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3.5
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  • 2 out of 2 people found this review helpful:
    Makes you think, but not executed amazingly.
    Personally, the concept of there being a dreamworld that the MC has to go around saving people in is awesome, and the highlights of a bunch of mental illnesses is very good and is great that media isn't shying away from these topics. Although I'm only up to episode 8 I would love to see how the story unfolds, especially with the MC, I've got some theories but not entirely sure about them as the ...
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  • Interesting individual episodes, disappointing overall arc
    I enjoyed watching the show to see different dream worlds and art styles each week. But to me, it almost felt to me like the final episodes and main arc were thrown together last minute to try and serialise a show I didn't think was particularly episodic.
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  • 1 out of 2 people found this review helpful:
    Had potential, but is nothing to write home about.
    Some of the short stories are nice, but the main character is very dull.

    It usually comes down to "girl struggles with issue and wakes up after prince charming saves her".

    The characters are underdeveloped and the main story is kept to the background.

    The animation looks nice though.
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  • Doesn't go anywhere.
    While it's certainly an interesting concept, the story itself is pretty bland. The episodic nature of the show traps the story from being engaging and the art style is lackluster. The MC seem some degree of personality, but it changes every episode and it doesn't really feel like he's a character. Dropped after episode 3 and it's cheap gimmick to induce "feels."
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  • Nice idea, so far so good
    I like the idea of that instead of killing the witch he talked to her. I think he feels the need to help them because in real life they are asleep and most likely have been for a long period of time. I kind of hope to see a male witch so it isn't a man saving a woman because that's a bit too generic. So far so good.

    At first as was a bit annoyed by the fact that the witch was acting so mad and ...
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  • 3 out of 13 people found this review helpful:
    Oh, an anime where awful women need to be saved by a man.
    This is terrible, and not the kind of thing we should get in 2017...

    The basic idea of the show is that a minor slight against a Woman might cause them to turn into a "dreamland" monster who inflicts pain on men. But they just need the "right" man to come and fix them.

    This is basically Mens Rights Activist the Anime.
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