Planet With Episode Guide


Episode 1: Light, Seven Flashes

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Episode 2: Nebula Soldiers

Planet With Episodes 1 and 2 Review: A Cat Sensei and an Amnesiac Hero

In Planet With episode 1 (Light, Seven Flashes) and episode 2 (Nebula Soldiers), Souya Kuroi has a terrifying dream in which he watches his friends fly off in strange flying armor to engage what appears to be an unbeatable foe. When he wakes up, his circumstance is much less dire, though no less strange. He finds he's living with Ginko Kuroi, a green-haired maid, and (even more unusual) a bipedal cat named Sensei that's as tall as he is! To make matters even more unsettling, some strange -- and I mean very strange -- flying ships begin appearing all over the world. What's Souya's relationship to Sensei and the flying ships? Why does he have a maid? And what's with the seven heroes who all have mech gear?

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What's our hero's past? Who can he trust? And most importantly, where he ever get to eat meat again? Capture from the Crunchyroll stream.


Episode 3: Avenger 1

Planet With Episode 3 Review: Are You Sirius and the Allure of Friendship

In Planet With episode 3, "Avenger 1," Souya Kuroi narrowly escapes with Sensei and Ginko Kuroi after Takashi Ryuuzouji himself, the leader of the Grand Paladin, nearly destroyed all three of them. Later, in a dream, he sees the leaders of the two Nebula factions arguing, and a suspicious character seems to be a confidant of the Sealing Faction's leader -- and that doesn't bode well for our heroes! At Ginko's urging, Souya goes back to school and becomes an unwilling member of the Occult Club, but he is surprised to find that he's beginning to make friends. Then another Nebula weapon attacks and threatens the peace he's begun to hope for!

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If Takashi continues using the dragon's power, will he trigger the same destruction that befell the Sirius system? Capture from the Crunchyroll stream.


Episode 4: Avenger 2

Planet With Episode 4 Review: Strange Bedfellows and the Cat’s Out of the Bag

In Planet With episode 4, "Avenger 2," Harumi Kumashiro, desparate to both avenge her friend Miu Inaba and to look good in front of her, pushes her dragon vial power too far. The consequences are dire not only for her targets Souya Kuroi and Sensei, but for the Grand Paladin who were nearby! Can any of them survive the night with Harumi in her current state? And if even if they do, what does the secrets she has revealed mean for Grand Paladin -- and the world?

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Harumi cared so much for Miu that she threw herself utterly into the battle -- and lost herself to the dragon's power. Capture from the Crunchyroll stream.


Episode 5: Paladin Break 1

Planet With Episode 5 Review: Claws vs Sword and the Secretary’s Rental Has Expired

In Planet With episode 5, "Paladin Break 1," the old man Takezou Ryuuzouji shares the shocking origin story of Takashi Ryuuzouji with an incredulous Yousuke Hitsujitani -- or does he? Souya Kuroi tells his friend Nozomi Takamagahara that he's an alien from Sirius, and she believes him. Or does she? The Nebula Sealing Faction kicks their assault up a notch with a one-two punch that forces Souya and Sensei to get involved. But that angers Takezou, who's way more dangerous than he let on. At the same time, the Sealing Faction's leader launches his own attack on Takashi -- with a surprise pilot! Will either Ryuuzouji or Souya survive these fights? Or will the Sealing Faction's Plan succeed -- meaning that human progress slams to a halt? Forever? 

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Takezou showed that he was not nearly as weak as he pretended to me. Must be all of the meat he consumes! Capture from the Crunchyroll stream.


Episode 6: Paladin Break 2

Planet With Episode 6 Review: Origin of the Dragon and As Useful as This Clog

In Planet With episode 6, "Paladin Break 2," Souya Kuroi and Sensei finish their fight against the old man Takezou Ryuuzouji, who gracefully surrenders his dragon vial after his defeat. He also asks Souya to relay a message to his son. Meanwhile, his son Takashi Ryuuzouji continues to battle Kogane Shiraishi and the Generalissimo. The latter decides to punt the problem back to Sensei. That tactic puts Souya, Sensei, and Ginko Kuroi decidedly in harm's way -- along with the rest of the city. And the residents, including Nozomi Takamagahara, can only watch in terrified awe as the battle rages above them.

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So Sensei has to swallow Souya for him to board, but Ginko gets to just jump in gracefully? How is that fair to Souya? Capture from the Crunchyroll stream.


Episode 7: Sirius

Planet With Episode 7 Review: The Princess of Riel and a Brotherly Gesture

In Planet With episode 7, "Sirius," while recovering from the previous battle, Souya Kuroi dreams of the fall of Sirius and the role that Sensei played -- along with a surprise guest! A new character breezes into Souya's school -- or is she really new? She looks familiar... Nozomi Takamagahara shows some surprising skills that she's not even aware she has. She's also keen to learn more about Souya, who's obviously burned out from fighting. Will meeting his "brother" on the way home from school give Souya the peace he longs for? Or has all of this only been the beginning?

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From the moment we meet Princess Ginko of Riel, we see that she's responsible enough to stand up for her people -- in spite of potentially lethal consequences. Notice that the cat paw design is missing from her skirt? Capture from the Crunchyroll stream.


Episode 8: Power is What Dwells Within Your Own Self

Planet With Episode 8 Review: Illusionary Breasts and the Peril from the Dark Side of the Moon

In Planet With episode 8, "Power is What Dwells Within Your Own Self,Nozomi Takamagahara skips a club meeting to go on a date-ish event with Souya Kuroi. Unfortunately for them, Kogane Shiraishi isn't keen on letting them enjoy themselves and tries to hypnotize Souya. You'll never guess how he broke her power over him! Benika Takatori takes a bath with the Generalissimo and Yousuke Hitsujitani with a Sealing Device as the stakes. Will the Generalissimo trust Benika with such a device? Finally, the People of Paradise finally make their request of Souya. It is absolutely not something he wanted to hear.

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Nozomi's plan all along was to say thank you to Souya by showing him the highlights of the town he helped save. He didn't know how to react! Capture from the Crunchyroll stream.


Episode 9: Messenger of Awakening

Planet With Episode 9 Review: A Silent Embrace and The People Who Tried to Protect Me

In Planet With episode 9, "Messenger of Awakening,"we learn that in the last episode, Benika Takatori was exposed to the sealing field and is now sealed. Yousuke Hitsujitani, distraught at her condition, takes command of the last Sealing Device, which feeds off his despair until it encircles the planet. When even Ginko and Sensei fall to the sealing field, what can Souya Kuroi do to save Earth? Or will he choose to do nothing at all?

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Yousuke's despair drove him to seal the world. Now, his only thought was to join Benika in the happy and forgetful dreams of the Sealing Faction. Capture from the Crunchyroll stream.


Episode 10: Karellen and Rashaverak

Planet With Episode 10 Review: A Paw to Paw Brawl and Your Kind Feelings Are Enough

In Planet With episode 10, "Karellen and Rashaverak," Souya Kuroi and Sensei challenge Kogane Shiraishi and the Generalissimo to a fight to determine which Nebula faction decides Earth's fate: Pacifist or Sealing. Is violence the answer? Or is it a means to communicate? The battle's so intense that even with their photon armor, Hideo ToraiBenika Takatori, and the other previous members of Grand Paladin can only stand by and watch. Is there truly nothing they can do? Was Takezou Ryuuzouji still too broken hearted from his son's death to even watch the battle? And with the two Nebula factions so closely matched in technology, what will it take to decide the outcome of battle?

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Ginko once again showed the depth of her wisdom when she thanked Generalissimo for his kind thoughts -- and asked that he continue to watch over the Earth. Capture from the Crunchyroll stream.


Episode 11: Azrabarakura

Planet With Episode 11 Review: The Power of Mercy and Two Younger Brothers

In Planet With episode 11, "Azrabarakura," we join our heroes five year into the future. The dragon is about to awaken on the far side of our moon. SenseiGeneralissimo, and the other Nebula leaders have tried to come up with a plan to defeat it, with the responsible for the physical fighting falling on the previous members of Grand Paladin -- as well as Souya Kuroi and Kogane Shiraishi. Augmented with Earth's telepaths like Nozomi Takamagahara, they launch their attack as the dragon wakes up. Can they achieve something that the entire might of Nebula failed to do in the past? Just what is the dragon, anyway, and why are the People of Paradise so insistent on helping Souya?

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Maybe sometimes, before mercy can be granted or accepted, you need to change the conditions -- maybe even with force. Capture from the Crunchyroll stream.


Episode 12: Behold, The Universe is Filled with Blessings

Planet With Episode 12 Review: That’s Hitting Below the Belt and a Matter of Perspective

In Planet With episode 12, "Behold, The Universe is Filled with Blessings,Souya KuroiSenseiGinkoNozomi Takamagahara, and the assembled Earth/Nebula defenders execute their desparate plan to defeat the dragon. But in war, no plan survives contact with the enemy. Can our heroes stand against such a powerful foe -- a foe that won't even acknowledge its own nature? And what if the dragon has more weapons in his arsenal than they accounted for?

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They kinda make me feel like they're judging me for making such a sweeping generalization! Capture from the Crunchyroll stream.

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