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First of let me say that I'm not a geeky fan of anime. I'm a man who loves all sorts of films that have a message, good dialogues, well made characters and a good written story. This is not a film, but still it fulfills all of the criteria. The moment you start watching this series you start to evolve a bond of love and sympathy for each character. You may, or may not, jump off your chair vouching for your favorite character whenever he/she is in trouble. The dialogues are in no way exaggerated but rather simple and gradually evolved for each episode passed. The story is VERY well written and above all, unique. It does contain sad and very very very dramatic scenes, which actually even made me shed a tear, which I rarely do when I watch films. I've seen many animes, I enjoyed almost everyone of them. But when I came to see this series it did not just excite me, it overwhelmed me. This anime also covers another thing, which most animes don't. And what could that be? The ending of course! In most animes you're left to be sad and the end "real" end will remain unknown. But in Scrapped Princess the end is perfectly shaped! It's an end which will either leave you happy or sad. In most cases both. But when you do think about it you can't deny admitting that this actually was an anime with good dialogues, well made characters, good storyline and a good heartwarming ending. I'll state my point; My favorite anime, 10/10. If you're a fan of anime go watch it! You don't know what you're missing!
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