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Anime: Date a Live III,Alternative Titles

Watch Date a Live Episode 3 Online at Anime-Planet. With the support of Ratatoskr, Shido goes on a date with Tohka as Origami watches from afar  · Official Title: en verified Date a Live III: Official Title: ja デート・ア・ライブIII: Type: TV Series, 12 episodes Year: until Season: Winter / Tags: Watch and stream subbed and dubbed episodes of Date a Live online on Anime-Planet. Legal and free through industry partnerships. Anime. Anime season charts; Watch anime online ... read more

origin no description set. original work What the anime is based on! This is given as the original work credit in the OP. Mostly of academic interest, but a useful bit of info, hinting at the possible depth of story.

target audience Anime, like everything else in the modern world, is targeted towards specific audiences, both implicitly by the creators and overtly by the marketing. technical aspects It may sometimes be useful to know about technical aspects of a show, such as information about its broadcasting or censorship.

Such information can be found here. themes Themes describe the very central elements important to the anime stories. They set the backdrop against which the protagonists must face their challenges.

Be it School Life, present Daily Life, Military action, Cyberpunk, Law and Order detective work, Sports, or the Underworld. These are only but a few of the more typical backgrounds for anime plots. Add to that a Conspiracy setting with a possible tragic outcome, the Themes span most of the imaginable subject matter relevant to anime.

It is a shady world, unknown to most people, where illegal things like murder, smuggling, drug dealing and similar are happening daily. Groups known to be acting in this world are for example the mafia or the yakuza. This may be done for ransom or in furtherance of another crime, or in connection with a child custody dispute. episode specific. no ending segment An episode with no ending segment lacks an ending credits segment, commonly known as ED. This tag only applies to anime that ordinarily contain an ED; do not apply to anime that ordinarily do not have an ED.

The inverse case is no opening segment. no opening segment An episode with no opening segment lacks an opening credits segment, commonly known as OP. This tag only applies to anime that ordinarily contain an OP; do not apply to anime that ordinarily do not have an OP. The inverse case is no ending segment. post-credits scene A little bit of the story is found after the credit titles.

A little bonus for those patient enough! This applies regardless of if the credits play over an ED sequence, or over the "regular episode" that continues to air into the credits. A sequence at the end of an episode, showing what will happen in the next episode, is NOT a post-credits scene; that is a preview. related Character Tags? abilities Abilities are skills or competences that have applicability in some sort of activity.

brainwashing 1 Brainwashing, the application of coercive techniques to change the values and beliefs, perceptions and judgements, and subsequent mindsets and behaviours of one or more people, usually for political, financial, personal, or religious purposes. The victim is left brainwashed. Often featured in dark anime or pornography. clone attack 1 This ability involves making multiple copies of oneself, usually for use during combat.

cryokinesis 1 Cryokinesis is the ability to reduce the kinetic energy of atoms and thus reduce temperature. It can be used to control, generate, or absorb ice. dark magic 1 no description set dual wielding 1 The ability to use a weapon in each hand skillfully.

extrasensory perception 1 Extrasensory perception ESP , involves reception of information not gained through the recognized physical senses but sensed with the mind. flying 1 This character has wings, natural or artificial, which enable the character to take flight.

Or is in command of some form of levitation e. a witch using a broom to fly. Not to be confused with "flying planes" or "flying helicopters". genius 1 A genius is someone possessing extraordinary intelligence or skill, normally to a degree associated with the achievement of unprecedented insight, and especially when demonstrated through a creative or original work in a field of human knowledge.

Such ability is well beyond the realm of an ordinarily clever person, who instead applies a sharp mind to mundane levels of skill. ice magic 1 no description set levitation 1 Levitation is the process by which an object is suspended by a physical force against gravity, in a stable position without solid physical contact. In paranormal context, levitation is an aspect of psychokinesis, often the result of supernatural action of tuning in to the Holy Spirit, spiritual energy, a deity, or sometimes from the influence of a poltergeist.

magic 2 Magic is the art of purportedly manipulating aspects of reality either by supernatural means or through knowledge of unknown occult laws. playing drums 1 no description set singing 1 Singing is the act of producing musical sounds with the voice and augments regular speech by the use of sustained tonality, rhythm, and a variety of vocal techniques.

A person who sings is called a singer or vocalist. teleportation 2 Teleportation is the transfer of matter from one point to another, possibly a distant one, without application of force, and generally instantly.

time manipulation 1 no description set ventriloquism 1 Ventriloquism, or ventriloquy, is an act of stagecraft in which a person a ventriloquist manipulates his or her voice so that it appears that the voice is coming from elsewhere, usually a puppeteered "dummy". wind magic 1 no description set. accessories Accessories are objects characters use or sometimes simply carry around. armour 2 no description set bikini armour 3 Bikini armor is a female fantasy armor that only covers breasts and pubic region, the only difference to a regular bikini being in the material.

broom 1 A domestic utensil with fibers bound together at the end of a long handle, used for sweeping. flintlock pistol 1 Flintlock is a general term for any firearm that uses a flint striking ignition mechanism.

flower 1 A flower is the reproductive structure found in flowering plants. glasses 8 Glasses also called eyeglasses or spectacles are frames bearing lenses worn in front of the eyes, normally for vision correction, eye protection, or for protection from UV rays. lightsabre 1 A sword with a column of brightly colored energy in the place of a metal blade. lock 2 no description set lollipop 1 no description set musket 1 A muzzle-loaded, smooth bore long gun, fired from the shoulder, designed for use by infantry.

The term is applied to a variety of weapons, including the long, heavy guns with matchlock or wheel lock and loose powder fired with the gun barrel resting on a stand, and also lighter weapons with Snaphance, flintlock or caplock and bullets using a stabilizing spin Minié ball , affixed with a bayonet.

powered armour 1 An armored suit enhanced with either advanced technological improvements or magical abilities. sword 2 A sword is a long, edged piece of metal, used as a cutting, thrusting, and clubbing weapon in many civilizations throughout the world. clothing Clothing is fiber and textile material worn on the body. blazer 3 Blazers and sport coats are two similar types of jacket.

business suit 2 The business suit is a traditional Western-style business attire. dress 3 A dress is an item of clothing, usually worn by females, which both covers the upper part of the body and includes a skirts below the waist. frilly dress 1 A frilly dress is a dress that contains frills. high heels 2 High heels are a type of shoe in which the heel, compared to the toe, is significantly higher off of the ground. knee boots 1 Kneehigh boots are boots that rise up to, but not including, the knee, or slightly thereunder; they leave the knee exposed.

Boots at a trouser length or shorter are half boots or lower. pantyhose 3 Pantyhose are sheer, close-fitting legwear, covering the body from the waist to the feet. pencil skirt 1 A pencil skirt is a slim-fitting skirt with a straight, narrow cut. raincoat 1 no description set school uniform 9 A type of uniform worn in Japanese schools called "seifuku" in Japanese , generally high school age or younger.

short shorts 1 Short shorts, or cut-offs, are shorts that are cut very high on the leg. shorts 1 Shorts are a garment worn over the pelvic area, circling the waist and splitting to cover the upper part of the legs, sometimes extending down to the knees but not covering the entire length of the leg.

skirt 1 A skirt is a tube- or cone-shaped piece of clothing that hangs from the waist and covers the legs partially or fully. slippers 1 no description set thigh boots 1 Thigh boots and over-the-knee boots are boots that either: fully cover and extend above the knees, or partly cover the knees, leaving only the thigh area exposed.

Boots that rise up to, but not including, the knee, or slightly thereunder, are kneehigh boots. thighhighs 4 Thighhighs or stockings are a close-fitting, variously elastic hosiery piece that fully cover and extend above the knees, or partly cover the knees, leaving only the thigh area exposed. fashion accessories no description set arm warmers 1 no description set choker 1 A choker is a necklace, narrow strip of cloth, ribbon, or other object that fits very closely around the neck.

Please see the description of the collar tag for more information on the distinction. earring 3 An earring is a piece of jewellery attached to the ear via a piercing in the earlobe or another external part of the ear except in the case of clip earrings, which clip onto the lobe. hair clip 5 A small metal or plastic clip used to keep the hair in a certain style, or sometimes just for style. hair ribbon 6 Hair ribbons are ribbons used both as hair decorations and as hair ties. hairband 1 A hairband is a flexible plastic or metal band or strip of cloth worn over the top of the head to hold the hair back and maintain a certain hairstyle.

A hairband that includes ribbons or has bows along its length should be also tagged hair ribbon. For a similar band worn across the forehead primarily for athletic purposes, see sweatband.

hairpin 1 no description set hand puppet 1 no description set necklace 1 no description set necktie 2 The necktie or tie is a long piece of cloth worn around the neck or shoulders, resting under the shirt collar and knotted at the throat.

ribbon choker 1 A ribbon choker is a choker created by tying a ribbon on the neck. ribbon on clothes 1 Ribbons on clothes are ribbons that decorate clothing, generally worn by females, and often tied as ribbon bows; these ribbons can be tied on clothing at the wrists, arms, and other parts of the body.

This is contrasted to a body ribbon human or otherwise , which is a ribbon directly on the body, rather than on the clothing. A ribbon can also be tied around the collar of a shirt, blouse, or other clothing top, forming a ribbon tie; that is a specific case which is treated and tagged separately.

ribbon tie 3 A ribbon tie is a ribbon used to tie the collar of a shirt, blouse, or other clothing top. gothic lolita 1 Gothic lolita is a fashion style that combines aspects of the lolita and gothic fashion styles. The style generally uses dark-coloured dresses with inflated knee-length skirts usually in a cupcake shape, plenty of ribbons and lace, Mary Jane shoes, and usually an umbrella or parasol, all influenced by Victorian era fashion and aiming to give a darkly elegant look.

Despite the name, the lolita and gothic lolita fashion styles are not limited to young girls. large breasts 1 Large breasts are breasts a fair notch larger than average, as found in some real life adolescent girls or fully grown women. loli 3 Loli is a short form of the word Lolita, describing sexually precocious young girls. shitapai 1 Shitapai, a combination of the words "shita" under and "oppai" boob , refers to the exposure of the underside of the female breast, a form of inverse cleavage if you will.

It is sometimes referred to as "underboob" in English, displaying nearly identical etymology. small breasts 2 Small breasts flat chested are breasts that would be considered below the average size for real life medium breasts. zettai ryouiki 2 Zettai ryouiki, literally "absolute territory", is an area of exposed skin of a female in the gap between thigh-high or over-the-knee hosiery and a miniskirt, shorts, or on occasion a minidress.

They are commonly used to describe people. asymmetrical twintails 1 A type of hairstyle where the hair is gathered into two "tails" of different lengths on either side of the head, making it look like the hands of a clock. beard 2 A beard is the collection of hair that grows on the chin, upper lip, cheeks, and neck of human beings.

black eyes 2 This character has black eyes. This does not refer to the injury called a black eye black hair 6 The character has black hair. blue eyes 7 This character has blue-colored eyes. blue hair 2 The character has blue hair. braids 2 Braids is a style of hair in which the hair is interweaved into locks. brown eyes 6 The character has brown eyes.

brown hair 4 The character has brown hair. drill hair 2 An easy way to tell if a female character in Japanese media is of high social standing is to not look for a crown or an Ermine Cape, but to look at the front of her head. exposed midriff 5 In fashion, midriff is a term for the human abdomen.

green eyes 2 The character has green eyes. green hair 2 The character has green hair. heterochromatic eyes 1 Heterochromia Iridis is a medical condition, where an individual has at least an eye with more than one colour or two eyes of entirely different colours.

The short sidelocks "hime locks" can be accompanied by longer sidelocks behind the hime locks, and still qualify the hairstyle as a hime cut. The defining feature is the layered or "staircase" look that is formed with the bangs and the short hime locks. If the sidelocks are not distinct, it is likely a bob cut. long hair 10 Long hair is hair from but not including shoulder-length, up to but not including waist length hair. periorbital dark circles 1 Dark blemishes around the eyes.

ponytail 4 A ponytail is a hairstyle in which most or all of the hair on the head is gathered and secured at the back of the head with a hair tie, clip or similar device, and allowed to hang freely from that point. red eyes 2 This character has red eyes. red hair 1 The character has red hair. short hair 7 Short hair is hair from but not including bald, up to but not including shoulder-length hair.

side ponytail 2 A side ponytail is a ponytail which is worn tied up and secured to project from the left or right side of the head, rather than from the rear side of the head. sidelocks 1 Sidelocks are long locks of hair that come down the side of the face, passing in front of the ears.

twintails 3 Twintails are type of hairstyle where the hair is gathered into two "tails" on either side of the head. very long hair 5 Very long hair is hair from and including waist-length hair or longer. white hair 3 The character has pure white hair. yellow eyes 1 This character has yellow eyes. yellow hair 9 The character has yellow hair. idol 1 Idols are young media personalities who are considered particularly cute and cuddly and who will, for a period ranging from several months to a few years, regularly appear in the mass media, e.

as singers for J-pop groups, bit-part actors, TV personalities, models in photo spreads published in magazines, advertisements, etc. Virtual idols are animated characters created as idols.

stalker 1 Is someone who engages in stalking. student 9 A student or pupil is a learner, or someone who attends an educational institution.

teacher 1 A teacher is a person who helps people to learn. vessel captain 1 A vessel captain is the officer in charge of commanding it. This applies to civilian vessels, such as merchant ships and airliners, and to military vessels.

They may not necessarily be the seniormost officer aboard; for example, admirals are generally not the captains of their own flagships. Captains of military vessels do not necessarily hold the exact military rank of captain, when such a rank exists. traits Traits are characteristics, habits, or trends that can be associated to and may be used to identify individuals. adolescent 5 An adolescent teenager is 13 to 19 years old. androphobia 1 Androphobia is an abnormal fear of males.

It is entirely different from and should not be confused with misandry, which is the hatred or profound dislike of males. bisexual 1 This character loves to play for both leagues, doubling the fun. calm 1 Free from excitement or passion. cat lover 1 The character has an unusual admiration or affection towards cats.

In most cases sufferers attribute supernatural abilities to themselves. clumsy 2 A clumsy person is one lacking in coordination, and as such prone to often having accidents such as tripping, bumping into objects, or dropping things. competitive 2 no description set cruel 1 Extremely unkind and unpleasant and causing pain to people or animals intentionally.

dandere 1 A dandere is a character archetype that entails someone being quiet which is usually associated with shyness. Not to be confused with kuudere which is a cool person that becomes lovey dovey. They are very similar in appearance and possibly behavior, but their underlying character reasoning is different. Being silent for the sake of being silent vs being cool. emotionally stunted 1 An emotionally stunted person has a crippled ability to feel or express emotions.

energetic 2 An energetic character, often also called a genki character, shows great, often excessive levels of activity or vitality, and seems to always be doing everything extra fast.

immortality 1 Immortality is the ability to live for an infinite or inconceivably vast length of time. kind 3 Having or showing a friendly, generous, and considerate nature.

kuudere 1 A kuudere may be cold and harsh at first glance, appearing unemotional and practical, but this is just a facade that protects their innermost, tender, delicate feelings. Not to be confused with dandere which is someone being quiet for its own sake, usually associated with shyness. loyal 1 Character remains firm in friendship or support for a person or thing. multiple personality disorder 1 Multiple personality disorder is a psychiatric diagnosis that describes a condition in which a single person displays multiple distinct identities or personalities known as alter egos or alters , each with its own pattern of perceiving and interacting with the environment.

naive 2 A naive person lacks worldly knowledge, experience, wisdom, understanding, or judgement. overeater 2 A character who quite often is anything but fat eats enough for an entire football team, usually devastating the whole table — and perhaps entire restaurants — with their insatiable hunger. perceptive 1 no description set persistent 1 Someone is persistent when they hold firmly or even obstinately to an opinion or course of action in spite of repeated difficulties or opposition.

Some degree of persistence can be a quality and a useful asset, so as to not give up at the first difficulty; however, too much of it can be annoying to others at little or no actual advantage to oneself, as it leads one to continue in a doomed path despite better judgment. perverted 1 Is a concept describing those types of human behavior that are excessive or deviated from what is considered to be orthodox or normal.

pettanko 1 Pettanko refers to a female character that places a great deal of importance on the fact that she is flat chested.

It does not refer to characters that merely happen to be flat chested, but do not make any importance of this fact. The character may be extremely proud of the fact that she is flat chested, or extremely embarrassed of the fact. protection complex 1 A character has a protection complex if the character is overly protective of other characters, beyond what would be considered a "normal" or "expected" duty of care.

scantily clad 2 General term used to describe very revealing clothing. shameless 1 A shameless person feels no shame, guilt, or remorse over taking actions generally considered morally wrong or improper, such as walking around naked in public. slutty 1 A slutty person is someone whose sexual morals are seen as loose or resembling those of a prostitute.

This is commonly associated with being promiscuous, i. indiscriminate in the choice of sexual partners, but may also refer to being more sexually provocative than would normally be considered acceptable.

stoic 1 A stoic person can endure pain or hardship without showing their feelings or complaining. sweet tooth 1 A sweet tooth is a liking or weakness for sweet food. tsundere 1 A character type usually female , who is often easily agitated or combative, but other times is quite kind and caring, especially in situations involving a person they are knowingly or unknowingly attracted towards. yandere 1 A character trait involving a personality initially loving and gentle that becomes psychotic or deranged, often brutally so.

See also yangire, a sibling trait to the yandere. young adult 1 Someone is generally considered a young adult if they are between 20 to 40 years old. recommended by 4 users - 4 for fans. for fans. by aidschbe on Ranked: 2 2 based on the top anime page. Official Site , AnimeDB , AnimeNewsNetwork , Wikipedia.

Ranked Popularity Members , Winter TV J. More videos. More Videos. Episode 12 Episode 11 Episode 10 Episode 9. Visit MALxJapan. More characters. More staff. Edit Opening Theme. Edit Ending Theme. More reviews Reviews. Not Recommended. Why is it so damn hard to make a proper harem sequel these days?

Date a Live needs no introduction as the franchise had established its principle cast from the previous seasons. All we need really is some well-crafted storytelling with clever humor and this could have been a redemption of the catastrophe known as Date a Live season 2. I only advise watching Date a Live Season III if you are absolutely curious about the continuation of this franchise. a watchable experience.

Even before this aired, some red flags are raised regarding the technical elements of the show. The production quality from the previews seems to have taken a nose dive to hell. While the first episode made improvements compared to the online pre-air, the visual quality overall is at best be described as subpar.

At worst, the third season would be a fine example of a plastic broken art piece. However, I am willing to look over this since Date a Live has never been known for its art style. Date a Live III returns with the familiar formula of main protagonist Shido Itsuka as he helps to seal Spirits into his body with a kiss.

The new season introduces Natsumi, the seventh spirit who actually has two forms — a child and young adult. The first few episodes has her play mind games against Shido and his friends. However, I felt like the first arc became more and more idiotic with each passing episode.

Except in her case, she's an annoying little bitch. Then, the second half of the show aired. Oh yes, remember Origami? However, we see a side of Origami that people may not be used to. From this season, she shows a corrupted side of her character. She forsakes her friends while even attacking Shido as an enemy. Regardless what timeline she is in, Origami exposes the weakness of the main cast as a character who relies on others too much. In particular, Shido is someone she confides her emotions in although I never felt the two had a strong connection.

Even compared to relationships with others like Tohka, she always felt like a background character. The main cast returns with their mainstream personalities. The amount of witty dialogues and humor remains in the show that occasionally can draw out a few laughs. But be aware, you may quickly find most of it to be a snoozefest. If the third season really wanted to redeem itself, it could have taken risks to try something different.

Instead, it still relied on its usual gimmicks while focusing on a character that I never put faith into. Because really, I wanted Date a Live to be something more special. Instead, it came out as a garbage harem that can be best described as atrocious. Nice 0. Love it 0. Funny 0. Confusing 0. Informative 0. Well-written 0. Creative 0. More reviews by Stark Read more. Show less. So when I first heard about the series getting a third season, I was quite elated, to say the least.

However, not too long after, I received the unsettling news of the original studio that handled the previous two seasons and the OVAs, Production IMS, undergoing bankruptcy and shutting down permanently, and thus the project was handed off to JC Unfortunately, the issues befalling the studio have started to become more apparent in the season of Fall , especially during the production of the third season of Toaru Majutsu No Index.

In the process, those Spirits become his best friends and allies and also part of the self-inserted harem. The premises of the show are quite generic but not necessarily bad at all, especially with how the previous seasons depicted certain scenes and moments as fleeting moments of emotion and beauty. However, this was absolutely not the case here with Season 3. While I try to handle animation quality and story quality separately, this is one of those cases where both seem linked to each other in a bad way.

So when the animation quality dropped, so did the course and depiction of the storyline. The immediate problem I already have is how certain scenes shift so suddenly and without a proper sort of siegeway between them. Because of the entire lack of buildup between events and arcs, the scenes that are supposed to be the important chunks of the story…..

just feel abstract and soulless. There is no sense of anything emotionally invested at all, not even with the most important arc of the season, the Tobiichi Origami arc. For one particular example, during the Origami Arc, Shido, having travelled back to the past to try to undo the changing of history, seemingly dies in the act of protecting a younger Origami; however, the very next scene shows him alive and well in a brand new timeline.

Additionally, the rest of the Spirits somehow regain their memories from the old timeline without much consequence. The fact that the arc relied on an often mishandled plot element known as time travel can stir up unwarranted plot devices like that. The main focus here are the two characters with the two primary arcs: Natsumi and Origami.

She is extremely childish, and is extremely self-loathing of her original petite form. She perceives everything in a negative light, including herself. Another spatial quake warning sends him out to a ruined amusement park to meet the newest Spirit, the green-haired Natsume, who dresses like a witch and uses magical powers to render AST attackers comically ineffective.

Although things go well at first, he inadvertently offends her, and her retribution comes by pretending to be him and trying to ruin his reputation at school. When that effort ultimately gets thwarted by Origami and Tohka, she resorts to a much more involved plan that could result in one of the people around him disappearing. Currently you are able to watch "Date a Live - Season 3" streaming on Crunchyroll or for free with ads on Crunchyroll, VRV. It is also possible to buy "Date a Live - Season 3" as download on Apple iTunes, Amazon Video, Google Play Movies, Microsoft Store.

Home New Popular Watchlist Sports. Sign In. Date a Live - Season 3 Watch Now. Filters Best Price. Streaming in: 🇺🇸 United States. S3 E1 - The Seventh Spirit. S3 E2 - Can You Find Me? S3 E3 - You're Natsumi.

Shidou Itsuka carries on with his quest for Ratatoskr in finding Spirits and trying to seal their powers, all while maintaining his relationships with the ones he had already sealed. Moreover, as new Spirits appear, he must undergo more complicated trials—all to put a stop to further disasters as he discovers more about the Spirits' origin. read more. Apr 5, AM by ImperfectBlue Discuss 0 comments.

Fourth 'Date A Live' Anime Season Announced. Kadokawa opened an official website for a fourth anime season for Koushi Tachibana's Date A Live light novel series on Sunday. The new season will air under th Mar 16, AM by Vindstot Discuss 46 comments. Hide Ads Login Sign Up. All Anime Manga Characters People Companies Manga Store News Featured Articles Forum Clubs Users.

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Add to My List. Add to Favorites. Synonyms: Date A Live 3, Date A Live 3rd Season, DAL 3. English: Date A Live III. Type: TV. Premiered: Winter Producers: Nippon Columbia , Kadokawa. Licensors: Funimation. Studios: J. Genres: Comedy Comedy , Romance Romance , Sci-Fi Sci-Fi.

Themes: Harem Harem , Mecha Mecha , School School. Score: 7. Ranked: 2 2 based on the top anime page. Official Site , AnimeDB , AnimeNewsNetwork , Wikipedia.

Ranked Popularity Members , Winter TV J. More videos. More Videos. Episode 12 Episode 11 Episode 10 Episode 9. Visit MALxJapan. More characters. More staff. Edit Opening Theme. Edit Ending Theme. More reviews Reviews. Not Recommended. Why is it so damn hard to make a proper harem sequel these days?

Date a Live needs no introduction as the franchise had established its principle cast from the previous seasons. All we need really is some well-crafted storytelling with clever humor and this could have been a redemption of the catastrophe known as Date a Live season 2.

I only advise watching Date a Live Season III if you are absolutely curious about the continuation of this franchise. a watchable experience.

Even before this aired, some red flags are raised regarding the technical elements of the show. The production quality from the previews seems to have taken a nose dive to hell. While the first episode made improvements compared to the online pre-air, the visual quality overall is at best be described as subpar.

At worst, the third season would be a fine example of a plastic broken art piece. However, I am willing to look over this since Date a Live has never been known for its art style. Date a Live III returns with the familiar formula of main protagonist Shido Itsuka as he helps to seal Spirits into his body with a kiss.

The new season introduces Natsumi, the seventh spirit who actually has two forms — a child and young adult. The first few episodes has her play mind games against Shido and his friends. However, I felt like the first arc became more and more idiotic with each passing episode. Except in her case, she's an annoying little bitch. Then, the second half of the show aired. Oh yes, remember Origami?

However, we see a side of Origami that people may not be used to. From this season, she shows a corrupted side of her character.

She forsakes her friends while even attacking Shido as an enemy. Regardless what timeline she is in, Origami exposes the weakness of the main cast as a character who relies on others too much. In particular, Shido is someone she confides her emotions in although I never felt the two had a strong connection. Even compared to relationships with others like Tohka, she always felt like a background character.

The main cast returns with their mainstream personalities. The amount of witty dialogues and humor remains in the show that occasionally can draw out a few laughs.

But be aware, you may quickly find most of it to be a snoozefest. If the third season really wanted to redeem itself, it could have taken risks to try something different.

Instead, it still relied on its usual gimmicks while focusing on a character that I never put faith into. Because really, I wanted Date a Live to be something more special. Instead, it came out as a garbage harem that can be best described as atrocious.

Nice 0. Love it 0. Funny 0. Confusing 0. Informative 0. Well-written 0. Creative 0. More reviews by Stark Read more. Show less. So when I first heard about the series getting a third season, I was quite elated, to say the least. However, not too long after, I received the unsettling news of the original studio that handled the previous two seasons and the OVAs, Production IMS, undergoing bankruptcy and shutting down permanently, and thus the project was handed off to JC Unfortunately, the issues befalling the studio have started to become more apparent in the season of Fall , especially during the production of the third season of Toaru Majutsu No Index.

In the process, those Spirits become his best friends and allies and also part of the self-inserted harem. The premises of the show are quite generic but not necessarily bad at all, especially with how the previous seasons depicted certain scenes and moments as fleeting moments of emotion and beauty.

However, this was absolutely not the case here with Season 3. While I try to handle animation quality and story quality separately, this is one of those cases where both seem linked to each other in a bad way.

So when the animation quality dropped, so did the course and depiction of the storyline. The immediate problem I already have is how certain scenes shift so suddenly and without a proper sort of siegeway between them. Because of the entire lack of buildup between events and arcs, the scenes that are supposed to be the important chunks of the story…..

just feel abstract and soulless. There is no sense of anything emotionally invested at all, not even with the most important arc of the season, the Tobiichi Origami arc. For one particular example, during the Origami Arc, Shido, having travelled back to the past to try to undo the changing of history, seemingly dies in the act of protecting a younger Origami; however, the very next scene shows him alive and well in a brand new timeline.

Additionally, the rest of the Spirits somehow regain their memories from the old timeline without much consequence. The fact that the arc relied on an often mishandled plot element known as time travel can stir up unwarranted plot devices like that. The main focus here are the two characters with the two primary arcs: Natsumi and Origami. She is extremely childish, and is extremely self-loathing of her original petite form.

She perceives everything in a negative light, including herself. Unwilling to accept this feeling of worthlessness, she took on a more physically mature-looking form to perceive herself as the perfect image of what she wanted to be.

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 · Official Title: en verified Date a Live III: Official Title: ja デート・ア・ライブIII: Type: TV Series, 12 episodes Year: until Season: Winter / Tags: Watch and stream subbed and dubbed episodes of Date a Live online on Anime-Planet. Legal and free through industry partnerships. Anime. Anime season charts; Watch anime online Watch Date a Live Episode 3 Online at Anime-Planet. With the support of Ratatoskr, Shido goes on a date with Tohka as Origami watches from afar ... read more

They are often worn during athletic activities or as casual wear during warmer weather. She perceives everything in a negative light, including herself. just feel abstract and soulless. naive 2 A naive person lacks worldly knowledge, experience, wisdom, understanding, or judgement. knee boots 1 Kneehigh boots are boots that rise up to, but not including, the knee, or slightly thereunder; they leave the knee exposed. voiced by: Gorgeous.

Tobiichi, Origami Main, date a live 3 anime online. Kusakabe Ryouko. female, school uniform A type of uniform worn in Japanese schools called "seifuku" in Japanesegenerally high school age or younger. Last Promise S3 E4 - Transformation. Date a Live needs no introduction as the franchise had established its principle cast from the previous seasons. in

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