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{{Infobox Anime|
image= [[image:Sign.PNG|px280]]|
Number of Episodes=28|
Opening Theme Song=Obsession|
Closing Theme Song=Yasashii Yoake| }}
'''.hack//SIGN''' is a 26 episode anime that revolves around a [[Wavemaster]] named [[Tsukasa]] who becomes mysteriously trapped in [[The World]], and also about a group of players who wish to find a mysterious item called the [[Key of the Twilight]]. Two OVA episodes were created with one about a player named [[Mimika]] and the other occurring in [[Net Slum]] a few months after the events of the [[Games|.hack//Games]].
SIGN takes place almost entirely in "The World", with almost all scenes that take place in the real world being shown colorless with a grainy effect, in “silent film style” (where the words appear on screen instead of listening to them). The only exception is at the end of the last episode.
[[Image:Tsukasa.PNG|thumb|[[Tsukasa]], SIGN's main protagonist.]]
The story begins when a mysterious player wakes up in a dungeon and finds a golden chest in front of him. That player is [[Tsukasa]]. He has no memory as to how he got into "The World" or the past. In that same area, he finds a player named [[Mimiru]], a [[Heavy Blade]] with a real attitude problem with Tsukasa. Frustrated with Mimiru, Tsukasa leaves the dungeon using a Sprite Ocarina, leaving Mimiru to keep the chest. As Tsukasa walks around [[Theta Server|Dun Loireag]], he is spotted by the [[Crimson Knights]]. [[Silver Knight]], the leader of the pack, warns Tsukasa that he is under watch after he is spotted with a [[Macha (Cat)|'cat-player character']]. Tsukasa leaves the town without using a [[Chaos Gate]] (which is an illegal act in The World). After Tsukasa finds out he can't log out of 'The World', everyone goes suspicious on him ([[Bear]] even went to the hospital where he may be). Tsukasa wants to find the [[Key of the Twilight]], and so does everyone else in the game and with the help of Tsukasa, it will be an adventure they won't forget.
The show aired throughout 2002 in Japan and 2003 (on Cartoon Network) in the United States.
Bandai had four total releases of .hack//SIGN in the United States. A Limited Edition set was released, with each DVD having an extra pack-in; a non-limited version was released at the same time, the first disc being available in March 2003. In 2004 a "Complete Collection" was released but it did not include [[Unison]]. Another complete collection labeled as "Anime Legends" was released in August 2006.
[[image:Dothacksignchar.jpg||300px|thumb|The main cast of .hack//SIGN.
Moving clockwise from top right: [[Sora]], [[Crim]], [[BT]], [[Subaru]], [[Tsukasa]], [[Mimiru]], [[Helba]], and [[Bear]].]]
#[[Role Play]]
#[[Guardian (SIGN)|Guardian]]
#[[Epitaph (SIGN)|Epitaph]]
#[[Party (SIGN)|Party]]
#[[Twilight Eye (SIGN)|Twilight Eye]]
#[[Conflict (SIGN)|Conflict]]
#[[The Eve]]
#[[Net Slum (SIGN)|Net Slum]]
This is a list of areas visited by the characters of SIGN.
*'''Δ [[Hidden Forbidden Holy Ground]]'''
*'''Θ Bitter Fantasy Mirror World'''
*'''Σ Screaming Wind Sands Fate Castle'''
*'''Θ Rejecting Oblivious Wavemaster'''
{| border="0" cellspacing="0" align="center"
!English VA
!Japanese VA
|Brianne Siddal
|Mitsuki Saiga
|style="background-color: #F0F3F6"|[[Mimiru]]
|style="background-color: #F0F3F6"|Amanda Winn Lee
|style="background-color: #F0F3F6"|Megumi Toyoguchi
|Paul Mercier
|Kazuhiro Nakata
|style="background-color: #F0F3F6"|[[BT]]
|style="background-color: #F0F3F6"|Donna Rawlins
|style="background-color: #F0F3F6"|Akiko Hiramatsu
|Kim Mai Guest
|Kaori Nazuka
|style="background-color:#F0F3F6"|[[Silver Knight]]
|style="background-color:#F0F3F6"|Doug Rye
|style="background-color:#F0F3F6"|Isshin Chiba
|Dave Wittenberg
|Hiroshi Yanaka
|style="background-color:#F0F3F6"|Lex Lang
|style="background-color:#F0F3F6"|Shinichiro Miki
|Valerie Arem
|Rie Tanaka
|style="background-color: #F0F3F6"|[[AI Harald]]
|style="background-color: #F0F3F6"|Crispin Freeman
|style="background-color: #F0F3F6"|Takumi Yamazaki
|Sandy Fox
|Atsuko Enomoto
|style="background-color: #F0F3F6"|[[Balmung]]
|style="background-color: #F0F3F6"|Crispin Freeman
|style="background-color: #F0F3F6"|Nobuyuki Hiyama
|Brianne Siddal
|Sara Nakayama
|style="background-color: #F0F3F6"|[[Mimika]]
|style="background-color: #F0F3F6"|
|style="background-color: #F0F3F6"|Masako Katsuki
*[[SIGN Original Soundtrack 1|.hack//SIGN Original Soundtrack 1]]
*[[SIGN Original Soundtrack 2|.hack//SIGN Original Soundtrack 2]]
*When all six U.S. DVDs of SIGN are lined up numerically, the letters on the spines spell out "'''LOGOUT'''".
*Hidden on the back of each DVD case is a keyword that can be used in the .hack games. These keywords access an area with one-of-a-kind items hidden within the dungeon, such as the Lady's Equipment or [[Risky Coffee]].
*[[Kazunori Ito]] penned 15 episodes of SIGN by himself, and coauthored the screenplay to episodes 7, 10, 12, 17, 19, 23, and [[GIFT]] with [[Michiko Yokote]]. He also cowrote the screenplay to episode 5 with Akemi Omode. Episode 27 was written by Hiroaki Jinno, and episodes 18, 21, 22, and 28 were written by Mitsuhiko Sawamura. Episode 11 was written by [[Koichi Mashimo]] and Kirin Mori.
[[Es: SIGN]]
[[Category:Project .hack]]

Revision as of 06:05, November 28, 2011

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