Brynhildr In The Darkness

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Brynhildr in the Darkness (Japanese: 極黒のブリュンヒルデ, Hepburn: Gokukoku no Buryunhirude, lit. "Extreme-Black Brynhildr") is a Japanese science fiction manga series written and illustrated by Lynn Okamoto that began serialization in Shueisha's seinen manga magazine Weekly Young Jump in January 2012. An anime television adaptation by Arms aired between April 6, 2014 and June 29, 2014.

Anime[edit | edit source]

Episode 8[edit | edit source]

The lab receives reports about #1107, #7620, and a high school boy (Ryōta) aiding them. Chisato's assistant, Kurofuku, goes to pinpoint their location with the witch, Nanami Tokō, making her appearance. She uses her ability to scan and modify people's memory.

Episode 9[edit | edit source]

Nanami demonstrates her ability to scan and modify people's memory and has Kurofuku buy her sweets for her cooperation. She found Ryōta when crossing with Kitsuka. Nanami then alters Kurofuku's memory of her existence for the time being. She wants to enjoy herself in the outside world more, and then later manipulates Kitsuka to lure Ryōta to her. Nanami scans Ryōta and learns of the observatory and the girls. Shocked that Nanami saw through him, Ryōta tries to convince Nanami that there is hope for her to live on her own. Disbelieving, Nanami erases Ryōta's memory and leaves. However, Ryōta appears unaffected due to his photographic memory and alerts the girls. They then make the decision to end the conflict peacefully with Nanami. After staying at a hotel, Nanami tries to socialize with people but doesn't how to make friends. Ryōta, Neko, and Kotori (all wearing sunglasses) find her at a park and try once more to befriend her. Neko takes off her glasses to persuade Nanami, but she alters Neko's memory to attack Ryōta and Kotori. When Neko remarks Nanami as a 'friend' she realizes her wrongdoing and undoes her magic. Nanami finally decides to go with them. Kurofuku eventually regains knowledge of what's going on.

Episode 10[edit | edit source]

Nanami erases the girls' memories of her so that they would not have to suffer from her death, except Ryōta and Kogorō.

Manga[edit | edit source]

Chapters 29,30,31,32,33,34,35,36,37,38[edit | edit source]

Like Anime, Nanami demonstrates her ability to scan and modify people's memory until her death.