Aliases: KING's RAID: Ishi wo Tsugu Monotachi Studio: Sunrise Beyond, OLM Adaptation: Mobile Game Genres: Action, Adventure, Magic, Fantasy Episodes: 26 Release Date: October 2020 Streaming: FUNimation,
Plot: While the game's main voice cast members will reprise their roles, the TV anime will tell an original story that is different from the game. Its story is set in the continent called Orbis, a land of swords and magic. 100 years have passed since King Kyle defeated the Demon Lord Angmund, and the protagonist Kasel, who is an apprentice knight, has lived in a peaceful time. However, his fate begins to change when he learns that a monster has appeared in his neighborhood. Guided by a wise man and having a reliable companion, he embarks on an adventure to seek the sealed holy sword.
I watched this regular (most people call it generic which I agree) show. Honestly, I did not hate nor love it. I did enjoy my time watching this anime series. Never played the mobile game. The anime adaptation is its own story separate from the video game as I heard.
It's an easy, straightforward series to follow. You can guess the twists easily. Kasel's journey to reclaim the holy sword is like a video game as they visit the other races.
While the characters' developments are not deep, the cast is normal. Nothing too annoying or nasty.
The fighting animation especially in the last few episodes are choppy and rough.
If you don't like the slow pacing.
The show doesn't explore the world outside of Orvelia such as the forest of elves, the ogres, and other places in detail. The series is focused on Orvelia politics, the Dark Elves, and Kasel/Riheet's fated connection to the Demon Lord.
Overall, King's Raid is your regular fantasy anime show that is slow at the beginning and rushes at the end while combining two groups of characters' arcs (Kasel and Riheet) over a very long period of time. It wraps up the demon lord story portion quickly but neglects the dark elf racism and Orvelia politics at the end.
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Taka: I misread last time when they announce a remake of the visual novel.
Jun 14, 2021 3:21:58 GMT
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Jun 15, 2021 2:32:04 GMT