Akame ga Kill!

Akame ga Kill!

2014
Akame ga Kill!

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EP4 Kill the Imperial Arms User July 28, 2014

Kill the Imperial Arms User
The unknown figure from the previous episode kills a girl by beheading her despite her pleas. Tatsumi is informed of the crazed former executioner of the largest dungeon in the kingdom (the unknown figure), who became addicted to cutting off heads and crazed for blood. He possesses a powerful Imperial Weapon, which every member of the Night Raid possesses in one form or another, and the Executioner's is in the form of a large green eye strapped to his forehead. It is revealed that when two imperial weapon welders fight, one has to die. Night Raid is then sent on a mission to eliminate him. During the mission, Tatsumi, who is paired Akame, is led away by a vision of Sayo and severely wounded in a battle with the Executioner. The green eye is revealed to be a weapon that can foresee the future movements and attacks of the opponent and can befuddle the opponent by dazing them with the image of their most beloved one. Just when Tatsumi is about to be killed, Akame appears and battles with the Executioner. The Executioner attempts distract Akame with the vision of a beloved one, a young girl that is shown to have fought with Akame in the past through Akame's flashback. However, Akame quickly kills the Executioner and replies that because the girl is who she loves the most, she must kill her the quickest. The Executioner's earpiece, which is what drove him mad in the first place with the cries of those he killed, breaks and the Executioner dies in peace. Akame goes to Tatsumi's aid and promises to clean his wounds.
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EP10 Kill the Seduction September 08, 2014

Kill the Seduction
Following Tatsumi's capture by Esdeath, Tatsumi is dragged along with Esdeath and the Jaegers to raid and destroy a bandit's fortress as a backup Jaeger. Esdeath forces Tatsumi to watch the destruction as part of his training. Afterwards, Esdeath tries to seduce Tatsumi in her bedroom, but Tatsumi resists the temptation and believes he can convince her to turn against the Empire. However, Esdeath slaps him and explains her motive of "survival of the fittest" as well as her being the one to change Tatsumi, even if it meant protecting his family. After further arguing, they both decide to end the discussion and sleep, with neither convincing each other. However, Esdeath still remains in love with Tatsumi. The next day, Tatsumi meets up with Wave and Kurome. Tatsumi notices Kurome's gluttony, to which she reveals that she is Akame's sister and wants to kill her for betraying the Capital. Later, Esdeath, Kurome, Wave, and Tatsumi go on a hunt at Mount Fake, with Tatsumi and Wave paired together. Both Tatsumi and Wave fight tree-like Danger Beasts with ease and without their Imperial Arms. Upon destroying the monsters, Tatsumi attempts to escape using Incursio and Wave follows him with his Imperial Arm, Grand Chariot. Unaware of each other's identities, Wave attacks while Tatsumi tries to escape once more. Tatsumi is defeated, but he escapes using invisibility and is rescued by Akame and Lubbock. Wave is punished by Esdeath for allowing Tatsumi to escape. Tatsumi returns back to the Night Raid base and tells them about the Jaegers. Meanwhile, Dr. Stylish and his men, Team Stylish, locate the base and prepare to attack.
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EP11 Kill the Mad Scientist September 15, 2014

EP13 Kill the Hinderance September 29, 2014

Kill the Hinderance
The prime minister assigns Esdeath to track down the Danger Beasts from the previous episode and kill them. Later, the Jaegars attack some of the Danger Beasts when they attack a wagon of supplies. The next day, Wave recalls the incident and notes that the present merchants were terrified of Bols despite his kind personality because of his otherwise fearsome appearance. However, Bols tells him that despite his personality, he had killed many people in the past, which understandably earned him a lot of hate. Then, the group is visited by Bols's wife and young daughter who support his work, which surprises Wave. Meanwhile, while doing some training with Susanoo, Tatsumi tells him that he should be considered one of Night Raid, not as a tool. Later, Night Raid travels to another hideout and are given their newest mission: to kill the modified Danger Beasts, essentially helping the Capital they have been fighting. When Chelsea states her belief that the Jaegers should take care of the problem, Tatsumi counters that by aiding the Capital, they would be able to save more lives. Chelsea later confides to Najenda that she believes Tatsumi's kindness will eventually lead him to his death. Esdeath and Run express to each other their beliefs that, since the new Danger Beasts were revealed to have once been human, they were possibly the result of one of Dr. Stylish's experiments, and assume they somehow managed to escape their containment. The following night, while patrolling the mountains, Tatsumi learns about Lubbock's reasons for joining Night Raid, which involved Najenda. Later, Tatsumi travels to the summit of a mountain alone and is suddenly confronted by a wandering Esdeath, who is shocked to see him.
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EP15 Kill the Religion October 13, 2014

Kill the Religion
Lubbock asks Tatsumi why he teleported Esdeath back to the mainland instead of leaving her on the island. However, Najenda responds that Esdeath would have escaped the island either way before revealing that she knows her personally. Meanwhile, Wave confronts Seryu about murdering three bandits who were suspected Night Raid members, but she brushes him off. Despite remarking that the Capital is twisted, Wave maintains his loyalty as a soldier. Later, Najenda tells Night Raid about Path of Peace, a pacifist religious organization that is inciting a religious insurrection, and that the Revolutionary Army (the rebellion force Night Raid is a part of) and an allied tribe will launch attacks against the Capital simultaneous to Path of Peace's uprising. She then assigns Night Raid to assassinate Borick, the adviser to Path of Peace's founder who is a spy for the prime minister and is drugging several of the religion's followers into obedience, also instructing them to take out the Jaegers, especially Kurome and Bols, who will undoubtedly respond. The next day, Akame begins expressing her doubts about battling Kurome, but Mine comforts her. Meanwhile, Esdeath splits the Jaegers into two teams: she will attack Najenda with Seryu and Ran, while Wave, Kurome, and Bols will pursue Akame. Wave's team arrives at a canyon, where Mine fires at Kurome, but she dodges the shot. Susanoo arrives and knocks Wave away, leaving Kurome and Bols to be confronted by the entire Night Raid team. Kurome activates her Imperial Arm, Yatsufusa, which brings forth the last eight victims of its blade as Kurome's puppets. Among those summoned is a gigantic Danger Beast, which Night Raid prepares to battle.
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EP16 Kill the Dolls October 20, 2014

Kill the Dolls
Night Raid engages Bols and Kurome along with her puppets. Kurome draws first attack from her puppet Destaghoul, an ultra-class Danger Beast, who shoots a powerful beam and afterwards the hand-to-hand combat begins as Akame engages Bols and the puppet bodyguard Woll after a short melee with Kurome and their deceased friend turned puppet Natala, then Tatsumi against Apeman and Hentarr, Susanoo against Destaghoul, Leone against Rokgough, and Mine against the gunslinger Doya. Leone's left arm gets amputated by Kurome while battling Rokgough and Najenda tells Leone to leave Rokgough to her because they're both Imperial generals and close friends. Najenda destroys Rokgough and quickly heads to Susanoo. Bols questions Akame in joining the Revolutionary Army and Akame responded that she chose it from her heart and thinks it is the right path. Leone joins Akame as they double-teamed against Bols, eliminating Woll in the process and Leone disables Bols' flamethrower. Tatsumi is having a hard time fighting Apeman and Hentarr but a disguised Chelsea distracts Hentarr which disables his movement by the use of a needle punctured on his head then being sliced by Tatsumi. Then Tatsumi gains the upper hand in eliminating Apeman. Mine was swallowed by a Kaiser frog, the eight puppet summoned by Kurome. However, Mine destroys the frog. Susanoo transforms into a much powerful form gained from Najenda's life force and destroys Destaghoul. In a desperate attempt, Bols throws his Rubicante upward and detonates intending to destroy Akame and Leone.
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EP17 Kill the Curse October 27, 2014

Kill the Curse
After the massive explosion set by Bols' Rubicante, everyone from Night Raid and Jaegers manage to stay alive. As Bols walks away, he still thinks about the Jaegers as his family and he must regroup with them as soon as possible. Bols meets a wounded girl and treats the wound with a bandage, but the girl responded of how many people does he burned with his Rubicante and it reveals as the disguised Chelsea, piercing a needle on Bols' nape. Bols crawls as he accepts his fate and the only thing he can do is to get home but he succumbs. Chelsea meets Lubbock and she is requesting for reinforcements before Kurome acquires new puppets. Before trailing Kurome, Chelsea disguises herself as Bols. In the Night Raid outpost, they debrief on their skirmish with Jaegers until Lubbock arrives and asking for assisting Chelsea. Meanwhile, Kurome becomes tired and as she recuperates from their previous battle, she recalls her past with her older sister Akame where they're being tested first to become capable assassins. They passed the test but separated on which Kurome was designated on the Imperial forces and was experimented with various drugs to enhance her fighting prowess. After her recollection, Kurome is then joined by Chelsea, in disguised of Bols. Chelsea maintains patience but takes advantage when Kurome shows exhaustion, piercing a needle on her nape. Chelsea seems satisfied and recalls her past on how she wants to change the world by becoming an assassin, from her early days as an apprentice, seeing her master brutally toying people and accepting bribes, to acquiring the Imperial Relic Gaea Foundation on which she kills her master using deception. Chelsea shocks when Kurome approaches her and uses Natala and Doya to kill her. Akame and Tatsumi reaches a town and Tatsumi roams around in stealth, but shocks to see Chelsea's head placed on the top of the pole.
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EP24 Akame ga Kill!: The Final Battle December 15, 2014

Akame ga Kill!: The Final Battle
With the Empire all but defeated, Esdeath still refuses to surrender and challenges Akame to a duel. With all of her attacks deflected, Akame is forced to unleash her Imperial Arm's trump-card by poisoning her own body with it, increasing her abilities and making a comeback to the point of wounding Esdeath's left arm. As a result, Esdeath cuts it off to prevent the poison from spreading through her body. With no time left to act, Akame puts all of her efforts into one final strike, forcing Esdeath to use her own Imperial Arm's trump-card to freeze time, which fails to prevent Akame from dealing her a fatal blow. With her last ounce of strength, Esdeath holds Tatsumi's body and freezes herself with it, which shatters both into pieces. Meanwhile, the prime minister is cornered by Leone and activates his own Imperial Arm to destroy hers, but even after shooting her several times, he fails to stop her from beating him to death. Knowing that her wounds are fatal, Leone bids farewell to Akame and dies alone in an alleyway after visiting her old drinking friends for one last time. The revolution finally ends with the Emperor sentenced to death, and before being executed, he asks Najenda to restore the country in his place. Meanwhile, Wave and Run pay respects to Kurome's grave and swear to help rebuild the nation as well. To soothe the public opinion, Akame accepts the blame for all of the crimes attributed to Night Raid and bids farewell to Najenda, leaving to parts unknown.
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Released: 15 December 2014 Ended
Produced By: White Fox
Country: Japan
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Official Website: http://akame.tv/
Synopsis

In a fantasy world, fighter Tatsumi sets out for the Capitol to earn money for his starving village, and finds a world of unimaginable corruption, all spreading from the depraved Prime Minister who controls the child Emperor's ear. After nearly becoming a victim of this corruption himself, Tatsumi is recruited by Night Raid, a group of assassins dedicated to eliminating the corruption plaguing the Capitol by mercilessly killing those responsible.

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