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Win%202
joined Nov 12, 2020

Yeah,these pages are slightly out of whack.

Also,alien vampire-ish creatures from the moon?

A full on 33 years of backstory built up quite nicely.

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joined Oct 22, 2021

Unclear what the broader plot will be, but I like the aggressive prey & timid predator dynamic.

OneEyedOthinus
Bikko
joined Feb 17, 2022

This is uh...
Something, for sure.

Capture
joined Aug 12, 2021

you know a vampire yuri set in a world where humans are just fully subjugated as part of how the world works, is certainly new

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ioorunderscore
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joined Dec 28, 2021

Oh? A vampire yuri story? Yes, please. Give me more.

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joined Mar 10, 2018

Is this what we call a power M?

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joined Aug 26, 2018

vampire yuri is always welcomed

Don't%20forget%20the%20best%20girl
joined Jul 22, 2018

Another one!?

Yes_pfp
joined Oct 30, 2021

Oh boy, here we go again.

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joined Oct 14, 2014

I just read the first three pages and this looks like a 2008-era SHAFT anime

Eri
joined Aug 30, 2020

I'm not entirely sure what sparked this sudden influx of vampire yuri, but I'm not complaining.

LittleWhiteHerz
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joined Jul 21, 2020

This is... kinda weird but it's cute I guess lol. But is that human girl actually a high schooler??? She... sure had a lot of growth lol.

Yee
joined Aug 5, 2020

there's a lot of offscreen really unfortunate implications to this one, mostly in the simple reality that this society practices chattel slavery to a degree greater than any historical implication. See the vending machines full of blood packs, which I really doubt were produced with consent of whoever provided them (especially if some particularly bright and cruel vampire came up with a way to make human factory farming), among other things. I doubt the author's going to spend too much time dwelling on that beyond the passing mentions we've seen so far (and to some degree hope they don't because that could get very dark very fast), but it's something that stands out to me nonetheless.

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Riamu
joined Aug 28, 2018

The BDSM tag definitely belongs here

Sena
joined Jun 27, 2017

... you know you are living in the best reality when your school zone sign looks like THAT.

Either way first chapter was kinda fun, but longer term I don't think this'll work for me if loli-ish-vampire-girl doesn't undergo some level of character development.

e: Interesting, so it's all a complete manga and been out for a while.

last edited at Apr 7, 2022 3:37AM

joined Mar 19, 2022

This is fucking weird and creepy tbh, I'm not gonna bother reading past page 18.

joined Mar 19, 2022

there's a lot of offscreen really unfortunate implications to this one, mostly in the simple reality that this society practices chattel slavery to a degree greater than any historical implication. See the vending machines full of blood packs, which I really doubt were produced with consent of whoever provided them (especially if some particularly bright and cruel vampire came up with a way to make human factory farming), among other things. I doubt the author's going to spend too much time dwelling on that beyond the passing mentions we've seen so far (and to some degree hope they don't because that could get very dark very fast), but it's something that stands out to me nonetheless.

Yeah, not going to be reading this one.

joined Jun 11, 2021

the implications of this world are definitely interesting to me. realistically its probably awful if there are human blood vending machines but... i dunno i kinda love it. i would love to see the author explore that side going forward and even if they don't, the relationship between the two mains is... very much my thing, so i'm going to like this regardless lmao. thanks tor the TL!

joined Mar 25, 2022

Oraty time to turn off mah brain and enjoy the scenes.

Fox_paw_tribal
joined Feb 25, 2013

Girl, don't slit your wrists! Not even to feed your vampire!

Other than that, I'm gonna take a page out of Closet whut's book above me and turn off my brain and just enjoy this.

(Edit: I do hope the human actually gets a name though. Anyone got any spoilers as far as this is concerned? (remember to black-out spoilers!))

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NARESH4444 posted:

Also,alien vampire-ish creatures from the moon?

I think it's just normal symbolism of Vampires as creatures of the night, hence moon. If you want to read amazing story about alien vampires read Vampire Juujikai (Record of a Fallen Vampire). No yuri though.

BreadBunny posted:

you know a vampire yuri set in a world where humans are just fully subjugated as part of how the world works, is certainly new

It reminds me of Daybreakers. A world where majority of humans were turned into vampires and remaining ones are hunted. Vampire society is on a bring of collapse, since they almost drove humans to extinction and are running out of blood. Sadly the movie was a disappointment, so hopefully the yuri version of it will be better.

TortugaGreen posted:

there's a lot of offscreen really unfortunate implications to this one, mostly in the simple reality that this society practices chattel slavery to a degree greater than any historical implication. See the vending machines full of blood packs, which I really doubt were produced with consent of whoever provided them (especially if some particularly bright and cruel vampire came up with a way to make human factory farming), among other things.

Offscreen? Did you miss the fact MC talks about undomesticated humans, you can literally buy one, MC comments so that's how raw human looks like (implied the blood bags is processed human) and Number One doesn't have a name, calls herself livestock and was clearly raised to be this way. Yes, it's blatant text that humans in this world are considered to be cattle and only live to serve vampires.

I doubt the author's going to spend too much time dwelling on that beyond the passing mentions we've seen so far (and to some degree hope they don't because that could get very dark very fast), but it's something that stands out to me nonetheless.

Except it's huge part of setting and important part of world building and plot, with reason why MC is so smoll and never drunk from human before. Author actually put a fair amount of thought into it and deliver it to us in very subtle ways. That 1 panel from class told us that vampires used to hunt humans without any limits, but at some point it lead to problems and so they started to introduce regulations and presumably 33 years ago they manged to get it under control. In fact while definitely not ideal, vampires really do seem to be trying to at least take better care of humans this time around as there are apparently even laws against hurting humans, I assume akin to animal abuse laws IRL. So sure, it's supposed to be pretty dark setting, when you think about it, but it's also isn't supposed to be like all misfortune and misery for humans Again, not that it makes it excusable or anything, but that's what fiction is for. Exploring that kind of wacky ideas in safe environment. Not all stories have to perfectly reflect our understanding and sense of morality and sensibility.

Pyoro posted:

e: Interesting, so it's all a complete manga and been out for a while.

It was on my to do list for some time, glad to see someone got around to tl'ing it.

Doctor_Hoot posted:

It does seem like chattel slavery, but will it be depicted as a bad thing? Or will it go the Harry Pottery route (where the house elves "enjoy" being slaves)? I guess it's just a lewd manga with only two volumes, so it probably isn't meant to be taken very seriously.

It's not slavery, humans are a livestock and unlike with series that I refuse to name it's not that humans enjoy it, but rather are raised/brainwashed to enjoy it, cos they're cattle and don't know other way to live. And yes, it's clear we're not meant to take it seriously. The setting is dark af and ultra messed up if you approach it with our normal morality and sensibility, but we're clearly not meant to do that. It's clearly just a wacky thought experiment and what if scenario that author came up with. It's not taking itself seriously as a deep dive exploration of how world like that would work and whatever it could be done well/in humane way, but just a interesting idea to set a vampire story in. I'd even go as far as call it dark comedy as it's clearly taking some very serious topics and plays them in comedic fashion, without really acting like they're a big deal. In fact I hope that author will keep that tone and never tries to go into "maybe what we're doing is bad actually?" direction, cos that'd ruin this story completely.

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joined Oct 27, 2018

This is very dystopian.

I love it though and I'm curious to see what happens next.

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joined Jul 29, 2017

Oh, no—there are “unfortunate implications” in a world dominated by (checks notes) bloodsucking vampires.

Whatever shall we do?

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joined Jun 11, 2016

A vampire series with human being livestock? This is gonna be full of drama or something, I'm all in!!!

Wondered what happened 33 years ago. And how did they manage to brainwash human into submissiveness so fast? Tbh I was sure that some people would rather nuke the world than being treated as lesser beings.

Or maybe not all human are this submissive, our girl here is just nuts.

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Blastaar posted:

Oh, no—there are “unfortunate implications” in a world dominated by (checks notes) bloodsucking vampires.

Whatever shall we do?

Can't really blame them. Thanks to all the fetishizing, romance stories and general messing with the lore and making new takes vampires completely lost their edge, so I can see how nowadays for most people they're seen as a good guys by default now.

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