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Fortune Quest L


Alternative Titles

English: Fortune Quest
Japanese: フォーチュン·クエストL

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 26
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 18, 1997 to May 23, 1998
Premiered: Fall 1997
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: E&G Films
Licensors: Media Blasters
Studios: None found, add some
Source: Manga
Duration: 25 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 6.661 (scored by 236 users)
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Ranked: #46752
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Popularity: #7217
Members: 843
Favorites: 0
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Episodes: /26

Synopsis

Our story is set in another world, parallel to ours. We meet Pastel, an orphan girl, 18 years old, who lives with a group of adventurers in a small house. Pastel works as a writer and also a "mapper", charting towns, the countryside, rivers and mountains with sketches and illustrations.

She is highly respected by her friends as her intelligence and honesty are extraordinary. Living in the house with Pastel, we meet Clay, a young swordsman; Trapp, the son of a bandit chieftain; Kitton, literally a working dictionary and a descendant of the Family Kittons; Knoll, a big guy a with tender heart; Whitey, a baby dragon; and Rumy, an infant sorcerer of the tribe "Elf." Together this odd group become involved in many mysterious adventures from treasure hunting, to searching for a missing person, to challenging a riddle, to many more unexpected quests.

(Source: Enoki Films USA)

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Characters & Voice Actors

Shiro
Shiro
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Kasai, Ritsuko
Japanese
Kasai, Ritsuko
S. Anderson, Clay
S. Anderson, Clay
Main
Morikawa, Toshiyuki
Japanese
Morikawa, Toshiyuki
Rumy
Rumy
Main
Ishimura, Tomoko
Japanese
Ishimura, Tomoko
Knoll
Knoll
Main
Onishi, Takeharu
Japanese
Onishi, Takeharu

Staff

Watanabe, Takashi
Watanabe, Takashi
Director
Satou, Hidekazu
Satou, Hidekazu
Director
Sirabella, John
Sirabella, John
Executive Producer
Nakahara, Eitou
Nakahara, Eitou
Art Director


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"Hoshi no Koe (星の声)" by Sus4




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kitphiroth
Feb 8, 2011
At this point in time, this anime is one for gamers with silly jokes that mostly gamers would find funny. There isn't a whole lot to say about this anime because it was never subbed and there is only 5 english dubbed episodes or subbed, whatever. It's a decent anime, but be warned that finding it is not only difficult but it seems to be only in Japanese and I have yet to find it subtitled and I do not speak it.

So, I'd steer clear unless you know japanese. The animation is good and the characters seemed fun, but it was read more
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keronyam
May 13, 2012
I've watched this during the late 90's and I have to say it's very decent to watch this nowadays if you're looking for a feel-good anime that is focused mainly on adventure and magic. I have a few ups and downs about the series.

On the positive note, it has good character development as each adventure gives us a background of at least one of the main characters. Each character is far different from one another and I have personally enjoyed how they compromise and blend in with one another.

I cannot say that the art is great, but for an anime that was released read more
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why not fully subbed?
gknight - Oct 12, 2013
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