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Rokka ~Braves of the Six Flowers~ Voice Cast Revealed

Rokka no Yuusha Key Visual 001 - 20150506Earlier today, the official Rokka ~Braves of the Six Flowers~ (Rokka no Yuusha) anime website updated with an announcement of the show’s major voice cast. The series will fill its key roles as follows:

  • Adlet: Souma Saito (Akame ga KILL!)
  • Nachetania: Yoko Hikasa (K-ON!)
  • Fremie: Aoi Yuuki (Puella Magi Madoka Magica)
  • Hans: Kenichi Suzumura (Gintama)
  • Maura: Rina Sato (A Certain Magical Index)
  • Chamot: Ai Kakuma (Amagi Brilliant Park)
  • Goldov: Kouki Uchiyama (Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn)

Rokka ~Braves of the Six Flowers~ is based on the light novel series of the same name by Ishio Yamagata. The series was first announced in November, on the wraparound jacket of the third collection of the manga adaptation.

A brief teaser, included below, revealed many of the major staff members working on the series.

The full team includes:

  • Director: Takeo Takahashi (MAOYU, Spice and Wolf)
  • Assistant Director: Sei Sanpei
  • Script: Tatsuhiko Urahata (DNA², NANA)
  • Music: Michiru Oshima (Fullmetal Alchemist, Magic User’s Club)
  • Character Design: Sayaka Koiso (Rail Wars!)
  • Chief Animation Director: Sayaka Koiso
  • Color design: Hitomi Sano
  • Composition: Tatsuhiko Urahata
  • Monster Design: Tatsuya Fukushima
  • Prop Design: Etsunobu Iwanaga

At Sakura-Con, Pony Can USA revealed that they licensed the series for North America. Shortly after the reveal, Pony Can went live with an English website for the series.

Rokka ~Braves of the Six Flowers~ will hit Japanese TV this July, with premières scheduled on MBS, Tokyo MX, AT-X and BS11.

Source: Crunchyroll

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