The series centres around Ooyama Takeru, a young normal yet perverted minded guy, who enrolls into Tenbi Gakuen, which was once an all-girls school now turned into a co-ed school. Unbeknownst to him, the only students admitted are those who are able to control a source of energy found in all living things called Element, and furthermore can use magical artifacts called Maken, which give the users specific and varied abilities.
On the first day, he meets again after three years, Amaya Haruko, his childhood friend, Kushiya Inaho, a weird big busted girl who declares she's his fiance, and Himegami Kodama, a blonde oujo who wants to kill him. After a whim by the school principle Rokujou Minori, he and the three girls end up living in the same room. Furthermore, after being persuaded by Haruko, Takeru decides to join the Maken-ki, a special force unit under the school student council, whose responsibility is to mediate duels between students in the school. However, he later finds out that no Maken is acceptable for him. How will his life continue in this school, where the students get into duels that showcase their magic and combat power, which he seemingly does not have.
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Alternative Names: Maken ki!
Genre: Action, Ecchi, Harem, Martial Arts, Romance, School Life, Supernatural
Adapted from the manga, Maken-ki! - Manga. Also adapted into the anime, Maken-ki! Two.
Shitaya Noriko as Amaya Haruko, Yahagi Sayuri as Himegami Kodama, Maeno Tomoaki as Ooyama Takeru, Nomizu Iori as Kushiya Inaho, Harada Hitomi as Nijou Aki, Mina as Rokujou Minori, Togashi Misuzu as Shinatsu Azuki, Tsuruoka Satoshi as Usui Kengo
It seems they're now cenosring panty shots in anime? What is wrong with this harem sitcom that the camera angles are rarely above the waist. When it is, it's seldom above the neck line. Fighting girls with magical weapons is starting to be a tired genre. Tired is the sudden fiance, childhood friend who puts Barbi to shame and love rival which can't make up her mind whither to sleep with the lone male lead or kill him ... and all living under the same roof. Honestly Freezing and Infinite Stratos did a better job at being cheesy.
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