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Mahoutsukai Reimeiki Episode 10

Lily is a sweet character. We have seen her be kind and gentle to everyone. She also loves to cook. In this episode, Coudeau wanted to give Kady a lesson in using facts to make decisions. So, he asked Lily to cook a meal. Coudeau shared that meal with Kady, who admitted it was delicious.

Mahoutsukai Reimeiki Episode 10

I liked the answer this episode came up with. My favorite quote came from a scene that provided one example, in fact. Another was from my favorite moment. It helped that the show has tried to humanize even a character as cruel as the Tyrant. We got to see that as a child, he wanted to please his father, but his father beat him regardless of what he did. That set his expectations for interactions with other people. It broke him, in other words.

The original Mahoutsukai no Yoru, written in 1996, was the novel that first established the currently known Nasuverse. Nasu and his colleagues thought at that point that he wouldn't be able to write anything better than it for the next ten years.[3] In high school, he was inspired by the first episode of Neon Genesis Evangelion and he thought of writing a novel. Nasu wrote roughly 400 pages and he tried to enter it into several writing competitions in 1996 but it was unsuccessful, and the work was merely passed around by his friends. Nasu tried to send the novel to the Fujimi Shobo publisher but he found it difficult to keep it under 350 pages and left the novel unreleased. In the end, he only printed less than 5 copies of the original draft. Some of the characters from the original story were drawn by Takashi Takeuchi for his old personal website.[4] 041b061a72


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