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I wanted to watch Chaos;Child, but I heard I needed to watch Chaos;Head, which is a prequel, first. Is this true?

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Child is a sequel, I haven't watched all episodes (yet) from the second season of Chaos, but by skipping Head you'd miss out on a lot information that happened during certain events. Those events and the way they happened as well as the thoughts behind them will definitely make Child easier to understand. And yes it is pretty boring the first few episodes but it is a nice complex plot-twist compared to your average anime.

  • Do you have any sources for this? – Makoto Mar 17 '17 at 17:05
  • Here you go. As a second source I use my knowledge from watching season 1 and a few episodes from season 2. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chaos;Child – Ravi Bechoe Mar 17 '17 at 17:11
  • Seems correct to me, thanks for the wiki link. I upvoted you always provide references where you can in answers – Callat Mar 18 '17 at 21:51
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Both shows are quite confusing at first. Chaos Child is six years later after Chaos Head. The NewGen events in Head has connection to Child as well as about turning delusions to reality. The characters from Head will have no role in Child so don't wonder where they are. They would have very likely have left the city and went to live somewhere else since it was six years.

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