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Elemental Gelade

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Elemental Gelade Japanese: エレメンタルジェレイド, Hepburn: Erementaru Jereido, also translated as "Erementar Gerad" is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Mayumi Azuma The fantasy adventure and a tale of a group of five who are on a journey to Edel Garden, the birthplace of mystical beings called Edel Raids who are described as "living weapons"

The manga series has been adapted into an anime television series produced by Xebec, two light novels, two video games for the PlayStation 2 and Game Boy Advance and four drama CDs The anime ended after 26 episodes The manga ended in 2009

Prior to the original broadcast of the anime on TV Tokyo on April 5, 2005, both the manga and anime were licensed by Tokyopop and Geneon Entertainment, respectively for North American distribution The announcement was made even after ADV announced they acquired licensing rights for both manga and anime a year before12

Contents

  • 1 Plot
  • 2 Principal characters
  • 3 Flag of Bluesky
    • 31 Plot
    • 32 Primary Characters
    • 33 Secondary Characters
  • 4 Terminology
  • 5 Media
    • 51 Manga
    • 52 Anime
      • 521 Music
    • 53 Audio CDs
    • 54 Video games
  • 6 Reception
  • 7 Footnotes and references
  • 8 External links

Plotedit

The tale of Elemental Gelade is set in the world of Guardia where beings called Edel Raids co-exist with humans Edel Raids, With it instead being pronounced EL-Dell have the ability to fuse with a human and become a living weapon The story focuses on the adventures of a young sky pirate named Coud Van Giruet, an Edel Raid named Reverie Metherlance or Ren as she prefers to be called, and three guardians of an Edel Raid protection organization called Arc Aile named Cisqua, Rowen, and Kuea Reverie Metherlance is set on journeying to the legendary land of gold called Edel Garden, but it turns out that she is a powerful and rare Edel Raid called the shichikouhouji which leads to many villains attempting to kidnap her for themselves

Principal charactersedit

Main article: List of Elemental Gelade characters Kou / Coud Van Giruet Voiced by: Akira Ishida Japanese; Kristian Ayre English, Naozumi Takahashi drama CD Age:15 Coud Van Giruet, better known as Kou, is a young member of the Red Lynx sky pirates He finds Reverie Metherlence in a coffin that was picked up as loot in a raid He reacts and becomes her Pledger, someone who bonds with a Edel Raid and he promises her that he will be the one to escort her to Edel Garden He soon realizes he has deep feelings for Ren and does his best to fight on his own, not wanting to needlessly waste her energy Although being a sky pirate, he is a kind person who hates to see the weak getting bullied and is one of the only few people who consider Edel Raids as people instead of weapons And, despite being a sky pirate, he has absolutely no skill at driving and/or flying ANY vehicle However, he improved quite a bit by the time the anime ended Gelade Techniques Euros Loop/Euro Lumin Notus Chord/Ardos Sword Reject Out/Wind Armour Zephyrus Art Ren / Reverie Metherlence Voiced by: Mikako Takahashi Japanese; Brenna O'Brien English, Houko Kuwashima drama CD Age:14-15 Reverie Metherlence, better known as Ren, is an Edel Raid and direct descendant of the Metherlence bloodline She is also one of the Seven Glittering Jewels or Shichiko-hoji, an Edel Raid line said to be the strongest She recharges her powers by sleeping, which happens fairly often In the beginning, she stated that she had hated Coud because he was human, but after he does his best to protect her from an invasion, she reacts with him and begins to think better of him As the story progresses, she realizes that she has developed feelings for Kou Her elemental gelade is on her hair above her forehead Her elemental power is wind, which she best uses both defensively and offensively Her weapon form is a giant sword on Kou's right arm; the appearance of the sword differs between the anime and manga Cisqua Voiced by: Nana Mizuki Japanese; Alexandra Carter English, Ikue Otani drama CD Age:16 Cisqua is the energetic and upbeat leader of one of Arc Aile's Edel Raid Complete Protection Association squads consisting of Rowen and Kuea She is honest and passionate about her work, but only because of her desire to be promoted and her love for money Cisqua is modeled from a character the creator drew in middle and high school and BB Hood from the Darkstalkers series3 Cisqua is not an Edel Raid Pledger, but she is well versed in martial arts and gunmanship Despite having a small frame, she's physically strong and capable on taking down well trained Pledgers such as the Edel Raid Hunter, Wolx Hound Underneath her robes and hat, she keeps an arsenal of firearms, missiles, knives, and other weapons she uses to fulfill her missions Cisqua's gun can be adjusted to become a launcher, shotgun, or machine gun Her sister is Merfond Rowen Voiced by: Yuji Ueda Japanese; Philip Pacaud English, Shoutarou Morikubo drama CD Age:21 Rowen is a guardian of Arc Aile, and is occasionally tasked to assist with his senior in rank, Cisqua He is a young blond-haired man that tends to dislike conflict In contrast to the impulsive and somewhat outrageous Cisqua, Rowen is logical, polite, and considerate of others Rowen is very intelligent and seems to be well skilled in multiple areas, making it seem as if he was perfect Whether it is cooking or fighting he seems to excel at it However Rowen claims to not be entirely perfect and have weaknesses as well He is an excellent cook which is an ability that the other members appreciate Rowen is also the only member who is consistently doing jobs to meet ends with the party's expenses Gelade Techniques Vice Lit Steel Vengeance Three of Hearts Curva Proclesis Kuea / Kullweet Envatilia Voiced by: Naoko Suzuki Japanese; France Perras English, Akemi Okamura drama CD Age:17 Kuea, whose real name is Kullweet Envatilia, is a first class Edel Raid from Arc Aile and is Rowen's partner Her garnet red elemental gelade are on the back of both her hands which she covers with arm length gloves Out of the five main characters, Kuea wears the most revealing clothes, however the creator modeled her character from an old male character she once drew in the past3 When Kuea gets hungry - which seems to be often - she can't react, so she eats enormous amounts of food at a time It is an ongoing gag that she'll eat anything and anyone and she nibbles on Cisqua when she is extremely hungry, her hunger-induced stupor leading her to view Cisqua's head as an apple and in episode 4, she gnaws on Rowen's head, which he ignores and normally greets Kou Kuea loves to battle and often jumps into fights hastily When reacted, she increases Rowen's fighting speed She takes the weapon form of double blades that Rowen wields on each hand and six chained sickles on his back which can detach and attack opponents from a distance Her attacks are designed for piercing over slicing Kuea and Rowen can perform an Obligath, a technique that enables them to chant two songs simultaneously This technique requires complete synchronicity between the pledger and Edel Raid, and is thus not an easy feat to accomplish Viro A strange girl who temporarily tags along with the group Artificially created as an Edel Raid, she was assigned to assassinate Coud but later apparently develops feelings for him Unable to successfully carry her mission out, she is killed by her superiors Rasati Rasati fought Coud at the battle arena to win the freedom of both herself and her sister Lilia After released from debt and winning her freedom, she later eventually tags along with the group Lilia Taken in by Rasati's family, she is Rasati's Edel Raid and little sister

Flag of Blueskyedit

Plotedit

The Kingdom of the Sun, Fuajarl was ruthlessly invaded by the Garden of Eden They came seeking the King's Edel Raid, rumored to be one of the Seven Glittering Jewels or Shichiko-hoji

Sensing their intent, the King hid his daughter with his Edel Raid and fought against the invasion but was defeated in battle The desert kingdom is now blanketed in a sheet of white snow after the battle

Escaping capture, the Crown Princess Acheaburca Fuajarl XIV reacted with Jeen, the King's Edel Raid, and along with Puffe, the Kingdom's only mechanic, fled Fuajarl in an ancient tank They are on a journey to restore the Kingdom and exact vengeance on the Garden of Eden

However just like the first elemental gelade, it is uncertain why Edel Garden is a warring nation for a place that has the name of a beautiful Eden or Utopia

Primary Charactersedit

Princess Acheaburca Fuajarl XIV The crown princess of Fuajarl, the Kingdom of the Sun, her father was King Varna Shinga Fuajarl She was hidden along with the King's Edel Raid during the invasion of the Garden of Eden She is now Jeen's pledger after her father's death vowing vengeance on the Garden of Eden She has fled her Kingdom with Jeen and Puffe in an ancient tank traveling to restore her country and reclaim her throne Her crystal pendant somehow allows her to communicate with Idola, a childhood friend Jelio "Jeen" Velsown The Edel Raid of King Varna Shinga and now Princess Achea, she is one of the Shichikou-hoju and her family has been serving the "Solar Bloodline" of Fuajarl for generations The King's death affected her greatly since the purpose of the attack was to kidnap her, but she hides it by acting cold Her Gelade is Onyx black and her weapon form is a sword which absorbs sun light, when it moves it looks like a sword dance She's very skilled with throwing knives Puffe Lunder Resembling a short dog-like creature He is actually the mechanic of the "Race=Cradle", an ancient tank He was trusted by the King and serves as Achea's personal attendant He is now traveling with the Princess and Jeen Merfond Liberdec A woman seeking to open a store in Fuajarl, it was destroyed by the invasion After getting arrested for fighting, she met Princess Achea and helped them escaped In exchange for returning the King's sword to Princess Achea, she will build a new store on a first grade piece of land paid for by the royal family once she reclaims the throne She carries explosives with her similar to Cisqua in the main series and is actually her older sister

Secondary Charactersedit

King Varna Shinga Fuajarl The King of Fuajarl, the Kingdom of the Sun, Princess Achea's father, and Jeen's pledger Bearing much foresight, he hid his daughter and his Edel Raid during the invasion by the Garden of Eden He fought against the invasion of his Kingdom but ultimately lost in a battle against a skilled warrior named the "White Devil" Idola Princess Achea's childhood friend and source of strength as he mysteriously guides her to attain more power

Terminologyedit

  • Arc Aile - An organization that "aims to protect the Edel Raids, as well as provide them with happiness" Little is known of their true intentions regarding Edel Raids, especially Ren
  • Chaos Choir - Otherwise known as Organite, a group who opposes Arc Aile Most members are Sting Raids or Edel Raids
  • Pledger or "Pleasure" - One who has Reacted with an Edel Raid Also called User in some places
  • React - To merge with an Edel Raid, thus gaining their power
  • Edel Raid - A female entity capable of Reacting with a human and becoming a weapon An Edel Raid can only have one Pledger at any time; to take a new Pledger, the old one must first die Edel Raids are also capable of using "songs" 謳, which are the equivalent of magical spells If their elemental gelade is removed, they turn into normal humans
  • Sting Raid - Otherwise known as Viros in the manga, it is an imitation Edel Raid, possessing lesser powers than that of true Edel Raids 3 Edel Raids can finish off entire armies of sting raids They are actually created with imitation elemental gelades or elemental stones They are generally treated as tools by the Chaos Choir Sting Raids are also different from Edel Raids in that they don't need a Pledger to react with, they can transform a part of their body
  • Garden of Eden or Edel Garden - Where Edel Raids are born
  • Elemental Gelade - A gem that is embedded on the Edel raid's body It is proof that they are an Edel Raid It is also stated to be their soul
  • Shichikou-hoji - The strongest of the Edel Raid bloodlines There are seven of them

Mediaedit

Mangaedit

Written and illustrated by Mayumi Azuma, the Elemental Gelade manga was first serialized in Mag Garden magazine Monthly Comic Blade from February 28, 2002citation needed to December 28, 20094 The individual chapters were collected and published into 18 tankōbon volumes by Mag Garden between October 10, 2002 and March 10, 201056 In the summer of 2003, AD Vision announced that they acquired the manga's right to the North American audience2 Ultimately, however, twelve volumes were released from July 3, 2006 to September 7, 2010 by Tokyopop until it went bankruptcy789 In 2012, it was relicensed by Digital Manga Publishing DMP and all 18 volumes were published in digital format between June 5, 2012 and May 20, 20131011

A spin-off series called Erementar Gerad Flag of Bluesky 蒼空の戦旗, Sōkū no Senki, also by Mayumi Azuma, was first serialized in the Japanese bi-monthly manga magazine Comic Blade Masamune on June 15, 2003, but then migrated to the monthly magazine Comic Blade Avarus on September 15, 2007 In March 2015, the series was put on indefinite hiatus due to Azuma's glaucoma12 The first tankōbon volume was released on July 9, 2004 and latest and eighth was released on October 15, 20131314 It has been released in North America in digital form by DMP since May 16, 201315 The latter volume published by DMP was the sixth volume on April 29, 201416 Flag of Bluesky takes place two years after the original story and stars a new heroine named Acheaburca Fuajarl XIV, a princess of the Fuajarl Kingdom

Animeedit

See also: List of Elemental Gelade episodes

The anime adaptation of Elemental Gelade was first aired in Japan on TV Tokyo, starting from April 5, 200517 Xebec produced the animated television series which spawned 26 episodes directed by Shigeru Ueda and music by Yuki Kajiura The production of the anime adaptation was estimated to cost $400,0001 Since the anime was produced before the original story had ended, a new opposing organization called Chaos Choir and their members was created Existing characters such as Viro were adjusted to fit the new storyline

In April 2005, Geneon Entertainment announced they were the North American licensor at the MIP TV trade show in France, although ADV Films originally announced that they were the licensor as part of a co-production deal with Mag Garden at Anime Expo in July 20041 Geneon released six DVD volumes bi-monthly from June 2006 to April 2007 containing four to five episodes each On July 3, 2008, Geneon Entertainment and Funimation announced an agreement to distribute select titles in North America after Geneon ceased distribution of their own titles in October 2007 While Geneon Entertainment will still retain the license, Funimation will assume exclusive rights to the manufacturing, marketing, sales and distribution of select titles Elemental Gelade was one of several titles involved in the deal18

As of October 2007, Geneon no longer is involved in the US anime industry, so North American distribution rights of the anime have been rescued from Geneon by Funimation19

ImaginAsian TV, an American television network, broadcast the series along with several other titles from Geneon Entertainment as part of their animation block "Anime EnerG" It was first aired in Japanese with English subtitles beginning January 30, 2007 and later aired with English dubs20

Musicedit

Opening Theme
  • "Forever"
    • Lyrics: Aa
    • Composition: takumi
    • Arrangement: Hideyuki "Daichi" Suzuki
    • Artist: savage genius
Ending Theme
  • "Yakusoku" 約束, Promise
    • Lyrics & Composition: Michihiro Kuroda
    • Arrangement: Kazuyoshi Baba
    • Artist: Michihiro Kuroda
    • Episodes: 1-25
Insert Theme
  • "everlasting song"
    • Lyrics, Composition, & Arrangement: Yuki Kajiura
    • Artist: FictionJunction ASUKA
    • Episodes: 26
  • "Ameagari"
    • Artist: Savage Genius
    • Episode: 15

Audio CDsedit

Three drama CDs was released by Frontier Works every eleven months for three years starting on October 24, 2003 It featured different voice actors than the anime adaptation21 Three maxi singles of the opening and ending themes, two original soundtracks, and one drama CD featuring voice actors from the anime adaptation was released by Victor Entertainment between April 21, 2005 and September 22, 200522

Video gamesedit

Three video games based on Elemental Gelade was released only in Japan midway through the anime season for mobile phones, PlayStation 2, and Game Boy Advance17 Prior to the PS2 release, Taito released a 2D fighting game for mobile phones in May 200523 The PS2 version of the game called Erementar Gerad: Matoe, Suifu no Ken was released on June 30, 2005 Matoe, Suifu no Ken is a 3D cel-shaded fighting game featuring seven characters/groups and two unlockable characters in four modes of play24 It was re-released on June 8, 2006 as part of the Taito Best lineup25

The GBA game called Elemental Gelade: Tozasareshi Uta is a 2D turn-based role-playing video game released on July 7, 2005 developed by Jupiter and published by Tomy Corporation Playing as Kou, Ren, Cisqua, Rowen, and Kuea, you journey from town to town and fight enemies through an original story and meet new original characters26

Receptionedit

On the week of March 8–14, 2010, both the 18th of Elemental Gelade and the sixth volume of Flag of Bluesky were featured on Oricon's weekly chart of the best-selling manga–on the 15th and 30th spot for selling 38,996 and 24,649 copies respectively27

In Jason Thompson's online appendix to Manga: The Complete Guide, he regards the plot as being stereotypically shōnen28

Footnotes and referencesedit

  1. ^ a b c "ADV Secures Rights to Mag Garden's Anime" Anime News Network Retrieved September 23, 2007 
  2. ^ a b "ADV Forms Alliance With Japanese Publisher" ICv2 News Retrieved September 23, 2007 
  3. ^ a b Azuma, Mayumi 2007 "Character profile bonus" Elemental Gelade Volume 3 Tokyopop ISBN 978-1-59816-600-2 
  4. ^ "Elemental Gelade, Sore Jaa Yoshida-kun! Manga Ending" Anime News Network December 29, 2009 Retrieved October 16, 2016 
  5. ^ 単行本:EREMENTAR GERAD 初回限定版BLADE COMICS1 Media Arts Database in Japanese Agency for Cultural Affairs Retrieved October 30, 2016 
  6. ^ "Book" in Japanese Mag Garden Retrieved October 30, 2016 
  7. ^ "Digital Manga Licenses Erementar Gerad/Elemental Gelade" Anime News Network February 9, 2012 Retrieved October 16, 2016 
  8. ^ "Elemental Gelade Volume 1" Amazoncom Retrieved October 16, 2016 
  9. ^ "Elemental Gelade Volume 12" Tokyopop Archived from the original on June 10, 2010 Retrieved October 16, 2016 
  10. ^ "Erementar Gerade Vol 1" Amazoncom Retrieved October 16, 2016 
  11. ^ "Erementar Gerade Vol 18" Amazoncom Retrieved October 16, 2016 
  12. ^ "Erementar Gerad: Flag of Bluesky Put on Indefinite Hiatus Due to Author's Glaucoma" Anime News Network March 16, 2015 Retrieved October 16, 2016 
  13. ^ "EREMENTAR GERAD蒼空の戦旗 1 BLADE COMICS" Amazoncojp in Japanese Retrieved October 30, 2016 
  14. ^ "EREMENTAR GERAD蒼空の戦旗 8 BLADE COMICS" Amazoncojp in Japanese Retrieved October 30, 2016 
  15. ^ "Erementar Gerade: Flag of the Bluesky Vol 1" Amazoncom Retrieved October 16, 2016 
  16. ^ "Erementar Gerade: Flag of the Bluesky Vol 6" Amazoncom Retrieved October 16, 2016 
  17. ^ a b "Erementar Gerad News" Anime News Network Retrieved September 23, 2007 
  18. ^ "FUNimation Entertainment and Geneon Entertainment Sign Exclusive Distribution Agreement for North America" Anime News Network Press release July 3, 2008 Retrieved July 3, 2008 
  19. ^ "FUNimation Entertainment and Geneon Entertainment Sign Exclusive Distribution Agreement for North America" Anime News Network Press release July 3, 2008 Retrieved July 3, 2008 
  20. ^ "ImaginAsian TV Launches New Anime Block PDF" PDF ImaginAsian Retrieved 2007-09-21 
  21. ^ "Erementar Gerad Drama CD" in Japanese Amazoncom Retrieved 2007-10-12 
  22. ^ "Erementar Gerad CDs" in Japanese Mag Garden Retrieved 2007-10-12 
  23. ^ "Mobile phone and Elemental Gelade" in Japanese Mag Garden Retrieved 2007-10-12 
  24. ^ "Elemental Gerad to PS2" IGN Retrieved 2007-09-23 
  25. ^ "Erementar Gerad Taito Best" play-asia Retrieved 2007-09-23 
  26. ^ "Elemental Gelade: Tozasareshi Uta" IGN Retrieved 2007-09-23 
  27. ^ "Japanese Comic Ranking, March 8–14" Anime News Network March 17, 2010 Retrieved October 16, 2016 
  28. ^ http://wwwsuvuducom/2009/09/365-days-of-manga-day-11-elemental-geladehtml

External linksedit

  • Erementar Gerad Official Anime Site Japanese
  • Erementar Gerad TV Tokyo Site Japanese
  • PlayStation 2 game site Japanese
  • Game Boy Advance game site Japanese
  • Tokyopop's Elemental Gelade Site
  • Elemental Gelade anime at Anime News Network's encyclopedia

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