ID Invaded is set in a future where a new technology called the Mizuhanome System has been developed. This system allows detectives to enter the unconscious minds of criminals in order to solve their cases. The protagonist of the story is Akihito Narihisago, a former detective who is now imprisoned for killing the man who murdered his daughter.
He is recruited by the Kura, a special police unit that uses the Mizuhanome System, to help them solve cases.
- Narihisago is known as “Sakaido” inside the id wells, the virtual world that represents the unconscious mind of a criminal. He is assisted by Tohru, a young woman who is also a skilled Mizuhanome pilot.
- Together, they investigate a series of murders that are linked to a mysterious figure known as John Walker. Walker is a serial killer who is able to manipulate the id wells, making it difficult for Sakaido to catch him.
How do the id wells work in ID Invaded?
The id wells in ID: Invaded is a virtual world that represents the unconscious mind of a criminal. They are created by the Mizuhanome System, a technology that uses cognition particles to scan and reconstruct the subconscious mind of a criminal. The id wells are a complex and ever-changing world. They are filled with symbols and imagery that represent the criminal’s thoughts, memories, and emotions. The id wells can be dangerous and unpredictable, and they can be difficult to navigate.
How are storms created in the ID well?
The storms in the id well are created by the subconscious mind of the criminal. They are a manifestation of the chaos and turmoil that is brewing inside the criminal’s mind. The storms are also a way for the criminals to protect themselves from the Mizuhanome pilot. The storms can make it difficult for the pilot to navigate the ID well and to find the clues they need to solve the case.
The storms are also a way for the criminal to communicate with the pilot. The storms can send messages to the pilot, revealing the criminal’s thoughts and motives. The exact mechanism of how storms are created in the id well is not fully understood. However, it is believed that they are caused by the subconscious mind’s attempt to suppress or deny its own dark thoughts and desires.
When the criminal Tamotsu Fukuda is being investigated by the Mizuhanome pilot Akihito Narihisago, he tries to hide his guilt and his true identity from Narihisago. He does this by creating a storm in the id well. The storm is so powerful that it knocks Narihisago unconscious. The storm is a manifestation of Fukuda’s subconscious mind. It is a way for him to suppress his guilt and to protect himself from Narihisago.
The storms are a powerful force in the ID well, and they can be used by both the criminal and the Mizuhanome pilot. They are a reminder that the subconscious mind is a powerful and complex force that can be used for good or evil. Watch the anime here to understand the storms better and see how they work.