In the world, there are those who hunt down rare and powerful items known as Lost Precious, including Ryuuji Kisaragi’s own parents and cousin Eriko, who’s been studying abroad for the last few years. But when Eriko suddenly returns, the boy finds himself in the middle of the action when she drags him along to intercept a special treasure from the nefarious Fang organization. What’s more, the duo soon discovers that this Lost Precious isn’t a jewel or trinket, it’s a rare dragon girl who instantly bonds with Ryuuji! Now, Ryuuji and Eriko must help teach this dragon - who they name Rose - about the world, while keeping her safe and meeting other new friends and dragons along the way.
The Kidnapped Girl
The Black Assault
Contract of Determination
Beauty on the Beach
Attack of the Wolf
The Truth about Wolves
The Dangerous Test
Mirror of Truth
Dragon Crisis is anime done on the run, using an established but tired formula. If you are fans of Fate/Stay Night, Shakugan no Shana, or Toaru Majutsu no Index and your expectations are not high, you may enjoy it. If you like good storytelling, deep character immersion and plot twists then don’t even bother.It’s you know, the usual deal, let’s have some dork being surrounded by pretty chicks for some unimportant reason and then let’s focus on random silly adventures and fan service. But to be honest, I liked the reason the main girl is so fond of the otherwise boring lead guy. When she hatched from her egg, he was the first person to see and according to “imprinting” she now considers him her daddy. Ok, I admit, that makes some vague sense than all those other harems where they dig the guy for no sane reason. Other than that… I did say “hatched”, didn’t I? She is a dragon you see, who looks like a loli just because this is a harem show. And she breathes fire from her… hands. And loves to get all fuzzy (and usually undressed) with her “daddy” in a most un-fatherly fashion. She even wants to marry her… father. Said father, as usually, almost has a heart attack every time he sees a girl’s privates. That doesn’t sound like a healthy reaction for a parent towards his child. Fail of a human species but then again this is why it is a harem and not a hentai show. Anyways, he is also one of those leads with a special hidden talent (and an extremely broken power) who gets to use it in order to save chicks along the way and increase his harem size by one every two episodes. The story is as I said some poor excuse to have moe and fan service all over the place, forced as usual. The show is divided into story arcs of one to three episodes each, where some supernatural chick has an issue with the lead and they fight for awhile before she succumbs to his genericness and follows him around thereafter. The script is very loose and superficial and despite the efforts at building tension and drama, everything is quite childish and silly. The battles end up having no excitement at all, while the emersion to the personality of each girl is rushed and buried under the whole silliness of the show. All those are expected from a franchise which doesn’t want to experiment and just rehashes the same old boring stereotypes. This thing was made by Studio DEEN, one of the worst in production values yet famous for fan-catering its audience with lots of retarded pseudo-serious softporns. The main loli is also voiced by Rie Kugimiya, who pretty much does the exact same voice in all her loli tsundere roles and ensures high sales amongst the 2D pedophiles but otherwise has no variety or depth in any of her numerous roles (with Toradora being an exception). I loath both studio and voice actress and one doesn’t even need to wonder what kind of a shitty show he is going to watch if he hears any of these two names. May they both burn eternally in HFIL. I’ve seen the exact same thing a hundred times before in the exact same fashion. No innovation or even experimentation at all; they just changed the names and the hair colors a bit. This is nothing but an early Mortal Kombat game color swapped ninja costume; thus, little to no enjoyment. Enough with these Shana/Taiga/Rose clones and Fate Stay/Index rehashes. Try something different you lazy bums! SUGGESTION LIST Fate/Stay NightShakugan no ShanaToaru Majutsu no IndexToradora
Warning this review contains spoilers- Again this was another anime recommended to me by a friend. The story was very simple and average. It wasn't very different to the many harem anime that I have watched and come across, the only main different was this harem and others was that it was between a human and a bunch of mythical creatures. The story was also slightly expected in most cases, the only bonus was that the ecchi parts were small.The animation again was pretty simple in my eyes, that is all I have to say in this section. The music was much better than the anime itself, sadly. The opening gave me slight hope that the anime would be better than it actually was , which was disappointing. The ending on the other hand didn't appeal to me but it was cute. To me the characters were very undeveloped for example Maruga, after the problen with George we didn't get to know her very well at all in my opinion, even in the end we only found out a couple of things about her and Onyx. Even the main characters weren't as developed enough, we didn't get to know Ruuji's parents either, they say a couple of lines at the end but other than that we don't really know anything. Overall it was a very simple, as I mentioned the ecchi parts were limited which was a good thing as you may know I don't like ecchi very much. However the characters clearly weren't developed enough like I also said. I think this was the the weakest point in the whole anime. ~AngeBeatsYui~
There was something a little off with the sound. The fight against Furumori should have had music in the background. The OP was very well done but there wasn't a large selection of background music throughout the entire anime. The story was alright but I feel like the characters were somewhat shallow. It's not bad, but it's certainly not great.
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