DOTA: Dragon’s Blood is R-rated, unsuitable for children under the age of 17 and it has 24 episodes

DOTA: Dragon’s Blood animatic editor Robert Meyer Burnett revealed details on the project he has been working on for the past year and a half.

In his own YouTube show ROBSERVATIONS, from last week, Robert Meyer Burnett let his fans know that he is currently working on the 24th episode of DOTA: Dragon’s Blood. The first season of the show which is announced to premiere on Netflix on March 25, will feature eight episodes and although neither Netflix nor Valve disclosed anything about multiple series, Robert Meyer Burnett’s words indicate that the story of Davion, the Dragon Knight will be told across three series of eight episodes each.

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According to the animatic editor, the show is R-rated, meaning that it contains material which may be unsuitable for children under the age of 17 under the Motion Picture Association of America recommendations. The MPAA ratings, however, apply only for the US.

Valve announced yesterday that the show will be voiced in 12 languages and will be released with subtitles available in 30 languages.

DOTA: Dragon’s Blood is produced by Ashley Miller, who is best known for his work on Thor and X-Men: First Class and is being animated by the South Korean animation studio Studio MIR that worked for The Legend of Korra, Young Justice: Outsiders, and the Netflix original, Voltron: Legendary Defender.

So far, Netflix released just the trailer teaser for DOTA: Dragon’s Blood. The trailer will go live next week on the 2nd of March. 

In the meantime, for the next episode of his ROBSERVATIONS, Robert Meyer Burnett will have the DOTA: Dragon’s Blood producer Ashley Miller along with Davion voice actor Yuri Lowenthal as guests.

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