Anime Series HD Hagure Yuusha no Aesthetica (2012) [Final8] [Dual Audio] [10-bit] [BDRip] [HD 1080p]

Uploaded in Anime Series HD | 7 Comments 15 Jan, 2014 [10:49 am]

Hagure Yuusha no Aesthetica 2012 Final8 Dual Audio 10 bit

Alternative Titles
English: Aesthetica of a Rogue Hero
Synonyms: Hagure Yuusha no Aesthetica
Japanese: はぐれ勇者の鬼畜美学 (エステティカ)

Information
Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 6, 2012 to Sep 21, 2012
Genres: Action, Ecchi, Fantasy, Super Power
Duration: 24 min. per episode
Rating: R+ - Mild Nudity

Plot Summary
Known as a Rogue Hero in the fantasy world Arezard, Akatsuki decided to take upon the request of the defeated Demon King to take his daughter with him. After bringing her back to the world he came from, Akatsuki brought her to join Babel, an academy-like organization that specializes in training those who came from the other world.

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Comments

Anonymous

30 May 2015 [2:42 am]

i am sorry the entire torrent is screwed up and its files.


Anonymous

23 Nov 2014 [5:11 pm]

None of the audio file is working on the videos


Anonymous

24 Jun 2014 [2:50 am]

i acialy got it from a no0ther source


Anonymous

06 Feb 2014 [8:39 am]

The quality is terrible sound is off and it cuts out


Anonymous

27 Jan 2014 [9:07 pm]

Thanks


Anonymous

15 Jan 2014 [2:46 pm]

thanks


Anonymous

15 Jan 2014 [11:31 am]

Encoding Group is [Final8]
Subs used are by [Commie]
Please give credit to the people who put this together.

Also, Final8's version is not Dual-Audio. Did you mux in the English audio track yourself or get this from another source? If another source, that would explain Final8 missing from the filenames. Just curious. :-)