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Blue Ramun

Blue Ramun

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Japanese: ブルーラムン

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 3
Chapters: 15
Status: Finished
Published: Aug 5, 2004 to Jul 5, 2006
Authors: Yuuki, Ryou (Story & Art)
Serialization: Melody

Statistics

Score: 7.151 (scored by 740 users)
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Ranked: #71042
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Popularity: #4359
Members: 1,504
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MangaMelodyYuuki, Ryou (Story & Art)
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Volumes: /3
Chapters: /15

Synopsis

A girl named Jessie Jackson comes from a special tribe of Blue Ramun (Blue Blood). Their blood is used as medicine and healing agents for almost any sickness whether in its purest form or mixed in with other herbal remedies. As Jessie comes of age at 15, she must leave their tribe to help those in need and she is assigned to the Lezak district with the handsome captain named Eagle and happy-go-lucky doctor/priest Randy. As she is now alone without her tribe members with her, Jessie strives to fulfill the difficult task bestowed upon her, thereby learning the strength of not only her body, but her spirit as well.

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Characters

Schnelder, Eagle
Schnelder, Eagle
Main
Jackson, Jessie
Jackson, Jessie
Main
Weilud, Crea
Weilud, Crea
Supporting
Kravitz, Ray
Kravitz, Ray
Supporting
Clesy, Yuan
Clesy, Yuan
Supporting
Rowan
Rowan
Supporting
Wirgman, Randy
Wirgman, Randy
Supporting


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Andernina
Jul 26, 2010
A wonderful read!

Besides my own minor problems with the art style, it's unique in its own way, and the artist actually changes the style of faces slightly to depict age, despite it only being about 5 years (age 19 from about 24.) That's a new one in the repertoire, I really appreciated it.

Characters are believable, and the mangaka always knows when to apply comedic relief despite any serious occasion, and that really makes the story and develops the personalities of some of the characters.

The story flow also manages the predictability of the story, or should I say, "unpredictability." The reader will never know the read more
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