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Kagihime Monogatari Eikyū Alice Rondo (鍵姫物語 永久アリス輪舞曲, lit. Key Princess Story: Eternal Alice Rondo), or simply Kagihime, is a manga written by Kaishaku. The manga was serialised in Dengeki Daioh. A 2006 thirteen episode anime produced by Trinet Entertainment was adapted from the manga.
Kagihime is one of many anime works influenced by Alice in Wonderland as the story focuses on the completion of a third Alice book, The Eternal Alice. However Charles Lutwidge Dodgson is referred to as L. Takion and not as Lewis Carroll for reasons unexplained.
Aruto is a fan of Alice in Wonderland, and is convinced that Lewis Carroll wrote a second sequel, Endless Alice. He is thus perhaps a little less surprised than he otherwise might have been when he finds two magical girls fighting in the library. The victor pokes the vanquished with a key-like staff, causing her opponent to yield up pages of the lost book-it transpires that the mythical Endless Alice does indeed exist, but has been broken up and scattered among a coterie of "Alice-users." These magical girls must fight each other to regain the missing pages of the book, in a bizarre combination of Read or Die, CardCaptors and Highlander! Aruto is soon surrounded by pretty girls, all fighting over a book and, unsurprisingly, him. Based on an idea by Kaishaku, the creator of UFO Princess Valkyrie.
Opening: "Little Primrose" by kukui
Ending: "Kioku Baraen (記憶薔薇園)" by Ai Shimizu
|Romaji:||Kagihime Monogatari Eikyu Alice Rondo|
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|Aliases||Key Princess Story Eternal Alice Rondo|
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