March 2 (UPI)– Netflix is offering a look of the new anime series Dota: Dragon’s Blood.

The streaming service shared a trailer for the animated dream series Monday featuring Yuri Lowenthal as the voice of the main character, Davion, the Dragon Knight.


The sneak peek shows Davion escort Princess Mirana (Lara Pulver) on a journey to discover the moon goddess Selemene’s magical lotuses to resurrect her. Selemene returns but might not be what her fans expected.

The trailer also teases epic fights with dragons.

” Following encounters with a powerful, ancient eldwurm as well as the worthy Princess Mirana on a secret mission of her own, Davion becomes involved in events much larger than he could have ever imagined,” Netflix stated in an official synopsis.

Dota: Dragon’s Blood is based upon the Dota video game franchise, consisting of the 2013 game Dota 2. Valve, the developers of the video game, co-produced the series with Netflix.

The TV series is created by Ashley Miller and also includes the voices of Josh Keaton as Bram, Tony Todd as Slyrak the Cinder Eldwurm, Troy Baker as Invoker, Kari Wahlgren as Luna and Alix Wilton Regan as Selemene.

Dota: Dragon’s Blood premieres March 25 on Netflix.

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