The second season of The Knights of the Multiverse featured a loose interpretation of the plot of Gundam ZZ, Wing and Seed Destiny, with ZZ's Axis Zeon and SEED Destiny's Earth Alliance serving as the main antagonists and introduces elements such as the Gundam Seed Destiny casts, Rei Ayanami joining after the aversion of Third Impact, a second team-up with the Justice League, the arrival of Adora & Epsilon, and the creation of Shin Getter Robo. This season also gives the series a more serious tone than the first one, exemplified by how several of the main characters aren't just heavily injured in battle, but even killed off.

Plot

In this new season, the Knights face their greatest threat in the form of a two-way war with the reawakened Axis Zeon and the Secret Society, they're all out to "neutralize" the "unorderly" Multiverse.

Cast

Heroes

The Knights

New Additons

Other Allies/Minor Characters

Villains

Axis Zeon

Secret Society

  • as additional forces

Other Villains

Episodes

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

Episode Title Ep # Synopsis
Shattered Glass Part 1 1 In this season premiere two-part special, The Knights find themselves on a strange planet with messed up locations, and a strange new enemy that controls it.
Shattered Glass Part 2 2 The Knights must destroy Warworld before more innocent people die to their twisted games.
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TBA 6 A squadron of Zeon soldiers attack catches the Knights off-guard, as Puru must decide where his loyalties should lie.
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Fly Away, Space Cowboy 10 A group of... interesting bounty hunters appear to try and take the Knights down for a bounty of 113 Wu-Longs (whatever that means).
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Third Impact 13 In this extended episode, the Knights travel to the Evangelion's earth to fight off the Alliance once more. But after they push back their forces, the group are roped into protecting NERV's staff and stopping Third Impact. (Adapts part of "End of Evangelion")
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Hell on Wheels 16 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)

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A Monster Reborn 21 Glemy's forces have dug up one of the Titans' old weapons, the Psyco Gundam, and unleashes it on the Knights. Even worse, he's stuck Puru Two in the pilot's seat. Can the Knights save her from the titanic monstrosity, or will she just end up like the Psyco's pilots that came before her?
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Untitled Equestria Episode 30 Untitled episode where the gang travel to Equestria, and Sunset must confront an old part of her past.
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Untitled Invasion Episode 37 Zeon's forces, using some equipment they "borrowed" from the Glemy Faction, launch a, full-scale assault on Earth Prime to "teach the Knights a lesson". In the middle of the carnage, Koji is injured and Mazinger Z falls in battle, and the team gets separated.
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Awaken, Demon God Emperor! 46 As Mazinkaiser is finally nearing completion, the villains launch their main assault on the Inn. The rest of the Knights must hold off their forces while Kaiser awakens.
You (Can) Advance 47 Episode that concludes Asuka's character arc for the season.
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Other Episode Ideas

Episode Title

Episode Description
GaoGaiGar Episode

Notes

This season consists of 49 episodes, to reflect the same amount of episodes in a typical Gundam series.

Just as the first season revolved Super Robots for its selection of mechas, with a majority of Gundam shows taking center stage, including the main storyline of ZZ, this season centers around those of the Real Robot Genre. This also applies to this season adopting a darker, more serious tone (at least, once the Wing storyline begins).

While the idea of one's identities was touched on with characters like Atros and Rosy in the first season, the concept is pushed to the max with the Puru clones, what with them being artificially-created humans and being virtually identical to normal people (save a few extra powers) but are still treated like dirt.

  • Going off of that, this season goes a lot more in-depth with the Puru Clones than in the original Gundam ZZ series, like why they were created and giving them all individual personalities (since in the original ZZ, the most exposure the clones that weren't Two and Twelve had were showing up in the MP Qubeleys, and even then, they weren't given that much focus). This also extends to Puru herself, mostly to give her an origin, since the original ZZ never really gave a good reason as to why she was recruited by Axis in the first place (since she's, y'know, 10) and why she was cloned in the first place. Many of these ideas come from the Advance of Zeta Re-Boot: Gundam Inle - Black Rabbit Had a Dream manga and various fan theories.
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