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6 Hentai Anime Like Kuroinu: Kedakaki Seijo wa Hakudaku ni Somaru [Recommendations]

Kuroinu: Kedakaki Seijo wa Hakudaku ni Somaru is most certainly one of the more popular hentai on the market. Since its initial release in January of 2012, many folks have been able to enjoy this series through various outlets, which has sparked great interest around the world. Because of that, it’s left many people craving something of a similar experience; that’s where this list comes into play.

While Kuroinu: Kedakaki Seijo wa Hakudaku ni Somaru isn’t exactly the bleakest hentai series out here, it certainly isn’t for vanilla purists either. This series embodies many of the best qualities that people come to expect from a fantasy hentai including, a simple story, top-notch visuals, a plethora of maidens, monsters and a foul villain. These next six anime that we’re about to present you with our series that possess some of those qualities and more.

Similar Anime to Kuroinu: Kedakaki Seijo wa Hakudaku ni Somaru

1. Mashou no Nie 3

  • Episodes: 2
  • Aired: Jun. 2016 – Dec. 2016

Mashou no Nie 3 is based on the erotic game by Liquid. The story takes place in Austria where Iris and Mireille von Austria rule. Iris and Mireille were deceived by their subordinate, Claus and were overthrown by the remorseless pirate’s onslaught. This led to the royalties capture. Claus, or better known as Vanclad, has devious intentions for both the queen and princess. With the combined effort of Vanclad and his partners in crime, Vanclad looks to satisfy his vendetta by punishing and humiliating the royalty.

We felt we should start with a series that’s not very old in Mashou no Nie 3. What immediately made us think of Mashou no Nie 3 when we were coming up with a list was the story. Both series stories aren’t too far apart when you think about it. They both utilize villains and their henchmen to travel to foreign lands and try to capture territory from female royalty.

Of course, when it comes to invasion of territories, one of the first things that both series introduce is the capturing and enslaving of females in higher power. These perverted men and monsters focus less on killing and more on turning females into their own sex slaves. As with both of these series, they also present us with situations where one female offer to take the pressure off the other by offering her body up in order to “save” the other. It’s hentai though, so we know how far that noble act goes.


2. Ikusa Otome Valkyrie (Ride of the Valkyrie)

  • Episodes: 2
  • Aired: Dec. 2004 – Jan. 2005

The pure and noble female fighter, Valkyrie is one of Odin’s most trusted warriors. She’s a cut above the rest in terms of fighting skills and had no equal on the battlefield. The source of Valkyrie’s immense power is from the ring she proudly wears. Unfortunately, Valkyrie found herself in a less than desirable position with her adversaries, thanks in large part to a betrayal from the goddess known as Freya. Stripped of her ring and weapons, Valkyrie finds herself in the clutches of evil. The demons are unforgiving, leaving her purity to hang in the balance.

Immediately without having to even watch a second of Ikusa Otome Valkyrie, it should be apparent that the high fantasy theme is present in this series. This, of course, can offer a tremendous amount of similarities on the theme alone. The use of medieval weaponry, magic, castles, and monsters, would best describe both Kuroinu: Kedakaki Seijo wa Hakudaku ni Somaru and Ikusa Otome Valkyrie.

Some of the more interesting scenes offered in Kuroinu: Kedakaki Seijo wa Hakudaku ni Somaru takes place outside in front of many helpless spectators. This was one of the driving forces as to why we selected Ikusa Otome Valkyrie since numerous important scenes took place in front of townsfolk while the females were used as tools of lust. The females in the higher power in both series were often seen bound or imprisoned by these heinous monsters and were brought to their breaking point to satisfy these vile creatures.


3. Himekishi Lilia

  • Episodes: 6
  • Aired: Jun. 2006 – Jul. 2010

Himekishi Lilia tells a fantasy driven tale about a princess named Lilia who is destined to become the new leader of her kingdom. However, not everybody is willing to accept that scenario and her defiant brother, Dirk, has his own agenda. Dirk makes a pact with a demon in order to capture Lilia and extract the holy energy that she possesses. In order to do that, Dirk will have to get Lilia to reach her highest level of sexual ecstasy. Dirk captures their own mother and threatens her very life if Lilia doesn’t comply with Dirk’s corrupt ambitions.

Himekishi Lilia compares remarkably well with Kuroinu: Kedakaki Seijo wa Hakudaku ni Somaru, and it all starts with the theme. The high fantasy theme plays strongly throughout both of these series. In Himekishi Lilia there’s magic, castles, medieval weaponry and various archaic devices. It’s all very much the same in Kuroinu: Kedakaki Seijo wa Hakudaku ni Somaru making these two series very compatible with each other.

In addition to their fantasy theme, there’s also a common bond between the two, in regards to public orgies. Lilia gets thrown into the public eye in grand fashion, on a stage locked up and proceeds to be intensely penetrated by many males. The same can be said about the dark elf Cloe who’s also exposed as being a slave to the monsters in villainous ways. Finally, both of these bleak series showcase pregnancy and rather strange birth scenes that aren’t for the faint of heart.


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4. Elf Hime Nina

  • Episodes: 3
  • Aired: Oct. 2010 – May 2012

The story of Elf Hime Nina showcases a rivalry between brothers and an elven princess named Nina. After Kyle and six others disposed of the evil overlord, he was thought to have inherited the throne of the kingdom. That wasn’t the case, however. Kyle’s younger brother Syll was afforded that privilege, but it didn’t last long as Kyle stole the throne in a devious plot that seen Syll almost murdered in the process. Ever the opportunist, Kyle, sets his sights on Nina, who happens to be in love with Syll.

Elf Hime Nina marks the second of three in a row from the hentai producer Pixy. This should really come as no surprise since Pixy is best known for their gangbang and monster series. While we’re on the topic of gangbang and monsters, we might as well point out how Kuroinu: Kedakaki Seijo wa Hakudaku ni Somaru expertly utilizes both of these characters and situations. Both series feature grotesque monsters that ultimately have their way with the leading females in these two series.

If monsters aren’t your thing, then you might be pleased to know that elves are heavily present in both of these comparable hentai. The two main females of Elf Hime Nina factor in all of the h-scenes. While not as consistent, Kuroinu: Kedakaki Seijo wa Hakudaku ni Somaru also uses two elves to satisfy that elf fetish for some. There’s more to these elves than meets the eye, Miria from Elf Hime Nina attempts to undermine Kyle in an act of betrayal. Likewise, the evil general Volt is most certainly not known for his noble tactics as he besieged the dark elves castle and used them as sex slaves once he conquered the kingdom.


5. Ikusa Otome Suvia

  • Episodes: 4
  • Aired: Dec. 2007 – Aug. 2009

Ikusa Otome Suvia is about how the Valkyries failed to save the Norse god, Odin and he’s now being held captive in the land of the dead by the trickster, Loki. In order for his sinister dreams to come true, Loki must find two keys that are well protected in the presence of two powerful Valkyrie’s, Sigurd and Suvia. With some of the Valkyries fallen and becoming sex slaves for these demonic beings, it’s only a matter of time before Sigurd and Suvia fall victim to Loki’s insatiable desires.

Ikusa Otome Suvia features two strong female characters that go through a lot of torture and sexual domination. Little by little, the two Valkyries are put through the grinder and eventually crack under the pressure. Mindbreak is a very common theme in hentai and Kuroinu: Kedakaki Seijo wa Hakudaku ni Somaru just so happens to include that as well. It comes way by the creator of the Order of Chivalry, Celestine. Ultimately she bends to the cruel general Volt after much debauchery.

As with Kuroinu: Kedakaki Seijo wa Hakudaku ni Somaru, Ikusa Otome Suvia also prominently takes place in a world where fantasy rules all. Savage beasts and heinous villains lead the charge against kingdoms. As is the case with fantasy-themed hentai, dungeons happen to play a large role. Both of these series conveyed that perfectly, with females of power being used and abused, much to the delight of these vile antagonists. Whether these ladies suffered from corrupt humans or one-eyed orcs, these prisoners had no choice but to accept their fate.


6. Princess Knight☆Catue

  • Episodes: 3
  • Aired: Jun. 2010 – Nov. 2011

The story of Princess Knight☆Catue shares a deceitful story about the Monster Battalion waging war on the surface dwellers, known as humans. The savage general Ginyol, leader of the demon army took it upon himself to devise a master plan in order to manipulate the lifeblood of the Dragundaala clan. Ginyol besieged the Dragundaala kingdom and captured the king and queen who happen to be the father and mother of Catue. In order for the dragon knight Catue to get her parents back and save her country, she’s going to have to endure seven days of sexual slavery from Ginyol.

Last, but certainly not least, is Princess Knight☆Catue. We felt that this series had a very similar atmosphere and theme to Kuroinu: Kedakaki Seijo wa Hakudaku ni Somaru. At this point, we sound like a broken record, but it must be said, that both of these series utilize the fantasy theme perfectly. You really feel like you’ve been taken back to a darker time, where nearly any monster or animal can coexist in those worlds. Princess Knight☆Catue features dragons for goodness sake!

Speaking of dragons, some of the dragons that are showcased in Princess Knight☆Catue are actually Catue’s fiancé Jin and various other family members. As the title of the hentai would indicate, Catue is indeed a princess and both her mom and fiancé get humiliated by the forces of evil. In the same vein that some of the female characters in Kuroinu: Kedakaki Seijo wa Hakudaku ni Somaru get sexually degraded. Of course, when it comes to royalty and a blossomed kingdom it’s only natural for some disgraceful enemy to show up and try to take over that kingdom. That’s very much the plotline for both of these series and that’s what led us to compare these two grim hentai.


Final Thoughts

Not everyone is looking for the same content or genres when it comes to hentai, but we feel that Kuroinu: Kedakaki Seijo wa Hakudaku ni Somaru transcends genres. It can be enjoyed by nearly any fan of hentai. Ultimately, quality will shine through, and Kuroinu: Kedakaki Seijo wa Hakudaku ni Somaru is indeed a quality hentai.

Now that we’ve come to the conclusion of this list, we’d like to hear from you folks. We’re there any series that we failed to mention? Did we introduce you to any new series that you otherwise would have never found? Let us know in the comments below!

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Author: Kain

My hobbies include writing, video games and sports. I consider myself to be a hybrid-nerd. When I am not writing, you can find me watching anime and enjoying all facets of horror. I have a serious devotion to the Dead or Alive series and Final Fantasy IV. Oh, I would love to travel to Japan one day!

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