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Arcs I, II & III

Re:Zero began as a free web novel written by Tappei Nagatsuki. The first three arcs were covered by the first season of the anime; however the anime adapted the Light Novel version, which in turn was adapted from the Web Novel version. If you wish to check out the Web Novel version of Arcs 1-3, then check out Arc 1 by SNUTranslation, and Arc 2 by Eminent Translations, (WIP)!

Credit for the lovely art goes to HaruSabin.

 


Arc IV: Eternal Contract

Click the link above to begin reading. This is the longest of the six current arcs, so prepare yourself for a wild ride! Credit for these translations belongs to the Summary Anon, whose only known identity is his email address, ankaa.burner@gmail.com, as well as his Mega Archive.

Credit for the lovely art goes to HaruSabin.

 


Arc V: Stars What Make History

Click the link above to begin reading. This arc is fully translated so you can read it at your leisure! Many thanks to everyone who worked on it, namely: Nanashi, Ringo, Ferris, Ice and Graced.

Credit for the lovely art goes to HaruSabin.

 


Arc VI: Hall of Memories

Click the link above to begin reading. This arc is not yet fully translated, but work is going on to try and complete it. We’ll try to work on it as much as possible. Currently only Chapters 88-90 are not translated!

Enjoy!

Credit for the lovely art goes to HaruSabin.

 


Arc VII: The Land of Wolves

And thus begins the fabled Arc Seven! Click the link above to begin reading; we have five chapters out currently, and are endeavouring to keep up with Tappei’s release schedule as much as possible.

Credit for the lovely art goes to StBermuda.

 


Featured Article

Re: Loving The Days Gone By Starting From Zero, is currently getting a translation! So far, the translation is halfway through, with more parts on the way!

The story takes place 400 years ago, and shows an episode from Beatrice and Puck’s life back when they lived in the Witch Echidna’s palace! You can read the story, which came with Volume 5 of the Blu-Ray, by clicking this link.

Credit for the lovely art goes to Ringo!