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Reign: The Conqueror

Alt titles: Alexander Senki

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It was prophesied that Alexander the Great would first rule the world and then destroy it. Born the prince of Macedonia, his father was determined to have him remain an obedient military pawn whilst his mother wished for him to be a destroyer of worlds. Now, as Alexander moves across Babylonia towards the "Hindu" lands, enemies from both outside and within his camp struggle to stop him before he can conquer the world and bring about the prophecy of its destruction. Can the world be saved, or is fate truly the deciding factor of life and death?

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Peter CHUNG Character Design
Yoshinori KANEMORI Director
Ken ISHII Music

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Title Author Score Date
Alexander Senki Thrawn 2.5/10 Oct 19, 2013
Reign: The Conqueror Thrawn 2.5/10 Oct 19, 2013
Alexander Senki roriconfan 6.5/10 Jan 21, 2012
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rikime

Both are stories of strong men, which hold destiny of many in their hands. Both struggle with their fate, even if their perspective isn't the same, as Alexander knows to be a ruler while Gutts (the Berserk protagonist) doesn't realize it.

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If you enjoyed either Bayonetta: Bloody Fate or Reign: The Conqueror, you should check out the other. These have more in common than a colon separating parts of their name.

Both have similar character designs, so watching either will give the feel of watching the other. Both anime feature a similar core plot - the actions of the main character, who is fated/destined to destroy the world.

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If you liked either one of these, you may well enjoy the other.

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The animation is very similar in both anime, as well as the fight scences. There are also some interesting psychological elements going on in both.

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