The animated series Dragon Age: Absolution follows a new group of heroes as they fight against an evil entity that’s endangering the realm of Theda. Dragon Age: Absolution will be the biggest Dragon Age animated series to date, joining its predecessors Warden’s Fall (2010) and Redemption (2011).
Mairghread Scott, who worked as a writer for the Disney XD animated program based on the Guardians of the Galaxy, is the one responsible for the story of Dragon Age: Absolution.
There is a large amount of excitement surrounding this anime, despite the undeniable fact that it hasn’t been made available to the public yet. So, here in this article, we will discuss some animes that are similar to “Dragon Age: Absolution.”
Top 10 Anime Like Dragon Age: Absolution
The following is a list of the top 10 anime that are similar to Dragon Age: Absolution:
1. Goblin Slayer (2018)
The light novels of the same name served as the basis for the Goblin Slayer anime. In October 2018, the anime had its world premiere. White Fox is the company behind the anime.
Goblin Slayer follows Goblin Slayer as he assembles a diversified group of people—High Elf Archer, Dwarf Shaman, Lizard Priest, and Priestess—to battle a band of goblins under the command of the Goblin Lord, an artificially clever leader.
2. Claymore (2007)
The Claymore anime is adapted from Norihiro Yagi’s manga of the same name. The episodes are created by Madhouse Studios and directed by Hiroyuki Tanaka.
The anime chronicles the exploits of Clare, a half-human/half-Yoma hybrid known as Claymore, and her friends as they struggle to survive in a world populated by Yoma or shape-shifting demons.
3. Berserk (1997)
Based on the manga series of the same name by Kentaro Miura, Berserk is a Japanese anime television show.
Critics praised Susumu Hirasawa’s soundtrack, characters, setting and storytelling in the well-received Berserk anime. Berserk depicts the narrative of Guts and Griffith, the leader of the Falcon Troop, a group of mercenaries working for the kingdom of Midland.
4. Demon Slayer (2019)
One of the best anime series of 2019 is, without a doubt, Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba. Demon Slayer stands out from the rest of the anime crowd in 2019 thanks to its amazing visuals created by animation studio Ufotable, fascinating plot, and golden characters.
The story revolves around the teenager Tanjiro Kamado, who aspires to kill demons after witnessing the murder of his family and the transformation of his younger sister, Nezuko, into a demon.
5. Fairy Tale (2019)
Hiro Mashima is the author and illustrator of the Japanese animated series Fairy Tail. From August 2006 to July 2017, it was published in Kodansha’s Weekly Shonen Magazine.
Lucy, a celestial wizard, befriends Natsu, a wizard who specialises in slaying dragons. Along with other members of the Fairy Tail guild, they set out on a wide range of paid missions to fight crime and evil.
6. Rurouni Kenshin (1996)
The Japanese anime television series Rurouni Kenshin, often known as Samurai X, is based on the Nobuhiro Watsuki manga series of the same name.
Several times, Rurouni Kenshin has been counted amongst the top 100 series in Japan. Himura Kenshin, the main character of the anime, wanders through Japan before arriving in Tokyo. He is attacked there by Kamiya Kaoru, a young woman.
7. The Rising Of The Shield Hero (2019)
Aneko Yusagi is the author of the Japanese isekai light novel series The Rising of the Shield Hero. The anime focuses on a man who is simply given a shield and chosen to be one of the world’s greatest defenders.
However, after being cruelly betrayed, he struggles to rebuild his reputation while fighting evil with a select group of his devoted friends.
8. Lord Marksman and Vanadis
Tsukasa Kawaguchi and Yoshio and Hinata Katagiri created the Japanese light novel series Lord Marksman and Vanadis. In the novel Lord Marksman and Vanadis, the fictional European nation of Brune has King Faron at the helm of its government.
Due to Faron’s ill health and a struggle for control between the two heirs to the throne, Brune is on the brink of civil war.
9. Mushoku Tensei (2021)
Rifujin na Magonote and Shirotaka are the authors and illustrators of the Japanese light novel series Mushoku Tensei.
The series focuses on a hopeless and unemployed man named Rudeus Greyrat, who dies after leading a miserable and reclusive existence and then reincarnates in a fantasy realm while retaining his memories.
10. Fate/Stay Night (2006)
The Japanese visual novel Fate/Stay Night was created by Type-Moon and was first made available to the public on January 30, 2004, for Windows as an adult video game.
The story revolves around Shirou Emiya, a young man who joins the Holy Grail War, a conflict between “Servants” and warriors. Shirou forms a relationship with a different heroine on the various paths, and faces a wide range of enemies during the war.