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    http://www.funimation.com/blog/2016/...he-one-for-you | http://www.funimation.com/p/summer

    Regalia: The Three Sacred Stars | US, Canada, UK and Ireland territories
    In the country of Rimguard a mysterious event shook the country and its people just twelve years prior. As time passed, memory of the incident began to fade while peace reigned over the land. Sisters Yui and Rena live a quiet life in the Enastria Empire until a large mecha suddenly attacks their peaceful home, changing everything. The girls become caught in a vortex of destiny and godly revival.
    Last edited by WTK; 06-15-2017, 02:48 PM.

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    Re: Funimation licenses Regalia: The Three Sacred Stars

    Seeing that this show has no attachment to Kadokawa or any other publisher with exclusive ties that I had a gut feeling that Funimation would get this show with their need to expand their catalog that was greatly downsized last season. Anyway, I'm quite interested in this show, if only because Thursdays are looking pretty empty with three of the day's shows expected to air on a different day, while two more are sequels to shows I have yet to watch leaving just Battery and this show for me to watch. The show certainly looks like something I will like, but I'll see about that.
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      Re: Funimation licenses Regalia: The Three Sacred Stars

      http://www.funimation.com/p/summer

      Regalia: The Three Sacred Stars
      Premieres: Thurs July 7 at 10:00 am ET

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        Re: Funimation licenses Regalia: The Three Sacred Stars

        http://www.funimation.com/shows/rega...e-sacred-stars | Showgate

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          Re: Funimation licenses Regalia: The Three Sacred Stars

          http://www.daisuki.net/us/en/campaig...e.html#program
          4 weeks free trial until July 31.
          Regular:2 weeks free trial
          *2 WEEKS FREE from August 1.
          - Regalia: The Three Sacred Stars (http://www.daisuki.net/us/en/anime/d...credStars.html)

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          • #6
            Re: Funimation licenses Regalia: The Three Sacred Stars

            http://regalia-anime.com/0727.html

            The series broadcast has been suspend temporarily (looks to be production/quality issues). Series won't start again until September 1st in Japan (starting with episode 1).

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            • #7
              Re: Funimation licenses Regalia: The Three Sacred Stars

              It's probably going to be September 29th with episode 5 (5th Thursday of the month; September 1st is on a Thursday).

              http://www.funimation.com/p/summer
              Regalia: The Three Sacred Stars

              Broadcast has been postponed in August. It will resume at the end of September. More details to come

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                Re: Funimation licenses Regalia: The Three Sacred Stars

                http://4NN.cx/.105985
                Regalia Producer Explains Anime's Broadcast Halt
                posted on 2016-09-02 15:45 EDT

                Not ashamed at original version, but also doesn't feel it's the staff's best work

                On July 28, the anime Regalia: The Three Sacred Stars stunned its fanbase by announcing a month-long halt in its broadcast. The reason for the cessation given at the time was a "recognizable difference between the show's planned quality [and the current quality]." With the show's broadcast restarting on September 1 from the first episode, its producer, Takayuki Nagatani, gave an interview explaining his unusual decision.

                Nagatani says that the production staff was dissatisfied with Regalia's animation, direction and sound at the beginning, and came to realize that resolving the story in 13 episodes while conveying the information adequately would be difficult. "I prioritize making the studio do the best it can within its limited budget," he says, which is why he chose to halt production and revise the episodes already aired. The changes will include additional lines and scenes and alterations to the animation and direction; the "themes and intentions we were trying to convey" will also be more strongly emphasized in the remake. While the story itself will not be changed, he hopes that its impact on viewers will be stronger.

                Nagatani is unclear regarding the future availability of the original episodes. While he denies any embarrassment or shame over them, he also feels that the remake will be "what [the production staff] wanted to make." Although he feels that Blu-Rays should have enough room for both versions, he defers to the staff's wishes for the original version's future. He also is unsure whether morale improved at the studio thanks to the schedule extension; he told the staff to "be careful" with the production, but also felt that producing a hand-drawn robot anime "burned a lot of calories" and felt negotiating the schedule was "stressful." Given that most mecha anime are now animated with CG, he wants Actas [Regalia's animation studio] to do its best as one of the few studios making hand-drawn robot anime."

                Finally, Nagatani admitted that many creators were jealous of his leniency, since many have wished to revise their anime's opening episodes after they have already been done. Yet he doesn't recommend doing what he did too often, given the loss of trust and money it involved ("you must be thankful to staff who let you do this"). He also confirmed that the title of Episode 5, "Counterattack," was decided before the broadcast halt and was not meant to have an ulterior meaning.

                Source: Trend News

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                • #9
                  Re: Funimation licenses Regalia: The Three Sacred Stars

                  FUNimation is apparently updating their streams to the revised version as it airs, starting with the first episode yesterday.

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                    via Funimation Shop & TRSI:

                    Regalia - The Three Sacred Stars: Complete Collection (Blu-ray / DVD Combo) - 300 minutes - $64.98 - 9/5/16
                    - https://www.funimation.com/shop/home...ombo-bld-00587
                    Special Features: Textless Opening & Closing Songs, Trailers
                    Last edited by WTK; 06-15-2017, 11:08 PM.

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                    • #11
                      Well, I was expecting this show to get a simuldub, but obviously that never happened. In any case, this show is getting a dub and it figures to be the only one from the season getting a post-broadcast dub seeing that they dubbed quite a lot of stuff that season.
                      MyAnimeList | Avatar: The Ohio State University Buckeyes
                      Watching: Tylor, Astra Lost in Space, School-Live!, Vanguard
                      Simulcasts: MHA, TYE, TRN, TSL, HIG, IMH, PMM, KMD, OGF, AQT, VTS, FPP, REM, ROL, DDM, GRO, JHY, HRH, PBR, SGK, SON
                      The only thing better than anime is sports. Get hit hard and you got JACKED UP! Or else it's a C'mon Man!

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                      • #12
                        Regalia: The Three Sacred Stars - Coming Soon

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                          Regalia: The Three Sacred Stars - Available Now

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                            via Funimation Shop & TRSI:

                            Regalia - The Three Sacred Stars: Complete Collection (Blu-ray) (Essentials) - 325 minutes - $29.98 - 11/27/18
                            - https://www.funimation.com/shop/home...s-bd-blr-00290
                            Special Features: Textless Opening & Closing Songs, Trailers

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