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The first episode of the Animation, Drama, series Crest of the Stars (JP) season 1, 2, 3, 4 was released in 1999-01-02 by WOWOW. The TV show was created by and directed by . Actors in the cast include Ayako Kawasumi, Hirotaka Suzuoki, Takehito Koyasu, Yuka Imai, Jessica Yow, Matthew Erickson. The avarenge rating on IMDB: is / 10. Series awards - .
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air day: 1999-01-02
Planet Martine. The Landing Day 57, First Season, Year 172. Voices are heard talking about a space craft, getting past the defnses of Planet martine, without any of the alarms going off warning them. The Landing Day 81, First Season, Year 172. The people
Kin of the Stars
air day: 1999-01-09
It has been seven years since the alien invasion of his home planet of Martine, and Jinto Lin is now on Delktoe, where he has just completed his education at an Abh school and is awaiting his next assignment, military training in the empire’s capital.
A deal struck by his president father left the elder Lin in charge of Martine and Jinto an Abh prince. The burden of royalty is an uneasy one for Jinto, who is unaccustomed to the stares his Abh uniform attracts.
His friends also find it difficult dealing with nobility. Just one, Dorin Ku, shows up to see him off at the spaceport. Before walking away, Ku leaves Jinto with a gift, a baseball signed by all of his absent friends.
The ball comes in handy a short while later when a young thief steals a traveler’s luggage, but it’s not because of Jinto’s less-than-impeccable aim. Rather, it’s Lafiel, his beautiful Abh escort, who stops the crime. But she’s greeted with hatred despite her good deed.
Is this the type of life awaiting Jinto? If so
Daughter of Love
air day: 1999-01-16
Jinto Lin has finally met his first Abh, and perhaps the only thing more noticeable than Lafiel’s beauty is her piloting skills. Jinto, on the other hand, is in for a rocky military career if this first flight is any indication.
Even less uncomfortable than the trip to the vessel that will transport him to the Abh capital is the reception that awaits him once on board. Jinto is obviously unaccustomed to the fanfare that greets him, and is thrown for a loop when he learns Lafiel’s true identity.
He’s not quite sure how to handle himself around a princess, which temporarily complicates the budding friendship. Friendship, however, may not be the only thing on Jinto’s mind, as they quickly settle their differences and end up in his room discussing where Abh babies come from!
Any possibility for a future romance will be put on hold indefinitely, though, by the long war that’s about to begin.
air day: 1999-01-23
Despite the Humankind Empire Abh’s dominance over the universe, not everyone is under its control. Four groups still remain free, and they’ve put aside the past differences between them by signing a treaty, the primary goal of which is to combat their common sworn enemy.
Unfortunately for Jinto Lin, one of the four independent nations, the United Mankind, has chosen this particular time to take aggressive action. His military career cannot start before his training does, however, and he is ordered off the ship as a noncombatant.
It is up to Lafiel to transport him to safety and warn the empire of the impending attack. The two manage to escape from the Abh ship before the United Mankind forces arrive, but what will become of the crew they’ve left behind to face seemingly insurmountable odds?
The Battle of Gosroth
air day: 1999-01-30
While on their way to the Abh capital to bring Jinto Lin to his military training, the captain and crew of the patrol ship Gosroth detect the presence of warships that they suspect belong to the United Mankind, an enemy opposed to Abh control of the universe.
Jinto and Lafiel, as noncombatants, are ordered off the Gosroth by Captain Lexshue, but not before the Abh princess is severely reprimanded for questioning those instructions. Lafiel would rather stay and fight, but Lexshue — realizing the future importance of her stubborn protegee — will hear nothing of it.
The mood aboard Jinto and Lafiel’s escape vessel is a somber one, as she laments her uselessness to the mission. Jinto does his best to cheer her up, but his efforts are futile. Still, Lafiel is better off exactly where she is, as the Gosroth, after attempting to escape, is finally caught by the United Mankind forces.
Will they manage to escape? Lafiel certainly hopes so, because she has a unique relationship with the ship’s
air day: 1999-02-06
With the Gosroth destroyed, the United Mankind is free to continue its path toward the planet of Sufugnoff. The Abhs did, however, fight ferociously until the end, letting Jinto and Lafiel gain a large lead over the enemy fleet in the race toward Abh territory.
Little do they know, but that lead will shrink significantly thanks to what was originally intended to be a very short layover for refueling in the Baron Febdash territory. Lafiel is quite uncomfortable with the excessive attention she receives from the baron’s scantily clad vassals — as well as with the lack of respect given to Jinto — and seeks to leave immediately.
Right on cue, Baron Febdash appears on a video screen, apologizing to Lafiel that his space station lacks the fuel her ship requires. Furthermore, he informs her that the vessel is in need of repair.
Doubting the truthfulness of both statements, Lafiel is left wondering why Febdash seems to be trying to prevent Jinto and her from leaving. The intrigue only deepen
air day: 1999-02-13
Less-than-stimulating dinner conversation with Baron Febdash — particularly the part where he expresses his hatred for land people — results in Lafiel losing her appetite, and she leaves her rude host to eat in solitude.
For Lafiel, it’s too much of a coincidence that Jinto — a land person — was absent from dinner, and she tries to contact him after retreating to her room. His communicator is suspiciously unavailable, however, and subsequent efforts to reach him using Febdash’s onboard computers are also futile. However, she does learn a valuable piece of information: The baron’s vassals are the key to finding her companion.
Baron Febdash wasn’t being untruthful when he told Lafiel over dinner that his father was entertaining Jinto, but he failed to mention that he kept his father confined, and that Jinto was his prisoner now as well.
Why would he risk the wrath of the Abh Empire by interfering with a vital mission undertaken by one of its princesses? Lafiel isn’t quite sure, but s
The Style of the Abh
air day: 1999-02-20
With all access to Jinto — imprisoned by Baron Febdash — cut off, a desperate and now-armed Lafiel is left with only one option: storm the space station’s housekeeping control center.
The baron quickly closes in after learning of her actions but leaves almost immediately in a huff because one of his servants has joined forces with Lafiel and has had the nerve to speak out against him.
Now left questioning the loyalty of all his vassals, Febdash is further incensed by a message that suddenly goes out over the intercom and by his inability to interrupt it. It explains that his actions have jeopardized the princess’s mission, and that Lafiel’s royal family will hire anyone wishing to aid her cause.
The baron still has one trick up his sleeve, however, one that will ensure Lafiel will never be able to complete the task given to her aboard the Gosroth. In response, she decides to destroy Baron Febdash, although her vessel has no weapons.
As an Abh, Lafiel would rather fight than surrender
To the Battlefield
air day: 1999-02-27
Despite odds stacked heavily against her, Lafiel — relatively inexperienced as both pilot and soldier — emerges victorious in her battle with the baron. That doesn’t mean that Jinto and the princess haven’t also suffered a loss, however.
The delay caused by their imprisonment has allowed the United Mankind to beat them to the planet of Sufugnoff, and the invasion they could have possibly prevented is already under way by the time they arrive.
The enemy has also detected their presence and launches an attack, but Lafiel again displays some deft maneuvering and they are able to elude death once more. Though they’ve managed to survive the initial confrontation, Jinto and Lafiel’s options are limited because the orbiting tower where they would have docked has been destroyed.
With nowhere else to go, they turn their attention toward Sufugnoff’s surface, but the ship in which they are traveling may not be equipped for the landing. Worse still, Lafiel — despite all of her training — has n
Escape: Just the Two of Us
air day: 1999-03-06
Though their landing was a bumpy one, Jinto and Lafiel successfully reach Sufugnoff after barely escaping the United Mankind forces that have invaded the planet.
Unfortunately, starving in the fields isn’t a much better fate than being shot down in space, and they must eventually make their way to the city if they hope to survive. But Lafiel — with her blue hair and elflike ears — will have a hard time going unnoticed in the enemy-occupied city, meaning that Jinto will have to go it alone.
After a trip to the pawnbroker, he returns to the cave in which Lafiel is hiding with food and clothing — and black hair dye. Though taking great offense to the last item, she finally gives in, but their disguises do little to prevent them from being attacked by three troublemaking teens while on the road to the city.
They are of course no match for Lafiel’s military training, but soundly thrashing the teens — and taking their vehicle in the process — only leads to the United Mankind resuming th
Sufugnoff Gateway Battle
air day: 1999-03-13
Despite their disguises, Jinto and Lafiel encounter danger even before making it to the city, crossing paths not with the United Mankind but rather with three teenagers up to no good.
Though they didn’t start the fight, Jinto and Lafiel quickly finish it, acquiring an escape vehicle for their troubles. Unfortunately, the incident leads to a police investigation, one spearheaded by a United Mankind official looking for the occupants of the Abh pod that escaped to Sufugnoff.
Upon the suggestion of the lead detective — someone clearly annoyed by the prospect of collaborating with the invading army — they concentrate their efforts upon searching the city’s hotels, since new customers would be scarce in this time of military chaos.
Of course, a hotel is precisely where the two fugitives are hiding, and it isn’t long before four policemen bust down the door, weapons drawn. Jinto tries to prevent them from searching the bedroom where Lafiel now sleeps, and he ends up on the floor with a gun
Lady of Chaos
air day: 1999-03-20
Despite their uniforms, the officers who force their way into Jinto and Lafiel’s hotel room aren’t from the police department. They’re actually anti-empire revolutionaries looking for a ship of their own, and an Abh princess would make the perfect bargaining chip to get one.
The anti-empire revolutionaries fail to take into account just how fierce a fight with an enraged Abh can be, and their dreams of commerce and exploration without constraint quickly evaporate. Jinto and Lafiel do, however, agree to act as hostages, but any plan to engage the empire in negotiations will be put on hold, thanks to a United Mankind roadblock.
An explosive thrown by Lafiel buys the group some time, but also leads the enemy to believe the anti-Abh revolutionaries are sympathizers of the empire. Nothing could be further from the truth, but Lafiel has little time to be angry about the deception because United Mankind continues the chase, whether above ground or down a hidden passage to a series of caves.
Trouble Soaring Through Heaven
air day: 1999-03-27
Not wanting to unnecessarily drag anyone into her dispute with United Mankind, Lafiel insists that her anti-empire captors-turned-allies split from Jinto and herself in the underground tunnels in which they’ve sought refuge.
There are too many men in pursuit and not enough pathways, however, and Jinto and Lafiel eventually run into a dead end. Though the bombs lobbed in their direction succeed in causing slight injury, they also open the way for the duo to flee into the amusement park on the other side of the wall that had previously blocked their escape.
They haven’t reached safety just yet, however, because the city police force — also involved in the chase but familiar with Jinto and Lafiel’s secret route — has anticipated the pair’s arrival.
Doing their best to avoid capture, they make the mistake of backtracking through the park and again encounter United Mankind’s military. Now hunted by two irate and heavily armed groups, Jinto and Lafiel’s options seem limited, even when the