The Legend of the Legendary Heroes

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The Legend of the Legendary Heroes
The Legend of the Legendary Heroes Vol01 Cover.jpg
Cover of The Legend of the Legendary Heroes first volume as published by Fujimi Shobo
伝説の勇者の伝説
(Densetsu no Yūsha no Densetsu)
Genre Romance, Fantasy, Adventure, Comedy, Tragedy
Light novel
Written by Takaya Kagami
Illustrated by Saori Toyota
Published by Fujimi Shobo
Demographic Male
Imprint 11
Magazine Dragon Magazine
Original run February 25, 2002October 25, 2006
Volumes 11
Light novel
The Legend of the Great Legendary Heroes
Written by Takaya Kagami
Illustrated by Saori Toyota
Published by Fujimi Shobo
Demographic Male
Magazine Dragon Magazine
Original run October 25, 2007 – ongoing
Volumes 14
Light novel
The Legend of the Legendary Heroes Anyway
Written by Takaya Kagami
Illustrated by Saori Toyota
Published by Fujimi Shobo
Demographic Male
Magazine Dragon Magazine
Original run December 20, 2002June 20, 2007
Volumes 11
Light novel
The Legend of the Black Fallen Hero
Written by Takaya Kagami
Illustrated by Saori Toyota
Published by Fujimi Shobo
Demographic Male
Magazine Dragon Magazine
Original run December 25, 2007September 25, 2009
Volumes 6
Manga
Nantonaku Densetsu no Yūsha no Densetsu
Written by Takaya Kagami
Illustrated by Saori Toyota
Published by Fujimi Shobo
Demographic Shōnen
Magazine Dragon Magazine
Original run 20022009
Volumes 2
Manga
Written by Takaya Kagami
Illustrated by Hiroko Chōzō
Published by Fujimi Shobo
Demographic Shōnen
Magazine Monthly Dragon Age
Original run July 9, 2008April 9, 2012
Volumes 9
Manga
Gakuen Denyūden
Written by Takaya Kagami
Illustrated by S.Kosugi
Published by Fujimi Shobo
Demographic Shōnen
Magazine Monthly Dragon Age
Original run June 9, 2010 – ongoing
Anime television series
Directed by Itsuro Kawasaki
Studio Zexcs
Licensed by
Network TV Tokyo
Original run July 1, 2010December 16, 2010
Episodes 24 + 1 OVA (List of episodes)
Manga
Shin Denyūden Kakumei-hen Ochita Kuroi Yūsha no Densetsu
Written by Takaya Kagami
Illustrated by Riya Hozumi
Published by Square Enix
Demographic Shōnen
Magazine Gangan Online
Original run July 29, 2010April 26, 2012
Volumes 4
Manga
Densetsu no Yūsha no Densetsu Revision
Written by Takaya Kagami
Illustrated by Taisei Yamachi
Published by Square Enix
Demographic Shōnen
Magazine Young Gangan
Original run October 15, 2010August 5, 2011
Volumes 2
Anime and Manga portal

The Legend of the Legendary Heroes (Japanese: 伝説の勇者の伝説 Hepburn: Densetsu no Yūsha no Densetsu?) is a Japanese light novel series by Takaya Kagami, with illustrations by Saori Toyota which was published by Fujimi Shobo in Dragon Magazine from February 25, 2002 to October 25, 2006, and has 11 volumes. Its sequel, The Legend of the Great Legendary Heroes (大伝説の勇者の伝説 Dai Densetsu no Yūsha no Densetsu?) began publishing on October 25, 2007 and currently has 14 volumes. The series also has 2 spin-off series, The Legend of Legendary Heroes Anyway (とりあえず伝説の勇者の伝説 Toriaezu Densetsu no Yūsha no Densetsu?), a collection of short stories which ran from December 20, 2002 to June 20, 2007 and was compiled into 11 volumes, and The Legend of the Black Fallen Hero (堕ちた黒い勇者の伝説 Ochita Kuroi Yūsha no Densetsu?), which ran from December 25, 2007 to September 25, 2009 and was published in 6 volumes. The series has also spun off into other media including a Drama CD, a manga adaptation which currently has 3 bound volumes and a PSP video game which was released on February 18, 2010. A 24 episode anime adaptation was produced by Zexcs which premiered on July 1, 2010[1] and is licensed by Kadokawa in Japan and Funimation Entertainment[2] in North America.

Story[edit]

Ryner Lute is a lazy student who enjoys taking afternoon naps while enrolled in the Roland Empire Royal Magician's Academy. The Roland Empire goes to war against their neighboring country Estabul, and Ryner loses his classmates in the war. After the war, Ryner sets out on a journey to search for the relics of a "Legendary Hero" at King Sion Astal's command and finds out that a deadly curse is spreading throughout the continent.

Main Characters[edit]

Ryner Lute (ライナ・リュート Raina Ryūto?)
Voiced by: Jun Fukuyama (Japanese), Ian Sinclair (English)[3]
Frequently appearing to be lethargic, sleepy, and unmotivated, Ryner is the protagonist of the story. He has black eyes and hair and is of slender build; is naturally talented in magic, hand-to-hand combat, arts of assassination, ancient lore, languages and symbols, and the bearer of Alpha Stigma (複写眼 アルファ・スティグマ?), an ocular ability which grants him the ability to analyze various forms of magic. Alpha Stigma bearers when activating their powers, have a pentagram with reddish hue appearing over their pupils. Because of this ability, in a world where magic forms differs from country to country and is a closely guarded secret, he has learned and acquired magic originating from different countries through battles with their mages. Although the Alpha Stigma are the weakest and most common type out of the five types of "Cursed Eyes (魔眼 Magan?)", primarily because the bearers don't live to adulthood to fully utilize their potential before they are slain after going berserk usually at a young age, Ryner's eyes are no ordinary Alpha Stigma.
Ryner Lute's real name is Feruna Lieutolu, and was born of the Noble House of Lieutolu, but because of a pact made with “The Goddesses (女神 Megami?)", a collective legendary power of existences that devours everything, he lost his memories of his childhood, including his real name and the names of his birth parents. Shortly after that, he was found by the military of a bandit village and is captured to be placed in the military, there he underwent training under Germer Kleisrole (ジェルメ・クレイスロール Jerume Kureisurōru?) alongside Pia and Peria.
He has been known as "The Greatest Mage of Roland" within the military since the age of thirteen, after defeating Kuwonto Kuo, who previously held that title. However, because of a lack of intention to kill, he seldom fights at full strength. His magical prowess does not stem solely from his Alpha Stigma, and he was judged by his master Germer as one who possesses a natural high level of comprehension ability and an acute sense in magic. Because of Germer's hellish training which led to serious sleep deprivations, Ryner was always looking for opportunities to catch up on his sleep whenever there was nothing to do, which later became more of a habit than a necessity.
Alpha Stigma bearers are often shunned and called "monsters" as once they go berserk and lose their sanity, they will start killing and destroying indiscriminately and never to return to their senses again. Ryner is thus grateful towards Sion, Ferris, and Kiefer because of their acceptance of him as a human being despite their awareness of him being an Alpha Stigma bearer. Ryner cares about other Cursed Eyes Bearer not wanting them to suffer as he did. He once rescued, Arua, a child bearing the Alpha Stigma from being executed by the Runa Empire. During his time with the God's Eyes group, he thought about staying there and help the children there because he feels that unlike him, they are still innocent and are worth saving.
Moreover, he is regarded as an anomaly because he is the only person to have been able to regain his sanity after losing control of his Alpha Stigma. As such, even after going berserk and killing many innocent, he was allowed to live as a rare research subject. This is mainly because he carries half of the essence ("The Lonely" portion) of the legendary demon lord known as "The Lonely Demon (寂しがりの悪魔 Sabishigari no Akuma?)", which was implanted by his own father, Lieral, in order to save him from what would normally be the doomed fate of an Alpha Stigma bearer.
Ryner has a tendency to distance himself from others because he does not wish to cause harm and grief to others due to his eyes and vice versa. He has caused multiple girls throughout his life to fall in love with him, though he is reluctant to love again after his first love sacrificed herself to save him. He has, however, formed strong attachments to both Kiefer and Ferris. After encouragement by Ferris during his temporary departure from Roland, Ryner gains a will to live while accepting the fact that he is a monster, a fact that he has been avoiding.
Undertaking a quest from his trusted friend and the new King of Roland, Sion, and in the company of swordswoman Ferris, he travels across the continent of Menoris in search of the "Relics of Heroes (勇者の遺物 Yūsha no Ibutsu?)", legendary artifacts later more accurately and collectively known as "Rule Fragment (忘却欠片 ルール・フラグメ?, Rūru Furagume)" and "Rule Phajeel (忘却神器 ルール・フアジール?, Rūru Fuajīru)". The undertaking was a result of his own research report into the "Relics of Heroes", with the vision of creating a world with no wars and conflicts. After he returns from his quest, he notices a greater power eating into Sion from within. He eventually unravels a series of conspiracy throughout Roland and its neighboring countries, and discovers a greater force at work. Later, after being betrayed, and with the desire to save his friends, he escapes Roland with Ferris, carrying the hope that Sion can still be saved, eventually traveling with the Anti-Roland Coalition.
During the battle between Gastark and Geihlficlant, while on the verge of death after losing his Alpha Stigma Lir, Ryner fully awakens as "The Solver of All Formulas (すべての式を解く者 Subete no Shiki o Tokumono?)". His Cursed Eyes becomes its true form, appearing as a rainbow-colored blinking tear-shapes over his eyes. This not only grants him the ability to analyze the structure of magic, but also that of human beings and other physical materials as well, and these include the "equations" (a.k.a. structures) of "Rule Fragment (忘却欠片 Rūru Furagume?)" (a.k.a. "Relics of Heroes"). He also acquires the ability to traverse into the spirit plane at will. When fully activated it allows him to deconstruct infinite numbers of any object living or inanimate at will, but it requires the sacrifice of the soul belonging to a loved one. And it was revealed to him by his father later on, that the soul of his mother had been the sacrifice during the awakening. Currently, in the latest installation of the novel, his ability is being clouded by Remurus's curse.
Ferris Eris (フェリス・エリス Ferisu Erisu?)
Voiced by: Ayahi Takagaki (Japanese), Luci Christian (English)[3]
A blonde-hair bishōjo with blue eyes, Ferris, who comes from a famous Swords-Clan (剣の一族 Tsurugi no Ichizoku?) designated to serve as guards to the King of Roland, is the heroine of the story. She carries a typically emotionless expression, is extremely proud of her own beauty, and is fanatic about dango (Japanese dumpling) and can do almost anything for the sake of dango. Her need for dango is so important that she once extended the classical expression on the three needs for survival, 'I', 'Shoku', 'Jū' (clothing ( i?), food ( shoku?),shelter ( ?)), to 'I', 'Shoku', 'Jū', 'Da', where 'Da' stands for 'dango'.
Before meeting Ryner, Ferris undergoes numerous torturous training and is abused as a child due to her family practicing the dark tradition of incest to keep its bloodline pure, which is a practice used to preserve the extraordinary strength and reflexes of the Eris clan. Ferris is originally supposed to marry her brother. However both Ferris and her sister were considered to be unworthy of preserving the Eris bloodline by her parents. At the age of fourteen, her parents attempt to rape Ferris in an attempt to conceive a new and possibly more suitable daughter, leading to their murder at the hands of her brother.
Ferris is incredibly skilled in the sword, moves with inhuman speed and reflexes, and assigned by Sion to accompany Ryner on his quest to search for the "Relics of Heroes". Milk once commented that because mages require time to finish their incantations, it's impossible for them (Milk and her party) to survive their encounter with Ferris because of her inhuman speed. Ferris enjoys teasing and bullying Ryner, but in truth see him as an important and capable partner. Their associates such as Sion, Toale, and Arua, among others, see their constant bantering as unreserved interactions between close friends. Ferris once thought Ryner to be naive and foolish when shown the first page of his report by Sion before they started their travels, in which he talked about an ideal world where nobody kills anyone, experiences the loss of a loved one, or ever suffers from wars and conflicts. However throughout their travels, and through the experiencing of multiple dangerous situations, they've formed a tight bond and developed a strong rapport and understanding of each other during fights. During this time, Ferris starts becoming capable of more emotions gradually, and started seeing Ryner as someone who cannot be left alone before he gets himself hurt again, physically and emotionally. Eventually, Ferris unconsciously develops deeper feelings for Ryner, bursting into tears and then going berserk when she believed Ryner to be dead, attacking an opponent far superior to her with no second thoughts other than vengeance and no thought of her own well-being.
After rescuing Ryner from prison, she later defects from Roland with Ryner, Iris, Arua and Kuku and was nearly killed by Froaude if not for Lucile's intervention, before traveling with the Anti-Roland Coalition. When Kiefer was later reunited with Ryner, and Ferris becomes aware of Kiefer and Ryner's feelings towards each other, she is shown to be capable of expressing jealousy and has never once called Kiefer directly by her name.
Ferris's sword possesses the "God Devouring (神喰い Kami Kurai?)" power a talisman Ryner's father placed in her sword, which can cut off the demon within Ryner, but with the price being her own life upon invocation. She was requested by Ryner's father to invoke this power to save Ryner when the time arises, and she gave him her word.
Sion Astal (シオン・アスタール Shion Asutāru??)
Voiced by: Daisuke Ono (Japanese), Eric Vale (English)[3]
Son of the previous king and a lowly commoner, Sion is the current king of Roland, located at the southern part of the continent of Menoris, just north of Estabul. He has silver hair and golden eyes. Because of his lowly birth, he was shunned and hated by his half brothers. While enrolled at the Roland Royal Special Military Academy, he got acquainted with Ryner and Kiefer. He vowed at a young age to become king so he can fix this corrupted world. During a war in the years he was enrolled in the military academy, after Ryner wiped out fifty Mage Knights from Estabul, which was mainly a result of Ryner's Alpha Stigma going out of control, Sion was given the credit and named Hero of Roland. Thereafter, together with Claugh and Calne, and with the secret backing of Lucile, he led a revolution and ascended the throne, and is often known as the "Hero King of Roland".
Sion is well loved by his people and his servants, and considers Ryner to be his best friend. However, within his own court, he has to deal with numerous antagonistic plots from the dissented nobles who preferred the old form of tyrannical rule, and when one of these plots killed Fiole, a commoner he befriended who became his personal assistant, he is filled with pain at his lack of power to prevent that. Sion is a tactical genius and perfectly willing to make sacrifices so the greater good can be accomplished, even if the method is often extreme, though he is frequently troubled when forced to choose between the lesser of two evils. During his reign as king, he is often torn by the knowledge that sacrifices had to be made as a result of his decisions to achieve his goals, which includes the conducting of inhumane experiments on other bearers of the "Cursed Eyes" to harness their powers as weapons, the killing of less to save more, and that sooner or later he must kill Ryner to secure his kingdom from within. He once remarked that while he wished for the same end as Ryner, the means by which he intends to use to secure the end greatly differs from that of Ryner's ideal. When Ryner received a note citing if he loses control of his power he will be put to death from one of Sion's soldiers, Ryner decides to join up with Tiir which cause the two to part ways. Sion become greatly distressed despite putting up a strong front toward his people until Lucille triggered the awakening of "The Mad Hero" in Sion's body.
Following the awakening of "The Mad Hero" inside Sion, he tries to kill Ryner to prevent "The Mad Hero" from devouring Ryner sending him to Hell, but fails to do so. Sion then gives his body to "The Mad Hero" who starts conquering other countries. Because of a contract made with "The Mad Hero (狂った勇者 アスルード・ローランド?, Asurūdo Rōrando)", the first King of Roland, enemy of "The Goddesses", "The Mad Hero" now resides in Sion and slowly consumes him from within, gradually leading him to suddenly exhibit moments of a split personality from time to time. In order to reach the territory of "The Goddesses", Sion initiated the invasion of Roland's former allies, which includes Imperial Nelpha and Runa Empire, and conquered the southern part of Menoris. Thereafter, he was betrayed by ally Remurus Empire and lost a part of his land as well as Calne, who appeared to be captured in the battle.

Media[edit]

Light novels[edit]

Manga[edit]

No. Release date ISBN
01 March 9, 2009[42] ISBN 978-4-04-712594-0
02 July 9, 2009[43] ISBN 978-4-04-712616-9
03 November 9, 2009[44] ISBN 978-4-04-712636-7
04 July 9, 2010[45] ISBN 978-4-04-712675-6
05 October 9, 2010[45] ISBN 978-4-04-712690-9

Web radio[edit]

The web radio show, The Legendary Radio of the Legendary Heroes, was hosted on Onsen Internet Radio Station and Animate TV,[46][47] and starred Jun Fukuyama, Ayahi Takagaki, and Daisuke Ono acting as their fictional counterpart Ryner Lute, Ferris Eris, and Sion Astal respectively. The first episode aired on May 21, 2010 and last one on December 24, 2010, spanning 32 episodes and sub-divided into 8 chapters. Each chapter is accompanied by a theme and usually, with one or more special guests who are usually either another voice actor from the cast, the anime director or the author of the original series, Kagami Takaya.[46] Summary of each radio show episode can be found on Presepe.[48]

Video game[edit]

Legendary Saga a PSP game based on the first 3 novels was released on February 18, 2010 in Japan.[49]

Anime[edit]

In January 2010, it was announced an anime adaption of the series.[50] The series was adapted into a 24 episode run by studio Zexcs, directed by Itsuro Kawasaki, the music confided to Miyu Nakamura and the character design done by Noriko Shimazawa.[51][52] The anime started broadcast on TV Tokyo on July 1, 2010, followed by TV Osaka, TV Aichi and AT-X.[53][54] The first Blu-ray and DVD of the anime was released on October 22, 2010.[55]

For episodes 1 to 12, the opening and ending theme singles are "Lament: Joy Soon" (LAMENT~やがて喜びを~"LAMENT ~Yagate Yorokobi wo~"?) performed by Aira Yuhki, produced by Lantis and released on July 21, 2010 with catalog number LACM-4732,[56] and "Truth Of My Destiny" performed by Ceui, produced by Lantis and released on August 11, 2010 with catalog number LACM-4734,[56] respectively. "Lament: Joy Soon" peak ranked 64th on Oricon singles charts,[57] and was an Oricon "Pick" on their 2010 Anime Theme Songs/Summer editorial.[58] "Truth Of My Destiny" peak ranked 75th on Oricon singles charts.[59]

For episodes 13 to 24, the opening and ending theme singles, are "Last Inferno" performed by Ceui and released on October 27, 2010,[60] and (光のフィルメント?) or Hikari no Firumento performed by Takagaki Ayahi and released on November 17, 2010, respectively.[60]

In English, the series is licensed by Funimation in North America and had a simulcast release.[61] Funimation has also dubbed this series and it can be found on many media; such as Netflix and Hulu.

Reception[edit]

As of January 28, 2011, the light novels have sold over 4,300,000 copies.[62]

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