+C: Sword and Cornett
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+C: Sword and Cornett

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Synonyms: Plus-si: Sword and Cornett
Japanese: +C sword and cornett


Type: Manga
Volumes: 8
Chapters: 52
Status: Finished
Published: Apr 28, 2008 to Oct 27, 2012
Genres: Action Action, Adventure Adventure, Drama Drama, Fantasy Fantasy
Demographic: Josei Josei
Serialization: Comic ZERO-SUM
Authors: Yugyoji, Tama (Story & Art)


Score: 7.291 (scored by 25062,506 users)
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Ranked: #42812
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Popularity: #1871
Members: 7,723
Favorites: 80

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Belca Noctircus is the son of a commoner and the King of Noctircus. He is the third prince in the royal Noctircus family and is third in line for the throne. Soon after coming back from abroad, his brother and the crown prince of Noctircus, Hector, reveals his amibition to create peace with the Amonel, a race considered to be monsters but mysteriously dies from a chronic disease. Belca and his other older brother, Orcelito discovers the conspiracy behind Hector's death and Belca is nearly killed because of it. However, he is saved by a wandering bard/scholar named Eco. Meanwhile Orcelito is taken by Lagen, whose son, a young nobleman, locks him up and manipulates him to do things by Lagen's bidding and wishes.

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+C: Sword and Cornett has been published in German as +C: Schwert und Krone by Tokyopop from October 4, 2012 to June 16, 2014.

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More reviewsReviews

Mar 11, 2016
deadoptimist (All reviews)
Fans of many series claim that their favorite manga demands special reader skills, but I say +C: Sword and Cornett makes you a real vet – it’s like a Stalingrad of straggling narratives. The plot is constantly growing, the cast is huge, the narrative freely shifts time and jumps between the many plotlines, and in the latter stages a bad translation descends in its unholy glory (in a story with politics, no less), making chances for survival of even the most battle-hardened scarce. (I am pained to say this, since fan translators are like gods to me, but in the later chapters of +C you read more
Aug 11, 2016
Broncattus (All reviews)
C-Sword/Cornett (Manga) (finished)

Final thoughts?


1. Too many characters are introduced in the latter half of the story through connections with the side characters as opposed to the main protags/Antags, which leads me to not care as much for what’s going on as these characters then have little to no gravity to the plot/story and I really fell out of love with this manga consequently around the late 30s early 40s chapters (there are 51 chapters in this manga)

2. Every so often throughout the manga, at the introduction of a new scene (a scene change) there would be this rectangle in one of the top corners of read more
Jan 3, 2019
-Lupa- (All reviews)
The first few chapters of this manga really pulled me in - I loved the main cast of characters and the premise of the story. Belca, Orcelito, and Kiliko in particular were fun to read about as they developed over time. Eco, on the other hand, was a character with a very interesting background who intrigued me a lot initially, but over time he seemed to be reduced to a characature of himself. I did enjoy that the story wasn't overtaken by romantic interactions.
The final third portion of the manga became increasingly difficult to follow (as the manga began to jump around in location read more
Nov 16, 2009
lera (All reviews)
We have a crown prince born out of wedlock, a mysterious bard, a shunned tribe of people, and power-hungry government officials pulling the strings from the shadows. Put it all together, and what do we get? One amazing manga!

STORY (10)
The story takes you back to a time and place where corrupt nobles take advantage of the fact that the king of the country is sick and unable to rule well. Enter Belca, (the crown prince born out of wedlock) an outcast who wants nothing to do with royalty. With his brother, Orcelito (legitimiate crown prince), Belca accidentally uncovers one of the nobles' well kept secrets. read more

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