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Scrapped Princess 

Sukurappudo purinsesu (original title)
The adventures of a princess prophesized to destroy the world and her magic using sibling warrior bodyguards determined to protect her.
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Mari Devon ...  Queen Elmyr 24 episodes, 2003
Crispin Freeman ...  Shannon Casull / ... 19 episodes, 2003
Kari Wahlgren ...  Pacifica Casull / ... 19 episodes, 2003
Bridget Hoffman ...  Raquel Casull 18 episodes, 2003
Kate Higgins ...  Zefiris 15 episodes, 2003
Steve Staley ...  Christopher Bairach / ... 15 episodes, 2003
Michelle Ruff ...  Winia Chester / ... 13 episodes, 2003
Wendee Lee ...  Beast Princess / ... 12 episodes, 2003
Karen Strassman ...  Steyr / ... 12 episodes, 2003
Julie Ann Taylor Julie Ann Taylor ...  Cz 12 episodes, 2003
Lia Sargent ...  Eirote 11 episodes, 2003
Yuri Lowenthal ...  Leo 10 episodes, 2003
Dave Mallow ...  General Peters-Stahl 10 episodes, 2003
Dave Wittenberg ...  Forsythe / ... 10 episodes, 2003
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The adventures of a princess prophesized to destroy the world and her magic using sibling warrior bodyguards determined to protect her.

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Referenced in Kameo: Elements of Power (2005) See more »

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Tired old themes that don't mesh well in Anime
25 September 2014 | by BethelAbbaSee all my reviews

Religion... Bad.... Restrains freedom.

Yawn. This age old rhetoric finds little new ground here in what I thought would be a fascinating tale of a princess nobody wants. Instead I find that the themes and subject matter are simple one dimensional rehashings of a tale as old as time: Nobody likes religion, therefore it must be inherently bad.

While the Anime itself is pretty well done (hence my rating of 2, rather than 1) and at times is quite fascinating to look at, sadly that is the only thing that stands out in this yawn-fest of simplistic predictable characters and story lines. By the time I had gotten to the 3rd episode I could already tell you who was going to be the main protagonist for each episode... and from that point forward I never missed a single one. There are no surprises here.

If you are looking for fascinating sci-fi.... turn to Blue Gender, Full Metal Alchemist, Armitage (Poly or Dual), or any other number of far better Japanese anime. If you're just looking to waste time and be bored... well... here's one you'll not regret on that front.

BTW: Obviously those who did the subtitles even got bored --- they couldn't get "Cis" (or Cz) name right ONE SINGLE TIME when she was in child form. Kept calling her "Cin"... which doesn't even sound close to what was being said.

Trust me... this is one to take a pass on... I sure wish I hadn't spent the money on it.


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Japanese

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26 April 2005 (USA) See more »

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(24 episodes)

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