Aruvu Rezuru: Kikaijikake no Yōseitachi

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Aruvu Rezuru: Kikaijikake no Yōseitachi
アルヴ・レズル -機械仕掛けの妖精たち-
Genre Science fiction, action, drama, mystery
Light novel
Written by Yū Yamaguchi
Published by Kodansha
Magazine BOX-AiR
Original run 2011 – ongoing
Anime film
Directed by Tatsuya Yoshihara
Written by Yū Yamaguchi
Studio Zexcs
Released March 2, 2013
Runtime 25 minutes
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Aruvu Rezuru: Kikaijikake no Yōseitachi (アルヴ・レズル -機械仕掛けの妖精たち-?, lit. "Arve Rezzle: Mechanized Fairies") is a science fiction light novel series by Yū Yamaguchi that began serialization in 2011. It is released through the electronic magazine BOX-AiR, an imprint run by Kodansha Box. In December 2011 it was selected out of 11 winners of the New Author Awards to become the first BOX-AiR series to be animated.[1] A short film adaptation (part of Anime Mirai 2013) by Zexcs debuted on March 2, 2013,[2] directed by newcomer Tatsuya Yoshihara, who was previously an episode director for Sket Dance.[3]

Plot[edit]

Set in 2022, technology has advanced to the point where the human nervous system can be seamlessly integrated into external networks thanks to nanomachines. People leave their bodies behind in water tanks while traversing through cyberspace. However, a crisis known as "Early Rapture" occurs where the system becomes overloaded, resulting in thousands of consciousnesses being lost in the network. Remu Mikage's sister Shiki is one of them, and in an attempt to look for her he visits her apartment. He encounters Shiki there, who informs him that the person he is speaking to isn't his sister, and has somehow taken over her body.

Characters[edit]

Remu Mikage
Voiced by: Jun Fukuyama
Shiki Mikage
Voiced by: Eri Kitamura

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