Negative Personality Traits Tomozaki is the pen name of Yki Yaku, and the series is a collection of Japanese light novels illustrated by Fly. Since May 2016, Shogakukan has released ten volumes of the Gagaga Bunko series. From December 2017 until February 2021, Eight Chida’s manga adaptation of the game was serialised in Square Enix’s shounen manga magazine Monthly Gangan Joker.
Six tank on volumes have been assembled so far. Yen Press is responsible for licencing and publishing the light novel in North America; Winifred Bird translated the novel into English. From January to March of 2021, an anime television series adaption produced by Studio Project No.9 aired. There will be a new anime series.
High school freshman Tomozaki has always been the school’s social pariah. His in-game handle, “nanashi,” has propelled him to the top of the leaderboards in the wildly popular Japanese MMO Attack Families. His life is a “trash game” because it lacks a walkthrough, character strength is determined at birth, and there are unexplainable imbalances, while his gaming life, Attack Families, is a “godly game” where there is perfect balance as equal amounts of effort would be rewarded with equal amounts of success. When he learns that his seemingly flawless classmate Hinami, who has always been in second place on the Attack Families leaderboards, actually sees life as a game and offers to be his guide, he begins to see things in a new light.
Tomozaki’s classmate Hinami is widely considered as a paragon of human perfection. She is the leader of her own class clique, has the highest GPA in the school, and always places first in track and field contests, all while retaining a warm and approachable demeanour. She works an incredible amount behind the scenes and is a firm believer that you need to put up a real, honest effort to achieve your goals. Hinami, who plays under the name “NO NAME” in Attack Families, is a tremendous fan of the game and has a great deal of admiration for “nanashi,” a player she has studied extensively in an attempt to match or even surpass in skill. She rose through the ranks to lead the student body eventually.
She is a popular, active, and mischievous classmate of Tomozaki’s named Hinami’s and given the nickname “Mimimi” by her classmates and “Minmi” by Tama because of her participation in the track and field club. She has a positive attitude, but her self-doubt and personality issues cause her to cave quickly if she doesn’t want to ruin the moment. Mimimi has been relentless in her pursuit of the lonely Tama’s friendship, and as a result, the two have become quite close. She has a ridiculously silly appearance, but she is an academic and athletic prodigy who can never topple Hinami from her top spot. She lost the student council election where she ran against Hinami.
Tomozaki’s quiet, bookworm classmate Fka is a regular in the library. Tomozaki’s clever evaluations on Attack Families in the library piqued her interest at first since she thought he was a fan of the same author she was, but in reality Tomozaki was just using those books as a front. Tomozaki comes clean about the misunderstanding, and he and Fka form a friendship based on Tomozaki’s determination to read and comprehend the books Fka enjoys. After deciding that Fka would be the ideal girlfriend for Tomozaki, Hinami sets up a number of scenarios in which Tomozaki is forced to admit his true intentions. She eventually starts dating Tomozaki.
Tama is a friendless classmate of Tomozaki’s who is known for being direct and unfriendly. Tama holds Mimimi dear since Mimimi was the first person to try to break down her defences and befriend her. Her forthrightness makes her unpopular and once landed her in hot water when she publicly denounced Erika’s harassment and bullying, making her a target of harassment and bullying herself. Tomozaki, Mizusawa, Takei, and Fka, among others, realised that she was being bullied and took it upon themselves to assist her in becoming more socially adept.
Izumi is a friend of Erika’s and a classmate of Tomozaki’s because she is sociable and kind. She avoids confrontation, therefore she rarely speaks up when Erika does anything she finds inappropriate. Tomozaki chose Izumi, the girl who sits next to him in class, as his first buddy to make in an effort to improve his social skills. Because of her feelings for Nakamura, Izumi has asked Tomozaki to coach her in the game of Attack Families so that she can be Nakamura’s training partner.
Tomozaki’s popular, boisterous, and handsome classmate Mizusawa is also a member of Nakamura’s in-group and is widely regarded as the group’s intellectual and emotional centre. He’s Tomozaki’s inspiration for his charming demeanour and ability to flirt with women.
Tomozaki is the unofficial leader of his own group of friends, and one of his most influential followers is Nakamura. As seen in his reaction to his loss against Tomozaki on Attack Families, he is too competitive and petty when he loses, writing off his defeat as a fluke and vowing to get his own back in a revenge bout. Given his merits, he comes around to including Tomozaki in his inner circle.
Takei is a lighthearted and naive classmate of Tomozaki, who serves as Nakamura’s group’s unofficial mood creator. Because of his reputation as the group’s dumbest member, he is routinely left out of important discussions, like the one where they plotted to use a camping trip to bring Nakamura and Izumi together. Volunteering for leadership roles in class and performing humorous antics on the spot are just two examples of how he enjoys the limelight.
Throughout the series, it becomes clear that she has feelings for Nakamura and has tried to declare them to him, only to be rejected.
She then claims to be uninterested in the occasion and that she just confessed to him out of convenience, not because she liked him.
From December 22, 2017 through February 22, 2021, a manga adaptation created by Eight Chida ran in Square Enix’s Monthly Gangan Joker. Comikey is responsible for licencing digital distribution of the manga adaption in North America.
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On July 18, 2020, a spin-off manga illustrated by Bana Yoshida titled Minami Nanami Wants to Shine premiered in the Manga One app and Monthly Sunday Gene-X magazine published by Shogakukan. Minami Nanami is the main protagonist of the show. Yen Press has also licenced the English translation of the spin-off manga.
On October 11th, 2019, Yki Yaku and Gagaga Bunko revealed that they will be adapting the manga into an anime, and on March 21st, 2020, they stated that the anime would be a television series. Project No.9 animated the series under the direction of Shinsuke Yanagi; series composition was handled by Fumihiko Shimo; and Akane Yano designed the characters. The soundtrack was written by Hiromi Mizutani.
The show broadcast on AT-X, Tokyo MX, and BS11 from January 8 to March 26, 2021. “Life easy?” by Dialogue serves as the show’s opening theme, while “Ayafuwa Asterisk” serves as the show’s closing theme. There were 12 total episodes in the series. The third Blu-ray and DVD volume of the series, which was published on May 7, 2021, comes with an OVA. The fourth Blu-ray and DVD volume of the series, including another OVA, was published on June 2, 2021.
Outside of Asia, Funimation licenced the show and made it available for online streaming in North America and the United Kingdom, Europe via Wakanim, and Australia and New Zealand via AnimeLab. In a press release dated March 11, 2021, Funimation stated that the series will be dubbed into English and the first episode would premiere the following day.
The show is now airing on Crunchyroll after Sony bought the streaming service. In Southeast Asia, Children’s Playground Entertainment has licenced the series and published it on Aniplus Asia and Bilibili.
The 14th of January, 2022 saw the announcement of the approval of a brand new anime series.
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