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Everyday is a normal day in the small town where Kasuga Arata lives. However, everything changed on the day of the Black Sun, and following it, a magician appears before him. The Black Sun caused the Breakdown Phenomenon which destroyed the town where he lives. Because of this, his normal life was artificially reconstructed by a Grimoire that his childhood friend had left. Just what is the purpose of the magician coming to the town? What will he do with the Grimoire's keepsake?
トリニティセブン 7人の魔書使い 七人魔法使 7人の魔書使い Trinity 7 Trinity Seven Trinity Seven: 7 Nin no Mahoutsukai Trinity Seven: 7-Nin no Mahoutsukai Trinity Seven: Shichinin no Mahoutsukai Trinity Seven: The Seven Magicians
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The females like the main character too easily.
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The female characters just seem to immediately fall for the main character's indiscriminate and frequent advances, as if there is nothing they dislike. Always blushing, quickly falling for the powerful male lead and loving his perverted personality as if his horniness were considered a personality plus. It is hardly deserving of the "romance" tag; it'd have been better if it were just a porn with a plot. Although the typical porn with a plot story contains a wider range of emotions than this.
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Simplistic and childish, boring and generic. Though at least the protagonist isn't a pathetic sadsack. He sure forgot about his cousin fast, kinda makes him a dick. His childhood friend, the fated true love of his life, and there's no angst at her "death", he happily accepts his harem and the ecchi hijinks they get up to. Meh.
The main character isn't a idiot. Thats like a +6 alone. The series manages to balance the story with small slapstick elements instead of hurr hurr, tsundere action every four seconds. The story jumps around a tiny bit, but its easy to follow. Plenty of fanservice which I haven't gotten tired of yet in this series.
Honestly, with only one or two exceptions. this is the best harem manga of its kind. It puts To love ru/darkness to shame. It doesn't have a idiot protagonist, just a perverted one (but not to the point where he is a idiot) and is self-deprecating at the fact that the guy is pretty much getting a true harem (instead of alternating between two girls with a bunch just hanging around).
I can't believe there aren't more harems following this formula, instead of the atypical idiot protagonist followed by slapstick comedy and nonsensical storylines.
so freaking good
I'm personally a fan of To Love-Ru and Rosario+Vampire as well, and I think that this manga has the potential to surpass those two. Unlike TL-R and RosaVam, Trinity Seven has a protagonist who isn't a complete retard. He isn't too indecisive either.. yet. RosaVam, however, I must admit, Tsukune has gone through a huge amount of character development. The main character in this one is a Magic King candidate and his main magic power is a hilarious one that you'll have to find out for yourself! All in all, this is a really good manga and I give it 10/10.
Read this manga is funny. Especially when the ju in gong blow up the girls' clothes and react to boobies.. It's a hilarious one much better than To Love Ru and Rosario Vampire (>3<) Can't wait for updates!!!!!
A break from the norm, familiar nonetheless...
Yes, it's an ecchi harem manga. But, as you've read, the main character has a decisive nature, is unafraid to jump into things, and does so without inspirational speeches to lead the way.
There's a refreshing sense of humor to this work. The character is unashamedly cocky and ecchi in his conversation and attitudes towards the girls and the ecchi situations he faces.
Not a herbivore, nose bleeder or shrinking violet.
...And, I think, a bit more like how a 17 year old surrounded by a hot harem might be...well...maybe.
Still, it's a nice break from the trip/fall/strip/grope girl/get slapped/spiral away in a rush of projectile arterial nose vomit.
The story's taking a slow build approach that I'm fine with. I don't find it as confusing as others. I also think that (of course) there's more to come.
It's called Trinity 7 for the 7 most powerful girls of a magical academy. It seems to be taking the time to intro the girls without the use of flashbacks, forgotten memories (you once picked up a notebook I dropped and then moved away--I've been saving myself for you ever since!) (When we were 3 years old, I gave you my first kiss--Please remember me!)
It moves at a relaxed pace with good humor to carry you along.
Quite a chaotic plot... Confusing and rushed...
The plot has a lot of potential but by chapter 5 things look really rushed so that's making the story and the actions of the characters confusing. I still didn't understand what is the King of Magic, that is, I don't understand if he's supposed to be a good or bad guy or how that person is chosen. At first, due to the fact that all the students talked about the king in such relaxed and even happy and excited manner I thought to myself, "well the king of magic is probably just the strongest magus in school so he's a guy who's idolized by the other students, yeah that makes sense", but then a lot of people start referring to the king as some sort of evil boss. Arin even refers to him as the Boss of evil guys or something. If that's so wtf?? Everyone knows and is excited because he'll become an evil lord?? It just doesn't make sense at all. People see him as the next evil guy around and do nothing, even support him. Seriously, wtf? In chapter 5 magic was explained but the whole concept is still very rough. You can clearly see that it has potential but it's still a very superficial and confusing concept. Then the phenomenon (forgot the name) is yet another confusing thing. But I have to say that the thing which confuses me more is the Arin girl. Is she good or evil, why is she the king's partner, why does she look like the cousin and most of all why the f*** did she release the seal of his power without anyone telling her to, seriously her actions there were just too random to be understood. Obviously some things will be explained but by the end of chap 5 it looks like everyone already forgot about what Arin did so it probably won't be explained. Seriously, I understood the thing about the bedroom barrier but the release would've destroyed the whole school killing everyone. Oh and if he was able to stop and revert things back to normal in school he should be able to bring his cousin back... right?
But other than that the manga has a lot of potential. The art could be a lot better, in fact if I'm not mistaken the artist is the same as Psycho Busters and I think that in PB he had a better art but oh well. Let's just hope that they focus on explaining things calmly from now on instead of trying to turn this into a full blown harem. They have to take things easy and explain everything properly because the concepts are quite hard to understand sometimes.
Still can't rate this one. It has potential but it already showed that the mangaka is not being able to develop things in a satisfactory manner. So basically this may be very good or very bad.
... Last updated on July 1st, 2011, 11:54am
So far so good.
It's your typical harem-schoollife manga, where the male lead is thrown into a pit full of hot girls, but this one stands out since the male lead is very open with his pervertedness and he's decisive even if he hasn't tapped his full potential yet. He's definitely not a wuss, and not weak either, despite having the maturity of a hormone-driven teenager. The premise and the plot itself is very well done and very captivating, though there is no sure direction yet where the story is headed. The characters are a bit whacked as you'd expect from an ecchi-comedy manga but they are endearing in some cosmic way, like the principal. I like him. And the art is very excellent.
It's like an Mx0-Rosario+Vampire crossover, with better characters and plot.
The only downside as of now is it's moving at an extremely slow pace. The team has already been presented and the mission has been stated. The story has a wide scope where it can expand the story, but it's slowly losing its appeal with the way things are currently. The characters continue to goof off while only doing minimal acts on the area of magic. There's still no sign of any training, no sign of school work, and no prime antagonist.
This manga is 'rare', but I like my mangas 'well-done'. I look forward to what this can accomplish, but I hope it'll be soon, 'cause I'll have to put it on-hold until it gets slightly interesting.
... Last updated on September 21st, 2011, 6:05am
1 of the rare FULL MARK from my point of view. Just 2 chapter, but: good plot, good charater design, good humor, good ecchi situation and the heroin guy has great style in desision and ecchi scene..
Storyplot is abit confusing. Hope it be clear in future release.
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A typical 7 magician who is female, and a guy who has strong hidden talent
Overall, a good manga with potential.
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