Seikoku no Dragonar – 04

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Eco is so damn cute!

RAWR! It’s skylion. RAWR RAWR! I’m fierce and cute, and here to bring up my end of this weeks LOLi Dragons! Fosh is out this time, but he did send his usual shots.


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Oujo-sama HanaKana is great!

We got a series of introductions this episode. As far as the series goes, this one was heavy on social issues, and they start right off with a quite possible Ash meeting a very definite Silvia. Did anyone else facepalm during the end of this exchange? Can any MC-Kun remember anything about girls he meets in the past? Ash, c’mon man, the gender needs you, or else it’s just tropes all the way down, but then if Ash is the number one problem child on campus, at least his charge of General Affairs will be interesting. And it just seems that his self introduction onto the student council just goes along great with Eco’s as school mascot. Mascot I tell ya. RAWR! (or Gao! if you got the Oyatsu sub) Next up the incredibly quick and extremely violent introduction to the First Princess Veronica. Say what you will about the supreme position of dragon tamers in this country, and the Princess will trump you hard and finally we get the fabulous? entrance of Jessica Valentine. Oh, HanaKana you do the Oujo-sama quite well.

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Dat face <3

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More ATX extra scenes!

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Veronica really wants her ketchup.

So, after four episodes I have to say that I really enjoy the show. It could be better in some areas, like maybe taking things a bit more serious, but having read ahead on the manga scans, I know there is some intense stuff in future. As it is, it’s my fluffy anime fantasy ecchi show of the season. No shortage of those. I’m even calling dibs on the summer version of that broad set of genres.

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12 Responses to “Seikoku no Dragonar – 04”

  1. Di Gi Kazune says:

    Still resisting the lure of lorigons.

    FYI her ultimate form is the 5 headed chromatic dragon. 😛

  2. Highway says:

    This didn’t quite beat out Brunhilda for ‘surprise ecchi’, but I was surprised at Veronica’s lack of pants, and both of her outfits in general.

    And maybe someday we’ll just have people who meet when they’re teenagers, instead of forgotten childhood betrothals…

    • Wanderer says:

      They weren’t betrothed, they just happened to meet during that ritual to get their dragon sigil… mark… things. The Princess was hurt, so Ash carried her to meet the Mother Dragon. Then something unknown happened resulting in the scene we saw in the beginning of the first episode, where they were both unconscious and Ash’s arm had been torn off. Ash doesn’t remember it, probably due to trauma. The Princess clearly remembers at least some of it, but doesn’t realize that the boy she met in the forest is the same as the boy she knows now, despite them looking identical.

    • skylion says:

      Brunhilda’s was just cast from true WTF. Not so much surprise as unnecessary. But hey, we got a neat character wrinkle with Sakura from it.

      Veronica’s outfits reminded me of Nineties era Rob Liefeld designs…

  3. Rathje says:


    Uneeded school oujou, and Veronica’s armor doesn’t even look good.

    Moving on to the next episode.

    • skylion says:

      Yeah, I didn’t think the oujou-sama thing was strictly needed either. But these shows have boxes to tick of an move on with, so at least they got it out of the way early.

  4. Wanderer says:

    Lolidragon roar for the win.

    Veronica for the lose. I’ve read a little bit of the novels, and I hated her. HATE. ED. HER. Tempted to drop the series now rather than watch something that has her in it.

    • skylion says:

      Really, I rather like that sort of characterization. Yeah, it’s mean, but it could be argued as necessary or not. I may not like the character, but I find the it interesting.

  5. BlackBriar says:

    Heh, I should’ve known Eco wouldn’t go without doing anything out of the way. How foolish of me hoping she’d act eloquently at the student council member assembly.

    A HanaKana character with an ojou-sama complex. Color me impressed. She’s molded her voice nicely for the part. When a girl says she wants to bear your children, you should oblige them with a smile on your face.

    It’s pretty cliché Ash and Silvia can’t recognize each other though their appearances haven’t changed much from childhood.

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