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The Familiar of Zero (ゼロの使い魔, Zero no Tsukaima) is a fantasy and comedy-oriented series of Japanese light novels written by Noboru Yamaguchi, with illustrations by Eiji Usatsuka. Media Factory published 20 volumes between June 2004 and February 2011. The series was left unfinished due to the author's death on April 4, 2013, but was later concluded in two volumes released in February 2016 and February 2017 with a different author, making use of notes left behind by Yamaguchi. The story features several characters from the second year class of a magic academy in a fictional magical world with the main characters being the inept mage Louise and her familiar from Earth, Saito Hiraga.

Between 2006 and 2012, the series was adapted by J.C.Staff into four anime television series and an additional original video animation episode. The first anime series was licensed by Geneon Entertainment in English, but the license expired in 2011. Sentai Filmworks has since re-licensed and re-released the first series and released the other three series in North America. A manga version drawn by Nana Mochizuki was serialized in Media Factory's manga magazine Monthly Comic Alive between August 2006 and October 2009. The manga was released by Seven Seas Entertainment in North America. Three additional spin-off manga were also created, as were three visual novels.

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Louise is a noble girl who is terrible at magic, as her attempts usually result in an explosion. She is nicknamed "Louise the Zero" by her classmates, due to the inability to use any of the four magic elements. Early in the school year at the Tristain Academy of Magic, the second year students perform a special ritual where they summon their familiar, which serves as their eternal protector and partner, and is usually some sort of magical creature. But Louise summons Saito Hiraga, an ordinary teenage boy from Japan, leaving her totally humiliated.

Due to the sacredness of the ritual, Louise reluctantly accepts Saito as her familiar, but proceeds to treat Saito as any other familiar, only worse, making him wash her clothes, sleep on a bed of hay, and whipping him with a riding crop when he upsets her. The Familiar of Zero follows the adventures of Louise and Saito as they help their classmates and friends, while occasionally blundering into situations where they risk their lives to save one another. Saito tries to find a way to get back to Japan, but he also has a mysterious power that allows him to wield swords and other weapons to perform heroic feats. They also eventually learn the truth behind Louise's magic inabilities. As Saito's and Louise's friendship grows and they start to work together, they ultimately fall in love with each other.


As of August 2018, the cumulative circulation of the worldwide series has exceeded 6.8 million. The 21st volume, which was handed over to another person after the author's death, ranked first in the Oricon weekly light novel ranking (dated March 7, 2016), and it was reprinted less than a month after its release .

List of published books

Light Novels

The Familiar of Zero began as a series of light novels written by Noboru Yamaguchi and illustrated by Eiji Usatsuka under the original title Zero no Tsukaima. Media Factory published 20 volumes in Japan between June 25, 2004 and February 25, 2011. Further publication was threatened by Yamaguchi's advanced cancer, which he succumbed to on April 4, 2013, leaving the series unfinished. Yamaguchi had planned the series to end with 22 volumes. However, it was later decided by the publisher to continue the series in the author's absence, due in part to calls from fans to continue the series, as well as Yamaguchi's family wanting to see it completed. Yamaguchi had dictated the remaining plot of the series, including its ending, and entrusted it to the editors. Media Factory released volume 21 on February 25, 2016 and the final volume 22 on February 24, 2017. Seven Seas Entertainment licensed the series in 2007 under the title Zero's Familiar, but later cancelled the release of the novels.

Main story

  • "Zero no Tsukaima" Media Factory → KADOKAWA, 22 volumes in total
    1. "Zero's Familiar" first edition published on June 30, 2004 (released on June 25, 2004), ISBN  4-8401-1105-7
    2. "Zero no Tsukaima 2 Kaze no Albion" first edition published on September 30, 2004 (released on September 25, 2004), ISBN 4-8401-1144-8
    3. "Zero no Tsukaima 3 Founder's Prayer Book", first edition published on December 31, 2004 (released on December 25, 2004), ISBN 4-8401-1196-0
    4. "Zero no Tsukaima 4 Oath Water Spirit" First Edition published on March 31, 2005 (released March 25, 2005), ISBN 4-8401-1236-3
    5. "Zero no Tsukaima 5 Tristania Holiday", first edition published on July 31, 2005 (released on July 25, 2005), ISBN 4-8401-1290-8
    6. "Zero no Tsukaima 6 Atonement Flame red stone" Published November 30, 2005 first edition (released November 25, 2005), ISBN 4-8401-1449-8
    7. "Zero no Tsukaima 7 Silver Advent" First Edition published on February 28, 2006 (released on February 24, 2006), ISBN 4-8401-1501-X
    8. "Zero no Tsukaima 8 Nozomi no Tsukaima Song" Published June 30, 2006 (released June 23, 2006), ISBN 4-8401-1542-7
    9. "Zero no Tsukaima 9 Sogetsu no Butohkai" first edition published on September 30, 2006 (released on September 25, 2006), ISBN 4-8401-1707-1
    10. "Zero no Tsukaima 10 Evaldi's Hero" first edition published on December 31, 2006 (released on December 25, 2006), ISBN 4-8401-1766-7
    11. "Zero no Tsukaima 11 Reminiscence Duo" released on May 25, 2007 - ISBN 978-4-8401-1859-0
    12. "Zero no Tsukaima 12 Fairies' Holiday" released on August 24, 2007 - ISBN 978-4-8401-1900-9
    13. "Zero no Tsukaima 13 Holy Land World door" Released on December 25, 2007 - ISBN 978-4-8401-2110-1
    14. "Zero no Tsukaima 14 Water city The Holy Woman ”released May 23, 2008 - ISBN 978-4-8401-2319-8
    15. "Zero no Tsukaima 15 Oblivion Released on September 25, 2008 - ISBN 978-4-8401-2418-8
      • Special edition with DVD (released on the same day), ISBN 978-4-8401-2419-5 *#
    16. "Zero no Tsukaima 16 de Ornière's Peace" Released on February 25, 2009 - ISBN 978-4-8401-2664-9
    17. "Zero no Tsukaima 17 Dawn Nun" Released on June 25, 2009 - ISBN 978-4-8401-2807-0
    18. Zero no Tsukaima 18 Destruction Spirit Stone" released on January 25, 2010 - ISBN 978-4-8401-3153-7
    19. "Zero no Tsukaima 19 Founder's Circle Mirror" released on July 23, 2010 - ISBN 978-4-8401-3454-5
    20. "Zero no Tsukaima 20 Kofubuchi no Holy Land" released on February 25, 2011 - ISBN 978-4-8401-3821-5
    21. "Zero no Tsukaima 21 Six Thousand Years of Truth" released on February 25, 2016 - ISBN 978-4-04-068118-4
    22. "Zero no Tsukaima 22 Zero no Shinwa" released on February 24, 2017 - ISBN 978-4-04-069084-1

Short stories

  • "Zero no Tsukaima Memorial BOOK" KADOKAWA, released on June 24, 2017 - ISBN 978-4-04-069233-3

Side Story

A side-story, Zero no Tsukaima Gaiden: Tabatha no Bōken, initially available as a mobile phone online serial, was released in three volumes between October 25, 2006 and March 25, 2009. It centers on the adventures of the character Tabitha, Louise's classmate. Another side story, Kaze no Kishihime, was released in two volumes on October 23, 2009 and March 25, 2010. It is a prequel about Louise's mother youth. A companion volume, Zero no Tsukaima Memorial Book, was released on June 24, 2017. It collected various short stories and illustrations previously unpublished in book format, as well as character designs and other information, such as outlines for volumes 21 and 22 left behind by Yamaguchi. It also revealed that the last two volumes of the series were written by Yū Shimizu, author of Bladedance of Elementalers, using Yamaguchi's notes.

  • "Zero no Tsukaima Gaiden Tabasa's Adventure" Media Factory, all 3 volumes
    1. Released October 25, 2006 - ISBN 4-8401-1726-8
    2. Released October 25, 2007 - ISBN 978-4-8401-2058-6
    3. Released March 25, 2009 - ISBN 978-4-8401-2727-1
  • "Knight Princess of the Wind" Media Factory, 2 volumes
    1. Released October 23, 2009 - ISBN 978-4-8401-3053-0
    2. Released on March 25, 2010 - ISBN 978-4-8401-3246-6


A manga series illustrated by Nana Mochizuki was serialized in the Japanese seinen manga magazine Monthly Comic Alive between the August 2006 and October 2009 issues, published by Media Factory. Seven tankōbon volumes were released by Media Factory under their MF Comics imprint. The manga was licensed in North America by Seven Seas Entertainment under the title Zero's Familiar, and released in three omnibus volumes. The manga was also licensed by Elex Media Komputindo in Indonesia and released up to volume three in English under the title The Familiar of Zero, and in the Czech Republic by Zoner Press.

A spin-off series, illustrated by Higa Yukari and titled as Zero no Tsukaima Chevalier, was serialized between the March 2010 and May 2013 issues of Comic Alive and later compiled in four volumes. It was also released in North America by Seven Seas Entertainment under the name Zero's Familiar Chevalier. Two other spin-offs were serialized in Comic Alive: Zero no Tsukaima Gaiden: Tabatha no Bōken by Takuto Kon, which was serialized between December 2007 and August 2010 issues and compiled in five volumes, and Zero no Chukaima: Yōchien nano! by Takamura Masaya, serialized between September 2009 and March 2012 and compiled in three volumes.

  • Nana Mochizuki (Drawing) "Zero no Tsukaima" All 7 volumes-Although some original episodes have been added, the time axis, episodes, stories, etc. are faithfully depicted in the original.
    1. Released December 22, 2006 - ISBN 4-8401-1647-4
    2. Released May 23, 2007 - ISBN 978-4-8401-1910-8
    3. Released October 23, 2007 - ISBN 978-4-8401-1965-8
    4. Released March 22, 2008 - ISBN 978-4-8401-2209-2
    5. Released on August 23, 2008 - ISBN 978-4-8401-2257-3
    6. Released March 23, 2009 - ISBN 978-4-8401-2551-2
    7. Released January 23, 2010 - ISBN 978-4-8401-2969-5
  • Takuto Ima (drawing) "Zero no Tsukaima Gaiden Tabasa's Adventure" 5 volumes
    1. Released March 22, 2008 - ISBN 978-4-8401-2210-8
    2. Released September 22, 2008 - ISBN 978-4-8401-2268-9
    3. Released March 23, 2009 - ISBN 978-4-8401-2552-9</nowiki *# Released January 23, 2010 - <nowiki>ISBN 978-4-8401-2970-1
    4. Released on August 23, 2010 - ISBN 978-4-8401-3359-3
  • Yukari Higa (Drawing) "Zero no Tsukaima Chevalier" All 4 volumes-The story is the 6th to 7th volumes of the novel.
    1. Released on August 23, 2010 - ISBN 978-4-8401-3358-6
    2. Released August 23, 2011 - ISBN 978-4-8401-4025-6
    3. Released June 23, 2012 - ISBN 978-4-8401-4483-4
    4. Released May 23, 2013 - ISBN 978-4-8401-5059-0
  • Takamura Masaya (drawing) "Zero no Chukaima Yochien nano!" All 3 volumes
    1. Released on August 23, 2010 - ISBN 978-4-8401-3360-9
    2. Released August 23, 2011 - ISBN 978-4-8401-4023-2
    3. Released April 23, 2012 - ISBN 978-4-8401-4453-7

Related books

Official anthology comic:
  • "Zero no Tsukaima Official Anthology Comic" Media Factory <MF Comics Alive Series>, 9 volumes in total
  • "Fire" Chapter of Magic" released on August 23, 2007 - ISBN 978-4-8401-1944-3
  • "Water" Chapter of Magic" released on September 22, 2007 - ISBN 978-4-8401-195-3
  • "Soil" Chapter of Magic" released on October 23, 2007 - ISBN 978-4-8401-1966-5
  • "Wind" Chapter of Magic" released on December 22, 2007 - ISBN 978-4-8401-1981-8
  • "Chapter of Ruby in Water" released on January 23, 2008 - ISBN 978-4-8401-1994-8
  • "Chapter of Ruby of Fire" released on February 23, 2008 - ISBN 978-4-8401-2202-3
  • "Chapter of Ruby in the Wind" released on July 23, 2008  - ISBN 978-4-8401-2248-1
  • "Chapter of Ruby of the Earth" released on August 23, 2008 - ISBN 978-4-8401-2258-0
  • "Chapter of Tristain" released on September 23, 2008 - ISBN 978-4-8401-2267-2


Published by Media Factory unless otherwise noted.

  • "Zero no Tsukaima Complete" released on November 2, 2006  , ISBN 4-8401-1732-2
    • Mook containing setting materials for the TV anime version, story digest, copyright illustrations, cast staff interviews, etc. Includes a short story " Eight Years Ago " by the original author, Noboru Yamaguchi and Eiji Usatsuka, depicting Louise and Henrietta as a child .
  • "Zero no Tsukaima-Knight of the Sogetsu-Complete" released on November 16, 2007  , ISBN 978-4-8401-2091-3
    • The second season of the TV anime version of Mook, which contains the same content as "Zero no Tsukaima Complete". Includes " The Birth of Zero's Louise" by the original author Yamaguchi Noboru and Eiji Usatsuka .
  • "Zero no Tsukaima-Sanbihime no Rondo-Complete" released on January 23, 2009 - ISBN 978-4-8401-2649-6
    • Reproduce all episodes & famous scenes of the 3rd period of the TV anime version. Includes illustrations of each anime magazine and related product packages.
  • "Zero no Tsukaima Perfect Book" Takarajimasha, released on December 22, 2007 - ISBN 978-4-7966-5986-4
    • Includes the author's secret stories, illustration gallery, character guide, story analysis, settings in the novel, etc. compiled by the editorial department of "This light novel is amazing!"Zero's familiar
  • "Zero ~ Zero's Familiar Usatsuka Age Illust collection ~" released on January 25, 2008 - ISBN 978-4-8401-2069-2
    • A personal art book by Eiji Usatsuka, who is in charge of illustration. Includes all color / monochrome illustrations, DVD packages, posters, and " Monthly Comic Alive " cover illustrations from Volumes 1 to 12 of Zero no Tsukaima. Also included are unpublished manuscripts, rough drawings, and illustrations drawn exclusively for the art book.
  • "Zero no Tsukaima Visual Collection" Gakken Plus, released on March 27, 2008 - ISBN 978-4-05-403716-8
    • A visual book that includes TV anime version illustrations drawn in each anime and game magazine outside of "Megami Magazine". There are various recording lists such as "Animage", "Dengeki G's magazine", and "Monthly Newtype".
  • "Zero's familiarZero no Tsukaima-Knight of Sogetsu-Louis Photo Collection" Ichijinsha, released on September 20, 2008 - ISBN 978-4-7580-1112-9
  • "Finale Zero no Tsukaima Complete Illustration Collection Eiji Usatsuka" released on March 25, 2017 - ISBN 978-4-0406-9213-5


The Familiar of Zero has been adapted into an anime series running for four seasons by the animation studio J.C.Staff. The first season aired in Japan between July 3 and September 25, 2006, and contained thirteen episodes. In April 2007 at Anime Boston, Geneon announced that they had picked up the English dubbing rights of the first season of the anime series under the title The Familiar of Zero. In July 2008, Geneon Entertainment and Funimation Entertainment announced an agreement to distribute select titles in North America. While Geneon Entertainment still retained the license, Funimation Entertainment assumed exclusive rights to the manufacturing, marketing, sales and distribution of select titles. The Familiar of Zero was one of several titles involved in the deal. Funimation released a complete box set of the series on November 4, 2008. Funimation reported their rights to the series expired in August 2011. Sentai Filmworks re-licensed the first series in North America in 2013 and released it digitally. Sentai released the Geneon English-language version on Blu-ray and DVD on April 8, 2014.

The second season under the extended title Zero no Tsukaima: Futatsuki no Kishi (ゼロの使い魔 ~双月の騎士~, lit. The Familiar of Zero: Knight of the Twin Moons) aired in Japan between July 9 and September 24, 2007, containing twelve episodes. Sentai Filmworks licensed the second season (under the name The Familiar of Zero: Knight of the Twin Moons) in North America and released it on March 10, 2015 on Blu-ray and DVD.

The third season, also containing twelve episodes, entitled Zero no Tsukaima: Princesse no Rondo (ゼロの使い魔~三美姫の輪舞(プリンセッセのロンド)~), aired on Japan's Chiba TV between July 6 and September 21, 2008, and Arts Central in Singapore between July 10 and September 24, 2008. An original video animation episode for the third season was released on December 24, 2008. Sentai Filmworks licensed the third season with the OVA (under the name The Familiar of Zero: Rondo of Princesses) in North America and released them on May 12, 2015 on Blu-ray and DVD.

The fourth and final season titled Zero no Tsukaima F aired twelve episodes between January 7 and March 24, 2012. In 2012, Sentai Filmworks licensed the fourth season (under the name The Familiar of Zero: F) in North America and released it on July 14, 2015 on Blu-ray and DVD.

Series list

Zero's familiar

  • It corresponds to the first period. The title is the same as the original. From July 2006 to September of the same year, it was broadcast on a total of eight stations, including six independent stations , one TV Tokyo network, and Kids Station . All 13 episodes. Yoshiaki Iwasaki was appointed as the director , and Takao Yoshioka was appointed as the series composition . During the broadcast period, a dedicated original preview video was shown on the official website on a weekly basis. This preview video is also recorded on the DVD.
  • The original anime episodes of Siesta, the connection between the Earth and Hallucigenia, and the original setting of the anime about the ancestral treasure are included. In addition, some of the episodes that occur in the future of the original are included in a form that has been advanced, and the treatment of Prince of Wales, Wald, Cromwell, etc. has also been changed.

Zero no Tsukaima ~ Knight of Sogetsu ~

  • This is the second term. The title is read as "Zero's Familiar with His Familiar". It was broadcast from July 2007 to October of the same year as the sequel to the first period. All 12 episodes. The broadcasting station is the same as the first period. However, since there was no production schedule at the time of the first period (the voice actors announced at the time of the interview that they were told so  ), many of the staff in the previous period have already decided the schedule. According to this, the production of "Sky Girls", which was broadcast at the same time, was started. As a result, new people such as Yu Ko were appointed as the director and Yuji Kawahara was appointed as the series composition.
  • From June 8, 2007 to July 2007, before the start of the broadcast, three episodes selected by the original author Yamaguchi Noboru, Rie Kugimiya as Louise and Satoshi Hino as Saito Hiraga at Kids Station, and voting on the Kids Station official website. A total of 5 episodes of the masterpiece selection of the previous term by the 2 episodes selected in.
  • The treatment of Cromwell and Andvari's ring, which was changed in the previous term, was corrected to be in line with the original, but the point that Shefield was in command of the Holy Albion Kingdom and the point that Julio was transferred to Tristain Magic Academy , An original element of animation.

Zero no Tsukaima ~ Sanbihime no Rondo ~

  • This is the third term. The title reading is "Zero's Familiar His Princese Rondo". After the February 2008 issue of " Monthly Comic Alive " and the production of the 3rd term were announced on the 2nd term official website, the official title was announced on the 3rd term official website on March 27, 2008. There are a total of 7 broadcasting stations, excluding KBS Kyoto from the previous work, and it was broadcast from July 2008 to September of the same year. All 12 episodes. As in the previous term, Yu Ko was appointed as the director, but Nahoko Hasegawa was appointed in place of Kawahara for the series composition . In addition, music production including the theme song has become Columbia Music Entertainment (currently Nippon Columbia) from this term.
  • In the early stages, the scenes omitted in the last of the previous term were complemented. Also, in the rabbit costume that appears in the ED animation, there was a female character closely related to the episode. In the TV version, a self-regulation to partially darken the screen was added to a part of the main part, but it has disappeared in the DVD version.

Zero no Tsukaima F

  • This is the 4th term. The final work of the series. The title "F" has multiple meanings such as "4 (four)", "final", and "forever"  . From January 2012 to March of the same year, it was broadcast on AT-X (participating in the production committee) in addition to independent stations including Chiba Television . It was also broadcast on BS11 , the first BS digital broadcasting station in the series. All 12 episodes. Iwasaki, who was in charge of the first phase of the director, returned to the director, and the original author Yamaguchi Noboru was in charge of the series composition, and the staff was changed again.
  • From October 2011 to December 2011, before the start of the broadcast, a masterpiece selection of all 13 episodes selected from the stories from the first to the third period was broadcast.
  • Since the original was incomplete, the ending was reached with a complete anime original episode. The setting regarding the connection between the earth and Hallucigenia that appeared in the first period is also included in the original episode of the anime.


Phase 1 Second stage 3rd term 4th term
original Yamaguchi Noboru
directed by Yoshiaki Iwasaki Yu Ko Yoshiaki Iwasaki
Series composition Takao Yoshioka Yuji Kawahara Nahoko Hasegawa Yamaguchi Noboru
Character draft Eiji Usatsuka
Chief Flyer ―――― Shogo Yasukawa
Character design

animation director

Masahiro Fujii
Prop design Haruko Iizuka Masahiro Fujii Yasuyuki Noda
Art director Yoshinori Hirose
Color design Kyosuke Ishikawa
―――― Yukiko Tashino
Cinematographer Rikiya Marumo Shingo Fukusei Tomoichi Nakanishi Kenji Takehara
edit Masahiro Goto
music Shinkichi Mitsumune
Sound director Takeshi Takahashi Jin Aketagawa
producer Mitsuhiro Matsuo
Miho Ichii Kohei Takiguchi, Takeshi Hashimoto, Takaaki Kidani
Yoshiyuki Matsunaga, Hitoshi Yagi, Hiromasa Minami
Maki Horiuchi Masazumi Kato
Animation production JCSTAFF
Production Zero no Tsukaima Production Committee Zero no Tsukaima F Production Committee

Theme song

In all series, along with the games described below, the opening theme is handled by singer ICHIKO , and the ending theme is handled by Rie Kugimiya under the name of Louise .

Phase 1
Opening theme First kiss" Lyrics / Songs-ICHIKO / Composition / Arrangement-Riki Arai Only episode 13 has SE.
Ending theme "True Nokimochi" Lyrics- Yuriko Mori / Composition / Arrangement-Riki Arai / Song-Louis (Rie Kugimiya) In the 13th episode, it was played during the epilogue.
Second stage
Opening theme " I SAY YES " Lyrics --Yuriko Mori / Composition --Go Sakabe / Arrangement --Riki Arai / Song --ICHIKO Only episode 12 has SE.
Ending theme " Suki? Kirai !? Suki !!! " Lyrics --Yuriko Mori / Composition / Arrangement --Riki Arai / Song --Louis (Rie Kugimiya) Only episode 12 has SE.
3rd term
Opening theme " You're THE ONE " Lyrics --Yuriko Mori / Composition --Kosuke Makino / Arrangement --Riki Arai / Song --ICHIKO Only in the 12th episode TV version, an instrumental version without vocals was played during the epilogue as an alternative to the ending theme.
Ending theme "I'm sorry ♥" Lyrics --Yuriko Mori / Composition --Kosuke Makino / Arrangement --Chel Watanabe / Song --Louis (Rie Kugimiya) In episode 12, it is used only in the DVD version, but there is no Louise line at the beginning of the song.
4th term
Opening theme " I'LL BE THERE FOR YOU " Lyrics --Yuriko Mori / Composition --Takafumi Iwasaki / Arrangement --Riki Arai / Song --ICHIKO (Episode 2-Episode 12)
Ending theme "Kiss Shite ↑ Agenai ↓" Lyrics --Yuriko Mori / Composition / Arrangement --Kenichiro Oishi / Song --Louis (Rie Kugimiya) The first episode is unused because there is no ED.
Insert song "First kiss" Song --ICHIKO (Episode 12)

Each story list

Phase 1:

Number of stories subtitle Screenplay Storyboard Directing Animation director Original recording volume remarks
Phase 1 "Zero no Tsukaima"
1 Zero Louise Takao Yoshioka Yoshiaki Iwasaki Masahiro Fujii Volume 1 Yamaguchi Noboru Selection
2 Commoner familiar Yuichi Nihei Takeshi Yoshimoto Tsuru Akari Minami
3 Low-grade fever temptation Hideaki Uehara Shiro Shibata
4 Maid crisis Roki Sasaki Yoshiko Nakajima Anime original
5 Princess of Tristain Yohei Suzuki Kaoru Sugimoto, Isao Sugimoto Volume 1

Volume 2

6 The identity of the thief Michio Fukuda Daisuke Takashima Osamu Kamei Volume 1 Rie Kugimiya Selection
7 Louise's part-time job Ogami Soma Tosei Yamauchi Yukie Cold Water Volume 5
8 Tabasa's Secret Yuichi Nihei Shigeru Ueda Isao Sugimoto

Tsuru Akari Minami

Volume 3
Volume 4
9 Louise's transformation Hideaki Uehara Shiro Shibata
Shigeki Kimoto
Volume 4 No. 1 in popularity vote
10 Princess's request Shinichi Tokaibayashi Kaoru Yahana Yoshiko Nakajima Volume 2
11 Louise's marriage Yohei Suzuki Osamu Kamei
Tsuru Akari Minami
Nakamura Motoi
Satoshi Hino Selection
12 Zero treasure Ogami Soma Daisuke Takashima Yuki Reisui
Shigeki Kimoto
Mitsuharu Kajitani (Mecha)
Volume 2
Volume 3
13 Louise of nothingness Yoshiaki Iwasaki Masahiro Fujii
Mitsuharu Kajitani (Mecha)
Volume 3
Anime Original
2nd place in popularity vote
Phase 2 "Zero no Tsukaima-Knight of the Sogetsu"
1 Her Majesty's Zero Yuji Kawahara Yohei Suzuki Masahiro Fujii
Takashi Tanasawa (Mecha)
Anime original
2 Oath of wind and water Chinatsu Hojo Mamoru Nakamura Daisuke Takashima Yuki Reisui
Takashi Tanasawa (Mecha)
Volume 4
3 Clergy sword Yuji Kawahara Ryoji Fujiwara Toshikazu Hashimoto Hiroshi Tomioka
Masateru Tanigawa
Volume 6
Volume 7
Volume 8
Anime Original
4 Vallier's Three Sisters Mayu Sugiura Hideaki Uehara Yumi Shimizu
Atsushi Yamamoto
Masahiro Fujii
Volume 6
5 Engraving of a spy Yuji Kawahara Kazuo Miyake Koji Kobayashi Haruo Okawara Anime original
6 Queen's holiday Chinatsu Hojo Yohei Suzuki Shinya Hasegawa
Tetsuya Kawakami
Go Kawada
Volume 5
7 Underground secret document Yuji Kawahara Hideaki Uehara Anime original
8 Crisis of Magic Academy Mayu Sugiura Roki Sasaki Nami Ito Volume 6
Anime Original
9 Atonement of fire Michio Fukuda Toshikazu Hashimoto Yuki Cold Water

Takashi Tanasawa (Mecha)

10 Enemy of Snow Ridge Yuji Kawahara Koichi Takada Koji Kobayashi Haruo Okawara
Takashi Tanasawa (Mecha)
Anime original
11 Silver advent Michio Fukuda
Yu Ko
Noriaki Akitaya Yuji Miyashita
Yuki Cold Water
Hiroshi Tomioka
Sumie Kinoshita
Takashi Tanasawa (Mecha)
Volume 7
12 Goodbye wedding Chinatsu Hojo Yohei Suzuki Masahiro Fujii Volume 7
Anime Original
Phase 3 "Zero no Tsukaima-Sanbihime no Rondo-"
1 Familiar stamp Nahoko Hasegawa Yu Ko Toshikazu Hashimoto Masahiro Fujii Volume 8
Anime Original
2 Forest fairy Yohei Suzuki Sayo Aoi Haruo Okawara
Sayo Aoi
Volume 8
3 Welcome back of the hero Hideaki Uehara Hiroyoshi Kishikawa Shinichiro Kajiura
Yukio Okano
Masahiro Fujii (general)
Toshiaki Miki (general)
Volume 9
4 Rumored transfer student Shogo Yasukawa Yohei Suzuki Hiroshi Ito Ryoichi Oki Volume 12
5 Enchanted women's bath Mariko Kunizawa Tamura Kotaro Yoshio Suzuki Kanji Nagasaka
Masahiro Fujii (general)
Toshiaki Miki (general)
Osamu Sakata (general)
6 Forbidden magic drug Nahoko Hasegawa Hideaki Uehara Yuji Miyashita Shigeru Uchihara
[Phase 1]
7 Slave Neil Ball Phase 1RPhase 1ika Nakase Yohei Suzuki Hiroyoshi Kishikawa Kiyomitsu Sato
Kazuyuki Iikai
Masahiro Fujii (general)
Toshiaki Miki (general)
Hiroyuki Horiuchi (general)
Volume 9
8 Touhou tracking Shogo Yasukawa Toshikazu Hashimoto Ryoichi Oki
Toshiaki Sato
Volume 10
9 Tabasa's sister Mariko Kunizawa Naoyuki Katsutani Yoshihiko Iwata Kazuhiro Ono
Fujii (general)
Toshiaki Miki (general)
Osamu Sakata (general)
10 Border pass Rika Nakase Yohei Suzuki Hiroyoshi Kishikawa Toshiaki Miki
Osamu Sakata
Masahiro Fujii (general)
11 Captive of Arhambra Shogo Yasukawa Hideaki Uehara Shige Uchihara
Sumie Noshita
Kazuyuki Matsubara
12 Wings of liberty Nahoko Hasegawa Yohei Suzuki Ryoichi Oki
Masahiro Fujii
Volume 11
Anime Original
ova Temptation sandy beach Mariko Kunizawa Tamura Kotaro Toshikazu Hashimoto Toshiaki
Haruko Iizuka (general)
Yumiko Kinoshita (general)
Hiroyuki Shimizu (general)
Anime original It was not broadcast on TV and
was recorded on Volume 4 of the DVD.
Phase 4 "Zero no Tsukaima F"
1 Louise of the Holy Land Shogo Yasukawa Yoshiaki Iwasaki Masahiro Fujii Volume 13
Anime Original
2 Priestess of the water city (Aquileia) Gen Horinouchi [Phase 1 - Phase 1Former]
Horinouchi Jiro Fujimoto
Kamimoto Kentoshi Volume 13
Volume 14
Anime Original
3 Incompetent King's madness Shinsuke Yanagi Yuta Maruyama Daisuke Kitagawa
Atsushi Yamamoto
Masahiro Fujii (general)
Volume 15
Anime Original
4 Her Majesty's Award Mariko Kunizawa Masahiro Okamura Manabu Maeda
Deno Norimi Sonomi
Masahiro Fujii (general)
Volume 16
5 The Maidens of De Ornière Masahiro Sonoda Hiroyuki Okuno Hitomi Ochiai
Shinya Kitamura
Masahiro Fujii (general)
6 Turbulent open-air bath Yohei Suzuki Mai Toda
Toshio Hasegawa
Masahiro Fujii (general)
Volume 17 Volume


7 Desert elf Shogo Yasukawa Masao Okubo Satoshi Saga Kazuhiro Ono,

Masahiro Fujii, Masahiro Fujii (general)

Volume 19
8 Escaped sewer Nanako Shimazaki
Tomoaki Koshida
Takayuki Murakami Kentoshi Kamimoto
Keiko Ichihara
Shuichi Hara
Masahiro Fujii (general)
Volume 19
Volume 20
Anime Original
9 Coronation of Tabasa Mariko Kunizawa Gen Horinouchi Jiro Fujimoto Manabu Maeda
Satoshi Kitahara
Masahiro Fujii (general)
10 Awakening of disaster Shogo Yasukawa Nanako Shimazaki<brTomoaki Koshida Yuta Maruyama Daisuke Kitagawa
Atsushi Yamamoto
Masakazu Sunagawa
Yukiko Ibe
Masahiro Fujii (general)
Anime original
11 Louise selection Masahiro Okamura Hitomi Ochiai
Kamimoto and Masahiro Fujii (general)
12 Zero's familiar Yoshiaki Iwasaki Masahiro Fujii
Chieko Miyagawa
Ichi Mitsuda
Mai Toda
Deno Norimi Sorimi (Mecha)
Masahiro Fujii (General)

Visual Novels

Three visual novels for the PlayStation 2 were developed by Marvelous Interactive in which the player assumes the role of Saito Hiraga. The first, Zero no Tsukaima: Koakuma to Harukaze Concerto (ゼロの使い魔 小悪魔と春風の協奏曲, lit. The Familiar of Zero: Goblins and the Spring Breeze Concerto), was released in limited and regular editions on February 15, 2007 in Japan. This was followed by Zero no Tsukaima: Muma ga Tsumugu Yokaze no Fantasy (ゼロの使い魔 夢魔が紡ぐ夜風の幻想曲) on November 29, 2007 and Zero no Tsukaima: Maigo no Period to Ikusen no Symphony (ゼロの使い魔 迷子の終止符と幾千の交響曲) on November 6, 2008.


"I'm not a man if I can't make the girl I love smile!" ― Saito

Saito Hiraga (平賀才人, Hiraga Saito), later known as Saito Chevalier de Hiraga (才人·シュヴァリエ·ド·平賀, Saitō Shuvuariē do Hiraga) when he got his noble status, is the familiar spirit of Louise de la Vallière and is otherwise known as Gandálfr (ᚷᚢᚾᛞᛟᛚᚠ, lit. God's Left Hand). Later on, he becomes Lífþrasir (ᛚᛁᚠᛞᚱᚨᛋᛁᚱ, lit. God's Heart) after being summoned as familiar of Tiffania Westwood. After marrying Louise, he is later known as Saito Chevalier de Hiraga des Ornière (才人·シュヴァリエ·ド·平賀·デース·オルーニユェル, Saitō Shuvuariē do Hiraga dēsu Oruniērū).


Saito is a student from Tokyo, Japan. One day, his laptop got broken and he decided to repair it; however, learning of the expensive fee for repair, he does not continue the repair, thinking of applying for a part-time job. As he walks down the streets, a mysterious portal appears before him, which can be only seen by him. He touches it out of curiosity, but it sucks him up despite his attempts to break free from it. Upon getting sucked, he arrives in Halkeginia as summoned by Louise de la Vallière as her familiar. He is 17 years old at the beginning of the story. Although he was an ordinary high school student, he was summoned from Tokyo to another world , Hallucigenia, as a "familiar" by the summoning magic of Louise . He is 172 cm tall.

He thinks things with the values ​​of modern Japan, and is angry and resists the unreasonableness of the Hallucigenia world without hiding them, so he is considered by the people around him to be a wild person . In addition to the extreme ups and downs of emotions, the beliefs are intense and emotions are intense. Even if he is suddenly summoned to another world, he adapts without worrying too much. In fact, he is a hot-blooded man with an indomitable fighting spirit that can withstand any difficulties or obstacles. His full name seems to be difficult for Hallucigenia people to pronounce, and it is often misunderstood as "Hirigal Saiton".

At the time of the familiar contract (contract servant) with Louise, the run "Gandalfr", which is a proof of the familiar, emerged on the left hand of the talented person. This is the mark of the legendary familiar "God's left hand, Gandalf" who can freely handle anything as long as it is a weapon. Furthermore, from the 20th volume, he was selected as a familiar of Tiffania, and the runes of "Increasing the magical power of the bearer of the void in exchange for the soul" and "Lífþrasirl, the heart of God" emerged in his chest. Gandalf's runes were once lost as a replacement for Ruiz in Volume 7 after fighting 70,000 soldiers in the Republic of Albion and being seriously injured.  After that, Ruiz was a talented man . Regain Gandalf's runes by summoning and re-contracting.

Initially, only the ability of Gandalf was relied on, but after many battles and special training of Agnes, defeating multiple magic dolls Skírnir without using the power of Gandalf, and living the magic of Tabasa who confronted as an enemy. It has grown enough to avoid it.

He was praised by Henrietta for his many credits in Volume 9, and became a nobleman with the title of Chevalier , and at the same time became the deputy captain of the newly established Guards Corps "Water Spirit Knights". With his aristocratic status, the official document at Tristain will be given the full name "Site Chevalier de Hiraga". In the 10th volume, in order to rescue Tabasa who was captured by Gallia, he said that stepping into a neighboring country with aristocratic rank could cause conflict between countries, so once the status of the knight and the position of the deputy captain of the guard knight corps were changed to Henrietta. Although he returned, he returned to the aristocratic position in Volume 11 and holds his position.

After being summoned, he had been unable to read the characters of Hallucigenia for a long time, but after the rescue of Tabasa, she became able to read them. In Volume 14, Pope Vittorio and his familiar Julio are forced to choose between returning to the original world or staying in this world, but after suffering they choose to remain in Hallucigenia, the "spear" of Gandalf. Using the Tiger tank , he repelled the Jormungant controlled by King Gallia and Myoznitonirun. From Volume 15, he has the titles of "Hero of Albion" and "Hero of the Tiger Road". In Volume 16, the full name "Site Chevalier de Hiraga de Ornière" is written by the territory of "De Ornier" given by Henrietta. Due to these hospitality and activities, they are regarded as heroes among the commoners, and even though the play is made, they are jealous of the aristocrats centered on Mage, and the brothers of the element who received the request will aim for their lives.

When he was summoned, he hated the selfish Louise, but gradually learned of her kindness and anguish while spending time with him, and decided to protect her as a familiar. As for her relationship with Louise, she once joked to her and Delphi that "(Louis) is in love with me," but she said she was her. I didn't understand her true intention because she didn't express her feelings honestly . He is very sincere in his "words" and "feelings", and he receives unreasonable punishment from Ruiz and the surface because "I said" I like "to Ruiz, and it is irresistible that the words and feelings are lying". Even if he was put on his upper sleeve or was pressed by another heroine, he never said "like" other than Ruiz, and he continued to like Ruiz. However, in the depths of her consciousness, she seems to have been attracted to Henrietta, and she finally has an affair in Volume 16. She runs away from Louise, who witnesses an affair, but she reconciles in Volume 18 and vows her future. However, she is taken to Sahara by Allies in Volume 19. She is there and she is about to be taken her dementia medicine, but she escapes with the help of Luxhana.

In Volume 20, he was "resummoned" from Tiffania's strong feelings for the site, signed a familiar contract, and gained the power of "God's Heart, Lífþrasir." He is strangely in the same situation as Sasha 6000 years ago, where he also serves as Gandalf and Reeve Slasil. With the power of Reeveslasil sucking up his vitality and not even being able to move without the power of Derflinger, he learns the truth of the catastrophe 6000 years ago and embarks on a holy land that emerges to stop the Pope's invasion of the Earth. He dismisses the Knights Templar and Julio and arrives at Ruiz, but when Ruiz himself, who knows the truth like him, is stabbed by Derflinger, the void disappears and the power of Gandalf and Reeve Slasil is lost. Save your life.

After that, he became a hero who saved Hallucigenia by destroying the spirit stone of the sacred place that caused the great uplift with Ruiz who revived in exchange for the life of Derflinger. After returning to Tristain, she formally proposes to Louise and persuades the Duke of Vallier to marry for being given the rank of Viscount. Immediately after that, the Pope gave him a circular mirror of the founder, and if he was alone, he would be able to return to Earth. A talented man who struggles to return to Earth or stay, he is persuaded by Ruiz and decides to return alone. However, with Ruiz, who was able to cross to the earth by the power of Derflinger, the story ends when the two of them finally return to the earth.

In the animated version of "F", before the final battle with the Ancient Dragon, Ruiz, who feared the death of a talented person due to the abuse of Reeves Rasil's ability, was deceived and returned to Japan through the "World Door". However, he could not leave Louise alone, and jumped in with a fighter plane stolen for the total solar eclipse that had just occurred on the earth and returned to Hallucigenia. After subduing the Ancient Dragon, he used up the power of Reeve Slasil, but survived with the power of Gandalf, proposed to Louise, and got married. After that, he returned to Japan with Ruiz at the "World Door", showed Tokyo, and then pushed the chime of his parents' house, and the story ended.


A talented companion, the magic sword "Intelligence Sword" with a will. His first appearance is a single-edged longsword, which can be spoken by clicking the metal fittings of the habaki (the root of the blade). The talented person carries it on his back because it is about 150 cm including the handle and is too long to hang on his waist. In fact, it is just a spiritual being who possesses a sword now, and the sword itself is not the main body. It has lived for 6,000 years and is said to be the legendary sword used by the former "Gandalf". When he learns that a talented man is "Gandalf" at a Tristanian weapons store, he sells himself and becomes his property. The intelligence weapons themselves aren't rare enough to be worth it, and they're exceptionally low because they look like rusty, tattered swords, and the shopkeeper has closed his mouth to Derflinger's bad mouth. I was able to purchase it at. The talented person was called a "buddy", and for the talented person, he was like a comrade who fought together.

Although it is a weapon for the familiar of the void, it is brought to life by the indigenous magic that is originally in opposition to the void and the ancestor Brimil. He seems to know more about the founder Brimil and the void, but he says he's been so old that he basically forgets most of it. However, he sometimes remembers the time signature and has saved the talented people in a pinch several times. Like a legendary sword, "You can change the appearance to a rusted sword and return it", "Absorb attack magic and manipulate Gandalf's body as much as it absorbs", "Read information on the ability and weapons of the swordfighter you touched" Has special abilities such as.

He has a light-hearted personality and often calls him "Odereta!". There is also a lonely side, and you can not talk if it is in the scabbard (in the anime version, you can talk by pulling out the brim without permission even if it is in the scabbard), so do not talk with the other party while it is in the scabbard Immediately.

When a talented person made a second "familiar contract" with Ruiz, there was a depiction that he was afraid that the runes would not stick to his chest, and he was afraid of the appearance of the fourth empty familiar "Leave Slasil". Seems to be. Also, he hates Forsate, the ancestor of the founding of Romalia, and even though he has no acquaintance with the founder Brimil, he seems to dislike the Romalia Empire, who preaches "the teachings of Brimil". In Volume 16, he inhales the magical power of Dudu's "Blade", but his blade bursts and disappears because it exceeds the permissible amount. In the 17th volume, a talented person said, "I can't do anything without you," and Ruiz and Siesta, who learned of the disappearance of Derflinger, were sad.

In the 19th volume, he is kidnapped by elves and revived in an unnamed Japanese sword in front of Tiffania and a talented man who was taken to Sahara. It took a long time to return because he was able to transfer to the current Japanese sword just before the longsword in front of him broke, but the structure as a knife was too different and it was difficult to reveal his intention. Met. At that time, he had a long time to think, and he remembered that he was made by an elf and that he pierced Brimil. Also, it seems that you can not only talk from the description in Volume 19 but also talk about telepathy. After that, he gets a dormancy for a while and regains all his memories. And after penetrating Ruiz, he revives Ruiz with the void magical true "life" that was hung on himself. He exhausted all his power and shattered completely, thanking him for meeting his best companion, Site. The debris was then buried in Lake Ragdrian, leaving only the brim as a keepsake. However, he helped the site and Louise pass through the gate opened by the founder's mirror at the very end.

In the anime version "F", it shatters when it absorbs the flames of the Ancient Dragon, but it stays asleep in the rune of the talented Gandalf. He was temporarily resurrected in the fighter plane that the talent used to return to Hallucigenia, and returned to the runes after the Ancient Dragon was subdued.

Sacred Runes

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GandálfrLeft Hand of God
Gandálfr, also known as the Left Hand of God, is a legendary type of familiar, with only two known familiars of this type, including one of the legendary Founder Brimir's own familiars and Saito Hiraga. It is notable for being the sole type of familiar of Void mages. A Gandálfr's primary combat duty is to guard the Void mage as he or she slowly casts Void magic. Gandálfr are almost as legendary as their Void-magic using masters and are even known to be able to take on armies of thousands alone with their abilities.
They are unique for being completely human, unlike other common magical or beastly familiars. The only indicator of their being familiars are the rune markings located on a part of their body.
The primary power of a Gandálfr is absolute mastery of any item meant for combat, from swords and pistols to artillery cannons and fighter aircraft (though in the light novels, even Kirche von Zerbst's ceremonial sword gift to Saito activated this power). On physical contact with such weapons, the Gandálfr's runes will glow, and the familiar gains heightened strength, agility, endurance, and reflexes in addition to complete proficiency over the weapon. These reinforcements linger only for a while when the power is deactivated; a Gandálfr who sustains normally fatal damage while powered up will quickly face the brunt of the damages when he returns to normal, which may cause him to collapse out of exhaustion or even possible death.
According to Julio Chesaré, Gandalfr's will have signatures, which is any weapon deemed the most at the era. For example Sasha wields s wsord and spear, and wahowsaito ields Sword and Gun.
Although it is not stated, it is hinted that Gandalfr also has mastery over scientific application of technology to be included in using any weapon. This side-effect ultimately forges the familiars bo'dy into that of a warrior, as seen with Saito despite being a brain-type human.
Also, a Gandálfr has sensory connections with its master, allowing both master and familiar to see or hear what the other does, knowingly or unknowingly.
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LífþrasirlThe Heart of God
Lífþrasir can increase the magical power of a void mage spell increasing the strength of this launch, however to use this power shortens his life force and using it with no control would kill the Lifþrasir. To put it simply, Lifprasir serves as not a catalyst for spells, but amplifies them using the familiar’s life force as fuel. However, that is only half of it power and the most gentle. It other half is the power to stockpile magic, spells, make them stronger and for lack of better word turn themselves into a bomb. It found in the chest of saito.


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Series overview

  • The game version is Marvelous Entertainment as an adventure (+ SRPG) game for PlayStation 2 (Marvelous Interactive when the first game is released). The design and basic settings of both works are based on the first period of the TV anime version , and the voice actors of the existing characters. same as the TV anime version.
  • Like the TV animation, the number of stories (in the third work, "chapter" format for the convenience of production) and subtitles are set, and story breaks are provided. After each episode, a screen with almost the same specifications is inserted in the three works called "Coffee Break", and the save menu and the heroine with a high emotional value at that time are displayed as "Best Partner". Select "Next Story" to proceed to the next story (in the third work, it was in chapter format, but in this menu it remains "Next Story").
  • The player acts as a talented person (however, standing pictures and voices are prepared like a character on the screen), makes friends with the heroine targeted for capture, and overcomes difficulties (contents that overcome difficulties) In the latter half of the story of the second work and a part of the third work, there are developments that change the taste a little).
  • The heroines targeted for capture in the 1st and 2nd works are Louise Curque (main character in the 3rd work), Tabasa, Siesta, Henrietta + original heroine. Other major characters with standing pictures are Derflinger, Montmorency, Giesch, Ottoman, and Colbert.
  • In the third work, in conjunction with the third period of the TV animation version , Tiffania Eleonor Cattleya Iruku (Sylpheed) appears as a heroine to be captured, but the name that Curque Henrietta calls a talent has changed as it was at the beginning. Some settings such as Siesta's "Uncle" and "Cousin" are not available, or Skaron Jessica, who appeared in the first and second works, does not appear as an unappearing character. You can see the difference.
  • In addition, although the three works released so far are connected as works, there is no point of contact in the story (there is no trace that the first work happened in the second work), and the original and animation are natural. However , even games have become parallel worlds.

Tsundere system

  • Only Louise is equipped with a "Tsundere system" that has "Tsundere" and "Dele" parameters in addition to the normal emotional level. At the end of each story ・ When the "Tsundere" parameter reaches MAX before inserting the coffee break, the "Tsundere event" will be "activated", and it will randomly occur from several types of events where the talented person will be "Oshioki" in a special situation for Louise. do. If the tsundere event is generated a certain number of times, the tsundere system will be forced to branch to the Louise normal end route regardless of the emotional level when the heroine's route branches, so the tsundere system has great significance for capturing other heroines.
  • In the second work, the version has been upgraded to "2.0", and the opponents who will keep the talented people at the Tsundere event are now randomly selected from two patterns, one (Louis) and two (Louis + one other heroine).
  • In the third work, it will be "Tsundere System 3rd STRIKE" whose specifications have been significantly changed, and the status of 4 categories of "Human", "Dog", "Mole", and "Microorganism" is set by the change of "Tsundere" parameter, and each The tsundere event will be triggered when you are a "microorganism" at the end of the chapter. This time, a pattern of maximum participation of all heroines has been added.

Concerto of Little Devil and Spring Wind

Zero's Familiar Little Devil and Spring Wind Concerto (Zero's Familiar Koakuma and Harukaze Concerto)

  • The first game released on February 15, 2007 . Best Collection version ( cheap version ) on October 18, 2007 ) was released on As the original character of the game, Haruna (the heroine targeted for capture), who is a talented classmate in Japan, and Weatherly (the main character), the chairman of the travel theater company, who meets in Tristania, have appeared.
  • The main stages are inside the Magic Academy and Tristania. The story begins with the frequent occurrence of bombing incidents by mysterious bomb demons in Tristania.
  • In addition, there is a battle part that incorporates the original four-system magic.

Fantasia of the night breeze spun by Incubus

Zero's Familiar The Night Wind Fantasia Spinned by Incubus (Zero's Familiar Muma Gatsumu Guyokaze Fantasy)

  • The second work released on November 29, 2007. As the original characters of the game, a certain distant princess Christina and Rish who was sleeping in the basement for some reason appeared (both are heroines targeted for capture).
  • The main stage is in the magic school and in the mysterious dreams that talented people have every night. The story begins with a mysterious dream that a talented person will have every night in the future (Ruizu and his friends appear as classmates at a talented school in Japan).
  • The battle part in the first work has been abolished.

Zero no Tsukaima Fantasy Force

  • A shooting mini-game that comes with the second limited edition. The player controls Ruiz and destroys the enemy. Like the main disc, it is a PlayStation 2 software, but the game content (visual, BGM, sound effects, system, etc.) is reminiscent of the old family computer . A score attack was carried out for a limited time from the release to compete for the game score record.

The End of the Lost Child and Thousands of Symphonies

The Familiar of Zero: The End of the Lost Child and Thousands of Symphonies (Symphony of Maigo's Period and Ikusen)

  • The third game. Two editions, a regular edition and a limited edition, will be released. Initially, it was scheduled to be released on October 23, 2008, but it was announced that it will be postponed to November on October 1, which is already less than one month, and it was released on November 6.
  • When you press the start button on the menu screen, the sub-game "Zero no Tsukaima Louise Francoise Le Blanc de la Vallier's Tsundere Lesson" will start. The tsundere terminology solicited in advance is adopted.
  • As the original characters of the game, Livre (not the capture heroine) who manages the royal library and the mysterious boy Danbrime who appears in the middle stage will appear.
  • The main stage is the royal library and the world in the books that the magic of Livre will enter from there.

Zero no Tsukaima Fantasy Force 2nd Impact

  • It is a shooting mini-game that comes with the limited edition of the third work, and corresponds to the second shooting mini-game that came with the limited edition of the second work. The game content is reminiscent of the Super Nintendo of the past . In addition to Louise, Tabasa has also joined the operating characters. The score attack was done in this work as well.

Game theme song

  • "Treasure" (Small Devil and Spring Wind Concerto OP)
    • Lyrics / Composition --ICHIKO / Arrangement --Riki Arai / Song --ICHIKO
  • "I want to find eternity" (Small Devil and Spring Wind Concerto ED)
    • Lyrics --Yuriko Mori / Composition --Kosuke Makino / Arrangement --Riki Arai / Song --Louis Francoise Le Blanc de la Vallier (Voice --Rie Kugimiya)
  • "LOVE Imagination" (Fantasia OP of the night breeze spun by Incubus)
    • Lyrics --ICHIKO / Composition / Arrangement --Riki Arai / Song --ICHIKO
  • "Two Moons" (Fantasia of the night breeze spun by Incubus ED)
    • Lyrics --Yuriko Mori / Composition --Kosuke Makino / Arrangement --Riki Arai / Song --Louis Francoise Le Blanc de la Vallier (Voice --Rie Kugimiya)
  • "Sweet Angel" (End of Lost Child and Thousands of Symphonies OP)
    • Lyrics / Composition --ICHIKO / Arrangement --Riki Arai / Song --ICHIKO
  • "Blue Sky Fragment" (End of Lost Child and Thousands of Symphonies ED)
    • Lyrics-Yuriko Mori / Composition / Arrangement-Riki Arai / Song-Louis Francoise Le Blanc de la Vallier (Voice-Rie Kugimiya)

Mobile phone related


  • Delivered from November 14, 2007 (original schedule is October 1 ) on the mobile site "Genuine Mega Games". An adventure game based on the second season of TV animation . Delivered from "Additional Games to Get" on February 08, 2008. Released from GignoSystem Japan.

Anime video

  • Delivered on the mobile site "Medimo!" (Media Factory official mobile site). We also provide standby, ringtones, flash games, etc.


  • "Zero no Tsukaima App" will be released on February 29, 2012 at MEDIA FACTORY, INC. It was an app that allows you to purchase e-books with trial reading, and it was possible to watch PV and obtain wallpapers for the 4th period of animation.

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