Kakeru Satsuki
By Daisuke Ono
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Kakeru Satsuki

Kakeru Satsuki is the main protagonist of the series, and he carries a lot of baggage. Not only was he and his older sister orphaned at a young age, but seven years ago said sister committed suicide. Ever since then his life has been nothing but emptiness, though his schoolmates do their best to fill the void in his life. To combat the darkness of the Red Night Kakeru bears the eye of Aeon, which gives him the power of precognition as well as the powers of its previous bearers. Because of this gift (or curse), he and his allies are targeted by the Black Knights, thus beginning our party’s quest for survival in the Red Night.

Extended Information

11eyes: Tsumi to Batsu to Aganai no Shōjo (11eyes -罪と罰と贖いの少女-?, lit. 11eyes: Sin, Damnation, and the Atonement Girl) is an adult visual novel developed and published by Lass first released on April 25, 2008 for a Microsoft Windows PC as a DVD; 11 eyes is Lass' fourth game. A port playable on the Xbox 360 entitled 11eyes CrossOver was released on April 2, 2009 published by 5pb.. A manga adaptation illustrated by Naoto Ayano began serialization in the October 2009 issue of Kadokawa Shoten's Comp Ace magazine. An anime adaptation produced by Dogakobo and directed by Masami Shimoda will begin airing in Japan on October 7, 2009.

They don't appear in anime.

The original 11eyes visual novel has three pieces of theme music; one opening theme, one ending theme, and one insert song. The opening theme is "Lunatic Tears..." by Ayane, the ending theme is "Kegare Naki Yume" (穢れ亡き夢?) by Asriel, and the insert song is "Bōkyaku no Tsurugi" (忘却の剣?) by Ayane. 11eyes CrossOver has one opening theme, "Endless Tears..." by Ayane, and one ending theme, "Tsuioku no Chikai" (追憶の誓い?) by Asriel. The anime series' opening theme is "Arrival of Tears" by Ayane, and the ending theme is "Sequentia" by Asriel.

Source: Wikipedia