1 : Iruma-kun From Demon School Fix
Familiars are magical creatures that take the form of lower-grade demons who aid demons during battles in Welcome To Demon School, Iruma-Kun. Each Familiar's form depends on the summoner's rank and strength. Also, each Familiar can serve its master for just a year and won't be able to serve the same owner the following year. During the pact, a Familiar is forbidden from disobeying or hurting its master, or else a heavy punishment will immediately strike it. Furthermore, forming a contract with a Familiar requires a few steps to be done successfully. The first step is to draw a circle in blood on a piece of parchment, set one of its corners on fire, and then the smoke will take on a form, and a Familiar will emerge.
1 : Iruma-kun from Demon School
The prestigious teacher is considered one of the most powerful teachers in Welcome To Demon School, so being a Familiar with a human is a big advantage since he can overcome every obstacle. Eggy-sensei's calm demeanor throughout the beast's face-off at the water park and the school attack demonstrates his strength as a professor and as a Familiar.
Welcome to Demon School! has always been an isekai tale about the joys and trials of being a student at a bizarre new school, but that is more true in recent episodes than ever before. It was a novelty anime early on, asking what happens if a human boy like Iruma ends up in an all-demon, Halloween-style school where he must lay low to survive. Fortunately, the story didn't just coast on that novelty for comedy's sake. The anime features exciting action scenes, fully fleshed-out character arcs and intriguing ongoing plots such as Iruma's potential to become the demon king, Azazel Ameri discovering her love life and the abnormal class's rise to prominence.
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Both of these are shonen and school life anime. Plus the MC in both the series have kinda same personalities and looks.... They are also treated in the same way by the side characters. You'll also see the similarity in fact that deku character from MHA was in class A i.e. the top class with weird people and Iruma kun was in the abnormal class. That makes it more relatable. Some of the side characters are also similar in both. And both of them are really fun to watch.
Baal is one of the short-tempered members of an elite group of demons called the Thirteen Crowns who possesses electrokinetic abilities. Baal longs to return the netherworld to its time of savagery. Sometime before the events of the series, Baal met Ami Kirio, a sadomasochistic demon boy who got off on despair. He allowed him to join his Battora (Battler) party, Magical Tools Research, and gave him the knowledge to create a magical device to destroy Babyls (Babirus Demon School). The two conspire for a good few years until the present day where Iruma Suzuki became a student of the demon school.
After the Akudol Games Arc, he and the other heroes of 13 Crowns, they meet as they were summoned by the Three Heroes, who announce that they will nominate their grandchildren as candidates for demon king, something to which Baal tells Sullivan that he is in complete opposition, but then Belial interrupts him saying that they will only put them as candidates since also all three agree that none of the thirteen crowns or the three heroes are worthy of replacing the previous demon king, also mentioning that their respective grandchildren have done great feats in their respective schools that the thirteen should consider to see if they are worthy, Baal mentions that he will agree as long as the thirteen crowns also have the opportunity to propose a candidate and that he had already selected one which he has not revealed yet.
In the 207th chapter of the manga, Baal offers Sabros to be a candidate for demon king, with the condition of leaving the Babyls school in addition to mentioning that Iruma and the other grandchildren of the 3 greats, are only there because they are spoiled brats, Sabro rejects the offer mentioning that if he leaves Babyls, he would be far from his rival Iruma and the Abnormal class, whom he calls his friends, he also defends Iruma saying that he is not how Baal describes him, mentioning that Iruma has done great things and that he wants to follow those steps on his own. Baal seems to agree with Sabros' decision and decides to go to his brother's smithy. Later in the smithy, Baal receives a weapon that his brother Sabzan made for him, since Baal requested it, however before Baal left, Sabzan furious tells Baal to get away from Sabros and his family and never come back.
In the 221st chapter of the manga, Baal sent Atori and Shida undercover to the Babyls demon school, to pass as new teachers for the abnormal class and be able to enter the Royal One Hall to steal some remnant item from the old demon king Delkira as part of his plan, he also ordered them to They could eliminate some of the students if they suspected something (even his nephew Sabnock), with the exception of Sullivan's grandson, Iruma, since he has special plans for him, so I order them that in case Iruma began to suspect them, steal Delkira's relics and kidnap Iruma.
Of course, there is a catch in the story, though, and he makes Iruma enroll in the demon school Babyls. While there, he must attend his classes with the other demons, but things are complicated because he has to keep his human countenance secret from the others.
Iruma and his fellow demon students do their best to ensure everyone advances. However, there is a twist in the tale when they realize that a 13th student in the class named Purson Soi has been hidden from the others. 041b061a72