Thief Tina Lota came to steal a golden statue, but what she got instead was a princess. Royal Rita was arranged to be married to the prince of a rival kingdom in order to avert a war that would crush the country of Wellber, but after being forced at knifepoint to perform unsavory acts, Rita stabbed her husband-to-be and fled with her newfound-ally Tina. The king of the rival kingdom demanded a public execution of Rita within a time limit or face their cannons of war; so the duo, along with the AI tank Count Girano do Voljurac, now set forth to the neutral country of Greedom with a petition that may stop the war. Tina is acting as Rita's bodyguard and has reasons of her own for traveling to Greedom: the man who murdered her parents has been spotted along the way. With a bounty on Rita's head and danger at every turn, the pair must do everything in their power to reach Greedom alive.
The god Mauser delivered unto a world of magic a prophecy: if the Scrapped Princess is allowed to live, she will destroy the entire world. But the knight who was to kill her could not end the life of a newborn child, and so she lived. Fifteen years later, her adopted brother and sister have sworn to protect her, and together they travel from town to town, searching for a life she can't have.
A princess in peril? Check! Both Scrapped Princess and Sisters of Wellber follow a very similar format: a princess is wandering the land with her protectors, with a backdrop of medieval castle walls and swordsmen. They end up diverging when it comes to one important point in Scrapped Princess, but in general both have a very similar mood and feel as well. If you liked one, give the other a try.
Both of these series are about a Princess travelling with companion(s) on a journey. The situations differ a little, which keeps it fresh, but if you like the adventure and drama of one, I'm sure you will like the other.
Both anime series combine a scrapped princess with their protecting companions who are on a journey in order to save the world! I'm sure you'll like both!
Princesses on the run, who's very existence might result in the destruction of a nation or a world, protected by a small group of friends and on a journey to try and do the right thing. Both Scrapped Princess and Sisters of Wellbur are both similar in this regard. Having similar settings and tone, I can heartily recommend one if you enjoyed the other.
Ellis is a young girl who possesses a strange ability to manipulate particles, and has an unfortunate case of amnesia. After accidentally killing a professor in the middle of an experiment, Ellis fled to Mexico and lived under the care of an old lady for many years, but her past has finally caught up with her; there's a price on her head, and men trying to capture her, dead or alive. She meets the bounty hunter Nadie, who befriends her and helps her escape; and together, they decide to travel south to Winay Marka, “The Land of Eternity”, to find clues about Ellis’ past. What’s the origin of Ellis’ powers, and what does “Project Leviathan” have to do with it?
Just as El Cazador is exactly the same as Noir and Madlax, Sisters of Wellber is the same as El Cazador. Both are shows in which one girl is rescued by an older, more experienced girl that takes her on a journey to various lands, saving towns and running into danger with bouts of action between and growing implications of yuri. Seriuosly, it's like the exact same.
Once upon a time, two brothers passed the happy days of their childhood by studying alchemy, which is governed by the equal transfer principle: an eye for an eye -- you can't get more than you give. But these brothers tried to defy that law, and a horrific accident resulted. Now, the older brother, Edward, is called the Full Metal Alchemist because of his metal limbs, and the younger, Alphonse, is a soul without a body, trapped within the confines of an automaton. Together they search for the power to restore themselves, to find the lives they lost so long ago...
I know it's trendy nowadays to recommend FMA for everything, but in this case, I think it fits well. Like in Sisters of Wellber, the two brothers of FMA wander the land, encountering problems, unique situations, and characters in need of help along the way. The difference being that FMA is a lot less political and a lot more epic. FMA is one of my only 10s, so if you liked Sisters of Wellber, why not give it a try?
Hana is a nine-year-old girl who lives in constant fear of her abusive family; Michiko is a sexy woman who has just done the unthinkable: broken out of the impenetrable Diamandra Penitentiary. After Hana is whisked away by Michiko, who claims to be her mother, the duo sets forth on a high octane ride towards freedom. In the streets of Brazil and aboard Michiko's motorcycle, Hana and Michiko will look for Hana's long lost father, try to learn to co-exist and get along together, and stay one step ahead of the police and afro-clad Atsuko.
Both series are about certain women who have dangerous day jobs which involve escaping with their lives and toting big guns. Nothing can stop them from protecting the ones they love. No matter what the job these women complete it. If you liked one then you will surely like the other.
Mireille Bouqet has become a reputable assassin working in France. However, all changes after she meets Kirika, a mysterious young girl who knows nothing about her past but possesses killing skills that dwarf hers. Further intrigue unfolds as both characters explore their shadowy past and come to a head with a clandestine organization that seeks to control destiny itself.
Both series are about certain women who have dangerous day jobs which involve escaping with their lives and toting big guns. No matter what the job these women complete it. If you liked one then you will surely like the other.