Tokyo, 2030. A high-frequency resonance is suddenly heard in a suburban area, and at the same time, the entire town is shrouded in a red mist. All living things that hear the sounds, human and animal alike, lose consciousness. The phenomenon is assumed to be an unidentified virus, so due to fear of a spreading epidemic, Tokyo is blocked off from the rest of the country. About six months later, all the people who had lost consciousness awaken as if nothing ever happened. However, strange incidents start happening on that same day, and the city becomes engulfed by a chain of cruel destinies.
Our Lives are the Debt We Pay Our Enemies
You Don’t Know Who I Am Yet
Who Set Fire to an Old Conflict?
Why Do I Love My Despised Enemy
Today’s Dark Destiny Will Hang Over the Future
Bright Lights Suit A Dark Heart
Please Join Our Hands With the Holy Words
Excruciating Sadness Can Be Cured by Other Anguish
Sometimes People Become Cheerful When Faced With Death
My Soul Calls My Name
The Delicate Flower Bud is Both Medicine and Poison
The World Is Vast and Infinite
In the intrest of saving you time. Watch eth first episode then drop the series. It never gets any better then what you see there and the episodes continusly get off track and pintless each episode there after with teh final one jamed with a terrible attempt at a ending. The series started being painful to watch at episode 5+ Guilty crown is a better anime then this and I suggest you watch it over this one.
I don't know if I'm just stupid but I, being 12 episodes in, am extremely confused. As this anime reveals many items that seem crucial to the story, it isn't clear as to whether the state of confusion is a plot point to help it's audience relate to the main character, or if they are trying to convey a very vague plot.
so, the title drew me to this "lord of vermillion" is a wonderful name, but that's about the only compliment I'll throw to this dumpster fire of a show, the characters remind me of crab paste, the animation is choppy enough to sell illegal tobacco and the story is incomprehensible and paper thin at the same time somehow.
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