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Hakushaku to Yōsei ist eine Light-Novel-Reihe und der Autorin Mizue Tani und der Illustratorin Asako Takaboshi, die seit in Japan erscheint. Sie wurde als Manga, Anime und Hörspiel adaptiert, der Manga erscheint in Deutschland unter dem Titel. Hakushaku to Yōsei (jap. 伯爵と妖精) ist eine Light-Novel-Reihe und der Autorin Mizue Tani und der Illustratorin Asako Takaboshi, die seit in Japan. Earl and Fairy (Anime)Hakushaku to Yousei / 伯爵と妖精. Hakushaku to Yousei #Manga #Anime (The Earl and the Fairy) ♥ Earl and Fairy- Raven, Edgar, Kelpie oh mah gosh i loved this anime! The Earl and the Fairy. - Edgar and Lydia - Hakushaku to Yousei - Earl and Fairy. Hakushaku to Yousei (Earl And Fairy) Mobile Wallpaper # - Zerochan Anime Image Board. View and download this x Hakushaku to Yousei (Earl. privatebankier.eu: Finden Sie Earl and Fairy Complete Series in unserem vielfältigen into a light novel series called Hakushaku to Yousei which is 33 novels in total.
- Edgar and Lydia - Hakushaku to Yousei - Earl and Fairy. Book Title. Novel Set HAKUSHAKU TO YOSEI Yousei Vol. 1 - 10 MIZUE TANI by CobaltBunko - Earl and Fairy. ISBN. -. Condition GOOD(A-B-C-D-E)BAD. Apr 15, - Edgar J.C Ashenbert, Lydia Carlton, and Raven - Hakushaku to Yousei - Earl and Fairy.
Producers: None found, add some. Licensors: Discotek Media. Studios: Artland. Score: 7. Ranked: 2 2 based on the top anime page. Hakushaku to Yousei.
Make a recommendation. Hatenkou Yuugi add permalink. A beautiful girl with magical powers accompanies a mysterious bishounen with a mysterious past and a dark agenda on a journey.
Compared to the girl in Hatenkou Yuugi, Hakushaku's girl is a little more timid and her powers are more passive than active she can communicate with fairies, but she can't cast spells--at least, not as of the first episode.
Also, whereas in Hatenkou Yuugi, the girl is genuinely a companion for her two bishounen friends, in Hakushaku she is more a servant of the duke, and at his mercy.
Read recommendations by 5 more users. Female leads have very strong personalities. Both series are specific comedies with a lot of magic elements, bishounens and of course both are romance.
Both stories mostly made of romantic line as a background to some adventures. The main heroine doesn't seem to be taken seriously by main male characters.
Btw th romantic line is partially indefinite no clear-cut love and kisses ending for you. Both main characters are lovable, and in both you can find supernatural beings ang lots of magic.
Not to mention similarity between main male characters, in behaviour and irony. Although romance in Hatenkou is more hidden, one can also clearly see it, Hatenkou is also a bit darker in themes and plot.
In both animes, the female main protoganist has a very strong personality, insisting to achieve her personal aims, heartwarming, not the typical disturbing high-school girl; more the thoughtful person.
The two main characters as well share their two bishounen-surrounders, with whom she experiences a lot of 'adventures' - also romantice situations, though these are unfortunately just hinted.
Both Females own some sort of magical power, though one is more physical and the other rather psychic. For short: Both animes, just like the characters have got quite the same feeling and share lots of simlitaries and share quite the same genres comedy, adventure, fantasy.
The characters felt the same and both travel with two guys on a adventure out of the extraordinary. Kuroshitsuji add permalink.
Set in 19th century England, both have bishounen, some supernatural and magic element. Both are comedy with a little bit of action in Kuroshitsuji there is much more.
Read recommendations by 3 more users. Raven and Sebastian are quite simmilar something for "Yes, my lord. Earl and Fairy will make you smile and Kuroshitsuji will make you cry but both are worth watching.
Sebastian and Raven are both devoted butlers with demon-alike abilities, English nobility everywhere, XIX century setting and I guess that's all.
Both are set in similar time eras and in the same location. They both are drawn similarly and have the same dark light on the story. Although Hakushaku to Yousei as far more romance than Kuroshitsuji, they are both alike and very well done stories.
Kaichou wa Maid-sama! Although a totally different age and setting, the blond male protagonist struggles throughout the anime to seduce the reluctant and female protagonist.
Both are nicely embroidered with some light romance and comedy. Though the setting is utterly different and the atmosphere as such have a different feel for each, there are many similarities in the characters and their chemistry.
The male lead is a handsome blonde with ties to wealthy families and mysterious past who seems to be openly infatuated with the female lead - and are.
The female lead on the other hand is a smart, independent woman who doubts the sincerity of the other. Hakushaku to Yousei has more of a deeper storyline and is more serious or intense is set in the 19th century while Kaichou wa Maid Sama is lighter, a lot funnier and doesn't have a hugely important storyline.
Both anime have a strong female lead character and the male protagonist is mysterious yet charming, though Earl and Fairy is fantasy unlike Kaichou wa Maid-sama!.
Both have a girl who doesn't trust men. Edgar and Usui are similar in many ways, but the plot is original enough to keep the anime interesting.
Romeo x Juliet add permalink. If you're a fan of stories set in Europe or with a European theme and about nobles, you should check this out.
Also, both art are beautifully drawn. Read recommendations by 2 more users. Both these anime take place in history, although Hakushaku to Yousei more recent.
Both also have that touch of magic and out-of-the-ordinary that will make you just love both of these stories. Almost same characters involved Mahoutsukai no Yome add permalink.
Both female protagonists have rare abilities that connect them to fairies and are sought out and taken in by the male protagonist who has slight romantic inclinations towards the female protagonist.
Both are centered in England and revolve around British folklore. If you like british lore for fae and other myths I highly recommend Earl and Faerie.
Both have the "english" setting and are pretty light. The main protagonist both have bright red hair and green eyes.
Both anime are about magic. The main characters can see things that others cant. Pandora Hearts add permalink. Both anime deal with English aristosracy and its morals.
Both have blonde bishounen as the main hero involved in some kind of contract with supernatural heroine.
By the way Oz and Edgar have also dark though loyal servants. And genres are the same: romance, shoujo, reverse harem. For those who are charmed with English exquisite aristocratic atmosphere, both anime would be the best option.
Very similare to Hakushaku to Yousei. To start, both animes take place in a European setting. The protagonists have a undeniably die-hard loyal servant that would sacrifice anything to protect their masters, coincidentally, both servants in both animes go by the name Raven.
They also possess a very noble and respected status and are expected to fulfill a prophecy, both prophecies involving their ultimate death.
Humans on their own have no directly suoernatural ability ex. The antagonists of course, use this ability for a poor purpose and have a killing intent towards the main character.
A less significant similarity is that in both animes, the main characters have blond hair and their servant has black hair.
Howl no Ugoku Shiro add permalink. Indeed both share an evident and delicate romantic and magic atmosphere. I think that a good word to describe their magic stories is: Sweet.
Female lead characters are weak initially, however through trials they become stronger, and learn how to deal with the male leads.
Both were way too short; Hakushaku to Yousei seemed incomplete, and in Howl's Castle, Howls personality did not seem clearly developed enough for me.
Kamisama Hajimemashita add permalink. Cute girls with tempramental guys, the story has magic and fantasy. Both anime has romance, comedy and a bit of action.
Read recommendations by 1 more user. Similar according to romance topic: male main characters are pretty same, same cold attitude from the beginning that is warming more and more with the passing time thanks to the feelings that they share to object of their love.
Everything is hard from the start in both cases which makes even more "yummie" : Maybe female character is little bit more phlegmatic than Nanami from KamiHaji but still it is not slowing the action speed.
Ouran Koukou Host Club add permalink. Edgar is just like Tamaki dazzling, handsome, blonde and self-centered and Lydia is a little bit like Haruhi natural and easy-going.
Great romance comedies both! Both series have the same humor. And if you liked tamaki from ouran then you will like Edgar from hakushaku too and of course if you liked edgar you will love tamaki.
Both animes made me giggle all the time when I watched it. And I fell in love with both the main characters. Otome Youkai Zakuro add permalink.
The male lead is blonde with no powers, whilst the female is the one with magic. Both of these storylines contain light-hearted romance and comedy throughout.
The male protagonists in both are blond and handsome, from straight-laced upbringing while the female protagonists have a connection to the magical world.
Both are embroidered with delicate animation and lovely art, I recommend to anyone who enjoys a light and refreshing plot.
Gosick add permalink. Has the mystery vibe. The girl is self reliant and has her abilities and the guy relys on the girl.
They are very similar in setting and characters. Kaze no Stigma add permalink. Both are involved in magic. One involves fairies, the other natural elements.
They are also very similar romance wise. Vampire Knight add permalink. The plot isn't very similar but the drawings are very alike and the relationship, when the main characters become closer, reminds of the one which Yuuki and Kaname has.
Even though they aren't close from the beginning, when time passes by, the guy protects the girl. Do you have Prime Video? The episode opens up Kelpie and a field fairy named Marigold with the 'moon'.
The Earl hires Lydia the Fairy Doctor to work for him. The Earl holds a ball and Kelpie shows up to take Lydia back to Scotland.
Kelpie wants Lydia to marry him so he stole the 'moon' from the fairy. When he tries to show Lydia the ring Paul who is an artist Edgar likes and someone Lydia recently met steps in and accidentally gets the ring on his finger.
The Earl shows up and this ultimately ends the tussle. Kelpie returns to the water. In the end the Earl finds out his claim to the title for the Blue Knight Earl is being challenged.
Now on Merrow Island, Lydia is cornered by a member of the Unseelie court and with only Nico by her side, who decides to disappear, she cowers before her fate of possibly dying.
The wolf lunges at her, but is stopped by Raven just in time. Lydia is surprised and elated that Raven has come to her rescue.
Raven fights and scares the Unseelie wolf away. Lydia is then thrown into a cell with her father and apologizes for involving him with the Earl, and asks if he possibly knows where the Earl might be.
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