Lainie Cyan character video has The Magical Revolution of the Reincarnated Princess’ girl as sweet and shy as ever

 

The currently airing yuri anime The Magical Revolution of the Reincarnated Princess and the Genius Young Lady is getting rave reviews, with fans loving the characters, the plot and, of course, the girls’ love element.

That is probably why Kadokawa has just released a new Lainie Cyan character video, to remind you about just how adorable these girls are, and just how fun the anime.

The Lainie Cyan character video has the lovely Lainie, who is the daughter of a baron, as shy and sweet and polite as she is in real life.

And just as pretty too.

The Magical Revolution of the Reincarnated Princess and the Genius Young Lady is based on the light novels written by Piero Karasu and illustrated by Yuri Kisaragi.

The anime is being directed by Shingo Tamaki (Aho-Girl), with series composition by Wataru Watari (Parallel World Pharmacy), and character designs from Naomi Ide (Domestic Girlfriend).

Yen Press publishes both the light novel series and its manga spinoff, with three volumes of the novel out and the fourth due to be published in June, and with three volumes of the manga out.

They talk about the plot like this:

Princess Anisphia may not be able to use magic, but she didn’t let that stop her from developing “magicology,” a unique theory based on memories from her past life. While testing out her new flying broom, she happens across Euphyllia, a magical genius, having her engagement unjustly and publicly broken off.

Seeing the tears in Euphyllia’s eyes, Anisphia takes the obvious course of action—kidnapping the girl for herself!

The Magical Revolution of the Reincarnated Princess and the Genius Young Lady is currently streaming via Crunchyroll.

Watch the just-released Lainie Cyan character video below and, if you haven’t yet started watching this utterly cute anime, you will see what you are missing.

 

About Steve Reynolds

If Dragon Ball was your first love, we might just have something in common. Throw in Sailor Moon, Akira, Pokemon and Revolutionary Girl Utena, and you and I could be good friends. Problem is, I rarely leave my house as there's that manga collection I need to catch up on.

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