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Legend of the Crystals: Final Fantasy

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Alternative Titles

Japanese: ファイナルファンタジー
English: Legend of the Crystals: Final Fantasy
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Information

Type: OVA
Episodes: 4
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Mar 21, 1994 to Jul 21, 1994
Producers: Square Enix
Licensors: Urban Vision
Studios: Madhouse
Source: Game
Genres: ActionAction, AdventureAdventure, ComedyComedy, FantasyFantasy
Duration: 30 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

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Score: 6.101 (scored by 63186,318 users)
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Ranked: #88352
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Popularity: #5296
Members: 15,510
Favorites: 22

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Synopsis

Two hundred years have passed since the hero Bartz and his companions saved the inhabitants of Planet R—a world where crystals control the natural elements—from the threat of Exdeath. However, agents of the wizard Ra Devil steal the crystals of Earth, Fire, and Water. With three of the four crystals in his possession, Ra Devil seeks to claim the Wind Crystal, the final piece he needs to summon the destructive god Deathgyunos.

Novice summoner Linaly—a direct descendant of Bartz—lives with her grandfather Hassam. After receiving an ominous message about the Wind Crystal, Hassam travels to the Wind Temple. Concerned for his safety, Linaly suggests that they make the journey together. On their trip, they encounter Prettz, a rowdy yet amiable swordsman, who is captivated by the young girl and accompanies the duo for his own mysterious reasons.

During a battle, an antlion monster injures Hassam, leaving him bedridden. As a result, the responsibility of securing the Wind Crystal falls on Linaly, with Prettz assuming the role of her guardian as they continue their perilous adventure.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Klauser, Linaly

Main
Minaguchi, Yuko
Japanese

Prettz

Main
Matsumoto, Rica
Japanese

Ra Devil

Supporting
Ogata, Kenichi
Japanese

Valkus

Supporting
Chiba, Shigeru
Japanese

Rouge

Supporting
Hirano, Fumi
Japanese

Hassam

Supporting
Tomiyama, Kei
Japanese

Mid

Supporting
Kozakura, Etsuko
Japanese

Queen Lenna

Supporting
Kasahara, Hiroko
Japanese

Staff

Rintarou
Director, Episode Director
Ookubo, Tomihiko
Director, Key Animation
Sekijima, Mayori
Script
Iso, Mitsuo
Key Animation, Special Effects


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Ending Theme

"Husui Kikou" by Shigeri Kizu




Reviews

Sep 6, 2008
Aside from the references, this anime isn't directly connected to the Final Fantasy V game. It takes place many years after the game, and though it is said that Linaly, the main female character, is a descendant of Bartz, this Bartz could very well be some random legendary hero.

There are job classes, though without the particular outfits and there are four crystals as in practically every Final Fantasy. The plot features the quest to protect the wind crystal after the others are stolen by a new enemy, a strange alien with advanced technology whose base is located in the black moon, a natural satellite of ...
Jul 17, 2022
Mixed Feelings
The reputation for this OVA has always been all over the place. Fans of the game series appear to dislike it because it's not as well-rounded as they would hope and maybe too brief and rushed of a fantasy romp. It's loosely based on Final Fantasy 5, but there's not much to this connection other than a few references to the four crystals, the heroes, the curious fact of every spell the female main uses involves the comic relief beast of burden/horse-like (more like an ostrich or big bird, but they ride them, so...) creature known as the chocobo, and the villain with the ...
Jul 3, 2013
Before I begin, let me start with a quick disclaimer. I like the Final Fantasy games, for the most part. If I poke fun at the franchise a bit during the course of this review it's not because I just don't like the series, it's because the series has a lot of goofy aspects. I've looked at a few anime adaptations of video games in the past. I've looked at bad ones, Ninja Gaiden being the obvious example. Average ones, Nightstalkers and ones that were pretty good, Tales of Phantasia. This week I'm going to be looking at a selection from one of my favourite ...

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