Humans have created many stories. Joy, sadness, anger, deep emotion. Stories shake our emotions, and fascinate us. However, these are only the thoughts of bystanders. But what if the characters in the story have "intentions"? To them, are we god-like existences for bringing their story into the world? Our world is changed. Mete out punishment upon the realm of the gods. In Re:CREATORS, everyone becomes a Creator.
Episode 1x22; Sep 16, 2017
1x21: The World for Two
1x20: Before the Echoes Disappear
1x19: Wrapped in Kindness
1x18: All of Us Are Incomplete
1x17: The Rain's Rhythm Shoots Down on the World's Roof
1x16: "This Is the Actual Beginning, Isn't It?"
1x15: Waves Approach the End of Wandering
1x14: Why We Travel
Sora Amamiya as Rui Kanoya
Rie Murakawa as Mamika Kirameki
Minako Kotobuki as Shunme Shugawa
Ayumi Tsunematsu as Aki Kikujibara
Mikako Komatsu as Celejia Yupitilia
Atsushi Ono as Blitz Tokar
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