The official Twitter account and site for P.A. Works‘ original Fairy Gone Anime reported on Saturday that the anime will debut the second of the anime‘s two cours (quarters of the year) in October.
The cast will show up at a superior screening occasion for the first three episodes (#13-#15) of the anime‘s second half on September 29 in Tokyo, and participants will get an acrylic stand engraved with the replicated signatures of the cast.
An application structure for development tickets deals to the occasion will be incorporated into the anime’s first Blu-ray Disc/DVD volume, which will dispatch on July 17.
The Fairy Gone anime debuted on April 7. Funimation is gushing the anime as it affectation in Japan. The anime has eight Blu-ray Disc and DVD home video discharges in Japan, for an aggregate of 24 scenes. The volumes are slated to deliver in Japan on July 17, August 21, September 18, October 16, December 18, January 22, February 19, and March 18.
The anime‘s official description is:
In the aftermath of the War of Unification, all the nations of the continent of Eastald are forcefully united under a single ruler. During the war, special soldiers were implanted with Fairy organs, allowing them to summon powerful Fairies to fight under their command. These soldiers were dubbed “Fairy Soldiers” and used by all sides. However, nine years after the end of the war, conflict still remains as rogue Fairy Soldiers and criminals take advantage of the postwar instability. To combat this threat, the government agency “Dorothea” is formed, whose sole purpose is to combat illegal Fairy users.
One of Dorothea’s newest recruits, Marlya, teams up with veteran Fairy Soldier and Dorothea operative Free in hopes of tracking down her long lost childhood friend Veronica, who is now an illegal Fairy Soldier working for an unknown organization looking to recover an artifact dubbed the “Black Fairy Tome”.
Kenichi Suzuki is directing the anime, with Grimgar of Fantasy and Ash light novel writer Ao Jūmonji composing and managing the contents. Haruhisa Nakata drew the first plans for the characters and fairies, while Takako Shimizu planned the characters for animation.