Maybe’s To the Abandoned Sacred Beasts (Katsute Kami Datta Kemono-tachi e) has revealed two additional cast members. Claude is the young leader of Coup de Grace, a group that hunts down Incarnates, and will be voiced by Keito Isihikawa. Liza on the other hand is supporting Hank as a Beast Hunter and will be voiced by Yoko Hikasa. You can see their visuals below and read the translated comment of the cast!
To the Abandoned Sacred Beasts is currently being serialized in Kodansha’s Bessatsu Shonen Magazine and is a dark fantasy story about Incarnates, who are beast-like soldiers created by using prohibited magic. A man called Hank is on a quest to kill Incarnates as a ‘Beast Hunter’. One day he meets Schaal, the daughter of one of the Incarnates he killed. The two of them go on a quest where they will meet many more Incarnates in different situations. So far the series has nine paperback volumes.
Incarnates (VA: Keito Ishikawa)
Comment from Keito Ishikawa
I will lend my voice to Claude. I get all excited when I think that those who once were heroes are now the evil in this world. It might be only taking place in this fantasy world, but I think it is a theme that also relates to reality. I will give it my all to relay what this series is trying to express, so please watch over me.
Liza (VA: Yoko Hikasa)
Comment from Yoko Hikasa
This series is set in a beautiful yet sad world. I am happy that I get to be involved as Liza. From all the characters, Liza provides the best gags so I will work hard to put brightness and gentleness and support for Hank and Schaal into my performance.
To the Abandoned Sacred Beasts
2019 | Anime Info
Original Work: Maybe
Director: Jun Shishido
Series Composition: Shigeru Murakoshi
Character Design, Chief Animation Director: Daisuke Niinuma
Incarnates Design Supervision: Takayuki Sano
Color Setting: Chikako Kamada
Art Director: Hirofumi Morikawa
Animation Production: MAPPA
Hank: Katsuyuki Konishi
Schaal: Ai Kakuma
Cain: Yuichi Nakamura
Elaine: Mamiko Noto
Claude: Kaito Ishikawa
Liza: Yoko Hikasa