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Walkure Romanze's Manga Adaptation Ends

posted on by Kyle Cardine
No. Gomesu launched manga based on adult PC game in 2012

This year's 22nd issue of Comic Valkyrie Web Edition published the final chapter of No. Gomesu's manga adaptation of Ricotta's adult PC game Walkure Romanze (Walkure Romanze Shōjo Kishi Monogatari) bishōjo game series on Friday. The magazine also announced that the second compiled volume is slated to ship in November.

The original visual novel centers around Takahiro Mizuno, a student training to be a begleiter (knight's assistant) at an academy where aspiring knights joust. He himself had come to this academy to train as a knight, after becoming the unrivaled junior champion in his own home country. However, an injury in a tournament's finals forced him to withdraw. Instead, he decides to be a begleiter to one of the academy's maiden knights and help her win.

The manga adaptation launched in Comic Valkyrie shortly after the magazine ended its print run and and was rereleased as a free online magazine in 2012. The anime adaptation premiered in 2013.


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