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The Cyber World (電脳世界) is the main stage of Magical Girl Raising Project: Restart with its beta version appearing later in Magical Girl Raising Project: Episodes Φ and Magical Girl Raising Project: Episodes Δ. It is a virtual world created by Keek.

General Information

The Cyber World was Keek's own version of Magical Girl Raising Project. It was originally created under the guise to find and train the Ideal Magical Girl. Keek's ultimate goal, however, was to punish those who had survived Cranberry's tests, under the belief that surviving Cranberry's test meant that those Magical Girls were willing to betray the ideal of a pure and innocent Magical Girl. The main objective for players within the game was to defeat an enemy known as the "Demon King" with a reward of 10 billion yen.

Participants of the Magical Girl Raising Project were set to remain in the Cyber World for 3 in-game days, although time is altered to be shorter within the Cyber World. After the 3-day time period, all Magical Girls are released back into the real world for another 3-day time period, referred to as the "logout period". Prior to this logout period, a mandatory event will trigger, in which all living Magical Girls are automatically teleported to the Wasteland Area. The events vary depending on Keek's choosing, ranging from competing in a race to win a magical item to playing rock-paper-scissors to receive a large sum of magical candies, the in-game currency. As events are chosen at Keek's discretion, rewards and objectives can also be changed to even fatalities. This time-period cycle will continue until the Magical Girls complete the final objective of defeating the Demon King.

Originally, it was stated by Fal that any injuries sustained in the Cyber World would not affect the real world, unaware of Keek's true motives. This was later changed after the first fatality, in which Keek revealed to Fal that if Magical Girls were to die in the game, they would also die in real life from a heart attack.

Beta Changes

Prior to the events in Restart, Uluru, Sorami Nakano and Premium Sachiko accidentally stepped into Keek's game and were able to play the beta version of the game. Upon their return, the trio gave feedback to Keek and she was able to make adjustment to her game before release. The changes were as follows:

  • A map has been added.
  • The great dragon was originally the final boss but was moved to become the mid-boss.
  • The great dragon's arena was expanded and the weapons used to fight it were improved.
  • The difficulty in the mountain area was tone down.
  • Originally, the mountain area had multiple puzzles but Keek removed all except one.
  • The game was was easier to grind without having the need to backtrack.
  • Every area had a medieval theme, however, Keek removed all of them with the exception of its respective shops.
  • Overall, the game was nerfed and became easier unlike before where it was difficult and punishing.

Tutorial

Upon entering the Cyber World, Magical Girls had to complete a small section of a tutorial in order to progress within the game. The objectives included:

  1. Defeat 5 monsters
    Players must defeat 5 skeletons. Upon defeating them, 1 magical candy will be earned for each skeleton destroyed, making a total of 5 candies.
  2. Travel to the nearest town
    Players must then travel to the nearest town located in the wasteland area.

Locations

Each team starts off at the wasteland area during which, they have to clear an area-specified quest in order to unlock the next area. The area requirements are shared with all teams and if one team unlocks the next area, all teams get access to it, however, those teams that didn't manage to complete the area quest may still be able to do so.

Wasteland Area

The wasteland area is a large, flat expanse of land with many abandoned, poor-crafted buildings. A town is located towards the middle of the area, described as an open space with a mermaid statue fountain in its plaza.[1] At the end of the wasteland area lies an ancient wooden gate sitting between two steep peaks. The gate acts as a checkpoint that, when entered, teleports the Magical Girls to the grassland area.[2]

Grassland Area

The grassland area is an open field of entirely green grass with a cooler climate and appearance. Similar to the wasteland area, a town is located in the middle of the area with abandoned buildings. The town is described to contain posters with information about the Cyber World, giving more hints of life. According to Nonako Miyokata, there was an absence of furniture in all buildings.[3]

Mountain Area

The mountain area is a rocky terrain within steep mountains, home to many different goblins. A run-down shack is the only building within the area, containing a book labeled "Ancient Text". An application called the Translator Buddy has to be purchased from the shop in order to read the contents written in the book, giving players clues on how to progress to the next area.[4] Pools of lava can also be found within the mountain area, containing hidden keys to other puzzles normally inaccessible to players.

City Area

The city area is a futuristic urbanized city with a cyberpunk aesthetic. Wires and cables surround the entire city. The area is narrow and closed off, making progression slower and harder to navigate. ​​​​​​[5]

Subterranean Area

One of the bigger areas, the subterranean area is a large, yet narrow cave system. One of the pathways contains an invisible barrier that requires a player to wear a certain type of glasses in order to view the barrier. However, anyone can pass through as long as they are aware of the location. Behind the barrier lies a hidden passageway leading to the Dragon Cave.[6]

  • The Underground - Hidden Passage
    According to Nokko, the cave is artificially carved with the walls, ceiling, and floor all parallel. In contrast to the previous rocky terrain, the passage is entirely smooth and evened out. The hidden passage leads to a stairway.[7]
  • The Underground - Stairway
    The stairway is found at the end of the hidden passage, leading to the Dragon Cave. The stairs lead downwards in a tight spiral, illuminated by torches scattered across the walls of the stairway. The bottom leads into a pathway to the Dragon Cave.[8]
  • The Underground - Dragon Cave
    The dragon cave is a large opening of space within the cave system leading to a circular, central platform. The mid-boss, the Great Dragon, is the only enemy found within the area. Around the platform is a red circle, indicating the range of the Great Dragon's flames. The dragon cannot leave its platform or the cave.[9]
  • The Underground - Lake
    Upon climbing up the rope to the shore, a massive underground lake could be seen with bodies of water surrounding the area. The lake is about half a diameter with the ceiling being over 30 feet and was bristled with stalactites, however, the lake is shorter than the caverns below. The lake is also said to be colder but it's filled with clear, refreshing air. Overall, the entire area was green while the lake was a faint blue. Towards the left was a solid rock wall while the right was a ledge that eventually leads to a staircase. Beyond the staircase lies a wooden door leading to the next area, the library.[10]

Library Area

The library area is a run-down, old, and shabby abandoned library. The library introduces several new mechanics to the Cyber World. The behavior of monsters in the library is notably programmed to become more aware and tactful, as well as being able to use unique skills such as shapeshifting or intangibility. A hidden exploit allows for players to sit on chairs, resetting the monsters' behavior and making them immune to any attacks.

The Evil King's Castle

The Evil King's Castle is the final location of the Cyber World and serves as the supposed location of the Demon King. It is described as a place made of marble.

  • Room 1 - Hallway 1
    The first section of the Evil King's Castle after passing the gate entrance is a wide hallway featuring sculptures, statues, and paintings placed at methodical intervals. The statues are described to resemble a bearded man with two horns and a beautiful woman with batlike wings. Scattered across the hallway is over a hundred hidden traps, releasing various attacks such as lightning, flying spears, flammable gas, magical spells, and explosions.[11]
  • Room 2 - Balcony
    Rather than a building or a stand, the shop of the Evil King's Castle is an urn placed in the middle of a balcony. The railing is decorated with similar patterns of devilish creatures.[12]
  • Room 3 - Hallway 2
    Prior to the throne room, another section includes various monsters serving as a checkpoint before the "final boss". Monsters featured in this area were a one-time enemy with no set respawn.[13]
  • Room 4 - Throne Room
    The final area of the Evil King's Castle is the throne room itself. It is completely undecorated with the exception of a single chair. The entire room is covered with pure white marble. Markings and text can be read on the backrest of the chair. Although the room is vacant, upon entering, players will unlock the Memory Restoration Device in the castle's shop. The intelligence and strength of monsters in previous areas will also increase as a difficulty scale.[14]

Monsters

Monsters in the Cyber World
Monsters Candies Loots Areas Types Weakness Descriptions
Skeleton 1 N/A Wasteland TBA N/A A normal Skeleton that can be destroyed instantly via direct attacks.
Powered Skeleton 8 – 12 N/A Grassland TBA Fire A red variant and a slightly better version of the Skeleton that can reflect any long-ranged attacks. Similar to the original Skeleton, it can be destroyed instantly via direct attacks.
Goblin N/A N/A Mountain N/A N/A A group of goblins that wore leather armor and wield different weapons such as spears, daggers, bows, javelins, and shields. They have slightly more brute strength and tactical organization. Some goblins were double in size and wore dirty robes and wielded a crooked staff while muttering chants to summon a fireball the size of a human head.
Robot Soldier N/A Body Parts City N/A N/A A Soldier with 4 different variants, an attacker, a defender, a gunner, and a general. Each has its own unique attack such as one that could cast lightning strikes with another shooting mini-missile and some even use their body to slam their enemies.
Dragon N/A N/A Subterranean Fire N/A A dragon with 2 colors variation(red and green) that is 11 meters long with 4 meters of wingspan. A roar from it can shake the very caves themselves.
Great Dragon N/A Dragon Shield Subterranean Fire The Dragon Killer Another dragon that is 30 meters long. It is far stronger than a regular dragon. It serves as the mid-boss.
Demon 100 N/A Library Evil Holy Amulet
Stun Gun
Flamethrower
A completely black-colored angel that could shapeshift into any animal or monster. Its design is modeled after Yunael.
Devil 100 N/A Library Evil Holy Amulet
Stun Gun
Flamethrower
A completely black-colored angel that could shapeshift into any animal or monster. Its design is modeled after Minael.
Wraith 100 N/A Library Evil Holy Amulet
Stun Gun
Flamethrower
A monster with a mass of black mist. One could see a figure that resembled a woman if you look closely. They are able to phrase through anything, rendering physical attack useless. Magical Girls can only make contact with them if they were wearing the Holy Amulet or by sound and light attacks. Its design is modeled after Swim Swim.
Fiend N/A N/A Library Evil Holy Amulet
Stun Gun
Flamethrower
A completely black-colored creature that could shapeshift into any object.
Evil King's knight N/A N/A Castle Null None An armored knight that has a horn that looks like it came from a dragon and a large reptilian tail. It wears a helmet and faceguard that cover its head. On the back lies a scabbard that holds their two-handed sword. Its design is modeled after La Pucelle.
Hell Jester N/A N/A Castle Null None A plastic robot that is seen floating in the air. it wears a backpack on its back that can spurt out flames. It has red eyes that were plastic-like, similar to its body, indicating that it was created by man. When floating in midair, it is able to spread all 4 limbs while shooting smoke-like missile towards its enemy. Its design is modeled after Magicaloid 44.

Shops

Notes: Items under "R"(Random) means it can be obtained through a mystery gacha which costs 100 candies.

Shops
Items Price R Description Notes
Wasteland
Pass 5 Cross-Red Allow groups to cross another area. Expires in 24 hours upon purchasing.
Rations 1 Cross-Red Fill a player's hunger. N/A
Small Potion N/A Cross-Red Recovers a player's health by a small amount.
Great Potion 20 Cross-Red Recovers a player's health by a large amount.
Map 10 Check-green A map displaying the layout of the Cyber World. Can be sold for 3 candies.
Opening sale or "R" cost 10 candies each.
Weapons & Shields N/A Cross-Red Main equipment of the game. The equipements get stronger the bigger the "+" is.
Grassland
Monster Encyclopedia N/A Cross-Red A book that displays a monster's information. N/A
Weapons & Shields +1 N/A Cross-Red Improved versions of the equipment. Stats +1
Mountain
Item Encyclopedia N/A Cross-Red A book that displays a list of items. N/A
Weapons & Shields +2 N/A Cross-Red Improved versions of the equipment. Stats +2
Pot 100 Check-green A pot that can cook meals. N/A
Shovel 100 Check-green Use for digging holes. N/A
Translator Buddy N/A Cross-Red An application that can translate an enemy's words or ancient texts. N/A
City
Weapons & Shields +5 N/A Cross-Red Improved versions of the equipment. Stats +5
Subterranean
Protective Charm N/A Cross-Red Reduce the damage of a type. There are different types of charm that reduce the damage of that type.
Untensils 100 Check-green Use to eat or prepare meals. N/A
Spoons 100 Check-green
Forks 100 Check-green
Plates 100 Check-green
Bowls 100 Check-green
Recovery Medicine N/A Cross-Red Recovers a player's health. They are similar to potions
Teleporter N/A Cross-Red N/A There were no description for this item.
Library
Magical Carpet N/A Cross-Red A carpet that act as a transportation. It can withstand an adult and speeds as fast as one.
Holy charm N/A Cross-Red Reduce the damage of evil-types. One of the variations of the Protective Charm.
Weapons & Shields +7 N/A Cross-Red Improved versions of the equipment. Stats +7
Toothbrush Set 100 Check-green A set that contains an ordinary cup and toothbrush. An everyday item.
Rubber Bow and Arrow 100 Check-green An arrow that sticks to an object when shot. A toy.
Rope 100 Check-green A climbing rope which is 30 meters long. N/A
Initial Location
Switch Device
100 Check-green Allow players to choose their starting location. Similar to the Map, it is shared among a party.
Dragon Shield 100 Check-green A shield that is equivalent to a +12 Shield. It is also a drop item from the Great Dragon.
Evil King's Castle
Weapons & Shields +10 N/A Cross-Red Improved versions of the equipment. Stats +10. Only one each were on sale.
Stun Gun N/A Cross-Red A weapon that shock enemies upon contact. The stun gun is like a stun baton.
It is also effective against evil type.
Flamethrower N/A Cross-Red A weapon that shoot flames. It is also effective against evil type.
Memory Restoration Device N/A Cross-Red Restore players' memories. It is extrememly cheap.
Unlocked by entering the Evil King's throne room.
Thermometer 100 Check-green Checking temperature of the surrounding. This item was later modified by Shadow Gale.

Click here for the list of items in Restart.

Characters

Participants

Non - Participants


Team Clantail Information Technology Division
Clantail (Leader) Pechka Rionetta Nonako Miyokata Keek Fal
Clantail Pechika Rionetta Miyokata Nonako Keek2 Fal
Team Daisy Examination Division
Magical Daisy
(Leader)
Nokko-chan @Meow-Meow Genopsyko
Yumenoshima
Snow White
Magical Daisy Nokko-chan @NyanNyan Yumenoshima Genopsycho Snow White
Team Bell
Detec Bell
(Leader)
Lapis Lazuline Melville Cherna Mouse
Detick Bell Lapis Lazuline Melville Cherna Mouse
Team Pfle Solo
Pfle (Leader) Shadow Gale Masked Wonder Akane
Pfle Shadow Gale Masked Wonder Akane
Puk Faction
Uluru Sorami Nakano Premium Sachiko
Uluru Sorami Nakano Premium Sachiko

Trivia

  • Uluru, Sorami Nakano, and Premium Sachiko took part in Keek's beta version of Magical Girl Raising Project unintentionally. The majority of the rules written above do not apply to them. Upon their return, they gave Keek feedback and suggestions which later changed certain parts of the game.
  • After hearing that Keek went rogue, the Magical Kingdom sent Snow White to deal with her.
    • Snow White was able to enter Keek's cyberspace because the latter purposely let her in.
  • Although Snow White, Keek and Fal did not participate in the game as they were spectators, they were all in her Cyber World nevertheless.
  • According to Keek, her magic that allows her to create cyberspace works similarly to Nemurin's magic, which allows her to enter the Dream World.
    • Both have absolute power and rules their respective worlds.
    • Both are untouchable and are able to pull other people into their world.

References

V • T • E
  1. Magical Girl Raising Project: Restart (Part 1), Chapter 1, Page 21.
  2. Magical Girl Raising Project: Restart (Part 1), Chapter 2, Page 18.
  3. Magical Girl Raising Project: Restart (Part 1), Chapter 2, Page 26.
  4. Magical Girl Raising Project: Restart (Part 1), Chapter 3, Page 28.
  5. Magical Girl Raising Project: Restart (Part 1), Chapter 4, Page 14.
  6. Magical Girl Raising Project: Restart (Part 1), Chapter 5, Page 31.
  7. Magical Girl Raising Project: Restart (Part 1), Chapter 5, Page 32.
  8. Magical Girl Raising Project: Restart (Part 1), Chapter 5, Page 32.
  9. Magical Girl Raising Project: Restart (Part 1), Chapter 5, Page 33.
  10. Magical Girl Raising Project: Restart (Part 2), Chapter 6, Page 10 - 11.
  11. Magical Girl Raising Project: Restart (Part 2), Chapter 8, Page 10 - 14.
  12. Magical Girl Raising Project: Restart (Part 2), Chapter 8, Page 15.
  13. Magical Girl Raising Project: Restart (Part 2), Chapter 8, Page 21.
  14. Magical Girl Raising Project: Restart (Part 2), Chapter 8, Page 19 - 20.

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