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Protocol Magi :ORIGIN (プロトコル マギ :ORIGIN) is an original drama produced by AKB0048. The main character is portrayed by Sashihara Rino the 11th.

Details

  • Episodes: 48
  • Broadcast network: TV Akibastar
  • Air time: TBA
  • Opening song: Assemble by AKB0048
                              Conditions of the Heart by AKB0048
  • Ending song: You are You by AKB0048
                              Beware by AKB0048

Synopsis

Mashiro Mitsu is an average girl living in the town of Hanabi with the same worries as every other girl her age, albeit with a strange interest. Her life makes a 180 degree turn when the theories she has had that were doubted by most of her surroundings are proven true when she meets a living embodiment of her interest; A magical girl. Now filled with new purpose, Mashiro Mitsu sets out to figure out who this Magical Girl actually is - and possibly how to become one herself.

Episodes List

  1. Episode 1 - The Blue Leader
  2. Episode 2 - The Red Miracle
  3. Episode 3 - The Orange Flame
  4. Episode 4 - The Green Butterfly
  5. Episode 5 - Detective Mashiro
  6. Episode 6 - The Yellow Warrior
  7. Episode 7 - Naturally, I'm the best
  8. Episode 8 - The Pink Flower
  9. Episode 9 - D.o.S.D
  10. Episode 10 - Let go of Jealousy
  11. Episode 11 - Man's true best friend
  12. Episode 12 - The Girl in Silver Light

Cast

Actor
Sashihara Rino the 11th
Takahashi Minami the 7th
Maeda Atsuko the 19th
Kodama Haruka the 8th
Matsui Rena the 9th
Akimoto Sayaka the 15th
Hatsune Hikari
Yokoyama Yui the 13.5th
Nakahara Monica
Asami Mirai
Miyabi Honoka
Kashita Miyagi
Hashimoto Ayumi

Role
Mashiro Mitsu
Nakajima Shiori / Aubade
Oshiro Hanako / Hyacinth
Abe Kira / Solstice
Hikawa Naomi / Numina
Aoyama Anna / Nimbus
Minami Mio / Métier
Yomino Mizuki / Regalia
Shitto
Kyoei
Unnamed girl
Kashida Miya
Mrs.Nakajima

Promotional Trailers

Kouhaku Trailer

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Blue, Light Grey, Red and Green sparkles flew over a dark surface, before they condensed with others of the same colour, shaping four coloured silouettes. The camera seemed to back away from the figures, revealing another figure, a blindingly white one, facing the other figures. The four silouettes moved slightly, before sprinting towards the White figure and the camera. The colours disappeared, revealing a more realistic image. The four figures; Blue, Light Grey, Red, and Green, were all hooded, and the identity of them remained unrevealed. White's face wasn't shown either, as she kept her back towards the camera. The four engaged White in a hand to fight, in which she managed to keep her footing by moving quickly and seemingly teleporting at times. White managed to send Blue flying with a massive, white, energy burst, only to instantly get assaulted by Light Grey who seemed to have even more vigour than previously. Electricity crackled around her arms and fists as she punched and kicked at the White girl, who only barely managed to block each attack.

Then, suddenly, Light grey kicked away from White, joining the other three levitating a short distance away from the Warrior in White. Grey's arms crackled with electricity as she rose them and aimed at the White Girl. Red's eyes were enveloped by flames, Green's hands shone faintly as large boulders rose from the ground to hover above her, and finally, Blue was surrounded by droplets the size of her head, which froze to sharp shards of ice. The four launched their projectiles, in Blue and Green's case, or Lighting or Flames in Red and Grey's case, towards White. She roze her hands, enveloped in a bright white light. An energy beam shot out of them, and when the two attacks collided, an explosion occurred, filling the entire screen, before White was revealed to drop and land gracefully on the ground. The other Four followed, facing her a little ways away.

Trivia

  • Each episode was filmed in the order that they aired, and the actresses only got the script for the episode, once filming of the previous one ended.
    • However, to make it easier for certain actors to act how they properly should, a lot of them were told details about what was going to happen to their characters.
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