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Hikaru no Go

Hikaru no Go

While rummaging through his grandfather's possessions, Hikaru Shindo stumbles upon an old bloodstained Go board. Much to his surprise, he also finds that the board is inhabited by the spirit of Fujowara no Sai, a Go instructor to the Emperor during the Heian period... and he's going to reside in Hikaru's body! Urged on by Sai, Hikaru begins to play - albeit with no intention of playing seriously; though as Sai teaches his host about Go, he awakens both Hikaru's interest in the game as well as an innate hidden talent for it. Before long he finds himself paving his own path in the world of Go. Although Hikaru is naturally skilled, does he have what it takes to defeat his rival, Akira, without Sai's help? And will he ever be able to achieve the ultimate move known as the ‘Hand of God'?

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Cardfight!! Vanguard

Cardfight!! Vanguard

Move over, solitaire! Cardfight Vanguard is the card game that all the kids these days are playing. Using carefully prepared decks, players battle it out for fame and glory – the first to receive six damage points loses. After a bully takes Aichi's special card, the boy learns Vanguard to win it back and finds himself inexplicably drawn into the sport. Now determined to prove his skills to himself, as well as to the legendary player Toshiki Kai, Aichi climbs the ranks of Vanguard, making new friends and challenging fierce competitors along the way.

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Arachnid

Arachnid

Alice is a senior high-school student who lives with an uncle that spends his time tormenting her everyday. One day, Alice witnesses the death of her uncle by the hands of an assassin called "Kumo". She then falls unconscious, and upon waking up, she finds out that she's in Kumo's house... Now, this Alice who no longer has any family and is being raised by the assassin herself.

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Noragami: Stray God

Noragami: Stray God

Yato is a homeless god. He doesn’t even have a shrine, not to mention worshippers! So to achieve his ambitious goals, he’s set up a service to help those in need (for a small fee), hoping he’ll eventually raise enough money to build himself the lavish temple of his dreams. Of course, he can’t afford to be picky, so Yato accepts all kinds of jobs, from finding lost kittens to helping a student overcome bullies at school.

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Toumei Ningen no Hone

Toumei Ningen no Hone

At first glance, the family of Kinomiya Aya may seem quite ordinary: loving mother and father and a kind elder brother, however, appearances can be deceiving—Aya's father constantly beats her mother, scolds them for the slightest "transgressions," and commits other inappropriate deeds. Her brother spends all of his time selfishly ignoring what's right in front of him in favour of enjoying himself. Her mother is enduring it all for her children, and both mother and daughter live in constant fear of Aya's father. Because of all this, Aya envies ordinary families and the children who enjoy them. One day, after witnessing a quarrel between father and mother turn violent, Aya experiences a great deal of stress, due to which she gains the ability to turn invisible. At first, the girl indulged in her superpowers, but eventually she makes a decision that will probably make her blame herself for the rest of her life... 

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Aosora

Aosora

Three friends that all do art together, trying their hardest, but as the story progresses, the narrator begins to think that life isn't worth it and he doesn't need to try hard anymore.

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Yu-Gi-Oh!: OCG Structures

Yu-Gi-Oh!: OCG Structures

Shouma, a new kid who moved to Tokyo with his sister, learns how to make friends through Dueling and creating Structure Decks.

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Violence Family

Violence Family

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Sky Blue

Sky Blue

Kazama’s family died in a mysterious explosion when he was still young and since then, he has not been able to come to terms with their deaths or even with himself. He emotionally distances himself from everyone and his aggressive nature gets him the nick name “Real Life Combat Game Character.” Years later, Kazama, now in high school, gets close to death after a car accident. As he accepts his fate, Sky Blue enters his consciousness. Somehow related to the multicolored meteors that were seen all around the world on the same day of Kazama’s near fatal accident, Sky Blue is able to control his body. The teenage-looking Sky Blue is able to control Kazama’s body movements and even his speech. He falls for the beautiful but cold Haioka Anna and when she gets kidnapped, Sky Blue takes over Kazama’s body, unleashing enormous amounts of power and strength.

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Psychopath Kanojo to Houkaisuru Boku no Nichijou

Psychopath Kanojo to Houkaisuru Boku no Nichijou

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