Author Existence Failure: Yamaguichi died on April 4, 2013, after losing a two-year battle with cancer. Thankfully, Denko Bunki (the publisher of the novels) announced two years later, on June 25th of 2015, that the series would be completed posthumously, as Yamaguichi dictated the finale to his editors from his sickbed. The last two volumes concern the true nature of the Void, Brimir, and the origin of the conflict between humans and elves.
Official Fan-Submitted Content: Just like in the Spanish-language dub of The Sacred Blacksmith, Louise and Saito's voice actors in both the Mexican and European Spanish dubs were selected by the fans. In both versions, rather than using well known voice actors, both dubs used newcomers for both characters.
Outlived Its Creator: Noboru Yamaguchi died of Cancer in 2013, with 20th Light Novel volume of the series released 2 years prior but with some material to release the following volume ready, the series was nearing its climax and was a constant hit in sales; Noboru had rough notes and manuscripts of how the series would end, with this the publisher Media Factory decided to pick someone capable of finishing writing the series in his place, 3 more books to end the series at the 23th volume was scheduled, in February 2016 the 21th Volume finally reached the stores, the new author is being kept in secrecy, Noboru Yamaguchi is being credited as the sole writer as tribute.
In the English dub, at least, Tabitha and Kirche, the quiet young mage with serious parental problems and her busty, energetic redhead best friend, are also Fate Testarossa and Arf... a quiet young mage with serious parental problems and her busty, energetic, redhead familiar.