Chivalry of a Failed Knight is one of those light stories that fans have been waiting on ever since the anime broadcast in 2015, and currently Sol Press has supplied. The tale is an intriguing mix of the bog-standard and something far more appealing than that, and also if it wears its reasonably obsolete tropes on its sleeve, it additionally seems to be at the very least partially aware that it is using them. As well as despite the fact that it actually is all as well familiar on a couple of levels, Riku Misora‘s job manages to do a couple of points absolutely right, making this not just extremely easy to check out, but additionally enjoyable.
In this situation, that would certainly be Ikki unlocking the door to his dormitory space and finding Stella inside in her undergarments; both are so flustered that neither is able to make the connection that if the door was locked, both of them need to have a vital to it. The scenes that right away adhere to are certainly a bit cringe-inducing, with Stella loudly proclaiming that her virtue has been gone against, Ikki attempting to figure out what the hell is going on,