Zero no Tsukaima 2 started airing on July 8 2007, and via Haitian black voodoo magic together with a level 5 spell, I have managed to obtain a copy of it. Don’t know how many of you all have watched the first season, but I enjoyed it very very much. A year after it’s first season’s airing date, it is back again, loli-er, bigger and better!
In order not to spoil the first episode for those who have yet to watch it, I shall present my very own version of the first episode ^^: But before that, let’s have some Louise fanservice shall we?
<May contain some spoilers>
Now for episode 1 of Zero no Tsukaima 2 – Windbell Style!
Louise gives Saito a pair of glasses, for which he has to try to charm girls without it getting activated.
Saito tries to charm Siesta, by asking her silly questions like her blood type which somehow leads to a pair of pantsu flying out.
Unfortunately for him, Siesta’s ultra big eyes repels the charming effect, which leads to Saito getting it activated.
Saito has zero charm level. ^^; Absolutely zero charm level.
He then tries to charm Montmorency but fails to do so due to her rather short skirt and upskirt shot Saito’s getting.
Which leads to many explosive treatments from Louise, his master.
Saito meets Henrietta later in the afternoon and with some kind of voodoo magic, manages to charm Henrietta ^^;
She reveals that Saito’s mark is the key in charming girls and that he has to learn how to use it well.
Louise, realizing she has been defeated, starts crying..
But not before long, she starts to whip Saito for managing to charm Henrietta. She hates to admit defeat.
And Saito continues to get tortune till the next morning…
Episode 1 – Windbell Style Ends.
Anyway, the first episode of Zero no Tsukaima is pretty hilarious and has a new plot in it, which I shall not reveal lest spoilers for those who haven’t watched it.
For those who have yet to catch the first season (What have you been doing?!), do check the internets for it, I think it’s still available somewhere.
I can’t wait for the second episode!
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