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Scrapped Princess

Scrapped Princess

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Haiki Oujo
Japanese: スクラップド・プリンセス

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 24
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 8, 2003 to Oct 7, 2003
Duration: 23 min. per episode
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
L represents licensing company

Statistics

Score: 7.561 (scored by 22377 users)
Ranked: #13522
Popularity: #804
Members: 44,771
Favorites: 328
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Popular Tags

adventure comedy drama fantasy

Synopsis

Pacifica Casull is the most feared and hated person by the followers of the God Mauser. Known as the Scrapped Princess, she is the poison that will destroy the world. To avoid being killed by the zealots of Mauser, Pacifica and her adoptive brother and sister leave the village of Manhurin. Her brother, Shannon, is an expert with the sword while Racquel is proficient with magic. At every step of the way, however, someone is constantly trying to kill Pacifica, hoping to somehow avert the catastrophe that is supposed to befall the world on her 16th birthday.

(Source: ANN)

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Related Anime

Adaptation: Scrapped Princess

Characters & Voice Actors

Casull, Pacifica
Casull, Pacifica
Main
Orikasa, Fumiko
Japanese
Orikasa, Fumiko
Casull, Shannon
Casull, Shannon
Main
Miki, Shinichiro
Japanese
Miki, Shinichiro
Casull, Raquel
Casull, Raquel
Main
Ohara, Sayaka
Japanese
Ohara, Sayaka
Fulle
Fulle
Supporting
Konishi, Katsuyuki
Japanese
Konishi, Katsuyuki

Staff

Minami, Masahiko
Producer
Masui, Souichi
Director, Episode Director, 2nd Key Animation
Kikuta, Hiromi
Sound Director
Hashimoto, Masakazu
Episode Director



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Oct 16, 2008
Maur
Overall/Enjoyment:
As you can see, I really liked Scrapped Princess. It's a familiar song played to a different tune. The way it starts off gives the appearance of being slow and uneventful, but it all depends on your point of view. The action is light, and it builds up gradually to some pretty big battles as the story progresses, but what the show may lack in action it makes up for with some really potent drama. In this way it excels beyond the usual sword and sorcery fare. If you prefer the myth and the magic over character dynamics then this may seem dull and ordinary read more
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May 12, 2015
Dai_to
Join the "Scrapped Princess" Pacifica, her wise-cracking brother Shannon, and her sweet, innocent, yet dangerously powerful sister Raquel on their covert journey to find safe haven.

Story: 8/10
While Scrapped Princess has what can be called a traditional story, it takes some very untraditional twists and turns. There is a lot of emotion here as we watch Pacifica buckle under the pressure of having this existence thrust upon her, being hunted down like an animal for reasons she is not even certain of.

Art & Animation: 8/10
Scrapped Princess was animated by Bones, so it goes without saying that it looks beautiful. Though the show is a bit older read more
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Apr 12, 2009
Skadi
Scrapped Princess has been a show sitting on my shelf for quite a while and for some reason I had never gotten around to viewing it. For that I am rather disappointed in myself as it turned out to be a wonderfully entertaining and charming series.

When starting the show you will be treated to what is seemingly your normal medieval era sword and sorcery fantasy adventure. And for the first half of the series that is exactly what you get. The second half in some ways almost feels like a completely separate show as mecha like combat starts to replace your standard read more
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Nov 18, 2006
DarkLaila
Scrapped Princess is a quite interesting genre mix...in the beginning it is a fantasy world which gradually gets a few sf touches. This adds a nice touch to a story which is quite logical (if somewhat predictable) and has a satisfying ending.

The animation is quite average – nothing to complain about…a bit boring at times. Nice character designs even for some of the supporting roles.
Sound – the ending theme caught my interest, nice arrangement, a bit different. The beginning suited the series and the score was fitting too, although nothing that stuck longer.

Now, the characters are one of the strong points of this anime…I somewhat read more
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Recommendations

The plots do differ but they do share elements, a spoiled Princess surviving in the wild with only a few caring guardians and is the target of everyone, fantasy elements, great animation and music. 
The basic premise of an abandoned princess believed to be dead being accompanied by two powerful and strong "siblings" who help said princess is presented in both. Although the personalities of these princesses are quite different from each other they both seem to hold some sort of great power within them. The use of magic and powers is found in both and portrayed in a time similar to the Middle Ages when aristocracy ruled the land. Both girls are the key to changing the current status quo and pose a threat to the stability and preservation of their societies current state. 
reportRecommended by retii - Add to favorites
Both begin in the same atmosphere, the fantasy-medieval world, and head toward a bit sci-fi as the series progresses. The art is somewhat similar and the fights between the characters are also very well drawn. Even though Utawarerumono is packed with girls (a bit of a harem there), it clearly shares the same genre as Scrapped Princess. Fantasy, magic, action and awesome battles, you'll find all in both Utawarerumono and Scrapped Princess. 
Even thought the stage of bote animes are different they still are similair in allot ways, 2 girls that are searched to be killed, friends that protect them, bote in a different time and bote feel kinda the same, great to watch them bote if you like one of them... 
reportRecommended by Lyfa - Add to favorites
The themes of human beings purposefully being limited so that they are primitive are shown in both TV series. There's also a "God" like being in each series. Mecha is surprisingly in both as well. 
Well both start with a majestically child that has been rejected by their parents because of a bad omen or fortune telling. For the sake of everyone the child has to survive and so get protected by some sort of family. 

Opening Theme

"Little Wing" by JAM Project featuring Masami Okui

Ending Theme

"Daichi no la-li-la" by Yoko Ueno and Masumi Itou

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