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Trivia / Blue Dragon

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  • Acting for Two: In the English version:
    • Steve Staley voices Jiro and Raging Kesu.
    • Hineto and the Lago Village chief are voiced by Joey D'Auria.
    • Fred Tatasciore voices Szabo and the Caches Town elder.
    • Jibral and Turbulent Mai are both voiced by Sam Riegel.
    • Sura-sura and Kabura are voiced by Melissa Fahn.
    • Jiro and Marumaro's mothers are voiced by Ellyn Stern.
    • Michael McConnohie voices Yasato, as well as Jiro and Marumaro's fathers.
    • Jeelala, the King Ghost and Heat-Wave Sai are voiced by Richard Epcar.
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  • Creator Couple: In the English version, Richard Epcar voices Heat-Wave Sai, the King Ghost and Jeelala, and his wife Ellyn Stern voices Jiro and Marumaro's mothers.
  • Crossdressing Voices: In the Japanese and English versions, the male Shu is respectively voiced by the female Marina Inoue and Mona Marshall.
  • Descended Creator: Character designer Akira Toriyama voices Toripo in the game.
  • Directed by Cast Member: In the English version, Richard Epcar was the ADR Director as well as the voice actor for Heat-Wave Sai, the King Ghost and Jeelala.
  • Multi-Disc Work: The game was split into 3 discs - the second disc started after the victory feast celebrating the destruction of Nene's flying fortress, and the third disc started after rescuing Kluke and waking up in Devour Village.
  • The Other Darrin:
    • In the Japanese version, the characters appearing in the anime are not voiced by the actors that played them in the video game.
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    • In the anime's English dub, everyone besides Cindy Robinson (Zola) was recast.
  • Significant Double Casting: In the Japanese and English versions, Deathroy and his true form, Destroy are both played by Yuji Ueda and Will Matthews, respectively.
  • Vaporware: There were plans for a Blue Dragon 2, being a true sequel to the first game... back during the mid-to-late Turn of the Millennium.
  • The Wiki Rule: The Blue Dragon Wiki.
  • You Sound Familiar:
    • Daisuke Namikawa was the Japanese voice of Jibral in the video game and Jiro in the anime.
    • In the anime's English dub, Killer Bat is voiced by Richard Epcar, who previously voiced Heat-Wave Sai, the King Ghost and Jeelala in the video game.


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