The song of destruction begins again, which causes Kotarou to begin transforming into a tree-like creature as a large tree grows around Kagari. Midou catches up to Kotarou who protects Kagari long enough for Esaka and several other Guardian members to arrive. But that doesn't really fly for the main story.
All you'll end up doing is to spoil yourself on important aspects of the story in case you ever feel like reading the far superior source material. In the process, Kagari sends the remaining Aurora to Earth to begin life on the planet one last time.
He is a second-year high school student who has a bright personality and is sociable to others. Kotarou realizes that he is willing to risk his life to maintain his thin connection with her. Kotori tells the others that according to legend, the Key is looking for good memories. So while story and character definitely got streamlined quite a bit, they would have profited from being simplified even more since what we got was just more and more pieces of exposition being thrown at the viewer that not only made for a rather unpleasant watching experience, but also left the picture incomplete in a lot of places, resulting in plenty of plot holes.
Instead the series decides to waste time on pointless shit. In the end, many people profited from it. Man, those secret organizations are sure lenient, just telling a random stranger, who has done nothing to earn their trust and isn't committed to them at all, all about their super secret plans, aren't they?
There, he meets Sizuru who is a regular at the stand. This is not the case when it comes to anime, especially when the show in question is as fast-paced as this one. Kotarou falls into a coma, and he is administered an amnesiac drug to forget about Gaia and Guardian.
So maybe Rewrite would have actually benefited from being intriguingly terrible. See bellow for more details. During this time, Kotarou falls in love with each of them in separate plot lines determined by the choices the player makes.
I mean it should go without saying that the show is rushed. This gives Kagari enough time to put her theory into action, which sends Kotarou up into the sky, only for him to turn back and realize that they were on the Moon the entire time.Rewrite Wiki is a collaborative wiki about the Rewrite Visual Novel.
The wiki format allows anyone to create or edit any article to improve facts and information, so we can all work together to create the site. Since Rewrite is a visual novel by Key, a lot of people will compare it to the likes of Clannad, Angel Beats, Air Cannons, etc.
But, I propose some new comparisons.
1. Both songs are remixes of theme songs featured in the original Rewrite visual novel and its fan disc Rewrite Harvest festa!. The second opening theme is "End of the World" by Anri Kumaki and the second ending theme is "Word of Dawn" by Aoi Tada.
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Watch Rewrite Episode 1, The World or Myself?, on Crunchyroll. The city of afforestation, Kazamatsuri. In this city which promotes the coexistence of culture and greenery, Tennouji Kotarou is.Download