The Faraway Paladin

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The Faraway Paladin
The Faraway Paladin light novel volume 1 cover.jpg
First light novel volume cover
最果てのパラディン
(Saihate no Paradin)
GenreFantasy, isekai[1]
Novel series
Written byKanata Yanagino
Published byShōsetsuka ni Narō
Original runMay 2015 – present
Light novel
Written byKanata Yanagino
Illustrated byKususaga Rin
Published byOverlap
English publisher
ImprintOverlap Bunko
DemographicMale
Original runMarch 2016 – present
Volumes5 (List of volumes)
Manga
Written byKanata Yanagino
Illustrated byMutsumi Okuhashi
Published byOverlap
English publisher
MagazineComic Gardo
DemographicShōnen
Original runSeptember 25, 2017 – present
Volumes8 (List of volumes)
Anime television series
Directed byYuu Nobuta
Written byTatsuya Takahashi
Music byRyūichi Takada
Keigo Hoashi
StudioChildren's Playground Entertainment
Licensed byCrunchyroll
Original networkTokyo MX, AT-X, BS NTV
English network
Original run October 9, 2021 – present
Episodes12 (List of episodes)

The Faraway Paladin (最果てのパラディン, Saihate no Paradin) is a Japanese light novel series written by Kanata Yanagino and illustrated by Kususaga Rin. It began serialization online in May 2015 on the user-generated novel publishing website Shōsetsuka ni Narō. It was later acquired by Overlap, who have published four volumes since March 2016 under their Overlap Bunko imprint. A manga adaptation with art by Mutsumi Okuhashi has been serialized online via Overlap's Comic Gardo website since September 2017 and has been collected in eight tankōbon volumes. Both the light novel and manga are licensed in North America by J-Novel Club. An anime television series adaptation by Children's Playground Entertainment aired from October 2021 to January 2022. A second season has been announced.

Plot[edit]

In a city of the dead, long since ruined and far from human civilization, lives a single human child. His name is Will, and he's being raised by three undead: the hearty skeletal warrior, Blood; the graceful mummified priestess, Mary; and the crotchety spectral sorcerer, Gus. The three pour love into the boy, and teach him all they know.

But one day, Will starts to wonder: "Who am I?" Will must unravel the mysteries of this faraway dead man's land, and unearth the secret pasts of the undead. He must learn the love and mercy of the good gods, and the bigotry and madness of the bad. And when he knows it all, the boy will take his first step on the path to becoming a paladin.

"I promised you. It's gonna take a while, but I'll tell you everything. This is the story of the deaths of many heroes. It's the story of how we died, and it's the reason you grew up here."

Characters[edit]

William G. Maryblood (ウィリアム・G・マリーブラッド, Wiriamu G Marīburaddo) / Will (ウィル, Wiru)
Voiced by: Maki Kawase[1] (Japanese); Erica Mendez[2] (English)
William is a human boy reincarnated from our world, who retains his past memories while living in city of the dead. He was raised by Mary and Blood, while Gus teaches him magic. Eventually after he becomes of age, he learns of the truth about the God of the Undead Stagnate, whose echo he confronts and defeats with the help of his newly formed contract with Gracefeel, the Goddess of Light.
Blood (ブラッド, Buraddo)
Voiced by: Katsuyuki Konishi[1] (Japanese); Bill Butts[2] (English)
Blood is a skeletal warrior, and Will's foster father as well as his combat instructor. As a human, he was a worshipper of Blaze, the god of fire and technology.
Mary (マリー, Marī)
Voiced by: Yui Horie[1] (Japanese); Veronica Taylor[2] (English)
A mummified priestess and Will's foster mother. She guided him about essential day-to-day tasks. She often serves him bread which Will finds out later on was a received through prayer sorcery. Mary had vowed to live according to the will of Mater the earth-mother but had to make a contract with Stagnate the god of the undead in order to continue their existence. Because of this betrayal, Mary catches fire every time she prays to Mater.
Augustus (オーガスタス, Ōgasutasu) / Gus (ガス, Gasu)
Voiced by: Nobuo Tobita[1] (Japanese); Kirk Thornton[2] (English)
Gus is a spectral sorcerer who is Will's foster grandfather as well as his teacher in sorcery. He is an irascible old man who didn't like getting bound, so his vows were to Whirl, the God of Wind, to live his life the way he chose and to enjoy it.
Meneldor (メネルドール, Menerudōru) / Menel (メネル, Meneru)
Voiced by: Ayumu Murase[1] (Japanese); Griffin Puatu[2] (English)
A male half-elf archer that Will meets on the road after leaving home. While gruff and reluctant owing to previous bad experiences, he eventually comes to accept William as the first real friend he's had in his life.
Gracefeel (グレイスフィール, Gureisufīru)
Voiced by: Aoi Yūki[3] (Japanese); Veronica Taylor[2] (English)
The goddess to whom Will has devoted himself. She is the daughter of the gods Volt (god of justice and lightning) and Mater (goddess of the earth and child-rearing). Gracefeel is responsible for guiding the souls of the dead back into the cycle of rebirth by using her lantern to light their way. With her influence greatly diminished among the people in the other world, Will tries to act in her interest in order to spread her faith once again. He later confesses to Gracefeel that she has become the love of his life; an admission that the goddess responds to with a gentle, but not entirely reluctant rebuff.
Stagnate (スタグネイト, Sutaguneito)
Voiced by: Hiroki Takahashi[3]
The deity of the Undead whom Blood, Mary, and Gus made a contract to. She is the eldest daughter of Volt and Mater, and Gracefeel's older sister. Although she is female, her echo assumes a male form.
Tonio (トニオ)
Voiced by: Kōji Yusa[4]
A traveling salesman that Will meets and befriends.
Robina Goodfellow (ロビィナ・グッドフェロー, Robiina Guddoferō) / Bee (ビィ, Bii)
Voiced by: Eri Suzuki[4]
A halfling bard. She tells tales, sings, and in the anime, she plays a three-stringed rebec.
Ethelbald Rex Southmark (エセルバルド・レックス・サウスマーク, Eserubarudo Rekkusu Sausumāku)
Voiced by: Atsushi Tamaru[5]
The crown prince of the Southmark kingdom and ruler of the city of Whitesails.
Bart Bagley (バート・バグリー, Bāto Bagurī)
Voiced by: Minoru Inaba[5]
A bishop who is in charge of the temple in Whitesails and is a rather rude but caring character.
Anna (アンナ, Anna)
Voiced by: Keiko Watanabe
A novice priestess at the Whitesails temple, and Bishop Bagley's adopted daughter. She later becomes Reystov's wife.
Reystov (レイストフ, Reisutofu)
Voiced by: Kenji Nomura[5]
An adventurer that Will hires while in Whitesails. Originally a member of a mountain tribe in a region known as Volt's Stove, he became a warrior to avenge his family after they were massacred by a neighbor village, but later gave up on this revenge quest and became a renowned adventuring warrior.
Vindalfr (ヴィンダールヴ, Vindāruvu) / Al (ルゥ, )
A young dwarf who is a descendant and heir of Aurvangr, the last king of the dwarven realm of the Iron Mountains before its fall to the demon monster hordes. Although kind and considerate, he has become introverted and deadly shy due to the pressure of the expectations set on him by his fellow dwarves. After William re-encourages him, he becomes the Paladin's squire and travelling companion.

Media[edit]

Light novels[edit]

The series is written by Kanata Yanagino and illustrated by Kususaga Rin. It began serialization online in May 2015 on the user-generated novel publishing website Shōsetsuka ni Narō. It was later acquired by Overlap, who has published four volumes since March 2016 under their Overlap Bunko imprint.[6] J-Novel Club licensed the series for English publication.[6]

No. Title Original release date English release date
1The Boy in the City of the Dead
死者の街の少年
March 25, 2016[7]
978-4-86554-104-5
February 2, 2017[8]
978-1-71832-390-2
2The Archer of Beast Woods
獣の森の射手
July 25, 2016[9]
978-4-86554-137-3
April 27, 2017[10]
978-1-71832-391-9
3The Lord of the Rust Mountains: Primus
鉄錆の山の王〈上〉
December 25, 2016[11]
978-4-86554-177-9
July 27, 2017[12]
978-1-71832-392-6
3.5The Lord of the Rust Mountains: Secundus
鉄錆の山の王〈下〉
December 25, 2016[13]
978-4-86554-176-2
October 13, 2017[14]
978-1-71832-393-3
4The Torch Port Ensemble
灯火の港の群像
September 25, 2017[15]
978-4-86554-256-1
April 9, 2018[16]
978-1-71832-394-0

Manga[edit]

A manga adaptation with art by Mutsumi Okuhashi has been serialized online via Overlap's Comic Gardo website since September 25, 2017.[17][18] It has been collected in eight tankōbon volumes. J-Novel Club is also publishing it in English.[18]

No. Original release date Original ISBN English release date English ISBN
1 March 25, 2018[19]978-4-86-554334-6November 27, 2019[20]978-1-71-834750-2
2 October 25, 2018[21]978-4-86-554411-4February 5, 2020[22]978-1-71-834751-9
3 April 25, 2019[23]978-4-86-554486-2May 6, 2020[24]978-1-71-834752-6
4 October 25, 2019[25]978-4-86-554565-4February 24, 2021[26]978-1-71-834753-3
5 May 25, 2020[27]978-4-86-554671-2June 16, 2021[28]978-1-71-834754-0
6 November 25, 2020[29]978-4-86-554795-5September 1, 2021[30]978-1-71-834755-7
7 April 25, 2021[31]978-4-86-554899-0December 15, 2021[32]978-1-71-834756-4
8 September 25, 2021[33]978-4-82-400010-1March 16, 2022[34]978-1-71-834757-1

Anime[edit]

An anime television series adaptation was announced on April 17, 2021. The series is animated by Children's Playground Entertainment and directed by Yuu Nobuta, with Tatsuya Takahashi overseeing the series' scripts, Koji Haneda designing the characters, and Ryūichi Takada and Keigo Hoashi from MONACA composing the music. It aired from October 9, 2021 to January 3, 2022 on Tokyo MX, AT-X, and BS NTV.[1] The opening theme is "The Sacred Torch" performed by H-el-ical// while the ending theme is "Shirushibi" (Mark of Fire) performed by Nagi Yanagi.[3] Crunchyroll has licensed the series outside of Asia and Oceania (excluding Australia and Zealand),[35] while Medialink licensed the series in South Asia, Southeast Asia, and the rest of Oceania,[36] and co-licensed with Disney+ through Star content hub in Taiwan, Hong Kong and selected Southeast Asia countries.[37] On December 25, 2021, a second season was announced to be in production.[38]

On October 28, 2021, Crunchyroll announced the series will receive an English dub, which premiered on November 27, 2021.[2]

No.Title [39][40]Directed by [39]Written by [39]Storyboarded by [39]Original air date [41]
1"The Boy from the City of the Dead"
Transcription: "Shisha no Machi no Shōnen" (Japanese: 死者の街の少年)
Shin MatsuoTatsuya TakahashiYū NobutaOctober 9, 2021 (2021-10-09)[a]
After passing away, a man reincarnates in a fantasy-like world as Will, an orphan raised by three undead warriors: Blood, the skeleton swordsman, Mary, the mummified priestess and Gus, the ghost sorcerer.
2"The Wandering Sage"
Transcription: "Hōkō no Kenja" (Japanese: 彷徨の賢者)
Shunji YoshidaTatsuya TakahashiHidetoshi NamuraOctober 16, 2021 (2021-10-16)[a]
A few years later, Will focuses on his training so that he can learn to fend for himself. With his coming of age ceremony at hand, he also must prepare for the day he will part ways with his foster family.
3"Payday"
Transcription: "Yakusoku no Hi" (Japanese: 約束の日)
Naoki MurataGōto AogiriIchizō KobayashiOctober 23, 2021 (2021-10-23)
The day of Will's coming of age arrives, and Blood, Mary and Gus explain to him how two hundred years ago they battled the Demon High King who was ravaging the land, and were aided by Stagnate, God of the Undead, in sealing him away in exchange for their service as the High King's undead guardians. Right after Will passes his trial, Stagnate appears to collect on their debt.
4"The Goddess of the Divine Torch"
Transcription: "Tomoshibi no Megami" (Japanese: 灯火の女神)
Matsuo AsamiGōto AogiriHiroshi MatsuzonoOctober 30, 2021 (2021-10-30)
Because they have lost their connection to the task Stagnate has given them by raising Will, Stagnate has come to collect Blood, Mary and Gus' souls, but also takes notice of Will himself. After Stagnate is driven off, the anguished Will confesses to his foster family that he was reincarnated from another world. Finally finding his purpose in life in saving them from damnation, Will pledges himself to Gracefeel, Goddess of Light, and gains her divine protection.
5"The Helmet of Will"
Transcription: "Ishi no Kabuto" (Japanese: 意志の兜)
Shin MatsuoTatsuya TakahashiYū NobutaNovember 6, 2021 (2021-11-06)
Stagnate returns once more to collect the souls of Will's family, but with some intervention by Mater, Mary's deity, Will is able to vanquish the evil god. Their souls saved, Blood and Mary die in peace. Gus, the only one remaining with Gracefeel's blessing to keep guarding the High King, sends Will out into the world with a new name: G. Maryblood, in honor of his adopted family.
An after-credit scene details an exchange between Blood and Mary on the last day of their mortal lives about their future as a family.
6"Archer of Beast Woods"
Transcription: "Kemono no Mori no Ite" (Japanese: 獣の森の射手)
Yūsuke OnodaTatsuya TakahashiHidetoshi NamuraNovember 13, 2021 (2021-11-13)
On his way to seek out human habitation, Will encounters Menel, a half-elf archer and hunter, but they remain wary of each other until they part ways. The following night, however, a revelation sent by Gracefeel leads Will to a nearby outsider village which is being attacked by a band of raiders led by Menel. After Will bloodlessly subdues them, the raiders reveal that a demon horde has decimated their village, leading to the attack. After offering reparations with the treasures given to him by Gus, Will declares to cleanse the demon-occupied village with Menel's help.
7"Traumatic Memory"
Transcription: "Sangeki no Kioku" (Japanese: 惨劇の記憶)
Naoki MurataTatsuya TakahashiHiroshi MatsuzonoNovember 20, 2021 (2021-11-20)
Arriving at the village, Will and Menel defeat the demons occupying it and grant those villagers who were turned into undead a peaceful passing into the afterlife. The last of them, the ghost of village wisewoman Maple, informs them of a stronghold from whence the demons were sent before she leaves, and after the surviving villagers have returned, Menel, as a way to atone for his past misdeeds in life, entrusts himself to Will's spiritual guidance.
7.5"Recap Episode: The Path Taken"
Transcription: "Sōshūhen Michiyuki" (Japanese: 総集編 道行)
Tomo IshiiN/AN/ANovember 27, 2021 (2021-11-27)
A recap episode summarizing the events of episodes 1 to 7.
8"Songs of Heroism"
Transcription: "Eiketsu no Uta" (Japanese: 英傑の詩)
Takahiro HirataGōto AogiriIchizō KobayashiDecember 4, 2021 (2021-12-04)
While travelling to the port town of Whitesails to purchase supplies for rebuilding the village, Will and Menel rescue wandering trader Tonio and his partner, halfling bard Robina "Bee" Goodfellow from a rabid giant ape. They decide to continue their travels together, and Will ends up learning from Bee how his foster parents once vanquished a wyvern to save the lives of a half-elf girl and her boyfriend. On their way, Tonio relates that a royal succession struggle might be brewing between the previous king's successor, Prince Owen, and his brother, rightful crown prince and Whitesail's ruler, Prince Ethelbald Rex Fertile.
9"Whitesails"
Transcription: "Howaitoseiruzu" (Japanese: 白帆の都 (ホワイトセイルズ))
Matsuo AsamiGōto AogiriHidetoshi NamuraDecember 11, 2021 (2021-12-11)
Will's group reaches Whitesails, where he meets local bishop Bart Bageley and learns how faith in Gracefeel has diminished since the war with the High King. Shortly after, the town is attacked by a wyvern, and with the city guard being unable to fight it, Will and Menel team up to defeat it, which earns Will the title Wyvern Killer. This draws the attention of Prince Ethelbald, who requests Will to meet him. Will uses the opportunity to ask for troops to fight the recent demon incursions from the Beast Woods. When Ethelbald declares that he is unable to do so, Will instead asks for permission to hire adventurers and mercenaries to combat this threat on his own.
10"Renowned Glory"
Transcription: "Bukun no Kagayaki" (Japanese: 武勲の輝き)
Yūsuke OnodaGōto AogiriHiroshi MatsuzonoDecember 18, 2021 (2021-12-18)
Despite his reservations about Will's request, which could very well be used to challenge his authority, and Bishop Bagley's scepticism, Ethelbald decides to grant it, and has Will elevated to a paladin in the bargain. They start looking for hired help in their task; the first to take that offer is a rugged but renowned warrior named Reystov. The next day, Will is made a knight and paladin of the Southmark.
11"Valley of Despair"
Transcription: "Zetsubō no Tani" (Japanese: 絶望の谷)
Naoki MurataTatsuya TakahashiHiroyuki ŌshimaDecember 25, 2021 (2021-12-25)
Will and his friends start their relief efforts in the villages near Beast Woods. When a scouting party goes missing in the forest, Will, Menel and Reystov investigate and run into an ambush by a large horde of demon beasts led by a chimera. While Will manages to repel the beasts, the powers granted by Gracefeel appear to desert him, which leaves Mendel seriously injured. Remorseful about his supposed arrogance of trusting the people he had pledged to protect to keep him safe, Will takes his leave, resolving to confront the demons on his own to avoid endangering his friends.
12"The Faraway Paladin"
Transcription: "Saihate no Paradin" (Japanese: 最果ての聖騎士 (パラディン))
Shin MatsuoTatsuya TakahashiYū NobutaJanuary 3, 2022 (2022-01-03)[b]
Will is intercepted by Menel, who refuses to let him go off without a fight, forcing Will to relent and return to the village. Together with their companions, they begin to work out a plan to eliminate the demon beasts, and Will and Menel fight their way to the demon chief's hideout. Confronted by the chimera, Will realizes that the demon beasts were summoned to clear the Beast Woods of human habitation so that demons could take over the City of the Dead and enable the High King's release. While Will and Menel defeat the chimera, Reystov slips past them and kills the chief demon. As the village celebrates, Menel suggests that, with this victory, Will is in a good position to assume official governorship over the Beast Wood; and after some reluctance, Will acknowledges its merits for his mission to re-promote Gracefeel's faith.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Episodes 1 and 2 were pre-screened on September 26, 2021.[42]
  2. ^ This episode has been delayed to Monday, January 3rd 2022, airing at 10:30 p.m. JST, 30 minutes after the original air time on Tokyo MX.[43]

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