An enduring hit spanning 10 years of publication in Japan, Dragon Knights incorporates street style and contemporary humor in a farcical tale of dungeons, dragons, and some rather fashionable warriors. Rath, Rune, and Thatz--the Dragon Knights of Fire, Water, and Earth--do their best to look good while doing good, not always succeeding as they squabble with each other as mAn enduring hit spanning 10 years of publication in Japan, Dragon Knights incorporates street style and contemporary humor in a farcical tale of dungeons, dragons, and some rather fashionable warriors. Rath, Rune, and Thatz--the Dragon Knights of Fire, Water, and Earth--do their best to look good while doing good, not always succeeding as they squabble with each other as much as with their enemies....
|Title||:||Dragon Knights, Volume 4|
|Number of Pages||:||200 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Dragon Knights, Volume 4 Reviews
So in this volume we begin the battle between Rath and Bierrez. Well, if you want to get technical. They do fight for a bit but then Kharl the Alchemist sends his assistant Garfakcy to intervene and rescue Bierrez. In the meantime, Thatz and Rune have 'transformed' and are apparently more powerful than they've ever been before. Which is interesting because I still have no idea on how they transformed in the first place. I thought that Cesia had something to do with it but the manga is still not clear on that issue. Kitchel returns so her and Thatz go on a mission together. We learn that Bierrez knows a secret about Rath and Rath is determined to kill him so that the secret can die with Bierrez. The battle continues nicely with the help of Zoma and Cesia and now that I think about it, not much happens. We see a fight and then it goes on PAUSE and then the fighting continues again. What made me sad was Crewger's death. :( I really liked that dog and it was a real shame that he died. Waaaaaahhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!!!The action was pretty fun but there was a ton of dialogue that brought a bunch of questions. Like Cesia's ability to talk to animals. Thatz and Rune just transforming after a fight. And the knowledge that Bierrez knows about Rath. Kharl and Garfakcy are villains that are a lot of fun and entertaining to read. Bierrez doesn't have much to him. He's not bad but he doesn't leave that much of an impression and he really didn't seem as much as a threat. Although I will say that he was much better as a villain than the female demon that Rath, Rune, and Thatz dealt with at the end of the first volume.So yeah, this volume was okay. Not perfect, but okay.
The story Dragon Kinghts presents is fantastic. I just wish it was told differently. Meaning more clearly than the way it is. I get confused in, like, every book. And a lot if the characters look the same. However aside from the negative comments ... Rath though <3 I love how much he loves Rune and Thatz, but the relationship between he and Kaistern is my favorite ^.^
I really did try with this series. I think it has a lot of potential but the way it's written and drawn is just too much of a barrier for me. I'd be willing to give it a try in anime form but I won't be trying any more volumes
i'm excited that the story is picking up. i can't wait to find out more about rath and cesia. exciting. the next 13 volumes should go by much faster than the first three.