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Rail Wars! Episode 1 - Welcome to K4!

Takayama Naoto is a high school second-year who dreams of being a train conductor. In hopes of getting a job with Japan National Railways, one of the most stable businesses in Japan due to government support, Naoto has applied to an on-the-job training program for students.

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Welcome to K4!

Episode 1

Welcome to K4!

Let Me Stay Like This for Just a Little While

Episode 2

Let Me Stay Like This for Just a Little While

You Were Really Cool

Episode 3

You Were Really Cool

I Think I Might Like Them

Episode 4

I Think I Might Like Them

Don't Look At Me

Episode 5

Don't Look At Me

I'll Protect You

Episode 6

I'll Protect You

I Thought It Suited You

Episode 7

I Thought It Suited You

I'll Deliver It

Episode 8

I'll Deliver It

Thank You

Episode 9

Thank You

Will You Keep This a Secret?

Episode 10

Will You Keep This a Secret?

I'll Go With You

Episode 11

I'll Go With You

Everyone is Waiting

Episode 12

Everyone is Waiting

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Karasune Karasune says

Rail Wars and Toshokan Sensou (also known as Library War) are two very unusual action shows. They both have a type of "task force" that is dedicated to protecting and serving something important; rail ways and trains in Rail Wars, libraries and books in Toshokan Sensou. Rail Wars includes a good bit of ecchi while Toshokan Sensou has a romantic comedy thing going on, but if you liked the somewhat silly premise in one, you may want to check out the other.

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Rhotgeim Rhotgeim says

While Rail Wars! certainly lacks in many departments, it is very similiar to Kabaneri no Train Simulator. In Essence, Kabaneri learned to hide its flaws behind beatiful body shots and steaming engines. But to a real expert, a real train conductor, these flaws are clearly apparent.. like the difference between night and day.

In Rail Wars! our main characters are pursuing their dream to become real train staff that support our beloved iron fortresses. While it ultimately fails to introduce good music, good characters and a interesting narrative. It at least understood its purpose of showing the laymen how the worklife of a real train staff is supposed to be. I envy its honesty in trying to give viewers a realistic outlook on their lives but failing along the way to appeal to the masses.

In conclusion, watch Rail Wars! if you want a realistic take on the work of train personnel and Kabaneri of the "Iron Fortress" (jp. for Train) if you prefer a more shounen like potrayal of our godly transporting devices.