10 years ago, Bahamut was resurrected and brought forth massive destruction to the continent. During that tragedy, the village where Nina lived in was destroyed by a huge fireball from the rage of Bahamut. 10 years later, Nina continued her life as an energetic bounty hounter at the royal capital Anatae, to gave her mother a better life. One day, a mysterious demon stirred trouble in Anatae. Because of the terror and the trouble, there is a bounty for his head, and the royal army also hunted him down. As a bounty hunter, Nina decided to hunt this demon for the prize money. But she didn’t realize that a danger awaits.


I feel that this anime so far has the most satisfying quality for this season. The first episode is presented with a film-like quality, not a usual TV animation series. The elegant orchestral background music is really fitting for the fantasy and intense action themes in this first episode. The fantasy theme set up by the first episode also appears to be in a whole new level compared to other fantasy anime in this season so far. The details of the background and characters, and some combination between 2D and 3D animation can really build up the intense action scene. With it’s epic story, monumental visual, world building, and music it’s a treat for fans of RPG, be it JRPG or DnD-likes RPG. But it is advisable to take a look at the previous series before getting into this one. You don’t have to play the game, but at least the first series is enough to understand certain parts in this anime.

Facts and Figures

Source material Smartpone game produced by Cygames
Alternative title Rage of Bahamut: Virgin Soul
Casts Go Inoue as Kaisar Lidfard
Hiroshi Iwasaki as Bacchus
Hiroyuki Yoshino as Favaro Leone
Kensho Ono as Alessand Visponti
Maaya Sakamoto as Sofiel
Mamoru Miyano as Painter (episode 1)
Masakazu Morita as Azazel
Megumi Han as Jeanne D’arc
Miyuki Sawashiro as Rita
Rena Maeda as Belphegor (episode 1)
Showtaro Morikubo as Hamsa
Sumire Morohoshi as Nina Drango
Yasuhiro Mamiya as Dias Bardolomew
Yuichiro Umehara as Charioce XVII
Director Keiichi Satou (Kuroshitsuji live-actionShingeki no Bahamut: Genesis, Tiger and Bunny)
Scriptwriter Shizuka Oiishi
Character design Naoyuki Onda (Ai no Kusabi, Blassreiter, Blazblue Ergo Proxy)
Opeing theme “LET iT END” by SiM
Ending Theme “Haikei Goodbye Sayonara” by DAOKO
Studio MAPPA
Official site
Twitter @baha_virginsoul
Broadcast date 7 April 2017 (2355 WIB/ 1655 GMT) 8 April 2017 (0155 JST)

Screenshots and Trailer

© Cygames/MAPPA/Shingeki no Bahamut Virgin Soul
© Cygames/MAPPA/Shingeki no Bahamut Virgin Soul
© Cygames/MAPPA/Shingeki no Bahamut Virgin Soul


© Cygames/MAPPA/Shingeki no Bahamut Virgin Soul

The Indonesian Anime Times | by Rafly Nugroho

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