No Game No Life Love

No Game No Life Love

Hey gang!

Well, I was supposed to have a review of the No Game No Life anime up today, but during the windows of time where I wasn’t working over the weekend, I ended up feeling the desperate need to just goof off, more so since my brother talked me into buying Divinity: Original Sin (an excellent RPG for those interested).

Since my article is not yet ready, I thought I’d share some No Game No Life love in the form of some images I’ve come across.

No Game No Life

No Game No Life

No Game No Life

No Game No Life

It seems that Jibril is the most popular character in the series, seeing how often she shows up in the thing. I guess it is a combination of her having “huge tracks of land,” her being highly intelligent, her being powerful enough to wipe out whole cities while still being obedient and serving a human master, and the way she gets so caught up in things, she starts drooling.

Anyway, I’ll try to get my piece finished tomorrow since I’ll finally be out of oncall status. ^_^

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4 Responses to “No Game No Life Love”

  1. I think it might also have a lot to do with her character design. Her default expression is just too cute with those doe-like eyes, which is a total contrast to her reputation and her abilities. I prefer Steph though. Her scenes and reactions are just too funny.

    • arimareiji says:

      Me too, wrt Steph. They kinda overdo making her the butt monkey, but at least to me she feels like the most “real” and endearing nonetheless. It can be difficult to empathize with geniuses who make almost everything look laughably easy, or other characters who have their own superpowers and nigh-prescient cognitive abilities… it’s easier to relate to the relatively “normal” person who gets caught up in it all. Even if she is “just a Steph”. (^_^)

      • AstroNerdBoy says:

        It can be difficult to empathize with geniuses who make almost everything look laughably easy…

        Because the siblings were shown studying constantly, it made me better able to accept them, which isn’t quite the same as empathy. But yeah, the “normal” person (or “everyday man”) is the one folks do empathize with.

    • AstroNerdBoy says:

      Her default expression is just too cute with those doe-like eyes, which is a total contrast to her reputation and her abilities.

      That’s a good point I hadn’t considered.

      I prefer Steph though. Her scenes and reactions are just too funny.

      Steph played her role as comic relief quite well. ^_^

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