Seven schools are constantly "at war" with each other, and the students have become skilled fighters and constantly battle with rival schools. Their lives and fates are guided by strange ... See full summary »
Seven schools are constantly "at war" with each other, and the students have become skilled fighters and constantly battle with rival schools. Their lives and fates are guided by strange jewels that contain the spirits and destinies of warriors from the Sangokushi period. One girl, Sonsaku Hakufu, has recently moved to Japan and is apparently destined to unite the schools as her counterpart united seven countries long ago. But, like all heroes, there is a darker side to her fate, and as always there is a constant struggle by those around her to break the chains of their own destinies and make their own lives. Written by
the books where good. published by tokyopop, they were (a little) less pervy than the rest(at least, the pervyness was more justifiable). the story was deep, and well written out. but when it came out as a TV series, the anime was blotchy, scenes past to quick, a lot of talk, and a really, really ditsy busty main. i mean, she was ditsy in the book(dated worse...), but it was funny. the TV series was just ditsyness when it wasn't really needed at all. the story was not very well done. there were very few references to the magenta thingies and the past. i enjoyed it enough, but the whole uniform falls apart thing? one kick and everything falls off, save for conveniently placed bits of cloth? we arnt that young anymore. and since this is aimed for an 18+ audience, surely some more grown up approaches would suffice.
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