Madoka Kaname and Sayaka Miki are regular middle school girls with regular lives, but all that changes when they encounter Kyuubey, a cat-like magical familiar, and Homura Akemi, the new transfer student. Kyuubey offers them a proposition: he will grant any one of their wishes and in exchange, they will each become a magical girl, gaining enough power to fulfill their dreams. However, Homura Akemi, a magical girl herself, urges them not to accept the offer, stating that everything is not what it seems. Sep 1, AM by tsubasalover Discuss 48 comments. The list is based on the audi May 3, AM by tsubasalover Discuss comments.
In return for helping a strange creature in his fight against witches, year-old Madoka Kaname is granted mystical powers -- that come with a price. Eighth-grader Madoka experiences an odd dream and goes to school the next day, only to learn there's a new girl in her class -- a girl from her dream. Madoka and Sayaka find themselves in a desperate situation and are rescued by Mami Tomoe, a magical girl. Afterward, Mami invites them to her house. Madoka and Sayaka are getting used to Mami's witch hunting trial run, yet their wishes remain undecided. Mami reveals her past to the two girls. After the fierce battle they witnessed, Madoka and Sayaka now fully realize the demands of being involved in the magical world.
It follows the story of year-old Japanese middle school student Madoka Kaname, who is offered the chance to have any wish granted on the condition that she become a magical girl and fight against evil witches. Puella Magi Madoka Magica began development after Akiyuki Shinbo expressed his desire to work on a new magical girl series to producer Atsuhiro Iwakami while they were working on Hidamari Sketch and Bakemonogatari. The series was retold in two animated films released in October , and a third film containing an "all-new" story set after the series was released in October
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