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Nôgêmu nôraifu: Zero (2017)

Adaption of the sixth Light Novel of series, it follows the story of two new characters - Riku and Shuvi - during the events of the Ancient War, prior to the 10 pledges.

Director:

Atsuko Ishizuka

Writers:

Yû Kamiya (based on the novel by), Jukki Hanada
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Credited cast:
Shannon Emerick ... Tet (voice)
Amelia Fischer Amelia Fischer ... Jibril (voice)
Caitlynn French Caitlynn French ... Schwi Dola (voice)
Scott Gibbs Scott Gibbs ... Riku Dola (voice)
Yôko Hikasa Yôko Hikasa ... Couronne (voice)
Yuka Iguchi ... Zell, Nonna (voice)
Ai Kayano Ai Kayano ... Shuvi (voice)
Rie Kugimiya ... Teto (voice)
Yoshitsugu Matsuoka Yoshitsugu Matsuoka ... Riku (voice)
Mamiko Noto Mamiko Noto ... Nilvalen / Shinku (voice)
Sara Ornelas Sara Ornelas ... Corone Dola (voice)
Miyuki Sawashiro ... Hatsuse / Izuna (voice)
Yukari Tamura Yukari Tamura ... Jibril (voice)
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The Movie following the light novel series by the same name, No Game, No Life the movie picks up on volume 6 (The TV series leaves off on the end of volume 3, but the story in Volume 6 doesn't reference the events of Volume 4 or 5, which have yet to be animated) The "One True God" Tet tells the story of Immanity's (humanity's) struggle through the Great War and how he came to be the "One True God". The lack of magic circuits in the Imannity race becomes apparent when details of the war fall into place. The true power of intellect is shown in this epic arc which acts as the prequel to the No Game, No Life universe. Written by DSiren

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Country:

Japan

Language:

Japanese

Release Date:

5 October 2017 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

No Game, No Life: Zero See more »

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Production Co:

AT-X,Frontier Works,Kadokawa See more »
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It is believed that Sora is the reincarnation of Riku, while Shiro is the reincarnation of Shuvi. Even thou, Riku is most likely Shiro and Shuvi most likely Sora in personality. See more »

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Absolutely amazing and a must watch
22 November 2018 | by adamlaswellSee all my reviews

No game no life: zero takes place 6,000 years ago in the midst of the "eternal war" where 15 gods all thought that they were the one true god. What the gods do to determine the one true god is try to kill each other. Each god created a different and somehow unique race. There are dwarves, fairies, elves, flugels, humans, warebeasts, etc. The gods gather their armies and go to war. The 2 main protagonists are Riku who is a human fighting in the war and Schwi who is an ex-machina who separated herself from the system to learn about the human heart and emotions. I say that this is a must watch because it really made me feel for the characters and I was also very entertained. The ngnl anime series was where all conflicts were solved with games. The reason for that is because this eternal war was so violent and horrific that the last god remaining had to ban all acts of violence. So I like the change from happy go lucky characters with not much to worry about to people who are aware that they could die at any moment. The fight scenes are amazing and the it also really pulls on your heartstrings. I love this movie to death and I recommend that you watch it. Watch the series first if you haven't seen that because it pretty much requires you to have at least some knowledge about the world that it takes place.


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