List of Ikki Tousen episodes
Ikki Tousen is an anime television series based on the manga by Yuji Shiozaki, published by Wani Books and serialized in the seinen manga magazine Comic GUM. The anime is produced by J.C. Staff, directed by Takashi Watanabe, series composition by Takao Yoshioka, music by Hiroshi Motokura and Project IKKI, characters by Shinya Hasegawa, and produced by Nobuhiro Osawa and Yuji Matsukura. The series revolves around an all-out turf war in the Kanto region of Japan where fighters from seven schools battle for supremacy, and the story centers on Hakufu Sonsaku, a fighter from the West who transfers to Nanyo Academy. The anime is loosely based on the Chinese novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms, and the characters in the series are based on the characters from the Three Kingdoms novel.
The series aired 13 episodes on AT-X from July 30 to October 22, 2003, with subsequent runs on TVK, Mie TV, Chiba TV, TV Saitama, and Sun Television. Seven DVD volumes were released by Media Factory between November 22, 2003 and May 25, 2004. A DVD box set was later released on January 25, 2008, and a Blu-ray box set will be released on April 27, 2011. The series was licensed in North America by Geneon Entertainment and Enoki Films, who released the series on four DVD volumes between August 10, 2004 and March 1, 2005. A box set was later released on July 19, 2005 by Geneon. The series is now licensed by Funimation Entertainment, and released a box set of the series on May 26, 2009. The series is also licensed in Australia and New Zealand by Madman Entertainment and in the United Kingdom by MVM Films.
A second season, called Ikki Tousen: Dragon Destiny (一騎当千 Dragon Destiny, Ikkitōsen Doragon Desutinī), aired 12 episodes on AT-X between February 26, 2007 and May 14, 2007, with subsequent broadcasts on Chiba TV, KBS Kyoto, TV Kanagawa, Tokyo MX, Sun Television, TV Aichi, and TV Saitama. The series introduces Seito Academy's leader Gentoku Ryubi as the protagonist and focuses on Kyosho Academy's recent takeover since the Totaku incident and the changes within its leader Motoku Sousou. It also introduces an anime original item called the Dragon Jade, which is a forbidden item that is said to change a fighter's fate. Produced by ARMS, the series is directed by Koichi Ohata, series composition by Takao Yoshioka, music by Yasuharu Takanashi, characters by Rin-Sin, and produced by Osamu Koshinaka, Shinsaku Tanaka, Takuro Hatakeyama, and Yoshikazu Beniya. Six DVD volumes were released by Media Factory between July 25, 2007 and November 22, 2007. The DVD volumes contain an original video animation called Dragon Destiny: Great Battle at the Red Cliffs Hot Springs (Dragon Destiny 赤壁温泉大決戦, Doragon Desutinī: Sekiheki Onsen Dai Kessen), featuring the female cast in a hot spring setting. A DVD box set was later released on December 22, 2009. The anime is licensed in North America by Media Blasters, who released the series on three DVD volumes between November 24, 2009 and April 20, 2010. A box set was later released on August 31, 2010. The anime is also licensed in Australia and New Zealand by Madman Entertainment, as with the first season.
A third season, Ikki Tousen: Great Guardians (一騎当千 Great Guardians, Ikkitōsen Gurēto Gādianzu), aired 12 episodes on AT-X between June 11 and August 27, 2008, with subsequent broadcasts on Chiba TV, TV Saitama, TV Aichi, TV Kanagawa, Sun Television, and Tokyo MX. Produced by ARMS, the series is directed by Koichi Ohata, series composition by Masanao Akahoshi, music by Yasuharu Takanashi, characters by Rin Shin, and produced by Hisato Usui, Nobusaku Tanaka, Osamu Ecchu, Takuro Hatakeyama, and Yasuhiro Mikami. The series features an all-new storyline featuring Chokyo, Hakufu's younger sister and the Japanese counterpart of Xiao Qiao, introducing another Genpou Saji as an antagonist, and the return of Hosen Ryofu, a character who previously died in the first series. Six DVD compilation volumes were released by Media Factory between September 25, 2008 and February 25, 2009, each volume containing an original video animation called Battle Tour Club: Sexy Cosplay♥Dangerous Jobs♥ (バトルツアークラブ･セクシーコスプレ♥危険なアルバイト♥). A DVD boxset was released on March 25, 2010. The series was licensed by Media Blasters, as with the second season, but it is now licensed by Funimation Entertainment after they withdrew the license.
A fourth season of the series, called Ikki Tousen: Xtreme Xecutor (一騎当千 XTREME XECUTOR, Ikkitōsen Ekustorīmu Eguzekutā), was announced. Produced by TNK and ARMS, the series is directed and written by Koichi Ohata, music by Yasuharu Takanashi, characters by Rin Shin and Junji Goto, and produced by Hiromasa Minami, Hisato Usui, Keisuke Kawai, Shinsaku Tanaka, and Takuro Hatakeyama. The series introduces two new schools, Nanban High School and Ryoshu Academy, the latter of which was the original school from the one-shot pilot chapter of the manga series, and introduces Kentei, the Japanese equivalent of Emperor Xian, as an antagonist. The series aired twelve episodes on AT-X between March 26 and June 11, 2010, with subsequent broadcasts on Chiba TV, TVK, TV Saitama, Tokyo MX, TV Aichi, and Sun Television. Six DVD and Blu-ray volumes were released by Media Factory between June 25 and November 25, 2010. The DVD/BDs contains an original video animation called Ikki Tousen: Xtreme Xecutor - A Dream's Six Views (一騎当千 XTREME XECUTOR 〜ユメ六景〜). Xtreme Xecutor is licensed in North America by Funimation Entertainment, as with the first and third seasons.
The opening theme for the first season is "Drivin' Through The Night" by M.o.v.e, and two ending themes, "Let me be with you" by Shela for episodes 1-7, and Fate by Masumi Asano (the original voice of Hakufu Sonsaku) for episodes 8-13. The opening theme for Dragon Destiny is "HEART&SOUL" by Mai Kariyuki while the ending theme is Garasu no Hana (硝子の花, "Glass Flower") by IORI. The opening theme for Great Guardians is "No x limit" by Ami, while the ending theme is "Kage: Shape of Shadow" (影～shape of shadow～) by Rio Asaba. The opening theme for Xtreme Xecutor is "Stargazer" by Yuka Masuda while the ending theme is "Endless Soul: Endless Warrior" (Endless Soul 〜終わりなき戦士, Endless Soul ~Owarinaki Senshi) by Masumi Asano and Aya Endo, the voices of Hakufu Sonsaku and Bachou Mouki, respectively.
|First aired||Last aired|
|1||Battle Vixens||13||July 20, 2003||October 22, 2003|
|2||Dragon Destiny||12||February 26, 2007||May 14, 2007|
|3||Great Guardians||12||June 11, 2008||August 27, 2008|
|4||Xtreme Xecutor||12||March 26, 2010||June 11, 2010|
|OVA 1||Shūgaku Tōshi Keppu-roku||1||November 12, 2011||N/A|
|OVA 2||Extravaganza Epoch||2||December 21, 2014||December 28, 2014|
|OVA 3||Western Wolves||3||January 3, 2019||February 27, 2019|
Ikki Tousen (2003)Edit
Titles in this season were listed as numbers. The Funimation dub has a different title.
|No. in series||No. in season||Title||Original airdate|
|1||1||"One / The Champions"|
Transcription: "Ichi" (Japanese: 壱)
|July 30, 2003|
Seven schools are competing for complete control over the region of Kanto. The students are known as "Fighters", and each carry a sacred bead, or Magatama, and enclosed in it is a spirit of an ancient fighter from 1800 years ago in Chinese history. The Fighters are destined to the fates of their Magatama.Enter Hakufu Sonsaku, a big-breasted, air-headed bimbo, who joins the ranks of Nanyo Academy, alongside her cousin, Koukin. Encased in her Magatama is the spirit of a fierce warrior who conquered the lands 1800 years previous, but was killed at an early age. The Big Four of Nanyo Academy see her as a threat and wish to prevent history from repeating itself.
|2||2||"Two / Confrontation with the Big Four of Nanyo High!"|
Transcription: "Ni" (Japanese: 弐)
|August 6, 2003|
Fighters from Rakuyo High School have been found hanging around near Nanyo Academy. Rakuyo is headed by the fierce Fighter Totaku, who has conquered a couple of the schools in Kanto. Other schools have been banding together against him.Meanwhile, while running late for school, Koukin reveals to Hakufu that he would be willing to sacrifice himself if it meant protecting her. Gakushu questions Saji over Nanyo Academy's leader, Enjyutsu, whom he has not seen in months. Gakushu feels that there is something going on that he has been kept in the dark about. Enjyutsu sees Hakufu as a threat and issues the order to Big Four member Kannei to execute her to prevent her destiny from being fulfilled. This order is given to the whole of Nanyo Academy, and results in Hakufu doing battle with Kannei and Ryomou, while Koukin fights all of the students and Saji. Will they all survive? And what is Saji planning?
|3||3||"Three / My Virtue is in Danger!"|
Transcription: "San" (Japanese: 参)
|August 13, 2003|
|Hakufu Sonsaku has defeated Big Four member Ryomou, when her defeat looked imminent. However, her victory saw a force take over her body, rendering her powerless against it, almost costing Ryomou her life, who is recovering in Hospital. Koukin vows to protect Hakufu so that it never happens again, but Hakufu runs away from home, only to find herself in trouble.|
|4||4||"Four / A Duel! Taishiji vs. Sonsaku"|
Transcription: "Yon" (Japanese: 四)
|August 20, 2003|
|The schools throughout Kanto begin to form short-term alliances as a means of disposing of their enemies. Taishiji is given an order to execute Hakufu Sonsaku. After his school's Fighters render Koukin incapable to fight, Hakufu does battle with Taishiji himself. How will it all end?|
|5||5||"Five / Get Angry, Hakufu! The School of Counterattack!"|
Transcription: "Go" (Japanese: 伍)
|August 27, 2003|
The Great Fighter's Tournament is approaching quickly. Totaku, the previous victor, is hoping that the other schools will eliminate each other, leaving him to do battle with the sole, under-strengthed school left in the tournament (other than his own), and in order for ends to meet, he has rigged the draw for the tournament.Hakufu goes on a rampage to avenge Taishiji, but is defeated, until the spirit awakens within her once again...
|6||6||"Six / The Bloody Big Fighters Tournament!"|
Transcription: "Roku" (Japanese: 六)
|September 3, 2003|
|The new Fighters Tournament has now commenced. Which school will come out on top? Will anyone defeat Toutaku? How will Nanyo Academy go with Hakufu Sonsaku fighting for them? And will the spirit living inside her be awakened once again?|
|7||7||"Seven / The Fatal Confrontation!"|
Transcription: "Nana" (Japanese: 七)
|September 10, 2003|
|Hakufu and Koukin manage to fend off the crazed snake-like Kannei Kouha. Ryofu continues to pursue her own relationships with the possibility of betraying Tontaku. Shimei Ryomou fights the beautiful but deadly schoolgirl-uniformed Kanu Unchou of Seito Private School on the rooftops. Hakufu gets in another battle as well.|
|8||8||"Eight / Goei's Betrayal! Why?"|
Transcription: "Hachi" (Japanese: 八)
|September 17, 2003|
|Nanyo Academy gets to fight Kyoshou Academy in this round. Hakufu Sonsaku is up against Kakouton "Basic" Genjou, but Aunt Goei arrives; whom will she support? Ryomou's opponent, Kakuka Houkou isn't a pushover either. Meanwhile, Kaku Bunwa and Ryofu Housen get into a heated conflict; Ryofu Housen and Chinkyuu Koudai decide to walk away from Toutaku's gang.|
|9||9||"Nine / Viva La Hot Spring!"|
Transcription: "Kyuu" (Japanese: 九)
|September 24, 2003|
|Aunt Goei takes Hakufu and Koukin to a mountain hot springs that seems to attract some of the other female fighters including Ryoumou and Ryofu who are also hoping to recover. Hakufu catches up to Ryoumou and they spar with Hakufu's old teacher Choukou.|
|10||10||"Ten / The Sho Haou Encounters the Devil!"|
Transcription: "Jitsu" (Japanese: 拾)
|October 1, 2003|
|Aunt Goei gives Hakufu and Koukin some tickets to the pool. Ryoumou ponders her fate to guard Hakufu. At the pool, Toutaku catches Hakufu in an alone moment, and befriends her with some watermelon. The mysterious and foreshadowing Ukitsu appears before Goei, looking for Hakufu. Chinkyuu gets caught stealing the Gyokuji. Ukitsu arrives at the pool and challenges Hakufu to a fight. Ryofu decides to get her revenge.|
|11||11||"Eleven / Ryofu, Her Love and Death!"|
Transcription: "Jitsu Ichi" (Japanese: 拾壱)
|October 8, 2003|
|Ukitsu was about to fight Hakufu, but Hakufu was weakened by Toutaku's touch, so she gives up. Goei, Ryoumou and Koukin ponder Hakufu's destiny where her dragon fighting spirit may awaken and she might lose her life. Ryoumou and Koukin look for Gakushuu. Koukin meets Saji who invites him to see the senior leader Enjutsu, but then gets ambushed and attacked. Hakufu stays home for the day, but then learns of her fate, and decides to go after Toutaku.|
|12||12||"Twelve / Summer Comes to a Watermelon Field"|
Transcription: "Jitsu Ni" (Japanese: 拾弐)
|October 15, 2003|
|Toutaku forces Hakufu to battle Ryofu, otherwise Ryoumou will be killed. The girls fight each other, but also attempt to go after Toutaku. It looks like no one will be able to win, until Ryofu defies her fate, and uses her ultimate technique. Hakufu and Ryoumou learn Saji's true identity and they go to rescue Koukin and confront Saji.|
|13||13||"Thirteen / Good-bye Hakufu! The Battle Days!"|
Transcription: "Jitsu San" (Japanese: 拾参)
|October 22, 2003|
|Hakufu and Ryoumei go after Ouin Shishi, who manages to enrage Hakufu. But instead of her dragon spirit manifesting, Hakufu channels the remaining influence of Toutaku and gets out of control. Can Koukin save her from her fate? Ukitsu also comes back for a final challenge.|
Ikki Tousen: Dragon Destiny (2007)Edit
|No. in series||No. in season||Title||Original airdate|
|14||1||"Signs of the Dragon Spirit"|
|February 26, 2007|
|Shimei Ryomou steals an orb called the Dragon Jade from a temple, fighting off Myousai Kakouen. She hopes to use to it save Hakufu. As Unchou Kan'u trains, she learns from her master that her Seito Academy schoolmate Gentoku Ryuubi has the potential to become a great hero, although she and schoolmate Ekitoku Chouhi perceive Ryuubi as but a bookworm who would rather read Shakespeare and romance novels, who cannot fight or swim, and who needs to be protected. Meanwhile, at Houkou Kakuka from Kyosho Academy researches the leaders of the three kingdoms (Hakufu, Sousou, and Gentoku) along with Bunwa Kaku who is now his lover.|
|15||2||"The Evil Lord Awakens"|
|March 5, 2007|
|Moutoku Sousou and Genyou Kakouton fend off an assassination attempt by Yoshu Academy and Koshaji that was orchestrated by Bunwa Kaku and Houkou Kakuka in order to awaken Sousou's fighting spirit. Kaku takes Koumei Jokou, Bunken Gakushin and Shunhai Chouko to subjugate Yoshu in retaliation for the attack. Afterward, Sousou is disappointed that Kaku did not exact revenge for Kakouton's injury. Gentoku Ryuubi tries to avoid training with Ekitoku Chouhi but is ambushed by Bunsoku Ukin. Unsho Kan'u defends her while Ekitoku defends the shrine gate from more attackers from Kyosho Academy. Shimei Ryomou arrives carrying the Dragon Jade after the last attacker falls.|
|16||3||"Bloodshed and Tears"|
|March 12, 2007|
|Shimei Ryomou easily defeats a battle weary Ekitoku Chouhi. The threat of Ryomou killing Unsho Kan'u awakens Gentoku Ryuubi's dragon. Suikyou reveals that Ryomou harbors a dragon as she runs away from the encounter. Kan'u is forced to subdue Ryuubi, who has been completely possessed by her dragon, and imprison her for several days until the possession subsides. Moutoku Sousou disciplines Bunsoku Ukin for failing to defeat Kanu. Myosai Kakouen tells Houkou Kakuka she will get the Dragon Jade from Ryomou. Kakuka reveals the existence of the Dragon Jade to Chuutatsu Shibai, who was the real mastermind behind the provocation of Yoshu Academy. Kakuka also tells Bunwa Kaku about the Dragon Jade, but is murdered by Yojo Bashoku who frames Kouha Kannei for the attack. Despite a warning by Kaku that Kannei has an alibi, Sousou orders all his forces to attack Nanyo Academy.|
|17||4||"Chance Meeting of the Two Dragons"|
|March 19, 2007|
|Genyou Kakouton reminisces about Houkou Kakuka, but decides not to lead a surprise attack on Nanyo Academy. Bunwa Kaku relays orders from Moutoku Sousou, who is isolated in a basement under the influence of his dragon. Hakufu Sonsaku and Koukin Shuyu are attacked in Shuyu's house at night by Totosu, but he and his gang are defeated by Goei. Kakouton shows up and apologizes for the surprise attack. Yojo Bashoku reports on the attack to Shiryu Chou'un. Bunwa Kaku meets Myosai Kakouen and they discuss the Dragon Jade. Sonsaku goes to Seito Academy and meets Ekitoku Chouhi who tries to fight her despite Gentoku Ryuubi's objections. Shuyu and Unsho Kan'u arrive before the fight can start. Shimei Ryomou encounters Teni.|
|March 26, 2007|
|Teni remembers how she met Chuutatsu Shibai before attacking Shimei Ryomou, who releases her dragon, but is still defeated and mortally wounded. Shiryu Chou'un appears, and with her eyes closed, beats Teni just as the Dragon Jade heals Ryomou. Chou'un delivers the injured Ryomou to Koukin Shuyu's house where Ryomou remembers her dragon awakened but was defeated by Chou'un. Bunen Chouryou reports on Teni's hospitalization to Shibai. Moutoku Sousou and Genyou Kakouton discuss their fate. Totosu and his gang attack Sousou, who releases his dragon and eviscerates them. Chouryou dismisses Bunwa Kaku as Kyosho Academy's strategist. Chou'un presents the Dragon Jade to Unsho Kan'u.|
|19||6||"Encounter with the Crouching Dragon"|
|April 2, 2007|
|On Suikyou's advice, Unsho Kan'u travels to Tougenin and encounters Genchoku Josho. Gentoku Ryuubi insists on following her against Ekitoku Chouhi's wishes. While Chouhi prepares to fight Kanshou Kochuu, Ryuubi gets lost and happens upon Koumei Shokatsuryou.|
|April 9, 2007|
|At Bunwa Kaku's behest, Myosai Kakouen attacks Nanyo Academy. Gakushu and Koukin Shuyu battle her, but when Shimei Ryomou fails to appear, Kakouen leaves. Moutoku Sousou orders Genyou Kakouton to lead an army to attack Seito Academy and capture Unsho Kan'u.|
|21||8||"The Little Conqueror's Heroic Death"|
|April 16, 2007|
|Genyou Kakouton withdraws after capturing Unsho Kan'u. Chuutatsu Shibai assigns Chuukou Kyocho to watch over Moutoku Sousou. Shunhai Chouko ad Bunken Gakushin fail to extract information from Kan'u. Seito Academy's leaders discuss how to free Kan'u. Hakufu Sonsaku goes to Kyosho Academy to fight Sousou, but Kan'u challenges her instead. Sonsaku unleashes her dragon, but Sousou appears before Kan'u is defeated.|
|22||9||"Friendships in Chaos"|
|April 23, 2007|
|Genpou Saji returns to Nanyo Academy. Chuutatsu Shibai sends a message claiming Moutoku Sousou killed Hakufu Sonsaku and demanding Nanyo Academy surrender. Yojo Bashoku requests a meeting between Nanyo and Seito Academy. At the meeting, Koumei Shokatsuryou returns the Dragon Jade as proof of an alliance against Sousou. Genyou Kakouton releases Unsho Kan'u angering Sousou.|
|23||10||"The Wandering Koukin"|
|April 30, 2007|
|Kyosho Academy fighters are hunting fighters from all other schools, forcing Koukin Shuyu to accept the alliance between Nanyo Academy and Seito Academy. After killing Genyou Kakouton, Moutoku Sousou has himself restrained. Chuukou Kyocho tries to calm him. Shikou Chokou trains Hakufu Sonsaku to use the Qi of her dragon spirit after she is rescued from a lake by Hakugen Rikuson. Koumei Shokatsuryou sets up the Battle of Red Cliffs.|
|May 7, 2007|
|Yojo Bashoku gives Koumei Shokatsuryou a progress report. Moutoku Sousou's fighting spirit imbues Chuutatsu Shibai with power for the coming battle. Bunwa Kaku learns of the final battle as Genpou Saji, Gakushu and Shimei Ryomou arrive at the site. Ryomou gives the Dragon Jade to Shokatsuryou. Koukin Shuyu reveals over lunch that he saw Unchou Kan'u at Seito Academy. Ukitsu revives Hakufu Sonsaku spirit. The fighters from Kyosho Academy arrive and the battle begins.|
|25||12||"Red Cliffs in Flames"|
|May 14, 2007|
|The combined forces of Seito Academy and Nanyo Academy defeat Kyosho Academy, but Chuutatsu Shibai crashes her car, engulfing the battlefield in flames. Shibai, who is now able to walk, attacks Gentoku Ryuubi but Unchou Kan'u comes to the rescue. Shibai summons Moutoku Sousou's red dragon which awakens Ryuubi's yellow dragon. Hakufu Sonsaku's blue dragon joins the battle. Shiryu Chou'un returns in time to save Nanyo's big four.|
Ikki Tousen: Great Guardians (2008)Edit
|No. in series||No. in season||Title||Original airdate|
|26||1||"War is of Vital Importance to the State"|
Transcription: "Hei ha kuni no daiji nari" (Japanese: 兵は国の大事なり)
|June 11, 2008|
|Hakufu is currently the leader of Nanyo Academy. After Kan'u returns to Seito Academy. Gentoku invites her and the gang to Chinatown for lunch. They encounter Hakufu and the gang who are working part-time at a restaurant for an overseas battle tour. Kan'u gets upset that Hakufu and the others interrupt her chances to be intimate with Ryuubi. A blonde-haired female fighter, Chuubo Sonken, arrives to look for her sister, who turns out to be Hakufu. Ryomou tries to suppress her dragon from awakening; she has a dream of trying to catch up to Saji, while a mysterious figure watches her.|
|27||2||"All Warfare is Based on Deception"|
Transcription: "Hei to ha kidou nari" (Japanese: 兵とは詭道なり)
|June 18, 2008|
|Chuubo joins Hakufu and Koukin at Nanyo Academy where she befriends the Big Four and helps Koukin take care of a cat at school. Hakufu worries she may not be a good leader because she overhears that her schoolmates think she is stupid. En'in abducts Chuubo in order to trap Hakufu into giving up her position, but her friends in the Big Four help her out. Ryomou is shocked to find Housen Ryofu lying on the ground.|
|28||3||"Nor Can the Dead Be Brought Back to Life"|
Transcription: "Shisha ha fuku ta nama kube karazu" (Japanese: 死者は復た生くべからず)
|June 25, 2008|
|Ryomou discovers that Ryofu has amnesia. She recalls in junior high when they were rivals and that Ryofu was able to receive Saji's affection. After chasing down a bird that swiped Hakufu's bento, Hakufu encounters Ryofu but sympathizes with her situation. On the way to taking Ryofu to the doctor's, Hakufu decides instead to do karaoke with Ryofu, Koukin and Chuubo.|
|29||4||"Regard Soldiers as Your Children"|
Transcription: "Sotsu o miru koto eiji no gotoshi" (Japanese: 卒を視ること嬰児のごとし)
|July 2, 2008|
|The Seito gang tries on "heart-revealing-stone" necklaces, and hilarity ensues.|
|30||5||"Do Not Fight Unless It Is Critical"|
|July 9, 2008|
|31||6||"Intelligence Makes Great Spies"|
|July 16, 2008|
|32||7||"At First, Like a Virgin"|
|July 23, 2008|
|33||8||"Do Unto Others, Do Not Let Them Do Unto You"|
|July 30, 2008|
|34||9||"The Bigger Odds Wins, the Smaller Odds Loses"|
|August 6, 2008|
|35||10||"Strike the Enemy's Plan"|
|August 13, 2008|
|36||11||"Start by Taking Away the Ones They Love"|
|August 20, 2008|
|August 27, 2008|
Ikki Tousen: Xtreme Xecutor (2010)Edit
|No. in series||No. in season||Title||Original airdate|
Transcription: "Nureru Tōshi" (Japanese: 濡れる闘士)
|March 26, 2010|
Transcription: "Tsudō Nakama" (Japanese: 集う仲間)
|April 2, 2010|
|This is when Gentoku finds a strange girl named Bachou (who was seen in the first episode) in the rain and took care of her. As a result of doing so, she skip the meeting for the assemble and embarrass her self.|
|40||3||"Lion in Training"|
Transcription: "Kitaeru Shishi" (Japanese: 鍛える獅子)
|April 9, 2010|
|In the last episode we left Hakufu and Gentoku wondering why Bachou begged Hakufu to be her master. After the abuse then training of Bachou Nanyo, Kyosho, Seito Academy and other schools got invited to a tournament.|
|41||4||"The Devil Beckons"|
Transcription: "Maneku Akuma" (Japanese: 招く悪魔)
|April 16, 2010|
|Hakufu accidentally slept on the train and as a result, she is yet again insulted by her mother. After Hakufu decides to visit her sister, Koukin (as Hakufu replacement), Shimei, Kanu, Bachou, Ekitoku, Chuukou, Shikou and other fighter got ambush.|
|42||5||"Bonds of the Soul"|
Transcription: "Tamashii no Kizuna" (Japanese: 魂の絆)
|April 23, 2010|
|The ambush takes place and Kanu falls off the boat, with Ekitoku pursuing her. The rest are captured, but Bachou and Chuukou escape, while Ekitoku pulls Kanu to shore, but Kanu is blinded and as a result of being unable to fight the two are captured due to Ekitoku's injuries.|
Transcription: "Muragaru Kiba" (Japanese: 群がる牙)
|April 30, 2010|
|Kanu is summoned to the arena.|
Transcription: "Chinmoku no Namida" (Japanese: 沈黙の涙)
|May 7, 2010|
|Seito is ambushed, but they are saved by Hakufu and Gakushuu who beat the enemies, but Gentoku's dragon comes out and after her kindness fights back she is turned to stone.|
|45||8||"Reunion of the Fists"|
Transcription: "Saikai ha Kobushi" (Japanese: 再会は拳)
|May 14, 2010|
Transcription: "Ikaru Ai" (Japanese: 怒る愛)
|May 21, 2010|
|This episode finally shows how Shimei got her dragon. After remembering we see the Kanu was the cause of the dragon in Shimei's left eye and start to fight furiously. Then they show Hakufu and Bachou in a fake horse trying to find Koukin and the others.|
Transcription: "Sakareta Yami" (Japanese: 裂かれた闇)
|May 28, 2010|
|In this episode it starts off with Shimei on the ground, but in her mind walking away from herself only to see Yojo saying that she was afraid of changing her destiny. And as Shiryu show up and started to fight Kanu, while Shimei started to wonder why do fighters fight. After Shiryu may or may not give her the answer, we see Bachou, Hakufu, Shikou, Chuukou and Koukin finishing the guards all 103 of them, then Hakufu and Koukin went into the tunnel and it collapse and the cause of that was Teni.|
Transcription: "Moeru Shiro" (Japanese: 燃える城)
|June 4, 2010|
Transcription: "Mirai Mugen" (Japanese: 未来無限)
|June 11, 2010|
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- Official anime website (in Japanese)
- Official Dragon Destiny website (in Japanese)
- Official Great Guardians website (in Japanese)
- Official Xtreme Xecutor website (in Japanese)
- Ikki Tousen at Funimation Entertainment
- Ikki Tousen at MVM Films
- Ikki Tousen at Madman Entertainment
- Ikki Tousen: Dragon Destiny at Media Blasters