HUYS I CAN T FUCIING BREAHTE WHA TH she SHE CAME HOME
SHE CAME HOME !!!!! SHE DMDJDJDJDKDJJJDJJ
GUYS I’M CRYING IM SO HAPPY I CAN’ T BELIVE IT AAAAAA THREE 4* IN ONE DAY AND RINKO !!! RINNSJSJSJSJSJSJNSNSNSNSNSJSNSNSJ
i’m so goddamn happy right now, best girl came home.
Hands down, it's got to be Sayo Hikawa, the eldest of the twins. What I love about her is the development she got from the events she's starred in, and how realistic she is. During the tanabata event, her wanting to bond with Hina after countless rejections really just warmed up my heart. And as for the cooking class event, how she bonds with a Tsugumi and realize how she just needed to "find her voice" created a big message for me.
And who could forget the autumn rain event? That event story was one of the ones that legitimately made me have small tears leak out, with the emotional impact in chapter 5. Even after the tanabata, Sayo still compared herself to Hina, and realized that everything she does her sister would surpass. Where in the end she realizes that she didn't need to be better than Hina, but just simply different and in a real way.
The reason why Sayo is my favorite character is because of how real she is for me, and that she can be a legitimate person in real life (unlike Kokoro.) Sayo's design, costumes, and her personality are also amazing components to her. I'd like to go on more, but it'd just turn into repetitive rambling, aha..
Hello! My name is Scarlett and I’m new here. I first found out about Bandori in an ad Twitter. I downloaded it and I instantly loved it! I’m a fan or Rhythm games and this was my kind. I love Roselia so much. I love their music. My best girls are, Yukina and Rinko. Nice too meet everyone 💕
iTunes not selling the BanDori singles with the instrumentals that come along on the physical release is very specifically Nija-phobia and I will not stand for it LET ME SING PASSIONATE ANTHEM YOU FOOLS--
The origin of PasuPare is arguably one of the most interesting stories in Bandori. From a "Fake Idol Band" that was only created for the aesthetic to an actual and functional Band that has since created numerous catchy songs of their own without having the need to play pretend. It revisits the Idol Anime Story and puts its own twist on how things play out. From ignorant Producers and Staff to Chisato's disillusionment with Japan's entertainment industry (which by itself is far more corrupt than North Korea imho), the story gives the Band a lot more than just being another Idol Group.
The story also provides a catalyst for Roselia's Band story as well as numerous events as Hina's insane guitar skills are made known to the public for the first time.
My favorite part about the whole story is how Chisato went from a disillusioned Idol who has seen things she probably shouldn't have seen to a person who really wants to continue to play with the band. It really makes her a likable character and paves way for even more development later on in certain event stories.
I really enjoyed it and I also loved how S2 of the Bandori anime slightly references PasuPare's first failed concert.