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Anime drinking games

giphyAnime is weird enough, so why not add alcohol?

Since there are so many different sub-genres in anime, I thought it was only right to make several drinking games. However, there are thousands of sub-genres and that isn’t counting the sub-genres in those sub-genres. So I will probably make a part two further down the line.

Enough talking, let’s start drinking!

Game One: Harem

Examples: Highschool DxD, Monster Musume and To Love-Ru.

Take a shot when one of the following is said or done;

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  • A character gets flustered/nosebleed
  • Fanservice
  • Love interest saves protagonist or vice versa
  • Catfights
  • Romantic moment interrupted
  • BAKA!
  • Dramatic moment

Bonus rules

If you are playing this game with friends, take a shot when it gets awkward. Also, ladies, take a shot when you think to yourself “Boobs don’t work like that”.

Game Two: Comedy

Examples: Sakamoto Desu Ga, Osomatsu-San and The Devil is a Part-Timer.

Take a shot when one of the following is said or done;

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  • Karma
  • Interruptions
  • Slapstick, take two shots if a character gets slapped by a girl
  • Fanservice
  • Drinking, two shots if it is alcoholic
  • Cringe Comedy
  • Character gets humiliated/ embarrassed

Bonus Rule

Take a shot if and when you laugh.

Game Three: Highschool

Examples: Baka and Test,  Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions and My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU.

Take a shot when one of the following is said or done;

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  • Eating or hanging out on a roof, Take an extra shot if it is Bento
  • Senpai
  • BAKA!
  • Sensei
  • Bikes, take another shot if there is more than one bike in a scene
  • Fights
  • Misunderstandings
  • Dramatic confessions

Bonus Rule

If you cringe, or if a character cringes, take a shot. If there is a Tsundere character, take an extra shot of she says Baka, gets embarrassed or hits her crush.

Have fun, but please drink responsibly!

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Growing up, Megan was that one kid at the back of class reading manga. Now, not much has changed except she started a blog. Basically, your typical geek (although she prefers the term Otaku)

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