Reikenzan: Hoshikuzu-tachi no Utage

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Synonyms: Spirit Blade Mountain: Feast of the Stardust, Congqian Youzuo Lingjianshan
Japanese: 霊剣山 星屑たちの宴


Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 9, 2016 to Mar 26, 2016
Premiered: Winter 2016
Broadcast: Saturdays at 00:00 (JST)
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Studio Deen
Source: Light novel
Genres: ComedyComedy, FantasyFantasy
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

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Score: 7.031 (scored by 3782837,828 users)
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Ranked: #46102
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Popularity: #2146
Members: 95,610
Favorites: 192

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-Both animes are chinese -Both stories are about cultivation, martial arts and martial techniques -Both MCs are weak at the start but later become stronger -Both MCs are reincarnated/given second chance in life -Male MCs are geniuses and the others are underestimate them -In both stories the powers levels are divided between stages. 
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Both are: • Funnny/light hearted • Have some action/adventure • Character progression • OP/ super gifted main character • Train to get stronger Reikenzan has a much stronger focus on training and spiritual progress, while The 8th son? Are you kidding me? is more of a traditional isekai anime 
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In both anime the Main Character is OP as hell and a super genius. Both anime have magic, both focus on building an empire. They also both share the desire to stop evil people from controlling/abusing their citizens. Both also have the classic light-hearted Isekai vibe, though Reikenzan isnt an Isekai anime. Other than that Reikenzan has a much stronger focus on training to become better 
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Both are lighthearted with super powerful main characters. They have action and adventure as well. They also both share the "empire building" aspect. Reikenzan isn't Isekai like Demon Lord Retry, and has a stronger focus on the MC training to become better 
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Reikenzan felt like a lower budget Demon Slayer, in a lot of ways. Its does well balancing lightheartedness with action, adventure, and comedy. Similarly, it has a strong focus on the main character training to become better as well as learning from masters. Also, the MC is OP as hell 
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Both main characters are OP as hell and everything works out in their favor. Both anime have magic/supernatural powers. Both have powers that are super unique. Both anime are more light hearted 
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- Both are of chinese origins - Both stories have martial arts - Both male MCs are sometimes clever and sometimes stupid - Both male MCs are hiding their true strength 
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Both anime share a super strong main character who can pretty much do anything with magic. Both have a focus on empire building. Both Main Characters have strong friends that look up to the MC. Both anime are also pretty laid back, but Reikenzan has less adventure and a stronger focus on training to become better 
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If you liked the first arc of Hunter X Hunter then you may like Reikenzan. 
report Recommended by jampix
They both have a simmilar humor. (Comedy, Magic, Fantasy, Adventure) I personally prefer reading the Manga (Spirit Blade Mountain) but couldn't find it on this website so I stuck with the Anime.  
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Similar Vibe. Protagonist is very dedicated, outgoing, and charismatic. Both contains the element of a "higher being" watching over the MC, in which the premise is portrayed as a game. Both are very enjoyable! If you love Dungeon, youd like Reikenzan as well. 
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-Both animes are chinese -Both stories are about cultivation, martial arts and martial techniques -Both MCs are weak at the start but later become stronger -Both MCs start of knowing nothing about cultivations and martial arts but as time goes they discover something new and are gaining more knowleadge -In both stories the powers levels are divided between stages. 
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This two may not be the better raking series, but they are good to watch. You should give it a chance, about the similaritis... well to follow the page rules, and to not get reported, I have to say that may spoil you somethig in but series so if you hate spoiler, just trust in my words, close this recomendation, and go watch it. If you hope this one has a harem too, sorry, there is any harem. At least not a explicit one. But MC has a similar personality... . . . a little spoiler alert (it's really small) . . ...also same "no magic" problem and way to overcome it  
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While Reikenzan isn't isekai, it shares a lot of the same vibes that iskei anime have. Its balances lightheartedness with action, adventure, and comedy. Similarly, it has a strong focus on the main character training to become better. Also, the MC is OP as hell 
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Reikenzan felt like a more comical, lighthearted version of Legend of Legendary heros. Its does well balancing lightheartedness with action, adventure, and comedy. Similarly, it has a strong focus on the main character training to become better as well as learning from masters. Also, the MC is super smart and OP as hell. One thing though is its not as much adventure as Legend of Legendary heros 
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Magi and Reikenzan are pretty similar in a lot of ways. Both main characters are unique with special spirits. Both have crazy ability with magic. Both focus on the main character training and becoming stronger. Both have the MC starting their training with physical training while everyone else starts magic training right away. The main difference is Reikenzan is a bit more light-hearted and has a stronger focus on training than Magi does 
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The main similarities between these anime is the time period, the whole "building an empire", and the main characters are both op as all hell. Just a heads up, in Reikenzan, the MC doesnt start building an empire til season 2 
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-Both animes are Chinese -In both stories, the power levels are divided between stages -Both animes about the development of qi which can prolong their lives -Both MC are students of some spiritual schools -Both MC are genius  
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Both series take place in a fantasy setting of ancient China. They both deal with spiritual/mystical powers. In Qin Shi Min Yue the focus is placed on Wuxia martial arts and inner strength, while Reikenzan uses Cultivation. There are different factions in both stories, The hunderd schools of thought in Qin Shi Min Yue and sects in Reikenzan, which sometimes are friends, enemies and rivals of eachother. 
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Both of them are kind of light hearted with some interesting action/adventure that pulls you in. In both the MC is OP and things tend to work in their favor. They both share the whole "empire building" aspect. Reikenzan has a stronger focus on magic and training, while No Game No Life focuses more on having fun and playing games to conqure the world 
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Reikenzan is similar to Irregular at Magic High in the ways that the MC is super OP and things usually end up working in the MC's favor. Both main characters are highly intelligent and their peers look up to them. Theres also a strong focus on improving spiritual power, which is somewhat similar to the training in Irregular at Magic High 
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Both anime have MC that are special and have a lot of potential/OP. Both have magic. Both MC are kind of arrogant, but not in an unbearable way. Both anime are kind of funny/light hearted. Both have the characters training to be better 
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Both have the MC working towards some goal that is their passion. Both are geniuses. Both anime have magic. Both are light-hearted with a balance of action/adventure. Reikenzan has a much stronger focus on training and is more serious that knights and magic. Its also a bit more mature themed 
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If you really like the whole "Main Character trains to be a badass" theme, then you'll love Reikenzan. Like My Hero Academia, almost the entire plot has to do with the Main Character training to be stronger, or to be able to withstand someone else's powers. Its does well balancing lightheartedness with action, adventure, and comedy. Similarly, it has a strong focus on the main character training to become better as well as learning from masters. Also, the MC is super smart and OP as hell. I will say though that its slower paced than MHA, and a bit goofier. Overall I suggest this  read more 
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Both are: • Light hearted • Funny • Some action/adventure • MC gets stronger • Reikenzan is a bit more serious and focused on training than Konosuba 
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Reikenzan shares a lot of the same vibes as The Asterisk War. The main character is OP and things tend to work in his favor. A huge plot point is him training to be stronger. It also does well balancing lightheartedness with action, adventure, and comedy.  
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Reikenzan and Condor Hero are both Chinese series' that got their start as Wuxia novels, set in a fictional ancient China, that were later adapted by Japanese animation studios. They're available in both Chinese and Japanese dual audio (for the first season of Condor Hero at least), due to it's Chinese story origins and targeted demographics. Both series features a coming of age story about a young boy who strives to learn mystical martial arts from a much older beautiful woman, who teaches the boy(s) superior unconventional techniques, skills, and spiritual awareness, while watching over them as they grow up to be competent men, and  read more 
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