Those characters cannot invoke their own flags, but they can come into play only though other characters. Also, the characters should start with no knowledge of the other characters' flags (obviously).
If playing "single-player" (harem anime style), then the girls have flags, but the lead character doesn't.
I’ve been promising this NHK review for a long time.
While I COULD blame the delay on a massive, world wide conspiracy (which in light of the show’s premise would be completely appropriate), the truth is, its hard for me to write about a show that I *really* like. You’d think the more I like something, the easier it would be to gush about it, but for me, it doesn’t work that way.
Those "flags" are the relationships and people you're interested into, the things and situations that you like.
Possible examples: "A Kind, Loving Heart", "Viewing Cherry Blossoms Together", "Sweep Me Off My Feet" and things like that.
These girls want to prove that they're the best in class, and extra credit is available to the cuties that aren't afraid of after-hours phantom fighting!
The students stay by Negi’s side as he faces many foes and searches for his father, who was presumed to be dead.
A remake of the Negima anime with its own original story.
Wizard Negi Springfield may be a boy, but he has a man-sized job to do!
Until recently, I never did get the chance to finish it, so it was out there, this big, waiting block of unfinished business. If you’ve ever been a nerd, geek, or outcast of any stripe, NHK is going to strike a chord with you. Sato has been living for several years now as a hikikomori — a recluse, or shut in — when he suddenly one day comes to the conclusion that all his troubles can be blamed on a mysterious organization, the NHK, or Nihon Hikikomori Kyokai, which has been broadcasting anime with seductive female characters as part of a far reaching plot to brainwash unsuspecting young men to the point that they can no longer leave the house, and remain locked away inside forever. Fearing it might be a creditor who will interrupt his solitary lifestyle if he doesn’t do something to pacify them, Sato answers, and instead finds himself in a different kind of debt, when he meets the young Misaki, who promises she can cure him of his hikikomori disease if he will only sign a contract and agree to follow her program.
If he completes the program, Misaki assures him he will no longer be a hikikomori, but if he defaults, he must pay a fine of one million yen.
We have covered date and gift ideas, movies, music, and even food places. The Sohma family has been cursed, and every time a member of the opposite gender hugs them, they turn into one of the twelve members of the Chinese zodiac…and the cat.
I was almost desperate enough to write about the most romantic videogames (The Sims is such a romantic game—you can make people fall in love whether they like it or not). I have comiled a list of some good reads for Valentine’s Day. Tohru grows closer to the family, especially the mysterious Yuki, the hotheaded Kyo and the eccentric Shigure.
Dubbed “Kendo Girl” by others, Motoko is born into the head family of the Shinmei-ryu School of Martial Arts; a school of swordswomen who act as demon slayers and exorcists in Japan, and is next in line to inherit ownership of the school.
Principled, ethical and tolerant, she was brought up to follow traditional Japanese morals of the warrior class; meaning to follow obligation, politeness and duty.
Inspired by a lot of dating sim games (Galaxy Angel, Tokimeki Memorial, To Heart, etc) and harem or relationship-based anime (Fate/Stay Night, School Rumble, Shakugan no Shana, Zero no Tsukaima, etc), I developed a simple system to add an interesting mechanic to Sot C.
The point is, of course, to "score" points with the "girls" (or the boys, or both of them, or whatever.).