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Synonyms: Combat Continent, Soul Land

Japanese: 斗罗大陆



Episodes: 26

Status: Finished Airing

Aired: Jan 20, 2018 to Jul 14, 2018

Producers:Tencent Penguin Pictures

Licensors: None found, add some

Studios:Sparkly Key Animation Studio

Source: Novel

Genres:ActionAction, AdventureAdventure, FantasyFantasy, RomanceRomance

Themes:HistoricalHistorical, Martial ArtsMartial Arts

Duration: 20 min. per ep.

Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older



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Popularity: #4051

Members: 19,191

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The first impression of Douluo Dalu wasn't amazing. They say that the first 20 seconds of a show determines whether the show is good or not. And in most cases, that first 20-second rule is quite accurate from my experiences.

Art (5/10)
The animation and the art style were hard to convert into. I didn't like it at first, but I know I got myself into it and I shouldn't have expected much from it. It's not good but it's not something that I looked for so, in the end, it slightly matters, but it doesn't ruin the show. You can have a good story with terrible art and animation, and I'll still watch it.
One thing that annoyed me the most about the animation was how fast it moved. It was like watching an extremely fast slideshow. Every second is a new cut from a different angle, it's hard to see what is going on.

Character (3/10)
I don't know what's so bad about it. It's just unbearable. The characters weren't that interesting at the start and they were blander at the end. The majority of the time, side characters get tossed away like last night's leftovers.
There are characters I don't care about who gets more screen time than other decently developed characters.
Character development is so weak in this show with the main characters not even getting a development. There are some characters I wanted to care about, but there was no development or screen time on them, instead, they focus on characters I don't find all that interesting
They tried at some points to develop some characters, but in the end, after two episodes, they just give up on them, giving little to no screen time and reverts their personality to what they had originally.

Story (6/10)
It's unoriginal and predictable. But that's not necessarily a bad thing. It just means I zone out and I don't have to think much about what is happening. The show isn't something I would seek out, I don't think much about isekai and overpowered MC storylines. All I can say is it's predictable. What you would think would happen in a generic shonen will most likely happen.
Every episode has a fight scene or at least the start of a fight scene. That in of itself is entertaining and carried the show. There weren't any meaningful plotlines that were touched upon, with even more useless and meaningless scenes that last up to one full episode, and it didn't even advance the story. It was fun to watch at least, but it didn't make the show any better or worse. It felt as if the show was being dragged on when it didn't need to be.
It just reminds me of cutscenes of a free RPG game with all the cutscenes spliced together making a somewhat coherent and continuous storyline. They just forgot to add the gameplay elements. If they made it into a game, I would be down to play it, but as a donghua that it is, it's not that great, it's just meh. I will watch it, I just don't think much about it.

Sound and Music (4/10)
It's not the best, but I have heard worse. It's poorly edited. With music ending abruptly, generic and unsatisfying, probably royalty-free too, sound effects. Not saying it ruined the show, it just more distracting than it should be. The soundtrack isn't all that amazing, sometimes the soundtrack they use just doesn't fit the mood that the show is trying to show. It just ruins the experience and connection.

Now it sounds like I have criticized the show with no positivity and all negatives. But I still somewhat found an interest in the show. Story development isn't that good, but I still have high hopes that it will improve and develop especially in Douluo Dalu 2. I hope the worldbuilding of the show can expand and improve.


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It took some time to get used to the 3D animation, however after a few episodes it was totally fine; almost like watching cut scenes from a Teen rated fantasy/martial arts video game. The fight scenes are very fast paced: kinetic and filled with bright neon colors and moving particles to the point of being distracting or disorienting at times. Nonetheless, they are often exciting and fun to watch. Facial expressions can be stiff especially when characters are expressing affection or frustration which creates some disconnection as a viewer.

Most of the female characters look the same and have relatively weak personalities (save for 2 or 3), whereas the male characters have diverse body types and facial features and can be pretty funny. Regardless, few of the characters have much depth and most are 1D.

Regarding episode structure, the first 3-4 minutes and the last 1-2 minutes of the 20 minute episodes are used on theme songs or recap and can be skipped. Occasionally, there will be extremely obvious product placement that seems totally out of place in the story's world; for instance the characters drinking or walking past Ito En bottled green tea.

Also, this series is actually completely available for free with English subtitles on the Tencent Video channel on YouTube with over 112 episodes out at this point. The only downside to viewing it on this platform are the 5-6 quick, but unavoidable ads that will interrupt the videos. The sub quality is pretty good, however there is a pretty bad lag during episodes 11-13.


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Chinese Harry Potter. This is somewhat how I felt watching the show at times, because of the nice and well-thought adventure and story, in a beautiful and complex world : a believable world.
Now the problem is, to get there, the viewers have to ... cultivate (^^') an incredible amount of patience.
Because this show is also a perfect exemple as to why a carefully craft story can be crushed by its production nefarious flaws. And there are numerous, these flaws. Here's some example : in a video player, one episode is about 20~24 min. From these 20 min, remove 3 min for opening theme+previous episodes resume, then remove 1 min for useless interludes and finally remove 5 to 7 min for product placements and ending theme (and I'm not joking, I've timed the thing).
Honestly, this take a fair amount of patience, and maybe must even take your stubborness out in order to watch this 3d production.
But at times, you wil be rewarded with somptuous backgrounds and scenes, straight out from a video game (special mention for the time the hero is trying to "sense" the world surrounding him). And while I hate the 3d aspect of the characters (not so bad actually, it's more of a personal opinion), I can't deny the tremendous amount of work behind these characters, background and scenes which in turn must explain why we have to endure the pathetic and obvious products placement.

So... you've been warned : while I think Douluo Dalu is worthy of your time, you will have to struggle past the scenes made with an economy of CG in mind, and deal with the product placement scenes badly integrated into the show. Despite all that, Douluo Dalu might be one of the best chinese 3d anime production so far, even if far from perfection.


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Something that I like about this anime is its art style. Before I watched Doulou Dalu, I only liked the regular 2D art style that most anime used. However, it seems to work for this type of genre. It makes the fight scenes cooler than they would've been in 2D.

One of the only issues I have is that none of the characters really develop except for the MC; everyone has the same personality.

Overall, it's a great anime. The MC retained his knowledge from his past life and uses it to his advantage. It's very satisfying seeing him becoming stronger and unlocking new abilities. For those that enjoy the anime, it's very difficult to stop watching.


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Soul Land

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Originally Tang San had a pair of blue eyes and medium-length hair, and was presented in a messy way. His appearance was considered normal with intimidating yet appealing facial features.

Following his secondary awakening, his whole body underwent a metamorphosis, and thus his skin became fairer, and he attained dark blue eyes, long deep blue hair and a handsome face with an imposing manner.


Tang San possesses a very calm and serene personality. He is kind, thoughtful of others and selfless. He always calculates his options before taking action. As a person of two lives, since childhood he possessed the maturity of an adult. His thirst for knowledge is astounding as in his previous life, and that thirst for knowledge was the reason he committed suicide. He deeply loves his parents and has a deep regard for his friends, especially Xiao Wu. He would selflessly put himself in front of danger to help his friends. He harbors a dark personality in which he eliminates, dissipates or renders those who opposes him dead or imbecile if they're considered as enemies who can no longer be reconciled with. Tang San appears to be an intellectual and cool headed person in combat.


Prior to his rebirth in Soul Land (Douluo Dalu), he was a member of the Outer Sect of the Tang Sect. Tang Sect was a school of assassins who specialized in Poisons and Hidden Weapon. Among the Tang Sect Outer Sect disciples he was the third most senior and therefore came to be known as Tang San. Even among them he was considered a genius not seen in two hundred years. Wanting to know the secrets of the Tang Sect that was only taught only to the Inner Sect disciples, he broke into their sacred place stealing the knowledge. Having read and mastered its contents, knowing he committed a crime, he committed suicide by jumping off the Hell's Peek

Upon his birth in Soul Land (Douluo Dalu) he realized that he retained his memories from his previous life. Coincidentally he was named Tang San. He was raised by his father Tang Hao who was an alcoholic and a blacksmith in the village of Holy Spirit.

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Douluo Continent

2021 Chinese television series

Douluo Continent
Based onDouluo Dalu (斗罗大陆)
by Tang Jia San Shao
Written by
  • Tang Jia San Shao
  • Wang Juan
Directed byYang Zhen Yu
Opening theme"Standing Proudly at the Edge of the Clouds" (傲立云端) by Gao Tai Yu, Ao Zi Yi and Liu Run Nan
Ending theme"Starry River" (星河) by Wu Xuanyi
Country of originChina
Original languageMandarin
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes40 (Original version)
33 (CCTV version)
ProducersFang Fang
Yu Wan Qin
Li Xiao Biao
Zhang Meng
Xu Jian (徐建)
Ren Qiang (任强)
Jing Qi Shen (景麒駪)
Production locationsHengdian World Studios
Xiangshan Film and Television Town
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time45 minutes
Production companiesTencent Penguin Pictures
New Classics Media
Original networkTencent Video
Picture format1080i (HDTV)
Original releaseFebruary 5, 2021 (2021-02-05) –
April 2021 (2021-04)
Followed byDouluo Continent 2[1]

Douluo Continent (Chinese: 斗罗大陆; pinyin: Dòu Luō Dà Lù) is a 2021 Chinese television series based on a fantasy novel of the same name by Tang Jia San Shao, starring Xiao Zhan and Wu Xuanyi.[2][3] It premiered on Tencent Video, CCTV and WeTV on February 5.[4]


Having lost his mother, Tang San and his father depended on each other to survive. Because he had to bear heavy burdens since childhood, Tang San grew up meticulous and mature for his age. Tang San awakened his powers when he was six years old and was sent to an academy for training. He becomes a disciple of Yu Xiaogang and looks after the orphaned Xiao Wu as her older brother. To improve their soul power, Yu Xiaogang sends them to the Shrek Academy where together with five other geniuses, they come to form the Shrek Seven Devils. As they gain fame, conflicts arise between the Shrek Seven Devils and students from other academies. The young heroes unintentionally become involved in the fight for imperial power between first prince Xue Qinhe and fourth prince Xue Beng. Meanwhile, Tang San discovers the culprit that murdered his mother and their secret plot to destroy the nations. To prevent them from succeeding, Tang San gathers up allies to fight a difficult war.[5]



A former young prodigy of the renowned Tang Sect. Weilder of dual martial souls, Sky Hammer and Lan Yin Grass.
An orphan girl whose martial soul is a rabbit.


Seven Devils of Shi Lan Ke

  • Gao Tai Yu as Dai Mu Bai (voiced by Wei Chao)
  • Liu Mei Tong as Zhu Zhu Qing (voiced by Li Shi Meng)
  • Liu Run Nan as Ou Si Ke
  • Ding Xiao Ying as Ning Rong Rong (voiced by Liu Qing)
  • Ao Zi Yi as Ma Hong Jun (voiced by Su Shang Qing)

Shrek Academy

  • Calvin Chen as Yu Xiaogang / Grandmaster (voiced by Wang Kai)
  • Qiu Xin Zhi as Fei Lande, founder and director of Shrek Academy (Shi Lan Ke)
  • Zhang Wen as Liu Erlong (voiced by Ma Hai Yan)


  • Zhong Zhen Tao as Tang Hao (voiced by Xuan Xiao Ming), Tang San's father.
  • Zhu Zhu as Bi Bidong
  • Huang Can Can as Hu Liena / Qian Ren Xue (voiced by Lu Xi Ran)
  • Bao Xiao Song as Prince Xue Xing
  • Shen Xiao Hai as Ning Feng Zhi
  • Wen Sheng Hao as Ju Dou Luo
  • Wang Yi Fan as Ye Zhiqiu
  • Liu Jiao Xin as Dugu Bo
  • Ren Qing Na Mu as Dugu Ya
  • Li De Xin as Yu Tianheng
  • Miao Hao Jun as Village Leader Ye Huo (voiced by Zhang Yao Han)
  • Yu An as Tai Long
  • Bao Bo Yu as Xue Qinghe
  • Du Jun Ze as Dai Weishi
  • Guo Jia Nuo as Shi Nian / Jian Dou Luo
  • Li Hao as Wang Sheng
  • Ma Dong Chen as Xiao Chenyu
  • Ma Rui Ze as Liu Long
  • Liu Wei as Village Leader of Sheng Hun Village
  • Cui Peng as Su Yuntao (voiced by Chen Guang)
  • Song Qing as Bu Le
  • Wang Gen as Xue Beng
  • Liu Ya Peng as Ma Hongjun's father


The series production for Douluo Continent was first announced in 2017.[8] On November 1, 2018, preparations for filming were ready and by the end of 2018, preparations for filming had begun.[9] Filming began in January 2019 until July of the same year.[10]

Xiao Zhan and Wu Xuanyi were first announced as the main characters of this series on December 28, 2019, together with the release of the official poster of this series featuring the two main characters.[11]


External links[edit]

Soul Land the Final Battle - Asura God - Tang San vs Qian Renxue - Douluo Dalu


Wiki douluo dalu


【Soul Land】EP147 Clip - Tangsan battled with three of strongs! Can he win? - 斗罗大陆 - ENG SUB


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