If you want to watch the best anime this season, then look no further than Classroom of the Elite. This science-fiction anime has had me hooked since its first episode and I’m excited for what’s coming next!
“Classroom of the Elite” is a manga that follows the story of a high school student who is invited to join an elite academy. The story begins with the protagonist, Shizuma Hanazono, as he enters his first day at the prestigious Royal Biblia Academy.
Ykoso Jitsuryoku Shij Shugi no Kyshitsu e (Classroom of the Elite) is a Japanese light novel series written by Shgo Kinugasa and drawn by Shunsaku Tomose. I decided to watch the anime on a whim and was pleasantly surprised!
I was shocked that there was little excitement about the anime when it first aired in July 2017. The following is the plot summary for Classroom of the Elite:
Koudo Ikusei Senior High School seems to be a paradise on the surface. The kids have unrivaled independence, and the school is well regarded in Japan. The reality, on the other hand, is far from perfect. A through D are the four classes that are rated in order of merit, with only the top classes receiving preferential treatment.
Kiyotaka Ayanokouji is a student in Class D, which is where the school’s worst students are sent. There he meets the gregarious Suzune Horikita, who feels she was put in Class D by mistake and is determined to rise all the way to Class A, and the amiable class idol Kikyou Kushida, whose goal is to make as many friends as possible.
While class membership is permanent, class rankings are not; students in lower-ranking courses may move up the rankings if they outperform those in higher-ranking classes. Furthermore, there are no restrictions on the strategies that may be employed to advance in Class D. Can they beat the odds and rise to the top at this competitive school?
The main protagonist, Ayanokouji, is the anime’s brightest star. You never know what he’s thinking the whole time he’s on the screen. He’s the anime protagonist that seems uninterested and clueless, but is completely aware of his surroundings and manipulates everyone to his advantage. The whole first season’s theme revolves around the question of whether mankind is equal. The obvious answer is no, but what I enjoy about it is how it demonstrates that it’s not so much what you know as it is how you utilize your knowledge to advance in life. It seems to be teaching you that although everyone’s objectives may seem to be ones of love and selflessness, the motivations underlying them are always self-centered and somewhat selfish.
You’re made to assume that Ayanokouji is doing all he can to live a quiet life until the final episode. You get clues that he’s definitely a genius who doesn’t want to be responsible for the gift he’s been given. He assists everyone and is always willing to provide a helping hand. However, at the conclusion of the episode, you’ll see that he orchestrated every action and occurrence that occurred in order to accomplish his own aim.
On the surface, his secluded nature makes him seem uninteresting as a character, but it becomes fascinating when you listen to his views on other pupils in his company. His bad social skills seem natural at first, until you realize that it’s his technique of luring people in. People either get intrigued by a quiet individual or relax their guard around them. As a result, Kiyotaka’s function in this anime differs from the typical light book archetype.
Suzune Horikita, on the other hand, is an unpleasant, frigid student who becomes connected with Ayanokouji immediately away. She, like Ayanokouji, has a demeanor that seems unsociable with others, despite her best efforts to avoid making friends. Friends, in her opinion, are unnecessary and hold her back. Later on, she realizes that this is a wrong way of thinking! On the other side, there are Kikyou Kushida who are quite sociable. She’s the polar opposite of Kiyotaka and Horikita. Kushida, on the other hand, is an excellent communicator and has a pleasant demeanor. Behind her effervescent exterior, though, is a girl who hides her actual self. She, I believe, symbolizes all of us who have a face in our daily lives!
In my perspective, the drama in Classroom of the Elite is when this anime begins to shine. From Airi Sakura’s stalker plot to Ken Sudou’s convoluted drama that almost got him expelled from school, there’s something for everyone. Each of these scenes demonstrates Ayanokouji’s chess-like ability to maneuver pieces. We didn’t learn much about his background, so whether or not there will be a season two is unknown, but I would love to see it.
Overall, Classroom of the Elite is a must-see!
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The “Classroom of the Elite” is a Japanese anime series that has been adapted from a light novel series. The show’s first season was released in Japan on April 4, 2017 and will be available to stream on Crunchyroll. Reference: classroom of the elite anime.
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