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Grimgar Ashes and Illusions - Standard BD [Blu-ray]
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SURVIVIAL IS NOT A GAME
Take an introspective look at RPG anime with this beautifully animated tale of adventure and loss from A-1 Pictures (Fairy Tail, Sword Art Online) and the director of Psychic School Wars.
After waking up in a strange new world surrounded by people who can't remember who they are or where they came from, Haruhiro finds himself drafted into the service of the Volunteer Soldiers. Together with a ragtag party, he must set out to make a name for himself in a world where magic and monsters are part of everyday life. But danger waits around every corner, and the small group soon discovers how quickly a life of adventure can be cut short. Faced with the reality of their situation, each member will have to choose how far they're willing to go, and how hard they're willing to fight to survive in the world of Grimgar.
Contains episodes 1 to 12 on Blu-Ray with both the English dub and the original Japanese track with English subtitles.
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The combat aspect of this series is pretty good and the animation is pretty fluid and works well, however the characters don't seem to develop anything personality wise. Only the main character seems to get a sense of growth though the series.
Overall I'm not disappointed with my purchase at all and would certainly buy a further series of this should one arrive.
For those who are interested it's both Dubbed and Subtitled with the guys at Funimation putting in the work for the former.
The animation is stunning with a water colour styling adding to the real world displacement, while making every scene a piece of art in itself. The Blu-ray also comes with a illustration book of character designs and an additions episode that answers the unasked question "What happened to the bath-house wall?"