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Crunchyroll Now Streaming The ‘Rokka: Braves of the Six Flowers’ Anime Dub

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When “The Majin” awakes the goddess of fate will choose six warriors and bestow them with the power to save the world.

While Pony Canyon brought the series out in 2015 and 2016 in North America in monolingual sets that were hard to find, Anime Limited picked up the rights to Rokka: Braves of the Six Flowers in late 2016 and brought the show out with a dub. Crunchyroll has the full run available for viewers where availability for it is pretty great as it’s open to members worldwide outside of Asia.

The main cast for it includes Robbie Daymond as Adlet, Abby Trott as Nachetanya, Brianna Knickerbocker as Flamie, Ray Chase as Goldov, Kira Buckland as Chamot, Wendee Lee as Maura, and Ben Diskin as Hans.

The series stars Soma Saito as Adlet Yōko Hikasa as Nachetanya, Aoi Yuki as Flamie, Kenichi Suzumura as Hans, Rina Satou as Maura and Ai Kakuma as Chamot.

The property comes from Ishio Yamagata (with Kei Toru handling the manga adaptation) which began back in 2011 and has five volumes to its name so far.

Plot concept: When “The Majin” awakes the goddess of fate will choose six warriors and bestow them with the power to save the world. Somewhere on their bodies, a crest in the shape of a flower will appear and as a result the warriors are called “The Heroes of the Six Flowers”. As the day of The Majin’s revival nears, Adlet, a boy who calls himself the strongest man in the world, is chosen as one of the “Six Flowers”. But when the heroes arrived at their designated location, they found that there were seven heroes present. Which meant that one of them was an imposter and an enemy. Confused by the impossible situation, suspicion and paranoia spread among the chosen. And within a thick forest, the heroes’ fierce battle begins!


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