Tales of Vesperia: The First Strike

Synopsis: In a mythical kingdom, the mighty Imperial Knights harness a magical substance known as Aer to power their weapons and protect humanity from the monsters of the forest. But something strange is afoot. The Aer is somehow changing, causing the wilderness to waste away and stirring the woodland beasts to attack with greater frequency. As danger creeps steadily closer to civilization, two young recruits - Flynn, the rigid son of a fallen hero, and the rebellious and brash Yuri - must ride with their fellow Imperial Knights to distant ruins in hopes of uncovering the truth behind the transforming Aer. Some will not survive the thrilling journey. Some will be betrayed. If Flynn and Yuri cannot overcome their differences and learn to fight together, all will be lost for the people of the realm.
Genre: Animation
Director(s): Kanta Kamei
  1 nomination.
 
IMDB:
6.4
TV-14
Year:
2009
110 min
10 Views

Time has passed since the end of the great war

between humans and monsters,

and the people have sought prosperity by harnessing

the power known as 'aer'.

Crystallized aer forms 'cores'

which serve to power 'blastia'.

Many different types of cores, through the use of blastia, now provide

us with all the necessities for survival and prosperity.

Magic and monsters...

In this world ruled by powers beyond human understanding,

we are continuously faced with decisions to make:

What should we protect? What should we give up? How should we live?

Hold on! You're going too fast!

Pick up the pace!

Yuri! Over here!

Okay! Next one!

How many do we have to set?!

Our team has three!

Over here!

Let's go, Flynn!

Right!

Don't fall behind!

Do you think the other teams will make it?

Wait! We need to follow the plan! Quit rushing ahead!

We don't have time to wait around!

They're catching up!

I'll leave it to you!

No one said anything about these things...

Yuri! All done here!

No way! How...?!

Has the operation failed?

No! Let's keep going!

None of the other teams are even here yet!

Shut up, will you?! The plan's going just fine!

What did you just say to me?!

I'm a little scared now...

Wow! There's a ton of 'em!

Back this way!

Took you long enough!

W-What the...

What in the world?

Oh, man...

Chastel! Everyone's here!

Hisca!

Yurgis! Get them back here!

Yuri! Flynn! Come back!

O brilliant light, be as a wall to allay arms!

Force Field!

Is it... over?

Looks like it...

Yuri!

Flynn!

Not too shabby for your first job!

Yuri!

What?

Why didn't you follow the mission plan?!

What's the big deal? It all worked out in the end.

We almost paid the price for your selfishness!

Get off my case! You're too fussy about everything!

You're too irresponsible, Yuri!

Simmer down, you two!

Now go take care of the clean-up, on the double!

Yes, Sir...

See?! He hit me, because of you!

You're the one to blame!

Shut up!

Captain!

Lambert...

The red trees are rapidly approaching the town...

Aer...

How long are you going to stay dressed like that?!

Just for a bit. No harm in that.

Man, you're fussy... about everything.

And look at this floor!

Get off my case, will you?

Talk about bad luck.

Getting assigned to the same post, and even the same room as you...

Someone definitely has it out for me.

That's my line!

I still don't understand why you would join the Knights!

I'm coming in!

What are you two doing?! It's time!

I'm sorry.

Hurry...

This deserted in only a month...

Business really dried up once the monsters started appearing.

You're late.

I left Chris behind to wait for you. Your shift's next.

Yes, Sir.

Yuri. Don't go tearing off on your own like yesterday.

Hey, you! Get back here...!

Seriously! Could you stop causing trouble every chance you get?!

Yuri can't help that he's so popular.

Shut up! I'm sick of your snide remarks!

Man, this thing's annoying.

Don't be like that. You're in charge of looking after Repede.

Hey. Show me your magic artes.

Huh? There's no need for that right now.

I didn't see it yesterday. I was face-down in the dirt.

And they won't give us any, since we're still rookies.

I don't think they'll ever give you any.

With your connections, I bet you could get yours quick, Flynn.

Your father was a Knight too, right?

I'll obtain it through my own skill.

Show me, for educational purposes!

Only if you change your tone.

Show me it now dammit!

Show me it now dammit!

Show me it now dammit!

Are you trying to mock me?!

Ugh, talk about lame...!

We specialize in healing and defense artes!

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Reiko Yoshida

Reiko Yoshida (吉田 玲子, Yoshida Reiko) is a Japanese screenwriter and manga artist. She has written and supervised numerous screenplays for anime series, live-action dramas and films. Her major works include Kasumin, Kaleido Star, Aria, Maria-sama ga Miteru, D.Gray-man, K-On!, Bakuman and Girls und Panzer. In more recent works, she has supervised the screenplays for Majestic Prince, Non Non Biyori, A Town Where You Live, Tamako Market, Yowamushi Pedal and Castle Town Dandelion. In films, she wrote the screenplay for The Cat Returns, the original films that would make up Digimon: The Movie, Kyoto Animation’s hit anime film A Silent Voice, and the film adaptations of Osamu Tezuka's Buddha, the last one's second film was given a stamp of approval by the Dalai Lama. She wrote the story for the manga series Tokyo Mew Mew along with illustrator Mia Ikumi. Among her works, she was recognized for Best Screenplay/Original Work for Girls und Panzer at the Tokyo Anime Award Festival in 2014, and she won another Best Screenplay/Original Work award in 2017. In 2018, she wrote the screenplay for Violet Evergarden which aired on TV in Japan and is licensed by Netflix. more…

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