Sometimes you just come to an anime randomly without expecting something. You just want something to do. But Campione gave me something more than that. I merely came to watch an ecchi harem and you know what I got? An awesome show that understands how to make a story despite having fan service and a harem. However, to expect unexpected plot twists, and unbelievable character development from an ecchi harem anime would be one of the most wrong things one can ever do.
So what is Campione? It revolves Godou Kusanagi (omg he’s handsome) who killed the Persian God of Victory, Verethragna. As a result, he hrts Verethragna’s power and the name of God Slayer. After that, he randomly went around killing out of control deities no one else can take care of.
The animation may not be something to be admired about, but hey, it’s a still a good story and a clear one at that. You’re not going to puff at all or cry, or laugh your ass off, nope, you’re just going to appreciate the action and smile at the love.
Campione actually does have one exceptional aspect to it. The way he conquests the Gods is through an aptitude known as Warrior. In a nutshell, if he has necessary knowledge of the enemy, their defenses begin to smash and eventually they become human, thus making it easier to slay them. What makes it captivating that he doesn’t just say, he tells.Irrespective of whether or not the facts about the Gods is useable, I still found it to be one of the finest parts of the spectacle. Even if the information isn't truthful, I felt like I learned something from it. And it really fascinated me. There’s just something enjoyable about hearing about the origins of Gods, you know. I hope this gets another shot.