12 hopefuls. But only 1 will remain strong.
It’s Anime Idol’s fifth week!
After a considerable number of anime characters, we’ve come down to twelve hopefuls to vie for prestige of becoming the first Anime Idol.
Each week, they will be put through a test to determine which should be properly idolized by the growing otaku community. Those who are not able to get enough merit would not move on and would be eliminated.
Vash the Stampede left us last week—thankfully bruiseless and still feeling lucky. But who’s not going to be lucky enough this time?
But first, a hint of the character attitude we’re looking for this week:
What is uttered from the heart alone will win the hearts of others to your own.
~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Have you guessed the attitude we’re looking for this Week 5?
As the cliché goes “Honesty is the best policy”.
Everything good starts with a little bit of honesty since it starts from the inside, it comes from the heart.
And yet another line says “Honesty is such a lonely word…everyone is so untrue.”
It’s a proof that the best things to do in life may not be the easiest. Thus the effort to be honest is always well received.
This week, the characters are on hot seat with the slightest lack of honesty. Who among them ranks lowest?
Being surrounded by girls in a tiny house on an old temple may be heavenly for some, but perhaps not for Tenchi Masaki. These girls are no-odinary bunch of lasses after all.
And what is a poor, bewildered teenage boy to do when they seem to show him so much kindness and fondness that they’d be ready to take each other out to get his attention? Who should Tenchi choose to be with him in the end?
With Tenchi not being able to decide for the longest time, animeHOLIC deems him the most dishonest in the bunch. But we also sympathize with him and wouldn’t mind being in his position anytime.
Anime Idol Week 5 then chooses to vote out Tenchi Masaki. We’re not lying.
We are gearing for the competition’s top half with only 07 lucky hopefuls left.
Get ready for Week 6! Who would stay and who would fly away?
Here is the clue for Week 6:
When you come to the end of your rope, tie a knot and hang on.
~ Franklin D. Roosevelt