By bluemist on March 30th, 2005
Wind -a breath of heart-
This is so convoluted it’s scary.
I was expecting this anime to be the hit bishoujo game conversion of the year. It might not be what I expected, it does have its merits. Firstly, it broke typicalities by focusing the plot not on the promise-type girl, 1st pic), but on the city they live in, Kazunecity. In their city each person has some kind of magical power. The story thickens when the main character starts to discover the history of Kazunecity, as well as some shocking surprises that lead up to this. This city is actually related to the mysterious-type girl (2nd and 3rd pic), as she kind of protects the city and the magical powers of it. You may think she battles monsters with that sword, but not quite, and the way she protects the city with it is very shocking too. Unfortunately, even with this beautiful plot, the 12-minute/episode, 13 episode format clearly is not enough, and it is evident near the end. So many scenes and events were seemingly cut, you may think there are DVD-only episodes (yes there are, YAY!). So my final stand is still pending because I have to watch the rest.
This is a Summer of Bishoujo feature