What a thoroughly confusing title eh.
Today’s video will have me talking about the interesting thought processes why I can write posts and tweets of hate directed towards an anime and still love it in the end.
It’s tsundere complex for fiction and it’s some entertaining stuff.
Also, sorry for this video being really late. I recorded the video early in the morning but I couldn’t edit and render it till late at night. So this will technically be released on Day 8 where I live.
「いや、帰れご主人様」 (Iya, Kaere Goshujinsama)
“No, Go Home, Master”
This was a rather uneventful episode.
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You know, there’s a lot I can say about this show.
Recently I finished the second season of Zero no Tsukaima, and as much as I liked the first, I just didn’t find the second season quite as satisfying, despite its multiple attempts to build character relationships. Watching the show got me thinking: what exactly is a ‘Tsundere’?
Just had an Ookami-san marathon, and since Project’s Day finals just ended today (or yesterday to be exact), I could not help but notice several damning similarities between our final product and Ookami-san.
Our final product, The Young English Baroness, was our so-called whole-year project, to put it simply. It’s basically a novel, but I’m not here to talk about my project, I’m here to relate it to Ookami-san.