Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 8, 2003 to Oct 7, 2003
Premiered: Spring 2003
Broadcast: Tuesdays at 18:00 (JST)
Producers: Kadokawa Shoten, A-Line
Licensors: Funimation, Bandai Entertainment
Source: Light novel
Genres: Adventure, Comedy, Drama, Fantasy, Mecha, Sci-Fi, Shounen
Duration: 23 min per ep
Rating: PG-13 – Teens 13 or older
Type: BD, Dual Audio
Characters & Voice Actors
ED1: “Daichi no la-li-la” by Yoko Ueno and Masumi Itou
02: March of the Half-Baked Knight
03: Fanfare for the Unforgiven Man
04: Concerto of Meetings and Partings
05: Lullaby of the Troubadour
06: The Pied Piper Song of the Knights
07: Waltz of the Abandoned Dog of a Girl
08: Nocturne of Bonds and Prayers
09: Requiem for the Heretics
10: Serenade of the False Princess
11: Rhapsody of the Beast Princess
12: Battle Hymn of the Two Princesses
13: Distant Ricordanza
14: Lost Quintet
15: Opera of Powers and Plots
16: Duet by the Riverside
17: A Chanson for Fleeting Moments
18: Back Alley Elegy
19: Aria of a Mother’s Sorrow
20: Prelude to the Divinely-Ordered Collapse
21: The Passion of the Lonely God
22: A Rondo that Transcends Time
23: Oratorio of the Mortals
24: Symphony of the Protectors
The anime equivalent to that retro RPG your cousin never shuts up about, but when you play it, you find it to be meh.
A fantasy/mecha series with an absolutely delightful cast that loses itself in abhorrently lazy writing and boring, weightless combat.
Scrap this one.
One of the most late 90s early 2000s things I’ve ever watched.
Barely intelligible, deliberately odd, and a blast of a show.
A fun adventure series with plenty of action. Good for people coming off shows like FMA.
I love the trope “Magic is just a technology/science we don’t understand.” Did some things I did NOT expect.
Promising storyline, poor execution. Enjoyed it at first but became boring as you delve in deeper through the series. Still fascinating tho