Muse Asia Streams Chain Chronicle: The Light of Haecceitas Anime on YouTube
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Muse Asia began streaming Chain Chronicle: The Light of Haecceitas, the television anime adaptation of Sega's Chain Chronicle smartphone game, on its YouTube channel on Tuesday. The channel is streaming episodes daily until April 17.
Alongside India, the company is streaming the anime in Bangladesh, Brunei, Bhutan, Indonesia, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Malaysia, Nepal, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam.
Muse Asia describes the anime:
Set in the land of Yuguto, the people thought that the land they live is the size of the world, but it's actually divided into several areas, each with a respective king. Even though there were small wars among areas, the kings had roundtable meetings to maintain peace and balance. It was until a dark group of dark monsters appeared...
The anime project had both a theatrical and a television version. The 12-episode television anime version premiered in January 2017. The theatrical version was split into three films, with each film screening in a two-week limited engagement in theaters. The first film debuted in Japan in December 2016, the second debuted in January 2017, and the third film debuted in February 2017. Each of the three anime films has the same story content as four television episodes.
Masashi Kudo (Kyō no Asuka Show, Hayate the Combat Butler! Cuties, Ikki Tousen: Extravaganza Epoch) directed the anime and designed the characters at Telecom Animation Film and Graphinica. Touko Machida (Allison & Lillia, The [email protected], Chaika the Coffin Princess) supervised the scripts. Daisuke Jinba (Kannagi: Crazy Shrine Maidens, Kimi ni Todoke - From Me to You, anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day) was in charge of art direction. Masato Kōda (Arpeggio of Blue Steel - Ars Nova, Maria the Virgin Witch, KonoSuba – God’s blessing on this wonderful world!!) composed the music, and Shōji Hata (Rurouni Kenshin: Trust & Betrayal, Fairy Tail, One-Punch Man) was the sound director. Takeo Ogiwara (Princess Tutu, Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo, Penguindrum) was the director of photography.