Gabriel DropOut Episode 1: The Day I Knew I Could Never Go Back [First Impression]

Vantage

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  1. Omg i died when only her panties teleported and you could see the guys on class praying to them

    • Vantage says:

      I wonder what happened to them. Maybe Vigne brought them back for her. And why did her spell even fail, wasn’t she supposed to have graduated at the top of her class?

      For me the best scene was when Satania went from her evil triumphant laughter to sniffling and crying outside the classroom with those two buckets in her hands.

      • Wanderer says:

        We actually don’t know why the spell failed, but we can make guesses. Her sloppiness could easily have infected every aspect of her personality, and she is no longer capable of devoting the proper degree of concentration and dilligence required to get an angelic spell correct. She could be filled with worldly desires, and thus the spell doesn’t recognize her as an angel, and won’t let her use it. The author could have just decided it was funny.

        And yes, Vigne brought her panties back, although at that point Gab did not want them any more.

        Vigne is my favorite of the characters. She is such a good girl.

        • Vantage says:

          I like the idea that she’s now too sloppy to successfully perform spells. Another reason could be that it’ll never work if it results in her being seen by the humans in the classroom (as cautioned by her teacher at angel school) although why that would result in only her panties teleporting is beyond me. Probably the funniest outcome, as you say.

          All of them are my favourite! And by that I mean one hasn’t pulled ahead of the others for me yet. Guess it depends on what you’re into, too. Gab if you want someone to take care of, Vigne if you want someone responsible to depend on, Satania if you’re an S, and Raphi if you’re an M.

  2. bedmonds says:

    I’m getting some “Hataraku Maou-sama!” vibes here…and that’s not a bad thing. I thought that show was a lot of fun, so I hope this series will be equally entertaining.

    • Vantage says:

      Yup! Both Maou-sama and Umaru were great, and this reminds me of both of those.

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