After revealing the staff involved, the anime adaptation of the novel light titled “Juuni Taisen” (12 Wars) made by NisiOisin and illustrator Hikaru Nakamura re-released a teaser video featuring the 12 soldiers and the number of episodes to be aired.
The 1 minute 39 second video released on Sunday shows the character of Juuni Taisen and a footage of a fight scene between Usagi and a woman holding a machine gun. At the end of the video is displayed the staff and the seiyuu involved, there is no change in the section, especially in the seiyuu section where there is only one name that was announced as a seiyuu that is Nobuhiko Okamoto. He will portray Usagi, a man weighed down by the title of Rabbit from the Chinese zodiac.
The second info about the number of episodes itself was obtained from a pamphlet distributed on the AnimeJapan title which says that the anime adaptation of light novel Juuni Taisen (12 Wars) made by NisiOisin and Hikaru Nakamura will air as many as 12 episodes which is the first part. This means the anime will consist of several sections like other NisiOisin works that have also been adapted into anime.
Synopsis Anime Juuni Taisen
Juuni Taisen – Anime fall (fall) titled Juuni Taisen (十二 大 戦) tells about twelve fierce warriors carrying the names of twelve Chinese zodiac characters who fight for their every life and soul. The twelve weird participants are rats, cows, tigers, rabbits, dragons, snakes, horses, goats, monkeys, chickens, dogs, and pigs.
Every twelve years, twelve ways of royale fighting are held, and this year is the 12th time. 12 bearers of the zodiac name fight each other.
For the winner, he can have one request that will be granted irrespective of the situation.
There is one wish each wants to grant no matter what happens …
Who will survive to the end?
On the battlefield where strategy and massacre are spinning along, whose tears will fall?
A royale fight that will shake your soul out soon.
About Anime Juuni Taisen
Season: Fall 2017
Producer: Naoto Hosoda
Author: Sadayuki Murai
Release: October 3, 2017
Music: Gou Shiina