Dahna: Megami Tanjō

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Dahna: Megami Tanjou is a Platform Action game by IGS made in 1991 for the Sega Mega Drive released only in Japan. Players controlled the title character who, in a medieval fantasy setting, struggled against the powers of an evil sorceress raiding her village. The story was told through cut scenes and Dahna was helped along the way by various mythical beasts. The game had an extra level of violence to it as every enemy Dahna killed disappeared in a streak of blood.

In ancient times, there lived a wealthy family whose heirs were two daughters: Regine and Dahna. These two sisters were born with a strange magic that could enable them to do summon the elements and other impossible things; it was this magic that many within the spiritual underworld lusted after, particularly Regine whose powers grew stronger with age. On Dahna’s 7th birthday, the sisters parents were murdered in a violent attempt to kidnap the sisters, but the wreckage separated the sisters and Dahna escaped. Dahna hid in secrecy, but was eventually taken in by a nearby village where she honed her magic and combat abilities under the guidance of Magh, her mentor in magic. Ten years later, a mysterious invasion force led by an evil sorceress attacked her village and kidnapped Magh, prompting Dahna on her first battle.

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Dahna: Megami Tanjō - Cover Art Sega Genesis
Also known as: 
"ダーナ 女神誕生" -- Japanese spelling
Dahna: Goddess’ Birth
Dahna - Megami Tanjou

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