Moga Shiratori, like all the girls who are chosen to attend the White Witch Academy, harbored deep emotional scars from their pasts. But through their grueling training, they were able to harness their pain to discover their true powers as White Witches. But the new witches are suddenly faced with an evil group known as the Black Witches, who have taken one of their girls. As Moga and her friends infiltrate their Black Witch Academy, they try to rescue their friend and protect the world from the evil powers of these enemies. Add Synopsis In Portuguese
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We see Moga and Eimi continue on after their misadventures in the first season. They happen to be helping out Rina, who, surprise is also a White Witch from a different academy. The 'black' witches arrive, and declare not war, but superiority over the white witches and capture Rina. For some reason, a mysterious red suited man appears to assist Moga in a time of crisis.
Again, you can almost 100% read this plot like the first season. But it's still very much worth a watch if you liked the first season and looking for something to numb your mind a bit. Again, the acting isn't great, but definitely better then Season I. The fight choreography got even better, which is a plus (still cheesy at parts though).
The episodes are a touch longer (on average 20 minutes an episode), but the season is shorter (only 5 episodes). The plot, while not as strong as the original, was tacked on nicely and works out without too many kinks. The black witches, and other new characters aren't idols but actual actresses/actors which allows a more stable flow of scenes and direction.
The music, is recycled from the first season, aside from a new song you'll hear.
Again, this isn't a serious drama. This isn't something you're going to be raving to your friends about. But it's worth a watch if you liked the first season. It's worth a watch if you need something to numb you're brain about. It's cute, it's dramatic, and I, despite the low rating, enjoyed it.