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Senjou no Valkyria: Gallian Chronicles

Senjou no Valkyria: Gallian Chronicles

Alternative Titles

English: Valkyria Chronicles
Synonyms: Battlefield Valkyria: Gallian Chronicles
Japanese: 戦場のヴァルキュリア -Gallian Chronicles-


Type: TV
Episodes: 26
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 5, 2009 to Sep 27, 2009
Duration: 24 min. per episode
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
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Popularity: #577
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Valkyria Chronicles is set in a fictitious continent reminiscent of 1930s Europe. The continent, called Europa, is divided into two main powers: The Imperial Empire, a monarchy in the east, and the alliance of democracies called the Federation in the west. In this world, there is a very important resource called ragnite; its uses range from fueling weapons of war to use in medical treatments. Since ragnite is such an important resource, the Federation and the Empire are constantly at war with each other for it.

The story takes place in the neutral country of Gallia, known for its bountiful reserves of ragnite, when the Empire decides to invade and seize the ragnite for themselves. The story follows Welkin, the son of a former war hero; Isara, Welkin's Darcsen adoptive sister; and Alicia, a member of the Bruhl town watch, as they fight the Imperials in the ragtag Gallian militia group, Squad 7.

Squad 7 fights to regain their homes and livelihoods with Welkin as the squad leader and commander of the Edelweiss tank; Alicia as a scout; Isara as the pilot of the Edelweiss, and a variety of colorful individuals.

Related Anime

Adaptation: Senjou no Valkyria: Gallian Chronicles
Side story: Senjou no Valkyria: Gallian Chronicles Theater
Alternative setting: Senjou no Valkyria 3: Tagatame no Juusou

Characters & Voice Actors

Gunther, Welkin
Gunther, Welkin
Chiba, Susumu
Chiba, Susumu
Melchiott, Alicia
Melchiott, Alicia
Inoue, Marina
Inoue, Marina
Nakai, Kazuya
Nakai, Kazuya
Fukuyama, Jun
Fukuyama, Jun


Yamamoto, Yasutaka
Nagasaki, Yukio
Sound Director
Ookubo, Tomihiko
Episode Director, Storyboard, Key Animation
Yokote, Michiko
Script, Series Composition

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Dec 1, 2009
Well, well, well, look what we have here? Can anyone say "under-appreciated" and "under-watched"? Those words would probably describe Valkyria Chronicles very well.

At first glance, this anime probably doesn't look like anything special. Originally based on a tactical role-playing game of the same name for the PS3, this anime might look like a couple of things. At first glance, it might just look like a military anime that wants to chock itself full of violence and gunplay. However, this is a serious, serious misconception. Let's get to the review and see why, shall we?

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Jun 3, 2013
Valkyria Chronicles went down in the Guinness Book of World Records as the best strategy-rpg on the PS3 and, having played it, I can't disagree. So when I found this anime (finally) I was pretty revved up.

I looked for this anime a while ago but I could never find it, either because it hadn't been released or I simply didn't look hard enough. The fact that it has been adapted from a game shouldn't bother the ones who have played the game because it's a pretty faithful adaptation. The emphasis has simply shifted slightly, from the more war-oriented action game to a more character-driven story.

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Feb 28, 2010
Valkyria Chronicles

What would make you go to war? Everyone has some line that can't be crossed. Weather it is your home being taken away, your family and friends are in danger, or your lover is also going to war. In “Valkyria Chronicles” a small country is pushed into a war that they most likely will not win. Now the people of that country need to ask themselves that very question.

When the show starts out the thing is a mess. The story was slowly paced and had filler episode thrown in so it took forever to tell anything. Slow pacing I could have dealt with read more
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Nov 18, 2014
Valkyria Chronicles ends up being a bland, predictable anime, full of tired cliches and one dimensional characters. While it's epic setting and relative industry quality art make it seem like it has potential, it ends up becoming more disappointing as it fails to live up to those standards in any other area.

Valkyria uses a fictional historical setting roughly mirroring a World War 2 style conflict, then ends up spoiling the humanity of the story by adding in fantastical ancient powers just waiting to be awoken that trump the actions of any hero, general, or army. It's cast of characters might as well come from one read more
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Both have similar story and characters. they main characters want to stop the war between two sides. The feeling you egt from Valkyria Chronicles is similar to Allison and Lillia. Both very good anime (well Valkyria is good so far)
When i think about these 2 animes at first a fantasy world comes to my mind :) Story always going fast at both of them. And all of our main chars bad at confession as well :)
Both anime are set in fictional world with WWI technology and shows adventures of military unit.
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Technologically the worlds are similar to our history in the begining of 20th century, a lot of action is around military people, however in FMA the military use alcchemy instead of guns to fight ...
Both are alternate realities with a European WWI or WWII kind of feel mixed in with a little super technology. Valkyria Chronicles is a bit more conventional in its relationships whereas Sora no Woto hints at Shoujo-ai (girl/girl love) but never really goes there. Both are beautifully animated.
Extremely dense male lead and a strong female lead who tries to convey their feeling to their respective male leads...o yea both have to do with fighting as well

Opening Theme

#01: "Asu he no KIZUNA" by HIMEKA (eps 1-13)
#02: "KANASHIMI RENSA" by MARIA (eps 14-26)

Ending Theme

#01: "Ano Kaze ni Notte" by pe'zmoku (eps 1-13)
#02: "Hitotsu no Negai" by Inoue Hikari (eps 14-25)
#03: "Brightest Morning" by Hikari Inoue with 7th Squad (ep 26)

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