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Lodoss-tou Senki: Eiyuu Kishi Den


Alternative Titles

English: Record of Lodoss War: Chronicles of the Heroic Knight
Synonyms: Record of Lodoss War TV
Japanese: ロードス島戦記 英雄騎士伝

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 27
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 1, 1998 to Sep 30, 1998
Premiered: Spring 1998
Broadcast: Unknown
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: AIC
Source: Novel
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

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Score: 7.261 (scored by 6,620 users)
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Ranked: #24082
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Popularity: #2193
Members: 15,305
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Episodes: /27

Synopsis

Five years after the death of the Emperor of Marmo in the War of Heroes, Parn is now the Free Knight of Lodoss, he and his old allies now famous through the land. However, the Emperor's right-hand man, Ashram, seeks the scepter of domination to re-unify Lodoss under his former leader's banner. Meanwhile, beyond his attempts at conquest lies a more sinister force beginning to set the stage for the resurrection of the goddess of death and destruction...

(Source: ANN)

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Characters & Voice Actors

Deedlit
Deedlit
Main
Noda, Junko
Japanese
Noda, Junko
Niiyama, Shiho
Japanese
Niiyama, Shiho
...
Parn
Parn
Main
Canna, Nobutoshi
Japanese
Canna, Nobutoshi
Spark
Spark
Main
Nojima, Kenji
Japanese
Nojima, Kenji
Neese
Neese
Main
Sawaguchi, Chie
Japanese
Sawaguchi, Chie

Staff

Nakazawa, Kazuto
Nakazawa, Kazuto
Episode Director, Storyboard, Animation Director
Matsui, Hitoyuki
Matsui, Hitoyuki
Storyboard
Abe, Hiroyuki
Abe, Hiroyuki
Storyboard
Sugishima, Kunihisa
Sugishima, Kunihisa
Storyboard


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"Kiseki no Umi" (Sea of Miracles) by Maaya Sakamoto

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"Hikari no Suashi" by Akino arai



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JTurner
Jun 24, 2008
No, it's not a sequel, but rather a retelling of the events that follow episode eight of the original OVA. Actually, the Lodoss OVA are a somewhat streamlined telling of the novels they were based on. This longer, more drawn-out 27-episode television series hews closer to its source material, but in doing so causes for inconsistencies between the two programs. This has caused a lot of confusion for many viewers, although the booklet contained with the series (and the DVD-ROM bonus extras) do help to explain them. There have been a lot of mixed reactions to Record of Lodoss War: read more
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L-sama
May 10, 2008
Having watched the original Record of Lodoss War, I went into this title with a little bit of apprehension. Sequels have a notorious reputation for being sub par in comparison to their predecessors. Luckily, Chronicles of the Heroic Knight breaks that stereotype in a fairly big and entertaining way.

For some reason, I could not get into the original Lodoss, try as I may. However, Chronicles had me hooked from episode one, despite the fact that the first batch of episodes are basically a rehashed version of the OVA storyline. Fair warning though; don’t get used to seeing Parn and Deedlit in every episode. After the read more
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AnimeRevelation
Jun 3, 2013
When translating something from the written medium to film or animation there can be certain aspects of the story that may be lost in translation. However it is sometimes wise to sacrifice certain things, and to that I will explain further, but first, normally I do not write a review to the series I have watched unless what I watched was so bad that it was worthy of a cautionary summation to future viewers. Now mind you I did not find anything that bad or appalling in this series, but I felt that the viewer ratings didn't reflect the true quality of the series.

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ggultra2764
Mar 21, 2013
Kind of like this one better over the Lodoss War OVA series, biggest reason being the greater amount of character depth and development. The OVA series just breezed by with its plot developments, leaving little time to develop its characters. Here though, many of the characters get fleshing out over their motives and some even grow over the course of the series. Even baddie Ashram gets focus to show that he has honorable reasons for fighting alongside the enemy faction. There are still some characters that were underdeveloped, such as Parn and Deedlit. But the character depth here is of great improvement from the OVA read more
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