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Fire Force Season 1 Cour 2 Episode Guide


Episode 13: The Trap is Set

Review: Fire Force Episode 13: The Good Idiot And Infernals, Infernals Everywhere

In Fire Force episode 13, “The Trap is Set,” Benimaru Shinmon leaves the members of the 8th Special Fire Company to investigate their claims. Sagamiya Konro, injured from breaking up the right between them, stays with them to give them a quick history lesson. Meanwhile, Benimaru arrives in the town center and finds everyone accusing everyone else of foul play. Quickly realizing this is exactly what the 8th Company warned him about, he tries to decide what to do — just as multiple Infernals appears across the city. With everyone at each other’s throats, will Benimaru and the 8th be able to protect the citizens? Will the Fire Companies be able to uncover who’s behind the attack? And what’s going on with the twins all of a sudden?

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Episode 14: For Whom the Flame Burns

Review: Fire Force Episode 14: Benimaru On High And Shinra Fast On His Feet

In Fire Force episode 14, “For Whom the Flames Burn,” Akitaru Oubi and the other members of the 8th Special Fire Company can do nothing as the citizens of Asakusa fall farther and farther into panic. Sagamiya Konro knows there’s only one answer: Benimaru Shinmon must step up and address the people! But he’s reluctant to take on that role. Can Konro convince him in time? Meanwhile, the white-robbed figure, companion of Arrow, ate a fire bug at the end of the previous episode. Now, he became not only an Infernal, but one of the huge, hulking, horned-demon Infernals. Can Arthur and Shinra stop the ferocious monster? Is there anyone who can send them any help? And will Maki Oze and Tamaki Kotatsu ever find Hikage?

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Episode 15: The Blacksmith’s Dream

Review: Fire Force Episode 15: Hibana Smells A Rat And A Dream Denied

In Fire Force episode 15, “The Blacksmith’s Dream,” Akitaru Oubi and Hibana are both suspicious and annoyed that the imperium sent Viktor Licht to head up the 8th Company’s science team. As Takehisa Hinawa pointed out, Viktor didn’t even know how to salute right! Is he really there to help? Or is he a spy for Haijima Industries? They still have a vacancy for engineer, so Akitaru sends ShinraArthur , and Iris to recruit a legendary engineer named Vulcan. Despite being heavily recruited not only by other Fire Force companies but by Haijima itself, he has refused to leave his workshop. Why? What does he have against Fire Force? Will he even let Shinra, Arthur, and Iris in the door?

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Episode 16: We Are Family

Review Of Fire Force Episode 16: An Unhelping Hand And That’s Not A Horse

In Fire Force episode 16, “We are Family,” Shinra confided in Arthur and Iris: he had a premonition that Giovanni was going to try to kill Vulcan. He told Iris and Arthur to warn Vulcan while he tried to follow Giovanni. If Giovanni really planned to kill Vulcan, and if he’s as powerful as everyone thinks he is, is it wise for Shinra to follow him — alone? Will Vulcan listen to Arthur and Iris, or will he think it’s a trick to convince him to join Special Fire Force Company 8? And just how serious is Giovanni about killing Vulcan?

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Episode 17: Black and White and Gray

Review Of Fire Force Episode 17: Hibana On A Rampage And An Unhappy Family Reunion

In Fire Force episode 17, “Black and White and Gray,” Hibana had placed a tracking device on Iris, and as soon as she heard Shinra was in trouble, she came to rescue him. But will she rescue the other “gravel?” Or just take Shinra home? Meanwhile, Giovanni accidentally found the key and was about to kill Vulcan, Iris, and Yu when the fast-thinking Vulcan, still unable to move, told Iris to do something she has a lot of skill doing: Pushing random buttons. Waves of mechanical animals flew out of the walls, but will it be enough to save them? And what will Giovanni do with the key to the empire’s power source if he escapes?

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Episode 18: The Secrets of Pyrokinesis

Review Of Fire Force Episode 18: That’s Not Really A Throne And The Waka Way

In Fire Force episode 18, “The Secrets of Pyrokinesis,” Hibana and Karim Flam visit the 8th Special Fire Force Company’s headquarters to meet with Akitaru Oubi. The planned to compare notes and come up with a plan. Can Hibana turn off Princess mode long enough to cooperate? Or will she really make Karim sit on the floor? Meanwhile, Akitaru and, unbeknownst to him, Joker, have decided that Shinra needs to have better control over his powerful flames. Arthur over his sword, too. So, they went to an expert: Benimaru Shinmon. He proved to be a powerful teacher — maybe too powerful? Can Shinra and Arthur survive his training? Can they survive their own rivalry? And just what does Benimaru think of Shinra’s brother, Sho?

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Episode 19: Into the Nether

Review Of Fire Force Episode 19: The Dark Underground And Two Very Different Fighting Styles

In Fire Force episode 19, “Into the Nether,” Victor Licht analyzed the remains of Vulcan’s home and figured out where the Evangelist’s troops came from: the Nether. So, Akitaru Oubi petitioned the church for permission and ordered the 8th Special Fire Force Company to descend into that dark place. Shinra remembered his mother using the Nether as a scare tactic for his child self; Arthur just wanted to see what’s down there; and the rest of the crew ranged from stoic to terrified. What they don’t know is that Sho was aware they’re coming and prepared a “reception.” Can our heroes conquer their own fears — as well as counter whatever attack Sho’s troops level at them? Surely they’ll be okay if they stick together, right?

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Episode 20: Wearing His Pride

Review Of Fire Force Episode 20: The Tank Battle And The Samurai-Knight

In Fire Force episode 20, “Wearing His Pride,” Shinra came upon an Ashen Knight who has taken Victor Licht hostage. If Shinra didn’t surrender, the knight said he’ll slit Victor’s throat. So why is Victor talking about “Rapid?” Meanwhile, Takehisa Hinawa found himself pitted against Arrow, while Yona and Mirage watched. Takehisa and Arrow both used distance weapons. Both hammered the other mercilessly. Who will give out first? And when will Yona and Mirage join in? Finally, Vulcan and Akitaru Oubi come upon two opponents they were probably least prepared to face: Lisa and Giovanni. As Vulcan tried to woo Lisa to his side, Giovanni dropped an emotional bomb: He had been the one to train Lisa for her mission to infiltrate Vulcan’s home. With Giovanni reasserting his terrifying power over Lisa, she had little choice but to obey. Is there anything Vulcan or Akitaru can do? And where the heck is Arthur?

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Episode 21: Those Connected

Review Of Fire Force Episode 21: The Hidden Vest And A Personal Universe

In Fire Force episode 21, “Those Connected,” Vulcan and Akitaru Oubi faced off against Giovanni and Lisa. With her magnetic-seeking tentacles of flame, she threatened to incinerate the two members of Company 8. Can Vulcan’s heart-felt words reach her? If they can’t, can his technological weapons? Meanwhile, Shinra discovered a path to Sho — or, what he shown a path? Secretly, Victor Licht followed Shinra, and what he learned from Sho terrified him — enough for him to loudly urge Shinra to flee for his life. Is what Licht learned even possible? And if it’s true, what chance does Shinra — or any of them — ultimately have?

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Episode 22: A Brother’s Determination

Review Of Fire Force Episode 22: Practice Makes Perfect And Memories Of Childhood

In Fire Force episode 22, “A Brother’s Determination,” Shinra continued to battle against Sho as Victor Licht watched in alternating terror and fascination. As the fight wore on, Licht made a startling observation about the nature of Sho’s powers — and it’s not good news for Shinra. Shinra, meanwhile, tried everything he could do learn more about not only Sho’s powers, but his own. He actually managed to add to his bag of tricks. But his strength was waning, and Sho looked as fresh as ever. Will Shinra be able to learn anything new and useful to use against Sho, who can selectively stop time? Or will Sho claim Shinra as an offering for the Evangelist?

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Episode 23: Smile

Review Of Fire Force Episode 23: An Ill-Advised Hug And A Truth Withheld

In Fire Force episode 23, “Smile,” Shinra saw a gap in Sho’s emotional defenses, and he tried to leverage it. Victor Licht repeated his warning about the dangers of Shinra using his newly-discovered skills when he was so close to exhaustion. Meanwhile, Haumea and Yona arrived and threatened to disrupt everything Shinra had worked so hard to obtain. Can he sway Sho before Haumea and Yona can stop him? And even if he can, what more can he do in his exhausted state?

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Episode 24: The Burning Past

Review Of Fire Force Episode 24: Proving His Mettle And The Truth In Flames

In Fire Force episode 24, “The Burning Past,” Shinra rode home from the hospital with Vulcan. He’s very distant, and Vulcan warned him to perk up so he doesn’t upset Iris and Maki. After all, they had been very worried about him. That was going to be difficult based on what happened when he confronted Captain Burns about the truth of the fire 12 years ago. Did Shinra fail to convince Burns that he was ready for the truth? Or was he successful — and the truth was so very difficult to accept?

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