First off, I am not amused with the ending (ಠ_ಠ)
I watched the first few episodes months ago, but I stopped because I got bored. For me, the progress of the story was a tad bit slow so I just switched to watching something else (t’was Kuroko no Basket.. if I remember it right).
Last night (or should I say around 2am.. lol) I had the urge to watch it again. And I did not like that ending at all ヽ(●-`Д´-)ノ
The animation was alright, but the plot was confusing. Although I think it’s meant to be that way. Mysterious and confusing.
The first two episodes shows a girl who lost her memories because a fairy “bumped” into her soul (was it soul..?). She doesn’t have a clear name in the anime but Wikipedia said her name was Heroine. So in those episodes, little by little they showed fragments of her memories.
This is Orion, the fairy who bumped into Heroine’s soul~
The next episodes were crazy, definitely confusing (╯°□°）╯︵ ┻━┻
Apparently, Heroine is jumping from one parallel word to another. In which each world she has a different lover. She would always end up in the date, August 1st without a fail.
From episode 3 to 4, her lover was Shin. Each world she was in had different stories, same people but with different personalities. Take Waka-san as an example, in Shin’s world he’s happy-go-lucky but in Ikki-san’s world he’s strict.
This is Waka-san, manager (?) of Meido no Hitsuji where Heroine and the rest works.
Episode 5 to 6 was Ikki.
Also with her friends/workmates at Meido no Hitsuji. In one world Sawa was just her friend and in another she’s also her workmate. Or in Shin’s world, Toma and Ikki didn’t work there. Everything seemed different in each world.
(from left to right: Herone, Sawa, Mine)
And episodes 7 to 8 was with Kento.
Kento, by the way, is the only person who knew about Heroine’s situation. That being able to jump into different worlds and her amnesia. Also, she introduced Orion to him, even tho he can’t see Orion. They were able to talk through Heroine.
Episodes 9 and 10 were with Toma.
It was quite different in Toma’s world. Because with Shin, Ikki and Kento, all of them were Heroine’s lover. But in this one Toma wasn’t her lover, instead he pretended to be one because he wanted to protect her from Ikki’s crazy fangirls. Which in the end, they ended up together because the Heroine in that world was really in love with Toma, and not with Ikki.
Last two episodes were with Ukyo which finally explains this whole mumbo-jumbo parallel world traveling.
Ukyo is a dual-personality character (I’m quite fond of dual-personality characters *cough*Yogi*cough*Karneval*cough*) and his other personality is trying to kill Heroine while his original self is trying to protect her.
In the end she got her memory back but she will forget about Orion.
AND SO THE CRAPPY ENDING WAS it was never shown which world she belonged to and who was her lover and what kind of memories did she have (╯°□°）╯︵ ┻━┻
Not gonna spoil anymore and explain why she’s traveling worlds (*-`ω´- )人 If you want to know what happened, GO WATCH IT and be disappointed like me (lol).
Well I’m not completely disappointed because the bishounens in this anime compensated for the crappy ending. Fufufu~
Then again, I guess it was meant to be that way. You know how you read books and completely imagine what you’re reading and the ending let’s you imagine further of what would have happened to the story, it’s kind of like that.
BUT it’s still in the back of my mind and keeps bothering me. “WHAT THE FUDGE DID JUST HAPPEN” that kind of thing (´･_･`)
Well that’s it~ I will just have to imagine how it could have ended better (or make a fanfic.. what do you guys think? lol)
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