Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? III
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ダンジョンに出会いを求めるのは間違っているだろうかIII
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Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? 3 (DanMachi 3rd Season) (Dungeon ni Deai wo Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru Darou ka III, ダンジョンに出会いを求めるのは間違っているだろうかIII)…Bell Cranel goes to a festival in the city where he enters a contest to pick up a legendary spear. Pretty soon, he embarks on a quest with the Goddess of the Hunt, to eliminate an ancient threat that lurks outside the city.

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Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? III

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Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? Storyline:

Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? Season 3 is about In the fictional town of Orario, the story takes place when gods all came down looking for excitement, limiting their divine powers to perceive and experience the hardships that thrive on the lower world.
Offering mortals to battle monsters in an underground maze known as the Dungeon.

Adventurers visit the dungeon to defeat monsters and take their crystal shards, which are used, among other treasures, to craft magic items; but they can also be exchanged for the currency of the world. The Orario people join groups called Familia,

They serve a variety of functions, from crawling dungeons to crafting items. Each family is named after a resident deity and serves that deity. The adventurers are grouped into levels in a fashion similar to role-playing games, Increase their levels and skills according to their accomplishments.

Opening Theme of Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? S3:

“Over and Over” by Yuka Iguchi

Ending Theme of Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? S3:

“Evergreen” by sajou no Hana

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Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? S3 Characters

Main characters from anime Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? S3:

    • Bell Cranel
    • Hestia
    • Ais Wallenstein
    • Anya Flomer
    • Eina Tulle
    • Freya
    • Hephaistos
    • Liliruca Arde
    • Loki

Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? characters brief review:

The only member of the Hestia Family is the 14-year-old Bell Cranel (voice of Bryson Baugus), so he goes on solo expeditions.He’s rescued by Ais Wallenstein (Shelley Calene-Black), the redoubtable Sword Princess, when he’s attacked by a minotaur way too powerful for him to even question.*

While he’s hit with the blonde heroine instantly, she’s too much above him socially for a relationship to seem something other than a rather attractive dream. And Bell’s got to deal with Hestia (Luci Christian), the goddess, the nubile brunette who’s dotting him. She also convinces the powerful goddess Hephaestos (Stephanie Wittles), the “Lord of the Forge,” to make him the magical “Hestia Knife” that allows him to send ever more powerful enemies and ramp his levels up.

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Like the heroes of many harem comedies, Bell appears unimpressive at first: “Little Rookie” and “Vorpal Rabbit” (a reference to “Jabberwocky” by Lewis Carroll) are his nicknames.

But he’s a perfectly good man, like Tenchi Masaki in Tenchi Muyo: kind, well-intentioned, hard-working, and loyal. And his unassuming manner conceals a lofty yet secret ancestry, like Tenchi.

As she always seems in danger of jiggling out of her thin move, the adoring Hestia offers the fan service moments. Like a Band-Aid, she clings to Bell and likes to lie next to him no hanky-panky).

Freya (Patricia Duran) understands and needs to gain Bell’s future powers. As soon as she sees him, Elfin waitress Ryu Lion (Genevieve Simmons) falls for Bell. He encounters more people and unknowingly wins more hearts as Bell stumbles through Orario and delves deeper into the Dungeon.

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1. Review Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? S3:
Dec 18, 2020
xamantra (All reviews)
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Enjoyment: 8/10
Story: 4.5/6
Visuals: 4/6
Characters: 4/5
Music: 2/3
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Overall: 7.50
———————–I really do think that Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? is an above-average anime in the action magic-fantasy genre. The story isn’t bad at all. This season is the typical DanMachi and lives up to the franchise’s overall quality. The art and animation are consistent with previous seasons. I get to see the usual foolish and reckless Bell-kun, cheerful Hestia-sama, and the supportive familia members. And lastly, there’s a new character here. A monster-girl that has human-like thinking and personality.

That’s the main plot of this season. I like how Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? keeps improving every season. Some people seem to hate this show because of Hestia alone. But I think those people are now very happy with the 3rd season because Hestia didn’t get much screen time and she’s not that clingy with bell anymore.

The conflict between “Xenos” is really interesting to me. A lot of characters and families were involved in both during the fights. Personally, I think co-existence with Xenos and humans is possible and I definitely agree with how Ouranos handles the situation. Hermes as usual is the neutral god who wants to maintain balance and never hesitates to play the pseudo-villain role to resolve the conflict. The general idea is that “Monsters vs Bell vs Adventurers” while the gods are also fighting against each other in the background.

If you’re also thinking about romance. NO, it’s non-existent in this season. Bell apparently is not that horny at this time. He’s too focused on the conflict with Xenos. But the final frames of the last episode were Bell and Ais talking in that bridge but the conversation is pretty normal. Nothing to worry about.

Finally, I think how the last episode wraps everything up is a bit weak. The last fight has good action but it feels a bit lacking and not edgy enough to be the last episode. The build-up was really good though especially in episode 8. I think it was the best episode for me. And the last 4 episodes were also able to keep up with it. I’ll explain in the spoiler section below…

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In episode 8, Weine died in front of Bell. I really felt so sad during that moment. Because one of the main motivations of Bell is to protect Weine so if she died, everything was all for nothing. But a few seconds after, Fels suddenly appeared and starts chanting a quite long spell and Weine revived. Yes, Fels finally succeeded on the resurrection spell.

It doesn’t stop there. There’s also Ais who doesn’t agree with Bell protecting the Xenos. In episode 11 they had a confrontation. Ais said that she has sharp claws and wings that make humans terrified. So, Weine purposely tore her wings and fingers apart and bled a lot. She didn’t die but she was actually ready for it. Ais then realizes. She said that she can no longer kill Weine and let Bell run away.

These two ^ are the best parts of this season for me.
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2. Review Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? S3:
Dec 18, 2020
AstralBread (All reviews)
Did you know that the real translation of “Dungeon ni Deai wo Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru Darou ka” into English is “Is It Wrong to Seek Encounters in a Dungeon?” – “encounter” being the random encounter mechanic from the classic JRPGs like Final Fantasy. If you “seek” random encounters, you probably are deliberately grinding XP to get ahead, but you’re also risking to overexert yourself or run into something you can’t deal with.

I.e. that is a meaningful question without one right answer, the risk versus reward deal. And then there is a double entendre on top of that, “encounter” can be a “rendezvous” with a girl – be it a Sword Princess or a blue dragon loli. This is just one example of this series having more substance than meets the eye, as Danmachi, for all of its mainstream popularity, still happens to be a pleb filter anime that your average wannabe connoisseur of arts is too low-IQ to like (while simultaneously believing in the opposite).

Season One was a straightforward generic isekai, being distinguished only by the high quality of execution. Since I can hear autistic screeching all the way from here, do note that “isekai” as an anime genre name means action-adventure fantasy with JRPG mechanics, or even more precisely, the “SAO clone”

(the same way “first-person shooter” is the “Doom clone” genre). Any arguments to the contrary, particularly the ones based on the semantics of the words “another world” (which is NOT how “isekai” translates from Japanese) are an exercise in mental deficiency.

Anyway, the “depth” (quotes to emphasize the fact that many people that like using this word as a praise of anime shows they like wouldn’t recognize depth if it bit their ass and held on) of Season One of Danmachi comes from the fact that it took the building blocks of SAO and treated them as speculative fiction.
The MC is overpowered and wins every fight. The MC has a harem. JRPG mechanics are a thing. That’s our baseline. Instead of using these elements mindlessly, or attempting to reject/subvert them, the story tasked itself with building a world where they make logical sense. E.g. the MC is swarmed by women because he is physically attractive, has a pleasant personality, and is a famous prodigy (“bElL iS gEnErIc sELf-iNseRt” – a low-intelligence wannabe critic).

Add on top of that Greek Mythology, core ideas of which (the inevitability of fate; a hero’s place in the world; gods walking among men; etc) the author has managed to capture on a level that flies over the head of 99% of the audience – and you get the objectively best non-comedic isekai there is.

Meanwhile, Season Two tries to mix things up, managing to check a lot of boxes on a midwit’s list of things that make an anime series bad in the process. A dip in production values (especially the action sequences). Huge chunks of the source material content didn’t make it into the adaptation.

A story that actually tried to expand its horizons beyond the standard isekai template and do something original and thought-provoking (Ishtar’s “what’s wrong with being a whore” monologue in its 20 seconds has more “depth” than an entire 3×3 of an average pseud) instead of staying in its comfort zone and spinning the wheels – and as every midwit knows, “a show that confuses me by doing something I don’t understand is stupid and bad.”
In short, Season Two was better than Season One in concept but worse in execution (even if the pleb opinion would make you believe it’s the worst thing since cancer).All this long introduction was necessary so that I could keep my actual Season Three review short – Season Three is peak Danmachi experience as it combines all the strongest aspects of the first two seasons.

More amazing action sequences on the level of Bell vs Minotaur fight – it’s not just that action sequences look good, it’s that they’re episode-spanning and tell a story instead of interrupting (or being interrupted by) a story.
More speculative fiction goodness (a comically evil mustache-twirling antagonist is driven to be comically evil by his hereditary magic schizophrenia).

More godly shenanigans continuing from Season Two – Yato’s Evil Twin (aka Ikelos) is my favorite new character by far, because he’s here to spell out loud what other gods like Hermes, Loki, or Freya are trying to hide under their facades and platitudes – that the gods are there to play The Sims IRL, nothing more, nothing less.

More exploration and expansion of the story’s core themes – Wiene’s arc, which spans the entire season, is like Haruhime’s arc on steroids. What does it mean to be a hero? Sure, you want to protect the weak, but who exactly fits the definition of “the weak” here? How are you going to do “the right thing” if you can’t even tell what it is?
How about when your close friends consider the right thing to be the opposite of what you think is right and go against you? These aren’t the questions you answer with just doing your best and trying really hard – Punished Bell has to do some serious soul searching.

The direction is as good as in Season One. I’ve seen too much anime for my own good during my lifetime. Too often I find myself watching a show that I can recognize as objectively well-made – but still struggling to finish an episode in one sitting because I kinda know what it is doing at every moment.

DanMachi III is in the minority of shows that kept me engaged from start to finish and actually looking forward to new episodes – because new and interesting stuff just keeps happening. This is literally what it means for a series to be well-directed.

9/10 for a top-shelf action-adventure series.

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