There is any actual fantasy or its all game gimmicks again?
Japan wasn't never prolific with classic fantasy anyway, even back in the day when there were lot of ova most of them weren't really about high fantasy but "postapocalyptic worlds" the same way they use now highschools and games.
I have a question regarding Orphen.
Do those two little shits ever leave? Because they kill the show whenever I try to pick it up. They're annoying, they're not funny, and they're just there to create artificial drama by fucking everything up and causing unnecessary problems.
The two dwarf things. Apparently they're literally trolls. How appropriate.
Shame, I wanted to like the show otherwise but holy shit do they drag it down. Thanks for answering, I didn't like my chances but I had to know. Do they become at least more tolerable or do they remain just as obnoxious the whole way through?
A shame, but that's what Youtube and raws are for.
Now I make the painful decision of whether to watch as much of the subs as possible then transition, or stick with the dub the whole way.
It was fucking weird to find out that the third OP is a successful pop song by an Australian singer I've heard on the radio a ton down here.
>It was fucking weird to find out that the third OP is a successful pop song by an Australian singer I've heard on the radio a ton down here.
This whole anime is already weird. I mean, what the fuck? Giving an adaptation, a 65-episode adaptation of some random Australian middle grade fantasy series?
It's one of the oddest adaptations out there, but I'm glad it exists.
It's just a shame that the anime art style isn't nearly as hardcore as the original monster designs.
I mean look at this shit, here's Thaegan's children from the Book of Monsters.
The Wenn are a decidedly odd creature.
Say what you will about the series itself, but there was a surprising amount of world building that went on.
Whew, pretty hardcore indeed.
Oh yeah, I'm reading the Three Doors trilogy right now and I assume it takes place in the same world as Deltora, only in a different island/continent, right?
Yes, it's set some unspecified time after the Deltora books, less than a hundred years afterwards by the sound of it. Never knew about those books, guess they came out after my time.
Anyone here actually watched that? It aired on TV where I live, but whenever I caught a random episode, it always gave the impression of being all buildup and little payoff.
Has anybody here watched Eden's Bowy? I tried a few episodes and it seemed alright, but the fact that every fight was a non-fight series of stills put me off quickly. If that stopped I'd be willing to give it another show since it didn't seem bad.