Tytania (2008–2009)

TV Series   |    |  Animation, Adventure, Romance


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In the future,humanity can travel to various planets,which are inhabited,with space ships. The majority of the population live oppressed but in peace because of the dynasty of Tytania. A ... See full summary »


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24 December 2016 | sophouli
7
| An interesting anime but it has its flaws
Tytania is an anime series that takes place in the future. The story is about mankind,who have inhabited other planets,living under the control of the dynasty of a family named Tytania.

It is a generally good TV series,with many characters,nice plot (but pretty common) and decent animation. I enjoyed watching most of the episodes but the story evolved slowly making me feel bored sometimes. The main problem I have with Tytania is that there isn't enough character development. There are many interesting characters (the main one for example),but they never really have the chance to evolve.

I would advise the ones that like science fiction and space-themed anime to check it out.

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Genres

Animation | Adventure | Romance | Sci-Fi

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Release Date:

9 October 2008

Language

Japanese


Country of Origin

Japan

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