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Tower of God Episode Guide – Crow’s World of Anime


Episode 1: BALL

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In Tower of God episode 1, “BALL,” Bam was in a panic. Rachel, for reasons not yet disclosed, was running away from him. Even though he caught up with her and begged her not to go, she was still determined to climb the tower and see the stars. She began to glow, then disappear. He was alone in the dark cave. He pounded the stone floor in anguish until a voice told him that his answers could be found on top of the tower. A giant ethereal hand grabbed him. The next thing he knew, he was in a strange room facing an unknown bipedal creature who introduced himself as Headon. What is this tower that Rachel wants to climb? Who is Headon, and what’s the massive staff he carries? Who’s the acrobatic Princess and her somewhat obedient Navigator who suddenly show up out of nowhere — and why are they so angry with Bam? What the heck is this place?

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Episode 2: 3/400 (Three Four-Hundredths)

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In Tower of God episode 2, “3/400 (Three Four-Hundredths),” Bam found himself facing off the enormous and obviously powerful Rak Wraithraiser. At the same time, another tall and silent creature glowered menacingly at Bam with its dozen or so eyes, which surrounded the top of its head. Into this stand-off waltzed the light-blue haired Aguero Agnis Khun. Aquero seemed utterly unconcerned with the carnage raging all around, and he carried, of all things, a battered briefcase. Though Bam still held Black March, the sword that Princess Ha Yuri Jahad had loaned him — and it was undeniably a powerful, powerful weapon — he obviously had no idea what to do with it. How will Bam get out of this mess? Or will his role in the story come to an abrupt end? And most pressing of all: who the heck is track suit guy?

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Episode 3: The Correct Door

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In Tower of God episode 3, “The Correct Door,” Aguero Agnis Khun briefly lost himself in memories of a tragic (for him!) event within his family. The sound of death screams brought him back to his present where he, Bam, and Rak Wraithraiser were waiting for their next test. They had been watching as a hostess let teams one by one enter a long dark passage. The team would either pass the test, or they’d die screaming. As Bam waited, a stranger tried to give him a clue. Bam gratefully and enthusiastically accepted, but Aquero was dismissive, saying he couldn’t rely on what anyone else told him. Their turn came, and they learned the test appeared to be intellectual — but with almost no clues! Can they figure out the answer in time? More importantly, can they figure it out before Rak looses patience and starts tearing things apart?

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Episode 4: The Green April

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In Tower of God episode 4, “The Green April,” the Crown Game continued, with Anaak Jahad lounging on the throne while her teammates, Hatz and Shibisu, engaged the other teams. BamAguero Agnis Khun, and Rak Wraithraiser took the opportunity to watch, and they were soon glad they did. One attack in particular got Anaak all fired up, and the destruction she wrought was terrifying. Until she sensed Bam’s sword, Black Mark. Then everything changed. Why was Anaak so curious about Bam and his sword? What is she willing to do to satisfy that curiosity? And how many episodes will it be before we see Yuri Jahad again?

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Episode 5: The Crown’s Fate

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In Tower of God episode 5, “The Crown’s Fate,” Aguero Agnis Khun nonchalantly handed the crown to Bam before tying his hair in a pony-tail and lounging on the throne himself — using Bam as a pillow. Rak Wraithraiser was almost as surprised as Bam. Why is Aquero so confident, despite the obvious strength and speed of some of their foes? Will Rak get to hunt any prey before the games ends? Was that really Rachel on the team that still hasn’t entered a round? And really, Aquero — a pony tail?

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Episode 6: Position Selection

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In Tower of God episode 6, “Position Selection,” Rachel approached Aguero Agnis Khun with a request: when and if Bam regained consciousness, tell him that she wasn’t who he had thought she was. Khun doubted her motives but considered her request. Meanwhile, Bam was still unconscious from the blow to the head in in the previous episode. If he does not regain consciousness very, very soon, he will be disqualified. That leaves Khun and Rak Wraithraiser in a difficult position. Should they abandon Bam now on their own terms? Or wait to see if he is disqualified? And if he is, what happens to his quest to be reunited with Rachel?

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Episode 7: Lunch and Tag

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In Tower of God episode 7, “Lunch and Tag,” Endorsi and Anaak cut loose against each other — with near-fatal results. Training for the others continues, with Bam making remarkable progress — much to the anger of Hoh, who we learn has a dark past. But this is the world of the Tower of God, so we expect that, don’t we? As the training comes to an end, the proctors come up with the next test: a game of tag. Bam and Aguero Agnis Khun end up on opposing sides. The scoring system for the game might well disqualify one or the other team . If that happens, how will Bam continue his journey with Khun? Or will it come to an end in this game?

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Episode 8: Khun’s Strategy

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In Tower of God episode 8, “Khun’s Strategy,” Aguero Agnis Khun came up with a desperate plan for his team, Team A, to win their game against Quant Blitz, a Ranker. But even with the resources of an entire team at his disposal, even with the power of Anaak, a Princess of Jahad, supporting him, does he really stand a chance against a Ranker? Meanwhile, Bam and Endorsi watched the contest. Endorsi was a little miffed that Bam talked about Rachel when he had a Princess sitting right beside him. His teammates on Team B were also less than enthused about his vocal support for Khun. Will Bam be able to watch a victorious Khun? What will Bam do when he gets his chance in the area? And just how many candy bars can Rak Wraithraiser eat?

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Episode 9: The One-Horned Ogre

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In Tower of God episode 9, “The One-Horned Ogre,” we learned that Endorsi didn’t betray the other Fishermen on her team (at the end of the previous episode) on a whim. It was the result of a brutal, necessary decision — given who she is. Of course, Bam objected, earning a stern yet strangely respectful lecture from Endorsi. Meanwhile, Hoh acted on the letter he had received earlier by taking Rachel hostage. Quant Blitz was not amused. What’s Hoh’s game? Why is he so willing not only to anger Quant — a Ranker! — but Bam as well? And if his plan doesn’t work, what’s his escape route? A Ranker as an enemy doesn’t leave him with many options…

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Episode 10: Beyond the Sadness

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In Tower of God episode 10, “Beyond the Sadness,” Rak Wraithraiser almost walks over top of Han Sung Yu. Unfortunately for Rak, he elected not to apologize and learned a valuable lesson about how to talk to a Ranker and a Test Director. Meanwhile, Rachel’s injury was significantly worse than it had appeared, to the point where Aguero Agnes Khun and Rak assume that Bam will drop out of the race to the top of the Tower. Are they right? Will he withdraw? Or will he surprise both of them?

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Episode 11: Underwater Hunt (Part One)

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In Tower of God episode 11, “Underwater Hunt (Part One),” Han Sung Yu explains the rules for the special Administrator’s test that Bam accepted so he could help the wheel-chair bound Rachel. The rules are simple — Bam and Rachel, encapsulated in a ball of Shinsu. If the cute dolphin-like creatures capture them and they’re eaten by the dolphin queen, they win. But if the gigantic ground worms and their goblin guardians catch them, or if the pigs eat them, then they lose. Oh, and there’s a monster bull running around that even Rankers fear. Sounds easy, right? But the game has hidden players with dark motives. Sunwoo Nare’s off-hand observation triggers a dreadful recognition in Aguero Agnes Khun, but can even he react in time? Especially with Rak Wraithraiser (his size restored!) itching to launch an attack despite Khun ordering him not to?

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Tower of God Episode 11 Yuri is Back

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Episode 12: Underwater Hunt (Part Two)

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In Tower of God episode 12, “Underwater Hunt (Part Two),” Bam and Rachel continued their peaceful ascent in their bubble of Shinsu. For the rest of Team Bam, however, things are considerably less peaceful. Ren Lo Po Bia continued his assault on Endorsi and and Anaak, going so far as to seize control of Endorsi’s body to force her to kill Anaak. Can either Princess, as wounded as they are, effectively fight back? Speaking of fighting back, Rak Wraithraiser gets annoyed with running away and turned to face the hoard of goblin attackers cashing him. With a screaming Paracule tucked under one arm, Rak actually ran toward his attackers. Is he planning on using Paracule as a club? Last but by no means least, Princess Yuri arrived, and she seemed more a little angry. Who’s the object of her anger? And can the test itself withstand her wrath?

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Tower of God Episode 12: Rak carries Paracule to "safety."

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Episode 13: Tower of God

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In Tower of God episode 13, “Tower of God,” we get a different view of Bam’s journey, from the perspective of Rachel, his betrayer. What about Bam drove her decision to push him off the platform? What about her made Headon say to her that the “ugliness seeping out from inside you makes me cringe?” Or take notice of her “bottomless stupidity?” Here’s a hint: It’s what Endorsi glimpsed indistinctly when she said “I hope whatever you’re seeking at the top of the tower is worth more than him.” It’s what made Rachel betray Bam even though he was the only one who had ever made her feel special. And it’s something that’s among the ugliest of human traits. Can she live with her decision? Will Bam’s friends let her?

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Tower of God Episode 13: Hwaryun feeling relieved that Bam will train with her.

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