To The Abandoned Sacred Beasts Review — C

Beasts were genetically engineered to fight a war. Now they’ve gone mad and their old captain has to put them down one by one.

love the premise of the show. And many of the episodes where the lead character goes around killing his old friends and it shows their backstory are great. I love that tragic shit.

The problem comes with the overarching plot. A few episodes in, they introduce the most cartoonish, absurd villains imaginable and some complicated story about how they are conquering other countries to take over the world. I don’t care. Just let me cry about how sad it is that the big strong man has to kill his friend and one day his daughter will have to kill him. I don’t care about these dumbass clowns who want to take over the world.

And no, all the rapey parts with the purple-haired girl were definitely not necessary.

Also, everything about this character is horrible.

Oh, and that stupid plot? It kind of just got started and then the show ended. Why can we never just be content with the nice things we have…?

  • Storytelling – C – Good individual character stories.
  • Voice – B – For the tragic parts, great. For the rest, not so much.
  • Characters – C – Great side characters who keep dying. Godawful villains.
  • Attention Grab – C – I finished it.
  • Production – B – It’s fine.
  • Overall – X

Recommendations – Narutaru, Noein

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