The Ambition of Oda Nobuna

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4.6
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  • I couldn't stick with it
    Honestly this is just a strange show to me.

    It starts off very suddenly with little information given to the viewer and the MC apparently has a perfect memory of minor and major historical japanese events.

    The story is a standard conquest but the genre felt like it kept changing.
    I only got to the 8th episode before I shelved it because it felt like I was forcing myself to finish it out of ...
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  • Oda Nobuna as experienced by Jimbo
    Is it revolutionary? No
    Does it have to be? Also no
    Your classic Isekai plus some revisionist history and you've got yourself an anime.
    If you're an anime veteran then this may hold little for you but to someone dipping their feet, it's a good place to start.
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  • #323. Historical harem.
    Yoshiharu Sagara find himself in another world, except unlike most isekai, where our protagonists most brave the harsh elements of a fantasy world, Yoshiharu finds himself in the Sengoku (civil war) period of Japan. Not only that, but he is currently in the middle of an open field battle, thankfully saved by Hideyoshi Toyotomi, one of the legendary great unifiers of Japan! However, saving ...
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  • One of the best anime by far
    If your looking for comedy romance action I highly recommend this anime the only thing is still no second season which I really hope that they bring it.
    It's going to show you epic battles and really funny character with romance.
    I have watched it four times already its really good!
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  • Fun to watch and very entertaining
    Very entertaining and fun to watch. The Main carector come from future and changes the past. Most of the male warriors are females. It's got no fillers. It's like history being told again. But male generals are replaced by female general. Oda also becomes a girl
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  • The Truth about The Ambition of Oda Nobuna
    I know it must be hard to believe other people when they say things like "anime is great without fan service" or "anime is great without harem or a pervert romantic story or action story" well i'm someone you can trust, The Ambition of Oda Nobuna is a amazing anime the way it is! I have watched this anime so many times and yet I cant help myself but cry during the sad scenes and be happy during ...
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    Amazing harem/drama/Isekkai-before-it-was-cool
    I came into this series not expecting much.
    From the first episode, it set itself up as a typical harem-themed anime using the Isekai concept to place a modern gamer-type guy in another world - an alternate history of Japan where key historical figures are beautiful women and magic exists. But even more surprising is that this anime aired back in 2012, so it actually pre-dates all those popular ...
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  • 1 out of 4 people found this review helpful:
    This is why I Can't tell People I Watch Anime
    The plot is beyond bizarre, I really don't care to even attempt at following it. Having loli characters should already put the series as a blacklist. Why am I living in a generation with people turning a historical figure into a blonde underaged girl, what did I do to deserve this?
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  • Wasn't a bad show...
    I enjoyed this show. It is always fun seeing how animators use historical characters. Bit disappointed that Nobuna was a bit of a let down though. I was expecting a lot more from her as the big, bad general. She didn't get a real chance to shine.
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    An amusing spin on Sengoku jidai themes
    This show is a fairly weird play on historical themes - a gamer, fanatic of a game about Oda Nobunaga, is transported to an alternate Sengoku era where Nobunaga and many other crucial warlords of the time are women. Using his knowledge, he helps Nobuna, the female version of Nobunaga realize her vision for united Japan while also avoiding actions that led Nobunaga to be a merciless, cold ruler and ...
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