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Douluo Dalu


Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Combat Continent, Soul Land
Japanese: 斗罗大陆

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Type: ONA
Episodes: 26
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 20, 2018 to Jul 14, 2018
Licensors: None found, add some
Source: Novel
Duration: 20 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

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Synopsis

Tang San is one of Tang Sect martial art clan's most prestigious disciples and peerless in the use of hidden weapons. With high expectations, the sect's elders believe his future will be bright; yet Tang chooses to forsake this life at the cost of obtaining the sect's forbidden lore—an action punishable by death. Tang, now content with his ascension of knowledge, sees no reason to keep on living and jumps from Hell's Peak, but little did he know that that would not be the end of his existence.

In Douluo Continent, the strong prevail and the weak perish. Each person possesses an innate spirit, some of which can be cultivated and strengthened, bestowing its user with various benefits. Those who were born with such spirits can become Spirit Masters, a profession regarded as one of the continent's most noble.

Tang, reincarnated into this strange world, knows only the life of a blacksmith's son. At the age of six, he takes part in the Spirit Master ceremony, and discovers his spirit is Blue Silver Grass—supposedly the world's most useless spirit. In contrast, however, he possesses strong spirit power. Now, aided by the memories of his previous life as well, Tang's future as a Spirit Master is in no way bleak.

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Background

Douluo Dalu is an adaptation of the Chinese web novel of the same title, written by Tang Jia San Shao (唐家三少).

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Tang Jia San Shao
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"Douluo Dalu (斗罗大陆)" by Jam Hsiao

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"Wind Dance (风舞)" by Movement Music Productions



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Apr 24, 2019
WhiteZet (All reviews)
Seeing as how unpopular this chinese animation is, I thought I might as well be one of the few people giving a review.

Story [7]:
Doulou Dalu follows Tang San, a genius of Tang sect. After breaking the rules of his sect, his punishment is death. He is chased to a dead end known as "Hell's Peak", and Tang San commits suicide by jumping off the cliff, promising that he was never disloyal to the sect. After this act, the sect however forgives his actions and if Tang San is found alive he will be the successor for the sect.
Tang San however unexpectedly finds himself in read more
Mar 24, 2018
kittybits (All reviews)
Preliminary
I would say Soul Land is challenging to get into at first, since it looks pretty much like an xbox game, but honestly, the further you get into it the less and less you notice that aspect. It actually works very well for the show. Depending on the translator you watch, there may be some inconsistencies, so take care in being flexible with your reading of the subtitles.

Essentially the main character rises to prominence in his clan, but those among them did not trust his ascent and tried to extricate his position. He chose suicide to prove his loyalty, and is reincarnated read more
Jul 16, 2018
Mekronid (All reviews)
Preliminary
This anime is based on the Douluo Dalu novel.

It seems to be translated as "Soul Land" here but the original translators called it "Combat Continent."

Doulou is the name of the continent, and according to Chinese dictionaries, "dou lou" means "to bring to light" to "shake out" or "to squander." Dalu means "continent." So the name of the novel is literally "Doulou Continent." Making my amateur transliteration "a continent which squanders and oppresses but also brings forth the light." Chinese is pretty interesting for fitting all that in a title.

Point is, we know the story is excellent because it originates with Doulou Dalu. A few important read more

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