History Anime / ZankyouNoTerror

23rd Jul '15 3:33:46 PM StFan
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[[caption-width-right:350:Pull the trigger on this world.]]

In an alternate version of the present, Tokyo has been decimated by a shocking terrorist attack, and the only hint to the identity of the culprit is a bizarre video uploaded to the internet. The police, baffled by this cryptic clue, are powerless to stop the paranoia spreading across the population. While the world searches for a criminal mastermind to blame for this tragedy, two mysterious childrenóchildren who shouldn't even exist—masterfully carry out their heinous plan.

These two children are publicly known as Arata Kokonoe and Tōji Hisami, two ordinary roommates and new transfer students to their high school. On the day they carry out their plot, ShrinkingViolet Lisa Mishima comes across it. When faced with either death or joining them, she chooses to become an accomplice in their efforts.

From Studio MAPPA, ''Zankyou no Terror'' (officially titled '''''Terror in Resonance''''') is a Summer2014Anime directed by Creator/ShinichiroWatanabe with music composed by Music/YokoKanno. The anime is licensed by Creator/{{Funimation}} in the U.S. and by Creator/MadmanEntertainment in Australia. Viewers in the U.S. can watch the series legally on [[http://www.funimation.com/shows/terror-in-resonance Funimation's site]] while Australian viewers can watch the series on [[http://www.animelab.com/shows/terror-in-resonance Anime Lab]].
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!!This work contains examples of:
* AllAccordingToPlan: Said by Nine during Sphinx's first plot.
* AntiVillain: Nine and Twelve seems to be this as part of their agenda.
* AnyoneCanDie: The final episodes feature a lot of this. [[spoiler: Even Nine and Twelve die in the last one.]]
* BatmanGambit: Sphinx's bomb plots rely on predicting how people and public services will act after various diversions or threats, usually with the result being that [[ThouShaltNotKill no one is killed.]]
* BilingualBonus: ''Von'', which plays during the Ferris Wheel scene, makes sense if you know Icelandic.
* BittersweetEnding: [[spoiler: Nine and Twelve both die, but they manage to reveal the truth about their past to the world through Shibazaki. Lisa also lives and moves on with her life. Also, Japan most likely has to rebuild after having their entire country lose all technology for a while. So far, progress has been made with Tokyo being the first city to have electricity back while the conspirators of the Athena Plan are arrested by the Tokyo Metropolitan Police.]]
* BlandNameProduct: Applied inconsistently. The ever-ubiquitous "[[UsefulNotes/{{Mcdonalds}} [=Wcdonald's=]]]" is present, as well as other knock-offs like "[[{{GOOGLE}} Goodgle]]" and "[[TheOtherWiki Wikipedio]]", and several unnamed smartphone apps are clearly meant to resemble real-world apps like [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Line_(application) LINE]] and ''VideoGame/PuzzleAndDragons''. Some real names, like [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TOR_(onion_network) Tor]], [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amazon.com Amazon]] and YouTube, also appear, however.
* BlatantLies:
-->'''Nine:''' I don't have a cell phone or anything.\\
''*phone rings*''
* BombThrowingAnarchists: Nine and Twelve as their [=MO=].
-->'''Twelve:''' ''I'm Number Two, and I love explosions!''
* CallingCard: "VON" for Sphinx.
* ChainReactionDestruction: [[spoiler: The thermite bomb Kururis trigger the fire alarms, the water from which trigger an even ''stronger'' explosion.]]
* DeliveryGuyInfiltration: [[spoiler: Nine plants a bomb in a police station under the guise of a food delivery.]]
* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: The cover poster is [[TheWarOnTerror two towers spewing smoke and flames,]] just in case you were wondering what the show's about.
** The names of the VillainProtagonist[=s=], 9 and 12, may be another reference to 9/11.
** The ruins that result from the first attack also ''heavily'' resemble that of the World Trade Center during its immediate aftermath.
** Nine dropping a smoke bomb in the subway in episode 5 brings to mind [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tokyo_subway_sarin_attack the Aum Shinrikyo cult's sarin gas attack]] on the Tokyo subway in 1995.
* DramaticUnmask: [[spoiler: Nine removes his mask at the end of the pre-recorded video message at the end of Episode 10 after announcing that the atomic bomb is set to explode at 10 PM, revealing his face to the world. "Goodbye, Japan" indeed.]]
* EurekaMoment: [[spoiler: Shibazaki solves Sphinx's riddle in episode 3 thanks to his coworker's video game. Happens again in episode 4.]]
* FalseFlagOperation: Five engineers one by orchestrating a terror attack at Haneda Airport to blame Sphinx for the casualties. She later does another one on the TMPD prisoner convoy in order to conduct a "blacker than black" op.
* {{Flashback}}: Nine has one of his past. Also doubles as a DreamSequence.
* {{Foreshadowing}}: "You should've sacrificed your queen."
* GratuitousEnglish: Episode 6 has a part where Five and her team [[spoiler:are watching Twelve and Nine at the airport]]. Five is speaking in English, but her pronunciation is extremely stilted and unnatural. Her cohort Clarence, on the other hand, has an actor who is fluent in English as well as Japanese, making it very jarring.
* GovernmentConspiracy: [[spoiler:The Japanese government was involved in a series of experimentation on Japanese orphans. This ended when the American government found out about it.]]
* HollywoodHacking: Zigzagged. Social engineering is an important component as it is in the real world, but the computer side of the hacking is still depicted inaccurately, just more subdued and less "cracker" than generally shown in fiction.
* KarmaHoudini: [[spoiler:By the end, the American government.]]
* TheLastDance: [[spoiler:Nine, Twelve and Five are all going through this due to being SecretlyDying.]]
* LeaveNoWitnesses: [[spoiler:American special forces were ordered to assassinate Nine and Twelve due to their personal involvement with Five.]]
* {{Leitmotif}}: "walt" plays during many of Lisa's scenes.
** As with "fugl" and its arrangement, "seele."
* MeaningfulEcho: Episode 1: "Fly high, Lisa!"
** Episode 4: "Know thyself."
** Episode 5: "Are you ready?"
* MoodWhiplash: The incredibly upbeat scenes [[spoiler: near the end of the last episode. Tokyo is left without power and Nine, Twelve, and Lisa go to play around and enjoy themselves near the Athena Plan orphans' burial sites.]]
* MortonsFork: [[spoiler:Five gives one to Twelve. Betray Nine and save Lisa, or let Lisa die and protect Nine]].
* NeverHurtAnInnocent: Sphinx's plots are structured so that, despite their destructiveness, nobody is killed. [[spoiler: Subverted in that 12 has ''zero'' qualms about blowing Lisa to bits if she decides not to join Sphinx.]]
** [[spoiler: Later on 9 is perfectly willing to let Lisa be killed by 5. Twice. By this point 12 is very ''not'' okay with it though.]]
* NoEndorHolocaust: Even with a few hours to prepare for it, it's doubtful that [[spoiler: an EMP blast over Japan would not result in at least a few causalities; like everyone on hospitalized life support, such as premature infants, and countless people trampled under the inevitably ensuing wave of panicked civil unrest, just to name a few ([[WhamLine thousand]]).]]
* NoPartyGiven: Averted, the politician Shibazaki interviews in Episode 8 is clearly stated on a campaign poster to be part of the Liberal Democratic Party, the main powerhouse party of Japanese politics.
* RelocatingTheExplosion: [[spoiler: The Kururi-bomb Twelve gives Lisa is meant to kill her if she doesn't join Sphinx; Nine has her use it to blow a hole in a wall to facilitate her escape.]]
* TheReveal: [[spoiler: Nine & Twelve didn't steal plutonium from the reprocessing facility: it was a genuine miniaturized nuclear bomb secretly built by the Japanese government in blatant violation of international treaties.]]
* RiddleMeThis: The way Sphinx hints at where they place their bombs.
* SadisticChoice: [[spoiler: You can die where you are, or become an accomplice.]]
** In Episode 9 Five gives Twelve one: [[spoiler:Disclose the location of the nuke they stole and thus betray Nine, or die together with Lisa]].
* SceneryPorn: One episode and the animation is already getting overwhelming praise.
* SceneryGorn: Scenes of destruction get just as much attention as scenes of beauty.
* SecretlyDying: [[spoiler:All the children from the institution have their days numbered because of the drugs they took while being raised/trained there. Five hides it well at the beginning, but it becomes quickly clear that her physical state is worse than Nine and Twelve, and she bites the dust first by commiting suicide. Nine's body fails him in the last episode. As for Twelve, he would probably have died the same way as Nine had he not been shot.]]
* ShoutOut: Episode 4 features a purple-haired {{Expy}} of [[Music/{{Vocaloid}} Hatsune Miku]].
* ShownTheirWork:
** During a briefing meeting, the police mention that Sphinx uploaded their threat video to the internet using a software called TOR to avoid detection. [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Onion_Router TOR is real, and it's short for The Onion Router; it's a technology that allows internet access through a series of proxy servers to avoid detection, similar to the layers of an onion]].
** The mechanics behind the thermite bombs and the subsequent phreatic explosion are accurate to real-world physics.
** Shibazaki makes the astute observation that "Sphinx" is pronounced with a hard "P" which is the Greek pronunciation of the word instead of the more widely known Latin version which uses a soft "F" sound.
** The processes by which Sphinx acquires its materials is described accurate to real-life criminal practices.
** When the Special Investigation Team launches raids on suspected Sphinx hideouts/bombing sites, they sometimes use the Australian and tandem rappeling styles, which are common methods used by elite police and military units in conducting raids. The two rappeling techniques are most commonly used by elite Japanese police/military units.
* StealthPun: The episode that Five is introduced in is, of course, Episode 5.
* TeensAreMonsters: There's Nine and Twelve being terrorists, and Lisa's merciless bullies.
* TheNewTens: The show's set in 2014. Particularly in the month of July.
* TimeSkip: There's one in the final episode of a year.
* {{Tragedy}}: Nine and Twelve are determined to reveal their pasts to the world at any cost, and this determination [[spoiler: leads to their deaths.]]
* TwoGuysAndAGirl: Nine, Twelve, and Lisa.
* XanatosSpeedChess: Episode 7 is 20 minutes of this. Both literally and figuratively.
* WhamEpisode: Episode 10. Just Episode 10. [[spoiler:Five defeats Nine and kills herself, but the real wham moment is Nine deciding to go and set off an atomic bomb on Japan because his press conference was stopped.]]
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Lisa's mother, who was never mentioned again after episode 3, and we never found out who Lisa's DisappearedDad was.
* YouAreNumberSix: The names of our resident bomb-throwers are Nine, Twelve and [[spoiler:Five]], courtesy of the Rising Peace Academy.
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[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/terrorinresonance_2229.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350:Pull the trigger on this world.]]

In an alternate version of the present, Tokyo has been decimated by a shocking terrorist attack, and the only hint to the identity of the culprit is a bizarre video uploaded to the internet. The police, baffled by this cryptic clue, are powerless to stop the paranoia spreading across the population. While the world searches for a criminal mastermind to blame for this tragedy, two mysterious childrenóchildren who shouldn't even exist—masterfully carry out their heinous plan.

These two children are publicly known as Arata Kokonoe and Tōji Hisami, two ordinary roommates and new transfer students to their high school. On the day they carry out their plot, ShrinkingViolet Lisa Mishima comes across it. When faced with either death or joining them, she chooses to become an accomplice in their efforts.

From Studio MAPPA, ''Zankyou no Terror'' (officially titled '''''Terror in Resonance''''') is a Summer2014Anime directed by Creator/ShinichiroWatanabe with music composed by Music/YokoKanno. The anime is licensed by Creator/{{Funimation}} in the U.S. and by Creator/MadmanEntertainment in Australia. Viewers in the U.S. can watch the series legally on [[http://www.funimation.com/shows/terror-in-resonance Funimation's site]] while Australian viewers can watch the series on [[http://www.animelab.com/shows/terror-in-resonance Anime Lab]].
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!!This work contains examples of:
* AllAccordingToPlan: Said by Nine during Sphinx's first plot.
* AntiVillain: Nine and Twelve seems to be this as part of their agenda.
* AnyoneCanDie: The final episodes feature a lot of this. [[spoiler: Even Nine and Twelve die in the last one.]]
* BatmanGambit: Sphinx's bomb plots rely on predicting how people and public services will act after various diversions or threats, usually with the result being that [[ThouShaltNotKill no one is killed.]]
* BilingualBonus: ''Von'', which plays during the Ferris Wheel scene, makes sense if you know Icelandic.
* BittersweetEnding: [[spoiler: Nine and Twelve both die, but they manage to reveal the truth about their past to the world through Shibazaki. Lisa also lives and moves on with her life. Also, Japan most likely has to rebuild after having their entire country lose all technology for a while. So far, progress has been made with Tokyo being the first city to have electricity back while the conspirators of the Athena Plan are arrested by the Tokyo Metropolitan Police.]]
* BlandNameProduct: Applied inconsistently. The ever-ubiquitous "[[UsefulNotes/{{Mcdonalds}} [=Wcdonald's=]]]" is present, as well as other knock-offs like "[[{{GOOGLE}} Goodgle]]" and "[[TheOtherWiki Wikipedio]]", and several unnamed smartphone apps are clearly meant to resemble real-world apps like [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Line_(application) LINE]] and ''VideoGame/PuzzleAndDragons''. Some real names, like [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TOR_(onion_network) Tor]], [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amazon.com Amazon]] and YouTube, also appear, however.
* BlatantLies:
-->'''Nine:''' I don't have a cell phone or anything.\\
''*phone rings*''
* BombThrowingAnarchists: Nine and Twelve as their [=MO=].
-->'''Twelve:''' ''I'm Number Two, and I love explosions!''
* CallingCard: "VON" for Sphinx.
* ChainReactionDestruction: [[spoiler: The thermite bomb Kururis trigger the fire alarms, the water from which trigger an even ''stronger'' explosion.]]
* DeliveryGuyInfiltration: [[spoiler: Nine plants a bomb in a police station under the guise of a food delivery.]]
* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: The cover poster is [[TheWarOnTerror two towers spewing smoke and flames,]] just in case you were wondering what the show's about.
** The names of the VillainProtagonist[=s=], 9 and 12, may be another reference to 9/11.
** The ruins that result from the first attack also ''heavily'' resemble that of the World Trade Center during its immediate aftermath.
** Nine dropping a smoke bomb in the subway in episode 5 brings to mind [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tokyo_subway_sarin_attack the Aum Shinrikyo cult's sarin gas attack]] on the Tokyo subway in 1995.
* DramaticUnmask: [[spoiler: Nine removes his mask at the end of the pre-recorded video message at the end of Episode 10 after announcing that the atomic bomb is set to explode at 10 PM, revealing his face to the world. "Goodbye, Japan" indeed.]]
* EurekaMoment: [[spoiler: Shibazaki solves Sphinx's riddle in episode 3 thanks to his coworker's video game. Happens again in episode 4.]]
* FalseFlagOperation: Five engineers one by orchestrating a terror attack at Haneda Airport to blame Sphinx for the casualties. She later does another one on the TMPD prisoner convoy in order to conduct a "blacker than black" op.
* {{Flashback}}: Nine has one of his past. Also doubles as a DreamSequence.
* {{Foreshadowing}}: "You should've sacrificed your queen."
* GratuitousEnglish: Episode 6 has a part where Five and her team [[spoiler:are watching Twelve and Nine at the airport]]. Five is speaking in English, but her pronunciation is extremely stilted and unnatural. Her cohort Clarence, on the other hand, has an actor who is fluent in English as well as Japanese, making it very jarring.
* GovernmentConspiracy: [[spoiler:The Japanese government was involved in a series of experimentation on Japanese orphans. This ended when the American government found out about it.]]
* HollywoodHacking: Zigzagged. Social engineering is an important component as it is in the real world, but the computer side of the hacking is still depicted inaccurately, just more subdued and less "cracker" than generally shown in fiction.
* KarmaHoudini: [[spoiler:By the end, the American government.]]
* TheLastDance: [[spoiler:Nine, Twelve and Five are all going through this due to being SecretlyDying.]]
* LeaveNoWitnesses: [[spoiler:American special forces were ordered to assassinate Nine and Twelve due to their personal involvement with Five.]]
* {{Leitmotif}}: "walt" plays during many of Lisa's scenes.
** As with "fugl" and its arrangement, "seele."
* MeaningfulEcho: Episode 1: "Fly high, Lisa!"
** Episode 4: "Know thyself."
** Episode 5: "Are you ready?"
* MoodWhiplash: The incredibly upbeat scenes [[spoiler: near the end of the last episode. Tokyo is left without power and Nine, Twelve, and Lisa go to play around and enjoy themselves near the Athena Plan orphans' burial sites.]]
* MortonsFork: [[spoiler:Five gives one to Twelve. Betray Nine and save Lisa, or let Lisa die and protect Nine]].
* NeverHurtAnInnocent: Sphinx's plots are structured so that, despite their destructiveness, nobody is killed. [[spoiler: Subverted in that 12 has ''zero'' qualms about blowing Lisa to bits if she decides not to join Sphinx.]]
** [[spoiler: Later on 9 is perfectly willing to let Lisa be killed by 5. Twice. By this point 12 is very ''not'' okay with it though.]]
* NoEndorHolocaust: Even with a few hours to prepare for it, it's doubtful that [[spoiler: an EMP blast over Japan would not result in at least a few causalities; like everyone on hospitalized life support, such as premature infants, and countless people trampled under the inevitably ensuing wave of panicked civil unrest, just to name a few ([[WhamLine thousand]]).]]
* NoPartyGiven: Averted, the politician Shibazaki interviews in Episode 8 is clearly stated on a campaign poster to be part of the Liberal Democratic Party, the main powerhouse party of Japanese politics.
* RelocatingTheExplosion: [[spoiler: The Kururi-bomb Twelve gives Lisa is meant to kill her if she doesn't join Sphinx; Nine has her use it to blow a hole in a wall to facilitate her escape.]]
* TheReveal: [[spoiler: Nine & Twelve didn't steal plutonium from the reprocessing facility: it was a genuine miniaturized nuclear bomb secretly built by the Japanese government in blatant violation of international treaties.]]
* RiddleMeThis: The way Sphinx hints at where they place their bombs.
* SadisticChoice: [[spoiler: You can die where you are, or become an accomplice.]]
** In Episode 9 Five gives Twelve one: [[spoiler:Disclose the location of the nuke they stole and thus betray Nine, or die together with Lisa]].
* SceneryPorn: One episode and the animation is already getting overwhelming praise.
* SceneryGorn: Scenes of destruction get just as much attention as scenes of beauty.
* SecretlyDying: [[spoiler:All the children from the institution have their days numbered because of the drugs they took while being raised/trained there. Five hides it well at the beginning, but it becomes quickly clear that her physical state is worse than Nine and Twelve, and she bites the dust first by commiting suicide. Nine's body fails him in the last episode. As for Twelve, he would probably have died the same way as Nine had he not been shot.]]
* ShoutOut: Episode 4 features a purple-haired {{Expy}} of [[Music/{{Vocaloid}} Hatsune Miku]].
* ShownTheirWork:
** During a briefing meeting, the police mention that Sphinx uploaded their threat video to the internet using a software called TOR to avoid detection. [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Onion_Router TOR is real, and it's short for The Onion Router; it's a technology that allows internet access through a series of proxy servers to avoid detection, similar to the layers of an onion]].
** The mechanics behind the thermite bombs and the subsequent phreatic explosion are accurate to real-world physics.
** Shibazaki makes the astute observation that "Sphinx" is pronounced with a hard "P" which is the Greek pronunciation of the word instead of the more widely known Latin version which uses a soft "F" sound.
** The processes by which Sphinx acquires its materials is described accurate to real-life criminal practices.
** When the Special Investigation Team launches raids on suspected Sphinx hideouts/bombing sites, they sometimes use the Australian and tandem rappeling styles, which are common methods used by elite police and military units in conducting raids. The two rappeling techniques are most commonly used by elite Japanese police/military units.
* StealthPun: The episode that Five is introduced in is, of course, Episode 5.
* TeensAreMonsters: There's Nine and Twelve being terrorists, and Lisa's merciless bullies.
* TheNewTens: The show's set in 2014. Particularly in the month of July.
* TimeSkip: There's one in the final episode of a year.
* {{Tragedy}}: Nine and Twelve are determined to reveal their pasts to the world at any cost, and this determination [[spoiler: leads to their deaths.]]
* TwoGuysAndAGirl: Nine, Twelve, and Lisa.
* XanatosSpeedChess: Episode 7 is 20 minutes of this. Both literally and figuratively.
* WhamEpisode: Episode 10. Just Episode 10. [[spoiler:Five defeats Nine and kills herself, but the real wham moment is Nine deciding to go and set off an atomic bomb on Japan because his press conference was stopped.]]
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Lisa's mother, who was never mentioned again after episode 3, and we never found out who Lisa's DisappearedDad was.
* YouAreNumberSix: The names of our resident bomb-throwers are Nine, Twelve and [[spoiler:Five]], courtesy of the Rising Peace Academy.
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20th Jul '15 11:14:54 AM nombretomado
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* BlandNameProduct: Applied inconsistently. The ever-ubiquitous "[[{{Mcdonalds}} [=Wcdonald's=]]]" is present, as well as other knock-offs like "[[{{GOOGLE}} Goodgle]]" and "[[TheOtherWiki Wikipedio]]", and several unnamed smartphone apps are clearly meant to resemble real-world apps like [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Line_(application) LINE]] and ''VideoGame/PuzzleAndDragons''. Some real names, like [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TOR_(onion_network) Tor]], [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amazon.com Amazon]] and YouTube, also appear, however.

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* BlandNameProduct: Applied inconsistently. The ever-ubiquitous "[[{{Mcdonalds}} "[[UsefulNotes/{{Mcdonalds}} [=Wcdonald's=]]]" is present, as well as other knock-offs like "[[{{GOOGLE}} Goodgle]]" and "[[TheOtherWiki Wikipedio]]", and several unnamed smartphone apps are clearly meant to resemble real-world apps like [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Line_(application) LINE]] and ''VideoGame/PuzzleAndDragons''. Some real names, like [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TOR_(onion_network) Tor]], [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amazon.com Amazon]] and YouTube, also appear, however.
12th Jan '15 2:39:30 PM PolarManne
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From Studio MAPPA, ''Zankyou No Terror'' (officially titled '''''Terror in Resonance''''') is a Summer2014Anime directed by Creator/ShinichiroWatanabe with music composed by Music/YokoKanno. The anime is licensed by Creator/{{Funimation}} in the U.S. and by Creator/MadmanEntertainment in Australia. Viewers in the U.S. can watch the series legally on [[http://www.funimation.com/shows/terror-in-resonance Funimation's site]] while Australian viewers can watch the series on [[http://www.animelab.com/shows/terror-in-resonance Anime Lab]].

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From Studio MAPPA, ''Zankyou No no Terror'' (officially titled '''''Terror in Resonance''''') is a Summer2014Anime directed by Creator/ShinichiroWatanabe with music composed by Music/YokoKanno. The anime is licensed by Creator/{{Funimation}} in the U.S. and by Creator/MadmanEntertainment in Australia. Viewers in the U.S. can watch the series legally on [[http://www.funimation.com/shows/terror-in-resonance Funimation's site]] while Australian viewers can watch the series on [[http://www.animelab.com/shows/terror-in-resonance Anime Lab]].
29th Oct '14 7:47:03 PM robusterwiz
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* {{Leitmotif}}: "Walt" plays during many of Lisa's scenes.

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* {{Leitmotif}}: "Walt" "walt" plays during many of Lisa's scenes.
29th Oct '14 7:43:53 PM robusterwiz
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* StealthPun: The Episode Five is introduced in is, of course, episode 5.
* TeensAreMonsters: There's Arata and Tōji being terrorists, and Lisa's merciless bullies.

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* StealthPun: The Episode episode that Five is introduced in is, of course, episode Episode 5.
* TeensAreMonsters: There's Arata Nine and Tōji Twelve being terrorists, and Lisa's merciless bullies.
29th Oct '14 7:38:38 PM robusterwiz
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* BlatantLies: "I don't have a cell phone or anything." ''*Phone rings*''

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* BlatantLies: "I BlatantLies:
-->'''Nine:''' I
don't have a cell phone or anything." ''*Phone \\
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rings*''



--> '''Twelve:''' ''I'm Number Two, and I love explosions!''

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--> '''Twelve:''' -->'''Twelve:''' ''I'm Number Two, and I love explosions!''
29th Oct '14 7:36:03 PM robusterwiz
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* ShoutOut: Episode 4 features a purple-haired [[{{Expy}} send-up]] of [[Music/{{Vocaloid}} Hatsune Miku]].

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* ShoutOut: Episode 4 features a purple-haired [[{{Expy}} send-up]] {{Expy}} of [[Music/{{Vocaloid}} Hatsune Miku]].
29th Oct '14 7:34:58 PM robusterwiz
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* SadisticChoice: [[spoiler: You can die where you are, or become an accomplice]]

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* SadisticChoice: [[spoiler: You can die where you are, or become an accomplice]]accomplice.]]



* SecretlyDying: [[spoiler:All the children from the institution have their days numbered because of the drugs they took while being raised/trained there. Five hides it well at the beginning, but it becomes quickly clear that her physical state is worse than Nine and Twelve, and she bites the dust first by commiting suicide. Nine's body fails him in the last episode. As for Twelve, he would probably have died the same way as Nine if he has not been shot]].

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* SecretlyDying: [[spoiler:All the children from the institution have their days numbered because of the drugs they took while being raised/trained there. Five hides it well at the beginning, but it becomes quickly clear that her physical state is worse than Nine and Twelve, and she bites the dust first by commiting suicide. Nine's body fails him in the last episode. As for Twelve, he would probably have died the same way as Nine if had he has not been shot]].shot.]]
29th Oct '14 7:33:08 PM robusterwiz
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* BlatantLies: "I don't have a cell phone or anything." ''(Phone rings)''

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* BlatantLies: "I don't have a cell phone or anything." ''(Phone rings)''''*Phone rings*''



--> '''Twelve:''' ''"I'm Number Two, and I love explosions!"''

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--> '''Twelve:''' ''"I'm ''I'm Number Two, and I love explosions!"''explosions!''
29th Oct '14 7:32:18 PM robusterwiz
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** In episode #9 Five gives Twelve one: [[spoiler:Disclose the location of the nuke they stole and thus betray Nine or die together with Lisa]].

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** In episode #9 Episode 9 Five gives Twelve one: [[spoiler:Disclose the location of the nuke they stole and thus betray Nine Nine, or die together with Lisa]].
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