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View Poll Results: If you've seen it, would you recommend it?
Yes, most definitely 6 85.71%
Probably, I'll need to watch a few more 1 14.29%
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Old 2004-02-01, 02:10   Link #1
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Join Date: Feb 2004
Popolocrois Monogatari (2003 season)

It's a 26 parter Adventure series of Prince Pinon, son of Pietoro, that nobody wanted to sub until recently.
Currently being subbed singlehandedly by Wyrdwad of Pakapuka Anime, with HQ RAWS provided by Rayeart.

Soon to be subbed is the 1998 season sometime soon, which is the story of Pietoro before he became King.
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Old 2008-02-23, 21:13   Link #2
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Wow. No discussion at all.

This show is great. The 1998 show is better, but 2003 is still a must-watch.

I'm up to episode 18 now.

One thing that I like about the series is "random encounters". The heroes can be going along, doing whatever, then A MONSTER SUDDENLY APPEARS.

Maybe it's my years of RPG playing, but I always find that hilarious. It's also something which I haven't seen any other anime do, at least very well.
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Old 2008-11-06, 19:49   Link #3
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Do you guys have a Popolocrois 2003 episode 25 and 26 I want to watch it.
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Old 2009-03-19, 21:12   Link #4
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Thank you for finishing this wonderful anime!
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