Fun fact: “Judar” is not Judar’s real name, but the one given to him by Al Thamen. He does know his real name, though, and it looks like he is a little embarrassed of it ahaha.


OK Judal DID come back with Hakuryuu, Alibaba asks Judal something not sure if he still wants war or something like that and Judal tells him that’s why he hates/he is mean to him (in a Judal way). Morgiana asks Hakuryuu if he knew where Judal was and apparently he found him in his HOME VILLAGE. Judal mentions it was sort of like a homecoming and Alibaba says that’s good for him.

He also mentions something about Judal’s REAL name, saying Judal was a name given to him by Al Thamen (i think he asks about it?) and Judal quickly changes the topic asking for Aladdin. Before Judal entered the room they were making/delivering wedding invitations

anonymous asked:

Yep, MGRP really does go in a different direction to the rest of "Suffering Magical Girls" in its plot, especially in the later novels after the worldbuilding happens. It's actually much closer to Danganronpa than PMMM. Also, the author is actually a big fan of shows like Sailor Moon, believe it or not.

I completely agree.

I couldn’t wait another week to know what will happen so I decided to read the light novels and holy shit does it get fucked up.

I couldn’t stop reading until I finished it completely and omg now that I know what each one will go through I’m afraid of the next episode lmao.

I like how the plot has nothing to do with Madoka or Yuuki Yuuna, this is more about the magical girls rather than the magical girls against some evil force that tricked them.

If the anime keeps being as flawless as it has been so far, we have a new potential anime of the year here.

#Justice4Nemurin tho