Ranko narrates a preview of the final episode of Akiba Maid War

Ranko Manen (voiced by Rina Sato) narrates the preview video for the latest episode of War of Akiba’s Servants. After a very unexpected turn of events at the end of the previous episode, the staff of the Oinky Doink Café are mourning the death of one of their members. Nagomi, who witnessed Ranko’s last breath, vowed to avenge her friend through violence, which she always disliked. Will Nagomi finally realize what it takes to be a true maid in Akiba? Find out in the final episode of War of Akiba’s Servants which airs on Thursday, December 22.

Akiba Maid War – Final Episode Video Review

War of Akiba’s Servantsis original work by the Kedamono Land Management Strategy Room. Studio PA Works animated the series, while Cygames composed the music. Soichi Masui directed, Yoshihiro Hiki wrote the series composition, and Manabu Nii illustrated the character designs. The main cast includes Rina Sato as Ranko Manen and Reina Kondo as Nagomi Wahira.

HIDING airs all episodes of the series and they describe the plot as:
Akihabara is the center of the universe for the coolest hobbies and weirdest entertainment. In the spring of 1999, the bright-eyed Wahira Nagomimo moved there with dreams of joining a maid cafe. She quickly puts on an apron at the Ton Tokoton Cafe, also known as the Pig Hut. But adjusting to life in bustling Akihabara isn’t as easy as serving tea and pleasing customers. Coupled with dourRankow, who never seems to smile, Nagomi must do whatever it takes to elevate Pig Hut above all the other maid cafes vying for the top tier. Along the way, she will find a place for herself among the trappings and thrills of life in the Pig Hut. Just when Nagomi’s dreams are in her grasp, she discovers that all is not as it seems among the maid cafes of Akihabara.

source:Akiba Maid War Official Website
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Hikari Mikadzuki

Bonjour, je m'appelle Hikari ! Je suis une étudiante qui aime colorier et dessiner, lire et écrire. J'aime la musique classique, les bandes sonores et les films (surtout les anime).

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