Legend of Crystania

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Legend of Crystania
はじまりの冒険者たち レジェンド・オブ・クリスタニア
(Hajimari no Bōkenshatachi: Rejendo obu Kurisutania)
Genre Action, Fantasy
Anime film
Directed by Ryūtarō Nakamura
Produced by Tsuguhiko Kadokawa
Written by Ryo Mizuno
Music by Michiru Oshima
Toshihiko Sahashi
Studio Triangle Staff
Licensed by
Released July 29, 1995
Runtime 80 minutes
Original video animation
Legend of Crystania: The Chaos Ring
Directed by Ryutaro Nakamura
Produced by Kazuo Yokoyama
Written by Akinori Endo
Music by Michiru Oshima
Toshihiko Sahashi
Studio Triangle Staff
Licensed by
Released November 21, 1996April 3, 1997
Runtime 45 minutes per episode
Episodes 3 (List of episodes)
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Legend of Crystania (はじまりの冒険者たち レジェンド・オブ・クリスタニア?, Hajimari no Bōkenshatachi: Rejendo obu Kurisutania, First Adventurers: Legend of Crystania) is a full-length Japanese animated motion picture. The film has been officially released on VHS and DVD in North America by ADV Films. It takes place in the same fantasy world as two other series, Record of Lodoss War and Rune Soldier, albeit on a different continent. It focuses on the land which Ashram sailed to after the Lodoss series, a world called Crystania which is under the rule of the animal gods. Ashram is king of the people of Marmo, the cursed island in Record of Lodoss War.

In order to secure a future for his people, as well as his companion Pirotess, Ashram is forced to make a pact with an evil god called Barbas. Most of the plot in Crystania centres on Pirotess's (now called Sheru) quest to free Ashram from the evil Barbas, although the main character is called Prince Redon.

Many new characters are introduced in the course of the film. Its sequel, the three-part original video animation (OVA) series Legend of Crystania: The Chaos Ring, goes into the story in further detail. These episodes were released on VHS and later on DVD (as a single movie) in North America by ADV Films.

English voice cast[edit]


  • Opening Theme: "The Map of Light" by Hitomi Mieno.
  • Ending Theme: "Save my love" by Satoko Shimonari.

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