Fairy Tail: Collection One (Blu-ray/DVD Combo)
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In the kingdom of Fiore, powerful wizards make their living by joining magical guilds and contracting out their services to become "wizards for hire." Harnessing the forces of dragon fire, ice, weaponry, and the zodiac, four young wizards from the infamous guild Fairy Tail team up to seek their fortunes. Growing stronger with every mission, they travel the countryside helping people and battling rival guilds, but with personalities as different as their magic skills, this team may end up doing more damage than good.
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So I import DVD to Australia mainly because finding anime in a stores is next to impossible. So to my surprise the DVD's worked with out me spoofing my DVD region on my PC. One of the things that is not listed is that the DVD's appear to be multi region - 1,2 and 4 (unfortunately all NTSC so PAL restricted devices won't play them). I was quite surprised that I wouldn't need to change/spoof my DVD region on my PC to play them. VLC is also region free as long as the DVD drive you have is not region locked in the firmware.
The BR disks are also only listed as A1 but the box says A1 and B2. Haven't tested the BR's yet to verify - my new BR drive is still on order from Umart.
The 4 DVD disks have nice imagery printed on them (different on each disk).
-As far as delivery goes - arrived 3 days early but case is cracked along the spine (same with collection 3) which is disappointing. We can blame Australia Post and back packaging for that.
-The 4 BRs are all printed with the same image. The only way to tell them apart is by a small red number and tiny (hard to read serif text) text that displays what episodes are on the disks.
-On The DVD's all the episodes are part of the same video track so skipping the out/intro is a pain in the ass because points on the timeline are tiny.
-The card slip cover was also slightly torn.
There are 18 or more seasons of the this little story. It is fun, dungeon-inflated, and has the hallmarks of anime (fan service, teen humor, drinking) in a toned-down style.