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Pony Canyon Streams 2nd Rokka ~Braves of the Six Flowers~ Promo Video

Adlet’s journey will be one marked by hardship, danger, and a kickin’ flower arrangement.

Earlier today, the Rokka ~Braves of the Six Flowers~ (Rokka no Yuusha) website updated with a 40-second promotional video. The teaser gives fans a glimpse of the animation, and a short sample of Souma Saito’s work as main character Adlet.

Rokka ~Braves of the Six Flowers~ is based on Ishio Yamagata’s light novel series of the same name. The series was first unveiled in November, on the wrap-around jacket of thethird collection of the title’s manga adaptation. Takeo Takahashi (Spice and Wolf) will helm the series at studio Passione. Sayaka Koiso (Rail Wars!) will provide the show’s character designs, while Tatsuhiko Urahata (DNA², NANA) will provide the scripts. Music is being handled by Fullmetal Alchemist composer Michiru Oshima.

The full voice cast is 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~ will hit Japanese TV this July, with premieres scheduled on MBS, Tokyo MX, AT-X and BS11.

At this year’s Sakura-Con, Pony Can USA revealed that they licensed the series for North America.

Since the show’s initial reveal, we’ve seen one other promotional video, a key visual, and several character design sheets. You can check everything out below:

Key Visual

Rokka no Yuusha Key Visual 001 - 20150506

Character Visuals

Promo Video

Source: Crunchyroll

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