Trinity Seven Voice Actress Yumi Hara Explains Plot of 1st Film

posted on by Kim Morrissy

In anticipation of the second Trinity Seven film, Yumi Hara, the voice actor of Lilith, explained the plot of the first film in a video posted on Avex Pictures's YouTube channel. The video was posted on Wednesday and is the first in a series of bite-sized explainers of Trinity Seven's plot, characters, and lore.

The first film, called Trinity Seven: Eternal Library & Alchemic Girl, tells the story of a high school student named Arata. One day, he inadvertently touches "Hermes Apocrypha," Lilith's Grimoire. Suddenly, he is enveloped by a bright white light, and a girl appears before him. She calls herself Lilim, and treats both Arata and Lilith as her parents. At the same time she appears, something changes in the world. The forbidden Eternal Library awakens. In the Library is sealed the ultimate culmination of Alchemy, the White Demon Lord.

Hara conceded that this plot could sound confusing, so she wrote down three points to address. The first one was "Why is Arata trying to become a mage?" Hara explained that it was because he is trying to rescue his cousin, who has been taken away from him. Arata wants to prevent the destruction of the city, but doesn't want to sacrifice his cousin, so he aspires to learn magic in order to get her back.

The second point was "Why does he take action with the Trinity Seven?" According to Hara, the strong powers of the seven students within the Trinity Seven aid Arata in his goal.

The third point was "What happened to the school and Trinity Seven after Arata arrived?" The answer is that they get wrapped up in various incidents and participate in battles, which Hara says is a "must-see" aspect of the film.

Hara said that another thing to watch out for in the series is how Arata is a "lucky pervert" who inadvertently gets into a lot of perverted situations without meaning to. However, he is actually a gentleman who truly values the female characters he works with.

"And with that," Hara concludes, "you can watch Trinity Seven with no worries."

The second Trinity Seven film will open in Japanese theaters on March 29.

Source: Comic Natalie

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