Netflix has finally decided to give Dota: Dragon’s Blood a trailer worthy of its name. Seriously, it puts the dark in “dark fantasy”. Mostly due to blood. Lots of it.

At least a bucket’s worth of blood here.

Netflix‘s trailer for Dota: Dragon’s Blood shows off what looks like a very promising dark fantasy story, scheduled to released on March 25, 2021. Complete with mages, booze, a probably evil moon goddess, a bottle of booze, and of course, dragons. Because what show called Dragon’s Blood would be complete without the eponymous creatures? The official synopsis expands on this further with:

The upcoming fantasy series tells the story of Davion, a renowned Dragon Knight devoted to wiping the scourge from the face of the world. Following encounters with a powerful, ancient eldwurm as well as the noble Princess Mirana on a secret mission of her own, Davion becomes embroiled in events much larger than he could have ever imagined. The series is based on the hugely successful global video-game franchise DOTA 2 by Valve.

Dota: Dragon’s Blood: Cool Extras

In addition to that action-packed and bloody trailer, Netflix is also releasing some character art for Dota: Dragon’s Blood. You know, to hype things up some more. First, we have one of our main characters: the lovely Princess Mirana:

Princess Mirana in Dota: Dragon's Blood.
Firing bows while riding a fluffy pupper. Totally legit.

Next, we have the dashing yet scruffy Davion: Dragon Knight extraordinaire. Also, our other main character in Dota: Dragon’s Blood:

Davion from Dota: Dragon's Blood.
Equipped with fireproof gear to boot. Fitting for a dragon hunter.

Then we have Luna. No idea who she in Dota: Dragon’s Blood. All we can tell is that she’s a silver-haired female knight with a double-bladed sword-thing, and that’s about it:

Luna, also from Dota: Dragon's Blood.
Darth Maul is calling. I think he wants to sue you for copyright.

Lastly, we have ourselves a random Invoker from Dota: Dragon’s Blood. No name given. Just a random sorcerer apparently, unless Invoker is his actual name. In which case, I’m not sure whether to compliment him or pity him for his Awesome McCoolname:

Invoker, probably from Dota: Dragon's Blood.
Good evening, Mr. Invoker. I see you’re particularly luminous this night.


Netflix just released a new trailer for Dota: Dragon’s Blood, in addition to some new character art. Do you have a thing for dark, bloody fantasy? Or do you just like cool dragons? Either way, if you’re interested, hop on over to Netflix on March 25, 2021 to catch this anime-esque show.

Source: Netflix