In the opening credits can be seen a wizard casting some spells. This wizard is identified by Rahman as Naszín. However, he isn't part of the series, as well as Rahman explains to Hanstor in the first episode that Naszín was killed by the dragon Balark during the siege to Dragon Island several years ago. See more »
I've been in love with these series since I was a kid. It's one of these very rare accidents when a perfect animation design meets a deep and involving storyline. At the time I was reading the works of J.R.R.Tolkien, and could only compare this series to "Hobbit/LOTR in Space", and trust me, the comparison is well deserved.
It's beyond me why the Spanish television and producers have not made attempts to popularize this jewel. If you ask me, it doesn't get any better than this. My only regret now is that it's so difficult to find translations or at least original transcript. But I still hope the fan base of "The Magic Crown" ("La corona mágica") will eventually prevail, and we will see some day a remastered DVD or Blu-ray edition published, with subtitles and everything.
The quality of the original production definitely deserves more adequate attention.
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