Tsubasa Chronicles

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  • TV-PG
  • 2005
  • 3 Seasons
  • 7.4  (1,250)

In the Kingdom of Clow, Syaoran is a young archaeologist. He has a close childhood friendship with the kingdom's princess, Sakura, who possesses special powers. While visiting ruins, an enemy attempts to take Sakura's powers and her spirit breaks apart into feathers that migrate from her body into alternate realities causing her to lose her memories.

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The Dream the Princess Saw
3. The Dream the Princess Saw
March 17, 2008
After the Clone left, the water has drained from the Municipal building and Fai is dying due to the loss of his eye that the clone ate. Subaru wishes to have the water restored, while Kurogane wishes to save Fai's life. Fai is fed with vampire blood and becomes a vampire, thus saving his life, and the water is restored. The price of the water, however, is that Sakura must seek out a treasure somewhere in Tokyo. In the process of searching, Sakura is injured while battling her way out. Her left eye is injured and left arm wrenched out, mirroring the injuries Syaoran had suffered. Later, she is saved on her way back by a mysterious girl (Sakura Kinomoto) and makes it back. The people of Tokyo Tower give their feather to the people of the building in exchange for letting them all live in the building. YÅ«ko reveals that Fei Wong Reed is behind Sakura's lost feathers and their journey across the dimensions, informing them that he needs Sakura to have the memories of many dimensions imprinted upon her body. Sakura decides to find clone Syaoran, together with the others who, for their own personal reasons, start to travel into another dimension again, leaving the last feather behind to ward the water and the building to protect the people of Tokyo.
The Boy's Right Eye
2. The Boy's Right Eye
January 17, 2008
It is revealed that the Syaoran that has been collecting the feathers so far is a clone and that the real Syaoran was the one trapped by Fei Wang Reed. The story continues as the awakened Syaoran travels towards his clone. The seal on the "heart" in the clone's right eye is broken, and Fai tries to restore it with his magic, but fails. Without the heart anymore the clone Syaoran's instincts (reasons why he was created) kick in, making him forget his own developing heart. Fai's left eye is eaten by the clone and battle breaks out between the real Syaoran and the clone. As the real Syaoran is about to strike the Clone, Sakura begs them to stop and because of this, the Clone stabs Syaoran, obtains the feather and gives it to Sakura. The Clone then leaves through a portal opened by his creator, Fei Wong Reed, ignoring Sakura's desperate pleas for him to stay. Later, Subaru, Kamui’s twin, wakes up from his coma.
The Magician's Message
1. The Magician's Message
November 17, 2007
The group ends up in a strange new world with dangerous acid rain. Where can the feather be? Are the locals friendly? Bonds are threatened in part 1 of this 3 part OAD
Description

In the Kingdom of Clow, Syaoran is a young archaeologist. He has a close childhood friendship with the kingdom's princess, Sakura, who possesses special powers. While visiting ruins, an enemy attempts to take Sakura's powers and her spirit breaks apart into feathers that migrate from her body into alternate realities causing her to lose her memories.

  • Premiere Date
    April 9, 2005
  • IMDB Rating
    7.4  (1,250)