History Literature / TheHeroicLegendOfArslan

24th Dec '17 6:33:33 AM lalaTKG
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The series was on hiatus at 13 volumes but two more volumes were published and 16th being the final volume; the first having been published in 1986 until 2017 where Tanaka finished the 16th volume.

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The series was on hiatus at 13 volumes but two more volumes were published and published, with the 16th being concluding the final volume; story; the first having been published in 1986 until 2017 where Tanaka finished the 16th volume.
24th Dec '17 6:23:44 AM lalaTKG
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The series was on hiatus at 13 volumes but two more volumes were published and 16th being the final volume; the first having been published in 1986 until 2017 where Tanaka finishes the 16th volume.

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The series was on hiatus at 13 volumes but two more volumes were published and 16th being the final volume; the first having been published in 1986 until 2017 where Tanaka finishes finished the 16th volume.
5th Sep '17 1:56:27 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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The story of all incarnations is ''very loosely'' based on the Persian epic ''Amir Arsalan''. It takes place in a fantasy setting reminiscent of ancient Middle East and feature the warring states of Pars and Lusitania (Pars is roughly the same as Persia/modern Iran). The king of Pars--Andragoras--demotes one of his most loyal generals--Daryun--on the word of a man who proves to be a traitor. During a battle between the Lusitanians and Parsians the Lusitanians achieve victory and Daryun escapes with the crown prince of Pars--Arslan. The story details the ventures of Daryun and Arslan as they attempt to reclaim Pars and gain revenge against the Lusitanians while facing innumerable obstacles between them and their goals.

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The story of all incarnations is ''very loosely'' based on the Persian epic ''Amir Arsalan''. It takes place in a fantasy setting reminiscent of the ancient Middle East and feature the warring states of Pars and Lusitania (Pars is roughly the same as Persia/modern Iran). The king of Pars--Andragoras--demotes one of his most loyal generals--Daryun--on the word of a man who proves to be a traitor. During a battle between the Lusitanians and Parsians the Lusitanians achieve victory and Daryun escapes with the crown prince of Pars--Arslan. The story details the ventures of Daryun and Arslan as they attempt to reclaim Pars and gain revenge against the Lusitanians while facing innumerable obstacles between them and their goals.
30th Aug '17 2:50:49 AM sayaleviathan
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The series was on hiatus at 13 volumes but two more volumes were published as of late and 16th is planned to be the last; the first having been published in 1986 and the series not yet complete, although volume 7 marks a sort of halfway conclusion.

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The series was on hiatus at 13 volumes but two more volumes were published as of late and 16th is planned to be being the last; final volume; the first having been published in 1986 and until 2017 where Tanaka finishes the series not yet complete, although volume 7 marks a sort of halfway conclusion.
16th volume.
28th Aug '17 12:54:27 PM WolfThunder
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28th Aug '17 12:53:34 PM WolfThunder
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28th Aug '17 12:52:26 PM WolfThunder
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28th Aug '17 12:50:43 PM WolfThunder
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19th Jul '17 4:56:53 PM MsZephy7
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* AloneWithThePsycho: Arslan is cornered by [[spoiler: Hilmes]] while walking alone on top of the Peshawar's walls. It's made clear that [[spoiler: Hilmes]] was toying with Arslan when the former could have easily killed him.
18th Jul '17 8:07:10 PM MsZephy7
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* MookHorrorShow: This occurs whenever Daryun enters in battle where he easily kills anyone in his way, most notably to the invading Lusitanians and Shindrians.
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