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Prior to the beginning of the story, the Earth has shattered into billions of pieces which orbit around a central core. In this new world, named Skyland, an evolved form of human has appeared: Seijins, who absorb energy from sunlight and use it to fuel special abilities such as telekinesis, telepathy, mental control, astral projection, energy balls or blasts, and electric rays. The Skyland is ruled by the Sphere: an organization which controls the water supplies, and maintains its power by Guardians trained from childhood. This dictatorship is fought by pirates. After the capture of their mother by the Sphere, protagonists Mahad and Lena, a young Seijin still learning to control her powers, are rescued by a group of pirates, and join the pirate rebellion. "A Trip To Skyland". Animation World Network. 9 Story Entertainment. February 2007. Retrieved 25 January 2011. Written by
i'm giving this a 4 because i keep trying to watch it and am put off every time by the awful awful dialogue. the animators must be so frustrated with the terrible writing. there should be a moratorium on the use of the phrase "more powerful than you can possibly imagine" for the next, say hundred years. i could only recommend this show with the sound turned off.
but the animation. beautiful. so much attention to detail and atmosphere. rivals the better Japanese stuff. my only quibble is that sometimes the characters seem out of place against the backgrounds. i'm guessing they are motion-captured.
anyway, i say fire the writers and the show could only benefit.
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