lit. "Fight, One Shot! Charger Girls!"an anime television series of the same name that aired on the AT-X network in Japan from June 25 to September 10, 2009. It features anthropomorphized characters representing aspects of charging electrical equipment. This series contains some explicit fanservice, including omorashi (panty wetting). An edited version of the series was released on Crunchyroll under the title of Charger Girl, Ju-den Chan.From a planet called "Life Core", which exists parallel to the normal human world, females known as "Jūden-chan" (charger girls) are patrolling the human world in search for individuals who feel depressed and unlucky. Their job is to charge these people up with the help of electricity in order to improve their mental states. While normally unseen by human eyes, one of these Jūden-chan, Plug Cryostat, accidentally meets a young man who is able to see her, because she was targeting his father (his sister in the anime). This series revolves around the various antics between the main characters and the quest for this Jūden-chan to improve herself. Characters Edit
Jūden-chan Edit
Jūden-chan (aka Charger Girls), are people from a parallel world whose jobs at the Neodym company are to monitor the levels of depression in people. They are generally not seen or heard by humans, and are equipped with technology that allows them to phase through objects too. The people they monitor are ranked A through F based on their depression levels, with A being near suicidal. When a target ranked C or higher is spotted, the jūden-chan pulls a giant plug from a nearby electrical source and charges them with positive energy.

Plug Cryostat (ぷらぐ・クライオスタット Puragu Kuraiosutatto)
Voiced by: Kaori Fukuhara (Japanese); Brittany Lauda (English)[2]
She is a "Jūden-chan": someone from a world that is parallel to our own, capable of recharging people who are depressed or unlucky. She is however not very good at it and is a bit of an airhead. Because she has the abilit