The Knights of the Multiverse, or as they'd prefer it, just "The Knights", are the titular main characters of, well, the Knights of the Multiverse. Mentored by the remaining members of the Allied Robot Corps and under the co-leadership of Kamille Bidan and Sunset Shimmer, the Knights met through pure, insane coincidences and joined forces to stop the threat of the Heralds of Unicron. Now, they have only two missions: explore the now brought-together Multiverse and deal with the threats that might rise up from its depths, and to take in any lost souls from any world to give them a new home and help them find a new purpose.

They sometimes operate out of the New Photon/Saotome Labs, but they usually spend most of their time enjoying each other's company (usually) in the Glomar mobile home/headquarters.

Team Members[edit | edit source]

Fighters[edit | edit source]

Pilots[edit | edit source]

Mechs[edit | edit source]

Medical/Technical Crew[edit | edit source]

  • Fa Yuiry (Nurse/Mechanic)
  • MU Androids (Nurses/Mechanics/Operators)
    • Mohm (general assistance)
    • Sammie (Communications, Substitute air group officer)
    • Kim (Ship administration)
    • Vanessa (External communications, Information analysis)
    • Panapp (Secondary bridge operator)
    • Pocky (Secondary bridge operator)
    • May (Secondary bridge operator)
  • Ruri Saotome (Communications/Tech Support)
  • Honey Jr. (general assistance)
  • Meyrin Hawke (Communications controller for mech suits)

Battleships/Transportation[edit | edit source]

Honorary Members[edit | edit source]

Other Allies[edit | edit source]

History[edit | edit source]

Mini-Series[edit | edit source]

A Chance Meeting[edit | edit source]

Season 1[edit | edit source]

New Members[edit | edit source]

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. Most of these new teammates consisted of super-powered and the surviving members of the legendary Allied Robot Corps.

Season 2[edit | edit source]

The Three-Way War[edit | edit source]

Season 3[edit | edit source]

The Guild of the Multiverse[edit | edit source]

Notes[edit | edit source]

The team could be considered a modern take on the Breakfast Club, The Outsiders, the Goonies, or heck, even Team Dai-Gurren of Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann; a strange mixture of serious, goofy, innocently sweet, and potentially unstable freaks, weirdos, jerks, misfits, and screw-ups filled with their own personal issues (even some of the more experienced ones) coming together under strange circumstances that were originally hesitant towards one another, but over time form a strong, blood-like bond, with each member being dedicated and loyal to each other to the very end that doesn't care what everyone else thinks about them. 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 Catra, 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 Nyoka, 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).

The first members of the team introduced in the series (the ones introduced in the Mini-Series) are all side/major supporting characters from their home shows, while a majority of the characters who only had one or two appearances in their original source material are introduced in the first season.

While a good number of the team is made up of robots of varying sizes, and are always willing to take on any that wish to find a new place in life, they will not hesitate to fight or even kill a robot if they have hostile intentions, even if they resemble children.

To help tie the cast together a little better, some of the teams' inner-friends circles are based around ones from their home series, like Usagi's being based off of the Sailor Guardians, or Sunset's being based around the Elements of Harmony.

While the Mazinger and Getter Teams, as well as the other classic Super Robot pilots, do appear in a number of the team's battles, and their members are recognized as founders of the team, they are not technically members of the team since, technically speaking, they are meant to act more like the team's mentors or backup when they get too far over their heads (as degrading as that might unfortunately sound). Plus, for the most part, their stories have already happened, meaning that they've already had all of their character development and are ostensibly at their prime (well, most of them, anyway).

  • So why bother including MazInkaiser and Shin Dragon then? Well aside from the fact that they look awesome, it's sort of meant to act as a parallel to their status in the real (anime) world. While many other Super Robot-centered characters/shows just like them have fallen to the wayside (but are still remembered to some extent), for one reason or another, Getter and Mazinger are the ones that're remembered and celebrated the most: the ones that continue to inspire others like Gunbuster and Gurren Lagann, and even get new incarnations themselves, like Mazinger Z: Infinity & Getter Robo Arc. So much like they seem to in real life, Koji and Ryoma will keep moving forward, fight and inspired when no one else can/will.
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