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Why Layfon Wolfstein Alseif From Chrome Shelled Regios Is A Gary Stu?

Sunday, March 19, 2017
Do you think that Layfon Wolfstein Alseif, the apparent main character from this anime called Chrome Shelled Regios, is a Gary Stu / Marty Stu / Mary Sue? What would make people think such a thing?
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Layfon Wolfstein Alseif really seems like a total and complete Gary Stu because:

  • He is so popular with women. Seriously, it’s like the entire cast in this show loves him / are all in love with him. For example, there’s: Nina Antalk, Felli Loss and Mayshen Torinden. 
  • Yeah, you see that? He’s got no less than 3 women who are all fighting over him. Who knows who else is in love with him? Probably a whole lot more
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  • He is so super special awesome. Seriously, everyone is going on and on about how powerful he is, how strong he is, how much of a good and brilliant and excellent fighter he is. 
  • He’s also apparently one of these things called a Heaven’s Blade Receiver or whatever they call it

There’s likely more, but, yeah, you get the point. He seems way too perfect. Haven’t seen all the episodes yet, but what are his weaknesses? And why are all the women flocking all over him?

Why is he so powerful and special? Because he’s the main character? What do you think about this guy?

*Notes:
- Pics are from Amazon.com; links shown above

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