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(1995 - 2006)
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Four years ago, Kazuma Kannagi was defeated by his cousin Ayano Kannagi for the right to be the successor of Enraiha, a sword passed down in the Kannagi family. His defeat, along with his lack of talent for En-Jutsu, the fire arts, the Kannagis' specialty, resulted in his banishment from the family. Now, Kazuma returns as Kazuma Yagami, a skilled master of Fū-Jutsu, the wind arts.CharactersMain characters
Kazuma Yagami (八神 和麻, Yagami Kazuma?) Voiced by: Daisuke Ono Kazuma is a former member of the Kannagi household. He was banished from the family by his father after being defeated by Ayano during the successor ceremony for Enraiha, his family's sacred sword, due to his inability to use En-Jutsu. Four years later, at the age of twenty-two, he returns to Japan as a skilled master of Fū-Jutsu. As a Fū-Jutsushi, Kazuma's powers are extensive. Apart from being able to fly even while holding three people, Kazuma can launch blasts of wind that act as blades, and manipulate wind spirits to create a barrier, protecting his body from physical harm or reflecting light in order to camouflage himself. He can also retrieve information from a person's mind, though this often results in the person's death. It has also become apparent that he possibly has the ability to manipulate electricity, given that high speed wind friction creates static electricity. Kazuma is also a Contractor, having entered into a contract with the Kaze no Seirei-Ou, the Wind Spirit Lord. Thanks to that, Kazuma is able to draw upon all wind spirits in the atmosphere, which can amplify his powers, and allow him to heal his wounds. When using that power, his eyes turn azure blue. However, this ability puts a strain on his body. Also, when Kazuma is extremely angered, his eyes turn crimson red and his wind turns black. In this state, he has no qualms in hurting others with his abilities, as long as he gets what he wants. However, when in this state, his overall powers seem to be weaker than when he is in his regular state; when Ayano helps him snap out of his rage, he states that his black wind is pathetic. It is later revealed that after Kazuma was banished from his family, his only desire became achieving great power. He traveled to a small town in China, where he caused all kinds of trouble. That is until he met Tsui-Ling, whom he fell in love with and eventually lived with. Kazuma no longer desired power and along with working part-time at a restaurant with her, he also took up a job as a freelancer, doing simple odd jobs. His happiness, however, came to an abrupt end when an organization used Tsui-Ling as a sacrifice to summon a powerful demon. Blaming himself for failing to protect her, Kazuma once again sought out great power, thus his making a contract with the Wind Spirit Lord. Some time after becoming a Contractor, he killed the one responsible for Tsui-Ling's death. Later, two years prior to the series' beginning, Kazuma made a name for himself as the demon-like wind mage, who did not hesitate to hurt others as long as his task was completed. However, his personality began to turn for the good once again after returning to Japan and meeting Ayano; admitting near the end of the series that he could now love another person besides Tsui-Ling.
Kaze no Stigma began as a light novel series, written by Takahiro Yamato and illustrated by Hanamaru Nanto, serialized in the Japanese seinen light novel magazine Monthly Dragon Magazine, published by Fujimi Shobō, a subsidiary of Kadokawa Shoten. It began serialization in January 2002, and as of April 2007, is still running. Eleven bound volumes have been published — six main volumes and five short story compilations. The latest main volume was released on October 20, 2005, and the latest short story volume went on sale in Japan in December 2007.Manga
A manga series illustrated by Neko Miyakai began serialization in the Japanese shōnen manga magazine Monthly Dragon Age on April 9, 2007. As of September 2007, one bound volume has been published by Fujimi Shobō.AnimeSee also: List of Kaze no Stigma episodes
Gonzo's Kaze no Stigma animated TV series aired on Japanese broadcasting channels between April 11, 2007 and September 20, 2007, containing twenty-four episodes; it aired in a late night slot. The series was directed by Junichi Sakata. The first DVD release of Kaze no Stigma was released on August 24, 2007.1 The anime's opening theme is "Blast of Wind" by Saori Kiuji. The first ending theme is "Hitorikiri no Sora" by Saori Kiuji and the second ending theme is "Matataki no Kiwoku" (瞬きのキヲク, "Matataki no Kiwoku"?) by Ayumi Fujimura, Yuka Inokuchi and Shizuka Itō.The major difference between the novel and the anime is the significant darker tone in the novels. Kazuma is much more of a darker character in the novel which depicts him killing most of the antagonistic characters in the series while the anime changes these deaths so Kazuma is uninvolved with them. Other scenes involving gruesome deaths are simply removed.
The young, short heir to the Sanzenin fortune who happens to be in love with her butler and rescuer, Hayate.
Over the course of the series, it's revealed that Nagi considers herself a bit of an otaku and aspiring manga artist. She makes a lot of inside jokes and references to other popular anime and manga throughout the story. However, her lifestyle has also made her a bit of a sheltered shut-in, as she has trouble talking to people outside of her circle of close friends and servants and even knowing what to buy, often relying on Hayate, Maria, or someone else to do it for her. Nagi is also very unathletic, having trouble running more than 50 meters even after Hayate tried to train her for a freestyle marathon.
Nagi seems to have a sort of rivalry with Nishizawa, Hayate's former classmate and another love interest, often condescendingly referring to her as "Hamster" after a Toradora reference where Nagi's aura appeared in the form of a dragon while Nishizawa's aura took on the shape of a Hamster that the dragon ended up trying to eat. However, the two of them seem to grudgingly get along with each other after initial hostilities.
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Sakura is the protagonist of Cardcaptor Sakura. After releasing the Clow Cards from the book, she is anointed to become a Cardcaptor by Cerberus. She wears frivolous outfits made by her best friend Tomoyo while she captures each card one-by-one.
PersonalityShe is a very optimistic girl who strives to do the best she can. Her prowess in athletic skills are shown through her cheerleading hobby. There are times where she can be a bit clumsy and naive but despite these qualities, she overcomes her problems. Because of her trustworthiness, she is very friendly with others and shows concerns for her friends' situations and problems.
ProfileAll data is from volume one of the manga Cardcaptor Sakura.
Blood Type: A
Favorite School Subject: P.E., Music
Least Favorite Subject: Math
Favorite Colors: pink, white
Favorite Flower: Cherry Blossom
Favorite Foods: Rice omelets and noodles
Least Favorite Food: Konnyaku
Favorite Recipe: Pancakes
Wish List: A new school bag
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