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Anime Profile: Final Fantasy: Legend of the Crystals

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Title
Final Fantasy: Legend of the CrystalsFinal Fantasy: Legend of the Crystals (ファイナルファンタジー)Final Fantasy: Legend of the Crystals
Released
4 OVA episodes (Wind, Fire, Dragon, Star)4 OVA episodes (Wind, Fire, Dragon, Star)
Dates
December 24, 19981994
Company
Urban VisionMadhouse/NTT/Square-Enix
Creator
Square-Enix (based on Final Fantasy V videogame)
Director
Rin Taro, Naoto Kanda, Tomihiko Ohkubo
Genre
Action, Fantasy, ComedyAction, Fantasy, Comedy
Related
Final Fantasy: UnlimitedFinal Fantasy: Unlimited
Characters
-- listed below ---- listed below --

Last I checked, this anime was available on VHS at Amazon.

Characters: Final Fantasy: Legend of the Crystals

English Name
Japanese Name
English Name
Japanese Name
Linaly Linaly Rouge Rouge
Mid Mid Valkus Vargas
Prettz Pritz

Description: Final Fantasy: Legend of the Crystals

The planet R has been kept in balance through four magical crystals, each one representing one of the physical elements: Wind, Water, Fire, and Earth. 150 years ago, the balance was upset, and the Crystals shattered, releasing a dread force of nothingness. The shattered crystals chose four heroes, and these four would face and eventually defeat the cause of the evil, returning the world to tranquility.

Now, the Crystals are in danger once again, and descendants of those great heroes of the past must rise to the call and ensure the safety of planet R once again.

Final Fantasy: Legend of the Crystals is based on the fifth installment of Square's highly popular Final Fantasy series of console role-playing games. This OVA, like the game upon which this is based, carries a varied and eclectic cast as well as plenty of chocobos (the trademark riding bird of the Final Fantasy series). Though Final Fantasy V has yet to be properly introduced in the United States, the series in itself has always had popularity in Japan and has gained notariety in the United States as well, particularly after the surprising success of its more recent installments.

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