"Wait..wait..wait... Wh..WHAT IS THIS?", Madoka continued yelling toward the mirror as she walked forward, extending a hand and touching the window. Truth was, you weren't Madoka, Madoka was an anime character. You were now Madoka.Magia Revolution (aka Puella Magi /a/nonymous Magica) is a series of Puella Magi Madoka Magica Choose Your Own Adventure games which started with one basic premise: Taking Madoka Kaname from the main timeline of the anime, and handing control of her body to the anonymous folks at 4chan's /a/ board. The same anonymous folks who may be aware of the horrors the show brings.Once Madoka's mind is swapped with that of /a/'s collective consciousness, her physical form is turned into a Genre Savvy crusader, naming themselves Faust, who seeks to set things right in the Madokaverse. Uncontrollable plot points from the show remain present, but the actual plot diverges drastically as a result of game breaking decision making and abilities courtesy of Anonymous. There are many complications; meddling of the timeline has led to, among others, the appearance of Oriko, Kirika and Yuma as well as Kazumi, increasingly unforeseeable events, and the consciousness of the real Madoka needing to be jettisoned...somewhere...whenever Anonymous takes control of her body. The series started out very lightheartedly (by lighthearted, we mean Anonymous-controlled Madoka being hilariously Out of Character on the first day) before drifting in and out of Serious Business territory, albeit with a steady turn for the Darker and Edgier. It doesn't hold back with the Shipping either.Magia Revolution ran a total of 23 episodes posted over the course of over a week in both the /a/ board and, towards the end, the /tg/ board. Like other imageboard-based CYOA, part of the fun is reading the choices and reactions made by Anonymous as they grew increasingly paranoid of the fate of the characters as the story progressed. Very NSFW frequently due to the nature of Anonymous, the author's impressively deranged mind, and, after the halfway point, a very persistent spammer at /a/ who was the primary reason threads were alternately posted between /a/ and /tg/.Revolution is followed by four CYOAs:
—Magia Revolution, episode 1.
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