Onmyou Hyakki Monogatari

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In a time of the coexistence of demons and humans, a search for power, strength, and supremacy has been launched by bad forces from the underworld. The balance is now in grave danger between the two different worlds.

Thankfully, there’s a group of talented individuals who can learn the stars and draw amulets. They have the power to bind the two around each other, even to sedate the spirits. To keep harmony and order between the different extremes, they are willing to place it all on the line. They’re referred to as Onmyouji.

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Onmyou Hyakki Monogatari or several demon stories of Yin and Yang are premised on the Onmyouji fictional role-playing game. To commemorate the game’s third anniversary, the Chinese game developer, NetEase, announced an anime adaptation. The game for iOS and Android was launched in 2016 by NetEase, and it has been downloaded more than 250 million times globally. This is not the first of its kind where a game franchise acquired an anime adaptation. There is plenty of anime series that are derived from games such as I-CHU Etoile Stage and A!3: Season Autumn and Winter. An internet anime called Onmyouji: Heian Monogatari, a short series comprising twelve episodes, was also based on the game released in 2018.

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Onmyouji: Heian Monogatari and its sequel, aired on Tokyo MX and streamed in 2018-19 on Bilibili. Even though the official account of the anime has released a PV for the show, no staff or animation studio information has yet been revealed. The anime is likely to follow the same story as the ‘Main Story’ of the game. It follows the protagonist, Seimei, that he is trying to recover his lost memories. According to the game, Onmyou Hyakki Monogatari was set up in Kyoto during the Heian period. A short PV was released on the official YouTube channel.

The video gives details of the characters and has soft, traditional Chinese music played in the background. It also announces that the anime would broadcast in 2020, but no specific date has been set.