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    1. #1

      To the Abandoned Sacred Beasts



      Synopsis (from MAL):

      During a protracted civil war that pitted the North against the South, the outnumbered Northerners used dark magical arts to create monstrous super-soldiers—Incarnates. Now that the war has ended, those Sacred Beasts must learn how to make their way in a peaceful society, or face death at the hands of a Beast Hunter...

      Nancy Schaal Bancroft, the daughter of an Incarnate soldier who met an untimely end at the hands of one such Beast Hunter, turns to hunting the hunter herself. But once she catches up with her quarry, she discovers hard truths about the lives of the Incarnates...
      Last edited by unoduetre; 07-25-2019 at 08:41 AM.



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    2. #2

      Re: To the Abandoned Sacred Beasts

      A better plot starts from the second ep.



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      Re: To the Abandoned Sacred Beasts

      I like how eyes of characters are drawn in this.



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      Re: To the Abandoned Sacred Beasts



      the first episode is annoying. So much drama, so little time. So many battles, so little strategy. So much personality driving dialogue that's just one step away from exposition--which is even more annoying than exposition just because it's a gold foil trash bag of storycrafting--for it feels like an entire goddamn episode.

      This better plot starting from the second episode better be good.




      ok that's too harsh. it's good so far. but that was annoying to me.
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      Re: To the Abandoned Sacred Beasts

      Yeah, after the first ep. I thought it's a droppable anime. But I watched the second one and changed my mind.



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      Re: To the Abandoned Sacred Beasts

      Yeah, the second episode ended well.


      Mmm, those blue eyes.
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    7. #7

      Re: To the Abandoned Sacred Beasts

      Ep. 5



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    8. #8

      Re: To the Abandoned Sacred Beasts

      Cain has an interesting surname.



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      Re: To the Abandoned Sacred Beasts

      Oh, so there is a …

      I didn't expect that. I thought the beasts will be more animal-like. Well … is kinda animal like to some degree.

      I always liked stories about … Good!



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    10. #10

      Re: To the Abandoned Sacred Beasts

      Ep. 6



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    11. #11

      Re: To the Abandoned Sacred Beasts

      Damn, this got good!



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      The smart way to keep people passive and obedient is to strictly limit the spectrum of acceptable opinion, but allow very lively debate within that spectrum容ven encourage the more critical and dissident views. That gives people the sense that there's free thinking going on, while all the time the presuppositions of the system are being reinforced by the limits put on the range of the debate. (Noam Chomsky)

    12. #12

      Re: To the Abandoned Sacred Beasts

      @Momogari

      The beginning of this anime was not so good, then it improved, but I think you might be pretty satisfied after watching this ep.



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    13. #13

      Re: To the Abandoned Sacred Beasts

      I'm really happy now I didn't drop it at the early stage.



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      Re: To the Abandoned Sacred Beasts

      Quote Originally Posted by unoduetre View Post
      @Momogari

      The beginning of this anime was not so good, then it improved, but I think you might be pretty satisfied after watching this ep.
      I watched the first two episodes. I was going to keep watching it but I guess I could have just forgotten. I'll get to watching it, since you say so.
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      Re: To the Abandoned Sacred Beasts

      ep 4

      yeah, those eyes are just so blue
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