The Tower of Druaga: the Sword of Uruk (TV)

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Alternative title:
Druaga no Tō ~the Sword of URUK~ (Japanese)
برج درواجا : سيف يورُك (Arabic)
ドルアーガの塔 ~the Sword of URUK~ (Japanese)
Genres: adventure, drama, fantasy
Objectionable content: Significant
Plot Summary: Half a year has passed since monsters disappeared from the the tower of Druaga, thanks to Jil and his companions who defeated the evil god Druaga. Jil and Fatina survived the collapse of the tower and tried to live their lives after the betrayal of Neeba and Kaaya. This changed when they rescue a little girl named Kai, who tells Jil to take her to the top of the tower after showing him an unpleasant vision of the future.
User Ratings: 882 ratings have been given [details]
 Masterpiece: 58 votes (sub:42, dub:15, others:1
1 Spanish subtitled
 Excellent: 159 votes (sub:112, dub:42, raw:2, others:3
1 Spanish subtitled
1 Italian subtitled
1 Russian dubbed
 Very good: 288 votes (sub:209, dub:72, ?:1, others:6
4 Spanish subtitled
1 Portuguese subtitled
1 French subtitled
 Good: 228 votes (sub:174, dub:42, raw:2, ?:2, others:8
4 Spanish subtitled
2 Portuguese subtitled
1 Italian subtitled
1 Russian subtitled
 Decent: 78 votes (sub:63, dub:11, others:4
2 French subtitled
1 Portuguese subtitled
1 Spanish subtitled
 So-so: 38 votes (sub:27, dub:9, others:2
1 Korean subtitled
1 Spanish subtitled
 Not really good: 19 votes (sub:18, dub:1)
 Weak: 9 votes (sub:6, dub:2, others:1
1 French subtitled
 Bad: 3 votes (dub:2, sub:1)
 Awful: 1 vote (sub:1)
 Worst ever: 1 vote (others:1
1 Mandarin subtitled
Seen in part or in whole by 1564 users, rank: #779 (of 8552)
Median rating: Very good
Arithmetic mean: 7.573 (Very good−), std. dev.: 1.4529, rank: #1438 (of 8655)
Weighted mean: 7.482 (Good+), rank: #1545 (of 8655) (seen all: 7.51 / seen some: 7.15 / won't finish: 5.18)
Bayesian estimate: 7.482 (Good+), rank: #1283 (of 6542)
Number of episodes: 12
Episode titles: We have 12
Vintage: 2009-01-08
Opening Theme:
"Questions?" by Yu Nakamura (eps 1-11)
Ending Theme:
#1: "Mahōtsukai Desu kedo." (魔法使いですけど。) by Fumiko Orikasa (eps 1-11)
#2: "Swinging" by Muramasa (ep 12)
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DVD (Region 1)
    The Tower of Druaga - The Complete Series [S.A.V.E.] (DVD 1-2) 2012-09-18 (from $22.49)
    The Tower of Druaga - The Complete Series (DVD 1-4) 2010-12-14
    The Tower of Druaga: The Sword of Uruk (DVD 1-2) 2010-02-23

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Koichi Chigira
Series Composition: Shoji Gatoh
Itsuki Itō (eps 3, 5, 7)
Shoji Gatoh (eps 1, 4, 9-12)
Yuniko Ayana (eps 2, 6, 8)
Episode Director:
Akira Kato (eps 3, 9)
Hiroshi Tamada (eps 6, 11)
Koichi Chigira (ep 12)
Shigeru Ueda (eps 4, 10)
Tetsuo Ichimura (ep 2)
Toshikatsu Tokoro (ep 8)
Yasuyuki Fuse (ep 5)
Yukio Takahashi (eps 1, 7, 12)
Original Character Design: Ugetsu Hakua
Chief Animation Director: Junichi Takaoka
Mechanical design: Takuhito Kusanagi (Druaga)
Sound Director: Hozumi Gōda
Director of Photography: Haruhide Ishiguro

Color design: Yumi Uchibayashi
Editing: Aya Hida
In-Between Animation: Shin Wakabayashi (ep 6)
Key Animation:
Hironori Tanaka (OP; eps 10, 12)
Hiroshi Ishiyama (ep 10)
Hokuto Sakiyama (ep 10)
Hyung Joon Mubon (ep 9)
Kenichi Shimizu (OP)
Momoko Makiuchi (ep 10)
Shin Wakabayashi (OP; eps 6, 10)
Production Design: Makoto Kobayashi
Supervision: Masanobu Endō
Theme Song Performance:
Fumiko Orikasa (ED)
Yu Nakamura (OP)
Fumiko Orikasa as Kaaya
Kenn as Jil
Takahiro Sakurai as Neeba
Yui Horie as Fatina

Akiko Yajima as Ki
Chiwa Saito as Mite the Fool
Hozumi Gōda as Melt
Kana Hanazawa as Henaro
Kazato Tomizawa as Acra
Masaki Terasoma as Kelb
Michiko Neya as Gremica
Minori Chihara as Coopa
Ooki Sugiyama as Kum
Risa Mizuno as Ethana
Takaya Hashi as King Gilgamesh
Tomokazu Seki as Black Gilgamesh
Toshiyuki Morikawa as Uraagon
Yukana as Succubus

Aki Kanada as Iriri
Eri Nogami as Alla
Isshin Chiba as Sword of Blood
Miho Miyagawa as Enre
Risa Mizuno as Oro
Saori Yumiba as Tear of Ice
Sayuri Hara as Specula Ex Machina
Taka Fujimori as Uoo Roo 
Yu Nakamura as Nakia (eps 2, 8-10)
Japanese companies
Animation Production: GONZO
Animax (2009-01-18)
Chiba Television (2009-01-12)
Gifu Broadcasting (2009-01-08)
GyaO! (2009-01-08)
KBS Kyoto (2009-01-08)
Mie Television Broadcasting (2009-01-08)
Sun TV (2009-01-11)
Tokyo MX (2009-01-13)
TV Hokkaido (2009-01-09)
Television Kanagawa (2009-01-10)
Television Saitama Co., Ltd. (2009-01-08)
TVQ Kyushu Broadcasting Co., Ltd. (2009-01-13)
Original Creator: Bandai Namco Games
English staff
English cast
ADR Director: Leah Clark
Blair Rowan (eps 1-2, 7, 12)
Sean Michael Teague (ep 6)
Steven Walters (eps 3-5, 8-11)
Executive producer: Gen Fukunaga
ADR Engineer: Cris George
Assistant ADR Director:
Brina Palencia (eps 9, 11)
Chuck Huber (eps 5-8)
Assistant producer: Michael Harcourt
Jamie Marchi (ep 6)
Leah Clark (ep 6)
Trina Nishimura (ep 6)
DVD Compression:
Duncan Yan
Jacob Martin
DVD Editing: Jeremy Jimenez
DVD Menu Audio: Gino Palencia
DVD Menu Design: Ian Bailon
DVD Producer: Clarine Harp
Head Writer: John Burgmeier
Line Producer: Zach Bolton
Mix Engineer: Nathanael Harrison
Post-Production Assistant:
Casey Barteau
Niki Cooper
Senior Video Editor:
Daniel Mancilla
Jeremy Jimenez
Subtitle Timing: Bryan Ingram
Talent Coordination: Tara A. Williams
Video Post-Production Coordinator: Margaret Yabs
Video Post-Production Director: Brandon Tyler
Brittney Karbowski as Henaro
Jamie Marchi as Fatina
Kent Williams as Utu

Alison Viktorin as Acra
Carrie Savage as Succubus
Charles Campbell as Gilgamesh
Chris Patton as Kum
Chuck Huber as Melt
Clarine Harp as Gremica
Josh Grelle as Shadow Gilgamesh
Leah Clark as Ki
Luci Christian as Mite the Fool
Monica Rial as Coopa
Robert McCollum as Uragon
Trina Nishimura as Kaaya
Wendy Powell as Amina

Aaron Dismuke as Nakia (eps 2, 8-10)
Alexis Tipton as Alla (6 episodes
eps 1-3, 5, 9-10
Barry Yandell as Pazuzu (eps 4, 7)
Brina Palencia as Ahmey (eps 7, 12)
Caitlin Glass as Tear of Ice
Carrie Savage as Baby Roper (ep 3)
Cherami Leigh as Uoo Roo (6 episodes
eps 1-3, 5, 9-10
Chris Cason as Druaga
Grant James as Priest (ep 4)
Jessica Foster as Specula Ex Machina (Half)
Justin Pate as Kally (ep 7)
Kristi Bingham as Oro (5 episodes
eps 1-2, 5, 9-10
Laura Bailey as Kyrie
Leah Clark as Neeba (Young; ep 8)
Micah Solusod as Gilgamesh (Young; ep 12)
Newton Pittman as Specula Ex Machina (Half)
R Bruce Elliott as Galif (ep 3)
Richie Campos as Kelb
Scott Freeman as Sword of Blood
Stephanie Young as
Amina's Captain (eps 9-11)
Iriri (eps 1, 5, 10)
Tia Ballard as Enre (6 episodes
eps 1-3, 5, 9-10

English companies
Internet Streaming:
Crunchyroll (subtitled version)
FUNimation Entertainment
Tubi TV
Subtitles: MX Media LLC
Translation: MX Media LLC
French staff
French companies
Broadcaster: Nolife
Distributor: Black Box
French cast

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