreshing, The MC actually had pretty clear feeling for a female character and there is probably more kissing in this anime than all the anime in some seasons combined. The MC was somewhere between generic wimpy good guy and bold assertive good guy. He a times seems like your average dense as bricks harem protagonist, however there are plenty of time where he takes the inniative even if he is shy about it and he's not entirely unaware of his romantic interests feelings even if he isnt direct about this. The action scenes ranged from oddly stilted to near masterful, it kinda seemed like certain scenes where just made by someone less competent. That aside it didn't bother me overly much as I didn't really watch this for the action. I would have liked more world building, It assumed everyone iis born with skills and can aqcure more through practice but its never really fleshed out. The art and world itself looked great, The characters aside from the MC didn't look too generic, and the voiice acting seemed good (although i have limited knoledge of this topic) All in all, if your looking for an intense action, or anything remotley serous your probably better off watching a dfferent genre let alone this show. If your looking for a good comedy with a very good (for harem) romance, set in an intersting fantasy world with a ittle action for plot proggression this is the show for you. <h1> </h1> I notice many people using the phrase "there are better shows out there " that might be true but it's a pretty empty sentiment if you ask me. There are only so many shows in the fantasy genre particularly in the isekai or light fantasy (like not super serious or stressful) that come out eacg season and even considering the total number produced so far assuming you haven't watched any of them it wouldn't take all that long to watch them. So why bother about which one is best when they are all at least from my perspective reasonably enjoyable and just watch them all.
Along with other shows of this season, the story here is lost potential. I think a slightly more serious tone could have done wonders for this show. I feel that so much time was spent making sure all the girls got enough screen time, that they forgot to include an overarching plot then rushed to a weak conclusion in the last few episodes. Noir never seems to understand how to use his powers and doesn't get better at using them. if you do enjoy this show, read the manga. while not amazing either, and currently moving at a snail's pace, it is better than the anime.
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