Ten-year old Sakura Avalon, Cardcaptor of the elusive, magical Clow Cards, unexpectedly wins a trip to Hong Kong where strange dreams lead her to an imprisoned sorceress with close connections to the creator of the cards.
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Sakura and her friends have just finished the fourth grade, and are enjoying a well-deserved break from both school and cardcaptoring. While shopping at a local store, Sakura is fortunate enough to win a free trip to Hong Kong. Once there she is reunited with her rival and friend Syaoran Li, soon discovering that her good fortune is actually the work of a powerful sorceress with a grudge against Clow Reed, the long-dead creator of the Clow Cards.Written by
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[a Clow Card, the Arrow, is pulling back the string of a bow. The Card releases the bow string, and the single glowing arrow fired turns into many, which start raining down on Sakura and Kero as they attempt to fly away and escape]
It's coming, Sakura!
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I first saw two episodes of the series dubbed, and didn't mind it (that's how I saw most of my anime back then). However, now that I have been able to compare the original to a fansub I once saw, the sub was by far superior. In the dub, Sakura sounds 5 years older than she actually is, and Kero has a GUY'S voice. Yuk yuk yuk! Worst of all, the names are Americanised. I haven't seen enough of either to compare episode orders, so all I can say is good is an opening theme (which is played to the same tune as the original) and the end theme.
I now go pretty much mental whenever I hear the accursed title Cardcaptors being mentioned except where it refers solely to Sakura and Li in the show and not the show itself.
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