Approximately 8127 of you told us that Cartoon Hangover’s 107 Fairy Tail Facts YOU Should Know was full of mispronunciations. Those responsible have been sacked and we are bringing you a new and (mostly?) mispronunciation-free video. The world of Fairy Tail has been an anime fan favorite over the past 10 years, so it’s only fitting that we covered 107 anime facts about the world of Dragon Slayers that we have all come to know and love. So cuddle up with your favorite Exceed and get ready for the 107 anime facts about Fairy Tail YOU should know!
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Credits for This Episode
Research by: Annie Arjarasumpun, Derek Byron, Adrian Apolonio, Tori Wiley
Written by: Tori Wiley
Hosted by: Adrian Apolonio
Edited by: Caleb Pryor
Graphics and Thumbnail: Alex Batchelor, Lauren Emory
Channel Manager: Jeremy Rosen
Producers: Adrian Apolonio, Jesse Gouldsbury
Executive Producers: Carrie Miller, Fred Seibert, Jeremy Rosen
Music Provided by Epidemic Sound:
ES_Freedom Rider 2 – Johannes Bornlöf
ES_Lord Of Dance 01 – Johannes Bornlöf
ES_Lord Of Dance 02 – Johannes Bornlöf
ES_Lord Of Dance 3 – Johannes Bornlöf
ES_Lord Of Dance 4 – Johannes Bornlöf
ES_Medieval Adventure 01 – Johannes Bornlöf
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