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Koihime†Musō is the title of the first anime based on the visual novel series of the Game Company Developed by BaseSon and Yeti. The show ran from July 8 to September 23, 2008, in Japan. From January 4, 2011, The first season has been licensed in North America by Sentai Filmworks was shown in both Canada and the United States. An OVA followed after and was released on April 1, 2009.

The anime follows the basic plot of BaseSon's Eroge Game until about half-way through the story. The second half of the Koihime†Musou anime is drastically different from the visual novel.

PlotEdit

This anime is based on an eroge game by Baseson, which was loosely based on the classic Chinese novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms. Having lost her family to bandits during a night raid, Kan'u swears, she will not let others share the same pain. She quickly becomes a well-known and feared by villains bandit hunter. During her journey, she comes across others, who wish to join her cause. One of them is a girl Chōhi, who had a similar experience with bandits in the past.

StaffEdit

  • Director: Nobuaki Nakanishi
  • Series Composition: Go Zappa
  • Screenplay: Go Zappa
  • Character Design: Miwa Oshima
  • Chief Animation Director: Miwa Oshima

MusicEdit

  • "Flower of Bravery" (OP)
    • Artist: fripSide; Lyrics, Composition: Chiyomaru Shikura; Arrangement: Satoshi Yaginuma
  • "Yappari Sekai wa Atashi☆Legend!!" (ED)
    • Artist: fripSide NAO project!; Lyrics: Nao, Shinichirō Yamashita, and Satoshi Yaginuma; Composition, Arrangement: Satoshi Yaginuma

EpisodesEdit

  1. Kan'u Makes a Vow of Sisterhood With Chōhi
  2. Kan'u is Going to Die With Chōun
  3. Chōhi and Bachō Fight Each Other
  4. Bachō Tries to Attack Sōsō
  5. Kan'u Exterminates A Monster
  6. Chōhi Competes With Kōmei
  7. Chōhi has a Fight with Kan'u
  8. Kan'u Obstructs Kōchū's Plan
  9. Enshō Digs Up a Treasure
  10. Sonsaku's Life is Threatened
  11. Kan'u Meets Ryūbi
  12. Kan'u Fulfills Her Ambition
  13. Koihime†Musō (OVA)

CastEdit

Character Voice Actor
Kan'u Unchō Nami Kurokawa
Chōhi Yokutoku Miya Serizono
Chōun Shiryū Emi Motoi
Bachō Mōki Maki Kobayashi
Kōchū Kanshō Yū Amamiya
Shokatsuryō Kōmei Erika Narumi
Kashin Suikō Ai Orikasa
Kakōen Myōsai Airi Yoshida
Kaku Bunwa Akane Tomonaga
Bunshū Chiro Kanzaki
Ryofu Hōsen Emiko Hagiwara
Kakōton Genjō Harumi Asai
Sonken Chūbō Harumi Sakurai
Sonshōkō Minami Hokuto
Chōryō Bun'en Kaoru Morota
Shūyu Kōkin Kei Mizusawa
Kyocho Chūkō Mariya Sumida
Riri Mariya Sumida
Ganryō Rie Hazuki
Kannei Kōha Ryōko Tanaka
Shibaki Tokusō Yōko Asagami
Kayū Miya Serizono
Tōtaku Chūei Yuka Inokuchi
Sōsō Mōtoku Yukie Maeda

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