Saving the world from an evil madman? Not a problem for this kid. Finding his birth parents? That's the real adventure!
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Series cast summary:
Fanny Bloc ...
Andonis Anthony
Jessica Bell
Hugo Chandor
Fiona Clarke
Jules de Jongh
James Nickerson
Joanna Ruiz
Keir Stewart
 Evangelyne / ... 55 episodes, 2008-2017
Thomas Guitard ...
 Sir Tristepin Percedal / ... 55 episodes, 2008-2017
Adeline Chetail ...
 Amalia Sheran Sharm / ... 54 episodes, 2008-2017
Patrick Béthune ...
 Ruel Stroud / ... 53 episodes, 2008-2017
Gérard Surugue ...
 Rubilax / ... 34 episodes, 2008-2017
Cédric Dumond ...
 Prince Armand / ... 28 episodes, 2009-2017
Damien Da Silva ...
 La Carte / ... 25 episodes, 2008-2014


In a fantasy world, a mysterious figure leaves a baby boy with a retired bounty hunter in a small village with instructions to raise him until the time is right for him to find his biological family. Years later, that boy named Yugo discovers he has powerful magic abilities using the power of Wakfu even as his village is threatened. Working with a bunch of newfound friends, Yugo is able to help save his home and discover his quest. However, there are villains who know about the boy too and are determined to gain his power for their own ends. Regardless, Yugo is on that quest with his friends to find his family and answers about his past with greater implications concerning both he is only beginning to understand. Written by Kenneth Chisholm (

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Among many races appearing in the series, some had their names created by reading backwards certain words: Cra (a race of archers) read backwards is "arc", Enutrof (a race of treasure hunters knows for their greed) read backwards is "fortune", Eniripsa (a race of healers) read backwards is "Aspirine", and Xelor (a race of time manipulating wizards) read backwards is "Rolex". See more »


Spin-off Dofus: Aux trésors de Kerubim (2013) See more »

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25 November 2017 | by See all my reviews

I love Wakfu. I saw all the three seasons (icluding the OVA) and I recommend it. It is incredible, a very good work. Characters and plot are awesome, the villains are among the best I've ever seen, really deep with great personalities, design and powers. The scenes are well made particularly in the season's finals. Obviously it's not always that good, there are several episodes which are not important for the plot and can be a little boring but the last ones ore pure gold.

It's too bad that this series isn't famous, maybe it looks too childish but it isn't, it's really well made so give it a try.

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