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Voice Actor: Gakuto Kajiwara
A 2nd-grade student from Tensei School. He likes Shadowverse and thinks about it all the time. Never giving up when facing setbacks, his biggest weapon is his strong will.
Voice Actor: Junya Enoki
A lonely Shadowverse player who frequents the Obsidian Academy. Possesses an overwhelming power capable of subduing any opponent into retreat. She seems to be hiding some sort of secret behind her relentless search of strength.
Voice Actor: Kaede Hondo
Hiiro's classmate. A bit bothered by the fact that she is "ordinary". Afraid of ghosts and horror stories.
Voice Actor: Hayato Taya
Hiiro's classmate. Good at sports, but not so good at Shadowverse. Having 6 younger brothers and sisters, he has a naturally caring personality.
Voice Actor: Atsumi Tanezaki
A Shadowverse player who regards himself as a "super genius". He likes to predict in which turn he'll win a match, having total confidence in his abilities. Among other oddities, he calls opponents he doesn't respect by their full name
Voice Actor: Yui Ogura
A very popular idol, that everybody knows of. She is not very fond of her extreme popularity. Although keeping it a secret from others, she is a fan of ghosts and occult stuff.
Voice Actor: Yuichi Iguchi
A mysterious boy who likes to tease Hiiro. He likes to corner his opponents slowly. Who knows what secrets are hidden behind his smiley face...
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Three Episode Impressions
Hiiro is a one-trick pony and his Ignis Dragon is definitely too OP for a newbie, but we also have a lot of deus ex machina moments. That means his genki attitude and sudden Shadowverse proficiency—he didn't even own a smartphone to play Shadowverse with before the anime starts—are hard to swallow, especially when he's consistently beating one strong foe after the other. As far as we can tell, Shadowverse may not bring anything new to the table, but it delivers all you would expect from a shounen card-fighting anime.