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One of the first anime series longer than 30 episodes to settle on my hard drive, Fushigi Yugi is a sea. Series. Love. Adventure. Pathos. Tragedy. Carefully squeezed out humor. An equally painstakingly squeezed philosophy.
Love and adventure take up most of the show. In that order. The center of the narrative is the completely unrealistic love between the hero and heroine. So strong that it's impossible to believe. "He was older than her, she was good..." - in the words of the famous song by the Time Machine. And at the same time they are so naive that they are ready to break their love over and over again for the most insignificant reasons, not forgetting to suffer terribly, because this love is so strong that it is impossible to live without it. They are not sympathetic - too much showmanship. By episode 20, the mutual shouting of names is starting to make me sick. But this is perhaps the show's biggest flaw, which can be overlooked for the sake of everything else.
The dynamism of the plot is very satisfying. Yes, there are a lot of episodes. But there is no sense of "fillers" and almost no sense of dragging. It's just that this story is a long one. If you like fantasy in literature, the series can be compared to some long multi-volume but still interesting fantasy book series, when you just don't want to part with the characters, and it doesn't matter how silly or predictable the plot is. By the way, there's nothing wrong with the plot in The Mysterious Game. It is not very original, but you cannot call it boring either. Two girls caught up in the world described in an old book... Fans of literary fantasy at this point doomed to sigh. But this classic plot is not so bad at all.
And, of course, it's the colorful characters - the real personalities - that play a big role. Miaka - an ordinary Japanese schoolgirl, who by the will of fate finds herself in a mysterious alternate world reminiscent of ancient China, at the same time long-awaited and revered priestess of the local god. Tamahome is an ordinary (though very strong) guy from an ordinary family, part-time keeper of this very priestess and a destined great love. And a whole bunch of other priestess keepers. Hotohori is an ordinary young emperor of a country where the god Suzaku and his priestess are revered. Nuriko - not the most ordinary guy with not the most ordinary power and with not the most traditional orientation due to his unfortunate past. Chichiri - not at all an ordinary guy (also a dozen years older than the main characters), a one-eyed masked mage with a very tragic past. Taski, a red-haired, noisy, rude, pugnacious leader of a gang of bandits and owner of a fire fan, is a character who relieves the tension in the anime with his often inappropriate and silly jokes. Chiriko is an intelligent and masculine boy beyond his years. Mitsukake, the local healer, who is withdrawn but kind, is an interesting character, but, alas, a very minor one.
It often happens in anime that the most charismatic are the negative characters. In the anime, the positive characters are much more likable than the negative ones, and the negative ones are not "fake villains. In addition, he has a tendency to be more sympathetic to the negative characters, while the negative ones are far from being "phony". For example, Nakago, a blond, blue-eyed boy who was born into a hated and persecuted tribe and who as a child lost his mother through his own fault and was brutally abused by a perverted emperor, does not meet the standard villain who "got up on the wrong side of the tracks and decided to take over the world". He even feels sorry for him at the end... He's cruel and behaves disgustingly, but he's also understandable... (though not forgiving).