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Yōtōden - Wikipedia In 1989, Yōtōden was re-edited into the feature film titled Wrath of the Ninja for English-speaking regions. A manga version was created as well. Plot. The ...

Yōtōden - Wikipedia This articles lead section does not adequately summarize key points of its contents Wrath Of The Ninja Please consider expanding the lead to provide an accessible overview of all important aspects of the article Please discuss this issue on the articles talk page September 2013 Yōtōden 戦国奇譚妖刀伝 Sengoku Kitan Yōtōden A Warring States Legend of the Demon Blades is a Japanese historical fantasy novel by Takeshi Narumi In 1987 the novel was adapted into a 3episode original video animation by J C Staff In 1989 Yōtōden was reedited into the feature film titled Wrath of the Ninja for Englishspeaking regions A manga version was created as well Contents 1 Plot 2 Characters 2 1 Protagonists 2 2 Antagonists 2 3 Other characters 3 OVA version 4 Film version 5 Manga version 6 Other 7 Reception 8 Sources 9 References 10 External links The story takes place during Japans great civil war Sengoku period beginning in the summer of 1581 and ending two years later In the anime the historical warlord Oda Nobunaga is really an evil demon killing everyone who stands in his way An ancient prophecy says three mystical Demon Blades from three different ninja clans can end Nobunagas unholy campaign The story follows Kasumi no Ayanosuke a young kunoichi female ninja who has escaped her villages annihilation in her heroic efforts to reunite these three sacred weapons use them to kill Nobunaga Charactersedit Protagonistsedit Ayanosuke Ayame Hayami voiced by Keiko Toda and Rose Markisello the sole survivor of Kasumi village burnt down in an attack by a huge threeheaded demon monster Her Demon Blade is a kodachi short sword Ayame she transformed the feminine name Ayame 綾女 into Ayanosuke 綾之介 after her village was destroyed is a strong fighter but gets emotional at times She is the only survivor of the final battle at Azuchi Castle left all alone in the world again Sakon Hayate voiced by Kazuhiko Inoue and Hideo Seaver the sole survivor of Hyuga village wiped out by Nobunagas forces His Demon Blade is a katana sword Sakon is calm and puts on a facade of coolheadedness but when he abandons Ayame and Ryoma to fight the battle between Iga and Nobunagas army he is raging with inner turmoil at his decision later he develops a love for Ayame and ultimately takes the mortal blow meant for her He dies saying he had something to tell her but he cannot remember what it is Ryoma Kogure voiced by Takeshi Watabe and Peter Patrikios a headstrong ninja who has a good sense of right and wrong His Demon Blade is a spear He leaves his father to his death at his request during the demon invasion of his home village Hagakure as well as witnesses the death of his sister Kikyo killed by Jinnai and is himself forced to kill his love interest Kayo Momochi When he dies his last thoughts are about his sister Kikyo Kogure voiced by Mika Takenaka and Sharon Becker Ryomas younger sister who befriends and admires Ayame and tries to comfort her when she was upset and reminiscing about her tragic past Kikyo dies in Ayames arms after she shields her from Jinnai with her own body Lord Tanba Momochi voiced by Tomomichi Nishimura Kayos older brother who leads the Iga into the war He sacrifices himself trying to kill his sister begging her to die with him when her body is possessed by the Masago Jinpei voiced by Masami Kikuchi and Frank Frankson a young shinobi who looks up to Sakon and supports Sakons claims that Koga betrayed Iga not believed by Momochi but refuses to abandon his people and leave with Sakon He is blinded and killed during the attack on Iga Genyusai voiced by Kiyoshi Kobayashi and Greg Wolfe Ryomas father and lord of Hagakure He is killed in Jinnais attack on his village Shinosuke Hayami voiced by Kei Tomiyama Ayames brother who was killed in the attack on their village Before he died Shinosuke gave her the enchanted blade to avenge them Antagonistsedit Nobunaga Oda voiced by Kazuki Yao and Flavio Romeo the adversary of the main characters He used to be a ruler of a small region of Owari until as it is revealed during the showdown between Mori Ranmaru and Ayame in the final part of the OVA series Flames of Anger Ranmaru gave him control of the kagenin shadow warriors of the Host of Oboro and the power of the demons to conquer whole Japan Nobunaga commands the host of Oboro but unknowingly to him he is in turn himself controlled by Ranmaru and is unaware that he is the most powerful of the Oboro the Black Demon In the anime Oda doesnt die after Akechi Mitsuhide betrayed him at Honnōji and where Ayame and Sakon kill only his and Ranmarus body doubles Nobunaga is very paranoid that someone will kill him and as Ranmaru feeds that paranoia he distrusts everyone so much that he has his own guards killed In the end he becomes the Black Demon but is killed by Ayame using the combined powers of their weapons Ranmaru Mori voiced by Kaneto Shiozawa and Vinnie Penna in the anime Ranmaru an advisor to Nobunaga is a powerful demon who has descended upon the Earth five centuries earlier in 946 from a piece of the passingby evil star comet Thinking he will gain ultimate power Oda follows all of the advice Ranmaru gives him tricking Nobunaga into allowing him to rule the Earth Ranmaru is the one who foretold the prophecy and gave the enchanted weapons to the ninja groups in first place manipulating everyone including not only Nobunaga and the heroes but even all the other Oboro for his master plan to gather negative human emotions that was what powered the magic weapons through the weapons and combine them with the power of the Oboro to form the Black Demon He attempts to open the gate to the underworld when the returning evil star is closest to the Earth but is killed by the combined efforts of Ayame Sakon and Ryoma the latter two however sacrifice their own lives for the victory Jinnai Saegusa voiced by Norio Wakamoto and Bruce Winant Jinnai is the first Oboro ninja to appear in the anime using a necklace of giant beads in combat His demon form is a huge threeheaded monster He comes back later at HagakurenoSato and attempts to kill Ayame but fails and accidentally ends up killing Kikyo instead and is then himself killed by Ayame Masago The Silk Spinner voiced by Reizô Nomoto Masago is able to cause the peoples heads to explode and to transform into a spider monster He is killed by Ryoma but not before he possesses Kayo and causes her to kill her own comrades and her brother at Iga Kagami Kagami is childlike in appearance and has the ability to reanimate corpses as undead warriors with her crying and also carries a little ball which she can detonate During the final battle she manages to severely wound Ryoma but then she herself meets her death at his hands Kiheiji The Quiet Doom voiced by Shōzō Iizuka and Nick Sullivan Khiheji is extremely quick fighter skilled with his spearscythe weapon and this makes him a tough adversary for Ayame and Sakon until he is eventually killed by Sakon Genzo The Harpist voiced by Ritsuo Sawa Genzo uses genjutsu illusion magic against his foes His demon form is a dragon He is killed by Sakon in the OVA version and by Ayame in the movie version Other charactersedit Ryoan voiced by Eken Mine and Jack Taylor a Buddhist monk who doesnt know he is actually one of the Host of Oboro He is actually helpful to Ayame Sakon and Ryoma guiding them throughout the story and helping with his chants until he is impaled and killed by Ranmaru Kayo Momochi voiced by Tomomichi Nishimura and Shannon Conley a female ninja for whom Ryoma has an unrequited crush She is a representative of the Koga ninja clan and actually Momochis younger sister sent away to Koga when she was young Kayo is one of the most tragic character in the story as her body is possessed by Masago forcing Ryoma to kill her at her own request OVA versionedit The series was released in three episodes from 1987 to 1988 in Japan only on VHS and videodisc formats1 a laserdisc version was also released in 1990 2 The OVA series had been not licensed in the west until 2002 when it was released in the UK by ADV Films on VHS In 2006 the series was also released on DVD by U Wrath Of The Ninja S Manga Corps under the title Wrath of Ninja The Complete Yotoden Saga 34 Film versionedit The compilation movie version of Yōtōden was cut together by MTV Japan and released cinematically premiering at Ikebukuro Theater on May 27 19895 with VHS and videodisc home releases coming out the following month in August 6 This version is 45 minutes shorter than the OVA series A special laserdisc version was also released in Japan only in 1990 containing four new scenes 7 It has been released in the USA by U S Manga Corps on VHS in 1998 as Wrath of the Ninja Yotoden8 and on DVD in 19999 and 200310 as Wrath of the Ninja The Yotoden Movie 11 Another American DVD version was released in 2009 by Anime Cartoon DVD RSP as Wrath of the Ninja without a subtitle 12 Manga versionedit Yōtōden manga was published after the anime and ran for a year September 1989 September 1990 in the Japanese magazine Newtype later also published in a book form in 1991 and in Kadokawa Newtype 100 Comics in 1992 13 The manga differs from the anime in some significant ways including the introduction of the new character Kagome but the main characters remain the same Other media and items for the series included two soundtracks released on CD by Victor Musical Industries Inc in 198719881415 two artbooks a line of collectible phone cards and a large number of minor merchandise such as calendars posters postcards etc Receptionedit The OVA series achieved an enormous success in Japan upon its initial release including being voted by the readers of Gakkens animation magazine AnimeV as the best OVA in both 1987 and 1988 Ayame was also voted the best female character and Sakon won the first place for two constructive years in the category best supporting character 16 According to a 1997 review by EX For a complex intelligent and entertaining historical period anime YOTODEN remains difficult to beat 17 Sourcesedit firerain Altar Hayate no Sakon Sakon no Mikos Yotoden Hall 戦国奇譚妖刀伝 in Japanese Referencesedit Media release dates Archived July 22 2011 at the Wayback Machine in Japanese LD OVA info Archived July 22 2011 at the Wayback Machine in Japanese Wrath of the Ninja The Complete Yotoden Saga 1987 Movie Info Yahoo Movies Archive is 20120712 Archived from the original on July 12 2012 Retrieved 20131205   2006 DVD info Amazon com Retrieved 20131205   Theatrical release info Archived July 22 2011 at the Wayback Machine in Japanese Home release info Archived July 22 2011 at the Wayback Machine in Japanese LD movie info Archived July 22 2011 at the Wayback Machine in Japanese 1998 VHS info Amazon com Retrieved 20131205   1999 DVD info Amazon com Retrieved 20131205   2003 DVD info Amazon com Retrieved 20131205   Wrath of the Ninja The Yotoden Movie 1989 Movie Info Yahoo Movies Archive is 20120715 Archived from the original on July 15 2012 Retrieved 20131205   2009 DVD info Amazon com 20090504 Retrieved 20131205   Manga info Archived July 22 2011 at the Wayback Machine in Japanese Soundtrack 1 info Archived July 22 2011 at the Wayback Machine in Japanese Soundtrack 2 info Archived July 22 2011 at the Wayback Machine in Japanese General info Archived July 22 2011 at the Wayback Machine in Japanese Yotoden The Chronicles of a Warlord Ex org Retrieved 20131205   External linksedit Yōtōden anime at Anime News Networks encyclopedia Yōtōden on IMDb

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