lit. Lime-Colored Exotic War Story) is a game series developed and published by ELF Corporation. The story was adapted to a 13-episode anime that aired in Japan between January 5, 2003 and March 30, 2003It has two sequels: a second season Lime-Iro Ryukitan X; and a 2 episode OVA Lime-Iro Senkitan: The South Island Dream Romantic Adventure.

Development and release history Edit
The original game was released for PC on 13 December 2002.

A PlayStation 2 version titled Lime-Iro Senkitan Jun (らいむいろ戦奇譚☆純) was announced on 21 July 2003 at the Tokyo Character Show[1] and was published 25 March 2004.[2]

Story Edit
The story takes place in 1904 (37th year of the Meiji Era) during the Russo-Japanese War in which former Japanese diplomat, Shintaro Umakai, becomes the teacher of a secret group of teenage girls, the Lime Unit, who are based on the flying battleship Amanohara. The girl's Konjiki (supernatural powers) enables them to operate unmanned mecha named Lime against Russian Lime units led by Grigori Rasputin who often attack the Amanohara while it is travelling towards Port Arthur for the final battle.

Characters Edit
Main characters Edit
Shintaro Umakai
Voiced by: Shin-ichiro Miki
A former Japanese diplomat for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to Russia. He received his degree in teaching in Sapporo, Hokkaidō which led him to being hired as teacher for the Lime Unit. His leaving of Russia caused his former fiancée, Sophia, to join with the Russian Spiritual Corps. Early on, and after the death of Lt. Commander Date, he became the commander of the Lime Unit, even though he is a civilian.

Lime Unit Edit
Momen Sanada
Voiced by: Ai Shimizu
A young girl who comes from a poor family, she leaves home to find work in a nearby city, where she often gets fired or scolded due to her clumsiness, because of it she always has apprehensions of being fired whenever she does something wrong. She later ends up joining the Lime Unit instead. Momen calls Shintaro brother because of his si