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Anime adaptation based on the popular game from Japan about a young girl named Yuna Kagurazaka who wins the interstellar Galaxy Fraulein contest to become the Guardian of the Light.
beauty contest is staged in present-day Tokyo with ulterior motives-as
with Battle Athletes, it is really a front for choosing a champion to
save the world. Yuna, the blond winner, is informed that, long ago, the
Queen of Light fought the Queen of Darkness and lost the battle. All the
remaining goodness of Light was concentrated in one of the good android
survivors, Elna, whose duty it was to carry the Light forward for the
next battle. As Elna's successor, Yuna has three android doubles for use
on land, sea, and air, as well as a super-trans-formation ability that
allows them to turn into the mighty El-Line robot.
Based on a
1992 game for the PC Engine, the combination of giant war machines and
cloyingly cute girls was resurrected for GFY: Fairy of Darkness (Ginga
Ojosama Densetsu Yuna: Shinkai no Fairy; 1996, released in the U.S. as
GFY Returns), in which the evil Princess Mirage spreads false rumors
that Yuna is fighting on the wrong side, sending the mysterious Fraulein
D to ravage a few cities in Yuna's name just to make sure that GP
Officer Misaki will find lots of incriminating evidence. Yuna and her
orally fixated friend Yuri must then fight off "D" and several of
Mirage's minions. Yuna turns one of the three evil Apparition Sisters to
the side of good by introducing her to the joys of shopping, and then
the stage is set for a final, noisy showdown. Sold to the Japanese as
"the last word in girls' anime," though thankfully that was a complete
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