>Fall for Saber.
>Fucking loved R7's Uesugi Kenshin.
>Meiya best MuvLuv.
>Love playing a knightess in M&B.
>Start playing Majikoi, clear Yukie first.
Im often not even conscious of it, it's like a curse. But yeah, I love knightess/femsamurai type characters, even better if they act/speak in an old fashioned way.
I secretly wish for an anime about highschool girls making an HEMA club, sparring, learning/teaching, participating in competitions and shit.
Purple is my way of life.
To answer your question, yes I do, but only her though.
Have you played AoiShiro? Many of the girls in it use swords and one of them looks like the archetypal swordswoman.
melee are among my favorite kind of women
Yukie is absolutely based
I guess checking it won't hurt, thanks for the suggestion anon.
>mfw Matsukaze talks during her sex scene.
yukie was love. And the best route
Only if they're beautiful and come bearing meat
The MC of AoiShiro can be pretty manly. E.g. at one point an enemy tries to decapitate her and she decides to block his sword with her arm, reasoning that she can keep on fighting with her other arm.
Fuck yeah I do.
Aren't ladyknights just a subtype of swordswomen?
>He wants to win
>He doesn't want a strong girl that protects his smile
Superior bladegirl comin through
Swords are considered a more refined weapon though, as they have traditionally been seen as the weapon of royalty and nobility. (Which makes sense since they require much more metal to construct compared to spears and other similar weapons, making them much more expensive and difficult to acquire.)
To tie her hair back in a ponytail.
Sword girls with long ponytails are always the best.
That's Mai's natural hair color though. And I'm pretty sure that the ribbon's color wouldn't rub off on her hair.
actually quite a departure from prequel's mc, who was a klutz and useless except for one thing.
Syouko is more masculine than some of the heroines (e.g. Yasumi or Nami), but actually assumes a more feminine role when paired up with Kaya.
No. As this page demonstrates, untying her hair bow doesn't cause Mai any pain.
Not really a swordswoman but I loved her all the same.
only the sheltered, pure of heart, and noble ones