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Rin: Daughters Of Mnemosyne – The Lore, The Story, And Why It’s SEXY

Posted by Yogizilla on May 7, 2011

Lately, I’ve been on a real Anime kick while trying to catch up on Pokemon Black (DS) and Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG online play. Of course, this is rather difficult in between all the work that I have to do. Heck, I finally just got to reply to hundreds, if not thousands, of comments, which was a big project on it’s own. Apparently, people are still belly-aching about Yu-Gi-Oh! Online and the broken Duel Pass system.

Anywho, I’ve really enjoyed Rin: Daughters of Mnemosyne A LOT. Like most, what initially lured me in was the fact that it was about a scantily-clad immortal detective. It didn’t hurt that she was a sexy geek in glasses. There is much more that makes Rin seksy, as you’ll find. Rin is available for instant viewing on Netflix but be forewarned: this is NSFW (Not Safe For Work) nor is it for kids.

Rin: Daughters of Mnemosyne is rated TV-MA so, in the usual Anime fashion, you can expect lots of nudity and sex scenes. That’s not what makes Rin special, though. The story is very well-done and the characters are intriguing. Not to mention Rin and Mimi, the main characters in this Anime, kick butt and look DARN GOOD doing it!

Rin And Mimi Kick Butt And Look DARN GOOD Doing It!

Rin And Mimi Kick Butt And Look DARN GOOD Doing It!

The story starts off with Rin, a beautiful immortal detective, investigating and solving strange cases. As the show progresses, more supernatural elements arise. I suppose that is to be expected when you’re dealing with Rin and her immortal assistant, Mimi.

Things get a lot more interesting when the references to Apos and Yggdrasil become more pervasive. The concept of Yggdrasil has appeared throughout Anime, especially in Final Fantasy, but where is this concept rooted? Quite literally, the roots of the Yggdrasil tree goes back to Norse mythology and the fabled World Tree. Read the rest of this entry »

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