It's time for the Shinjugamine Girls School Culture Festival! Their contribution: a play loosely based on Little Red Riding Hood.
Jiron and the Sand Rats are on the run in their newly acquired Xabungle! Meanwhile, a reward is put on their heads for their capture.
The subject of the plot is the child kaiser, the last Goldenbaum. Fezzan conspires to have the child seek asylum in the Alliance, which gives Reinhard the perfect casus belli.
The kidnappers flee to Trunicht to establish a government-in-exile in the Alliance, prompting Reinhard to declare war, all as Fezzan planned. But who is really using whom?
Reinhard declares his intent to rescue the Goldenbaum kaiser. Julian is assigned to Fezzan. Yang knows Iserlohn isn't the only path to the Alliance, and agrees to the order.
Zero dreams of his melancholy past to only relive the painful murder of Shizuka and his sick father. Kaoru tries to sooth his wounds but is driven away.
Ageha has one last chance to stop her sister from making the biggest mistake of her life: marrying Sabato! Later, Rinne discovers that Rokumon may have a secret food supply.
Mikan is past her deadline to write new material, so she suggests a trip to beach for inspiration. However, is her place in the Cheer Fruits on the line?
After proving themselves in the last attack, the girls are allowed to take a small vacation and visit their homes! Misaki, however, learns that the danger is far from over.
The Sand Rats learn of Jiron's motives for stealing the Xabungle which involves him avenging the death of his parents.
On the day of the Queen’s Ball, Firiel receives a gift from her father: a necklace. Little does she know the trouble this little necklace will be getting her into...
With Roux in the custody of the judges, Firiel finds herself going to the castle for help. With Adale’s help, Firiel discovers the secret behind her necklace.
Firiel gets her first taste of her new school. Between her harsh lessons and even harsher classmates, can Firiel find her stride in this elite establishment?
Rune sneaks into the all-girl’s convent and dresses accordingly to hide his identity. Meanwhile, Firiel tries to hone her skills as the “game” around her intensifies.
Firiel trains in fencing, but finds it harder than she thought. Meanwhile, the scheming Student Council inducts Rune into their ranks.
For an unknown reason, Rune asks Eusis to train him in swordplay, but Eusis refuses. Firiel, dealing with the emotional aftermath of her actions, is summoned by Lady Margot.
Firiel and Rune meet up at Dr. Cornell’s lab and begin to dig into the past. At a ball, Firiel receives a proposition from Duke Riez.
Under the watchful eyes of Lady Margot, Firiel finds her heart town between Eusis’s proposal and her feelings for Rune. Meanwhile, Eusis pursues Rune as a heretic.
Firiel and Ingraine’s journey trails behind Eusis and the others. Meanwhile, Adale finds herself at odds with her identity as a queen’s candidate.
A war looms on the near horizon, and real dragons pose a threat to the entire kingdom. On the run from a dragon attack, Firiel and Ingraine reunited with Rune.
Firiel’s disappearance throws Rune into a panic. Meanwhile, Firiel awakens far away in enemy territory with a mysterious bard.
A pack of dragons prepare to attack while Leandra begins the march to crush the forces of Bidgeon. Meanwhile, Eusis, Rune, Firiel, and Adale attempt to think of a strategy.
The Midday Star, a sign of the world’s imbalance, threatens to destroy life. Together, Firiel and Rune try to find the one solution to bring peace.
As Julian sets out for his new post, he reviews the long and bloody history of the Empire and the Free Planets Alliance.
Reinhard's invasion plans, to bypass Iserlohn by invading through the Fezzan Corridor, exceed even Fezzanese expectations. But Yang has Julian in Fezzan for this very reason.
Yang has to adjust for the absense of Julian, who, as military attache, tries to disrupt the Empire's movements through Fezzan space. Operation Ragnarok is now underway.
Kaoru searches for the truth behind the blank page of her dream only to find clues hidden in an interview with sculptor Kouhei Kuramachi.
The new wax finish on Rinne's scythe is attracting coins! Later, Sakura helps her friends Miho and Rika when a walking mannequin attacks them.
A dark memory hangs over Misaki as the girls prep for that night's special performance. When things go wrong on stage, a little improv may be required to save the show.
With Misaki's true past revealed, the girls prepare to face a powerful foe. As the puppet master behind the chaos begins her final play, Misaki takes on the danger by herself.
Jiron and the Sand Rats prepare for battle and look to head towards Grocky. Are they able to make it through the fight with the Xabungle?
Ragnarok opens in Iserlohn as Reuentahl launches a fierce attack with a huge fleet. Seeing through the feint, and worried for Julian, Yang is hard pressed to stay positive.
Ragnarok enters its second phase as Reinhard's feint is revealed and his fleet sweeps through the demilitarized Fezzan Corridor. Julian must now escape amidst the chaos.
With Fezzan in Imperial hands and completely open to Alliance space, there is panic on Heinessen. As a defense is cobbled together, Bucock suggests a daring gambit to Yang.
Kouga is invited to an old family friends home, and is tasked with a playing an unfinished game by the Makai Priest Amon.
Sakura finds herself dealing with a fierce dog spirit... but is he really a dog? Later, Rinne wonders if his never ending money problems can be solved by a money spirit.
Cheer Fruits' popularity begins to soar! They even get a visit from Ann's hero: Kamidaio herself! After the encounter, though, something changes in Ann...
Their black-hooded enemies from another world prove stronger than the Hoshimori class thought. It's up to Misaki and Miki to make it to the Wicked Tree before its too late.
Timp has an interesting plan up his sleeve. Meanwhile, Jiron and the Sand Rats are training for their inevitable next battle with Grocky.
With the Empire on the doorstep at Fezzan and Iserlohn strategically useless, Yang opts to abandon the fortress, but must first evacuate the civilians as he did at El Facil.
Julian plots to escape Imperial-occupied Fezzan and secures transport back to Alliance space. When discovered by an Imperial cruiser, Julian recalls a tactic his mentor used.
The Imperial fleet pours out of the Fezzan corridor, bent on taking the Alliance capital world, Heinessen. Bucock draws the last line of defense in the Rantemario system.
Kaoru tells Gonza about the item that can save Kaoru, but later finds out that a Horror named Haru has appeared. Unfortunately, he must use Kaoru as bait.
Matsugo invites Rinne to his school festival, so (of course) Sakura, Jumonji, and Renge come along. The festival's ghost-house proves more dangerous than they thought.
As the girls practice to perform the newest show, lingering apprehensions loom in Misaki's mind. Things only get worse when Misaki suddenly disappears.
Jiron and the Sand Rats stumble upon a massive oasis, but the respite doesn't last long as they are attacked. Are they able to fend off this foe?
Reinhard's invasion stalls at Rantemario, so he withdraws to establish a foothold on Urvashi. Yang and Julian reunite on Heinessen before setting out to confront the Empire.
Having lost the Imperial supply line, and frustrated by Yang's guerilla tactics, Reinhard settles on a plan to lure him out and eliminate him. Hilda has other plans in mind.
To break the invasion, Yang must crush the head of the snake: Reinhard. Seeing the invaders dispersing in search for his fleet, he drives straight for Reinhard, into a trap.
Deceit runs rampant as Amon is murdered and twelve Horror Blades are stolen. Kouga tracks down the culprit...
The girls are preparing for their largest stage yet and Misaki is still nowhere to be seen. With so much on the line, they can't afford to make mistakes now.
On the way to a town with a bazaar, the crew is looking for some time to rest but they run into some unexpected trouble before they reach their destination.
Spurred on by the mayhem he'd wrought and the future that lay before him, Yang plunges through Reinhard's seemingly unending defenses, seeking a one-on-one decisive duel.
Yang breaks through the defense lines and targets the Brunhild! Hilda puts her plan into effect, and suddenly the Battle of Vermilion ends.
Though the true victor at Vermillion may never be known, one thing is clear: the war is ended. Reinhard at last meets Yang face to face, before returning home for coronation.
Garo and Zero fight it out as Jabi and Kaoru watch from the sidelines. Jabi tells Kaoru to have faith in Kouga.
Life is chaotic as ever in the Otowa Mansion. One similarly frustrating morning, Kanae gets a new visitor: a hippo and a boy who claims to be her little brother.
The bands are having their own problems as they struggle for fame, but what will happen when sudden news come their way?
While Lord Enma is passing judgement on the denizens of hell, we learn about Hozuki's past. Was he always a demon or was he once human?