Synopsis: Eleven young hearts with eleven dreams. Deep in their hearts, each girl has a secret dream of love and sadness. They meet together at Acropolis Tower to see if their dreams will come true. Imagine what happens when eleven average girls with eleven special talents join together to make the world a better place.
After reading the synopsis, seeing the cover art, and finding this anime listed in various yuri clubs on MyAnimeList, I kind of expected Seraphim Call to be some sort of fantasy/sci-fi/magical girl drama about all these girls that come together to soothe the hearts of others. Well, I was way off. It’s not like that at all. Instead of something with the ethereal tone of Haibane Renmei, I got ten separate stories spanning everything from a female tech genius with a severe phobia of men to a childish girl who’s always talking to her stuffed animals. The stories and characters don’t really intertwine, but one thing they do have in common is that they’re just not that enjoyable.