Seirei no Moribito

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Seirei no Moribito (Season 1)

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  • Title: 精霊の守り人
  • Title (romaji): Seirei no Moribito
  • Title (English): Moribito: Guardian of the Spirit
  • Format: Renzoku
  • Genre: Taiga fantasy
  • Broadcast network: NHK

Season 1[edit]

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  • Episodes: 4
  • Broadcast period: 2016-Mar-19 to 2016-Apr-09
  • Air time: Saturday 21:00

Synopsis[edit]

Based on Uehashi Naoko's "Moribito Series" novels, "Seirei no Moribito" tells the story of a crown prince named Chagum who bears the egg of a water spirit, as well as the legendary female bodyguard and spear-wielder Balsa, who was hired to protect him. With the help of shaman friends, Tanda and Torogai, they get to the bottom of the mystery regarding the spirit. Was it a demon or a nature spirit essential to the survival of their world? Meanwhile, assassins are sent to kill Chagum, upon orders from his very own father, the Emperor...

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Recognition[edit]

  • Japan Action Awards 2017: Best Action Actress Award: Ayase Haruka
  • Japan Action Awards 2017: Best Action Stunt Actress Award: Oshima Haruka (大島遥)
  • ATP Award TV Grand Prix 2017: Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications Award (Seirei no Moribito)

Season 2[edit]

Seirei no Moribito (Season 2)
  • Title: 精霊の守り人II 悲しき破壊神
  • Title (romaji): Seirei no Moribito 2: Kanashiki Hakaishin
  • Episodes: 9
  • Broadcast period: 2017-Jan-21 to 2017-Mar-25
  • Air time: Saturday 21:00

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Four years ago, bodyguard Balsa helped Chagum, the crown prince of New Yogo, bear the egg of the Water Spirit, thereby saving the land from a massive drought. However, she is presently hiding in the Rota Kingdom after her failed assassination attempt against Rogsam, the King of Kambal who had her father killed. Along with childhood friend and shaman, Tanda, she saves and takes in two children from the Talu tribe, Asla and her older brother Chikisa from a gang of slave traders. They sense that a dangerous and sinister spirit dwells inside Asla. However Asla defends the spirit as a powerful god that could save her persecuted tribe. Meanwhile the king of Rota assigns a shaman from Rota, Sfal and his daughter Shihana to find Asla, and to stop the god of Talu from resurrecting... Meanwhile across the sea, the islands of Sangal Kingdom are under attack by the powerful Talsh Empire from the southern continent. Chagum, now fifteen years old, has been ordered by his Emperor father to go to Sangal and take care of the matter himself...

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Season 3[edit]

Seirei no Moribito (Season 3)
  • Title: 精霊の守り人 最終章
  • Title (romaji): Seirei no Moribito: Sai Shusho
  • Episodes: 9
  • Broadcast period: 2017-Nov-25 to 2018-Jan-27
  • Air time: Saturday 21:00

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In this final chapter, bodyguard Balsa and Crown Prince Chagum of New Yogo travel to the former's birthplace, the northern kingdom of Kambal. They plan to invite Kambal King Rogsam to join an alliance with the neighboring kingdoms of Rota and New Yogo, in order to stave off the invasion of the powerful Talsh Empire, led by Prince Raul. Arriving there, Balsa also learns more about the past, particularly the story behind the murder of her father Karuna, and that of Jiguro, her adoptive father, who helped her escape when she was small. Balsa and Chagum also uncover a strange ancient Kambal ritual: once in a few decades, the Kambal King and his elite warriors, the Spears, go deep inside a holy mountain and face off with the legendary Mountain King's mysterious warriors called the Hyohlu... Meanwhile, the formidable Talsh army closes in on New Yogo. Shaman Tanda is forced to join the war effort. He soon senses and foresees an incoming destructive force that's about to be unleashed on the land.

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