Legend Of The Galactic Heroes
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There is a third neutral power nominally attached to the Galactic Empire, the Phezzan Dominion, a planet-state that trades with both warring powers. There is also a Terraism cult, which believes that humans should go back to Earth, gaining popularity throughout the galaxy. Throughout the story, executive political figures of Phezzan, in concert with the upper-hierarchy of the Terraism cult, orchestrate a number of conspiracies to shift the tide of the galactic war to favor their objectives. The name "Phezzan" is a reference to Fezzan, a region of modern Libya that played an analogous historical role to the one in the anime.
As the youngest admiral in the Galactic Empire, Reinhard von Musel was derided by his peers due to his low standing. Sent to intercept an Alliance fleet in a thinly-veiled attempt to get him killed, Reinhard sets off toward what will become his first encounter with his legendary rival.
"The Golden Brat", Reinhard von Lohengramm, a military prodigy and admiral of the Galactic Empire, has ambitions beyond protecting the borders or even defeating the empire's enemies. He seeks to overthrow the old order and become a truly absolute - yet benevolent - dictator. His rival, the humble Yang Wen-li of the Free Planets Alliance, wishes to preserve democracy even if he must sacrifice his political ideals to defeat the empire. Their political and military battles play out over a galactic chessboard in an epic saga 15 centuries in the making!
So at first glance who we should root for seems obvious. One side is basically space Nazis. The other is a society of rebels standing up to the big evil. But as we see constantly throughout the series, who are the heroes and who are the villains is not nearly as clear cut as it seems.
The story is played straight and seriously and is crammed with detail. It's also crammed with characters, from the big players at the top of the government to the lowly farmers and grunt soldiers at the bottom who get everything done. There are so many, in fact, that each episode always shows a character's name when they first show up on screen in case you forgot who they were. At times, this can become confusing, to the point where you need a scorecard to keep all of the characters' names and ambitions straight. The pace of the story can also be slow. It's possible to watch an episode in which the heroes prepare for an invasion, skip ahead three episodes, and find the heroes still preparing for it.
Compare and contrast the Foundation Series by Isaac Asimov for a different take on the challenges of moving humanity forward on a galactic scale.Legend of the Galactic Heroes provides examples of: open/close all folders
Think of Star Wars but without all of the mumbo jumbo with space priests , aliens and soap opera.Blonde young man ( from one empire that is not Germany ) is hated because of his sister. Young asian man that is chill and very smart is ignored because his superior is too boomer to listen.Symphony orchestra works so well with a galactic war.
In the thirty-sixth century, humanity has conquered the galaxy and colonized countless star systems. The Galactic Empire, modeled along Prussian lines, and the democratic Free Planets Alliance are at war, and the fate of every human being in the universe hangs in the balance. This classic Japanese space opera, adapted into a legendary anime, is finally available in English for the first time. 781b155fdc