Wakfu is a French animated television series produced by Ankama Animation, based on the video game Wakfu. The first season of 26 episodes began airing on 30 October , and new episodes would continue to air into January on France 3. There had been several attempts to dub the series into English, with several pilot dubs being produced. In , a dubbed version of episode 9 was shown at Anime Expo, this dub is believed to have been recorded at Ocean Productions in Vancouver Canada. There also exists another pilot dub recorded in Calgary; on Chinook Animation's website their portfolio lists working on 5 Wakfu episodes,  two voice actors from Calgary, Lucas Gilbertson and Doug de Nance , have even confirmed their involvement in the series. Dubbed versions of episodes 8 and 28 were originally available to watch on Planet Nemo Animation's website back in late , this was an attempt to shop the series around in the hopes of an American network picking it up.
Wakfu Season 1
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Wakfu Season 1. Watch Wakfu Season 1 full episodes online free kisscartoon. Synopsis: In a fantasy world, a mysterious figure leaves a baby boy with a retired bounty hunter in a small village with instructions to raise him until the time is right for him to find his biological family. Years later, that boy named Yugo discovers he has powerful magic abilities using the power of Wakfu even as his village is threatened. Working with a bunch of newfound friends, Yugo is able to help save his home and discover his quest. However, there are villains who know about the boy too and are determined to gain his power for their own ends.
When year-old Yugo discovers that he has mysterious powers, he journeys into a wondrous new world to find his real family. Young Yugo's life is forever changed when he discovers that he can create teleportation portals. Yugo, Percedal and Ruel enter the Forbidden Forest, looking for a way to cure a mysterious disease. Yugo and his friends travel to the market in Kelba to find a magical map but find it haunted by the Black Crow.
The first season of 26 episodes began airing on 30 October , and new episodes would continue to air into January on France 3. A spin-off called Mini-Wakfu , which features humorous shorts with characters depicted in super deformed chibi style has aired since September The special episode "Noximilien l'Horloger", the origin story of the main antagonist, Nox, was produced in Japan and features a radically different art style made by the same team of animators who worked on Kaiba and Kemonozume. The episode was directed by Eunyoung Choi with Masaaki Yuasa on character design. A successful Kickstarter campaign to produce an English-language dub of the series was launched in January