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Review: Kiba


Plot Summary: In an overbuilt world, young Zed dreams of freedom and of a door. While fleeing the authority of his world, he is transported to a completely different place, a world of nature instead of machines. There he meets the young girl Roia and learns that he is a Shard Caster. He can cast Shards and control “Spirits”. Unbeknowst to Zed, his best friend Noah has also travelled to the new world. Noah and Zed become enmeshed in the ways of their new world, while growing into their new abilities.


This is a story about Zed being transported into a different world because he is looking for strength, but not sure what kind of strength. In this anime the fighters called shard casters control spirits which is a part of them, and if they are beat they can lose these spirits to their rivals. There are four lands trying to fight to gain the Key Spirits which are special Spirits which are more powerful then all the Spirits in their world. There are a total of Six, and there is a long story to get to them. The action is non-stop in this anime but with 51 episodes there are quiet a few filler episodes which gets annoying, but the action keeps me watching and it is an interesting story. You want to know where it is going to end, towards the end the story got better so I did enjoy the ending but I think it would have been better if it was a little bit short.

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