The three neko gang are seen sitting around lazily as one would expect of a neko – they then begin to discuss the life of Nyalikai, the angelic winged neko from the heavens. Sameowrai questions how Nyalikai was exiled from the heavens which prompts Nyalikai to explain in the form of a play.
Out of nowhere a puppet stand is propped out and Nyanpire begins to play the role of Nyalikai, accompanied by Sameowrai who takes on the role of neko in distress. Nyanpire and Sameowrai remain entirely silent as Nyalikai narrates the heart breaking tale whilst they act it out.
Long ago when Nyalikai was still amongst the skies in heaven, he came across a fair nyan-maiden who approached him troubled as she is seemingly being coerced into marriage with a monkey for no understandable purpose. Nyalikai then takes it upon himself to rescue the maiden by offering his own “loving services”, stating his deep crazed love for her – and thus the two engage in some apparently “18+ adult content”.
Little did Nyalikai know, that monkey was the highest ranking authority in heaven and as such he was banished down to the disgusting Earth. The tale of romnyance then ends and the real Nyalikai points out the entire story he was narrating was fictional.
The “lock and load” styled rapid succession of gags in this series is simply spectacular – likewise with the other short series this season Morita-san wa Mukuchi, Nyanpire takes advantage of its short run to fire as many comically inclined scenes as it can which would normally have no place in a full length series. Not to mention, Nyanpire obviously makes use of the fact that all the characters are cats to coin funny terms like “romnyance”.