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Sebastian Wood
Sebastian Wood

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Christian Brown
Christian Brown

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Jacob Sanchez
Jacob Sanchez

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Anthony Collins
Anthony Collins

Lain.

It's been years OP. Can you give me a basic rundown of the plot and resolution of the show?

Things I remember.
A girl committing suicide in the very beginning of the first episode by jumping.
Lain has like 12 computers duct taped together and never leaves her room.

That's it, but I remember enjoying it.

Thomas Lee
Thomas Lee

kissanime.to/Anime/Serial-Experiments-Lain

See for yourself faggot, also check em

Jose Howard
Jose Howard

The series focuses on Lain Iwakura, an adolescent girl living in suburban Japan, and her introduction to the Wired, a global communications network similar to the Internet. Lain lives with her middle-class family, which consists of her inexpressive older sister Mika, her emotionally distant mother, and her computer-obsessed father. Lain herself is somewhat awkward, introverted, and socially isolated from most of her school peers, but the status-quo of her life becomes upturned by a series of bizarre incidents which start to take place after she learns that girls from her school have received an e-mail from Chisa Yomoda, a schoolmate who had committed suicide. When Lain receives the message herself at home, Chisa tells her that she is not dead, but has merely "abandoned her physical body and flesh", and is alive deep within the virtual reality-world of the Wired itself where she has found the almighty and divine God. From this point, Lain is caught up in a series of cryptic and surreal events that see her delving deeper into the mystery of the network in a narrative that explores themes of consciousness, perception, and the nature of reality.

The 'Wired' is a virtual reality-world that contains and supports the very sum of all human communication and networks, created with the telegraph, televisions, and telephone services, and expanded with the Internet, cyberspace, and subsequent networks. The series assumes that the Wired could be linked to a system that enables unconscious communication between people and machines without physical interface. The storyline introduces such a system with the Schumann resonance, a property of the Earth's magnetic field that theoretically allows for unhindered long distance communications. If such a link were created, the network would become equivalent to Reality as the general consensus of all perceptions and knowledge. The increasingly thin invisible line between what is real and what is virtual/digital begins to slowly shatter.

Masami Eiri is introduced as the project director on Protocol Seven (the next generation internet protocol in the series' time-frame) for major computer company Tachibana General Laboratories. He had secretly included code of his very own creation to give himself absolute control of the Wired through the wireless system described above. He then "uploaded" his own brain, conscience, consciousness, memory, feelings, emotions; his very self into the Wired and "died" a few days after, leaving only his physical, living body behind. These details are unveiled around the middle of the series, but this is the point where the story of Serial Experiments Lain begins. Masami later explains that Lain is the artifact by which the wall between the virtual and material worlds is to fall, and that he needs her to get to the Wired and "abandon the flesh", as he did, to achieve his plan. The series sees him trying to convince her through interventions, using the promise of unconditional love, romantic seduction and charm, and even, when all else fails, threats and force.

In the meantime, the anime follows a complex game of hide-and-seek between the "Knights of the Eastern Calculus," hackers whom Masami claims are "believers that enable him to be a God in the Wired", and Tachibana General Laboratories, who try to regain control of Protocol Seven. In the end, the viewer sees Lain realizing, after much introspection, that she has absolute control over everyone's mind and over reality itself. Her dialogue with different versions of herself shows how she feels shunned from the material world, and how she is afraid to live in the Wired, where she has the possibilities and responsibilities of an almighty goddess. The last scenes feature her erasing everything connected to herself from everyone's memories. She is last seen, unchanged, encountering her oldest and closest friend Arisu once again, who is now married. Lain promises herself that she and Arisu will surely meet again anytime as Lain can literally go and be anywhere she desires between both worlds.

Adam Perez
Adam Perez

Don't thank me, thank Wikipedia.

Xavier Perry
Xavier Perry

MAKE Holla Forums GREAT AGAIN

Josiah Perez
Josiah Perez

TRIPS!!

Cooper Ross
Cooper Ross

(checked)
I'll thank you anyway.
You too.

Reading the summary it all comes back. I more clearly remember why I liked it after that.

Joshua Rogers
Joshua Rogers

Almost 20 minutes since last post

Is Holla Forums ==THIS== fucking dead or is the website still buggy as shit and takes a long as time to load?

Austin Robinson
Austin Robinson

No it's incredibly slow lately.

Andrew Perry
Andrew Perry

Thanks Jim.

Josiah Barnes
Josiah Barnes

RIP THIS THREAD

Jonathan Clark
Jonathan Clark

It's the pedos fault more then anything.

Brody Baker
Brody Baker

Lurking.

Anthony Cruz
Anthony Cruz

fuck lain

Jackson Ramirez
Jackson Ramirez

<3 dysnomia

Noah Cruz
Noah Cruz

Found a backdoor into her operating system I see

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