In a dark version of the future, the world is protected by three guardians: Bronze, Silver, and Gold. The guardian of Silver is none other than Lemnear, a silver-haired beauty who is out for revenge for the death of her parents at the hand of an evil mage. With the lord of all evil on her tail, her body at risk of becoming one of many in a slave trader's harem, and Bronze being kidnapped, Lemnear has her work cut out for her...
The Four Lords of Havoc have one terrible goal – to awaken the god Anthrasax and recreate the world. To stop them, Yoko, a maiden of Metallicana, awakens the ancient wizard Dark Schneider from within a 14-year old boy by bestowing upon him her virgin kiss. The only problem now is that the most chaotic, lecherous wizard in history resides inside the body of an innocent child. Even worse, he’s determined that neither hydras nor minotaurs should stand between him and his dream to conquer everyone and take the women for himself… all of which is less than convenient when trying to save the world!
Bastard and Lemnear both have ecchi, lots of action, and high fantasy; should I elaborate more? Bastard!! has more comedy and Legend Of Lemnear is more straightforward, but both smell of the same scent.
Tita is the captain of the Cha-Cha Maru, whose crew hunts exotic animals to sell for profit. One day, by chance, Tita saves the life of a girl named Elysse, whose dangerous past puts the whole crew of the Cha-Cha Maru in harm's way! Now, against the clock, Tita and her gang must stop an insidious plot which threatens the entire world!
In the days before humans roamed the world, the gods took place in a great battle, leaving a legacy of war and conflict to mankind. In the present, the continent of Harlan is riddled with strife, and only the lovely Efera and Jiliora can save it with the help of the last surviving member of the enchanted race, a pair of twins, and luck! Can the gang return the royal Gude Crest and defeat the evil Grafton and the Supreme Mother herself, before the entire continent falls under their cult-like control?
Both are action packed OVAs which features kick ass girls with swords in a high fantasy setting. The only difference between them is that Legend of Lemnear has a bit of ecchi while Gude Crest doesn't have any of it. If you liked one you'd probably like the other.
Far, far away in a distant time, there is a tribe of people called the Golden Tribe who have the ability to create stars and foretell the future. They gave out a warning to those who have yet to mature: 'Move.'. Three tribes answered their call: the Silver Tribe, the Bronze Tribe, and the Heroic Tribe. Soon after, the Golden Tribe encountered a crashed ship in which only a baby human known as Age survived; they named the child's race the Iron Tribe and assigned one of the few living members of the Heroic Tribe to protect him and his race. Now, in a distant part of the galaxy, humanity is threatened with extinction at the hands of the other tribes. With only a prophecy to go on, they set out to the deepest depths of space to find their savior named Age -- humanity's last hope.
Despite one being fantasy and the other being science fiction, while watching Legend of Lemnear I was reminded of Heroic Age. Part of the reason was the whole tribes thing that they share to a degree. But also the trials they have through and the tone feel pretty close.
Of course, Legend of Lemnear is kinda short and so doesn't have as much room to tell a story. If you liked it, I would like to suggest Heroic Age as a longer series with a similar feel.
The kingdom of Rimbell is home to three princesses -- one of whom is Luna, a tomboyish, feisty girl with a knack for swordfighting. When the nearby empire of Dunbas sends an attack, Luna mistakenly discovers and accepts a great power to save the kingdom, which fuses her body with... a giant dinosaur?! Now, Luna and her Varga must defend the kingdom and rescue her kidnapped sister, while trying to stay as unnoticed as possible.