Hundred

Genres: Action, Sci-Fi, Harem, Romance, Ecchi, Mecha, School

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What is it about?

When an extraterrestrial organism known as “Savage” attacks mankind, the only technology capable of combating the enemy is a weapon known as “Hundred.” A survivor of a Savage attack, Hayato Kisaragi is a teenager boasting the highest compatibility level with the aforementioned technology and as a result, is invited to master his skills at Little Garden, a prestigious military academy aboard a battleship.

Over the course of his intense training for the battle ahead, he immediately attracts the interest of multiple female peers and gets drawn into a number of incidents as he tries to fight against the creatures that now inhabit Earth and threaten its safety.

What did I think?

Hundred is the classic action harem anime with a lot of ecchi elements,… and I loved it! It’s not a anime that stands out amongst the other hundreds of action harem anime, but that doesn’t matter. The story works, so there is no reason to chance it.

I just love this kind of stories. It’s fun, it’s suspenseful and it’s the perfect anime to enjoy after a long day of work. The ecchi elements are hilarious to say the least. The plot isn’t too complicated without getting bored. The characters are likeable and reliable.

I know a lot of people would argue that Hundred doesn’t have one ounce of originality in it, and maybe that’s true. But that doesn’t chance the fact that it is a great anime. Definitely worth a watch.

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