While I haven’t finished the first season of D4DJ since I only watched two episodes. Still, it’s probably not entirely required. I can still watch the second season since it focuses primarily on Lyrical Lily. But, as the name implies, will it live up to the potential yuri aspect?
From my knowledge, the first season focused on Happy Around, Peaky P-Key, and Photon Maiden. I’m missing a bit, but I will probably catch up soon. The other two, Merm4id and RONDO, are in the OVA episode, which I will probably cover later this week. For now, I’m going primarily blind.
At a glance, the school Lyrical Lily goes to, Arisugawa Academy, is very fancy. They even have religious services as well. Probably sounds like the academy you find in some yuri-genre stories and visual novels.
With the group named Lily, I do wonder about the pairings with Lyrical Lily in future episodes. But, of course, I don’t know since I haven’t played the game. Still, the group kind of gives me the vibes of Pastel Palettes, though.
As expected, they got an exception since Lyrical Lily is meant to help their town. Otherwise, the academy focuses primarily on tradition and doesn’t allow modern trends. So yes, it sounds like that meme, “reject modernity, embrace tradition.”
Besides, the members of Lyrical Lily consist of Miyu, Haruna, Kurumi and Miiko. Haruna is part of the disciplinary committee and is in a town committee meeting. Yep, Kurumi wanted to surprise her with a tea box with a spring-up snake in it. Funny how Miyu gets pranked when Kurumi takes out the sweets. Kurumi wishes to play this prank with Haruna, but she isn’t there.
Apparently, Haruna returns to the meeting and tells Miyu, Kurumi and Miiko that Lyrical Lily is participating in a town revitalization event. The idea is that if they come, they will learn more about the town. However, doing it alone can get a bit tough from Kurumi’s point of view.
Thankfully, Miyu gives her friends the idea to invite the other DJ groups. Hence, we see them ask Happy Around, Peaky P-Key, Photon Maiden, Merm4id and RONDO. Yep, the good news is that they agreed to it, as each member helped out. Then, of course, Shinobu, part of Peaky Pkey, called her cousin Nagisa, who is part of RONDO, to invite them to Lyrical Lily’s monthly event. So naturally, her group accepted as well.
While I haven’t finished the first season yet, Muni Ohnaruto looks cute as she has twin tails, is a gamer, and wears rabbit ears. Still, it’s nice to see a glimpse of the other groups, although they aren’t the focus. Also, there is a glimpse of swimsuits because Merm4id took a photoshoot during winter. They definitely want to go since they couldn’t make the last event. It’s probably a certain someone’s favorite DJ group, I know for sure. 😉
Nice to see them call in the meeting as Rinku brings in the New Year gifts of sea shells. Of course, Maho, Muni, and Rei were late to the meaning for this reason. But, it seems that everyone liked the surprise Rinku had done.
Eventually, the first of the monthly performance happened as Peaky P-Key, performed at a new year performance. Of course, Lyrical Lily did the introductions. Either way, they seem amazed by their performance as they look forward to their new stage. Hopefully, we will see more development of Lyrical Lily and see them perform along with the other groups. Either way, it’s a fun first episode, although it’s more of bringing all the groups together type of episode.
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I didn’t review the episode because there isn’t much to talk about. The Catholic DJs organized a monthly year long event and our favorites all came together to bless us with the crossover we wanted to see early. Next time we’ll surely see them do more cool stuff.
Yes, it’s pretty much an introduce all the group kind of episode, but it was still fun though.