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As someone who is a big fan of fantasy, Arslan Senki was right up my alley and it did not disappoint me.
I wasn’t expecting to enjoy it as much as I did, to be honest. The first episode was kind of ‘meh’ for me, but I stuck with it, and by the second episode I was like a ravenous beast; I needed more, more, more. I caught up on the show that day and watched weekly after that.
What I enjoyed most was the moral compass this series is guided by, or rather, Arslan is. He’s a just, fair young man with a very good head on his shoulders. His growth from a rather wimpy kid who only knows what he’s been taught to someone who sees the world without judgement in the sense that if he disagrees with it, it isn’t automatically seen as “the wrong thing”, he just doesn’t agree.
You can’t help but root for Arslan as he starts his journey with Daryun, Narcissus and the others to reclaim Pars after it has fallen to Lucetania, because you want to know what kind of leader Arslan has it in him to be.
Each character has the remarkable capacity for growth, and they do. Arslan’s company grows to the point where if you were to place the old them and the new them beside each other, the differences would be stark. I love that, and in a series like this, surrounded by war and politics and religion, it’s definitely necessary.
The art was phenomenal as well! Honestly, I think that’s one of my favourite things, aside from the characters. The way everything was animated was simply gorgeous.
The music, also, was grand. It helps sweep you up into the moment. With each swell of the music, you’re left sitting on the edge of your seat. What’s going to happen? What’s going on? Honestly the composer should receive some kind of reward for this. They capture the show beautifully in their music.