If you are tired of watching worthless high schoolers anime main characters then we bring you these guys because these guys got laid. After watching these anime, every other anime’s main character feels worthless now. Let’s start with the 10 best anime where MC gets laid.
Here are the 10 best anime where MC gets laid –
Yuno anime is based on a visual novel and explores the concept of parallel worlds. Unlike typical stories where the main character romances different girls from parallel worlds, this anime takes a different approach. It follows a guy who falls for a girl and becomes curious about parallel worlds.
Things take a twist when his historian father, upon learning about this interest, mysteriously disappears. Now, the guy and his friends must uncover the truth behind these strange events. Just like in the visual novel, the anime is divided into different story routes, each focusing on a different girl and her relationship with the main character.
However, it’s not just about romance. Along the way, they encounter a quirky teacher who smokes cigars, a mysterious teacher, and a silent transfer student who seems to be hiding something. If you enjoy stories that blend parallel universes with a touch of romance, give this anime a try.
|Kono Yo no Hate de Koi wo Utau Shoujo YU-NO
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09. Rumbling Hearts
Rumbling Hearts is an anime about a boy who decides to pursue another girl, causing turmoil in the hearts of those involved.
It begins as a typical high school love triangle anime, with characters sporting unusually large eyes. However, it gradually evolves into a dramatic story about cheating, heartbreak, and the nostalgic aspects of school life.
Rest assured, it’s not as intense as School Days, so you can relax. When one of the girls in the love triangle starts experiencing mental distress, you know the anime is not going down a wholesome path. For those curious, the love triangle centers around a blue-haired girl and an orange-haired girl, so get ready to take sides and prepare your arguments.
Above all, Rumbling Hearts excels at building tension. Throughout its 14 episodes, the anime consistently delivers moments of intense suspense that might even blow your mind a little.
Rec is one of the wildest romance anime I’ve ever seen. It’s also one of the best because it completely disregards traditional pacing and creates its own unique rhythm.
In the very same episode, the main character gets stood up and then ends up having an intimate encounter. When was the last time you saw something like that? In REC To Girlfriend, the guy was crying alone in his room, but in REC, the guy gets incredibly lucky and meets a girl on the very same day.
I’ve explained the whole premise more clearly in my previous videos, but essentially, the story revolves around the couple trying to figure out if their relationship is purely friendly or if there’s a romantic connection between them. The themes explored in this anime are quite distinct from other romance series, so don’t let the outdated animation discourage you and give it a chance.
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07. White Album 2
White Album 2 is not a continuation of White Album 1, despite having a similar name. The original White Album focuses on a boy and an idol, while White Album 2 delves into a love triangle involving the boy.
Just like in White Album 2, there is also some infidelity happening here. However, instead of portraying our protagonist as a complete jerk, the anime delves into the thought processes of each character, presenting the situation more as a love triangle rather than a melodramatic tale of heartbreak.
Unlike the previous White Album, music plays a significant role in this installment. You could almost compare it to Your Lie in April but with more instances of cheating. Okay, maybe that was a bad joke.
Rather than taking sides and choosing a character, I recommend watching this anime for the drama and understanding the overall message it conveys, even if intimacy is part of that message.
|White Album 2
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06. Cross Ange
Cross Ange is not your typical anime about archery, despite its name. Instead, it tells the story of a proud princess whose world is about to crumble. You see, in this world, the nobles are powerful because they can control a special energy called mana.
However, on Angelice’s 16th birthday, she discovers that she cannot use mana and is banished to a remote island. That’s where she meets Tusk, who falls for her in a rather clumsy yet protective way.
It’s a sweet love story set on an island, but don’t forget about the dragons, the giant robot battles, and the insane villain. So, besides all the action, this anime also focuses on developing the main character’s personality and growth.
05. I can’t understand what my husband’s saying
Let’s take a break from those annoying high schoolers and focus on a married couple instead. “I Can’t Understand What My Husband Is Saying” revolves around a wife who struggles to understand her husband’s words.
You see, her husband is an otaku, and the wife enjoys a drink or two herself. Now, how do these two manage to live together and have a successful marriage? Well, that’s what this anime explores. It’s not a serious show, but it humorously addresses the little problems and challenges that arise when you’re married and building a family.
With just 13 episodes, each lasting a quick 4 minutes, you can binge-watch the whole series in a day. And let me tell you, there’s nothing more fascinating than observing the dynamic between a nerdy husband and a tipsy wife.
|Danna ga Nani wo Itteiru ka Wakaranai Ken
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04. Fate’s Stay Night: Heaven’s Feel
When you hear the word “Fate,” romance may not be the first thing that comes to mind. Interestingly, this anime is based on a visual novel where the right heroine’s role was crucial, but many Fate adaptations prioritize action over romance. However, there’s an exception called Heaven’s Feel.
This movie trilogy offers thrilling action scenes that will make you want to jump up and dance, all while also emphasizing the love story between Shirou and Sakura. Created by Ufotable, known for their impressive action sequences, this trilogy is unique because we’re here for the romance, not just the action.
The second movie in the series puts a significant focus on the romantic aspects, making it the route with the most lovey-dovey moments.
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03. Nodame Cantabile
“Once again, we leave behind those pesky teenagers and focus on a more mature couple. They’re not married, but their love story starts with a magical connection. What brings them together? Music! Our main guy plays the violin, while the girl plays the piano. When they hear each other’s music for the first time, it’s like love at first sight.
The interesting part is that even though the story takes place in Europe, the characters speak in Japanese. Throughout the series called Nodame Cantabile, the romance unfolds at a perfect pace.
Over three seasons, their relationship develops beautifully, with some exciting moments of drama thrown in. Unlike another anime with a violin and piano, this one has a happy ending, so no need to grab your tissues!”
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02. Fruits of Grisaia
“Wait, this isn’t about fruits at all! It’s actually a story about a tough guy who enrolls in a school where every girl has unique struggles. Don’t worry, they’re not psychopaths or anything. Well, except for this one girl with blue hair who might be a bit dangerous.
She tries to attack our main character with a blade whenever she sees him. Fruits of Grisaia follows the journey of a guy named Yuji as he enters a school filled with five girls who have mysterious pasts. And guess what? It’s based on a visual novel.
What sets Fruits of Grisaia apart from other adaptations is that it turns into a harem towards the end of the second season, where all the girls are vying for the main character’s attention.
If you’re interested in exploring each girl’s story individually, you might want to check out the visual novel. Oh, and whenever the main character isn’t on screen, he steals the spotlight. This guy truly deserves some recognition!”
|Grisaia no Kajitsu
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Why not give Horimiya a shot? It’s about two high school students named Kyouko Hori and Izumi Miyamura.
They seem like complete opposites at school, with Kyouko being bright and cheerful while Izumi is a bit of a nerdy introvert. But when they reveal their true selves to each other, they have to keep it a secret from everyone else and end up falling in love.
What sets Horimiya apart is that it focuses on the ups and downs of being in a relationship, rather than the typical buildup to a romantic connection. It came out in 2021 but has a nostalgic feel that makes it seem like it was released a decade ago.
I’m really hoping for a second season, but if you’re too eager to wait, you can always read the manga instead.
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