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From the New World is a Japanese novel by Yusuke Kishi, originally published in by Set in Japan years after the modern era, Shin Sekai Yori follows the life of . After the timeskip, Satoru becomes Shun's boyfriend, but he starts dating .. 22, "Tokyo" . "First Trailer for From the New World Streamed Online". Shin Sekai Yori (TV Series –) on IMDb: Movies, TV, Celebs, and more 19 out of 22 found this helpful. Was this Shin Sekai Yori (From the New World). Shin Sekai Yori – From the New World - an English translation of the novel. My best A-1 Pictures to date. January 6, at pm . Out of the PDF, epub, and online version, which one is the most recent updated one, preferably.
A1 pictures out stood themselves again in the Backgrounds Dept. The backgrounds are extremely gorgeous to look at; effects and animation are well above mediocre. Just wow to all the creatures we encounter other than humans and queerats.
The color selection fit perfectly and beautifully brings the New World concept to life. Indubitably deserves to be watched in p or more.
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The characters in their entirety do a great job in painting the manufactured mentality and traits native to the people years from now. You'll doubt their authenticity, their feelings, pity their helpless state and still be able to relate to a degree, for they are at core still humans like us.
Again, this is something that the viewers should see for themselves. If you're familiar with Harry Potter franchise, Queerats look similar to Dobby, but more disfigured and fat with further diversities as well. Squealer is one of those queerats and plays a significant role in the later half yet main plot of Shinsekai Yori by assuming the personification of 'Resistance' against the atrocities of the Powerful. It blends so well into the setting and environment that I couldn't help being mesmerized by it.
I remember watching the first episode again and again just to hear that and the first ED 'Wareta Ringo'. Voice actors did an incredible job, I don't know how but Hanazawa Kana-san's voice always gets me.
I personally enjoyed Shinsekai Yori way more than I'd initially expected. The entire run had a consistent dark atmosphere, which contributed in keeping the tension. This is unquestionably a rare gem among the current trend in Japanese animation industry and is not something one should overlook. Sure there are downfalls like the slow pace in initial episodes, few dry episodes in the middle, minuscule amount of homosexual themes that can irrationally put some viewers off, perhaps some sloppy facial animation now and then, but in the bigger picture Shinsekai Yori more than makes up for the flaws and to me it's no less than something close to masterpiece.
That being said, Shinsekai Yori is not a show for everyone but do try it and decide for yourself. Some time later, Mamoru mysteriously runs away from home and Saki, Maria and Satoru take advantage of a break in classes to look for him.
They also meet Squonk, a Monster Rat who Saki saved from drowning years before, who has just saved Mamoru's life. Mamoru reveals to them that he left the village in fear because he has been followed for some time an Impure Cat and was led to the location near the courtyard by his teacher, signs that the Board of Education decided to dispose of him. Saki is grilled by the Board of Education but is released after Tomiko again intervenes on her behalf.
Tomiko reveals that the members of Group 1 were selected for special treatment since childhood.
They have been spared most of the hypnotic conditioning and memory alteration that is routinely used to instill obedience and docility. Tomiko predicts that the Board will order the destruction of both Mamoru and Maria, but says she can delay this for three days.
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Saki and Satoru head off to try to bring the others back before this deadline. She awakens beside Satoru in a cabin at the Robber Fly village, where they are reunited with Squealer, who has now taken the name Yakomaru. As the two are brought before the Monster Rats' queen, they learn from Squealer that the Robber Fly society has greatly advanced since their last meeting, and are now part of a strong confederation of colonies, but the two are shocked when they find that the queen was restrained and lobotomized by her own children.
Squealer claims that it was all for the good of the colony, by containing the frenzied queen while preserving her capacity to reproduce. The concrete houses and other technology the colony now employs lead Satoru to believe that the Robber Fly colony has captured a False Minoshiro and accessed the knowledge it holds. Doubting Yakomaru's true intentions, the pair is escorted by him and his soldiers to the nest of the Goat Moth colony, where Squonk lives, to ask him about the whereabouts of their missing friends.
After Yakomaru calls to them with no answer, a skirmish begins between the two parties until Satoru uses his power to stop them. Finally reunited with Squonk, Saki receives from him a letter left behind by Maria before she departed with Mamoru to parts unknown. Despite Maria's instructions, and with only a day left, Saki and Satoru continue to search for them. As hope dwindles, Saki begins to experience bizarre and troubling nightmares of a faceless boy who tells her not to aid in her friends' escape, and that Maria has to die.
She is visited at work by Satoru, bringing news of an unprovoked attack among the Monster Rats, whose colonies are now divided into two large alliances. Kiroumaru and Yakomaru, the leaders of the opposing alliances, are summoned to be questioned about the incident, but with both leaders exchanging accusations, no conclusion is reached and some time later, the conflict between both parties escalates into a war. In the first battle, Kiroumaru's Giant Hornet army defeats their opponents, which for some reason did not include members of the main enemy colony, the Robber Flies, led by Yakomaru.
Some time later, Saki is visited by Satoru again who informs her that the Giant Hornets were annihilated.
Episode 22: Tokyo
The council decides unanimously to wipe out the Robber Fly colony. Shisei Kaburagi, the security council advisor and a powerful monk, suspects that Maria and Mamoru are behind the attack, but Tomiko dismisses this with the revelation that Maria and Mamoru's bones were recovered and DNA testing proved that both of them are dead.
This news shocks Saki, who Satoru later comforts. Despite some concerns over the matter with the Monster Rats and one councilmember's desire to postpone it, a planned summer festival is held in the village. On the night of the festival, the Monster Rats stage a surprise attack on the village. Satoru and Saki are caught in the commotion but they are saved by Kaburagi, who uses his great telekinetic powers to drive away the enemy.
With many casualties and the village in state of emergency after the attack, Tomiko swears she will make Yakomaru pay dearly for his treason. As they arrive, they find the hospital destroyed. After clearing the place of the Monster Rats and rescuing the few survivors, the party is attacked by an unknown individual who kills everyone in its path with an overwhelming power.
Fearing that the enemy in question may be an Ogre, the other members of the party decide to sacrifice themselves to let Saki and Satoru to escape and warn the others. However, as they flee along the river, the duo soon realize that they are being followed by the enemy. They continue on to the village in order to warn the townspeople, but come across a mutant fish that attacks them, blowing itself up in a suicide attack. Saki is blown away by the explosion and separated from Satoru. While in midair, she has a flashback of her parting with Shun, although still she cannot remember his name or face.
When she lands, she is attacked by flying boulders and fears the Ogre has found her until her attacker reveals himself as a young boy, who mistook her for a Monster Rat. They continue to the village, which is now in shambles with many dead or injured. The canals have been drained in order to prevent the mutant fish from accessing the town, but Saki wonders if this was Yakomaru's attempt at cutting off their only means of transportation.
She finds an injured Tomiko, who refuses to believe that an Ogre is on the loose. She tells Saki to find the Security Council and warn the others, while she stays behind. Saki protests, but Tomiko formally requests that she take charge of the Ethics Committee, and that it is now her duty to protect the town. Saki departs the hospital, leaving Tomiko behind.
But the Ogre approaches, killing many humans as it comes to confront Kaburagi. Saki sees the Ogre and is shocked by its resemblance to Maria. Satoru appears and tells Saki and Niimi that they have to leave as soon as possible, since even Kaburagi cannot kill an Ogre.
Though Kaburagi manages to evade the Ogre's first attack, she kills him. Saki and the others run, confronting a Monster Rat along the way who tells them that the Monster Rat race will now be the new rulers, and that their "Messiah", the Ogre, was sent from the heavens to save them.
They kill the Rat, and Niimi tells them he must leave them and go to the Town Hall. Saki and Satoru make it to the Temple of Purity, where they learn that Saki's parents have already been there and plan to release the remaining Impure Cats upon the Ogre. They also meet up with Inui, who tells them about his group's failed mission to dispose of the Robber Fly colony and his first encounter with the Ogre.
When he made it back to the village alone following his group's death, he found the hospital burned down and all the human infants stolen. It is then that Saki realizes that Yakomaru killed Maria and Mamoru, took their child, and raised it to become an Ogre. He plans to do the same with the stolen infants, creating an army of Ogres that will wipe the humans off the face of the Earth and bring rise to a Monster Rat empire.
Saki receives a package and a letter from her mother in which she learns of an ancient weapon called the "Psychobuster", devised by normal humans to kill psychics.
Saki and Satoru visit the imprisoned Kiroumaru, who offers them his help in finding the weapon's location, and the trio depart with Inui to the desert ruins of Tokyo to search for the Psychobuster. However, they fail to bypass the Monster Rats' blockades undetected and soon after arriving in the dangerous wasteland, they learn Yakomaru, his army, and the Ogre have followed them there.
They split into two groups: One group with Satoru and Kiroumaru to drive away their pursuers and the other group with Saki and Inui to retrieve the submarine so that can continue their mission through the river.
While making their way to the Psychobuster, they were attacked by a giant ragworm.