Brotherhood Final Fantasy XV is a five-episode anime series that depicts the backstories of Noctis Lucis Caelum, Ignis Scientia, Gladiolus Amicitia, and Prompto Argentum. It is part of the Final Fantasy XV Universe and a lead-in to Final Fantasy XV.

Story[edit | edit source]

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Episode 1: Before the Storm[edit | edit source]

Young Noctis lies in a pool of his blood after he is injured by Marilith.

Together with his friends Ignis, Gladiolus, and Prompto, Prince Noctis travels to Caem to rendezvous with Lunafreya Nox Fleuret. In the Regalia, the group's car, the prince dreams of his past, in which he was gravely injured by a Marilith and rescued by his father, Regis Lucis Caelum. A woman who was minding him had perished in the attack.

Noctis and his friends stop at a diner where they learn the Kingdom of Lucis has fallen under Niflheim's control. Outside, an Imperial airship drops off magitek troops to scout the surroundings. This prompts Noctis and company to continue traveling.

The next day, Noctis and his friends find their path blocked by Imperial troops. The four ambush the robotic soldiers, but when victory seems within their grasp, reinforcements arrive. Among their number is the Marilith that almost killed Noctis in his youth. Realizing that the Marilith in his youth had been set upon them by the Empire on purpose, an enraged Noctis charges forward and attacks.

Episode 2: Dogged Runner[edit | edit source]

Young Prompto eats a salad in an attempt to lose weight.

Noctis and his friends resume their journey to Caem. Prompto drives, but makes a pit stop when he comes across an injured puppy. Tending to the puppy's wound reminds Prompto of how he and Noctis first became friends.

As a child, Prompto kept to himself, enjoyed taking pictures of animals, and struggled with his weight. One day, he came across a wounded puppy after school and decided to take care of her until her owner could be found. Prompto nicknamed the puppy "Tiny" and became attached to her. One day he woke up to find the puppy missing, much to Prompto's dismay.

The puppy Prompto found belongs to Lunafreya Nox Fleuret and is called "Pryna." Pryna had returned home to Luna and had been reunited with another puppy in the princess's care, Umbra. When Luna saw a bandage on Pryna's leg with Prompto's name on it, she wrote a letter to him to thank him for taking care of her puppy.

Through Luna's letter, Prompto learned about Pryna and how the puppy had been sent to see Noctis, the prince who attended his school. Prompto decided to do as Luna's letter requested and befriend Noctis, but the prince commented on his weight, inadvertently embarrassing him. Prompto decided he could not face Noctis again until he slimmed down, and started running daily and eating healthier. Finally, as a teenager, a physically fit Prompto reached out to Noctis and became the prince's friend.

Back in the present, Prompto finishes tending to the wounds of the puppy he found and watches as the puppy returns to its mother. Prompto returns to the Regalia as Noctis awakens from a nap. After updating Noctis on what has happened, Prompto and his friends resume their journey. Noctis agrees that Prompto can meet Luna when they reach Altissia.

Episode 3: Sword and Shield[edit | edit source]

Young Iris and Noctis.

Noctis, Ignis, Gladiolus, and Prompto are out hunting and kill a large horned beast, a Garula. Prompto is happy that meat is on the menu when two Garulas approach them. They prepare for the battle when an Imperial airship arrives from the other direction. The group stays to fight, but the monsters charge the Empire's line. After dodging the second monster the group engages the imperial soldiers. During the battle Gladiolus recalls how he used to train Noctis in their youth.

A young Noctis practiced swordplay with Gladiolus using wooden swords, but was easily frustrated and prone to give up. Gladiolus viewed Noctis as "stuck up" and in private doubted he would ever be king. Gladiolus's young sister Iris came to the palace to see Noctis of whom she had heard Gladiolus talk about often. While she waited to see him, Iris was distracted by a cat in the palace garden and inadvertently caught Noctis's attention as she pursued it. She eventually wandered outside the palace grounds.

Back in the palace, Gladiolus was shocked to discover that Noctis and Iris were gone. Iris was lost in the woods outside, but Noctis caught up with her and asked her name. He knew the way back because he sometimes played there, and they agreed to keep the escapade a secret. She revealed that Gladiolus is her brother.

Gladiolus was angry at Iris's disappearance, but Noctis took the blame, claiming that he went to play outside and asked her to come along. He was chastised for leaving the palace and was grounded. Gladiolus received an apology, but took the blame himself, saying it was his fault for letting her out of his sight. Later, Iris admitted to him the truth.

The next day, Gladiolus found Noctis working on a project he was made to do because he was grounded. Gladiolus noted he could still train, and the two sparred with wooden swords again. Noctis was again clumsy, but this time Gladiolus told him he had guts, revealing that Iris had told him the truth. From that day on Noctis became more receptive to Gladiolus's teaching and the two became friends.

In the present, the two defeat the Empire's soldiers and the remaining Garula retreats. Prompto asks if they can eat, but Ignis says they must first replenish their supply of spices. Noctis and Gladiolus find they defeated an equal number of soldiers. Gladiolus says that he won't make it easy on them and they fist bump, ready to enjoy some steak.

Episode 4: Bittersweet Memories[edit | edit source]

Ignis baking.

The group stays at a hotel in Lestallum. As Noctis and Prompto head out, Ignis visits the market to buy spices and bananas before returning to the hotel to bake. When Gladiolus asks why Ignis bakes so much, he recalls how he used to use the palace kitchen trying to recreate a treat young Noctis had once had in Tenebrae.

With the pastries Ignis had driven to the apartment a teenaged Noctis was staying in to get used to living independently, finding the place in a mess. When Noctis came home his apartment was spotless with Ignis busy cooking. After dinner Ignis presented his baked goods but Noctis said it wasn't the same as the treat he'd once had. When taking his leave Ignis tried to instill good habits to the apathetic Noctis, giving him a political report to read.

The next day Ignis attended a political meeting to take notes for the prince. Afterward he met the king and regretted he hadn't been able to effect any change and make the prince take more responsibility. The king said he would leave Noctis in Ignis's care, alluding to his ailing health.

The next day Ignis was disappointed Noctis hadn't read the report and was unwilling to discuss the day's meeting. After the next day's exams Noctis went to Gladiolus's house for sword practice, but was unable to concentrate, and revealed knowing he wasn't ready to succeed the throne but did not want to think about his father dying. Later, Gladiolus met Ignis and they briefly talked about Noctis, Gladiolus implying Ignis should strive to understand the prince more. At Noctis's apartment Ignis found the remains of a failed cooking attempt and Noctis's revision notes. The two had pot noodles and Noctis said Ignis had almost succeeded in the baking last time.

Noctis and Prompto return to the hotel where they taste Ignis's pastries, but Noctis only comments "not quite."

Episode 5: The Warmth of Light[edit | edit source]

Noctis faces off against the Marilith.

The party faces against the Marilith, Gladiolus and Ignis being surprised the Empire is using daemons. Noctis recalls having spent the day out when he was young and the car ahead of them had suddenly caught on fire. They had spotted the Marilith and the woman minding him had tried to take him to safety but was killed. King Regis had arrived and attacked the Marilith that fell off a cliff. Noctis had fallen into a coma.

Noctis, Ignis, Gladiolus and Prompto fight the Marilith but Noctis is thrown off the cliff to the water below. Recalling his father calling out to him as he was falling comatose as a child, Noctis summons his crystal weapons in Armiger, leaps out of the water and defeats the Marilith with his friends' help. After the battle a sad Noctis recalls his father seeing him at a lavish room where he had been recuperating.

The team continues toward Caem, wondering how the four of them could possibly crush the Empire but are still ready to attempt it to reclaim all the things they have lost. When Prompto is excited about the prospect of meeting Luna, Noctis jokes that she might only want to see him. As Prompto gets agitated at Noctis "breaking his promise," Noctis smiles and says he will take a nap.

Spoilers end here.

Music[edit | edit source]

A soundtrack for Brotherhood has not been released as a stand alone, but the Special Soundtrack released with Ultimate Collector's Edition that includes many tracks from Brotherhood. The soundtrack for Brotherhood is playable in the Final Fantasy XV music player where it is available by default.

Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]

A promotional poster for Brotherhood Final Fantasy XV.

Brotherhood Final Fantasy XV was conceived by marketing producer Akio Ofuji and the director of Final Fantasy XV, Hajime Tabata, as a method to introduce the game's main characters and to help people better understand the game's character dynamic. Prompto in particular was subject to scrutiny, as he had ranked low in fan polls.[1] While a typical role-playing game gradually assembles its cast, the heroes of Final Fantasy XV are together from the start. Brotherhood Final Fantasy XV shows how Noctis and his friends came together and allowed fans to familiarize themselves with the characters before playing Final Fantasy XV.

Within Square Enix, there was initially resistance to the idea of an anime due to the production costs and it being released for free. It was decided that half of the anime's budget would be allocated from that assigned to Final Fantasy XV, and the other half would be covered by sales of physical discs. Ofuji conceived the overall scenario, then handed off the writing duties to writers.[1]

The anime was announced at the Uncovered: Final Fantasy XV event. All five episodes are available on the official Final Fantasy XV YouTube channel. The first episode, titled "Before the Storm," was released on March 30, 2016. The second episode, "Dogged Runner," was released on June 14. The third episode, "Sword and Shield," was released on July 7. The fourth episode, "Bittersweet Memories," was released on August 17. The fifth episode, "The Warmth of Light," was released on September 17. The Blu-ray version of the series includes additional bonus scenes at the end of each episode, which feature Lunafreya.

Ignis is the focus of Brotherhood: Final Fantasy XV Episode 4. The episode originally had a different story where Ignis would have discovered Noctis and Prompto hanging out downtown during exam season and reprimanded them before being confronted by delinquents. He would have beaten down the thugs shocking the others.[2]

Reception[edit | edit source]

The reception of Brotherhood Final Fantasy XV was more positive than Square Enix expected. Developers promised to keep feedback the series received in mind while working on it.[3]

Credits[edit | edit source]

Voice cast[edit | edit source]

Character Voice actor Ep.1 Ep.2 Ep.3 Ep.4 Ep.5
Noctis Tatsuhisa Suzuki Y Y Y Y Y
Notcis (Young) Miyuki Satou Y Y Y Y
Ignis Mamoru Miyano Y Y Y Y Y
Gladiolus Kenta Miyake Y Y Y Y Y
Prompto Tetsuya Kakihara Y Y Y Y Y
Prompto (Young) Aki Kanada Y
Regis Tsutomu Isobe Y Y Y
Lunafreya Rina Kitagawa Y
Gentiana Sayaka Kinoshita Y
Iris Amicitia Megumi Han Y
Marilith Makoto Koichi Y Y
Female Clerk Aoi Inoue Y
Announcer Yuka Adachi Y
Dog Walker Atsushi Kosaka Y
Runner Ryuichi Kijima Y
Student Wataru Takahashi Y
Student Yuka Adachi Y
Student Ami Naito Y
Student Yuka Maruyama Y
Student Yuuki Kawahara Y
Student Makoto Koichi Y
Student Aoi Inase Y
Butler Atsushi Kosaka Y
Maid Madoka Asahina Y
High Official Mari Kiyohara Y
High Official Atsushi Kosaka Y
High Official Tatsuhiro Kikuchi Y
Chef Hiroki Yamada Y
Woman Miyuki Satou Y
Woman Makoto Koichi Y
Stall Owner Hinata Tadokoro Y
Noctis's Nurse Sayaka Kinoshita Y
Escort Hiroki Yamada Y
Escort Atsushi Kosaka Y
Escort Tatsuhiro Kikuchi Y
Escort Hinata Tadokoro Y

Staff[edit | edit source]

Character Design/Chief Animation Director
Shinichi Kurita
Minor Character Design
Asami Komatsu (小松麻美)
Takushige Norita (乗田拓茂)
Eiko Mishima (三島詠子)(ep.4-5)
Prop Design
Akira Takada (高田晃)
Monster Design
Kouta Michishita (道下康太)
Effect Animation
Takashi Hashimoto
Background Art
Shiho Takeuchi (竹内志保)
Yoshinori Shiozawa (塩澤良憲)
Background Art Director
Kazuo Ogura (小倉一男) (KUSANAGI)(ep.1)
Yuki Nomura
Satoru Hirayanagi (平柳悟)(ep.4-5)
Color Design
Kazuko Nakashima
Shinya Kato (加藤伸也)
Haruhide Ishiguro
CG Director
Hiroshi Nakajima
Editor
Akinori Mishima (三嶋章紀)
Sound Director
Yuichi Imaizumi (今泉雄一)
Music
Yasuhisa Inoue
Susumu Akizuki
Music Producer
Tomonobu Kikuchi
Assistant Music Producer
Ryo Yamamura
Music Production
RightTracks Inc.
Music Production Assistance
Shangri-la inc.

Sound Effects
Hiromune Kurahashi
Sound Mixer
Naotsugu Uchida (内田直継)
Recording Assistant
Ryoko Nashimoto (なしもとりょうこ)
Recording Studio
Half H·P Studio
Sound Production
Half H·P Studio
Sound Production Manager
Yusuke Watanabe (渡辺悠介)
Akiko Nakamura (中村明子)
Video Editing
Motoki Shirai (白井基記)(ep.1-3)
Yuki Honda (本田裕樹)(ep.4)
Mitsuna Fukazawa (深沢美津奈)(ep.5)
Promotion
Toshiyuki Kanazawa (金沢利幸)
Yuko Kamata (鎌田優子)
Mami Watanabe (渡辺麻実)
Sales Promotion
Naoki Minabe (三鍋尚貴)
Wataru Onogi (小野木航)
Overseas Licensing
Hideki Goto (後藤秀樹)
Osamu Nishimoto (西本修)
Asa Suehira (末平アサ)
Yosuke Odaka (小髙洋介)
Kumiko Honma (本間久美子)
Scenario Supervision
Saori Itamuro
Character Supervision
Yusuke Naora
Setting Assistance
Takashi Honjo
Toyotaka Kuroda
Yonami Kito
Planning Assistance
Syuichi Kobayashi
Assistant Producer
Miho Matsumoto
Special Thanks
Kakuko Obinata
Yumi Katsuyama
Rui Kawada
Rika Ogihara (扇原里佳)
Production Sales
Masanori Miyake (三宅将典)(ep.1-3)
Mitsutaka Inoue (井上貴允)
Shougo Hiroki(ep.1-3)
Production Affairs Manager
Masayuki Satou (佐藤正行)(ep.1)
Masato Suzuki (鈴木将人)(ep.2-5)
Hideo Goto (後藤英雄)(ep.1-3)
Production Affairs
Yoshiko Kitamura(ep.1-3)
Hideo Goto (後藤英雄)(ep.4-5)
Rie Tsuboi (坪井理恵)
Systems Management
Masayoshi Yoshioka (吉岡正善)(ep.1-3)
Tomohiro Yamazaki (山﨑友裕)
Production Desk
Dai Hosokawa (細川大)
Production Desk Assistance
Shun Hatano (波田野瞬)(ep.5)
Setting Production
Kodai Takano (高野広大)
Production Assistant
Shinnosuke Awano (粟野真之介)(ep.1,3)
Kodai Takano (高野広大)(ep.2,4)
Song Hae-in (宋海印)(ep.2)
Ayaka Wada (和田彩花)
Production Coordination
Tomonori Ochikoshi
Hiroyuki Shimizu(ep.4)
Akira Shimizu
Animation Producer
Kazuya Kita
Production
A-1 Pictures
Executive Producer
Yosuke Matsuda
Hajime Tabata
Masuo Ueda(ep.1)
Atsuhiro Iwakami(ep.2-5)
Producer
Akio Ofuji
Kazuki Adachi
Director
Soichi Masui (増井壮一)
Original Work/Producer
Square Enix
Main Character Design
Tetsuya Nomura

Episodic staff[edit | edit source]

Episode 1[edit | edit source]

Screenplay
Yuniko Ayana
Storyboards
Soichi Masui (増井壮一)
Director
Soichi Masui (増井壮一)
Animation Supervision
Shinichi Kurita
Key Animation
Seiko Asai (朝井聖子)
Akira Takata (髙田晃)
Shuichi Kaneko (金子秀一)
Norita Takumo (乘田拓茂)
Eiko Mishima (三島詠子)
Ryota Azuma (東亮太)
Asami Komatsu (小松麻美)
Satomi Tamura (田村里美)
Shozo Yamada (山田将三)
Shinichi Yokota (横田晋一)
Second Key Animation
Miho Sekimoto (関本美穂)
Akiko Sugizono (杉薗朗子)
Yuki Fukuchi (福地友樹)
Kaori Ito (伊藤香織)
Keiko Okuda (奥田佳子)
Satoshi Harayama (原山智)
Koji Nobuhara (延原弘治)
Aiko Komamoto (こまもとあいこ)
Yoshiaki Iketani (池谷祥明)
Takahiro Horio (堀尾京弘)
Kenji Sawada (澤田謙冶)
Masayuki Ojima (小島昌之)
Ayu Ogata (緒方歩惟)
Naoko Minai (南井尚子)
Asahi Production
In-between Animation Director
Saori Tomita (冨田さおり)
In-between Animation
Chizuru Muramatsu
Megumi Masaoka
Satomi Tabuchi (田渕里美)
Haruka Tsuzuki (都築遥)
Hikaru Asami (浅見日香留)
Yuka Kozutsumi (小堤悠香)
Mika Sugiyama (杉山美加)
Nanasa Yanagida (柳田七彩)
Chiharu Haraguchi (原口ちはる)
Tomoko Miyata (宮田知子)
Gimlet
Pastoral
Chiptune
Doga Kobo
Ingres A
Husio Studio
Khara
FAI
Triple A
Asahi Production
Color Coordination Director
Yuko Watabe (渡部侑子)
Paint
A-1 Pictures
Mayu Morita (森田真由)
Mai Yamaguchi (山口舞)
Kyoko Hara (原恭子)
Ayaka Murakami
Ayaka Nagai
Studio Road
Diomedéa
D-COLORS
Production IG
Madbox
Triple A
Asahi Production
Scenery
Hiroshi Kanno (菅野博司)
Ken Nishimura (西村健)
Yuki Oyamada (小山田有希)
Yuki Nomura
Scenery Assistance
KUSANAGI
Daiki Kuribayashi (栗林大樹)
Photography
Graphinica
Shinya Kato (加藤伸也)
Haruhide Ishiguro
Hiroo Yoshioka
Shinya Kuwahara (桑原真也)
CG Works
A-1 Pictures
Takuya Naka (中拓也)
Shinya Horii (堀井慎也)
Katsuaki Miyaji (宮地克明)
CG Modeling
Genei
Kazutaka Toda (戸田和隆)
Tsuyoshi Yamamoto (山本剛)
Toshihiro Gotou (後藤敏皓)
Masaki Akiyama (秋山正樹)
Asuka Fujikawa (藤川明日香) (Manager)
CG Producer
Yoshishige Matsuno
CG Modeling Assistance
Square Enix
Business Division 2
2D Works
Kanako Yamada
Special Effects
Irisa Chiemie

Episode 2[edit | edit source]

Screenplay
Yuniko Ayana
Storyboards
Soichi Masui (増井壮一)
Director
Ayako Kurata
Animation Supervision
Asami Komatsu (小松麻美)
Animation Supervision Assistance
Chizuru Kobayashi (小林千鶴)
Eiko Mishima (三島詠子)
Akira Takata (髙田晃)
Key Animation
Kim Kyung-eun
Shota Ihata (井畑翔太)
Tomoko Sato (佐藤友子)
Yasuko Takahashi (高橋靖子)
Kaori Ito (伊藤香織)
Kenichi Yamaguchi (山口賢一)
Yoshifumi Nakamura (中村佳史)
Aiko Komamoto (こまもとあいこ)
Sotaro Shimizu (清水奏太郎)
Kota Sera (世良コータ)
Yukari Takeuchi (竹内由香里)
Second Key Animation
Akiko Sugizono (杉薗朗子)
Shin Jinno (荏野心)
Shozo Yamada (山田将三)
Kaori Murai (村井夏織)
Asami Komatsu (小松麻美)
Asahi Production
TNK
In-between Animation Director
Satomi Tabuchi (田渕里美)
In-between Animation
Mika Sugiyama (杉山美加)
Nanasa Yanagida (柳田七彩)
FAI
Ingres A
Studio Gokumi
CL Corporation Kōenji
Gimlet
AXsiZ
Asahi Production
Color Coordination Director
Mai Yamaguchi (山口舞)
Paint
A-1 Pictures
Asuka Yokota (横田明日香)
Yuko Watabe (渡部侑子)
Ayaka Nagai
Kyoko Hara (原恭子)
Ayaka Murakami
FAI
CL Corporation Kōenji
Asahi Production
Art Assistance
Hisayo Usui (薄井久代)
Scenery
Izume Ozawa (小澤泉)
Marie Murata (村田真理恵)
Kiyomi Saito (斉藤貴美代)
Scenery Assistance
KUSANAGI
Photography
Graphinica
Haruhide Ishiguro
Yurie Yoshioka (吉岡由利恵)
CG Works
A-1 Pictures
Takuya Naka (中拓也)
CG Producer
Yoshishige Matsuno
CG Modeling Assistance
Square Enix
Business Division 2
2D Works
Kanako Yamada
Special Effects
Irisa Chiemie

Episode 3[edit | edit source]

Screenplay
Yuniko Ayana
Storyboards
Soichi Masui (増井壮一)
Director
Shuji Miyahara (宮原秀二)
Animation Supervision
Norita Takumo (乘田拓茂)
Animation Supervision Assistance
Chizuru Kobayashi (小林千鶴)
Key Animation
Shintaro Azuma (東慎太郎)
Yoshiaki Iketani (池谷祥明)
Shota Sannomiya (三宮昌太)
Chizuru Kobayashi (小林千鶴)
Miyuki Sasagawa (笹川弥幸)
Hitoshi Morikawa (森川均)
Moto Nakamura (中村基)
Mika Sakai
Toshiharu Kudo (工藤利春)
Yuto Kaneko
Aika Kawasaki (川崎愛香)
Hiroko Kasuga (春日広子)
Tatsuya Miki (三木達也)
Shiho Takeuchi
Norita Takumo (乘田拓茂)
Second Key Animation
Miho Sekimoto (関本美穂)
Shozo Yamada (山田将三)
Mari Futamatsu (二松真理)
Aiko Komamoto (駒本藍子)
Hiroaki Shimizu (清水博明)
Kaori Murai (村井夏織)
Graphinica
Satelight
Wish
Doga Kobo
Gimlet
Asahi Production
In-between Animation Director
Chizuru Muramatsu
In-between Animation
Megumi Masaoka
Satomi Tabuchi (田渕里美)
Yuri Arima (有馬悠梨)
Nanasa Yanagida (柳田七彩)
Wakana Ito (伊藤若菜)
Nia Ono (大野仁愛)
Taishi Kawakami (川上大志)
Haruhi Inoue
Kazutoshi Makino (牧野和俊)
Mika Sugiyama (杉山美加)
Shaft
FAI
AXsiZ
Triple A
TNK
CL Corporation Kōenji
Asahi Production
TAP
Color Coordination Director
Yuko Watabe (渡部侑子)
Paint
A-1 Pictures
Mayu Morita (森田真由)
Mai Yamaguchi (山口舞)
Kyoko Hara (原恭子)
Ayaka Murakami
Ayaka Nagai
Triple A
CL Corporation Kōenji
Asahi Production
TAP
Art Assistance
Hisayo Usui (薄井久代)
Scenery
Izume Ozawa (小澤泉)
Marie Murata (村田真理恵)
Kiyomi Saito (斉藤貴美代)
Mizuka Ueda (上田瑞香)
Yayoi Okashiwa (小柏弥生)
Scenery Assistance
KUSANAGI
Photography
Graphinica
Hiroo Yoshioka
Shinya Kuwahara (桑原真也)
CG Works
A-1 Pictures
Takuya Naka (中拓也)
Shinya Horii (堀井慎也)
Katsuaki Miyaji (宮地克明)
CG Modeling
Genei
Kazutaka Toda (戸田和隆)
Tsuyoshi Yamamoto (山本剛)
Toshihiro Gotou (後藤敏皓)
Masaki Akiyama (秋山正樹)
Asuka Fujikawa (藤川明日香) (Manager)
CG Producer
Yoshishige Matsuno
CG Modeling Assistance
Square Enix
Business Division 2
2D Works
Kanako Yamada
Special Effects
Irisa Chiemie

Episode 4[edit | edit source]

Screenplay
Yuniko Ayana
Storyboards
Soichi Masui (増井壮一)
Director
Shuji Miyahara (宮原秀二)
Animation Supervision
Eiko Mishima (三島詠子)
Akiko Sugizono (杉薗朗子)
Asami Komatsu (小松麻美)
Animation Supervision Assistance
Ryota Azuma (東亮太)
Kaori Ito (伊藤香織)
Layout Supervision
Shiho Takeuchi
Key Animation
Shusuke Aizawa (相澤秀亮)
Jiro Majima (真島ジロウ)
Kenichi Yamaguchi (山口賢一)
Kaori Ito (伊藤香織)
Toshiharu Kudo (工藤利春)
Yasuko Takahashi (高橋靖子)
Yoshifumi Nakamura (中村佳史)
Masaya Makita (牧田昌也)
Yuuki Morikawa
Rumi Abeshima (阿部島瑠珠)
Hiroshi Yamashita (山下浩史)
Aiko Komamoto (こまもとあいこ)
Naoki Hiramura (平村直紀)
Second Key Animation
Kaori Murai (村井夏織)
Narumi Takahashi (高橋成美)
Chie Tanaka (田中千恵)
Yukiko Watabe (渡部由紀子)
Naoko Minai (南井尚子)
Tomoko Kurita
Eiko Mishima (三島詠子)
Akiko Sugizono (杉薗朗子)
Asahi Production
Sakura Create
AXsiZ
In-between Animation Director
Satomi Tabuchi (田渕里美)
In-between Animation
Nanasa Yanagida (柳田七彩)
Seira Yamagishi (山岸せいら)
Kanna Hirayama
Mami Uebayashi (上林真実)
Ingres A
Asahi Production
Color Coordination Director
Mai Yamaguchi (山口舞)
Paint
A-1 Pictures
Asuka Yokota (横田明日香)
Yuko Watabe (渡部侑子)
Ayaka Nagai
Kyoko Hara (原恭子)
Ayaka Murakami
Asahi Production
Scenery
Yayoi Okashiwa (小柏弥生)
Mizuka Ueda (上田瑞香)
Mirai Saito (斉藤未来)
Mizuyo Okada (岡田瑞代)
Satoru Hirayanagi (平柳悟)
Nam Hai Art
Duc Hai
Thanh Quoc
Diem Trang
Diem Trinh
Nhu Thao
Luu Nhi
Tram Anh
A Asa
Scenery Assistance
KUSANAGI
Photography
Graphinica
Toshihiro Fujita (藤田利寛)
Hiroo Yoshioka
Tetsuya Kawada (川田哲矢)
Su Jung-hyun (玄スジョン)
Ayumi Okano (岡野亜友未)
Ayumi Ushijima (牛島あゆみ)
CG Works
A-1 Pictures
Takuya Naka (中拓也)
CG Modeling
Genei
Kazutaka Toda (戸田和隆)
Tsuyoshi Yamamoto (山本剛)
Toshihiro Gotou (後藤敏皓)
Masaki Akiyama (秋山正樹)
Asuka Fujikawa (藤川明日香) (Manager)
CG Producer
Yoshishige Matsuno
CG Modeling Assistance
Square Enix
Business Division 2
2D Works
Kanako Yamada
Special Effects
Irisa Chiemie

Episode 5[edit | edit source]

Screenplay
Yuniko Ayana
Storyboards
Soichi Masui (増井壮一)
Director
Soichi Masui (増井壮一)
Animation Supervision
Shinichi Kurita
Norita Takumo (乘田拓茂)
Ryota Azuma (東亮太)
Animation Supervision Assistance
Kazuhiro Miwa (三輪和宏)
Toshifumi Akai
Yuta Tsuchiya (土屋裕太)
Asami Komatsu (小松麻美)
Eiko Mishima (三島詠子)
Iori Nonoshita (野々下いおり)
Key Animation
Tatsuki Takemoto (嵩本樹)
Takahiro Arai (新井貴宏)
Hikaru Takanashi (高梨光)
Masaya Makita (牧田昌也)
Ryo Kodama (児玉亮)
Motoko Shikama
Hatsune Hoshino (星野初音)
Asami Komatsu (小松麻美)
Sotaro Shimizu (清水奏太郎)
Shozo Yamada (山田将三)
Takenori Tsukuma (津熊健徳)
Shosuke Ishibashi (石橋翔祐)
Tomoki Uekado (上門友喜)
Moto Nakamura (中村基)
Kaoru Maehara (前原薫)
Reika Hoshino (星野玲香)
Yoko Fukushima (福島陽子)
Second Key Animation
Naoko Minai (南井尚子)
Ayu Ogata (緒方歩惟)
Kim Do-yeong (金到暎)
Aiko Komamoto (こまもとあいこ)
Maki Kono (河野真貴)
Kaori Murai (村井夏織)
Saori Yonezawa (米澤彩織)
Akiko Sugizono (杉薗朗子)
Kaori Ito (伊藤香織)
AXsiZ
ja:G&G Direction
Asahi Production
Xenron
TAP
Ace Company
Reboot
Triple A
In-between Animation Director
Saori Tomita (冨田さおり)
In-between Animation
Satomi Tabuchi (田渕里美)
Chizuru Muramatsu
Seira Yamagishi (山岸せいら)
Mami Uebayashi (上林真実)
Asahi Production
CL Corporation Kōenji
Reboot
R.I.C
Ace Company
FAI
Color Coordination Director
Yuko Watabe (渡部侑子)
Paint
A-1 Pictures
Asuka Yokota (横田明日香)
Mayu Morita (森田真由)
Mai Yamaguchi (山口舞)
Yuko Watabe (渡部侑子)
Kyoko Hara (原恭子)
Ayaka Murakami
Ayaka Nagai
Akane Edagawa (枝川茜)
Ayaka Suzuki (鈴木綾香)
Asahi Production
CL Corporation Kōenji
Reboot
R.I.C
Ace Company
Scenery
Makiko Hirasawa (平沢真紀子)
Minami Usui (臼井みなみ)
Yayoi Okashiwa (小柏弥生)
Mizuka Ueda (上田瑞香)
Mirai Saito (斉藤未来)
Scenery Assistance
KUSANAGI
Photography
Graphinica
Shinya Kato (加藤伸也)
Haruhide Ishiguro
Hiroo Yoshioka
Shinya Kuwahara (桑原真也)
Yurie Yoshioka (吉岡由利恵)
Toshihiro Fujita (藤田利寛)
Tetsuya Kawada (川田哲矢)
Su Jung-hyun (玄スジョン)
Ayumi Okano (岡野亜友未)
Ayumi Ushijima (牛島あゆみ)
CG Works
A-1 Pictures
Takuya Naka (中拓也)
Shinya Horii (堀井慎也)
Katsuaki Miyaji (宮地克明)
CG Modeling
Genei
Kazutaka Toda (戸田和隆)
Tsuyoshi Yamamoto (山本剛)
Toshihiro Gotou (後藤敏皓)
Masaki Akiyama (秋山正樹)
Asuka Fujikawa (藤川明日香) (Manager)
CG Producer
Yoshishige Matsuno
CG Modeling Assistance
Square Enix
Business Division 2
2D Works
Kanako Yamada
Special Effects
Irisa Chiemie

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