is a Magical Girl Original Video Animation
based on an Role-Playing Game
The story takes place in an all-female utopian world, ruled over by the Mamamega
, who is in charge of the Astro Star, a magic item that absorbs all the evil in the land and keeps it a nice place to live. Whenever the Astro Star reaches its limits of evil-absorption, the Mamamega purifies it and hands it and her leadership position over to the next Mamamega. As the story begins, the newly appointed Mamamega has chosen a young woman named Lilith to be her primary shrine maiden and has tasked her with recruiting two more shrine maidens. However, no sooner has Lilith formed her group when they encounter a rival group of women who are plotting to conquer their utopia and put the Astro Star to more nefarious purposes.
This series provides examples:
- Action Girl: Juliana and her Evil Counterpart Rouge.
- Affably Evil: Angela is quite sweet, even sporting Tareme Eyes. Still a villain, though.
- Anime of the Game: It was based on a Role-Playing Game.
- Blondes are Evil: Played straight with Maharaja, but averted with Mamamega.
- Bubble Gun: Rurubell's main attack, although it's slightly less useless than it sounds.
- Chainmail Bikini: Yamimama pairs this with a long skirt slit up both sides.
- The Chosen One: Lilith, the Mamamega's newly appointed shrine maiden.
- Clothing Damage: Stashia's harp attack shreds all of Maharaja's clothes clean off.
- Fanservice: The main raison d'Ítre of this OVA.
- Fiery Redhead: Juliana, to match her tough swordswoman personality.
- Fur and Loathing: Yamimama wears a furry wrap/boa.
- Genki Girl: Rurubell is energetic, childish, and averse to giving up even when she's in way over her head.
- The High Queen: The Mamamega serves as the virtuous and competent ruler of Megami Paradise
- Girl on Girl Is Hot: Numerous examples, like when Lilith and Rurubell fall backwards and conveniently land in the 69 position, or when Maharaja captures Lilith and creepily licks her cheek while Lilith blushes.
- Lady of War: Stashia is the most elegant and cool-headed of the heroes.
- Little Miss Badass: Pastel might look cute, but she's a very dangerous villain.
- Magic Wand: Rurubell and Pastel each use one.
- Magical Girl: An early example of this genre being pitched squarely at a male demographic.
- Magic Warrior: It's set in another world, but otherwise all the tropes match up.
- Magical Incantation: Used by Lilith and Rurubell.
- Mind-Control Eyes: The girls under the control of Maharaja's harp.
- Musical Assassin: Stashia can fight with a magic harp, as can her Evil Counterpart, Maharaja.
- Ms. Fanservice: Maharaja combines Absolute Cleavage, Detached Sleeves, and Stocking Filler, and she fights with a whip.
- Noblewoman's Laugh: Maharaja pulls one off, complete with the classic hand gesture.
- One-Gender Race: The world of Megami Paradise is entirely inhabited by women.
- Panty Shot: Constantly.
- Plucky Comic Relief: Rurubell
- Pointy Ears: Angela has these, for reasons that go unexplained.
- Rose-Haired Sweetie: Rurubell is the "cheery and optimistic" variety.
- Sensible Heroes, Skimpy Villains: The villains' outfits tend to be more revealing than the heroes', with the exception of Pastel.
- Stocking Filler: Maharaja wears thigh-high stockings.
- Stripperiffic: Maharaja, Rouge, and Yamimama. Also, when Yamimama is sapping Lilith's power, she naturally strips her down to her underwear and lays her out on a stone plinth. And of course even the underwear shreds off towards the end of the power-sapping.
- Whip It Good: Maharaja, as befits her status as villain and fanservice vehicle.
- Woman in Black: Maharaja and Yamimama both dress in black and are the two most powerful villains.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Stashia has pale blue hair.
- Zettai Ryouiki: Rurubell has Grade A.