List Of Fairy Tail Episodes


Next → The seventh season of the series is directed by Shinji Ishihira and produced. Like the rest of the series, it follows the adventures of and of the fictional guild Fairy Tail.

The season contains three. The first 27 episodes continue the 'Grand Magic Games' ( 大魔闘演武編, Dai Matō Enbu-hen) arc, which adapts material from the beginning of the 36th to the middle of the 40th volume of the Fairy Tail manga.

Focusing on Natsu and the others who have been frozen in time for seven years on Sirius Island, the members continue to participate in the Grand Magic Games, an annual competition to decide the Kingdom of Fiore's strongest guild. However, they encounter a conspiracy involving a called Eclipse and the imminent destruction of the kingdom. The next 24 episodes form an original storyline called 'Eclipse Celestial Spirits' ( 日蝕星霊編, Nisshoku Seirei-hen), in which the twelve celestial spirits of the Zodiac rebel against their owners Lucy and Yukino after being transformed by Eclipse's.


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The remaining 39 episodes contain the 'Tartaros' ( 冥府の門 ( タルタロス )編, Tarutarosu-hen) arc, which adapts material from the rest of the manga's 40th volume to the middle of the 49th volume, depicting Fairy Tail's battle with a dark guild of Zeref's demons who aim to resurrect E.N.D., their master and Zeref's ultimate creation. The season ran from April 5, 2014, to December 26, 2015, on. The first DVD compilation was released with the first issue of Fairy Tail Monthly magazine on July 17, 2014, renumbered as 'Vol. The season is simulcast by North American licensor, subtitled in English on their website,. Fourteen pieces of theme music were used for this season: seven opening and seven ending themes.

For episodes 176 to 188, the opening theme is titled 'Masayume Chasing' and performed. For episodes 189 to 203, the second opening theme is 'Strike Back' performed by Back-On. For episodes 204 to 214, the third opening theme is 'Mysterious Magic' performed. The fourth opening, used from episodes 215 to 226, is 'Break Out' performed. The fifth opening theme, used from episodes 227 to 239, are 'Yumeiro Graffiti' ( ユメイログラフィティ, Yumieiro Gurafiti, lit. 'Dream-Colored Graffiti'). The sixth opening theme is 'Never-End Tale' performed by Tatsuyuki Kobayashi and for episodes 240 to 252.

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For the rest of the season, the seventh opening theme is 'Believe in Myself' performed by Edge of Life. The ending themes, used with their respective openings, are 'Kimi to Kare to Boku to Kanojo to' ( 君と彼と僕と彼女と, lit.

'You, Him, Me, and Her') performed by Breathe, 'Kokoro no Kagi' ( 心の鍵, lit. 'Heart's Key') performed by May J, 'Kimi no Mirai' ( キミノミライ, lit.

'Your Future') performed by Kei Hayashi, 'Don't Let Me Down' performed by Nishiuchi, 'Never Ever' by, 'Forever Here' performed by, and 'Azayaka na Tabiji' ( 鮮やかな旅路, lit. 'Bright Journey') performed by Megumi Mori. All English titles are taken from. Date the episode originally aired on. References General. (in Japanese).

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