Four warriors go on a quest to destroy the Demon Lord and save the world from his tyranny. Their journey will take them far and wide so it’s a good job they have their trusty bikini armor to protect them!
This series chronicles the story of the Bikini Warriors as they gain experience, complete quests, and try to survive long enough to face the Demon Lord. They will face all manner of foe, some obvious and some not so, but as long as they keep moving forward, nothing can stop them. Their friendship will be pushed to its limits and sacrifices will be made by all. Can they defeat the Demon Lord and bring everlasting peace to the land?
Now, technically there is a story in this series, but that not the main focus. Each episode tends to focus on a single joke that usually pokes fun at RPGs and fantasy stories. Some are more successful than others, but it the end, each episode is only four minutes long so you can watch the entire season in less than an hour and as such, it’s not a bad use of your time. There are times when it’s quite insightful and others when it just delivers bouncy Bikini Warriors.
Fighter is probably the leader of the group and takes on the role of fighter. That’s right, with only four minutes an episode, there really isn’t time to name any of the characters so they just go by their party role. Anyhow, Fighter is strong and determined. She’s probably a little more honourable and diplomatic than the others and seems less likely to stray from the righteous path.
Mage is the group’s primary magic-user. She’s also probably the youngest and most timid of the girls, although her bikini armor is the most revealing. At times, she tries to act as the voice of reason, but with her quiet nature, no one really listens to her.
Paladin is always ready to sacrifice herself for the good of the party. She doesn’t mind being put in a tricky situation and if you’ve seen her, you’ll probably think that she’s enjoying it. And she probably is! While being the holy knight of the group, she’s often the first one to turn to temptation and will often do whatever she wants.
Dark Elf is a magic-user and a fighter which can help in numerous ways. However, she’s a little mysterious and often doesn’t give all of the details that you might want. Like Paladin, she’s not afraid to go beyond the law and do what she wants, often threatening to kill people she doesn’t like.
There is a load of fan-service in Bikini Warriors although no full nudity which is kind of surprising, well, there is, although it’s done in a way that you don’t see anything thanks to conveniently placed objects. I certainly wouldn’t recommend watching it with the volume on loud because anyone that overheard it would assume that your watching porn. There’s a lot of moaning and panting and with all the suggestive positions, someone walking in on you would definitely get the wrong idea.
Story Rating: Average
I wanted to say good just for the humour and the way that it doesn’t take itself seriously at all, but with only four-minute episodes, I struggle to justify that rating. I enjoyed it and the story was one of the elements that could probably have been enhanced, but that would mean making a full-length series and I’m not sure the jokes could be stretched that far.
Ecchi Rating: Hot
As I said earlier, there is a lot of bouncing boobs and compromising positions, screaming, moaning, and panting. If you want panty shots then you have come to the right place. Even with each episode at four minutes long, the highlights reel is as long as most regular length shows. That should tell you all you need to know.
Bikini Warriors is a fun series that occasionally makes clever observations about RPGs and the fantasy genre. It makes fun of itself and has a good time doing it. There is a ton of ecchi content which should keep you entertained for the entire series, which is less than an hour’s viewing time. There are certainly worse ways to spend your time.
If you still want some more, there are more images and highlights on the episode reviews below.
- Season One
- Episode 1 – It’s Not a Bikini If It’s Armor
- Episode 2 – A Quest Needs Money to Rest
- Episode 3 – Even Heroes Have Needs
- Episode 4 – A Hero Needs No Reward
- Episode 5 – Saving Things That Go Unused
- Episode 6 – Heroes Overcome the Impossible
- Episode 7 – Allies From Taverns May Disappoint
- Episode 8 – Every Journey Finds New Friends
- Episode 9 – A Hero Betrayed Has But One Choice
- Episode 10 – You Don’t Always Get What You Want Or Need
- Episode 11 – A Snare To Trap A Pure Maiden
- Episode 12 – No One Knows The End