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Seiken Densetsu: Legend of Mana

Seiken Densetsu: Legend of Mana

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Japanese: 聖剣伝説レジェンドオブマナ

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 5
Chapters: 33
Status: Finished
Published: 2000 to 2003
Authors: Amano, Shiro (Story & Art)
Serialization: Famitsu Bros

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Score: 7.161 (scored by 287 users)
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Ranked: #69762
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Popularity: #9332
Members: 564
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Volumes: /5
Chapters: /33

Synopsis

Retelling the story of the game, Legend of Mana centers around Toto, who has to save the mana tree from withering completely. But is the chaotic and egoistic swordsman able to find his way to the tree? Or will he be sidetracked by a his figurine collection or a princess? Luckily his friends can bring him back on course...

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Characters

Toto
Toto
Main
Matilda
Matilda
Supporting
Sierra
Sierra
Supporting
Lisa
Lisa
Supporting
Elazul
Elazul
Supporting
Imu
Imu
Supporting
Li'l Cactus
Li'l Cactus
Supporting


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MoonFox
Jul 9, 2010
I've always enjoyed the Legend of Mana game and mana series in general. However Legend of Mana has always been a favorite of mine. This is because of the many characters you get to learn about in the story, the same goes for the beautiful manga version.

After finding the manga after playing the game multiple times I was excited cause I would get a chance to learn even more about my favorite characters from the Mana world. From Bud and Lisa's sillyness to Sierra and Larcs seriousness, each story embedded inside the manga is quite similar to the game. However, if your one of them read more
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kamiawolf
Mar 16, 2010
Legend of Mana is probably one of my most favorite games, so its really exciting to read the story in manga form as well. There are a few things I like about the manga, including the wonderful art and seeing all our favorite characters move around a bit more then just as sprites. Although the main character of the game is a lot more serious, its a little refreshing to have him turned into such a fool for the manga. I love how serious the game is, but for the manga, the humor is well placed.

Except for one thing... there are too many poop jokes. read more
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