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Jewelpet Attack Chance!? (ジュエルペット~あたっくちゃんす!?~?) is an original net animation spin-off miniseries produced by AIC, created by Mako Morie, based on the Jewelpet franchise created by Sanrio and Sega Toys. The series started streaming on Sega Toys YouTube channel and in Jewel Pod and Jewel Pad devices on February 18, 2016.

Attack Chance!? features Ruby and Labra as the starring Jewelpets along with their human partner named Ruri. The series uses Flash animation and the episodes are about 5 minutes long.

Characters

Main

  • Ruby - A laid-back white Japanese hare who has a big appetite for food.
  • Labra - Although she may be a sweet polar bear cub, she is very determined and serious to get things done. Her biggest focus of all is to get the Jewelpet franchise back into the anime industry.
  • Ruri - A young human girl who is a big fan of Jewelpet. She is also the human partner of Ruby and Labra. Ruri is kind and tries to support in any way she can, but sometimes she can lose track of things.

Secondary

  • Sapphie - A smart and kind Cavalier King Charles Spaniel dog. She is good friends with Ruby and Labra for a long time and is happy to assist them on helping Jewelpet get back on air.

Episode List

No. Title/Description Air Date
1 Attack 1! Feb 18, 2016
In the series premiere, Labra tries to come up with a plan to bring Jewelpet back to the anime industry; while Ruby becomes fat from eating too much food.
2 Attack 2! Apr 12, 2016
The gang tries out some transforming potions invented by Sapphie as part of their anime comeback plan.
3 Attack 3! May 30, 2016
The gang gets a job for a shopping channel.

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Videos

Episode Gallery

Miscellaneous

Trivia

  • This is the first incarnation of the Jewelpet anime franchise to use Flash animation instead of being traditionally drawn.
  • The spin-off is based on the style drawn by Mako Morie, the same drawer of the manga of Jewelpet and Jewelpet Twinkle☆, also the artist of the Jewelpet anime series' manga on the Japanese monthly children's magazine Pucchigumi.

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