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レルゲンさんの胃痛はどうなる!? 超豪華ドラマCD付きです! 疾風怒濤の快進撃を続ける「幼女戦記」についに特装版が登場! ドラマCDの主人公は、まさかの、……レルゲンさんですか!? ますます勢いづくターニャの活躍(本人的には遺憾)も見逃せない!


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レルゲンさんの胃痛はどうなる!? 超豪華ドラマCD付きです! 疾風怒濤の快進撃を続ける「幼女戦記」についに特装版が登場! ドラマCDの主人公は、まさかの、……レルゲンさんですか!? ますます勢いづくターニャの活躍(本人的には遺憾)も見逃せない!

30 review for 幼女戦記 7 ドラマCD付き特装版 [Youjo Senki 7 Limited Edition w/ Drama CD]

  1. 5 out of 5

    S.Q. Eries

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. In Summary General Staff chooses to make a winter offensive on Norden! But before the fight begins, the narrative delves into the strategic nitty gritty of what the higher ups really have in mind for this seemingly foolish attack. While we don’t get any combat scenes till the very end of the volume, the lead-up to the fighting plus a glimpse into Tanya’s previous life keeps things engaging. The Review I commented in my review of Volume 6 that Being X has been absent a while. Well, apparently he doe In Summary General Staff chooses to make a winter offensive on Norden! But before the fight begins, the narrative delves into the strategic nitty gritty of what the higher ups really have in mind for this seemingly foolish attack. While we don’t get any combat scenes till the very end of the volume, the lead-up to the fighting plus a glimpse into Tanya’s previous life keeps things engaging. The Review I commented in my review of Volume 6 that Being X has been absent a while. Well, apparently he doesn’t want us to forget him because he pops in at the opening of Volume 7. Although the chapter is titled “Norden VI,” nearly half of it is Tanya’s reflections on her previous world and the philosophies and events that formed her character. In the midst of this walk down memory lane, Being X interrupts with images of a life the Japanese salaryman could’ve had. The interaction between divine and mortal is brief, but in addition to the usual spite and venom that reaffirms our main character’s disgust toward his creator, we also see a rare instant of vulnerability. Then it’s back to Norden and the winter offensive so hotly debated in the previous volume. Tanya calculated that such a push would only wear down the Empire’s already ragged resources, but General Staff is treating the Northern Army’s offense as part of a larger plan to subdue the Regadonia Alliance. Tanya piecing together the top-secret attack through her conversation with von Rudersdorf is covered in all three incarnations of this story, and as usual, the manga provides the clearest version. Whereas the anime breezes through the massive pincer plan too quickly and the novel’s narrative is a bit hard to comprehend, the manga’s depiction of the von Rudersdorf interchange followed by a cartoon outline spells out the operation in understandable terms. Granted, the outline is somewhat dense, but that’s only because so many elements are involved in the multipronged attack. Having explained what the imperial forces are about to do, preparing to execute it is the next order of business. Thus far, we’ve only seen Army forces at work, and in “Norden VII” we get a first glimpse of the Navy. Despite the tension of the impending fight, these scenes are good for giggles. In addition to the usual contrast between Tanya’s train of thought and those of the adults around her, Tojo-sensei has fun with the character designs of the imperial sailors. (Battleship Yamato anyone?) The volume concludes with the start of the strike on Os. While the illustrations deliver excitement with clarity per usual, they also included an artistic choice that made me really uncomfortable. Not to say that getting one’s clothes shredded is an impossibility in combat, but it just seems wrong when Tanya’s the only one fighting naked in a zone filled almost entirely with adult men. I really wish Tojo-sensei had let her stay clothed or leveled the field by making everyone naked. Extras include battle log thus far, character introductions and detailed glossary of terms between chapters. For more manga and book reviews, drop by my blog Keeping It In Canon!

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    Yair Gonzalez

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    Cory Benda

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    Alexandre

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    Nicole Westen

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  9. 5 out of 5

    Aurore Haenel

  10. 5 out of 5

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    Luiza Lino

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    Meriones

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    Matthew Brest

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    Quinn

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    Ahmet

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    Philip Kolk

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    Chvoney

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    Drake Nichols

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    KOARanger

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    K.Silberstein

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    Eledi

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    Sukanya Ganesan

  27. 4 out of 5

    Amy

  28. 4 out of 5

    02321

  29. 5 out of 5

    Sam Koumi

  30. 4 out of 5

    Aika

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