Durand and Robin look through the papers, but Robin's hand is cursed by a spell cast on one of the papers in Wood's briefcase. In the case of Shisha no Teikoku the resurrection is artificial while in Le Chevalier D'Eon is through alchemy. It's more subtle than most transformations, but still dramatic. Only near the end of the series do we learn of the child's true identity. When D'Eon and the others return to France, Robin distances himself from his companions.
One is based on a classic French novel by Alexandre Dumas, and the other is loosely based on pre-French Revolution history. Anyway, most of the historical figures do meet their end the way they historically did though, but now we see the secret political goings-on that caused their downfalls or ascensions. D'Eon and Gankutsuou share quite a few similarities, that can go as far as their unique choices of art style, seemless way of storytelling, memorable characters, and having absolutely exquisite english dubs. The Four Musketeers arrive at the abbey and are attacked by Sandwich and some of the Medmenham monks. Despite being a completely different animal, it's definitely worth a look.
D'Eon is asked to surrender the document in exchange for Bernis's life, but when he makes his way to the rendezvous point, he discovers that Bernis has been transformed into a zombie-like creature. Corruption, kings failing and the thirst for power. The more I think about it the more I realize that it was very good, very entertaining, and somewhat educational I don't think that any empresses of the day were truly eaten by zombies though , but it was so packed and crowded and complicated. And what will the knight do when this quest might risk France itself? If you want to know nothing beyond what the promotional flyers and shit are selling, just read the paragraph following this one and then skip to my rating at the bottom of my review the text in red, retard. Robin follows Durand, while D'Eon and Teillagory follow the man back to his masters.
Just the technicality in the architecture was enormous! Mary asks D'Eon to allow her to speak with Lia, but D'Eon abruptly takes his leave. They also reveal that Lia had been found dead shortly after she had been dispatched to Russia as an agent of Le Secret du Roi. Known as Poets, they posses the power of the Psalms, fragments of words tingled with spiritual power based on the similar-named readings from the Bible. D'Eon is chased down by palace guards, but Lorenza kills them, and, once free he visits Anna's coffin. At first I was kind of pissed at this supernatural aspect of the story, but before I could even fully react to the undead direction of things something even bigger and stranger occurred. It's a pretty inventive series, even if it does play fast and loose with the historical figures in its cast. Leading the series is d'Eon and the mystery involving the death of his sister Lia.
D'Eon and his companions accept the invitation to join Le Secret du Roi, and they pursue , a Russian spy working for Orléans. His journey shortly after takes him to Russia where, along with three others, he seeks to find out the truth behind his sister's death, just one of many that has happened recently in Paris. The two of them, still sharing his body, then live as a woman and witness the fall of the French monarchy as well as the death of Robin by the. Guys who change into women, monks who read the Bible and turn the spoken word into evil spells, and zombies filled with mercury -- who when sliced open, with mercury pouring out everywhere, don't harm anybody in the room??? Both series play with the gender of the main character crossdressing in Versailles No Bara, gender bender in Le Chevalier D'Eon. Lia leaves and later meets Maximilen in the gardens, where he finally succumbs to his wound and dies after giving his name and quest for revolution to Robin, destroying the site in the process. They reach , posing as gemstone merchants, and stay at an inn.
Lia, swearing loyalty to the throne must protect Louis from Lorenza and Maximilien, with Robin and Cagliostro in tow. I watch them for the violence, the excitement, and the hardcore tentacle sex. They immediately leave the inn after becoming suspicious of the innkeeper, narrowly avoiding a confrontation with and , who use Gargoyles in the form of dogs to track them down. Deeply disturbed by this order, Durand leaves his companions in their , saying that he just needed some air. According to the Church, the soul that belonged to a corpse incapable of being consumed by the soil will forever wander in the human realm, unable to go to Heaven. And what will the knight do when this quest might risk France itself? Christian parents should take good note of that. It is hinted that her plans are to plant the seeds of rebellion in France, and the Four Musketeers depart for London to follow Maximilien.
The series also has villains that use Psalms from the Bible to kill people. It's handled very badly, ignores his relationships with others, and just isn't explained very well. Maximilien manages to sneak into Elizaveta's meeting with her new parliament, turning the members of the parliament into Gargoyles and successfully killing her. Especially considering that the story ultimately leads to the. Louis has Broglie pour a glass of poisoned wine for Marie to drink. The Empress grants D'Eon and his companions permission to arrest Vorontsov, who turns out to be a nobleman who was once under her command. I think of Le Chevalier D'Eon, Rose of Versailles, and a personal favorite of mine Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo.
They're still great series though. Itsuro Kawasaki Tow Ubukata February 17, 2007 2007-02-17 Louis escapes the room after Broglie blocks the shot executed by Robin, who is enraged upon witnessing the deaths of the two ladies. Historical anime about France, Versailles, aristocracy, with plenty of sword duels. In bouth series the confusion because of the 2 faces life apear at some point and finishes when the charachter is finaly accepting the person that he is. Moribito's my favorite series, bar none. Robin heads off to Versailles to deliver the Royal Psalms to Marie.
It also wraps up quite nicely with the final scenes of the series, which leads d'Eon back to where he started from, showing how much had changes since he started back in episode one. As the guards move in to arrest Pyotr, Vorontsov, and Bestuzhev, they attempt to escape. Things start off terribly depressing and then turn beautifully tragic by the closing of the final curtain. Overall Le Chevalier D'Eon is a great series. She reveals that the is the birthplace of the Royal Psalms.