King'S Game "The Animation" (). Originaltitel: Ōsama Game / 王様ゲーム. Entdecken Sie King's Game - Vol. 1 - [DVD] und weitere TV-Serien auf DVD- & Blu-ray in unserem vielfältigen Angebot. Gratis Lieferung möglich. Serie bei peppermint anime erhältlich.»King's Game«entstand unter der Regie von Tokihiro Sasaki im Studio Seven. Yuuki Ogawa war für das.
King's Game - The Animation - Vol. 1 (DVD)King's Game ist ein Anime des Studios»Animation Studio Seven«mit dem Hauptgenre Horror. Beschreibung: Ou-sama Game folgt dem Jungen Nobuaki. Entdecken Sie King's Game - Vol. 1 - [DVD] und weitere TV-Serien auf DVD- & Blu-ray in unserem vielfältigen Angebot. Gratis Lieferung möglich. King'S Game "The Animation" (). Originaltitel: Ōsama Game / 王様ゲーム.
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Fart King Bros. King's Rush. Every student in class, who all received the text, think Nobuaki is joking.
Nobuaki tries to explain the game is real, making most of them angry at him. Nobuaki, who has played the game before, decides to break the rules and die, meaning Natsuko will also die.
As the 24 hour deadline approaches Nobuaki waits to die only for Natsuko to appear, confess her love and kiss him with seconds to spare. Nobuaki realises several people from class had received different instructions and rushes to find the other students with instructions.
He is too late as he finds several of them have hanged themselves in their bedrooms. The surviving students, realising the game is real, accuse Nobuaki of being the murderer.
One of the students, Satou Yuuichi, receives a punishment text for breaking a rule and immediately bleeds to death. Natsuko realises she was instructed to have sex with Teruaki Nagata and panics.
Nobuaki insists Natsuko and Taruaki must decide for themselves what they will do. Nobuaki has flashbacks to the first time he played the game and how his classmates immediately turned on each other after realising the game was real.
He insists his new class must work together to survive the instructions, no matter what they are. Teruaki, desperate not to die, attempts to rape Natsuko.
Natsuko suddenly overpowers Teruaki and becomes cold and hostile, having used the attempted rape to try force Nobuaki to reveal the secret to escaping the game, since he had survived it before.
She swears she will survive no matter what and almost rapes Teruaki before pulling Nobuaki away from everyone else and criticising his intention to try and save everybody instead of focusing on his own survival.
She loudly accuses him of trying to rape her himself, turning the whole class against him. She then tries to convince Mizuki, who received an instruction to text the word DIE to two other students, which would result in their death, to send the text to Nobuaki.
Akamatsu Kenta happens to see his classmates and Nobuaki gather at Bunko park, but then he sees that Nobuaki was hurt, and accuses the class of beating up Nobuaki.
Annoyed, Natsuko tries to convince Mizuki to send DIE to Kenta and Nobuaki, but she refuses and smashes her phone on the floor, breaking it.
Kenta then carries Nobuaki to the hospital and a terrified Mizuki comes along. Then, Mizuki, Kenta and Nobuaki all went to a deserted area where Kenta was assigned by the King to give an order to a classmate and they must follow it.
He decides to give himself the order to protect Mizuki's life, to make her feel better. Then Nobuaki tells Kenta and Mizuki about another flashback of another of his classmates dying because they lost a popularity voting contest.
Meanwhile, Natsuko picks up the phone Nobuaki dropped. Nobuaki tells Kenta and Mizuki about a distant village, Yonkai, where the King's game was originally played, and they start travelling to Yonkai to get more information to end the game.
On the lengthy train ride, Nobuaki has another flashback where he deduced the King is someone in his class, and his classmate Nami, who had to give herself an order, takes that advice and orders herself to touch the King.
When she touches the King, a conformation text will be given, confirming their identity. Ria, a mysterious girl in class, states she is the King and asks if the class will kill her, since that would end the game.
However, when she takes Nami's hand and touches herself with it, there is no confirmation text. Despite touching everyone in the class, nothing happened.
That night, Nobuaki finds Nami to comfort her. Nami then gets a punishment to go blind, along with a taunt from the King that they were in the Class and the only way to find their identity was to hate each other.
Nobuaki gets an order to lose something important. He tries to break all his possessions in his house, even break up with Chiemi, but his attempts were futile.
Finally, he completed his order when Nami decided to help him by drowning herself. Ria calls Nami stupid for killing herself even though her punishment wasn't death.
She repeats she is King, stating that since she made Nami touch her instead of letting her do it herself, it was not considered valid.
However, Nobuaki still doesn't kill her. After tasing him, she scolds him for his lack of resolve, stating she isn't actually king but wants to enjoy the King's Game, which will be difficult to do if Nobuaki is so boring, and beat the King.
Players then take turns to draw cards and participate in the relevant activity. This game is highly open ended and all of the cards can signify any mini-game, the rules and the card assignments are normally confirmed at the start of the game.
Depending on house rules , the game either ends when the last rule card has been pulled or the king's cup has been consumed.
In variations where cards are placed on top of the king's cup, the game is over when the cards fall off, with the player responsible for knocking them off having to consume the king's cup.
It is also common for the players to make up and agree on a set of rules every time the game is played. Some common assignments for card values include:.
Like almost all other drinking games, Kings has endless variations of rules, and individual drinking groups usually have their own set of card effects.
There will be similar rules, but there will most likely always be some that some players have never encountered before.
Some games specify that playing a certain card allows that player to make up a new rule which lasts for the remainder of the game. A major variation in the US, UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa or Canada is that the contents of the King's Cup are drunk by the player who breaks the circle of cards known as the Ring of Fire in the UK.
A popular variation in Australia is the Smoko or Toilet Card replacing Give Two Take Two. In this version, a player needs to possess a Smoko Card to leave the table to smoke or use the toilet.
A player can have multiple copies of the card and they can be traded, typically under conditions such as; the recipient must refill drinks on demand, crawl for the rest of the game, talk in a funny voice, etc.
Another popular variation in Australia is where the game is played with the addition of the Joker card.
Upon drawing a Joker, the player must take a bong hit of pure good Cush. In Belgium recently a new variation has come to the surface known as "Circle of Destruction" or "Hardcore Kings".
In the beginning a pint is placed in the middle of the circle and everyone has to pour some of their drink in it, from now on this drink is referred to as "Witch's Brew".
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