Sohryuden: Legend of The Dragon Kings

Sohryuden: Legend of the Dragon Kings (創竜伝, Sōryūden?) is a set of novels based loosely on Chinese mythology.

It was written by Yoshiki Tanaka in collaboration with Japanese illustrator Yoshitaka Amano (Kodansha Novels edition) and manga artist group Clamp (Kodansha bunkobon). It is written with a humorous and satirical tone. It is published to the 13th volume as of 2005.

On July 24, 2008, at San Diego Comic-Con, North American publisher Del Rey announced that they have secured the license to the Sohryuden novel series. This will be the first work by Yoshiki Tanaka to be released in English. This was projected to be released in 2009, but has since been seen on online bookstores as having a 2011 release date.

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Sohryuden: Legend Of The Dragon Kings - Episodes
... Chapter 1- Dragon Prophecy (The Four Brothers Under Fire) The four Ryudo brothers, Hajime (23), Tsuzuku (19), Owaru (15) and Amaru (13) seem like your ordinary brothers living ordinary day to ... Hajime prophecies that the time the dragon nature takes effect that their late grandfather warned him about is upon them and this is confirmed when ... Chapter 2- Ancient Truths (The Legend of Dragon Springs) The Ryudo brothers suffer social harassment losing gas, water, electricity, money etc ...

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