Armed Girl's Machiavellism

Armed Girl's Machiavellism (Japanese: 武装少女マキャヴェリズム, Hepburn: Busō Shōjo Makyaverizumu) is a Japanese manga series illustrated by Karuna Kanzaki and written by Yuya Kurokami. The series began serialization in Kadokawa's Monthly Shōnen Ace magazine in March 2014. An anime television series adaptation from the manga created by Silver Link and Connect aired from April 2017 to June 2017.[2][3]

Armed Girl's Machiavellism
Armed Girl's Machiavellism, volume 1.jpg
The cover of the first volume of the manga featuring Rin Onigawara (middle) & Fudou Nomura (lower-right).
武装少女マキャヴェリズム
(Busō Shōjo Makyaverizumu)
GenreAction, comedy[1]
Manga
Written byYūya Kurokami
Illustrated byKaruna Kanzaki
Published byKadokawa Shoten
MagazineMonthly Shōnen Ace
DemographicShōnen
Original runMarch 25, 2014 – present
Volumes12 (List of volumes)
Anime television series
Directed byHideki Tachibana
Produced byJōtarō Ishigami
Written byKento Shimoyama
Music byHiromi Mizutani (Team-MAX)
StudioSilver Link
Connect
Licensed by
Original networkAT-X, Tokyo MX, KBS, TV Aichi, Sun TV, TVQ, BS11
English network
Original run April 5, 2017 June 21, 2017
Episodes12 + OVA (List of episodes)
Wikipe-tan face.svg Anime and manga portal

PlotEdit

Fudo Nomura is a young man who was recently expelled from his old high school as a result of a massive, violent brawl. He wants a normal life, but the new school he transferred to is Private Aichi Symbiosis Academy, where the female students have been violently oppressing their male classmates out of misguided paranoia ever since the school became co-ed. A five-member vigilante group called the "Supreme Five Swords" led by Rin Onigawara holds Nomura at sword-point to concede to the rules or leave the school. At this point, Nomura challenges the Supreme Five Swords for his own right and prove true morality despite the brutal force.

CharactersEdit

Fudou Nomura (納村 不道, Nomura Fudō)
Voiced by: Tasuku Hatanaka (Japanese); Scott Gibbs (English)[3][4]
A student who has only recently transferred to Aiichi, Nomura desires freedom and dislikes being forced to do things against his will. During a huge brawl, he managed to defeat 40 people and was then expelled from his previous school and was forcefully transferred to the Private Aiichi Symbiosis Academy. He uses knife-proof gloves and his signature technique is the Spirit Bullet, a powerful palm-strike. He makes it his goal to collect the stamps from the Supreme Five Swords. He is an orphan and doesn't remember his parents. He originally practices the Jigen-ryū style of swordsmanship but eventually gives up on using the sword due to the damage inflicted in his body during sword practices.
Rin Onigawara (鬼瓦 輪, Onigawara Rin)
Voiced by: Yūki Takada (Japanese); Kira Vincent-Davis (English)[3][4]
Rin is a renowned sword wielder and leader the Supreme Five Swords. She wears an oni mask due to her terrible childhood and is also known for being merciless to the point that most transfer students in her class quit school. She holds feelings for Nomura after accidentally kissing each other and started watching after him instead of correcting him. She is now covering only her right eye instead of the face after Nomura changes her view about herself and relieved her inner heart. She practices the Japanese Swordsmanship style of Kashima Shinden Jikishinkage-ryū.
Mary Kikakujou (亀鶴城 メアリ, Kikakujō Meari)
Voiced by: Sayaka Kitahara (Japanese); Maggie Flecknoe (English)[5][4]
A well endowed French-Japanese student and a member of the Supreme Five Swords, Mary is well versed in western style fencing, accurately piercing central nerves with her rapier. After her fight with Nomura, she seems to have gained some feelings for him after failing to coax him into touching her breasts. She become the second person to get close on Nomura but instead quarrelling with Rin on watching over Nomura. Whenever she gets flustered or excited, she tends to revert to speaking French. She is also have a perverted mind to let Nomura touch her body whenever she does things wrong to him but quickly rejected by Nomura, making her disappointed.
Satori Tamaba (眠目 さとり, Tamaba Satori)
Voiced by: Nozomi Nishida (Japanese); Allison Sumrall (English)[5][4]
One of the Supreme Five Swords (Tenka Goken) at The Private Aichi Academy. She blackmailed Nomura to defeat him but instead was defeated herself. After the brawl with Nomura, she started to have interest in him and calls him Nomura-chan instead of his full name. She is a practitioner of swordsmanship style of Keishi-ryū Kidachi Kata, which consists of 10 kata from 10 different kenjutsu schools and is officially taught to Japanese Police Officers.
Warabi Hanasaka (花酒 蕨, Hanasaka Warabi)
Voiced by: Rina Hidaka (Japanese); Juliet Simmons (English)[5][4]
She is a member of the Supreme Five Swords who has a pet bear named Kyoubou and later a pet cub, Domou. After Nomura had defeated Mary and Rin, she organised 'Waralimpics', an event to correct students, in her master plan to correct Mary, Rin and ultimately Nomura, but failed. She then organised her followers to execute the emergency plan and invites Nomura to meet her on the rooftop. She, Kyoubou and her closest followers were defeated by Nomura, Rin and Mary. She later helped Nomura as his new friend to get him into the girl's dormitory in order to find Satori after Nomura found himself at a disadvantage from Satori's blackmailing plans. She is a practitioner of the Japanese Swordsmanship style of Taisha-ryū.
Tsukuyo Inaba (因幡 月夜, Inaba Tsukuyo)
Voiced by: Natsumi Hioka (Japanese); Luci Christian (English)[5][4]
A middle school girl prodigy who skipped a grade. She is blind and is the strongest of the Five. She is an expert at iaido. She and Nomura studied a similar style of swordsmanship, while Nomura practices the Jigen-ryu, Tsukuyo practices its descendant style, the Yakumaru Jigen-ryū. Even though using the same sword style, Tsukuyo still managed to overpowered him with her fully mastered sword skills. Days after Kirukiru Amo getting expelled, Inaba had made Nomura to become her disciple to further increase his Spirit Bullet's power.
Kirukiru Amou (天羽 斬々, Kirukiru Amō)
Voiced by: Eriko Matsui (Japanese); Carli Mosier (English)[5][4]
A transfer student who has been sent to Private Aiichi Symbiosis Academy for being the boss of a gang that was involved in a huge brawl. She later became known as "Empress" after single-handedly defeating two of the Supreme Five Swords, Rin and Mary. Before being transferred, she fought against Nomura which he suffer bad injuries and get hospitalized. Amou falls in love with Nomura after being defeated by him in a one-on-one battle, when he declined to be her subordinate. She gets very jealous when she saw Nomura get too close with the Supreme Five Sword members. After the row with the Supreme Five Sword and Nomura, she befriended Nomura and was expelled from Aichi Academy and gets forcefully transferred to Private Hokkai Symbiosis Academy. She is a practitioner of Karate, specifically the Uechi-ryu Karate.
Nono Mozunono (百舌鳥野 のの, Mozunono Nono)
Voiced by: Miku Itō (Japanese); Shanae'a Moore (English)[6][4]
Rin's freshman and second in-command.
Chouka U Baragasaki (蝶華・U・薔薇咲, Barazaki U Chōka)
Voiced by: Akane Kohinata (Japanese); Meg McDonald (English)[6][4]
Mary's freshman and second in-command. She's actually Japanese and wears a wig and contact lenses to change her appearance to resemble that of a westerner.
Sassa Kurasaki (倉崎 佐々, Kurosaki Sasa)
Voiced by: Miharu Hanai (Japanese); Catherine Thomas (English)[6][4]
One of Nomura and Rin's classmates.
Ui Migii (右井 右井, Migii Ui)
Voiced by: Shiori Mutō (Japanese); Elissa Cuellar (English)[6][4]
One of Nomura and Rin's classmates.
Tsunemi Touko (ツネミトコ, Tōko Tsunemi)
Voiced by: Miharu Sawada (Japanese); Chelsea McCurdy (English)[4]
One of Warabi's musketeers, she uses a range of iron as a weapon.
Kinue Tanukihara (タヌキハラ キヌエ, Tanukihara Kinue)
Voiced by: Yūki Yamada (Japanese); Katelyn Barr (English)[4]
She is one of Warabi's Musketeers, she uses two truncheons as weapons. She also has a pencil to write on her notepad.
Nico Saruwatari (猿渡 ニコ, Saruwatari Nico)
Voiced by: Natsumi Yamada (Japanese); Alexandra Bedford (English)[4]
A student a Aichi Private Academy who resembles an adolescent boy. She often shown wearing sunglasses and an exercise jersey.
Kyoubou (キョーボー, Kyōbō)
Voiced by: Saki Fujita (Japanese); Joanne Bonasso (English)[6][4]
Hanasaka's pet bear. It seemed to have affection for Nomura after being defeated by Nomura twice. It bore a cub, Doumo.
Misogi Tamaba (眠目 ミソギ, Tamaba Misogi)
Voiced by: Nozomi Nishida
She is the elder twin sister of Satori. Her real name is Satori, when children, "Misogi" decided to be Satori, and "Satori" eventually became "Misogi". Misogi stole Satori's identity making everyone in their family believe that she was Satori and vice versa, stealing the real Satori's birthright as the successor of their family's sword school. Now "Misogi" follows "Satori's" shadow, unconditionally loving her monstrous sister.
Kusuo Masukodera (増子寺 楠男, Masukodera Kusuo)
Voiced by: Tetsuharu Ōta (Japanese); Andrew Love (English)[6][4]
One of the male students in Aichi Academy. Like the rest of the male student (except for Nomura), he wears makeup as a means to co-exist with the female students in the academy. He is also Nomura's roommate and his first friend.
Koharu Narukami (鳴神 虎春, Narukami Koharu)
Voiced by: Eri Kitamura (Japanese); Brittney Karbowski (English)[4]
The governor of Aiichi and Tsukuyo's older half-sister. She was the one who assigned Tsukuyo to watch over Nomura.
Yukino Fujibayashi (藤林 祥乃, Fujibayashi Yukino)
Voiced by: Mamiko Noto (Japanese); Joanne Bonasso (English)[4]
Headmistress of the school and the butler and bodyguard of Koharu Narukami.
Eva Maria Rose (エヴァマリアローズ, Eva Maria Rose)
Voiced by: Saki Fujita (Japanese); Casey Magin (English)[4]
She is the mother of the female dormitory, she takes care of Tsukuyo on Koharu's warrant.
Doumou (ドモモ, Dōmō)
Voiced by: Saki Fujita (Japanese); Natalie Jones (English)[4]
It is the youngest son of Kyoubou, he appears to be great at hiding.
Dousetsu Kirisaki (桐崎道津, Kirisaki Dōsetsu)
Voiced by: Chiharu Shigematsu
He's a friend of Fudou from his previous school. Fudou held out his hand to him, Dousetsu amiably invited him to stroll through the school. Kirukiru out of jealousy, pounded his face, incapacitating him from standing up. It is later revealed that Fudou's motive for wanting to be free to leave Aichi Private was to see if Dousetsu was well.
Omugi (大隈, Omugi)
Voiced by: Chiharu Shigematsu (Japanese); Joe Daniels (English)[4]
He is one of Kusuo's colleagues, he is always seen next to Hiko. He, Hiko and Kusuo, are the narrators in the final credits of the episodes.
Hiko (ヒコ, Hiko)
Voiced by: Tomoya Kousaka (Japanese); Gareth West (English)[4]
He is the friend of Omugi, like all other male students, he coexists with the rules of the school. Hiko and Kusuo, are the narrators of the final extras of the episodes.

MediaEdit

MangaEdit

Artist Karuna Kanzaki and writer Yuya Kurokami launched the series in the May 2014 issue of Kadokawa Shoten's shōnen manga magazine Monthly Shōnen Ace on March 25, 2014.[7][8] The first three chapters were later made available on the ComicWalker website.[2] The series has been compiled into twelve tankōbon volumes to date.

No. Japanese release date Japanese ISBN
1 October 25, 2014[9]978-4-04-102229-0
2 February 26, 2015[10]978-4-04-102877-3
3 July 25, 2015[11]978-4-04-103449-1
4 February 26, 2016[12]978-4-04-104088-1
5 July 26, 2016[13]978-4-04-104537-4
6 March 25, 2017[14]978-4-04-104538-1
7 November 25, 2017 (w/BD edition)[15]
November 25, 2017 (regular ed.)[16]
978-4-04-105638-7 (w/BD ed.)
ISBN 978-4-04-106307-1 (regular ed.)
8 July 26, 2018[17]978-4-04-106929-5
9 June 25, 2019[18]978-4-04-106930-1
10 February 25, 2020[19]978-4-04-109039-8
11 November 25, 2020[20]978-4-04-109040-4
12 September 25, 2021[21]978-4-04-111713-2

AnimeEdit

In May 2016, series illustrator Karuna Kanzaki tweeted that there would be an "important announcement" concerning the series in the August issue of Monthly Shōnen Ace on June 26, 2016.[1][2][8] On June 19, 2016, Kadokawa announced that the series would receive an anime adaptation,[2][22] which will be animated by Silver Link and Connect.[23] The anime was directed by Hideki Tachibana and written by Kento Shimoyama. The character designs are handled by Shoko Takimoto and the music is composed by Hiromi Mizutani from Team-MAX. It aired from April 2017 to June 2017.[3] An original video animation was released with the manga's 7th volume on November 25, 2017.[24] Sentai Filmworks has licensed the series in North America.[25] MVM Films released the series in the United Kingdom.[26]

No.TitleOriginal air date [27]
1"The Magnificent Blade, Rin Onigawara"
"Subarashiki Yaiba, Onigawara Rin" (Japanese: 素晴らしき刃「鬼瓦輪」)
April 5, 2017 (2017-04-05)[28]
In Aichi Coexistence academy, the boys are forced to coexist with the girls by throwing away their masculinity. Fudo Nomura transferred there without knowing anything, and was then surrounded in class by a group of armed girls. There, Rin Onigawara, one of the Supreme Five Swords that reigned over the school, proclaimed that she will “correct” Nomura.
2"The Chastity Dorm Riot"
"Teishuku Ryō, Sōran" (Japanese: 「貞淑寮」騒乱)
April 12, 2017 (2017-04-12)[29]
While Nomura won in his fight against Rin, he accidentally stole a kiss from her, which earned the ire of the girl students. Members of the junior high and close friends from members of the Five Swords, Nono Mizunono and Choka U. Baragasaki chases after Nomura for revenge, but Nomura barely cared. Instead, he went to the girls’ dormitory in order to get the exit permit from the currently ill Rin.
3"The Fair Sword, Mary Kikakujo"
"Uruwashiki Yaiba, Kikakujō Meari" (Japanese: 麗しき刃「亀鶴城メアリ」)
April 19, 2017 (2017-04-19)[30]
After causing a mess in the girls’ dorm, Nomura is put under supervision of Rin. However, he became the target of another Supreme Five Swords, Mary Kikakujo. While Rin held Mary back and Nomura was chased by Choka, Nomura met with the Empress, Kirukiru Amou, who Nomura seems to know from before he transferred here.
4"The Warabinpics are Starting!"
"Warabinpikku, Kaimaku Sengen!" (Japanese: 「ワラビンピック」開幕宣言!)
April 26, 2017 (2017-04-26)[31]
Nomura is now supervised not only by Rin, but also by Mary. However, any outsider would say that they’re not supervising him, but instead flirting with him. This angers the eldest member of the Supreme Five Swords, Warabi Hanasaka. And thus, Nomura, Rin, and Mary are forced to participate on Bloodsport Day, the 13th Warabimpics.
5"The Love-Crazed Blade, Warabi Hanasaka"
"Ai Kuruoshiki Yaiba, Hanazake Warabi" (Japanese: 愛狂しき刃「花酒蕨」)
May 3, 2017 (2017-05-03)[32]
Thanks to Nomura’s efforts, the Warabimpics have ended well. But Warabi isn’t someone to give up so easily. She sets up a trap, inviting Nomura to come to the school to get his permission stamp from as a reward for his victory. But on his way, he faces WRB34 (Warabi thirty-four). With the help of Rin, Mary, Nono and Choka, Nomura manages to advance. That is until he meets one of the Supreme Five Swords, Satori Tamaba!
6"Notes on a Scandal"
"Aru Sukyandāru no Oboegaki" (Japanese: ある「スキャンダル」の覚え書き)
May 10, 2017 (2017-05-10)[33]
Nomura seems to have entered his popularity phase. Because of his great success at the Warabimbics, the girls of the school follow him with hungry eyes. Even though he spends his days as usual, even the slightest action from him is followed by a wave of cheers. Nomura himself doesn’t really think much of it, but Rin and Mary don’t think it’s funny. But the happy times can’t continue forever. One morning, while his bags get checked by Rin and Mary like always, ‘something’ falls out of his pocket.
7"The Dubious Sword, Satori Tamaba"
"Ayashiki Yaiba, Tamaba Satori" (Japanese: 妖しき刃「眼目さとり」)
May 17, 2017 (2017-05-17)[34]
Thanks to Satori’s tricks, Nomura’s reputation is on the ground. It was Warabi, who has had an eye on him since the Warabimpics, who trapped him inside the punishment room when Rin and Mary were out of sight. Only through acquiring Satori’s pictures can Nomura prove his innocence. Thinking like that, Nomura starts to attack Warabi as well as Satori in a public bath for ladies. Nomura is pretty disturbed by the fact that Satori isn’t wearing any clothes. She still attacks him without any regard for his feelings. That’s just the kind of monster she is.
8"His and Crossdressing Her Circumstances"
"Kareshi Kanojo Onē no, Jijō" (Japanese: 彼氏彼女オネエの「事情」)
May 24, 2017 (2017-05-24)[35]

When Nomura opened his eyes, he was in the infirmary. After the battle with Satori, Warabi passed out and was brought in as well. Rin and Mary know nothing about Warabi and are concerned about Nomura and want to visit him, running into each other on the way. And while both of them forget what they were originally about to do, they start a strange fight.

Meanwhile, Warabi faces a different problem in the infirmary.
9"The Day Love Died"
"Ai, ga Kowareta Hi" (Japanese: 「愛」が壊れた日)
May 31, 2017 (2017-05-31)[36]

This morning was Nomura’s worst so far. He woke up from a nightmare filled with his past, clouded memories colored in the red of blood. However, his attention was soon grabbed by the uproar happening in the dormitory, caused by those who wouldn’t understand in what kind of state he is in. Apparently, a monster is in their bathroom.

Meanwhile in the girls dorm, they have to deal with other problems, because things keep disappearing, which shouldn’t. And then the empress, Kirukiru Amo, disappears as well
10"The Terrifying Blade, Tsukuyo Inaba"
"Osoroshiki Yaiba, Inaba Tsukiyo" (Japanese: 恐ろき刃「因幡月夜」)
June 7, 2017 (2017-06-07)[37]
Tsukuyo Inaba is one of the Heavenly Five swords with extraordinary skills. She fights using Yakumaru Jiken-ryuu. Facing her god-like speed, even Nomura can’t help but be surprised, as he realizes that her skill is far above his own. But their talks are interrupted when they hear sounds of a fight coming from the rooftop of the school. Nomura and Tsukuyo head there to see what is going on. But when they arrive, the Empress has already disappeared
11"The Magic Bullet I'll Always Remember"
"Mune ni Nokoru Ano Hi no, Dangan" (Japanese: 胸に残るあの日の「弾丸」)
June 14, 2017 (2017-06-14)[38]
12"The Girls' Machiavellism"
"Shōjo-tachi no Makyaverizumu" (Japanese: 少女達の「マキャヴェリズム」)
June 21, 2017 (2017-06-21)[39]
13 (OVA)"Throbbing! Five Swords' Inn Excursion"
"Doki! "Goken-darake" no Ian Ryokou" (Japanese: ドキッ!「五剣だらけ」の慰安旅行)
November 25, 2017 (2017-11-25)[15]

ReceptionEdit

The fourth volume of the series appeared on the Oricon manga charts at 49th place, selling 16,180 copies.[40]

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