Seirei tsukai no Blade Dance (Blade Dance of Elementalers)



  • Synopsis : In a world where elemental spirits are summoned, there exists a tournament that grants not only a single wish to its champion, but also blessing and protection to her home country. Therefore nations race to produce the next Ren Ashbell, "The Strongest Blade Dancer," and only spirit elementalers, who are all pure young maidens, are able to qualify.

    Sixteen-year-old Kamito Kazehaya, the only male spirit elementaler, is forced to attend Areishia Spirit Academy, where he meets other spirit contractors around his age. One of these is the red-haired Claire Rouge, who insists that Kamito become her contracted humanoid spirit. But Kamito cannot forget his one and only wish: to take back his former partner, Restia Ashdoll.

    Join Kamito as he, with the help of his sword spirit Terminus Est, seeks to become the next champion in the upcoming Blade Dance of the Elementalers!
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    Publisher : MF Bunko J (Media Factory)
    Status : Completed - 20 volumes from Dec 24, 2010 to Mar 25, 2019
    Genre : Action,Comedy,Fantasy,Romance,School,Ecchi,Harem,Supernatural
    Manga : Yes
    Anime : Yes - 12 episodes from Jul 14, 2014 to Sep 29, 2014
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  • cover of the Last vol.alt text


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    Hmm, I'm fairly sure I saw a topic for this LN before but I can't find it right now.



  • @terabyte it was mentioned in few post but nobody made suggestion so i made one right now since series ended it would be nice to have this licenced and read the whole story :D


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    @theredjet Yep, you're right. I was thinking of another series instead: Seiken Tsukai no World Break. I don't know why but I often confuse the two series. 😩



  • @TheRedJet

    Well maybe this series is too old to get licensed, but the author just announced a new light novel wich seems to have the same theme - magical battle academy. Maybe we will be more lucky with this one.

    Seiken Gakuin no Maken Tsukai


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    I'm not sure if there are enough people with enough patience to follow this kind of story through 20 volumes, the story is kind of generic. It can get interesting at some point, but most of the time you can guess the development, and that's especially true for the first 3 vols (a.k.a. the anime). I'm waiting for the fan translation of the last volume, but I have to admit that I only want to finish what I started when I did a spree on the school battle genre. The releasing speed for the last few volumes was slowed down (because the author needed to finish the zero no tsukaima series), and that actually helped keeping me from becoming too fed up with it.
    Anw, it's unfortunate that this novel had to change illustrator twice. I still prefer the original style.


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    i remember enjoying watching this when it aired. i would be interested in reading the LN as well.



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