Xiao Lu He Xiao Lan


Beryl and Sapphire

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Alternative Titles

English: Beryl and Sapphire
Synonyms: Xiaolu He Xiaolan, Xiao Lv He Xiao Lan, Xiaolv He Xiaolan, Green and Blue, Lil' Green and Lil' Blue
Japanese: 小绿和小蓝

Information

Type: ONA
Episodes: 72
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Aug 27, 2018 to Feb 16, 2019
Licensors: None found, add some
Source: Web manga
Genres: GameGame, Sci-FiSci-Fi, Slice of LifeSlice of Life, ComedyComedy, DramaDrama, MagicMagic, SchoolSchool, Shounen AiShounen Ai
Duration: 8 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 7.631 (scored by 685685 users)
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Ranked: #11982
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Popularity: #6929
Members: 3,988
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Synopsis

"I've been holding a few words back for a long time — I like you!"
"Beryl and Sapphire" is a popular manhua created by artist Ocarina. Here includes protagonists with the most random names in history — the mild-mannered Beryl (Green) and the easily-embarrassed Sapphire (Blue). At times the closest of friends, at others the worst of enemies… In this donghua where each episode is set in a different world, how would they encounter each other time and again?? Only angst? Too painful! Nothing but fluff? Too sugary! Come watch B&S, the show where you'll never guess the ending…

(Source: Guodong Subs)

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Characters & Voice Actors

Beryl

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Sapphire

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Opening Theme

"The Encounter" by Li Jiayu
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Ending Theme

"Summer is not named" by Hou Jiuheng



Mar 24, 2019
Ludovich (All reviews)
From what I understand, Beryl and Sapphire are two actors. I’ve never read the manhua they come from, but this show does not depict their real lives. Instead, it showcases their roles as characters within the movies/shows they act in. This series is essentially a catalogue of their acting careers, but it's not necessary to know that going in, as you get a feel for what the show is after just a few episodes.

What's unique and captivating about this Chinese animation is the fact that different storylines gradually build and are told simultaneously, so one episode will follow Beryl and Sapphire in one story, and read more
Mar 31, 2019
yoman21a (All reviews)
Beryl and Sapphire is a show that I randomly stumbled across on an anime site. I thought the premise seemed intriguing enough and I didn’t have high expectations for it… I was wrong.

To say this show is different is most definitely an understatement. The first and most blatant thing you will notice from either the title of the show or watching episode 1 is that it is in Chinese. This kind of threw me off, but I decided that I would watch it anyways. Another cool thing that I enjoyed is that they are comprised of a bunch of different stories rather than just one read more
May 24, 2020
Ismata-chan (All reviews)
This show is so unique! If I had to equate it to anything, it's like you're watching animations of someone's fanfiction stories, jumping around between chapters and oneshots of the same pairing. I've never seen a show do that before, so it's quiet a novelty to experience.

I find it really nice that the opening and ending songs introduce you to these two being actors in a subtle way and styling the title cards also add to it. Additionally, not only do the cute lyrics show the bond the two actors have, but it just feels good to listen to! It makes me feel happier read more
Oct 22, 2020
WhiteMorticia (All reviews)
Beryl and Sapphire is a collection of self-contained stories revolving around Beryl and Sapphire and their relationship throughout different scenarios. To be honest, I'm not a fan of episodic storytelling. Fortunately, Beryl and Sapphire is not just a collection of independent one-shot episodes; some storylines get revisited in later episodes giving the series the opportunity to flesh out the world and characters. Which is great because some of the stories gain a real depth with more exposition. While most episodes are just short 5mins mindless entertainment, some episodes (especially the 30 mins long weekend specials) can be truly unique and thought-provoking. I especially found the read more

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