Aquarian Age: Juvenile Orion
The Plot of Aquarian Age
She first met Kaname when she was younger. Both of their parents were involved in this war, but did not want the same for their children. At a young age Mana's parents died and Kaname used his Darklore powers to protect her. She was moved quickly after that to another city. Seven years later she returns to her home town only to find Kaname wants nothing to do with her. She befriends a few people never realizing they are all part of the Aquarian Age. Naoya, Kaname's best friend, Isshin, Tsukasa, and their teacher Tomonori, all follow and protect Mana along with Kaname.
Mana vows to protect the ones that she loves and to survive the war. The only problem is... this is how the manga leaves off. Setting up for another scene and possible battle with another mind breaker, teh manga leaves off short.
Aquarian Age Characters
Mana has a group of followers that protect her. It consists of five guys. Kaname is an old friend of Mana that once saved her life. He is from the Darklore faction and is in love with Mana. He is a quiet person. Naoya is part of the E.G.O. faction. He seems to be the one with all the knowledge of the war. Isshin is part of the Arayashiki clan. He is a tough fighter and a gentleman. He is also in love with Mana. Tsukasa is an Eraser that has lost his memories. He is connected to Mana and Kaname's past life. He was taken in by Tomonori. He is part of the Wiz-Dom faction and Mana's teacher.
Aquarian Age Factions
Aquarian Age is a good manga to read, but only if you can keep up with a bunch of different side stories. The base of the story was really good and I am sure the anime and card game are great. The manga just did not draw me in and keep my attention that well.
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Overall Grade: 4/10