Kagura is a young man who has tragically lost not only his friend, but the woman he loves as well. With only his friend Asami to turn to, Kagura quickly finds his life spinning out of control when he discovers that he is a Spirit User -- one of the Elementalors who command the forces of nature. Now, along with his fellow Elementalors, Kagura must race against the clock to stop Lord Shiki from causing an imbalance in nature by trying to save his long lost daughter, Shiohisa.
For centuries, the Sky People and Sorcerers battled each other endlessly; but nine hundred years ago, the leaders of the each cause were sealed away. Now, in the present, these leaders have both reincarnated, and protectors of each faction have emerged. Ryosuke Sakiya is a high school boy with strange powers to see things that others do not, and he currently is under attack by one of the factions for unknown reasons. Meanwhile, Jukyurou, Saeko, and the rest of the members of the opposing faction have appeared to help protect Ryosuke. All he wants is to be left alone; will Ryosuke finally understand why he has been forced into the middle of this epic battle?
Elementalors and High School Aurabuster are both godawful, short OVAs that make NO SENSE. Each is filled with fantasy and random characters that we know nothing about. If for some insane reason you liked one, you might like the other.
In the year 1999, Tokyo has become a battleground as the Seven Dragons of Earth and the Seven Dragons of Heaven fight to determine the fate of the world. The one with the power to decide which way the battle will go is a youth named Kamui Shirou. Will he join the Dragons of Earth and preserve the planet by ending human life, or become a Dragon of Heaven and protect humanity from ruin? The fate of all mankind lies on Kamui's unwilling shoulders as both sides clash to gain dominance. The Dragons on both sides are individuals gifted with superpowers and fated to participate in this final battle, but what end will Kamui choose?
Both seem to be made from bits of a tv series and don't bother explaining anything. While the X movie does have a series to go along with it Elementalors does not thus making it more confusing than X. The characters in both are very similar in the way that they can use interesting powers and have deep relationships with each other. If you liked either one hour of confusion you might like the other hour of huh?