Anonymous;Code details Bambi Kurashina, Cyber Force Doll idol unit

Meet the government idol cybercrime unit.

This week’s Anonymous;Code update introduces the Chiyomaru Studio-developed visual novel game’s Cyber Force Doll idol unit and center idol Bambi Kurashina. If you missed it, publisher 5pb. previously introduced us to Team Azoth and the Graper, The Ghost and the Brain-machine Interface, and characters Pollon, Momo, and Cross, and The Arecibo Message.

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Bambi Kurashina


Center idol of the “Cyber Force Doll” idol unit, which acts as poster girls for the Metropolitan Police Department’s Cyber Response Division’s Cyber Response Office. Bambi is persistent, albeit a little clumsy, and loves to sing. She is an energetic girl who puts her all into everything that she does.

Cyber Force Doll


A three-person idol unit that acts as poster girls for the Metropolitan Police Department’s Cyber Response Division’s Cyber Response Office. While cracking down on cyber crime as police officers, they also work hard holding events in various places like Nakano New Sun Plaza. As might be expected, as government idols they lacked a certain something and were not quite as popular as they had hoped.

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