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Growlanser II: The Sense of Justice (2004)

As the three neighboring kingdoms of Rolandia, Burnstein, and Ranzack try to construct a new era of peace after a devastating war, a small squad of Burnstein knights, headed by young Wein ... See full summary »

Writers:

Akira Hazuki (scenario), Yo Hazuki | 2 more credits »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Owen McIntosh Owen McIntosh ... Wein Cruz (voice)
Craig Padilla Craig Padilla ... Hans Bearnt (voice)
Megan Niessink Megan Niessink ... Charlone Claudius (voice)
John Haas John Haas ... Xenos Langley (voice)
Asa Spade Asa Spade ... Maximillian Schneider (voice)
Melissa Gulden Melissa Gulden ... Riviera Marius (voice)
Forrest Spade Forrest Spade ... Carmaine Fallsmyer (voice)
Rhonda Gibson Rhonda Gibson ... Arieta Lyuis (good) (voice)
Adriana Hodges Adriana Hodges ... Arieta Lyuis (evil) (voice)
David McCormick David McCormick ... Ernest Lyell (voice)
Ned Schuft Ned Schuft ... Brett Varner (voice)
Keith Lack Keith Lack ... Wolfgang (voice)
John Truitt John Truitt ... Gevas (voice)
Blake Dorsey Blake Dorsey ... Burnstein Commander (voice)
Chris Mendel Chris Mendel ... Kenshin Reaves (voice)
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Storyline

As the three neighboring kingdoms of Rolandia, Burnstein, and Ranzack try to construct a new era of peace after a devastating war, a small squad of Burnstein knights, headed by young Wein Cruz, finds itself caught in the middle of a conspiracy which threatens to crumble the peace that so many heroes fought for. As he seeks to discover the mysterious fourth party that framed him and his companions, Wein ultimately finds himself confronted with a number decisions that will determine the future of the continent once and for all... Written by Ross Cooper

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Certificate:

T
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Details

Country:

Japan

Language:

Japanese | English

Release Date:

4 December 2004 (USA) See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Career Soft See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color
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Trivia

Negative feedback for the opening theme song after the Japanese release prompted North American publisher Working Designs to create an original composition for the opening cast roll in the stateside release. See more »

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