The first season of The Knights of the Multiverse introduces the main format for the series, with episode lengths interchanging from 11 to 22 minutes. Each episode involves the Knights either having mini-adventures around a city, traveling to some other Earth to assist another hero(es) or just having misadventures on Earth. Along with the dozens of new members of added to the team, this season also introduced many important themes and characters, such as the team's first oppositional force, L.O.V.E.M.U.F.F.I.N., team-ups/run-ins with the Kaiju of Monster Island, the first appearance of the remnants of Banjo Haran and the remains of the Allied Robot Corps. This season also has the longest length, with 49 episodes in total.

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Episodes[edit | edit source]

All incomplete episode titles and synopses will be marked as TBA, aka To Be Announced.

Episode Title Ep # Synopsis
The Knights 1 Three months after Unicron's destruction, dozens of new faces have joined the Crystal Knights in their crusade to help anyone lost in the vast multiverse. Now, they're out to investigate another new dimensional rift along with reports of a mysterious Super Robot.
Untitled Energer Z Episode 3 A giant robot that looks like Mazinger Z starts causing huge amounts of confusion and destruction.
TBA 4 A giant robot abducts Usagi, and as the team rushes to rescue her, they stumble across a huge fleet of strange battleships
The Chronicles of Meap: Meap Me in St. Louis 5 While visiting Danville, Mitch returns for one last round. Meanwhile, Candace is having trouble keeping her secret new "job" with the Knights from her mother.
The Isle of Monsters 6 After a failed teleportation spell, several of the Knights teleport to the dangerous Monster Island, so the rest of the Knights set out on a rescue mission. Don't be fooled, though. In a place like Monster Island, you need to keep your wits about you at all times if you want to make it out alive.
Leaves on the Wind 8 Lapis finds a angel-like android calling herself Cosmo trying to escape from her L.O.V.E.M.U.F.F.I.N. masters and the ninja robot they sent to get her back.
Untitled Lapis/Cosmo Episode 9 Follow episode to further establish Lapis and Cosmo's bond.
Reinforcement 10 TBA
Orguss 11 Wanting to be of more help, Mohm starts constructing her own fighting robot. It's not working as well as she hoped.
Hell on Wheels TBA What started out as a simple day with Sunset teaching Usagi how to ride a bike turns into a high-speed chase through a apocalyptic-like future Detroit

(features cameo from Motorcity)

Infiltration! 10a In her first real solo mission, Usagi is tasked with disabling some kind of fortress codenamed the Adzam. While there, she meets Nyoka, the kind-hearted daughter of the head scientist of the base.
Taking the Hand 9b Lorelai finally decides to visit Kazuya's home for some training, unaware that she's being tracked by another one of L.O.V.E.M.U.F.F.I.N.'s creations.
Untitled Asuka Episode 10 To try and prove herself, Asuka takes off on her own to battle an army of L.O.V.E.M.U.F.F.I.N. robots.
The Robotic Maiden of the Danube River 13 After a failed teleportation spell, Amity meets a little android girl named Lorelai and her father. However, there might be more to these two than they're leading on.
Untitled Lorelai follow-up Episode 14 TBA
Untitled Rosica Intro Ep 15 TBA
A Super Robot Bargain Sale 17 The Knights are sent in to scope out what can only be described as a L.O.V.E.M.U.F.F.I.N. Super Robot demolition derby.
Race Against the Clock! Hiroshi Shiba Rides Again! 18 The team try to go to a race to visit their old friend Hiroshi Shiba, but they're soon caught up in the middle of another L.O.V.E.M.U.F.F.I.N. plot.
Bax Against the Wall 19 Hiroshi, Koji, Tetsuya, Ryoma and Hayato are challenged to a motorcycle race/duel with the Space Bikers with new bikes given to them by L.O.V.E.M.U.F.F.I.N..
Going Twice as High 22 Dr. Astro decides to throw his hat into the "World Domination" ring with an array of Space Lasers aimed at numerous sites. After a failed attempt by the mech pilot Knights, even getting Tidal Wave extremely damaged, an unexpected hero arrives to help whip the Knights into shape.
Build Up! 24 Hiroshi and Kazuya take up arms as Jeeg and Daimos once more to do battle with L.O.V.E.M.U.F.F.I.N.'s newest super robots, Ga-Keen and Gaiking.
Battle Turn! 25 L.O.V.E.M.U.F.F.I.N.'s newest bots are out for blood and oil as they challenge Kazuya & Daimos to a 2-on-1 match.
X-Marks the Spot 29 While the events of the previous episode occur, several Knights catch word that a pair of L.O.V.E.M.U.F.F.I.N. goons are trying to reach an unexplored island to find both lost treasure and a powerful, ancient Mycenae robot. So, the race is on to reach the island first.
The Three-Headed Titan Rises from His Grave! The Return of the Brave Hero! 30 In their latest scheme, L.O.V.E.M.U.F.F.I.N. does the unthinkable: using robotic enhancements, he revives on the world's greatest evils, King Ghidorah. With no other choice, the Knights must call upon the final, and arguably most powerful, member of ARC, Akira Hibiki and the mighty Raideen.
The Enormous Genbu! ARC, Reunited at Last! 31 When L.O.V.E.M.U.F.F.I.N. unleashes its latest weapon, the Genbu, it serves as the perfect "sparing partner" for the official reunion of the Allied Robot Corps.
Untitled Egyptian Episode 34 Untitled episode where the team goes to the Egyptian Pyramids.
The Funhouse 35 After one of their teammate's is kidnapped by one of L.O.V.E.M.U.F.F.I.N.'s goons, the Knights track her down to some kind of hideout, only to be trapped inside of a maze of death traps.
The Bizarre Battle Fleet 37 The Knights get caught in a battle with a fleet of motorcycle-type battleships.
Untitled Arctic Episode 41 Untitled episode where the Knights need to stop a L.O.V.E.M.U.F.F.I.N. scheme to destroy the polar ice caps with a satellite-like bomb.
Untitled Sigma Episode 42 Untitled episode where Sigma reveals herself.
Untitled Groizer X Episode 47 L.O.V.E.M.U.F.F.I.N. distracts the rest of the Crystal Knights by sending bomber-type mechas while Sigma and two new cronies, Blade and Orgun, to capture Atros.
High-Stakes Rescue! Raid on L.O.V.E.M.U.F.F.I.N. HQ! 48 The Crystal Knights find the location of L.O.V.E.M.U.F.F.I.N.'s hideout and launch a full-scale assault to rescue Shizuka. However, a majority of the team is kept outside by another of their mechas: God Mars. And insult to injury, its pilot is Pacifica's father Preston, finally back to settle the score.
Aim for the Top! L.O.V.E.M.U.F.F.I.N.'s Last Stand! 49 After rescuing Atros, L.O.V.E.M.U.F.F.I.N. reveals its final trump card: Gigantis, an immensely tall robot with deadly strength and firepower. The Crystal Knights must put together all of their strength in a last bid to stop the evil organization once and for all.

Notes[edit | edit source]

This season is easily the one with the most characters introduced into the main cast. In fact, most of the first half of the season is dedicated to introducing these new characters, but this stops around the halfway point of the season after Akira and Raideen are introduced, with Sigma being the only really big introductions being Sigma, Blade and Orgun, though that's excused since they're supposed to be endgame villains.

To help the new characters get more integrated into the main cast, they will usually have at least one more spotlight adventure after their introductory episodes

Despite this being the first official season after the Mini-Series, this season actually has the least amount of dimension hopping, with a majority of the stories taking place on Earth Prime, mainly to help build up how this alternate earth works and to establish the bonds within the team, especially with how far some have come from the Mini-Series. Heck, some of the episodes don't even have any action sequences, rather just having the team hanging out and doing silly antics around the Crystal Inn.

The mecha shows featured this season are from the Super Robot genre, best exemplified by how many of super robots are used by L.O.V.E.M.U.F.F.I.N., from fairly-well known ones to more obscure ones.

Despite being mostly Super Robot focused, three Gundam shows are represented in this season: F91, Crossbone and Victory. And even then, its only a couple of mobile suits and mobile armors, and it's mostly just because they look so silly, they fit almost perfectly into a Super Robot setting.

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