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Alderamin on the Sky
Alderamin on the Sky
(ねじ巻き精霊戦記 天鏡のアルデラミン, Nejimaki Seirei Senki: Tenkyō no Aruderamin, lit. "Wind-Up Spirit Chronicles: Alderamin on the Sky") is a Japanese light novel series, written by Bokuto Uno and illustrated by Sanbasō (volumes 1-5) and Ryūtetsu (volume 6 onwards). A manga based on the series, written by Taiki Kawakami, is published in Dengeki Daioh. An anime adaptation produced by Madhouse and directed by Tetsuo Ichimura premiered on July 9, 2016.

Contents

1 Characters 2 Media

2.1 Light novels

2.1.1 Volumes

2.2 Manga

2.2.1 Volumes

2.3 Anime

2.3.1 Episode list

3 Reception 4 Notes 5 References 6 External links

Characters[edit]

Ikta Solork (イクタ・ソローク, Ikuta Sorōku) Voiced by: Nobuhiko Okamoto,[2] MAO (childhood) (Japanese); Joel McDonald (Adult),[3] Terri Doty (childhood) (English) Spirit: Light Spirit Kus (voiced by Eri Suzuki (Japanese), Clifford Chapin (English))[3] The main protagonist of the series. Even though he is an extremely intelligent war strategist, he abhors war and despises being assigned as a soldier, due to what happened to his father Bada Sankrei. He is quite frank and has no trouble voicing his opinions (which are usually pessimistic but truthful), however aggravating it may be. Slothful by nature, he has a habit of ending battles in the most convenient way possible. He enjoys chasing after older women, primarily Haroma and hates handsome men.

Yatorishino Igsem (ヤトリシノ・イグセム, Yatorishino Igusemu) Voiced by: Risa Taneda[2] (Japanese); Caitlin Glass
Caitlin Glass
(Adult),[3] Alison Viktorin (childhood) (English) Spirit: Flame Spirit Shia (voiced by Haruka Yamazaki) The main female protagonist of the series. Due to a deal made between her and Ikta, both have become companions since their academy days. She has bright red hair. She wields a sword and a main gauche when fighting, though she uses the parrying dagger in a much more offensive style. She is extremely loyal to the Kingdom and will immediately attack Ikta should he overstep his bounds while complaining about the kingdom to a higher up.

Chamille Kitra Katvarnmaninik (シャミーユ・キトラ・カトヴァンマニニク, Shamīyu Kitora Katovanmaniniku) Voiced by: Inori Minase[2] (Japanese); Megan Shipman (English)[3] Third princess of the imperial family. She joins Ikta's group after he rescues her from drowning. She understands how intelligent Ikta is and how he hides it with his laziness. She holds him in high regard, not just for his intelligence but for his outspoken personality as well, something many lack. She hates how the country is in the latter part of its decline and she wants to destroy it, so it can start over again. She enlists Ikta's help for this as all the others either lack the intelligence, like Torway or Matthew, or are too loyal to the country to destroy it even if it's for the better, like Yatorishino.

Torway Remion (トルウェイ・レミオン, Toruwei Remion) Voiced by: Ryōsuke Kanemoto[2] (Japanese); Austin Tindle (English)[3] Spirit: Wind Spirit Safi An academy graduate who meets Ikta and the others on the ship before the exam. He is revealed to be extremely proficient with guns, and can easily hit a target from afar. However he cannot hit a close up target as he cannot view them objectively. Ikta suggests that he pick off the enemy from far as possible so that he cannot see them clearly enough to view them as human, which works very well. Torway loves to nickname people, usually his male friends, even though Ikta is really against it. He uses an air spirit.

Matthew Tetdrich (マシュー・テトジリチ, Mashū Tetojirichi) Voiced by: Junji Majima[2] (Japanese); Shawn Gann (English)[3] Spirit: Wind Spirit Tsuu Ikta's and Yatorishino's classmate in the academy. The three meet each other again in the ship heading for the army exam. His family, Tetdrich, is part of a minor noble family that has a low recognition. He desires to make his family better known. Since Yatorishino and Torway are part of more recognized noble families he sees them as great rivals and often compares himself to them, hoping to beat them one day. He often engages in chess games with all the characters in an attempt to improve his ability of thinking strategically.

Haroma Becker (ハローマ・ベッケル, Harōma Bekkeru) Voiced by: Haruka Chisuga[2] (Japanese); Leah Clark (English)[3] Spirit: Water Spirit Miru A nurse who meets Ikta and the others on the ship before their army exam. She is considered very beautiful by Ikta who often flirts with her, which leaves her flustered. She has four younger brothers as stated by her, whom she wants to take care of. She wants to be a nurse in the army, and often takes care of the group.

Media[edit] Light novels[edit] Bokuto Uno began publishing the light novels with illustrations by Sanbasō under ASCII Media Works' Dengeki Bunko imprint in June 2012.[1][4] After Sanbasō began suffering from poor health, Ryūtetsu took over illustrating the series, starting with the sixth novel.[1] Volumes[edit]

No. Japanese release date Japanese ISBN

1 June 10, 2012[5] ISBN 978-4-04-886559-3

2 November 10, 2012[6] ISBN 978-4-04-886988-1

3 April 10, 2013[7] ISBN 978-4-04-891533-5

4 September 10, 2013[8] ISBN 978-4-04-891906-7

5 March 8, 2014[9] ISBN 978-4-04-866437-0

6 October 10, 2014[10] ISBN 978-4-04-869011-9

7 March 10, 2015[11] ISBN 978-4-04-869336-3

8 October 10, 2015[12] ISBN 978-4-04-865456-2

9 April 9, 2016[13] ISBN 978-4-04-865879-9

10 July 9, 2016[14] ISBN 978-4-04-892196-1

11 November 10, 2016[15] ISBN 978-4-04-892471-9

12 July 7, 2017[16] ISBN 978-4-04-893219-6

13 December 9, 2017[17] ISBN 978-4-04-893517-3

Manga[edit] A manga adaptation by Taiki Kawakami began serialization in the July 2014 issue of ASCII Media Works
ASCII Media Works
imprint Dengeki Comics' seinen manga magazine Dengeki Maoh
Dengeki Maoh
on May 27, 2014.[1][18] Volumes[edit]

No. Japanese release date Japanese ISBN

1 October 10, 2014[19] ISBN 978-4-04-866915-3

2 March 10, 2015[20] ISBN 978-4-04-869237-3

3 October 10, 2015[21] ISBN 978-4-04-865435-7

4 March 10, 2016[22] ISBN 978-4-04-865843-0

5 July 9, 2016[23] ISBN 978-4-04-892137-4

Anime[edit] An anime adaptation was announced at the Dengeki Bunko Autumn Festival 2015 on October 4, 2015.[1] The adaptation was later revealed to be a television series in the December issue of Kodansha's Monthly Shōnen Sirius magazine on October 26, 2015.[24] A trailer for the series was released during the Dengeki Bunko Haru no Saiten 2016 event on March 13, 2016.[25] The series is directed by Tetsuo Ichimura and written by Shogo Yasukawa, with animation by the studio Madhouse. Kunio Katsuki provides the character designs for the anime, while Yoshikazu Iwanami serves as the series' sound director.[26][27] Keiji Inai is composing the music for the anime.[25] The opening theme, "Tenkyō no Alderamin" (天鏡のアルデラミン, "Alderamin on the Sky") by Kisida Kyoudan & The Akebosi Rockets, while the ending theme is "nameless" by Kano.[4][28] The series premiered on July 9, 2016[a] on Tokyo MX. It will then air on KBS Kyoto, Sun TV, TV Aichi, and BS Fuji on July 11, and on AT-X on July 12.[29][30] Crunchyroll
Crunchyroll
is simulcasting the series on their website.[31] The anime will be released across seven Blu-ray & DVD volumes.[32] The anime is licensed in North America by Crunchyroll
Crunchyroll
and distributed by Funimation,[33] who will provide an English dub of the series.[34] Episode list[edit]

No. Official English title[b] Original Japanese title[35] Original air date[36]

1 "A Stormy Encounter" "Arashi no Kaikō" (嵐の邂逅)  July 9, 2016

2 "An Unwanted Medal of Honor" "Fuhon'i naru Hōshō" (不本意なる褒賞)  July 16, 2016

3 "The Knights of the High-Level Officer's School" "Kōtō Shikan Gakkō no Kishi-dan" (高等士官学校の騎士団)  July 23, 2016

4 "Watchdogs of the Spirit Tree" "Eireiju no Banken-tachi" (永霊樹の番犬たち)  July 30, 2016

5 "Two in One" "Futari de Hitotsu" (二人でひとつ)  August 6, 2016

6 "At the Base of the Stairs of God" "Kami no Kizahashi no Fumoto Nite" (神の階の麓にて)  August 13, 2016

7 "The Northern Katjvarna Rebellion" "Katovāna Hokuiki Dōran" (カトヴァーナ北域動乱)  August 20, 2016

8 "Some Day, for the Third Time" "Itsuka san-dome ni" (いつか三度目に)  August 27, 2016

9 "The Fate of a Small Reputation" "Sasayakana menboku no yukue" (ささやかな面目の行方)  September 2, 2016

10 "La Saia Alderamin" "Ra saia aruderamin" (ラ • サイア • アルデラミン)  September 9, 2016

11 "Lazy vs. Unsleeping" "Jōtai VS fumin" (常怠VS不眠)  September 16, 2016

12 "Ghost Hunter" "Bōrei o karu mono" (亡霊を狩るもの)  September 23, 2016

13 "In a Twilight Empire" "Tasogare no teikoku nite" (たそがれの帝国にて)  September 30, 2016

Reception[edit] In 2014, the light novels ranked at number ten on the Kono Light Novel ga Sugoi! list of top 10 light novels.[37] Notes[edit]

^ The broadcast date for the first episode is listed as July 8, 2016 at 25:05, which is the same as July 9 at 1:05.[29] ^ All English titles are taken from Crunchyroll.

References[edit]

^ a b c d e " Alderamin on the Sky
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Light Novel Series Gets Anime Adaptation". Anime
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News Network. October 4, 2015. Retrieved October 4, 2015.  ^ a b c d e f " Alderamin on the Sky
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Anime
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Casts Nobuhiko Okamoto, Risa Taneda, Inori Minase". Anime
Anime
News Network. December 9, 2015. Retrieved January 19, 2016.  ^ a b c d e f g " Funimation
Funimation
Premieres Alderamin on the Sky
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English Dub, Announces Cast". Anime
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News Network. December 5, 2016. Retrieved December 5, 2016.  ^ a b Chapman, Paul (May 28, 2016). ""Alderamin on the Sky" Announces Opening / Ending Theme Performers". Crunchyroll. Retrieved June 10, 2016.  ^ ねじ巻き精霊戦記 天鏡のアルデラミン [Alderamin on the Sky]. Dengeki Bunko (in Japanese). Retrieved June 10, 2016.  ^ ねじ巻き精霊戦記 天鏡のアルデラミンII [Alderamin on the Sky II]. Dengeki Bunko (in Japanese). Retrieved June 10, 2016.  ^ ねじ巻き精霊戦記 天鏡のアルデラミンIII [Alderamin on the Sky III]. Dengeki Bunko (in Japanese). Retrieved June 10, 2016.  ^ ねじ巻き精霊戦記 天鏡のアルデラミンIV [Alderamin on the Sky IV]. Dengeki Bunko (in Japanese). Retrieved June 10, 2016.  ^ ねじ巻き精霊戦記 天鏡のアルデラミンV [Alderamin on the Sky V]. Dengeki Bunko (in Japanese). Retrieved June 10, 2016.  ^ ねじ巻き精霊戦記 天鏡のアルデラミンVI [Alderamin on the Sky VI]. Dengeki Bunko (in Japanese). Retrieved June 10, 2016.  ^ ねじ巻き精霊戦記 天鏡のアルデラミンVII [Alderamin on the Sky VII]. Dengeki Bunko (in Japanese). Retrieved June 10, 2016.  ^ ねじ巻き精霊戦記 天鏡のアルデラミンVIII [Alderamin on the Sky VIII]. Dengeki Bunko (in Japanese). Retrieved June 10, 2016.  ^ ねじ巻き精霊戦記 天鏡のアルデラミンIX [Alderamin on the Sky IX]. Dengeki Bunko (in Japanese). Retrieved June 10, 2016.  ^ ねじ巻き精霊戦記 天鏡のアルデラミンX [Alderamin on the Sky X]. Dengeki Bunko (in Japanese). Retrieved June 10, 2016.  ^ ねじ巻き精霊戦記 天鏡のアルデラミンXI [Alderamin on the Sky XI]. Dengeki Bunko (in Japanese). Retrieved September 17, 2016.  ^ ねじ巻き精霊戦記 天鏡のアルデラミンXII [Alderamin on the Sky XII]. Dengeki Bunko (in Japanese). Retrieved November 4, 2017.  ^ ねじ巻き精霊戦記 天鏡のアルデラミンXIII [Alderamin on the Sky XIII]. Dengeki Bunko (in Japanese). Retrieved November 4, 2017.  ^ 戦乱を生き抜くラノベ「天鏡のアルデラミン」がマンガ化. Natalie (in Japanese). May 27, 2015. Retrieved June 10, 2016.  ^ ねじ巻き精霊戦記 天鏡のアルデラミン1 [Alderamin on the Sky 1]. ASCII Media Works
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(in Japanese). Retrieved June 10, 2016.  ^ ねじ巻き精霊戦記 天鏡のアルデラミンII [Alderamin on the Sky II]. ASCII Media Works
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(in Japanese). Retrieved June 10, 2016.  ^ ねじ巻き精霊戦記 天鏡のアルデラミンⅢ [Alderamin on the Sky III]. ASCII Media Works
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(in Japanese). Retrieved June 10, 2016.  ^ ねじ巻き精霊戦記 天鏡のアルデラミンIV [Alderamin on the Sky IV]. ASCII Media Works
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(in Japanese). Retrieved June 10, 2016.  ^ 天鏡のアルデラミンV [ Alderamin on the Sky
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V]. ASCII Media Works (in Japanese). Retrieved September 17, 2016.  ^ " Alderamin on the Sky
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Anime
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Adaptation Revealed as 2016 TV Series". Anime
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News Network. October 25, 2016. Retrieved June 10, 2016.  ^ a b " Alderamin on the Sky
Alderamin on the Sky
Anime's 1st Promo Video, Key Visual Revealed". Anime
Anime
News Network. March 13, 2016. Retrieved June 10, 2016.  ^ " Alderamin on the Sky
Alderamin on the Sky
Anime's Staff, July Premiere Revealed". Anime News Network. March 11, 2016. Retrieved June 10, 2016.  ^ Chapman, Paul (March 11, 2016). "Madhouse Animates "Alderamin on the Sky" TV Anime". Crunchyroll. Retrieved March 11, 2016.  ^ "Kishida Kyōdan & the Akeboshi Rockets, Kano Perform Alderamin on the Sky Anime's Themes". Anime
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News Network. May 29, 2016. Retrieved June 10, 2016.  ^ a b " Alderamin on the Sky
Alderamin on the Sky
TV Anime
Anime
Premieres on July 8". Anime
Anime
News Network. June 10, 2016. Retrieved June 10, 2016.  ^ "放送情報決定" (in Japanese). Retrieved June 25, 2016.  ^ " Crunchyroll
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to Stream 91 Days, Taboo Tattoo, Orange, Mob Psycho 100, Sweetness & Lightning, Alderamin on the Sky". Anime
Anime
News Network. June 21, 2016. Retrieved June 21, 2016.  ^ "Blu-ray&DVD".  ^ "Crunchyroll, Funimation
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Announce Partnership to Share Content Via Streaming, Home Video, EST". Anime
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News Network. October 4, 2016. Retrieved October 16, 2016.  ^ " Funimation
Funimation
Announces Fall English Dub Line-Up". Anime
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News Network. October 4, 2016. Retrieved October 8, 2016.  ^ "STORY" (in Japanese). Retrieved July 8, 2016.  ^ "ねじ巻き精霊戦記 天鏡のアルデラミン - アニメ - TOKYO MX" (in Japanese). Tokyo MX. Retrieved July 9, 2016.  ^ "Kono Light Novel ga Sugoi! 2015's Series Ranking". Anime
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News Network. November 23, 2014. Retrieved June 10, 2016. 

External links[edit]

Official light novel website (in Japanese) Official anime website (in Japanese) Official manga website (in Japanese) Alderamin on the Sky
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(2015) Prince of Stride: Alternative (2016) Alderamin on the Sky
Alderamin on the Sky
(2016) All Out!!
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A Place Further than the Universe
(2018) Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card (2018) Waka Okami wa Shōgakusei! (2018) Boogiepop and Others
Boogiepop and Others
(2018)

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Wounded Man (1986–1988) Phoenix: Yamato / Space (1987) Bride of Deimos
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(1988) Demon City Shinjuku
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(1988) Legend of the Galactic Heroes
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(1988–1989) The Enemy's the Pirates! (1989) (episodes 1 and 2) Goku Midnight Eye
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(1990–1991) Record of Lodoss War (1990–1991) Devil Hunter Yohko
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(1994–1995) Clamp in Wonderland (1994, 2007) Spirit Warrior (1994) Bio Hunter
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(1995) Birdy the Mighty
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(1996–1997) Night Warriors: Darkstalkers' Revenge (1997–1998) Twilight of the Dark Master (1997)

2000s

Space Pirate Captain Herlock: The Endless Odyssey (2002–2003) Trava: Fist Planet (2003) The Animatrix
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(animated sequence) (2003) Hajime no Ippo: Mashiba vs. Kimura (2003) Lament of the Lamb
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(2003–2004) Aquarian Age: The Movie (2003) Di Gi Charat Theater - Leave it to Piyoko! (2003) Tsuki no Waltz
Tsuki no Waltz
(2004) Otogi-Jūshi Akazukin
Otogi-Jūshi Akazukin
(2005) Last Order: Final Fantasy
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VII (2005) Nasu: A Migratory Bird with Suitcase (2007) Batman: Gotham Knight (animated sequence) (2008) Hellsing
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Ultimate V-VII (2008–2009)

2010s

Supernatural: The Anime
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Series (2011) Arata-naru Sekai (2012) Iron Man: Rise of Technovore (2013) Avengers Confidential: Black Widow & Punisher (2014)

Video games

Earnest Evans
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(1991) Wild Arms (1996) Solatorobo: Red the Hunter (2010) Persona 2: Eternal Punishment PSP OP (2012) Persona 4 Golden OP (2012) Persona 4 Arena
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OP (2012) Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl (2013) Etrian Odyssey 2 Untold: The Fafnir Knight (2014)

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