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you can find it here: Spooky Hallowen Of Doom: Amigara. The Enigma of Amigara Fault is a horror Manga. Is this answer still relevant and up to date?. History The Amigara Fault is formed after a great earthquake and becomes a place from the infamous short horror manga known as the Enigma of Amigara Fault. a (presumably) past life flash-back dating to cave-man times, each nightmare the horror tale developed an online meme in the form of "This is my hole" as. Gyo (ギョ, "Fish"), fully titled Gyo Ugomeku Bukimi in Japan, is a horror seinen manga written The work also includes a pair of bonus stories, titled "The Sad Tale of the Principal Post" and "The Enigma of Amigara Fault". Tadashi, a young man, and his girlfriend Kaori arrive on the island to enjoy a scuba-diving vacation.
A rescue squad is dispatched, but it has to retreat after getting no more than five meters inside the hole. While camping at the fault overnight, Owaki has a nightmare in which he is Nakagaki, trapped deep inside the mountain and unable to move because the hole has been deformed by the earthquake.
When Owaki awakes, Nakagaki still hasn't been found, but Yoshida tells him that she has found her own hole at the foot of the mountain. Despite Owaki's continued skepticism, she insists that it was made for her thousands of years ago, and when she goes inside, she will be trapped just like Nakagaki. Suddenly, a commotion erupts In front of a news crew reporting on Nakagaki's disappearance: He shouts "This is my hole! It was made for me!WARNING: YOU MAY NEVER TAKE A BATH AGAIN - Reading Creepy Stories
Some other people present at the site then begin climbing into "their" holes as Yoshida says that hers is calling to her and beckoning her inside. Growing increasingly hysterical, she admits that she is afraid that she'll die in there, but feels she has no choice but to go. Owaki blocks up the hole with rocks in an effort to reassure her. That night, they share a tent because Yoshida is too scared to sleep on her own.
Owaki comforts her and she tells him how lonely she is. He says that her loneliness made her become attached to the idea of the hole, but now he'll protect her.
That night, Owaki has another dream; he is a criminal in the ancient past who has committed a horrific crime. His sentence is to enter a hole in the mountain that was dug out specifically for him, carved in such a way that made it impossible to move anywhere but forward. As he walked through it, his limbs and neck were torturously stretched and distorted, far beyond any normal humans; somehow, he remained alive and in agony.
Owaki wakes to find that Yoshida has unblocked her hole and disappeared into it. As he sits mournfully by the mountain, his flashlight falls from his hands and rolls away; to his horror, it reveals his own hole nearby. He is compelled to take his clothes off and go inside. Several months later, the scientists are informed of another fault on the other side of the mountain. There are more holes there, but they've been deformed by the quake, being elongated and curved randomly.
One worker decides to examine one of the holes and shines his flashlight inside. However, enemy aircraft sunk the ship carrying the prototypes for the walking machines. Infected by the gas, Kaori becomes depressed by her appearance and attempts to commit suicide. Tadashi takes her to Koyanagi in an effort to save her but plunges into a canal where he passes out after being injured by thousands of small walking fish.
Awakening one month later, he discovers that Koyanagi has placed her into a custom-built walking machine. Upon switching the machine on, Koyanagi is mortally wounded by Kaori, who quickly escapes. Searching for her, Tadashi notices that most of the walking fish have decayed, and that the walking machines are now carrying infected citizens instead.
Tadashi encounters Kaori and rescues her from one of the acts at the circus and takes her to Koyanagi's Lab. There Koyanagi's assistant, Ms. Yoshiyama, reveals that Koyanagi has died from his wounds. When she attempts to remove the walking machine from Kaori, Koyanagi appears, now mutated by the infection and attached to a modified walking machine that allows him to fly.
Kaori notices Tadashi and Ms. Yoshiyama together and attempts to attack her.
During the uproar, Koyanagi manages to capture Ms. Yoshiyama and fly away. Large groups of walking machines attack Kaori, and Tadashi becomes lost in his attempt to save her. He continues to search for her, when he notices the circus troupe attack Koyanagi's flying machine, which quickly escapes.
The Enigma of Amigara Fault
He joins the students in their research to defeat the virus and save humanity. As they walk together, he encounters Kaori's burnt remains and remarks that she is free from the smell. A young man who enjoys scuba diving. He has a girlfriend named Kaori and an uncle named Koyanagi. At the end he joins a group of university students, who happen to be immune from the death-stench, to create a vaccine to defeat the disease. In the OVA version, instead of Kaori, Tadashi becomes infected and is attached to a custom made walking machine by Koyanagi.
The machine later turns against Koyanagi and kills him before escaping.
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She has an extremely sensitive nose and becomes very jealous when Tadashi is near other women. Due to her overly sensitive nose, she seems to be able to smell the creatures when they are nearby.
However, she is later infected, causing her body to swell up and forces the gas with the "death stench" out of her body.
Because of this, she began to think she was disgusting, that Tadashi wouldn't love her if she wasn't beautiful. This, along with the horrible stench, made her attempt to commit suicide. Tadashi then immediately carries her to his uncle Koyanagi's lab for aid, however Koyanagi rigs her up to a custom walking machine and ultimately, she becomes like the walking dead creatures, except with a will of her own.
As a walking machine, she is eventually destroyed by a horde of other walking machines that deem the custom walker to be a threat to their survival.
She also possesses the unexplained immunity to the infected creatures' poisons instead of Tadashi. Tadashi's uncle and an inventor. He discovers it was his father who died of a heart attack in a factory during a hot summer. While dissecting the fish, the legs then clamp onto his arm. He cuts off his arm to prevent the infection from spreading to the rest of his body. He is fascinated by the machine, not caring that he lost an arm to it.
He then creates his own version of the walking machine and puts the infected Kaori onto it. He is mortally wounded when he is stabbed by Kaori's walking machine. He then goes to Lab 2 where his father originally died and places himself onto another walking machine that is able to fly. When he notices Tadashi and Ms.
Yoshiyama interacting, he attacks them both and captures her. In the OVA version, Koyanagi is shown as an antagonist who went insane and connected an infected Tadashi to the custom Walker. Assistant of Doctor Koyanagi, who cares for him and Tadashi.
When she was seen with Tadashi by Kaori, Kaori tried to attack her. Yoshiyama then ran outside where she was captured by the Mechanical Koyanagi. She does not appear in the OVA adaptation. A circus troupe who establish themselves in Tokyo following the growing death stench pandemic. While most of the troupe and its animals have been infected by the disease, the seemingly immune ringmaster uses the infected and their walking machines to perform acrobatic shows, and appears to have gone insane as a result of learning of the Death Stench's true nature.
Shortly after Koyanagi's flying machine is activated, the Citrous Circus attempts to use a cannon to bring down the machine, but to no avail.
Introduced at the very end of the story, Tadashi met them after the Citrous Circus attempted to attack Doctor Koyanagi's flying machine.
After explaining their immunity, it is revealed by the group that the virus responsible for the Death Stench is constructing walking machines from iron-rich shipwrecks, and that they are researching a vaccine that could be capable of stopping the growing pandemic. Tadashi chooses to join the students following this discovery. Follows Kaori just to get to the location of doctor Koyanagi to get his research data. Got infected at the end of the anime before sending Kaori away to a group of survivors.
Friend of Kaori, appears only in the OVA adaption.