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Mikaela attempts to escape, taking Yūichirō with him. However, seeing his friends at the mercy of the vampires, Yūichirō goes out of control when a dreadful power emerges from him, threatening allies and foes alike. Shinoa manages to stop him but he falls unconscious.
The episode was rated 8.26 from 112 votes.
Yūichirō and Shinoa get separated from the others and after taking a wounded soldier to be treated, they regroup to assist Guren's party. In the occasion, Yūichirō and Mikaela finally meet again.
The episode was rated 8.20 from 109 votes.
Yu and Mika are finally reunited, but the injuries Mika had sustained from fighting the Demon Company threatens his life. Determined to keep Mika alive, Yu tries to persuade Mika into drinking his blood... Even if it means Mika will become a true vampire.
The episode was rated 8.17 from 75 votes.
The Shinoa squad re-learns the hard cold fact that it's very possible to lose comrades, but there's no time to mourn. They must move on to go rescue the hostages. Right after their departure, Mika and the other vampires arrive to Nagoya as well.
The episode was rated 8.07 from 70 votes.
Thanks to his "experimentation," Yu makes a miraculous recovery and once again, goes back to save Guren. Pushing too hard, Yu nearly becomes a demon, but Kimizuki stops him by force. The squad carries Yu out and heads for safety, but then encounters Mika.
The episode was rated 8.02 from 65 votes.
Guren, Shinoa, and Narumi squads arrive at the city hall and see the hostages. Knowing it's a set-up, they still decide to go save the hostages, but Guren and Shinya are way over their heads with Crowley, as they struggle just to run away from him.
The episode was rated 7.97 from 68 votes.
The Shinoa squad and Narumi squad join forces to carry out their mission - to kill the Fifteenth Progenitor, Lucal Wesker. While they succeed in their mission without losing anybody, others were not so lucky. Nine teams fail and were taken as hostages...
The episode was rated 7.95 from 77 votes.
Shinoa's squad goes to save Guren, but unfortunately, they run out of time. Reluctantly, they leave him behind and retreat, but Yu just cannot bring himself to do that. Instead, he takes more of the Curse Stimulant Pills to go save Guren himself.
The episode was rated 7.92 from 61 votes.
After successfully clearing a vampire nest and rescuing the humans held captive, Yūichirō's party sets for the human base in Shinjuku, unaware that the vampires are attacking there. Upon arriving, they come across one of the vampire nobles, and find themselves at mercy of his overwhelming power.
The episode was rated 7.92 from 108 votes.
The survivors of the Moon Demon Company get to the rendezvous point, only to find out that their orders are to "standby." Enraged, they decide to ignore the orders to save Guren, when Kureto appears. Apparently, Kureto has something else on the agenda.
The episode was rated 7.87 from 75 votes.
Yoichi eliminates five horsemen with one attack, and Yu begins the next step of his training. Yu battles against Asuramaru in his mind and defeats Asuramaru by asking to become friends. At the Progenitor Council meeting, Ferid discusses the battle at Shinjuku and has Mika present a video showing Yu's transformation. Krul strikes at Ferid and intentionally misses. Ferid explains that she cannot kill him. Kimizuki struggles in battle against Kiseki-o and faces memories where he was told to kill his sister. He breaks free and is victorious by remembering Yu's feelings for Mika, who are family even though they are not related by blood. Kimizuki and Yu show off their new techniques, and Shinoa and Mitsuba learn the files on the three boys have been erased.
The episode was rated 7.86 from 69 votes.
Yūichirō learns that one of his schoolmates was possessed by a demon and decides to confront him not only in order to save him but to make a contract with the demon and obtain his power. However, he soon learns that subduing the demon will not be such an easy feat.
The episode was rated 7.83 from 117 votes.
Yūichirō and his friends introduced to a new member, Mitsuba Sangū, and are then dispatched for his first mission as part of the Moon Demon Company, but when they spot a little girl in distress, Yūichirō ignores orders and rushes to rescue her, despite being warned that he is just being lured into a trap.
The episode was rated 7.82 from 106 votes.
After passing the final test, Yūichirō and his classmate Shihō Kimizuki obtain their own Demon Weapons, but when Yūichirō's friend Yoichi Saotome ends up possessed by his weapon, the duo must find a way to bring him back to his senses without killing him.
The episode was rated 7.81 from 107 votes.
Yūichirō and his companions arrive at Shinjuku to help repel the vampire offensive, while Guren's party spots Mikaela and Ferid, and decides to face them.
The episode was rated 7.80 from 106 votes.
Last updated: jan 16, 2023
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