Ake! I sekai no tobira!!(Open! The door to the other world!!)
Ginta dreams for the hundred and second times to be on MÄR Heaven, a fantastic world where he is very strong and he must save his princess... Too bad that it is only a dream, and the boy awakes on the desk of his class-room, doing a bad image of himself with his school-mates and the teacher. So the teacher inflicts him a punishment and sends him to do some turns in the courtyard of the school, but since Ginta is too weak and without a minimum of strengths, he does not arrive either to cover one meter and he must stop very tired and must get back. During the lunch break his school-mates make laugh of him, but Koyuki, his best friend, defends him and tries to hear from the boy his dreams.
Ginta gets back home and during the dinner his mother rebukes him because the teacher called her to inform that her son was paying not enough attention during the lessons preferring to sleep. After having a squabble, Ginta goes to his room to play with the PlayStation, but as soon as he finishes, he thinks on what becoming adult means and if the conditions include not dreaming any more, and he prefers to remain a child. However the boy feels a strange sensation, like if something is about to happen from a moment to the other.
After one day, at school, Ginta's school-mates keep make laugh of him, but while Koyuki asks him again to tell her his dreams, the class completely becomes dark and the boys, terrorized, go out running from there, everybody except Koyuki (who falls to the ground paralysed for the fear) and Ginta.
Then appears a strange figure in the centre of the class-room, beyond that only Ginta sees the world he had always dreamt. This figure throws a dice and with the result he decided the number of the people whose he would bring to the other world. The number written on the dice is 1, and even if Koyuki would have been happy to follow Ginta, Monban Pierrot (this the figure's name) explains that if a person who had not been designed would have crossed the border between the worlds, would probably die. So, Ginta takes her out of the door, next to his class-mates, and promises to tell her everything when he returns, then he opens the door which leads him in other dimension.
After arriving in the new world, Ginta notices that he is able to see well without glasses he is able to run very quickly. He meets a strange armour that attaches him, but he succeeds to repel it with only the physical strength. After the defeat of the opponent, someone claps him, and this person is the witch Dorothy, a beautiful girl who owns that strange armour and recalls it in a ring. The girl remains shocked noticing that Ginta was totally unprovided of those items which in that world were called ÄRM. The boy does not know at all things like them, and he asks Dorothy to explain him.
The ÄRM are magic items as armlets, rings, necklaces and so on which can contain everything, also guardians like the one that Ginta had previously fought against. Dorothy notices immediately that the boy is astonished for what she was telling and she asks him (considering his strength) to follow her, and in exchange for she would give him an ÄRM. The boy immediately accepts and follows her until they arrive in a cave, where Dorothy says that in there is hidden the more powerful ÄRM of the kingdom, and all would like to have it: Babbo. Inside the cave, Ginta sees the coffer and Dorothy tells him to stay calm because to oversee an ÄRM as powerful like this there will certainly be a guardian, so it is. The girl starts a fight against it, calling one of her powerful guardians, Flying Leo. Meantime, Ginta, for the curiosity, runs to open the coffer and he founds a strange sleeping iron ball. When the boy wakes up, he finds out that the strange iron ball is the ÄRM Babbo, and also with Dorothy big surprise, Babbo can speak.
Marchen Awakens Romance (MÄR Heaven) by Nobuyuki Anzai, anime by TV Tokyo, all rights reserved.
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