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Yôsuke Kuroda (screenplay) and
Tiffany Grant (adaptation)
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One young hero... A legendary sword... The forces of evil are in serious trouble!
An anime based on the popular Nintendo video game.
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 (Series Cast)
Takeshi Aono ... Garnef

Bryan Bounds ... Abel (voice: English version)
Robert Bundy ... King Cornelius (voice: English version) (as Rob Bundy)

Charles Campbell ... Bartz, Garnef (voice: English version)

Tiffany Grant ... Lena (voice: English version)
Matt Greenfield ... Various (voice: English version)
Nobuyuki Hiyama ... Kain
Akira Ishida ... Gordon (voice)
Seizô Katô ... Jaygun
Yasuhiko Kawazu ... Dorga
Jûrôta Kosugi ... Oguma
Takehito Koyasu ... Navahl (voice)
Aaron Krohn ... Navahl (voice: English version)
Jason Lee ... Dohga (voice: English version)
Guil Lunde ... Slave Trader (voice: English version)
Tristan MacAvery ... Bandit Leader, Narrator (voice: English version)
Hikaru Midorikawa ... Mars
Rob Mungle ... Oguma (voice: English version)
Michiko Neya ... Lena
Ryôtarô Okiayu ... Abel
Ai Orikasa ... Young Mars
Andy Orjuela ... Various (voice: English version)
Rick Peeples ... Advisor, Bect (voice: English version)
Lorraine Reyes ... Various (voice: English version)
Phil Ross ... King Of Talis (voice: English version)
Kim Sevier ... Sheida (voice: English version)
Sumi Shimamoto ... Elis
Doug Smith ... Various (2015) (voice: English version)

Spike Spencer ... Prince Mars (voice: English version)
Kurt Stoll ... Gordon (voice: English version)
Kyle Sturdivant ... Cain (voice: English version)
John Swasey ... Jaigan (voice: English version)
Wataru Takagi ... Bartz
Sakura Tange ... Shiida
Brett Weaver ... Julian (voice: English version)
Amanda Winn Lee ... Bect's Granddaughter, Elis (voice: English version) (as Amanda Winn)
Kappei Yamaguchi ... Julian
Akio Ôtsuka ... Cornelius and the narrator

Directed by
Shin Misawa 
Writing credits
Yôsuke Kuroda (screenplay)

Tiffany Grant (adaptation)

Produced by
Ayumi Enomoto .... animation producer
Shôzô Kaga .... associate producer: Nintendo/Intelligent Systems
Masao Mochizuki .... producer
Original Music by
Hiroyuki Kôzu 
Yuka Tsujiyoko (original game music)
Film Editing by
David Grundy (English version)
Akihiro Kawasaki 
Toshihiko Kojima 
Keiki Miyake 
Hideaki Murai 
Yumiko Nakaba 
Art Direction by
Kazuo Ogura 
Production Management
Satoshi Hasegawa .... production supervisor (episode 1)
Ôgo Zuikô .... production supervisor (episode 2)
Art Department
Shin Misawa .... storyboard artist
Nobuhito Sue .... artboards
Sound Department
Ken'ichirô Aranuma .... recording assistant: Tokyo TV Center (episode 2)
Eiji Horita .... recording assistant (episode 2)
Kôichi Iizuka .... sound producer
Kazumi Kanaya .... sound mixer (episode 2)
Shizuo Kurahashi .... sound effects: Sound Box
Kazuya Tanaka .... sound director: B-Line
Camera and Electrical Department
Kenji Chikaoka .... camera operator: Azuhata Production (episodes 1, 2)
Shinichi Sasano .... camera operator: Azuhata Production (episodes 1, 2)
Atsuo Tsukioka .... camera operator: Azuhata Production (episodes 1, 2)
Masami Yoshida .... camera operator: Azuhata Production (episodes 1, 2)
Animation Department
Koichi Arai .... animator
Sachiko Fujiwara .... inbetween artist: Studio Hatenkô
Yasunaga Fukamoto .... inbetween artist: Studio Hatenkô
Yoshimi Hatayama .... cel painter: M.A.C. (episode 2)
Chieko Hibi .... cel painter: Studio Kuma
Ai Hidaka .... cel painter: M.A.C.
Kaori Higuchi .... animator
Shinobu Hirayama .... cel painter: Studio Kuma
Mayumi Hirota .... animator
Yoko Ikegawa .... inbetween artist: Studio Takuranke
Shôko Ikemoto .... cel painter: M.A.C. (episode 2)
Miyuki Inoue .... animator
Yasuhiro Irie .... animator
Yasushi Isoi .... inbetween artist: Studio Takuranke
Midori Isshiki .... color key artist
Masahiko Itojima .... animator
Shûko Itô .... color designer
Shûko Itô .... color key artist
Yûzô Itô .... inbetween artist: Studio Kuma (episode 1)
Yoko Kadokami .... animator
Fumie Kamiyama .... inbetween artist: Studio Takuranke
Yoshie Kaneshiro .... cel painter: Studio Kuma
Hirokazu Karai .... inbetween artist: Studio Hatenkô
Hiromi Karitani .... background artist: Kusanagi (episodes 1-2)
Eizô Kawada .... inbetween artist: Studio Takuranke
Noboru Kawamori .... inbetween artist: Studio Angle
Yuji Kihara .... background artist: Kusanagi
Tsuyoshi Kimura .... animator
Yoshiko Kishi .... cel painter: I.M. Studio
Fumitomo Kizaki .... animator
Takahiro Kobayashi .... animator
Rie Kondou .... inbetween artist: Studio Takuranke
Yoshimi Koshikawa .... cel painter: Studio Kuma
Masahiko Kubo .... animator
Miyuki Kubo .... inbetween artist: Studio Hatenkô
Kazuya Kuroda .... animator
Misa Kuwabara .... animator
Kinue Matsui .... cel painter: M.A.C.
Kouji Matsuyama .... animator
Naomi Miyoshi .... inbetween artist: Studio Hatenkô
Kazuya Morimae .... inbetween artist: Studio Angle
Kaoru Morita .... cel painter: I.M. Studio
Yûji Moriyama .... animation director
Yûji Moriyama .... character designer
Hiromi Muranaka .... animator
Hisashi Nabetani .... cel painter: I.M. Studio
Hiroyuki Nakamura .... animator
Yûko Nakano .... cel painter: Studio Kuma
Nozomi Nakayama .... inbetween artist: Studio Takuranke
Yôji Nakaza .... background artist: Kusanagi
Yôji Niizuma .... animator
Hiromi Nishikawa .... inbetween artist: Studio Takuranke
Minoru Noguchi .... cel painter: Studio Kuma
Kôji Odagiri .... cel painter: Studio Kuma
Kazuo Ogura .... background artist: Kusanagi
Mitsuru Ohara .... inbetween artist: Studio Kuma
Yûko Okabe .... cel painter: M.A.C.
Tomoko Okamoto .... cel painter: M.A.C.
Mito Ozaki .... cel painter: I.M. Studio
Hisashi Saitô .... animator
Tsuyoshi Saitô .... inbetween artist: Studio Kuma (episode 1)
Yuki Sakata .... background artist: Kusanagi
Yasuo Satô .... inbetween artist: Studio Takuranke
Takeshi Sawada .... inbetween artist: Studio Hatenkô
Norio Soga .... inbetween artist: Studio Angle
Nobuhito Sue .... background artist: Kusanagi
Tsukasa Sugimori .... cel painter: Studio Kuma
Hideki Tachibana .... inbetween artist: Studio Takuranke
Shin'ya Takahashi .... animator
Tooru Takahashi .... animator
Masami Takamura .... cel painter: M.A.C.
Yasuyo Takayama .... cel painter: I.M. Studio (episode 2)
Takako Tamura .... inbetween artist: Studio Hatenkô
Hiroshi Tanaka .... inbetween artist: Studio Takuranke (episodes 1-2)
Miho Tanaka .... cel painter: M.A.C.
Kôji Taniguchi .... inbetween artist: Studio Angle
Kenji Teraoka .... animator
Yûto Teshima .... inbetween artist: Studio Kuma
Katsutoshi Tsunoda .... animator
Keiko Watanabe .... inbetween artist
Katsuhisa Yamamoto .... inbetween artist: Studio Hatenkô
Kuniko Yamashita .... cel painter: M.A.C.
Kayoko Yamazaki .... cel painter: M.A.C. (episode 2)
Manabu Yasumoto .... inbetween artist: Studio Angle
Hajime Yoshida .... inbetween checker
Takuji Yoshimoto .... animator
Yasuhiro Ôshima .... animation director (as Yasuhiro Ohshima)
Casting Department
Yasuaki Tsuno .... casting
Editorial Department
Hiroshi Munekazu .... video editing
Music Department
Soichiro Harada .... music producer
Other crew
Yôko Aoyama .... advertising

Production CompaniesDistributors
  • KSS (1995) (Japan) (video)
Other Companies

Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Faia emuburemu" - Japan (original title)
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30 min (2 episodes)
Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »

Did You Know?

Based off of the Nintendo Entertainment System game: Fire Emblem: Ankoku Ryu to Hikari no Ken (Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragons and the Blade of Light) released in 1990. The game was remade for the Super Nintendo as Fire Emblem: Monshou no Nazo (Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem) in 1994, then again for the Nintendo DS in Fire Emblem: Shin Ankoku Ryu to Hikari no Ken ; to Hikari no Ken (Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon) in 2008.See more »
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6 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
Video Game come to anime, 18 July 2005
Author: bluebeatleweirdo from United States

Fire Emblem is a short OAV that was created after the Super Famicom (Super Nintendo)game Fire Emblem: Monshou no Nazo. It is the story about a young prince named Mars who was forced out of his country. While the continent was at war, Mars with his knights from the kingdom of Aritia set out and gather members along the way to defeat the high priest Garnef and the evil dragon of darkness, Medius. The goal, defeat the enemy and save the continent of Akenea from the evils of the land.

This is a short 2 episode OAV that takes you through the first 3 levels of the game and gives you back history on some of the characters. Unfortunately this storyline was never finished which is sad because it was just getting good. Over all though, after playing the game and watching the anime I will say the transition from game to anime was well done.

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