The Sacred Blacksmith

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  • TV-MA
  • 2009
  • 1 Season
  • 6.5  (529)

The Sacred Blacksmith is a Japanese anime television series that is based on the light novel series of the same name by Isao Miura. The show was produced by Manglobe and directed by Masamitsu Hidaka. The series premiered on October 3, 2009, and ended on December 19, 2009.

The show tells the story of a skilled teenager named Cecily Campbell, who is the daughter of the chief of a small town named Housman. Cecily aims to be a knight and fight for social justice, but she faces difficulties in fighting against magical creatures.

One day, Cecily encounters a mysterious blacksmith named Luke Ainsworth. He creates powerful swords called "Demon Swords," which are specially designed to slay magical creatures. Cecily learns about Luke's swords after she watches him easily vanquish a demon, and they both agree to work together in order to overcome the dangers that threaten their town.

As the show progresses, we see Cecily and Luke grow closer and form a bond. They both face many challenges, but they manage to overcome them by relying on each other's strength and skills. Along the way, they meet a variety of compelling characters who help them on their journey to become stronger.

The characters in the show are all unique and enjoyable to watch. Cecily is a very determined character who wants to help people in any way she can. She is very skilled with a sword and she is always looking for ways to improve her skills. Luke, on the other hand, is a quiet and mysterious character. He is a master blacksmith who creates weapons with his unique skills. He is always trying to protect Cecily from harm and he often puts himself in danger to do so. Together, they form a strong team.

Other notable characters include Aria, who is a young girl with magical powers, and Lisa, who is a high-ranking noble who acts as a mediator between the townspeople and the military. Both of these characters bring a unique perspective to the show and help to flesh out the world in which the characters live.

The animation in The Sacred Blacksmith is beautifully done. The character designs are all unique and pleasing to the eye, and the backgrounds are detailed and lush. The action scenes are also very well animated, with smooth and fluid movements that make for some exciting battles.

The music in the show is also very good. The opening theme, "Justice of Light" by Mayumi Gojō, is an upbeat and catchy tune that fits the show well. The ending theme, "Miracle Happy Day" by Aki Toyosaki, is a sweet and cheerful song that is a pleasant way to end each episode.

In conclusion, The Sacred Blacksmith is a fantastic anime that is well worth watching. The characters are all interesting and likable, the animation is gorgeous, and the music is great. The show has a good balance of action, drama, and comedy that keeps the viewer engaged from beginning to end. If you are a fan of fantasy anime, then you should definitely watch The Sacred Blacksmith.

The Sacred Blacksmith is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (12 episodes). The series first aired on October 3, 2009.

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12. Blacksmith
December 19, 2009
Siegfried's monstrous minions are rampaging through the city. While Cecily and Aria bravely fight the beasts alongside the Knight Guards, the final battle between Luke and Siegfried begins.
11. Truth
December 12, 2009
During a gathering of the rulers of the land, Cecily is powerless to confront Siegfried. But before the meeting ends, the young knight has exposed new truths about Luke and Lisa - and stoked Siegfried's rage.
Victim of Love
10. Victim of Love
December 5, 2009
When the man in black attacks, Cecily and Aria are stunned to learn the reasons why Demon Swords exist - but the most shocking revelations involve the truth behind Luke and Lisa's relationship.
9. Remnants
November 28, 2009
Cecily joins Luke as he visits the grave of a friend, offering the young knight a glimpse into the turmoil of the blacksmith's past. Meanwhile, Lisa stays behind to repair a dagger belonging to a girl named Elsa.
8. Departure
November 21, 2009
Hoping to find favor in the eyes of the Empire which has forsaken Charlotte, Doris leads a mission to claim the Demon Swords and abduct Luke. Cecily must stop them before it's too late.
7. Family
November 14, 2009
In exchange for room and board at the Campbell house, Charlotte and her crew must work as maids - and Cecily manages to end up on the servant staff, too!
6. Princess
November 7, 2009
Cecily and Aria fall under attack by three women, each with a Demon Sword more powerful than the last! As the fight rages, Luke receives a visitor who is connected to the trio of assailants - Charlotte.
5. Ties
October 31, 2009
Luke won't tell Cecily much about his relationship with Lisa, but Cecily isn't afraid to share her thoughts on the matter. The result: Lisa goes shopping with the girls - and Luke's paying!
4. Pledge
October 24, 2009
Cecily must use Aria as bait to draw the hidden enemy from the shadows. When a monstrous demon attacks, putting her friends in danger, Cecily is forced to decide - does she have what it takes to kill?
Demon Sword
3. Demon Sword
October 17, 2009
Aria reveals her true form to Cecily, Luke, and Lisa. Later, the girls spend some time exploring the city, but their fun is cut short when a horde of possessed prisoners rampages violently through the streets.
Devil's Contract
2. Devil's Contract
October 10, 2009
After the attack on the caravan, ominous rumors spread across the land. Meanwhile, Cecily finally talks Luke into making her a sword, only to find she may not be able to afford his fees.
1. Knight
October 3, 2009
Cecily's inexperience as a Knight Guard places her in constant jeopardy, and her weak, heirloom sword doesn't help. Thankfully, Luke keeps appearing to rescue her with his special katana.
Where to Watch The Sacred Blacksmith
The Sacred Blacksmith is available for streaming on the FUNimation website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch The Sacred Blacksmith on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon and Hulu.
  • Premiere Date
    October 3, 2009
  • IMDB Rating
    6.5  (529)