Kazuma Satou, a high school student, gamer and shut-in, died on an average day walking home from school, performing the one heroic act of his life. He reawakens in the afterlife, greeted by a beautiful but rude girl named Aqua, who claims to be a goddess that guides the youth whose lives got cut short. Aqua then offers him a choice: to go to heaven, or to get sent to a another world to defeat the Demon King. Of course, Kazuma's gamer instincts kick in, and he chooses to start a new life in a real-life RPG. There's one last choice Kazuma has to make: he is allowed the choice of one thing to take with him to the new world. After puzzling over it, he chooses...Aqua? Join Kazuma on his adventures as he tries to transfer his virtual gaming knowledge to real-life adventurer experience!
Some little freaking snot tard might of told you that this series is bad just because of fan service. But this series was designed to be a self aware stupid show. The pointless fan service is there to add on how stupid it is. And I think as long as it's self aware then it's fine on that part. The characters are funny and unique (Megumin is best girl) and always make me laugh. It's a good take on the fantasy/game genre. It's about a dysfunctional team trying to work together and make money in their new world. It's fun, hilarious, and really great overall. Seeing these characters work together, progress and defend their town is great. I think my favorite character is Megumin. She is a Mage and uses explosion magic and always does it overkill other enemies. Her character design is great. You can just look at a square with red and yellow and you will think of Megumin. Same with the other characters. My least favorite is "Darkness" her name doesn't even match her armor and she almost always has this uncomfortable perverted face on. It's funny sometimes but also too much.
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