Saturdays, on Tokyo MX

30 minutes

The series is set in a utopia generated through Mana. It focuses on first princess of the Misurugi Empire, Angelise Ikaruga Misurugi. She was celebrated by the people of the empire, and was supposed to wear the crown. However, the shocking truth is that she is a Norma: an irregular existence that cannot use Mana, and are treated as heretics and as "things" rather than people. She is exiled to a remote island where she instead meets a group of Norma girls who know nothing but battle. The girls spend their days riding humanoid robot weapons called "Para-mail" hunting giant DRAGONs that have come from another dimension to invade.
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fast paced action, huge plot twists and very sexual natured characters. Ange as the protagonist changes the world with her unwilling fire and the help of her sisters in arms who also like to have a lot of sex with each other. However there is a lot of fighting with machines vs dragons and machines vs machines. Lots of great quality drawn anime and well thought out fights. Finally the plot of the whole story isn't revealed till the last episodes and it makes everything make sense when finished. All the surprises and the underlying stories are completed once finished and makes this series go out with a bang.

fast paced action, huge plot twists and very sexual natured characters. Ange as the protagonist changes the world with her unwilling fire and the help of her sisters in arms who also like to have a lot of sex with each other. However there is a lot of fighting with machines vs dragons and machines vs machines. Lots of great quality drawn anime and well thought out fights. Finally the plot of the whole story isn't revealed till the last episodes and it makes everything make sense when finished. All the surprises and the underlying stories are completed once finished and makes this series go out with a bang.