Leene is very down-to-earth and doesn’t initially believe Celestrians exist at all. She is a skilled Paladin who lives in Gleeba. She’s very loyal and will throw herself in the path of any opponent to protect her allies. There’s something she’s keeping from the team about her past though… one day she just suddenly appeared, according to her Gleeban friends. And contrary to their expectations, she did not have amnesia. She seems to know a lot about the Gittish Empire.
Raena is a lovely bunny girl who makes her home in Dourbridge. She’s very upbeat and never lets life get her down. She joins the team to spread happiness across the world. Or that’s what she says at least. She has a serious problem with meeting girls and not instantly getting crushes on them. Despite this, she is very gifted with magic and uses her powers as a Sage to help her team in whatever way she can.
Sasha is the young and headstrong daughter of a priest in Batsureg. She despises being cooped up and left with the team so that she could see the world. And hit things with her giant hammer. Despite this, she still wants to be a priest… but she’s not good with the whole ‘don’t hit things’ part of it. That strange language her name is in is actually just her terrible handwriting. She does help her team with her healing magic though… when she’s not throwing herself into danger.
L’ota was a student in Swinedimples Academy, but she never fit in. She very rarely talks and has sometimes been heard… hissing? L’ota left with the team as they didn’t make her feel like an outcast. But there is seriously something off about her… However, regardless of her oddness, she is a valuable Armamentalist who will support her friends to the best of her abilities.
Tyrannosaura Wrecks, the Goddess of Destruction from Dragon Quest IX. She used to be part of a big, happy family… but now it’s only her and Tyrannosaurus Wrecks. Why, you ask? Because Tyrannosaura Wrecks literally murdered everyone else in her family. Yeah. She isn’t a particularly pleasant one.
The first animated Netflix original series produced in Latin America is coming to the streaming service Feb. 24. It’s called Legend Quest (Las Leyendas in Spanish) and it’s not just for kids.
The show deftly weaves Mexican history and folklore with humor and a distinctly spooky touch à la Scooby Doo.
Legend Quest revolves around Leo San Juan, a teenage boy who lives in 19th-century Mexico. But Leo isn’t just any teen boy. He has the power to communicate with the supernatural. That ability means Leo gets drawn into all sorts of adventures, whether he likes it or not.
The adventures pick up when Leo’s hometown disappears into another dimension.
On that day, Leo teams up with the loopy conquistador Don Andrés, the tech-savvy Teodora, the fantastical creature Alebrije and Finado and Moribunda, two calaveras, or Mexican sugar candy skulls.
Together, the troop must put an end to the evil antics of Quetzalcóatl, the feathered serpent god of Mesoamerican lore. Read more