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With Senjou no Horizon’s second season approaching, a chart has been released which graphs the relationships of the characters across the seasons of both one to two – intertwining each and every individual.

Looking at the chart, it’s an intricate string of interconnected perverts, massive breasted females, flat chests, strange creatures, supernatural spirits, and more. Kyoukai Senjou no Horizon truly has everything when it comes to its cast of characters – and they all somehow manage to have a role of significance as they play a part in a massive ongoing war. Giving an idea of simply how complex in character structure the second season will be compared to the first, the chart of the first season is included below that of the second.

As one can see, the cast certainly more than doubled – and with the series having been so amazing with our original cast, it’s tough to imagine what this latest bunch will bring.

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