Made in Abyss Episode Guide

Made in Abyss Episode Guide

Episode 1: The City of the Great Pit

Made in Abyss Episode 1: A Breathtaking World and a Girl with Drive



Episode 2: Resurrection Festival

Made in Abyss Episode 2: Hiding in Plain Sight and a Mother’s Choice

Episode 3: Departure

Made in Abyss Episode 3: Preparing to Take the Plunge

Episode 4: The Edge of the Abyss

Made in Abyss Episode 4: The Tricky Leader and the Looming Black Whistle

Episode 5: Incinerator

Made in Abyss Episode 5: The Purifying Flame and an Ominous Glint

Episode 6: Seeker Camp

Made in Abyss Episode 6: Lyza’s Fate and Riko’s Resolve

Episode 7: The Unmovable Sovereign

Made in Abyss Episode 7: A Failure of Restraint and Alone in the Dark

Episode 8: Survival Training

Made in Abyss episode 8: Memory Lane and a Signature Mining Tool

Quick Summary: In Made in Abyss episode 8, “Survival Training,” Riko and Regu attack their survival training with enthusiasm — almost as much enthusiasm as the creature that tries to eat them! “The Unmovable Sovereign” Ouzen reflects on her time with Lyza, especially the tragedy of Riko’s stillbirth and the real reason Lyza left Riko in Gilo’s care. Finally, as Riko and Regu prepare to continue their journey, Ouzen presents Riko with a powerful memento of her mother’s awe-inspiring nickname, the Annihilator.

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Episode 9: The Great Fault

Made in Abyss Episode 9: Ouzen’s Warning and Riko’s Stand

Quick Summary: In Made in Abyss episode 9, “The Great Fault,” Riko and Regu begin their descent and discover that even cute little furry animals can’t be trusted in the Abyss. They also learn that ancient ships embedded in walls are perfect spots for huge creatures — with matching appetites — to make a lair. Finally, Riko learns that there’s one creature that she just can’t stomach.

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Episode 10: Poison and the Curse

Made in Abyss Episode 10: The Piercing Spine and a Cutting Decision

Quick Summary: In Made in Abyss episode 10, “Poison and the Curse,” Riko’s enthusiasm to explore the fourth level makes Regu apprehensive; that feeling proves prophetic. After reaching the fourth layer, called the Goblet of Giants and part of “the depths,” an encounter leaves Regu with a heart-wrenching choice. Is he up to it? And the rabbit-earned Nanachi — is she there to help or complete the grim job that the orbed-piercer started?

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Episode 11: Nanachi

Made in Abyss Episode 11: Regu’s Chores and a Distorted Voice from the Past

Quick Summary: In Made in Abyss episode 11, “Nanachi,” Nanachi gives Regu a laundry list of ingredients that should save Riko’s life. Can he find them before the poison overcomes her? Is Nanachi really trying to save Riko, or does she have some ulterior motive? And poor Mitty — what was she trying to say to Riko?

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Episode 12: The True Nature of the Curse

Made in Abyss Episode 12: A Daring Rescue and a Terrible Request

Quick Summary: In Made in Abyss Episode 12, “The True Nature of the Curse,” Mitty tries to communicate with Riko — after having saved Riko from the orbed-piercer’s poison. Nanachi reveals the true nature of the Abyss to Regu and immediately puts that revelation to the test — against the orbed-piercer that’s attacking a Black Whistle! Having seen Regu’s combat capabilities, Nanachi congratulations him and immediately asks for a favor that shocks Regu to his core.

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Episode 13: The Challengers

Made in Abyss Episode 13: One Spirit Freed, Another Uncowed

Quick Summary: In Made in Abyss Episode 13, “The Challengers”, we witness the full horror of what Bondrewd did to Mitty and to Nanachi; it’s something they’ve had to live with to this day. Regu struggles mightily to answer Nanachi’s question from the last episode. His response nearly breaks his heart. When the moment comes, can Regu and Nanachi go through with their decision? Is it the right call? How will they ever know, especially after the finality of such an act?

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Post Author: tcrow

  • Sorry to post something off topic in this thread, I didn’t see where I could send you a message directly.

    Have you taken a look at Houseki no Kuni this season? It’s very good but I hardly see anyone talking about it. I’m sure some a turned off simply because it is mostly CG, but this is some of the best looking seasonal anime CGI I’ve seen. I binged the manga after episode 2, It’s an interesting but admittedly slow start however, it steadily becomes something very compelling. If you like character development this should be a good one.

    • Hi there!

      I came very close to reviewing Land of the Lustrous/Houseki no Kuni this season. I decided on The Ancient Magus’ Bride instead, not because I didn’t like Houseki no Kuni, but because the other show’s world seemed more wide and engrossing — but not by much!

      I agree with you — Houseki no Kuni’s beautiful! I enjoy good CGI — like BUBUKI/BURANKI or Arpeggio of Blue Steel. They’re putting it to good use here — not only with the gems, but with the Moon Dwellers and the battle scenes. Watching Cinnabar protect Pho was amazing!

      I’m really getting into the characters, too. Pho’s inability to engage, Cinnabar’s tragic situation, Diamond’s longing — all very cool stuff!

      No worries about posting your comment here. I’m glad you stopped by! I’m also on Twitter (@CrowsAnimeWorld), on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/crowsworldofanime), and on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/crowsanimeworld/).

      See you!