1. Zero no Tsukaima (2006)
Zero no Tsukaima is a magic/fantasy anime that has gained a large fanbase. This anime is a must-see for fans of harem comedy who also enjoy plenty of ecchi moments. The protagonist is in a similar situation to the one presented in “The Asterisk War.” The female protagonist causes problems for each of them, forcing them to act in ways they had not anticipated. Magic and ecchi moments are also present in this anime, as was already noted.
Tristain Academy, the high school of “Zero no Tsukaima,” is a training ground for aspiring magicians. The anime’s main female character, Louise Françoise Le Blanc de La Vallière, is a current female student at Tristain. She has a high opinion of herself and is full of pride and ego. However, her abilities as a sorceress are severely lacking, and she should not be treated as such.
She’s known as “Louise the Zero” because of this reason. And so, when an explosion occurs after she casts a summoning spell, everyone assumes it was another one of her failures. However, it looks that the magic was successful, as a human by the name of Saito Hirata suddenly materialises. Since he is now Louise’s familiar, she has been treating him horribly, having him do all of her chores. It appears, however, that Hirata is more than a mere mortal; he has the familiar’s mark of Gandalf, one of the most potent wizards. There may be more to Louise’s magic than meets the eye. If you enjoyed ‘The Asterisk War,’ I think you’ll enjoy this anime.
2. IS: Infinite Stratos (2011)
If you’re one of the many who watched “The Asterisk War” and then thought, “Man, that show would be so much better if it included some mecha and more gorgeous females,” this is for you. To that, I respond that while ‘The Asterisk War’ does not exist in a mecha adaptation, there is a similar anime with mecha features called ‘IS: Infinite Stratos. You won’t be bored for a second watching this anime, as it combines elements of science fiction, action, ecchi, harem, and comedy. You may kick back and relax while watching this anime. There is 12 episodes total, and each one is 24 minutes long.
Japan has developed one of the world’s deadliest military weapons, Infinite Stratos. Because of their destructive potential, a pact was signed internationally prohibiting the deployment of such mecha in warfare. Only women are capable of piloting these suits, but as it turns out, there’s also a guy who can pull off the same manoeuvres. Ichika Orimura is a 15-year-old young man. Because of his talent, he has no choice but to enrol at the all-female Infinite Stratos School, which prepares its students for careers as professional Infinite Stratos Pilots. It appears that Ichika’s time at this new academy will be filled with exciting new opportunities, including ecchi and harem moments.
3. Seireitsukai no Blade Dance (2014)
The protagonist, a man, has an uneasy first encounter with a group of attractive women and then goes on to have an experience that combines elements of harem and ecchi. Yes, that sums up the plot of this anime well. The setting is a high school, and there is magic and the supernatural. The male protagonist will soon be forced to take part in a battle royale he would rather avoid. As a result, if you enjoyed ‘The Asterisk War,’ you will probably enjoy this as well.
The Areisha Spirit Academy is an esteemed educational institution. The academy’s mission is to prepare the future Elementalist princesses of the sacred shrines. To fight amongst themselves, they must be able to enter into binding contracts with spirits and enslave them.
For a long time, only women were allowed to do this, but of course, we managed to track down a man who is just as capable. Kamito Kazehaya is the first male in a thousand years to be able to make deals with ghosts. However, he took that authority from a woman named Claire Rouge. The academy’s headmaster has now not only coerced Kamito into enrolling at the school but also into taking part in the upcoming fight, scheduled to begin in two months. Claire has been relentless in her prodding that he makes a pact with her in the hereafter.
4. The Irregular at Magic High School (2014)
Once again, we have a high school setting for an anime about magic. The similarities between this anime and ‘The Asterisk War’ are numerous and fascinating. Both shows’ male protagonists are outcasts at their respective high schools. Similar to the male protagonist of ‘Rakudai Kishi no Cavalry,’ ‘The Irregular at Magic High School’ also has his reputation tarnished by his on-stage antics. In the same vein as “The Asterisk War,” “The Irregular at Magic High School” features exciting battles and a sprinkling of romance, though you may be hard-pressed to find any ecchi or harem scenes.
Siblings Tatsuya and Miyuki Siba take the entrance examination to First High School, a magical arts academy. First High School is where young people learn to master a technology that was once considered to exist only in myths and fairy tales: magic. The pupils are split in half based on their performance in the entrance exams.
There is a Bloomers group for those who did well on the test and a Weeds club for those who struggled. Miyuki does wonderfully well and is successful, whereas Tatsuya fails and is placed in the Weeds. Despite his poor performance in the practical tests, Tatsuya is technically strong and a formidable fighter. Furthermore, he employs unconventional methods of magic. To what extent will he be able to carve out a niche for himself in this institution?
5. Rakudai Kishi no Cavalry (2015)
All the high school fantasy and magic action from “The Asterisk War” can be found in “Rakudai Kishi no Cavalry.” Also like “The Asterisk War,” this show is a harem, ecchi comedy. Both shows share a common setup at the outset. The animation in ‘Rakudai Kishi no Cavalry’ is above average, which is to be expected from a show of this kind. Each of the 12 episodes of the series runs about 23 minutes.
The protagonists of the anime are humans with the ability to forge weapons from their very souls. The human race can benefit greatly from these weapons, as they are both effective and extremely potent. Blazers are the name given to these elite individuals. Hagun Academy exists to ensure that the Blazers are properly trained in the use of their abilities.
The academy’s mission is to recruit young Blazers and mould them into powerful Mage-Knights. Ikki Kurogane is a student here at the academy. Everyone thinks he’s a failure, and they all have a good cause. He’s the only Blazer I’d give an F (and I don’t mean brilliant) rating to. Ikki’s bad luck continues as she discovers Stella Vermillion undressed. Stella, one of the most powerful Blazers, has challenged him to a duel, with the loser becoming the slave of the victor. The rest of it must be rather easy to infer.
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