5 Best Anime like Fairy Tail

5 Most Recommended Anime Series if You Like Fairy Tail

Fairy Tail

Fantasy and adventure are major genres of Japanese anime, which many famous titles are categorized as. Fairy Tail is one of the most popular anime series that is mixed with both fantasy and adventure. The grand story focuses on an exciting journey of the Dragon Slayer wizard Natsu Dragneel and other members of the Fairy Tail guild.

Fairy Tail has been loved by anime fans all over the world since its manga series started in 2006 and its first anime adaptation was released in 2009. The manga series written by Hiro Mashima was serialized between 2006 and 2017. There are 328 episodes in the three seasons of the anime series broadcasted from 2009 to 2019.

For those who like Fairy Tail, here is the list of 5 best anime similar to Fairy Tail including the great action adventure series and the other good works made by Hiro Mashima. Update your anime watch list with these recommendations after completing the long story of Fairy Tail.

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1. Rave Master

Rave Master

Rave Master, which is also known as just Rave in Japanese, is the most similar anime series to Fairy Tail since its original manga series was written by the same manga artist Hiro Mashima. He started the serialization of Rave Master in 1999 and completed it in 2005; Fairy Tail launched in a year. There are 51 chapters in the anime series of Rave Master aired between 2001 and 2002.

Rave Master is set in the world after the prominent conflict occurred between the Symphonia Kingdom with the Rave stones and the Raregroove Kingdom with the Dark Bring stones. It follows a 16-year-old boy Haru Glory who get qualified as the second Rave Master. He decided to travel around the world to save it, meeting his reliable friends such as Elie and Musica. You will experience a moment of deja vu in the middle of Rave Master after watching Fairy Tail, which is the Hiro Mashima’s world.

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2. Edens Zero

Edens Zero is also one of the most recommended anime to the fans of Fairy Tail as well as Rave Master, written by Hiro Mashima. Following his two masterpieces, he started the new series titled Edens Zero in 2018. The sci-fi adventure manga, which is also categorized as space opera, was made into the first anime adaptation that includes 25 episodes in 2021.

Edens Zero is set in the planet Granbell that is inhabited by robots, following the only human boy Shiki Granbell on the planet. One day, he meets Rebecca, a member of the Shooting Starlight guild from the planet Blue Garden, and her partner blue cat Happy. He decides to go to see the legendary existence Mother to realize his dream: making 100 human friends in the universe. The passionate story and intense battles are presented in Edens Zero like Fairy Tail thrills you.

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3. Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic

Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic (マギ) is a popular fantasy adventure series recommended if you like the swashbuckler story of Fairy Tail. Its manga series was serialized on Weekly Shonen Sunday between 2009 and 2017, which was adapted into two seasons of the anime series from 2012 to 2014. Its spin-off series titled Magi: Adventure of Sinbad aired with 13 episodes in 2016.

Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic I based on the Middle Eastern folk tales One Thousand and One Nights. It follows a young boy Alibaba Saluja, who lives in a town near the Dungeon called Amon. His life is changing after he meets a mysterious traveler named Aladdin with a djinn in his flute. They reach an agreement to explore Amon to become richer and to find what Aladdin is looking for other metal vessels containing other djinns.

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4. Is It Wrong To Pick Up Girls In A Dungeon

Is It Wrong To Pick Up Girls In A Dungeon (ダンジョンに出会いを求めるのは間違っているだろうか) is a trendy anime series categorized as fantasy, adventure and action. Its popular light novel series published since 2013 has been adapted into the anime series since 2015. The past three seasons aired in 2015, 2019 and 2020, followed by the fourth season in 2022.

The setting is a fantasy city called Orario that includes underground labyrinth known as a Dungeon. It tells the story of a young protagonist named Bell Cranel, who makes his living by exploring Dungeons. He keeps making lots of effort to become much stronger fighting with other adventurers and gods. There are diverse Familias run by gods and goddesses, which are a kind of guilds in Fairy Tail. Bell joins the Hestia Familia run by the goddess of the hearth.

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5. One Piece

As you may have watched the greatest action adventure series, this recommendation list introduces One Piece just in case. For those who like Fairy Tail and other fantasy adventure series, One Piece takes priority while it consists of over 1,000 chapters. However, many anime fans agree that it is worth your much time. If you have completed One Piece, how about checking its recent anime movies such as One Piece: Stampede (2019) and One Piece Film: Red (2022).

One Piece focuses on a dynamic sailing story of the the Straw Hat Pirates, which consists of the captain Monkey D. Luffy, the powerful swordsman Roronoa Zoro, the lovely navigator Nami and so on. He fights against a variety of characters of pirates and marines using his rubber-themed attacking techniques to become the king of the pirates and reach the ultimate treasure known as One Piece.

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