Tragedy Witches continues in the direction of drama and gratuitous plot twists, seemingly having developed into two separate titles, with the service orientated title now losing out. There is, mercifully, a short segment of Yoshika raep, and general oppai massaging and yuri ofuro antics, but the rest consists of the witches shrieking at each other in what must be intended to be High Drama.
Some will doubtless appreciate the not entirely ham-fisted, though totally clichéd, dramatic direction, but I cannot help but see these elements as little but farce – every serious scene features some kind of pantsu-like thing exposure shot, which in lesser anime would attract a mysterious foreground object or a convenient solar flare.
Who can take their carrying on seriously in light of this? Perhaps if they wore trousers…
The interesting bit then:
Even the aliens (or victims of some freakish experiment in a moral dilemma plot twist for later episodes) sport pseudo-pantsu.
A cliffhanger. Expect more tediously predictable plot twists and dramatic lurches in the direction of military conspiracy anime.
Look for the witches to be subject to a sudden betrayal and have to grapple with higher authorities wanting to turn the series into Mecha Witches. Only Yoshika’s determination and the comradeship of the witches will stop them from being ground up into Spem.