April 16, 2016
I'm not watching this any more but I just noticed something from RandomC's writeup of ep 2.
I remember seeing a comment once (when I was a kid) to the effect that there was no longer any article of men's clothing that women could not also wear, because fashion. Well, this episode proves that wrong.
One of the girls, who was playing a male character in the game, decided to change her avatars to female without bothering to change the character's clothing. This is what she looks like IRL:
And this is what her character looked like, as a guy:
A bit odd, but not really scandalous... for a guy. But...
If she went out in public like this, she's be arrested.
UPDATE: It reminds me of this, from Seikoku no Dragonar:
She goes out in public like that, so maybe I'm wrong.
In the show, they're not changing avatars, so much as it's just the main char's perception of them - when they're acting in their "real life" character, they show up as girls. (For two of the three. Ako fundamentally doesn't have a "real life" character that's separate from her game character, which is the comedy hook of the show...)
Posted by: Avatar_exADV at April 16, 2016 11:58 PM (v29Tn)
Posted by: Brett Bellmore at April 17, 2016 05:13 AM (l55xw)
Kinda has a Leeloo (from the Fifth Element) orange-suspender outfit vibe to it.
Posted by: Civilis at April 17, 2016 06:40 AM (KlrGc)
Wait until they make an anime of Magika No Kenshi To Shoukan Maou, or as it's sometimes titled, Magika no Kenshi to Basileus. (NSFW) And yes, she appears in public that way.
Posted by: ubu at April 19, 2016 07:45 AM (SlLGE)
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