Magi Watch Order Easy Guide

Today we are going to explain the magi watch order in this article many anime fans are searching about it so why not we answer it.

Now, What is the magi watch order? we will be answering this question today and I will explain to you why this order goes this way if you have any kind of question why to watch magi anime in this order.

Here is the proper Magi watch order:

1. Magi: Sinbad no Bouken  (2016)

Magi: Sinbad no Bouken  magi watch order

Not so long ago, mysterious structures called Dungeons began appearing all over the world. No one knows what they are or how they came to be, but adventurers and armies around the world instantly took interest in them. Thousands set out to explore the Dungeons, but so far, not a single person has returned.

In a Parthevian port, a young boy is about to make a name for himself. Sinbad is good-natured, strong, and craving adventure. A kind deed leads to his meeting with Yunan, an enigmatic traveler who is far more powerful than his frivolous personality lets on. Yunan instructs Sinbad to attain the “power of the king” and change the world—by conquering a Dungeon. The eager boy readily accepts, setting out on the grand adventure he so craved.

Taking place 15 years before the events of the original series, Magi: Sinbad no Bouken chronicles Sinbad’s youth as a Dungeon conqueror. Along the way, the budding adventurer and merchant will have to face many obstacles, but anything is possible with the power of a king.

2. Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic (2012)

Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic (2012)

Dispersed around the world, there are several bizarre labyrinths hiding incredible treasures within them. These mysterious places, known as “Dungeons,” are said to be the work of Magi, a class of rare magicians, who also help people build their empires by guiding them to a dungeon.

Djinns, supernatural beings that rule over the labyrinths, grant successful conquerors access to their immense power and choose them as potential king candidates to rule the world.

Having spent life in isolation, Aladdin, a kind and young magician, is eager to explore the world upon finally leaving his home behind. He begins his journey only accompanied by his mentor Ugo—a djinn that Aladdin can summon with his flute.

However, Aladdin soon becomes friends with the courageous Alibaba Saluja after causing the destruction of a local merchant’s supply cart. In order to pay for the damages, Alibaba suggests that they attempt to conquer the nearest dungeon, taking the first step in an epic adventure that will decide the fate of the world itself.

3. Magi: The Kingdom of Magic (2014)

Magi: The Kingdom of Magic

After celebrating their victory against Al-Thamen, Aladdin and his friends depart the land of Sindria. With the end of the battle, however, comes the time for each of them to go their separate ways.

Hakuryuu and Kougyoku are ordered to go back to their home country, the Kou Empire. Meanwhile Aladdin announces he needs to head for Magnostadt—a mysterious country ruled by magicians—to investigate the mysterious events occurring in this new kingdom and become more proficient in magic.

For their part, encouraged by Aladdin’s words, Alibaba and Morgiana also set off in pursuit of their own goals: training and going to her homeland, respectively.

Magi: The Kingdom of Magic follows these friends as they all go about their separate adventures, each facing their own challenges. However, a new threat begins to rise as a great war looms over the horizon…

So, There you have it, now that we have our Magi watch order down, let me explain you why I put it like this.

Magi: Sinbad no Bouken is a prequel to the first two seasons. Therefore I would recommend watching Sinbad no Bouken before Labyrinth of Magic and Kingdom of Magic. The story happens few years before 2nd season starts and follows the legend of Sinbad of the Seven Season.

Therefore, watching it will give you a better understanding of what kind of a world Magi is. Following it is  Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic that has some awesome fighting scenes.

If you’re interested in the Magi series, you will definitely enjoy the first two seasons. And, Magi: Sinbad no Bouken will give you a better understanding of the mechanisms behind Magi world setting.

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Aiko Nakamura

Hey there, I'm Aiko Nakamura! I'm a 28-year-old anime lover from Tokyo. I dove deep into the world of anime during my studies, earning a Master's in Media Studies. Now, I'm all about creating anime fillers and watch order guides. When I'm not working, you'll find me cosplaying at conventions or exploring otaku communities globally. Anime isn't just a passion; it's my life!

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