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Butlers X Battlers coming to Crunchyroll

Butlers X Battlers coming to Crunchyroll
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Crunchyroll have announced that Butlers X Battlers is the latest Sping 2018 series to stream on the service. You'll find all the details below:

Butlers X Battlers

Butlers X Battlers

  • Streaming from: Availible now.
  • Regions: North America, UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Scandinavia, South Africa, Netherlands and Latin America.

SynopsisButlers: They are guardians that hold a thousand-year history and a certain fate. Jay lived in peace with his little sister Tenna and a fellow Butler named Hayakawa. However, those peaceful days came to a sudden end. Tenna was swallowed up into the void and Jay was sent a hundred years into the future. What Jay happens to find there is there is now an academy called Koyomi Academy standing in the place where his mansion once stood. Jay took up the name Jinguji Koma and became the student council president of the school as he looks for clues about the past. This was all in order for him to regain his former life. A hundred years’ worth of emotions bring upon reunions and separations. The secrets behind a bloodline that’s lasted a thousand years and their fate... Jay will eventually find out the truth behind this world. A thousand year old bloodline and a hundred years’ worth of emotions descend.

 

Source: Crunchyroll.

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