The Crystal Knights are the main characters featured in the Knights of the Multiverse. Under the co-leadership of the Getter Team, Koji Kabuto and Sayaka Yumi, the Knights met through pure coincidence and joined forces to stop the threat of the Heralds of Unicron. Now, they've joined forces to fight against any new threats to the Multiverse, eventually coming together as a strong, if not strange, family.

They operate out of the New Photon/Saotome Labs, but most of the younger members take residence in the Crystal Inn..

Crystal Knights Roster Edit

Fighters Edit

Pilots Edit

Mechs Edit

Medical/Technical Crew Edit

  • Fa Yuiry (Nurse/Mechanic)
  • Mohm (Nurse/Mechanic)
  • Nyoka (Repair work)
  • Ruri Saotome (Communications/Tech Support)
  • Washu (Main Scientific Officer)
  • Meyrin Hawke (Communications)

Battleships/Transportation Edit

Honorary Members Edit

Other Allies Edit

Weapons Edit

For the full list of the weapons that the Crystal Knights used, see Crystal Knight Arsenal.

History Edit

Mini-Series Edit

A Chance Meeting Edit

Season 1 Edit

New Members Edit

As the team continued their operations, their ranks expanded greatly, with numerous new heroes either through them falling through random portals or joining after the team would visit their worlds. This also marked the reunion for the surviving members of the Allied Robot Corps.

Season 2 Edit

The Two-Way War Edit

Season 3 Edit

The Guild of the Multiverse Edit

Notes Edit

The team's name is a homage to the Crystal Gems of the original Steven Universe series.

The team could be considered a mix between the Breakfast Club and Band of Brothers; a bunch of mis-matched misfits filled with their own personal issues (even some of the more experienced ones) and coming together under strange circumstances that were originally hesitant towards one another, but over time form a strong, blood bond, with each member being dedicated and loyal to each other to the very end. This is best exemplified by the team's roster, which consists of characters who were anti-heroes or were straight-up villains that might've had some glimpses of redemption in them like Pacifica and Sasha, side characters like Ruri and Mohm, and characters who only appear for at least a couple of episodes (or were a one-off appearance) in their respective series like Melody & Dani. The only real main character's represented come from the Super Robot/Real Robot shows (though to be fair, those characters are obscure enough to most audiences).

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