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Rei Ayanami (綾波 レイ, Ayanami Rei) è un personaggio immaginario dal diritto di voto Neon Genesis Evangelion. She is the First Child (First Children in the Japanese version) and pilot of the Evangelion Unit 00.

At the beginning of the series, Rei is an enigmatic figure whose unusual behavior confounds her peers. Col progredire della serie, her personality evolves and she becomes more involved with the people around her, particularly her classmate and fellow Eva pilot Shinji Ikari. She is revealed to be a key factor in the events that conclude the storyline. Her role in this conclusion is not made clear in the TV series, but is one of the principal plot points of The End of Evangelion.

No specific information is given about Rei’s origin or heritage; what is presented in the series implies that she is not entirely human. Ritsuko Akagi states that Rei was born in a certain room deep in the lower levels of Nerv headquarters, but this is all that is explicitly revealed in the series about her creation. The Red Cross Book later stated that Rei was created from thesalvaged remainsof Yui Ikari after Yui’s absorption into Unit 01 in 2004. The Rei/Yui connection is implied a few times during the series. Gendo introduces Rei to the Nerv staff in 2010 as anacquaintance’s childwhom he is temporarily taking care of. In episode 21, Naoko Akagi says that Rei physically resembles Yui. The character model used in the 2010 scenes is based on development materials in which her age is only 4.

As with the specifics of her creation, the reasons for her existence are not explicitly revealed, Kaworu Nagisa cryptically mentions in their only conversation that she isthe sameas him. This statement was expanded in thedirector’s cutof the episode, in which Kaworu goes on to say that he and Rei are human vessels for the souls of Adam and Lilith, rispettivamente. Later in the episode, she generates an external AT field which is as strong as Kaworu’s. In a pseudo-hallucinatory scene in episode 25, “Gendo” tells “King” that the day of Third Impact is the day for which she was created. In The End of Evangelion, she plays an important role in Third Impact, although not in the fashion that was intended by Gendo.

In the final episode of Neon Genesis Evangelion, the audience is introduced to a pseudo-hallucinatory alternate reality, with a different Rei. This Rei’s personality is completely different, and her behavior is morenormal” (ad esempio, she shows embarrassment and anger when she thinks Shinji looked up her skirt, in stark contrast to her emotionless reaction to the incident with Shinji in episode 5). The Evangelion spin-off manga Neon Genesis Evangelion: Angelic Days is set in this alternate universe, and its version of Rei is a central character.

Whatever else, she needs to be painted in as a bitterly unhappy young girl with little sense of presence.Hideaki Anno, to Yoshiyuki Sadamoto on Rei’s character design

At the start of the series, Rei is socially withdrawn, seemingly emotionless, and rarely interacts with anyone, except for Gendo, to whom she initially displays loyalty but with whom she has a generally distant relationship (she says in episode 15 that shedoesn’t know what kind of person he is”). She lives by herself in a drab, dingy, sparsely-furnished apartment in Tokyo-3, a clutter of books being her only apparent luxury items (assuming they are not, in fact, schoolbooks). Toward the end of the series, Shinji comments that her apartment is very similar to the place where Ritsuko says Rei was born. Rei’s neutral personality and emotionless nature arouse the scorn of Asuka Langley Soryu, who at one point refers to her as adoll” o “puppet.” (Rei denies this, tying into a later scene in End of Evangelion in which she refuses to let Gendo Ikari use her as his puppet.) Rei is, in many ways, the exact opposite of Asuka. While Asuka is extroverted, Rei is introverted. Anche, Asuka is extremely boastful and overly proud of her accomplishments, while Rei constantly states her life has little value. Their appearances are also, in ways, inverses of each other (Rei has short blue hair and red eyes, while Asuka has long reddish-blond hair and blue eyes).

An emotional change causes certain muscles in the face to tense, producing anexpression”. Rei is expressionless but is it that she doesn’t feel emotion, or that she is merely unable to express it?” Yoshiyuki Sadamoto on Rei [emphasis in original].

Col progredire della serie, she begins to develop relationships with others and to show moments of genuine emotion, to even become sad and cry. Her English VA, Amanda Winn-Lee describes the situation as: Rei is not totally devoid of personality, otherwise she would not be interesting.There is a small spark of humanity, but it isclouded by this huge sense of negative self-worth and the realization that she is expendable.The joy of playing Rei is exploring that small spark.And also said: “I got into a weird modeI can’t describe it. It’s a good thing I’m in a little padded room when I’m doing it because that’s where she belongs. She knows she’s expendable, but the thing is, she’s still human so you can’t do her totally catatonic.

It is implied in episode 19 that Rei does not dream. When Shinji is unconscious in a hospital Asuka says he must be dreaming, and Rei is confused about what Asuka is referring to.

Rei is shown spending unknown lengths of time in an LCL-filled tube underneath a structure resembling a giant brain in the Dummy System room, the reasons for which are not revealed. The circular wall of this room is originally depicted as being covered with DNA sequences, but near the end of the series, it is revealed to be an LCL-filled tank in which dozens of soulless clones of Rei are held. The clones are said by Ritsuko to be the cores of the dummy plugs; she also refers to them asspare partsand later asvesselsfor Rei. Rei herself, in heavy bandages after the battle against Armisael, but possessing neither memories nor injuries from the battle, saysI think I must be the third one”. The movie pamphlet states she can be replaced entirely, with her soul being transferred to a new clone body every time she dies. Other supporting evidence in the anime include her earlier line thatif I die, I can be replaced.

This explanation holds that:

  • Rethe very first clone, is murdered by Naoko Akagi in 2010 (as shown in Episode 21)
  • Re IIwho may not have appeared until as late as 2014 (when she is transferred to Tokyo-3’s Class 2-A), is the clone of Rei introduced in the first episode and who appears in most episodes of the series. She dies when she sacrifices herself and Unit 00 to destroy Armisael in episode 23.
  • King IIIis the version seen from the second half of episode 23 through to The End of Evangelion.

These different incarnations are commonly referred to as “Re,” “Re II,” e “King III,” after episodes and musical pieces with the same names. In episode 23, the controller that Ritsuko uses to destroy the clones lists numbered clones fromRei 004and upwards.

In The End of Evangelion, a shining figure of Rei is shown for a few frames looking down at Misato and Ritsuko moments before they die. These spectral images also appear over the corpses of the slain Nerv personnel.

As a pilot, Rei’s synchronization ratios are unspecified, but are normally not as high as Asuka’s or Shinji’s. While aspects of Yui Ikari and Kyoko Zeppelin Soryu’s personalities (theirsouls”) are absorbed into Unit 01 and Unit 02 respectively during activation tests, Rei has no known mother and Unit 00 is not known to have been part of any contact experiments, thus raising questions about whose soul is in Unit 00. No official statement has been made regarding this issue by the series’ creatori, but the series hints that the soul is directly related to Rei in some way. During the mutual compatibility experiment in episode 14, Shinji encounters a distorted image of Rei (this image also appears in episode 25, and is identified in the episode’s script, available in the Japanese Renewal DVD set, as Rei I). During the activation test which was depicted in episode 5, Unit 00 struck a window which Gendo was standing behind; in episode 14, it goes out of control in the same fashion and strikes a window which Rei herself is standing behind. After the second incident, Misato questions why Unit 00 went berserk. Ritsuko tells Misato she has no idea, but thinks to herself that she is certain that she was targeted by the Eva.

Attualmente, as far as Evangelion: 1.0 You Are (Non) Da solo goes, Rei has not shown much change from her previous incarnation. The most drastic change is that when Shinji smiles at her after the battle with Ramiel, she does not see a flash of Gendo Ikari. In this version, at least, she is genuinely smiling at Shinji. In Rebuild 2.0 her character begins to develop further and her relationship with Shinji is shown much more openly than in the original series. She attempts to host a dinner party for her fellow pilots and is shown to work very hard while preparing the food. During the climax she is devoured along with Unit-00 by Zeruel. quando l'unità-01 goes berserk, Shinji is shown forcing his way into the angel and pulling her out and the two embrace each other. At the end of the film, they are both trapped within Unit-01. In the preview of at the end of Evangelion 2.22, There are three child Rei’s and one adult Rei in what appears to be a prison cell alongside Mari. The children appear to have pink eyes as opposed to the red of the older one.

In the manga adaptation, Rei is appears responds to human contact more readily than the anime version. Shinji’s interactions with her are implied as the main reason of her change; by the time of the battle with the Angel Armisael, it is strongly hinted that Rei is in love with Shinji. Shinji reciprocates this affection to some degree, but is unsure of what he feels for Rei and where their relationship is going. In volume 9, he acknowledges that the gap between them has been considerably reduced since they first met; still, he hopes that this gap can be reduced further. Her desire to be recognized as a person, rather than as adoll,” puts her in some awkward, even dangerous situations. A un certo punto, Ritsuko tries to strangle her when she talks back to the doctor.

In the battle against Armisael, when the Angel communicates with Rei, it attempts to make Rei believe that her soul is evil; that she does want Shinji for herself and is angry at Asuka for drawing Shinji’s attention away. Rei denies this though and ,as in the anime, she self-destructs Unit 00 to destroy the Angel. Tuttavia, it’s hinted that thenewRei still has some residual memories as she wonders to herself why she is alive again after returning to her quarters.

In Shinji Ikari Raising Project series, Rei is a distant relative of Shinji’s (dal fianco di Yui della famiglia, in homage to the original). She’s the first person the reader sees as she comes to Tokyo-3.

Qui, she’s portrayed as an intelligent girl (on par with Asuka in the series) and appears of having emotions,as opposed to her original counterpart, smiling a few times and become confused when Shinji becomes flustered after she asks him whether she looked good in a swimsuit. She even laughs in one instance at Shinji and Asuka’s constant bickering and defended herself withIt just seemed amusing”. Tuttavia, due to her unhappy childhood, she’s also somewhat cold to others. In another homage to the series, Shinji again sees her stepping out of the shower naked. This time, però, she gave the boy a cold smile before adding a tight slap which sent him to the floor.

Dopo, her relationship with Shinji gradually warmed, which Asuka felt was athreatof sorts. Interestingly, she even invited the boy to shop for a swimsuit with her (for a beach outing), much to his embarrassment and even blushes slightly at the idea of him massaging oil onto her at the beach. She’s also the first person shown in this series to wear a plug-suit.

In Angelic Days, Rei is a transfer student to Shinji’s school. Her personality is notably very different from her incarnations in the anime, Sadamoto’s adaption, e Shinji Ikari Raising Progetto, and mirrors the one she has in Girlfriend of Steel 2 and the alternate reality from the final episode of the original series. She is an easily excitable extrovert, but socially inept and unaware of everyday social conventions. She takes a liking to Shinji and confides her feelings in Asuka.

Another version of Rei, while still distant, seems more expressive than other versions. She is a student at Shinji’s school and is apparently his love interest. She leads a secret life, working as aShamash Guardianfor a group hidden in the school and dedicated to fighting against Angels. Rei wields the Lance of Longinus in combat. She has shown more emotion than most other versions of the character, such as shock at the discovery of Shinji’s powers and boredom while reading a textbook. She is known in her class as being attractive but gloomy, and is also apparently very eccentric. She is very fond of a horse’s head mask she had to wear for a Christmas pageant and was quite happy (in contrast to her usual personality) when she was allowed to keep it. She gets along with Asuka much better than in other versions, the latter part of Angelic Days notwithstanding.

In Petit Eva: Evangelion@School, three different versions of Rei exist, and all live together as sisters. The three Rei sisters use a different numbering system. Rei I is the ‘normal’ King, shown in her standard school uniform. Rei II is the ‘alternate reality’ King, from Shinji’s imagined world where Rei was a normal girl, shown in a different school uniform. Rei III is the ‘child’ King, basically the first Rei from the normal Evangelion universe prior to her death, who carries various toys and dolls. Rei I’s personality is fairly distant, but responds more readily to everyone, especially Shinji. Rei II’s personality is very excitable. Rei III is child-like, and cries when she does not get her way or is bullied.

Like many of Evangelion‘s characters, Ayanami’s surname comes from a Japanese WWII naval vessel, the Fubuki class destroyer Ayanami. The exact meaning of the name is intentionally unclear, but is supposedly a reference to the Sailor Moon character Rei Hino. It is also notable that the Japanese wordreican meanzero” () , as well asspirit/ghost” (),”cool/cold” (), o “actor”.

Frenchy Lunning has described Rei as being Shinji’s anima. Rei Ayanami’s success as a character, according to Hiroki Azuma, became a catalyst in the anime industry to shift away from storytelling and towards depicting characters with moe-inspiring traits. As Rei became a more prominent character among fans, shechanged the rulesgoverning what people regarded as moe-inspiring. The industry then created many characters which share her traits of pale skin, shortish bluish hair and aquiet personality”. Azuma regards Ruri Hoshino of Martian Successor Nadesico as being directly influenced by Rei. IGN ranked Rei 10th inTop 25 Anime Characters of All Timewith writer Chris Mackenzie noting Rei to be one of the most influential character in anime series, but he still commented that she was different from similar characters sinceShe’s a mystery we never really solve, when you think about it.She had the same place in Mania Entertainment’s 10 Iconic Anime Heroines written by Thomas Zoth who commented on the large number of merchandising based on her and that she startedthe moe boom in anime.In the surveyfriendshipdeveloped by rankingjapan.com in which people had to choose what anime character they would like to have as a friend, Rei ranked 9th. While reviewing the films Rebuild of Evangelion, writers from Anime News Network commented on Rei; while in the first title, Carlo Santos criticized that Rei’s personality is the same as the one from the TV series, Justin Sevakis praised Rei’s response to Shinji’s kindness.

Sadamoto’s design of the three female leads created extremely high sales of merchandise. Figurines of a bandaged Reiwere the most popular, outselling all else”. Due to her popularity driving sales of merchandise, Rei was called thePremium Girlby the media.

*bio è cortesia del Wiki Eva Portal

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