Joining Mashle in the easter egg hunt for Harry Potter, is the new anime- Reign of 7 Spellblades. The premise follows Oliver Horn as he enters a prestigious magic school named Kimberly. He discovers that not everything is as it seems at Kimberly, with the emergence of labyrinths, monsters, and other threats that endanger the new student body.
The anime is set in a world where magic is commonplace and where Spellblades are the most powerful beings. Spellblades are able to wield a special type of magic called “Spellblade Techniques,” which are incredibly powerful and destructive. Oliver Horn is a young man who is training to become a Spellblade. He is one of the few people who can wield the Seven Spellblades, which are the most powerful Spellblade Techniques in the world.
Spellblades and Ordinary in Reign of 7 Spellblades
Spellblades are the most powerful beings in the world, and they are feared and respected by all. Ordinary people, on the other hand, are those who do not have the power of magic. They are seen as inferior to Spellblades, and they are often discriminated against. There is a clear divide between Spellblades and Ordinary people in the Reign of 7 Spellblades series. Spellblades live in a world of privilege, while Ordinary people are forced to live in poverty and fear. This divide is often exploited by those in power, who use it to keep Ordinary people down.
However, there are some Ordinary people who are able to overcome the prejudice against them and achieve great things. These people are often referred to as “Talented” individuals like Katie Alto, and they can use their special abilities to protect themselves from Spellblades.
How similar is the treatment of Ordinary and Muggles from Harry Potter?
Muggles in Harry Potter were discriminated against by the olden Pure Blood and were called Mudbloods or “dirty blood”. This is not so different from the treatment of the Ordinary in the Reign of 7 Spellblades.
- They are both seen as inferior to those who possess magic. In The Reign of the Seven Spellblades, Ordinary people are seen as inferior to Spellblades because they do not have the power of magic.
- They are both often discriminated against and treated with suspicion. In The Reign of the Seven Spellblades, Ordinary people are often discriminated against and treated with suspicion by Spellblades. In Harry Potter, Muggles are often discriminated against and treated with suspicion by wizards and witches.
- They both have limited access to opportunities that those who possess magic have. In The Reign of the Seven Spellblades, Ordinary people have limited access to opportunities that Spellblades have, such as education and training in magic. In Harry Potter, Muggles have limited access to opportunities that wizards and witches have, such as attending Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
In conclusion, the relationship between Spellblades and Ordinary people is a complex one, and it is one of the central themes of The Reign of 7 Spellblades that is quite similar to Harry Potter (and Mashle too!). The series explores the ways in which this divide can be used to oppress Ordinary people, but it also shows how Ordinary people can overcome prejudice and achieve great things, just like the Muggles in Harry Potter. If you are a fan of action anime, dark fantasy anime, or school anime, then you will definitely want to check out Reign of 7 Spellblades, streaming on Crunchyroll now.