When it comes to searching for the next series to watch, everyone's selection process is different. As we check the daily horoscopes for some guidance, we come across signs that give us a helpful direction to our next choice. A Scorpio may find an anime appealing if it has a character that is strong-willed because that is one of their traits. Scorpios are also intelligent, driven and passionate. In the limelight, a Scorpio effortlessly knows how to stand out in the crowd, charming anyone who pays attention. Unfortunately, a Scorpio can be ruthless climbing towards success and will not share their thoughts so willingly.
The duration of Scorpio is from October 23 – November 21. Scorpio's element is Water so people under this sign can be described as fluid, flowing, and wavering, especially when it comes to their emotions. Scorpio's symbol is a Scorpion and its stinger. The scorpion's characteristics show that it is powerful, intense, and controlling. Scorpios are goal chasers, perhaps obsessive when it comes to causes worth fighting for. A Scorpio can seem intimidating, but underneath the secrecy, they're very loyal and dedicated.
With that being said, we at Honey's want to share what we believe people under the Scorpio sign would watch. We've got some interesting titles for you!
1. Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo! (KonoSuba: God's Blessing on This Wonderful World!)
- Episodes: 10
- Aired: Jan 14, 2016 to Mar 17, 2016
Kazuma Satou is a young and reclusive teenager who suffers a most embarrassing death. Upon arriving in the afterlife, he meets a deity named Aqua who provides the option of being transported to a fantasy world rather than reincarnated in the old one. Given the option to bring one thing with him, Kazuma opts to take Aqua herself. Yet upon their arrival, he uncovers how tragically unskilled she is. Now they are bound together to succeed in this new world.
The curiosity of Scorpios is immeasurable, they are skilled at the art of investigating. Scorpios’ desire to get to the bottom of things heightens because they want to be in control of their destiny. KonoSuba is a humorous adventure and fantasy isekai anime. Scorpios don't know the meaning of the word "quit" and that means they often have successful outcomes.
2. Hai to Gensou no Grimgar (Grimgar: Ashes and Illusions)
- Episodes: 12
- Aired: January 2016 – March 2016
Hai to Gensou no Grimgar accounts the tale of a group of strangers who, without any recollection of their prior lives, are stranded with the resolve of participating as soldiers in the Reserve Army. Their responsibility in this battle is to eliminate any threat to their new world called Grimgar. Unfamiliar with their surroundings and forced to become warriors, their gamelike environment becomes a real life-or-death situation when our soldiers are dealt with no do-overs or game reset.
Grimgar portrays the elements of beauty and despair as our characters are depicted heroically and virtuously. Scorpios may find this anime to their liking because their strengths include determination, passion, and motivation. Grimgar offers a unique story followed by a riveting message to ponder on. As such, the Scorpio’s inquisitive nature will enjoy this series.
3. Kaze no Tani no Nausicaä (Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind)
- Episodes: 1
- Aired: March 11, 1984
Taking place in the distant future, Kaze no Tani no Nausicaä captures the story of a civilization still suffering from the aftershock of a nuclear catastrophe. Although a resilient society, the result of the "Seven Days of Fire" remains threatening to their world because the ecosystem has drastically transformed the region into a destructive force bent on consuming the rest of humanity. At the edge of this dangerous jungle rests a peaceful farming kingdom known as the "Valley of the Wind." Kind and captivating, Princess Nausicaä is hard at work trying to keep hostiles at bay, in all forms, for her Valley to remain undisturbed and tranquil.
Loyal and unafraid, Scorpios would align with Princess Nausicaä. Their resourcefulness comes in handy as the setting shows that the world she lives in is emerging from instability. Being adaptable comes in handy for Scorpios, especially when something so catastrophic has occurred.
4. JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 5: Ougon no Kaze (Jojo's Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind)
- Episodes: 29
- Aired: October 2018 – July 2019
The JoJo's Bizarre Adventure series starts with Dario Brando saving George Joestar, a nobleman. When Dario passes, his son Dio is fatherless, and George feels obligated to take him in. However, Dio is unsatisfied with his life. In an attempt to make himself feel better, Dio plans to take the Joestar estate.
Shifting to Part 5: Golden Wind, the year is 2001 in Naples, Italy. We are introduced to Giorno, Dio's son. Even though he looks like a thug, Giorno doesn't like to associate with gangsters and that scene. In fact, Giorno led a great cause that resulted in the dissolution of Italy's largest gang, Passione. Operating from the inside, Giorno fights the mafia in hope that the streets can finally be cleared of criminals. Friends under Scorpio would find Giorno's heroics admirable because he's the "bad villain" turned "good guy hero." Giorno sets an extremely difficult goal to accomplish, but he does so with gusto because he knows he's going to succeed, fighting all sorts of people possessing a Stand. In Golden Wind, we learn that a Scorpio can be your bestie or worst enemy.
Forthright and honest, Scorpios are always able to say exactly what's on their mind! However, Scorpio or not, what do you think? Do you agree or disagree with our picks? We would love to hear your ideas! Thanks and see ya!