Is this a harem vn?

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#1 by lesterlol87
2017-08-12 at 16:33
I was so looking forward to this vn. I assumed that it's harem with only ONE male protagonist but then there's the appearance of a 2nd male protagonist who engages in sex with one of the main heroines(Tsuuya, the stray dragon) which upsets me so much goddammit T^T

Can anyone tell me whether this is a harem vn so that if it's not I won't have high hopes with the other 2 heroines which I have yet to encounter in my current progression
#2 by zackrivaldhi
2017-08-12 at 18:20
It is definitely not a harem VN,
other 2 heroines are Lesbian
#3 by kiru
2017-08-12 at 20:08
Pairs. Though the second pair should've been established from the beginning with how crappy the writing is. The five minutes they spend on trying to sell it just hurt. So does the "romance" of the main pair that gets smashed in post transformation.

Well, yeah, the writing/plot of this isn't good. Not unexpected, but still... I feel like it could've been pretty easy to avoid the biggest issues without much of a problem.Last modified on 2017-08-12 at 20:09
#4 by lesterlol87
2017-08-13 at 04:34
I see, thanks guys. Though it's a let down for me, I'll still continue playing it, it's my motto to not quit any vn halfway xD
#5 by kratoscar2008
2017-08-13 at 05:43
What its the problem here? If there are two protags what makes it diferent from just having one?
#6 by cnkx
2017-08-13 at 09:17
I personally would only have an issue if the other male was not a protagonist, if he's also a protagonist however...I could care less, it's still supposed to be the player after all and not a cuck god who is only there to steal heroines.Last modified on 2017-08-13 at 09:20
#7 by kratoscar2008
2017-08-13 at 09:31
Yeah thats my point. If the two are protags and they can claim the same girls then its no problem. Either both are the protags or there is no protag. In any case its not NTR or cuck.
#8 by kiru
2017-08-13 at 11:32
There's one protag. The guy with the blonde dragon girl obviously. The other characters are.. other characters.

The "problem" here is simply shitty writing. Like usual. Some however may feel NTR as well... I guess? Because ultimately it's like a random shota coming along and taking "your" dragon. It's not really your dragon, but... you know. The shitty writing amplifies this, as they really don't spend any time at all trying to sell the pairing. And while that's the same for the other ones as well, those are always a pair, which is at least something. So, for example the protag entering a romantic relationship with his dragon is expected anyway, so it being written terribly can be easier ignored.Last modified on 2017-08-13 at 11:33

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