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  • Black Soulstone

    While enjoying Little Witch Academia series (which many regarded as Harry Potter-esque magic school anime), I was stumbled upon a classic franchise called The Worst Witch which, like Harry Potter, takes place at a magic school in Britain and started off as a book series which first volume released around 1970s, making it older than the latter and even Little Witch Academia. Despite not as famous as those two, The Worst Witch attained enough popularity which earned it several adaptations with the latest being eponymous 2017 TV Series.

    Unfortunately, out of the three fantasy franchises, The Worst Witch appeared to be most obscure, so much that many viewed The Worst Witch as nothing but rip-off to both Harry Potter and Little Witch Academia. F…

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  • Black Soulstone

    This is a glossary that I made to help those who still new to Little Witch Academia series:


    • Annabel Crème: The alias shared by multiple writers of Night Fall series who impersonated the original Annabel as well as continue writing the series on her behalf after her passing. The current author is the twelfth person chosen to be latest Annabel.
    • Appleton Academy: A famous school for young men with over one thousand years of history on its name. It is known for its disdain for witches.
    • Arcturus Forest: A forest of ancient legend inhabited by many dangerous magical creatures and plants. It is there where Arcturus Tower, the tower where the Grand Triskellion was sealed by Nine Olde Witches in ancient times, situated at.

    • Big Dipper: An asterism within th…


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  • Black Soulstone

    Perhaps because I greatly love Little Witch Academia series, I at times imagine how the series would looked like if its storyline has different approach instead of the one we know and love. We all know this anime mainly about cute witches (especially Atsuko Kagari who new in magical world) but NO magical girls. In this blog, let us imagine how the franchise would looked like if it has more magical girl elements where Akko, Lotte, Sucy, and even Diana gain the ability to transform into powerful magical superheroines who combat evil akin to magical girls featured in Yuki Yuna is a Hero and Studio TRIGGER's Kill la Kill (though the latter series only featured two actual "magical girls" who happened to be Kamui users; Ryūko Matoi and Satsuki Kiry…

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  • Black Soulstone

    I have watched all episodes of Little Witch Academia so far and I love them, but part that intrigued and depressed me is the truth about Chariot's role in crippling Akko's magic that Akko rendered incapable to fly (which turned out can be reversed). Part of me feels such revelation is not heartbreaking enough. How about something else happened instead which equally depressing? Here's following scenarios which more depressing than inability to fly:


    Akko is revealed to be host of a sentient magic she cherished as childhood friend and guardian angel, but lost it at one point in her life, and her education at Luna Nova is partly to restore her childhood magical friend. When Chariot revealed to have sucked her magic, Akko is greatly depressed th…


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  • Black Soulstone

    Akkoverse: Thrilling and Exciting Journey Across Multiverses is an upcoming OC Story about Akko and Biri Biri's adventures across Multiverse as they and Onmyoji Akko, Akko's alternate counterpart from Onmyoji Dimension who tracking down an ultimate Okuma who sought to acquire powers of alternate Akkos to evolve and destroy Onmyoji Akko.


    A young witch, a young female onmyoji, a girl with futuristic suit, and a white weasel named Biri Biri had a conversation in what appeared to be a futuristic base. The 3 girls had identical face and same age, but not triplets. In fact, they actually same individual that share similar identities, except that each of them came from 3 different alternate universes: The first girl's name is Atsuko Kagari aka. Rag…


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