Mikagura Gakuen Kumikyoku episode 1 [First Impression]: School Club Battle with a Yuri Enthousiast

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Mikagura Gakuen Kumikyoku is a school battle anime that follow the genre. A new student enters a special school where she is forced to join a club. Club are engaged in club battles where students showcase special super power which they use to fight one another. Mikagura Gakuen Kumikyoku main character happens to be a lesbian teenage girl with no brain and who only things of doing yuri activity with any cute girl she can find. At first impression, this show is awful.

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I mean it, what the hell did I just even watched. I don’t think I can even begin to understand why this anime is a thing. I never understood school life anime in the first place, but this one is just a mess to me. Shoujo-ai, club battles and a impossibly irritating main character? I watched the episode in a state of mind somewhere between boredom and frustration. The main character is annoyingly random, incredibly dim-witted and energetic in the worse way possible. The setting of the show is a complete mess too, between the unexplained flying cats using weird honorifics to silent maid character and weird school rules…the anime is just not entertaining in the least. I have not smiled, let alone laughed, in the entirety of the episode and it is not like I tried to make it a contest.

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Mikagura Gakuen Kumikyoku is a huge waste of time. I watched this episode to write this review so you wouldn’t have to, don’t go through the same pain I did and avoid watching this one. The quality put into the anime is commendable, the music was good, voice acting was good, visuals were good, but the content is simply awful and ruins all the efforts put into it. I wouldn’t recommend this to anyone, a huge miss this season, I don’t get it at all.

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