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Und Sie dachten, es ist nie ein Mädchen online? ist eine japanische leichte Romanreihe, die von Shibai Kineko geschrieben und von Hisasi illustriert wurde. ASCII Media Works hat seit einundzwanzig Bände unter dem Namen Dengeki Bunko. Die Serie And You Thought There Is Never a Girl Online? (watchbox) streamen ▷ Viele weitere Serien-Episoden aus dem Genre Anime im Online Stream bei. And You Thought There Is Never a Girl Online? ist ein Anime des Studios»project No.9«mit dem Hauptgenre Komödie. Beschreibung: Hideki Nishimura wurde. After Hideki Nishimura confesses to a girl online, he is shocked when she turns out to be a boy. Traumatized, he swears to never trust any “girl” players. That is. And You Thought There Is Never a Girl Online? jetzt legal online anschauen. Die Serie ist aktuell bei TVNOW verfügbar. Hideki Nishimura wurde online.
And you thought there is never a girl online?: Hideki Nishimura wurde online reingelegt. Er dachte, er hätte ein Mädchen im Internet. After Hideki Nishimura confesses to a girl online, he is shocked when she turns out to be a boy. Traumatized, he swears to never trust any “girl” players. That is. Und Sie dachten, es ist nie ein Mädchen online? ist eine japanische leichte Romanreihe, die von Shibai Kineko geschrieben und von Hisasi illustriert wurde. ASCII Media Works hat seit einundzwanzig Bände unter dem Namen Dengeki Bunko.
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Edit Did You Know? Akane and Kyo confront Hideki to try and stop Ako as Hideki admits that spending time with the real Ako has made him develop feelings for her outside the game.
Hideki runs to the contact place to persuade Ako to not meet the person but then Saito shows up. Hideki discovers Saito is actually Nekohime.
Kyo recruits Saito to be the club's new advisor. As Hideki notices Ako's usual behavior getting worse and the club members sympathizing with her, Ms.
Saito proposes to shut down the club and to quit gaming for the remaining school term, to which Kyo threatens her again with her Nekohime accent.
Shortly after under Kyo's persuasion, the players try their luck with Legendary Age's mystery box feature, to which Ako's pulls yield underwhelming luck.
After Hideki cheers her up with popsicles, Ako is in distress the following day as rumors about her and Hideki's relationship begin to surface and starts becoming a center of attention to other girls.
As Hideki seeks advice from his fellow players about it, Akane's friend Nanako Akiyama walks inside the club room, and Akane becomes shaken as Nanako questions her about the club and why she's there.
Frantically covering up for herself, Akane is left in despair after shoving her friend out the door. Meanwhile in the game, as they are waiting for Schwein and Master, Rusian and Ako explore the sights and briefly crosses paths with Nekohime and her crazy fanatic guild.
After saving a newbie player named Sette, she learns the basics of the game from Rusian while triggering Ako's jealousy.
As Akane is in high spirits the next day for having Nanako keep her gaming secret, Alley Cats prepares for another quest as Sette finds Rusian and runs into his guild.
As Rusian explains to the guild that Sette is a fresh player, Schwein offers to teach her, to which she playfully declines. The next day, as Ako suggests that the club should play a different game, Kyo's searches result in them playing the FPS game Ultra Force, using Ako's hatred of normies to snipe targets with exceptional skill.
After an all-night Ultra Force gaming session, a sleep-deprived Hideki finds Ako exhibiting behavior similar to the game, while Nanako questions them on their whereabouts within Legendary Age.
Hideki and the others soon realize her identity as Sette within the game, and while a dazed Akane rocks back and forth, a frustrated Ako storms off after Nanako clarifies her in-game marriage as her perception of a way to take Hideki away from her.
After no signs of communication with Ako in the real world, Hideki decides to talk to Ako in the game, revealing her intention of maxing out her level and reincarnating as a different character.
Completely devoted to playing Legendary Age, Ako has blocked the in-game chat as well, leaving Hideki to bring back Ako on his own.
Deciding to confront Ako at her house, Ako's mom gives Hideki the key to her room, where he helps her to max out her character.
Staying at her house overnight, Rusian and Ako confront their fellow players in the morning with Hideki intending to drop out of school like Ako, and while Ako goes against it, he states that the players will miss her as much as they do him.
Knowing how she really feels and empathizing with her struggle with reality, Hideki convinces Ako to come back to school again, standing by her side all the way.
As Rusian shares a story about Yuyun, a crossplay-marrying player he met during his solo playing days, he struggles to get his feelings of affection across to Ako outside the game.
As Nanako tries to help Ako adjust to real-life conventions, the group helps Sette with a job promotion quest, and is now a Summoner able to call upon pets as supporting party members.
Despite the easygoing attitude of the group, Nanako mentions the final exams coming up, leading Kyo to announce a temporary suspension of club activities until exams are over.
When Hideki questions Ako about her previous test scores which are all below passing, Hideki and the other guild members pull through to help her study within the game, to which everyone passes, including Ako.
While an exhausted Ako logs off to rest, Rusian has an honest conversation with Schwein and Master about how to confess to Ako, to which none of them have any real love experience to say much.
Nevertheless, they still think of ways for Hideki to confess, and as Hideki and Ako have an afternoon stroll while talking about the upcoming training camp, they have a stop at the park, where their methods are revealed as extremely vague and lackluster.
Despite this, Hideki gathers his courage and asks Ako to be his girlfriend, and much to his shock, she declines the proposal.
After Kyo and Akane do a comical dance to console Hideki, Akane calls up Ako revealing that her in-game wife mentality was the reason for her decline.
Alley Cats summer vacation training camp has finally started and Kyo has a few surprises to help Ako better understand the real world whilst helping connect her and Hideki's relationship.
After enjoying Kyo's private beach and villa for a couple hours, Ms. Saito gets angered that the group isn't using the most of their "youth" and demands they all hangout together for the rest of the day.
Night falls and Kyo sets up a special line of fireworks where Hideki then pronounces his love to Ako on the villa steps, but even with Ako accepting and pronouncing hers, she still sees their relationship as husband and wife.
To no avail, Kyo sees the vacation as a failure and thus sets up another at Hotel Flores, a hotel that is collaborating with Legendary Age.
The group then spends most the day going on "code quests" that give the player items when they purchase stuff from different areas in the hotel.
Around midday Hideki returns to his hotel room and starts up Legendary Age with Ako where she then invites Hideki Rusian to her room via the game.
As Hideki randomly logs out and logs back in, Ako suggests that they should engage in couples chat, yet something doesn't seem right about the newly logged in Rusian.
Hideki suddenly becomes logged out of his Legendary Age account, and after failing to log back in multiple times, realizes a hacker has taken over his account and is chatting with Ako.
Rushing to her room to warn Ako of the impostor posing as Rusian, Hideki takes a look at their couples chat box in which the hacked Rusian made very sexually aggressive advances on her, much to Ako's horror.
As she apologizes for briefly mistaking the hacked Rusian for the real one, Kyo and the others drop by to assess the damage done to Hideki's account.
Despite regaining access to his account, his character Rusian has been terminated, and while Ako grieves over his disappearance, the group resolves to do what they can to help.
While Akane and Kyo scour the game's shops and auction houses for Rusian's sold items, Hideki consults the guild leader Black Magician under a backup character named Peroshiki to help him find his items, to which he agrees to.
As Nekohime drums up help from her guild mates, Master and Peroshiki come across a merchant under the name Rontan selling some of Rusian's items at ridiculously high prices.
Taking note of Rontan as a prime suspect, members of Nekohime's Elite Guard manage to recover Rusian's wedding ring as a monster drop item, much to Ako's delight.
As Hideki and Kyo have a talk at school about how fragile Ako's ties to Hideki are, Kyo assures him that the tone of the chat box brought Ako back to her senses, reinvigorating Hideki.
Hatching a sinister plot to catch the hacker, the group excluding Ako go through hours of unknown activity over the computer.
Coming to Hideki's house to check on him, Ako realizes the deletion of Rusian has also annulled their marriage, much to her shock.
Also accused of hacking Rontan and several other characters, Shoko confronts Peroshiki who gave away his IP address on the trading board Hideki and the others made three days ago, working nonstop to authenticate several years worth of posts.
It's an all-girls slumber party at Kyo's extravagant mansion as they gather to finish their summer break homework, especially Ako who hasn't made any progress with it.
Cut off from contact with Hideki as well, the other girls take this as an opportunity for Ako to socialize without having him there, much to her chagrin.
As the girls are led by a maid into Kyo's room, Ako struggles to stay focused and gets up for a bathroom trip. Distrusted by the others into believing she'll run away, Nanako walks with her, and the pair soon become caught up exploring the mansion due to Ako's curiosity.
Stumbling upon a study with a hidden room behind the bookshelf, they become chased by the maid after discovering a secret book chronicling Kyo's "growth" and the lost pair calls out to the others from the courtyard.
While they decide to carry out the remainder of their work from there, Ako's minimal progress draws the attention of a frustrated Akane.
After going through dinner and bath time, Nanako asks Ako about Hideki's preferences in girls, to which not even she doesn't know.
With cellphone in hand, Ako prepares to contact him as the others realize the troubling situation, where her video chat will leave the girls in full view of their naked bodies.
While Ako leads the girls on a chase, Nanako manages to calm the dilemma as Ako throws her the cellphone only for her to turn it off.
As the girls get settled in a single bed, Nanako also questions Ako about the views of her wife mentality, where she gives a scenario in how husbands and wives in the game and in real life have certain bonuses.
Perceiving Ako as unfaithful, the girls quickly log into Legendary Age to confront Rusian about his views on Ako's mentality. Nearing the end of summer vacation, Rusian tells Ako another story about a burdened healer he met during solo play, hoping that Ako will see their marriage from a more realistic standpoint.
Back at school again, Akane drags Hideki into the halls, lamenting on her sullied reputation as a normal high schooler.
Finding no trace of Ako yet, Hideki calls her only to realize that she has been completely oblivious of her first day at school, expecting the group to be playing the game.
As the group meets in the club room once again, they are confronted by Ms. Saito in regards to the upcoming culture festival, to which they must present their club contributions to the other students.
Taking advantage of Legendary Age's recent Siege Warfare update, a PvP battle among other guilds held once every week, Kyo suggests that their guild should participate in representing Maegasaki High, as victors will have a banner hoisted on top of their castle for the week in commemoration.
After some rounds of practice sparring, Kyo finds herself in a bit of trouble after realizing Apricot's mage role is not suited for PvP.
Participating in the next siege battle against a guild known as the Cleaning Crew, Alley Cats witnesses another guild storming in only to be demolished in under ten seconds, much to their surprise.
After being party wiped twice for their first attempt and an altercation between another guild, Master gets into even more trouble after realizing the prohibited use of premium items in Siege Warfare.
Witnessing Nekohime's Elite Guard siege the castle only to lose it moments later, the Alley Cats group mocks Nekohime, much to her chagrin.
While Ako gets into some trouble at school after being put in charge of her class' maid cafe, Master enlists some reinforcements in the game in the form of mercenary guild Wallenstein.
Master and Wallenstein's leader Bats make a formal alliance to help Alley Cats win their siege battle. Evaluating the guild members one by one, Bats gives Alley Cats a vague strategy rundown assuring that his guild can handle the dirty work, with Akane and Nanako capitalizing on his pretentious attitude.
Arriving at Fort Cantor with defending guild Emperor Sword on guard, Bats instructs Ako and Sette to run across opposite sides of the castle, spreading out their stationary guards.
As Rusian and Schwein charge the defending line, Alley Cats soon witness Wallenstein's true power as they eliminate the entire defending party with little effort, instructing the others to take cover.
Once the carnage begins to clear, Ako and Sette runs inside and regroups with the others, where Fort Cantor becomes captured in the name of Alley Cats.
While Wallenstein takes their leave, the group feels unsatisfied with their easy victory feeling somewhat unaccomplished. However, once their moment of reprieve is up, Bats instantly dissolves the alliance and stages a takeover on the castle, single-handedly killing every guild member except for a grief-stricken Ako.
While real world Ako procures maid outfits from Kyo's maids for her class' maid cafe, more problems arise as she neglects shift duties and serving manuals a week before the cultural festival, to which Hideki helps her classmates become notified.
With only one more siege battle before the culture festival, will their combined efforts be enough to take down Wallenstein?
With only one chance to take back Fort Cantor from Wallenstein, Kyo explains her plan to the others of taking and defending the castle until time runs out.
Destroying the front gate using the gi, Sette provides a distraction to the first wave of defending guards by taking advantage of the chat window, allowing Schwein to kill them in one fell swoop.
Exploiting the opening, the alliance makes quick work of the remaining members before arriving inside and placing the Alley Cats siege crystal.
Tasked with defending the castle for 20 minutes, the alliance demolishes Emperor Sword's invading army using a well-executed Meteor spell performed by Master.
With 10 minutes remaining, Wallenstein makes their return, quickly eliminating Kyo's stationary line and Rusian's secondary defense.
Arriving in the courtyard, Schwein's forces are shot down by their archer, until Schwein teleports in with her finishing move and kills her.
Arriving inside the castle, the surprises keep coming as Sette gets herself killed to disable Wallenstein's abilities, and additional forces from Nekohime's guild conduct an ambush on the remaining members, killing their mage and healer.
As Rusian stalls out Wallenstein's knight, Bats arrives to Master, the lone defender of the crystal. Despite being the only thing standing in his way, Bats becomes increasingly irritated as his attacks have no effect on her.
Calling upon his knight to inflict Master with a stun skill, Ako takes the stun as Bats slices her down. With Rusian stalling the knight and Master still immune to Bats' attacks, the group manages to hold out until Alley Cats is declared the lords of Fort Cantor.
Using a Drop of Yggdrasil per hit to nullify all of her damage, Master tells Bats that despite the huge monetary loss, doing it for the sake of her friends is what made it worthwhile.
Admitting defeat and giving respects to Alley Cats, Wallenstein gallantly takes their leave.