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Toy Dream 35 is one of the cities revived by the Toy Dream Company.[1]

PrinciplesEdit

Formerly known as Natsumi City, this International Revived City (国際再生都市 Kokusai Saisei Toshi) was revived into a giant profitable amusement park located near the ocean. With the exception of the harbor, the point of entrance of the materials used by the city,[2] Toy Dream 35 is covered in decorative lights, projectors, laser shows and fireworks even through the night. Besides the numerous amusement rides, all kinds of entertainment have been developed across national borders in international revived cities, including casinos with bunny girls, strange costumed characters and AR survival games.[3]

The city is filled with giant bridges, creating a multilevel structure.[4] Toy Dream 35 has a vast network of staff-only pathways used to quickly transport supplies, trash, and famous people who might cause a scene if they were in the public eye. Some are undersea tunnels, some run through the giant land bridges.[5] The tunnels were constructed using Repliglass technology.[6] Other important places in the city are the power plant made with a large Repliglass core[7] and the Repliglass bacteria pool used to purify water.[8]

Population and StatisticsEdit

The city has about two hundred thousand residents and an estimated fifteen million tourists. About nine thousand tons of trash are produced and five thousand forty-foot containers of goods and materials are shipped in every day. Including part-time and full-time workers, the staff is made up of approximately twenty thousand people, and the staff-only pathways cover a distance of more than three million kilometers in total.[6]

BlocksEdit

With the central square at the center, Toy Dream 35 is divided up like a pizza to create twenty-six blocks labeled from A to Z. Each block has an unique concept and is named after the first letter of an English word describing that concept. However, it's not widely known what those words are, so even the residents tend not to know about any of the blocks outside the one they live in.[4]

  • A Block: The A of A Block stands for Airport. The Block is a giant square with three kilometer sides. One hundred pillars placed at even intervals support the world’s only midair airport at a height of 250 meters. The runways need as much of that limited space as possible, so other than the terminals, the buildings holding cafes, restaurants, duty free shops, and other businesses hang down below the structure.[9] Because of all the foreigners coming from the airport or people who were waiting for a cancelation that never came, A Block has everything from super luxury three start hotels to super cheap capsule hotels.[10]
  • C Block: C Block has been constructed as a film set for the kung fu movies distributed by the Toy Dream Company. In other words, it's the unrealistic image of China that Westerners picture in their heads. Lu Niang-Lan's used goods store is located in this area.[11] There's also a Chinese restaurant run by Illegal.[12]
  • D Block: Mentioned by Aika as one of the places the Rainy Girl had appeared.[13] D Block held a Government's Anthill, though it was destroyed by Biondetta Shiroyama and Kuina Murasame.[14]
  • G Block: G Block contains a monorail station and a large plaza.[5]
  • M Block: M Block has a student apartment, where Ryouko Umie lives.[15]
  • P Block: P Block contains a lot of parks and sports fields. The rooftops in this block are proactively covered in greenery.[16]
  • R Block: R Block is an artificial land built over the ocean. The three hundred meter square of land is supported by about forty pillars, with several giant bridges above and below it. The one open side of the three-sided square leads to the edge of the float. The block includes the city's harbor[4] and the high school that Kyousuke Shiroyama and other students attend to in weekdays.[17]
  • S Block: Contains a French restaurant where Ryouko Umie works.[18] Also mentioned by Aika as one of the places the Rainy Girl had appeared.[13]
  • Z Block: Z Block contains a zoo.[19]

ReferencesEdit

  1. Mitou Shoukan://Blood Sign Volume 01 Opening X-01
  2. Mitou Shoukan://Blood Sign Volume 01 Opening X-02
  3. Mitou Shoukan://Blood Sign Volume 01 Stage 1 Part 2
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Mitou Shoukan://Blood Sign Volume 01 Stage 1 Part 4
  5. 5.0 5.1 Mitou Shoukan://Blood Sign Volume 01 Stage 2 Part 11
  6. 6.0 6.1 Mitou Shoukan://Blood Sign Volume 01 Stage 3 Part 8
  7. Mitou Shoukan://Blood Sign Volume 01 Stage 2 Part 1
  8. Mitou Shoukan://Blood Sign Volume 01 Stage 2 Part 10
  9. Mitou Shoukan://Blood Sign Volume 02 Opening X-02
  10. Mitou Shoukan://Blood Sign Volume 02 Opening X-01
  11. Mitou Shoukan://Blood Sign Volume 01 Stage 2 Part 6
  12. Mitou Shoukan://Blood Sign Volume 03 Stage 2 Part 4
  13. 13.0 13.1 Mitou Shoukan://Blood Sign Volume 02 Stage 2 Part 9
  14. Mitou Shoukan://Blood Sign Volume 03 Stage 2 Part 3
  15. Mitou Shoukan://Blood Sign Volume 02 Stage 2 Part 3
  16. Mitou Shoukan://Blood Sign Volume 03 Stage 3 Part 4
  17. Mitou Shoukan://Blood Sign Volume 01 Stage 2 Part 2
  18. Mitou Shoukan://Blood Sign Volume 02 Stage 1 Part 8
  19. Mitou Shoukan://Blood Sign Volume 01 Stage 2 Part 7

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