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Shaman king

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Shaman King (jap. シャーマンキング shāman kingu) ist ein Shonen Manga von Hiroyuki Takei, der aufgrund seines Erfolges später als Anime verfilmt wurde. Shaman King. 18 Bilder. Share. Tweet. E-Mail. Share. Gegen das Böse in der Welt der Menschen und Geister ziehen mit dem treuen Schwert Harusame. Shaman King auf Animexx: Forum, Fanarts, Fanfictions, Mangas/DVDs.

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A Form of Courage. Easygoing teenager You Asakura is a shaman, someone who is a link between the physical and spiritual worlds and can harness the powers of spirits. Alle Jahre findet ein Turnier zwischen Schamanen aus aller Welt statt, um so den König der Schamanen zu ermitteln, der das Gleichgewicht zwischen Leben und Tod erhalten soll. Secrets of the Star Festival. Oktober auf kabel eins Synchronisation Shaman King jap. Great Ghost, Great Sword. September bei RTL 2 wiederholt. Diese lief vom 4.

Later, they are seen defeating four of the dolls and are about to confront the fifth one. Yoh rescues Ren, who feels ready to take on his father again.

However, Pai-Long emerges controlled by En and attacks the group in his evolved, dragon-like form. Since he is too important to Jun, Yoh and Ren figure a way of defeating him without destroying his corpse.

The boys head back to Ryu and HoroHoro, only to find them defeated by the last Kyonshii. Yoh and Ren are no match for the most powerful of the Five Deities.

Manta deduces he is Shamon and the Kyonshii confirms it. Afterwards, Ren and Jun go face their father and try to prevent Yoh and his friends from going with them, but they insist.

En sends an army of Kyonshii to fight them, but the dolls are easily defeated by the quintet. En keeps sending more dolls until he calls them off and has Ren come face him once and for all.

HoroHoro and Ryu attack him, but En simply vanishes and reappears behind them, leaving his opponents mystified with his abilities.

Yoh, Ren and the others try to figure out how En manages to prolong members of his body, teleport from one point to another within the room and regenerate himself.

However, they end up easily overcome. Such betrayal is the reason behind his hatred. He also shows them his guardian spirits are the souls of all his ancestors.

Exhausted, he still tries to fight, but his wife and father emerge and tell him to stop. On the next day, the group heads back to Japan.

Phase two of the Shaman Fight is announced and it will take place in the United States. The only information provided for the shamans is that they must reach the Patch village within three months.

Yoh hangs out with Anna and then with Manta; HoroHoro enjoys some time with Pirika, who gives him a Ikupasu she crafted herself; Ryu reads a farewell collective gift handwritten by his gang; and Ren talks to Bason about the upcoming fights.

Meanwhile, Silva is warned by Kalim that Hao — the person mentioned by Zenryou in episode 21 — is in town. He meets him, who is revealed to be the boy seen later in that episode.

Silva says he is very bold to "show up again" and Hao explains he "exists since too long" and that it is because of him that Silva was born.

Meanwhile, they notice a group of white-dressed figures watching them from afar. Manta meets them there to say goodbye. Hao shows up and provokes them, easily defeating the four with his spirit, the gigantic Spirit of Fire.

He tells Yoh to get stronger for him, the "future king Hao", and leaves carrying a group of partners. Meanwhile, a group of five female shamans, including Elly and Milly, are revealed to be the ones behind the attack.

Amidamaru spots a city far in the distance and tells them it will take one day of walk to reach it. Eventually, the group meets SUV driver Billy, who gives them a ride to the town.

There, they ask for directions to the Patch Village, but nobody knows a thing. However, Silva emerges and says if a fight is overseen by one of the Ten Priests, the losers may be disqualified.

Realizing their power difference, the ladies flee, preventing a disqualification. Later, Ren appoints Yoh as the group leader and they get a ride from Billy once again.

A green-haired boy is seen attacking three shamans with his dowsing pendulum. After the third attack, he says to himself he needs to find strong allies "in order to defeat Hao".

Later, the five ladies, who have observed him before, ask him to join them, but he easily defeats them and says he has no interest in shamans weaker than himself.

The boy eventually finds Ryu and introduces himself as Lyserg Diethel, a shaman from the United Kingdom looking for strong allies before he proceeds to the next stage of the Shaman Fight with his guardian spirit, the small fairy Morphine.

Initially mistaking him for a girl, Ryu takes Lyserg to the others, but Ren and HoroHoro are against admitting a complete stranger in the team.

Stating he needs strong allies to defeat "him", Lyserg easily takes Ren and HoroHoro out, destroying their weapons in the process.

Yoh ignores him and helps them walk to the hospital, but Lyserg insists on carrying on with the fight. Yoh easily destroys his glass pendulum, but he replaces it with a stronger one made of crystal and heads for his special attack.

Lyserg is defeated and frustrated, but Yoh nevertheless invites him to accompany them to the hospital so he can explain the reason behind his seek for allies.

The three shamans attacked by Lyserg in the beginning of the previous episode decide to join forces to get revenge on him. They are approached by Zenryou, who give them a small cage as a gift from "someone" to help them fight Lyserg.

Morphine was given to him as a kid, but she was locked inside a cage - the one in possession of Zenryou - and he was tasked by his father, a Sherlock Holmes -like detective, with finding the key.

As he was finally locating the key - which he uses as his crystal pendulum - inside the Big Ben , Hao visited his parents and asked them to join him for the upcoming Shaman Fight.

Despite the tragedy, Ren is still reluctant about accepting him as a member. Later, Milly tells him a trio of shamans are coming for him.

HoroHoro joins the fight and reminds him that he had a partner all the time: Ryu and Yoh arrive and Lyserg has the chance to recover his spirit.

The trio ends up defeated and is later burned by Hao, who wonders if Yoh got stronger. Using his dowsing abilities, Lyserg deduces they should head to Southwestern United States.

While walking across a frozen canyon filled with shamans amidst a blizzard, Yoh and the others find the five ladies from episode 26 frozen and take shelter in a cave with them.

Hao once again tells Yoh to get stronger and leaves. Trying to cheer Lyserg up, Ryu tells him how he became a Shaman: On his journey, overseen by Mikihisa, Ryu eventually came across an army of spirits sided with Orochi.

Unable to feel connected to Ryu, Tokageroh left him to fight them alone. Later, a flood came towards Ryu. Tokageroh reunited with him and Ryu managed to hold the wave with his Oversoul.

Back to the present, the group leaves the cave as the blizzard ceases. With her Oversoul, Lilly sees Hao tossing her three friends on the frozen river and using his spirit to create a gigantic wave to erase all shamans left behind.

Using his special attack, Ryu manages to hold the wave and the group join forces to put an end to it and save the shamans caught by it, including the ladies.

He sends a Shinigami to Anna to deliver a message. Yoh and the others walk through a forest. Nearby, Milly has an argument with her friends and runs into the woods, where she is eventually attacked by Krysler, a shaman using the spirit of a spider.

Stating he failed the initial Shaman Fight test, he steals her oracle bell, believing he will be granted a place in the Shaman Fight in the process.

Meanwhile, Hao watches from afar, and is in turn watched from afar by Mikihisa, who sends a message. The group locates Krystal, but he enters a bus.

Using his oversoul, Ryu manages to get them a lift from Billy in the middle of the woods. They finally catch Krystal, but the oracle bell is destroyed in the fight.

Soon after, Silva comes flying and gives Milly a new oracle bell, explaining the oracle will only work for the person it was granted and it can be replaced if damaged.

In Japan, Anna asks Manta to take her to Osorezan , where they are greeted by dozens of itakos. While attempting to have Billy to come give them another ride, Ryu and his friends are watched by a couple of small lightball-like spirits.

They head to an abandoned town and join several other spirits who restore the city. Later, an elder couple gives them a ride and propose they stay overnight.

Joined by the five ladies, the group heads to the mine, where they reveal to the girls that there are no evil monsters and the couple is not real, and that everything is just a made-up story by spirits who are possibly just looking for some fun.

The monsters finally show up and engage in a friendly fight. Soon after, Hao materializes and burns some of the spirits, warning Yoh to stop playing and get stronger so he can "end the cycle".

Hao then heads to a forest and demands Mikihisa to reveal himself, to no avail. He then asks him to deliver "that" to Yoh as soon as possible, so Yoh can reach the "strength of a thousand years ago".

Following another encounter with the much more powerful Hao, Lyserg is frustrated again. In Japan, Anna performs a ritual that recovers a large pearl necklace called from the bottom of a lake.

Following another failed attempt to summon Billy, Ryu and the others are starving. Concerned with it, HoroHoro checks a nearby forest for food.

He eventually meets a shaman called Allen, who is not taking part of the Shaman Fight and spends his days protecting the local animals and trees.

When some trucks and bulldozers come deforest the place for a future resort, Allan destroys the machines, but HoroHoro eventually stops him and says violence is not the right response.

They try to put the fire out, to no avail. HoroHoro suggests they destroy a part of the forest to stop the fire from spreading, but Allan is reluctant.

HoroHoro then incorporates Kororo in the Ikupasu Pirika gave him, developing a new Oversoul with the power to destroy some trees and put the fire out simultaneously.

The group cleans the forest fire site and plants several new trees. Allan finally understands it is OK for humans to be part of the cycle of nature.

In Japan, Anna takes part of a purification ritual and asks Yohmei about the next step, which, according to him, "already began 13 years ago".

Bill Burton is sent along to keep Yoh himself from taking part of the fight and getting harmed. Some white-dressed shamans - the ones seen in episode 25 - emerge next to a gigantic, robotic, angel-like creature and a blond man introduces them as the X-Laws, a sect devoted to erasing Hao and his followers from Earth.

In Japan, Yohmei reveals Hao dates back to a thousand years ago, when every Asakura member gave their best to defeat him, though it was too late, for he had already mastered god-like abilities, allowing him to manipulate his own life and reincarnate at will.

However, he explains the book is sealed and protected by Zenki and Kouki, two Shikigami loyal to Hao. Tamao accidentally breaks the seal and sets both creatures free, but Anna quickly learns how to tame them.

Meanwhile, Sharona is attacked by Tilda, a former school colleague and eternal rival, and has her guardian spirit, Enra Enra, stolen. However, Sharona and her friends arrive and defeat Tilda, retrieving Enra Enra.

Later, a man is seen bowing before Hao. A little boy named Boris and his parents are seen fleeing from a horde of men with torches and swords.

They are eventually surrounded at the edge of a cliff, where both parents are accused of vampirism and executed, but not before the mother is able to push Boris down to the river below, saving him.

Later, Yoh and the others find a church where they plan to spend the night and Ryu watches a vampire movie. He ends up attacked by the man, who is revealed to be an actual vampire.

Meanwhile, the X-Laws, aware of the presence of a follower of Hao in the area, isolate the town. Concerned with Lyserg, Milly enters the city, followed by Elly, but the rest is prevented from following them.

Ren deduces Ryu was attacked by a shaman sent by Hao, but Tokageroh rejects the idea, stating that the attacker vanished in the air, which is not a human ability.

Suddenly, Ryu awakes as a vampire and tries to attack Milly and Elly, but HoroHoro stops him with ice. Later, the boys take turns in watching over Ryu.

Meanwhile, the ice keeping Ryu melts much before expected following a sabotage by a spirit working for the priest, who is revealed to be a shaman serving the vampire.

Ryu breaks free and attacks HoroHoro, curing himself but turning his friend into a vampire. Lyserg them asks Yoh to promise him he will kill him if he ever becomes a vampire.

The priest lures Milly and Elly to a catacomb where he attempts to kill them, but he ends up killed by the vampire, who discards him as only human.

Yoh and the others reach the place and the vampire introduces himself as Boris Tepes Dracula. He is capable of vanishing and materializing with incredible speed and eventually bites Lyserg.

Meanwhile, the X-Laws march towards the church. Ryu and HoroHoro manage to attack Boris and send him to the cinema above the catacombs.

Yoh and Ren join them to defeat the vampire while Milly and Elly head back outside where the X-Laws reveal their plan to exterminate everyone inside the cinema so that Boris is erased.

Back inside, Ren deduces Boris is just a human with shamanic capabilities, explaining he just uses his guardian spirit to control other people and fool others into believing they are vampires, which explains why he can only control one victim at a time.

A third option would be to simply kill Lyserg and save Yoh. However, Yoh allows himself to be bitten and reveals he was embodied by Amidamaru, who subdued Blamuro when he attempted to take control of Yoh.

Ren goes further on his deductions and realize Boris uses blood as a medium for spirits of bats, and his blood-soaked mant is the secret behind his ability to vanish.

After realizing they were just ordinary humans, he spent his next years searching for Boris. He eventually found him as an adult standing by Hao and was killed to become his guardian spirit, which he happilly accepted.

Boris says he always though he controlled Blamuro against his will and leaves for the church, where he is attacked by the X-Laws.

Yoh defends him, saying he has his own reasons and justice is not about killing. He eventually says they are just like Hao, which infuriates them and ignites a lethal-force reaction.

By the church entrance, they find the Lilly Five passed out following the fight with the X-Laws, and Ryu tries to show him how cruel they can be even to a little girl like Milly.

Lyserg replies that they received such treatment for being weak and ultimately leaves with his new group. Yoh and the others set Blamuro free to rejoin Boris in hell and leave.

Yoh and his friends reach a small city called YontaFe and discuss how they will resume their journey now that Lyserg joined the X-Laws and left them with nobody with similar information-finding skills.

They end up meeting Chocolove, an Afro-American shaman who offers himself to be their new member since most shamans are travelling in groups to raise their chances of survival.

He also says he is good in finding information, reveals he knows all their names and introduces Mick, the Jaguar , as his guardian spirit, which allows him to use its fine olfaction and speed.

However, he tells lots of unfunny jokes and does not seem strong, which causes the team to be reluctant about allowing him in the group.

Ren realizes they will have to kill both opponents to end the fight. Chocolove has a memory of his master back in New York City ending a hostage situation by simply telling the criminal a joke, which eventually caused him to peacefully surrender.

Later, Chocolove reveals a person named Lilirara lives in town and knows the location of the Patch Village. The doctor asks Anna to help him reuniting with Eliza and offers to help Yoh in return.

The group reaches the house of Lilirara, a descendant from the warriors of the Seminoa tribe, who fought on the last Shaman Fight years ago.

However, she tells them to go back home because the Patch prists lied to them and are organizing another Shaman Fight despite the "tragedy" brought during the previous one.

Using the power of five Seminoa spirits, she has the group feel the pain they felt years ago without actually hurting their bodies.

The group eventually questions why the warriors are willing to revive their own painful deaths over and over, and the Seminoa respond by engaging in a fight with them.

Yoh and his friends manage to defeat them and they head to the other world, freeing Lilirara from the Seminoa obligations. On their way, they give them tips leading to the Patch Village.

They eventually meet Jun and Pai Long, who went to the United States to check on Ren, and invite them to join them on their journey to find Yoh and the others.

On their way to the Patch Village, Yoh and the others end up in a canyon. There, they meet Lilly Five, who trick Yoh into telling them how to get to the village and leave without offering them a ride.

Meanwhile, Hao and Opacho watch from afar and the former tells the trio of girls seen in episode 21 to attack the group without killing Yoh.

He also confirms if they are "aware of Anna". Soon later, Anna and her group stumble upon him and he explains he wants the Chou Senji Ryakketsu to be delivered as fast as possible to Yoh so he can become stronger and aid him in the future.

Anna eventually tries to slap him, but she is blocked for the first time. However, she is able to hit him with her other hand. Hao leaves and once again asks her to deliver the teachings as fast as possible.

Later, they have Lilly Five give them a ride. Meanwhile, the three girls challenge Yoh and the others for a fight overseen by Hao and easily overcome the boys, defeating them all.

As they attempt to finish Yoh off, Anna emerges and saves him with Zenki and Kouki. Meanwhile, Lyserg is seen wearing his new X-Laws uniform and standing next to an iron maiden.

The blond X-Laws member says their master will bless him. She is reluctant about letting the others take part of this possibly deadly experience and getting involved with the Asakura affairs, but Yoh ends up joined by Ren, Horo-Horo, Ryu, Chocolove and Faust.

In the end, he bestows them with his power. Meanwhile, Hao meets Manta next to the training site and gives him similar explanations, which disturbs Manta, since he is only human.

The group comes back visibly shook-up. Suddenly, Jeanne, Lyserg and the blond X-Laws member drop from the sky and the latter puts the group to a sudden test, hitting them outright.

The iron maiden face opens, revealing the face of a little girl inside, who smiles and closes the face again. The group easily blocked the attack using their new, powerful and still shadowy oversouls.

Anna gives Yoh a small ancient sword sent by Yohmei. Manta notices Amidamaru is apparently disturbed with something.

Meanwhile, Jeanne tells her subordinates to observe the group and the blond member and Lyserg are sent to accomplish the task. As they discuss the possibility of Yoh and the others joining them, Hao appears and tells them Yoh is not willing to join neither him or the X-Laws and warns them to stop messing with his descendant.

Yoh contemplates his new sword while Amidamaru is still seemingly disturbed with something. Suddenlly, he instinctively points the way to the Patch Village.

Before they move, however, the female trio emerges and challenges them once again. Yoh, Ren and Ryu accept the challenge and this time the girls are easily overcome, despite the boys just using their ordinary oversouls.

Realizing the boys are much stronger, the girls unleash their oversouls at full power, growing them to a gigantic size. The boys respond by revealing their new, also gigantic oversouls and the two younger girls are defeated with just one hit each by Ren and Ryu.

Yoh, however, is initially unable to precisely control his new oversoul against the older woman. Using his new sword combined with Harusame, however, he is able to finally defeat his opponent.

Amidamaru feels he could become even greater and seems to be finally OK. At her church, Jeanne reveals her face again with another smile.

The girls are visibly frustrated with their defeat, and Anna explains they will always be limited by Hao, while Yoh is free to grow endlessly.

Hao suddenly materializes and congratulates Yoh on his evolution. After he leaves, Mikihisa emerges and confirms Hao and Yoh are twins.

However, Hao was born already too powerful and avoided the attack, severely burning Mikihisa in the process which explains his bird mask.

Before leaving, he warned them Yoh was his other half and he would return to retrieve it one day. Meanwhile, Amidamaru starts a process of evolution after which he will reach a sacred spirit status.

They refuse, and the X-Laws attack them. Ren, Horo-Horo, Ryu and Chocolove become their opponents while Yoh waits for Amidamaru to be ready and Faust takes the rest to a safer point.

When Amidamaru is finally done, Yoh forms a new oversoul, Spirit of Sword, that takes the form of a giant light sword and defeats the angels.

The X-Laws leave and Anna explains Yoh has just learned how to use a double medium by incorporating Amidamaru in Harusame and then merging it with his new sword, which is called Futsu no Mitama no Tsurughi.

The episode starts with a brief speech by an Egyptian shaman about how Ancient Egypt was the place of birth of shamanism. Then, Jeanne tells the blond X-Laws member now introduced as Marco she is willing to meet Yoh personally to try and change him.

Meanwhile, Yoh and the others reach a town filled with Shaman Fight participants. At a bar, Ren questions why so many shamans are gathered peacefully and a shaman next to them explains the town is being visited by many God-class Shamans and nobody would want to end up fighting one of them.

He also says the Shaman King must be perfect in everything. Ren is disturbed and leaves, only to be approached by Hao and offered a place in his group, which he refuses.

He shows up and clears up the misunderstanding. Everyone notices a commotion nearby and find the Egyptian shamans shown in the beginning of the episode, now identified as the Niles, subduing Zenryou and intending to use them as baits to attract and defeat Hao.

After a bitter speech by Lyserg about justice which shocks his former team mates, Anatel breaks free and unleashes his oversoul formed by 10, feathers embodied by the souls of the ones who built the Pyramids.

Unable to attack all feathers, Lyserg decides to apply lethal force in Anatel, but Yoh tells him not to do so and the attack stops.

Lyserg tries to blame Morphine but Marco and Jeanne believe he hesitated. Jeanne then decides to personally finish the battle and finally steps out of her iron maiden.

Everyone is shocked to see she is just a little girl embraced by thorny roots. She explains she chose to be trapped in the cage and to be continually pierced by the thorns so that she suffers for the sins of humankind and is given the strength to make the world a better place in return.

Using her gigantic guardian spirit, Shamash , she easily subdues the Niles and offers them a chance of repentance. They refuse and are consequently executed.

Later, Marco punishes Lyserg and says he deliberately stopped the attack after hearing Yoh. A little boy called Pino flees from a group of people who want to offer him to Badb and takes shelter inside an ice cave , where he meets the goddess in its crow form and is asked if he wants her to be his.

Ryu, Faust and a reluctant Yoh become their opponents. The Icemen launch a combined attack, but Faust blocks it with his new oversoul, Mephisto E.

His purpose of life fulfilled, he swore loyalty to her and Yoh out of gratitude. Ryu also manages to block a combined attack and explains he will also protect Yoh and help him become Shaman King because he believes Yoh will create a better world.

While exploring it, they are taken to a place where they see a large column of light. Soon after, Yoh wakes up in a ghost town where he finds Ren, HoroHoro, Ryu, Chocolove and Faust passed out on a tree protected by an invisible shield.

Yoh tries to break the shield while a voice tells him to go away until he suddenly wakes up again next to Silva, who welcomes him to the Patch village.

Yoh meets his friends including Anna, Manta, Jun and Tamao, who reached the location via other means and Hao approaches them, explaining that the column of light is the Great Spirit, an entity that gathers all formless souls and serves both as the source and final destination of all spirits on Earth.

Goldva the female leader of the Patches announces the rules of the Second Round and all shamans must form groups of three in order to compete.

Two kids are seen angrily watching Jun from afar. Team Noroshi, composed of Gei Yin and the two kids seen in the end of the previous episode, is seen winning a Shaman Fight and Gei says Ren better have his neck ready for her.

Meanwhile, Jun is attacked by the two kids, but Ren and Gei - who is revealed to be their older sister - intervene and stop them.

As the battle starts, Ren tells his partners to stay back and barely defends himself, allowing several hits by Team Noroshi.

Ren finally apologizes to them and promises to extinguish all their hatred once he becomes Shaman King. He then uses his Houraiken in battle for the first time and wins.

Ryu is seen in the middle of a sandstorm facing an arabic shaman next to an arabic woman. Some time before, while going for a walk around the village with Manta, Ryu meets a girl called Anise the woman seen in the beginning of the episode , who is a member of Team Arabian and shares with him the wish of finding the Best Place.

He also slaps her in the face for talking to another man, says Ryu comes from a rich country that is always yearning for more resources while he hails from a country were every drop of water counts and leaves.

Later, Ryu finds out Team Arabian will be their first adversary in the second round. In the battle, set in a vast desert, Haloun has his second team mate create a sandstorm so he can fight Ryu personally while the third member deals with Yoh and Faust and Anise watches.

Ryu eventually wins the battle and Haloun is frustrated. Anise tells him she would have wanted to marry him even if their parents did not arrange it and Haloun says it is recipocrate.

HoroHoro walks by a public speech by Ronny, a fanatic catholic priest who says kids like him should not take part of the Shaman Fight, for they are not mature enough to handle the Great Spirit.

Also, he finds Pirika amdist the crowd, who has come to pay him a visit in Patch Village. The priest approaches him again later with his two team mates Ouji and Aiyomi and dismisses his dream of building a vast field of petasites as narrow-minded.

In a third encounter, all their oracles ring announcing them as adversaries. In the battle, Ren and Chocolove make short work of Ouji and Aiyomi, but Ronny has his oversoul swallow HoroHoro and engulf him in a world of darkness where HoroHoro is unable to oversoul.

Manta and Faust assist Maya, a woman they saw fainting by a square. She is later joined by her husband Ados and her son Melos, with whom she forms Team Enseios, and they leave when the oracle announces their next fight, visibly uncomfortable.

Later, while Faust seems somewhat concerned with the family, the boys learn they are able to lend their furyoku to each other. Meanwhile, Manta grows disappointed with Faust for being a doctor and not warning them against risking their lives like that.

Faust tells Melos he will treat his passed out parents and then he will dedicate himself to finding a cure for his disease, revealing the reason why the family took the Shaman Fight so seriously.

Manta later apologizes to Faust. Team Ren is visited by Nichrom, who tells Ren he is the younger brother of Chrom, the priest Ren killed during the Shaman Fight admission test.

He also informs he had his hatred removed by someone called Nyorai and says he should talk to her to be cleansed too. Nichrom leaves and Silva arrives, but is almost attacked by Ren, who mistook him for Chrom.

The team discusses the situation while a frog-faced humanoid figure stands above their room, unbeknownst to them.

Meanwhile, Nichrom and several shamans are seen flocking to a temple where they bow before Nyorai, who is accompanied by three fighters. Hao also taunts him by suggesting he is the descendant of his reincarnation of years ago.

After he leaves, Silva heads towards the temple but is paralyzed by three shadowy figures who leave right before Mikihisa materializes behind him.

Back to Team Ren, Ren grows increasingly mad and ends up fainting. HoroHoro asks Chocolove to make up a story for Yoh and the others and takes Ren to Nyorai, but she taunts him about him not being able to overcome Yoh and he ends up succumbing to her too.

On the next morning, HoroHoro heads back to his room, where everybody cleans up the mess caused by Ren, and attacks Yoh, expressing frustration for not winning him back in their first round match see episode For this purpose, Kodansha will republish the manga as ebooks with new cover artwork, and a new arc will be published in Shonen Magazine Edge.

However, he soon left the staff due to his time limitations as he was working in the manga. The music for the Shaman King anime adaptation was composed by Toshiyuki Omori.

The first soundtrack was released on March 27, , as Shaman King: Vocal Collection , and contains 14 tracks, including the first opening and ending themes in their original television lengths.

Original Soundtrack followed on June 26, , with an additional 20 tracks and the second opening theme "Northern Lights". Thirteen video games based on the Shaman King series have been released.

Two light novels with the story by Hideki Mitsui and art by Hiroyuki Takei were released on December 25, , and August 23, The first, based on the original series and entitled Shaman King Character Book: The original manga series of 32 volumes has sold over 26 million copies in Japan.

Zero volumes, [] [] and Shaman King Flowers first four volumes. Justin Freeman from Anime News Network ANN criticized the first volume for relying too heavily on the spirits as a deus ex machina , stating that is what "places the series on the wrong path.

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In Japan, the manga has been popular, selling over 26 million volumes. Both the manga and anime have been featured, at various times, in "top ten" lists of their respective media.

The Shaman King anime has been watched by a large number of television viewers in Japan. Publications about manga, anime, and other media have commented on the Shaman King manga, with positive comments on the series.

The plot of Shaman King revolves around Yoh Asakura , a shaman , a medium between the worlds of the living and the dead. Yoh seeks to become the Shaman King, the one who is able to contact the Great Spirit , and will gain the ability to reshape the world in any way they wish, and for this purpose, he must win the Shaman Fight, a battle held once every years between competing shamans.

During the Shaman Fight, Yoh encounters Hao Asakura , a strong shaman who wishes to eradicate humans and create a world for shamans.

The remaining teams choose to forfeit the tournament, crowning Hao with the title of Shaman King. As Hao is led away, Yoh and his allies decide to attack Hao while he is merging with the Great Spirit, which is in a coma.

He defeats Yoh and all his friends and absorbs their souls. Hao decides to postpone his plan to eradicate humans and to observe how Yoh and his friends will change the world.

Seven years later, Hana Asakura waits at a station for the five legendary warriors and his parents, Yoh and Anna.

When illustrating, he used Copic brand color markers. He chose shamanism as the principal topic of the series because he wanted to choose a subject that had never been approached in a manga before.

Takei created the stories after he created the characters because he believed the "stories are born because of the existence of the characters".

In addition, he felt that "the most important thing [to create a character] is to have originality". Taking place seven years after the end of the manga series, it features Hana Asakura, son of Yoh and Anna, and his journey with Ryu to find the Five Elemental Warriors for a reunion before the opening of the Funbari Hot Springs Inn.

He thought the ending was a "huge responsibility". Viz Media licensed the series for an English-language release in North America; the chapters initially serialized in the American Shonen Jump , beginning in third issue in and ceasing its serialization in the August issue.

On November 10, , a series of one-shot called "zero stories" detailing Yoh and other characters backstories started to be serialized in Jump X.

Zero were released on May 10, and January 19, respectively. For this purpose, Kodansha will republish the manga as ebooks with new cover artwork, and a new arc will be published in Shonen Magazine Edge.

However, he soon left the staff due to his time limitations as he was working in the manga. The music for the Shaman King anime adaptation was composed by Toshiyuki Omori.

The first soundtrack was released on March 27, , as Shaman King: Vocal Collection , and contains 14 tracks, including the first opening and ending themes in their original television lengths.

Original Soundtrack followed on June 26, , with an additional 20 tracks and the second opening theme "Northern Lights". Thirteen video games based on the Shaman King series have been released.

Two light novels with the story by Hideki Mitsui and art by Hiroyuki Takei were released on December 25, , and August 23, The first, based on the original series and entitled Shaman King Character Book: The original manga series of 32 volumes has sold over 26 million copies in Japan.

Zero volumes, [] [] and Shaman King Flowers first four volumes. Justin Freeman from Anime News Network ANN criticized the first volume for relying too heavily on the spirits as a deus ex machina , stating that is what "places the series on the wrong path.

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In Izumo, Yoh meets Yohmei, his grandfather, and asks him for a way to get stronger in time for his fight with Ren. Yohmei tells him there is a way, but it may cost his life.

Later, he takes him to the entrance of a dark cave. On his way, he will be deprived of light and sound. Yoh understands and starts his journey, which is expected to last for seven days.

Meanwhile, a pink-haired girl accompanied by the spirits of a fox and a raccoon predicts disaster will be brought on Yoh by two persons, "one small and one big".

Tamao, Ponchi and Konchi the girl and the spirits seen at the end of the previous episode decide to confront the "big and small". However, Tamao, believing them to be the threats to Yoh, confronts them, but Anna intervenes and clears up the misunderstanding.

Meanwhile, Ryu, who was left at the temple, is greeted by Mikihisa, who takes him to the cave. Ryu gives it a try, but gives in within minutes.

Tamao predicts the moment when Yoh is going to exit the cave and heads to the location with Manta, Anna, Yohmei and Amidamaru. However, Yoh still manages to emerge from it alive.

Using his new Oversoul, in which Amidamaru is able to communicate with him, Yoh easily dispatches the girls. Meanwhile, HoroHoro is seen defeating an unknown rival in his third Shaman Fight match, which qualifies him for the next stage.

Meanwhile, Tamao pays Yoh and Anna a visit to support the former. When the battle starts, the boys seem to be even. En rejects her words and has her imprisoned.

Realizing his ways were wrong, Ren decides to confront his father, the source of all his hatred, in China. It all goes downhill, though, and Bason heads back to Japan to ask Yoh for help.

Bason explains how Ren took a beating from a mind-controlled Lee Pai-Long and was subsequently imprisoned by En.

He only escaped because Ren ordered him to do so before En could turn him into another of his puppets. Anna disallows them to go help Ren stating that the Tao family is too dangerous.

A group of spirits at the cemetery where Yoh first met Amidamaru are seen being attracted to a pair of heavy metal musicians. On their way, they cut through the cemetery and meet the heavy metal duo, who are introduced as Zenryou and state they have cleansed the cemetery from spirits.

They start to play a song that contains a Buddhist pray in its lyrics, which sends Ponchi, Konchi, Amidamaru and Bason to paradise.

They also imprison Kororo, which cannot be sent to paradise for being a natural spirit. Meanwhile, they use a small army of little spirits to hold HoroHoro and Yoh and mention a certain person named Hao.

The battle is overseen by a female trio, who report the outcome to a boy sitting next to a large, red, humanoid creature. After the fight, Anna has all spirits from the cemetery plus Amidamaru, Bason, Ponchi and Konchi return to the living world.

In their prison cell, Ren tells Jun he will confront his father again. On their way to rescue Ren and Jun, they are stopped by the five Kyonshii who are known as the Five Deities - five powerful warriors with altered bodies.

Ryu is easily knocked out by one of them, but HoroHoro reveals his new Oversoul and holds his own against them. Ryu awakes safe and well and also reveals his new oversoul, allowing Yoh and Manta to proceed to the dungeon where Ren and Jun are being kept.

Later, they are seen defeating four of the dolls and are about to confront the fifth one. Yoh rescues Ren, who feels ready to take on his father again.

However, Pai-Long emerges controlled by En and attacks the group in his evolved, dragon-like form. Since he is too important to Jun, Yoh and Ren figure a way of defeating him without destroying his corpse.

The boys head back to Ryu and HoroHoro, only to find them defeated by the last Kyonshii. Yoh and Ren are no match for the most powerful of the Five Deities.

Manta deduces he is Shamon and the Kyonshii confirms it. Afterwards, Ren and Jun go face their father and try to prevent Yoh and his friends from going with them, but they insist.

En sends an army of Kyonshii to fight them, but the dolls are easily defeated by the quintet. En keeps sending more dolls until he calls them off and has Ren come face him once and for all.

HoroHoro and Ryu attack him, but En simply vanishes and reappears behind them, leaving his opponents mystified with his abilities.

Yoh, Ren and the others try to figure out how En manages to prolong members of his body, teleport from one point to another within the room and regenerate himself.

However, they end up easily overcome. Such betrayal is the reason behind his hatred. He also shows them his guardian spirits are the souls of all his ancestors.

Exhausted, he still tries to fight, but his wife and father emerge and tell him to stop. On the next day, the group heads back to Japan.

Phase two of the Shaman Fight is announced and it will take place in the United States. The only information provided for the shamans is that they must reach the Patch village within three months.

Yoh hangs out with Anna and then with Manta; HoroHoro enjoys some time with Pirika, who gives him a Ikupasu she crafted herself; Ryu reads a farewell collective gift handwritten by his gang; and Ren talks to Bason about the upcoming fights.

Meanwhile, Silva is warned by Kalim that Hao — the person mentioned by Zenryou in episode 21 — is in town.

He meets him, who is revealed to be the boy seen later in that episode. Silva says he is very bold to "show up again" and Hao explains he "exists since too long" and that it is because of him that Silva was born.

Meanwhile, they notice a group of white-dressed figures watching them from afar. Manta meets them there to say goodbye. Hao shows up and provokes them, easily defeating the four with his spirit, the gigantic Spirit of Fire.

He tells Yoh to get stronger for him, the "future king Hao", and leaves carrying a group of partners. Meanwhile, a group of five female shamans, including Elly and Milly, are revealed to be the ones behind the attack.

Amidamaru spots a city far in the distance and tells them it will take one day of walk to reach it. Eventually, the group meets SUV driver Billy, who gives them a ride to the town.

There, they ask for directions to the Patch Village, but nobody knows a thing. However, Silva emerges and says if a fight is overseen by one of the Ten Priests, the losers may be disqualified.

Realizing their power difference, the ladies flee, preventing a disqualification. Later, Ren appoints Yoh as the group leader and they get a ride from Billy once again.

A green-haired boy is seen attacking three shamans with his dowsing pendulum. After the third attack, he says to himself he needs to find strong allies "in order to defeat Hao".

Later, the five ladies, who have observed him before, ask him to join them, but he easily defeats them and says he has no interest in shamans weaker than himself.

The boy eventually finds Ryu and introduces himself as Lyserg Diethel, a shaman from the United Kingdom looking for strong allies before he proceeds to the next stage of the Shaman Fight with his guardian spirit, the small fairy Morphine.

Initially mistaking him for a girl, Ryu takes Lyserg to the others, but Ren and HoroHoro are against admitting a complete stranger in the team.

Stating he needs strong allies to defeat "him", Lyserg easily takes Ren and HoroHoro out, destroying their weapons in the process.

Yoh ignores him and helps them walk to the hospital, but Lyserg insists on carrying on with the fight. Yoh easily destroys his glass pendulum, but he replaces it with a stronger one made of crystal and heads for his special attack.

Lyserg is defeated and frustrated, but Yoh nevertheless invites him to accompany them to the hospital so he can explain the reason behind his seek for allies.

The three shamans attacked by Lyserg in the beginning of the previous episode decide to join forces to get revenge on him. They are approached by Zenryou, who give them a small cage as a gift from "someone" to help them fight Lyserg.

Morphine was given to him as a kid, but she was locked inside a cage - the one in possession of Zenryou - and he was tasked by his father, a Sherlock Holmes -like detective, with finding the key.

As he was finally locating the key - which he uses as his crystal pendulum - inside the Big Ben , Hao visited his parents and asked them to join him for the upcoming Shaman Fight.

Despite the tragedy, Ren is still reluctant about accepting him as a member. Later, Milly tells him a trio of shamans are coming for him.

HoroHoro joins the fight and reminds him that he had a partner all the time: Ryu and Yoh arrive and Lyserg has the chance to recover his spirit.

The trio ends up defeated and is later burned by Hao, who wonders if Yoh got stronger. Using his dowsing abilities, Lyserg deduces they should head to Southwestern United States.

While walking across a frozen canyon filled with shamans amidst a blizzard, Yoh and the others find the five ladies from episode 26 frozen and take shelter in a cave with them.

Hao once again tells Yoh to get stronger and leaves. Trying to cheer Lyserg up, Ryu tells him how he became a Shaman: On his journey, overseen by Mikihisa, Ryu eventually came across an army of spirits sided with Orochi.

Unable to feel connected to Ryu, Tokageroh left him to fight them alone. Later, a flood came towards Ryu. Tokageroh reunited with him and Ryu managed to hold the wave with his Oversoul.

Back to the present, the group leaves the cave as the blizzard ceases. With her Oversoul, Lilly sees Hao tossing her three friends on the frozen river and using his spirit to create a gigantic wave to erase all shamans left behind.

Using his special attack, Ryu manages to hold the wave and the group join forces to put an end to it and save the shamans caught by it, including the ladies.

He sends a Shinigami to Anna to deliver a message. Yoh and the others walk through a forest. Nearby, Milly has an argument with her friends and runs into the woods, where she is eventually attacked by Krysler, a shaman using the spirit of a spider.

Stating he failed the initial Shaman Fight test, he steals her oracle bell, believing he will be granted a place in the Shaman Fight in the process.

Meanwhile, Hao watches from afar, and is in turn watched from afar by Mikihisa, who sends a message. The group locates Krystal, but he enters a bus.

Using his oversoul, Ryu manages to get them a lift from Billy in the middle of the woods. They finally catch Krystal, but the oracle bell is destroyed in the fight.

Soon after, Silva comes flying and gives Milly a new oracle bell, explaining the oracle will only work for the person it was granted and it can be replaced if damaged.

In Japan, Anna asks Manta to take her to Osorezan , where they are greeted by dozens of itakos. While attempting to have Billy to come give them another ride, Ryu and his friends are watched by a couple of small lightball-like spirits.

They head to an abandoned town and join several other spirits who restore the city. Later, an elder couple gives them a ride and propose they stay overnight.

Joined by the five ladies, the group heads to the mine, where they reveal to the girls that there are no evil monsters and the couple is not real, and that everything is just a made-up story by spirits who are possibly just looking for some fun.

The monsters finally show up and engage in a friendly fight. Soon after, Hao materializes and burns some of the spirits, warning Yoh to stop playing and get stronger so he can "end the cycle".

Hao then heads to a forest and demands Mikihisa to reveal himself, to no avail. He then asks him to deliver "that" to Yoh as soon as possible, so Yoh can reach the "strength of a thousand years ago".

Following another encounter with the much more powerful Hao, Lyserg is frustrated again. In Japan, Anna performs a ritual that recovers a large pearl necklace called from the bottom of a lake.

Following another failed attempt to summon Billy, Ryu and the others are starving. Concerned with it, HoroHoro checks a nearby forest for food.

He eventually meets a shaman called Allen, who is not taking part of the Shaman Fight and spends his days protecting the local animals and trees.

When some trucks and bulldozers come deforest the place for a future resort, Allan destroys the machines, but HoroHoro eventually stops him and says violence is not the right response.

They try to put the fire out, to no avail. HoroHoro suggests they destroy a part of the forest to stop the fire from spreading, but Allan is reluctant.

HoroHoro then incorporates Kororo in the Ikupasu Pirika gave him, developing a new Oversoul with the power to destroy some trees and put the fire out simultaneously.

The group cleans the forest fire site and plants several new trees. Allan finally understands it is OK for humans to be part of the cycle of nature.

In Japan, Anna takes part of a purification ritual and asks Yohmei about the next step, which, according to him, "already began 13 years ago".

Bill Burton is sent along to keep Yoh himself from taking part of the fight and getting harmed. Some white-dressed shamans - the ones seen in episode 25 - emerge next to a gigantic, robotic, angel-like creature and a blond man introduces them as the X-Laws, a sect devoted to erasing Hao and his followers from Earth.

In Japan, Yohmei reveals Hao dates back to a thousand years ago, when every Asakura member gave their best to defeat him, though it was too late, for he had already mastered god-like abilities, allowing him to manipulate his own life and reincarnate at will.

However, he explains the book is sealed and protected by Zenki and Kouki, two Shikigami loyal to Hao. Tamao accidentally breaks the seal and sets both creatures free, but Anna quickly learns how to tame them.

Meanwhile, Sharona is attacked by Tilda, a former school colleague and eternal rival, and has her guardian spirit, Enra Enra, stolen.

However, Sharona and her friends arrive and defeat Tilda, retrieving Enra Enra. Later, a man is seen bowing before Hao.

A little boy named Boris and his parents are seen fleeing from a horde of men with torches and swords. They are eventually surrounded at the edge of a cliff, where both parents are accused of vampirism and executed, but not before the mother is able to push Boris down to the river below, saving him.

Later, Yoh and the others find a church where they plan to spend the night and Ryu watches a vampire movie.

He ends up attacked by the man, who is revealed to be an actual vampire. Meanwhile, the X-Laws, aware of the presence of a follower of Hao in the area, isolate the town.

Concerned with Lyserg, Milly enters the city, followed by Elly, but the rest is prevented from following them. Ren deduces Ryu was attacked by a shaman sent by Hao, but Tokageroh rejects the idea, stating that the attacker vanished in the air, which is not a human ability.

Suddenly, Ryu awakes as a vampire and tries to attack Milly and Elly, but HoroHoro stops him with ice. Later, the boys take turns in watching over Ryu.

Meanwhile, the ice keeping Ryu melts much before expected following a sabotage by a spirit working for the priest, who is revealed to be a shaman serving the vampire.

Ryu breaks free and attacks HoroHoro, curing himself but turning his friend into a vampire. Lyserg them asks Yoh to promise him he will kill him if he ever becomes a vampire.

The priest lures Milly and Elly to a catacomb where he attempts to kill them, but he ends up killed by the vampire, who discards him as only human.

Yoh and the others reach the place and the vampire introduces himself as Boris Tepes Dracula. He is capable of vanishing and materializing with incredible speed and eventually bites Lyserg.

Meanwhile, the X-Laws march towards the church. Ryu and HoroHoro manage to attack Boris and send him to the cinema above the catacombs.

Yoh and Ren join them to defeat the vampire while Milly and Elly head back outside where the X-Laws reveal their plan to exterminate everyone inside the cinema so that Boris is erased.

Back inside, Ren deduces Boris is just a human with shamanic capabilities, explaining he just uses his guardian spirit to control other people and fool others into believing they are vampires, which explains why he can only control one victim at a time.

A third option would be to simply kill Lyserg and save Yoh. However, Yoh allows himself to be bitten and reveals he was embodied by Amidamaru, who subdued Blamuro when he attempted to take control of Yoh.

Ren goes further on his deductions and realize Boris uses blood as a medium for spirits of bats, and his blood-soaked mant is the secret behind his ability to vanish.

After realizing they were just ordinary humans, he spent his next years searching for Boris. He eventually found him as an adult standing by Hao and was killed to become his guardian spirit, which he happilly accepted.

Boris says he always though he controlled Blamuro against his will and leaves for the church, where he is attacked by the X-Laws. Yoh defends him, saying he has his own reasons and justice is not about killing.

He eventually says they are just like Hao, which infuriates them and ignites a lethal-force reaction. By the church entrance, they find the Lilly Five passed out following the fight with the X-Laws, and Ryu tries to show him how cruel they can be even to a little girl like Milly.

Lyserg replies that they received such treatment for being weak and ultimately leaves with his new group. Yoh and the others set Blamuro free to rejoin Boris in hell and leave.

Yoh and his friends reach a small city called YontaFe and discuss how they will resume their journey now that Lyserg joined the X-Laws and left them with nobody with similar information-finding skills.

They end up meeting Chocolove, an Afro-American shaman who offers himself to be their new member since most shamans are travelling in groups to raise their chances of survival.

He also says he is good in finding information, reveals he knows all their names and introduces Mick, the Jaguar , as his guardian spirit, which allows him to use its fine olfaction and speed.

However, he tells lots of unfunny jokes and does not seem strong, which causes the team to be reluctant about allowing him in the group.

Ren realizes they will have to kill both opponents to end the fight. Chocolove has a memory of his master back in New York City ending a hostage situation by simply telling the criminal a joke, which eventually caused him to peacefully surrender.

Later, Chocolove reveals a person named Lilirara lives in town and knows the location of the Patch Village. The doctor asks Anna to help him reuniting with Eliza and offers to help Yoh in return.

The group reaches the house of Lilirara, a descendant from the warriors of the Seminoa tribe, who fought on the last Shaman Fight years ago.

However, she tells them to go back home because the Patch prists lied to them and are organizing another Shaman Fight despite the "tragedy" brought during the previous one.

Using the power of five Seminoa spirits, she has the group feel the pain they felt years ago without actually hurting their bodies.

The group eventually questions why the warriors are willing to revive their own painful deaths over and over, and the Seminoa respond by engaging in a fight with them.

Yoh and his friends manage to defeat them and they head to the other world, freeing Lilirara from the Seminoa obligations.

On their way, they give them tips leading to the Patch Village. They eventually meet Jun and Pai Long, who went to the United States to check on Ren, and invite them to join them on their journey to find Yoh and the others.

On their way to the Patch Village, Yoh and the others end up in a canyon. There, they meet Lilly Five, who trick Yoh into telling them how to get to the village and leave without offering them a ride.

Meanwhile, Hao and Opacho watch from afar and the former tells the trio of girls seen in episode 21 to attack the group without killing Yoh.

He also confirms if they are "aware of Anna". Soon later, Anna and her group stumble upon him and he explains he wants the Chou Senji Ryakketsu to be delivered as fast as possible to Yoh so he can become stronger and aid him in the future.

Anna eventually tries to slap him, but she is blocked for the first time. However, she is able to hit him with her other hand. Hao leaves and once again asks her to deliver the teachings as fast as possible.

Later, they have Lilly Five give them a ride. Meanwhile, the three girls challenge Yoh and the others for a fight overseen by Hao and easily overcome the boys, defeating them all.

As they attempt to finish Yoh off, Anna emerges and saves him with Zenki and Kouki. Meanwhile, Lyserg is seen wearing his new X-Laws uniform and standing next to an iron maiden.

The blond X-Laws member says their master will bless him. She is reluctant about letting the others take part of this possibly deadly experience and getting involved with the Asakura affairs, but Yoh ends up joined by Ren, Horo-Horo, Ryu, Chocolove and Faust.

In the end, he bestows them with his power. Meanwhile, Hao meets Manta next to the training site and gives him similar explanations, which disturbs Manta, since he is only human.

The group comes back visibly shook-up. Suddenly, Jeanne, Lyserg and the blond X-Laws member drop from the sky and the latter puts the group to a sudden test, hitting them outright.

The iron maiden face opens, revealing the face of a little girl inside, who smiles and closes the face again. The group easily blocked the attack using their new, powerful and still shadowy oversouls.

Anna gives Yoh a small ancient sword sent by Yohmei. Manta notices Amidamaru is apparently disturbed with something. Meanwhile, Jeanne tells her subordinates to observe the group and the blond member and Lyserg are sent to accomplish the task.

As they discuss the possibility of Yoh and the others joining them, Hao appears and tells them Yoh is not willing to join neither him or the X-Laws and warns them to stop messing with his descendant.

Yoh contemplates his new sword while Amidamaru is still seemingly disturbed with something. Suddenlly, he instinctively points the way to the Patch Village.

Before they move, however, the female trio emerges and challenges them once again. Yoh, Ren and Ryu accept the challenge and this time the girls are easily overcome, despite the boys just using their ordinary oversouls.

Realizing the boys are much stronger, the girls unleash their oversouls at full power, growing them to a gigantic size. The boys respond by revealing their new, also gigantic oversouls and the two younger girls are defeated with just one hit each by Ren and Ryu.

Yoh, however, is initially unable to precisely control his new oversoul against the older woman. Using his new sword combined with Harusame, however, he is able to finally defeat his opponent.

Amidamaru feels he could become even greater and seems to be finally OK. At her church, Jeanne reveals her face again with another smile.

The girls are visibly frustrated with their defeat, and Anna explains they will always be limited by Hao, while Yoh is free to grow endlessly.

Hao suddenly materializes and congratulates Yoh on his evolution. After he leaves, Mikihisa emerges and confirms Hao and Yoh are twins. However, Hao was born already too powerful and avoided the attack, severely burning Mikihisa in the process which explains his bird mask.

Before leaving, he warned them Yoh was his other half and he would return to retrieve it one day. Meanwhile, Amidamaru starts a process of evolution after which he will reach a sacred spirit status.

They refuse, and the X-Laws attack them. Ren, Horo-Horo, Ryu and Chocolove become their opponents while Yoh waits for Amidamaru to be ready and Faust takes the rest to a safer point.

When Amidamaru is finally done, Yoh forms a new oversoul, Spirit of Sword, that takes the form of a giant light sword and defeats the angels.

The X-Laws leave and Anna explains Yoh has just learned how to use a double medium by incorporating Amidamaru in Harusame and then merging it with his new sword, which is called Futsu no Mitama no Tsurughi.

The episode starts with a brief speech by an Egyptian shaman about how Ancient Egypt was the place of birth of shamanism.

Then, Jeanne tells the blond X-Laws member now introduced as Marco she is willing to meet Yoh personally to try and change him. Meanwhile, Yoh and the others reach a town filled with Shaman Fight participants.

At a bar, Ren questions why so many shamans are gathered peacefully and a shaman next to them explains the town is being visited by many God-class Shamans and nobody would want to end up fighting one of them.

He also says the Shaman King must be perfect in everything. Ren is disturbed and leaves, only to be approached by Hao and offered a place in his group, which he refuses.

He shows up and clears up the misunderstanding. Everyone notices a commotion nearby and find the Egyptian shamans shown in the beginning of the episode, now identified as the Niles, subduing Zenryou and intending to use them as baits to attract and defeat Hao.

After a bitter speech by Lyserg about justice which shocks his former team mates, Anatel breaks free and unleashes his oversoul formed by 10, feathers embodied by the souls of the ones who built the Pyramids.

Unable to attack all feathers, Lyserg decides to apply lethal force in Anatel, but Yoh tells him not to do so and the attack stops.

Lyserg tries to blame Morphine but Marco and Jeanne believe he hesitated. Jeanne then decides to personally finish the battle and finally steps out of her iron maiden.

Everyone is shocked to see she is just a little girl embraced by thorny roots. She explains she chose to be trapped in the cage and to be continually pierced by the thorns so that she suffers for the sins of humankind and is given the strength to make the world a better place in return.

Using her gigantic guardian spirit, Shamash , she easily subdues the Niles and offers them a chance of repentance.

They refuse and are consequently executed. Later, Marco punishes Lyserg and says he deliberately stopped the attack after hearing Yoh.

A little boy called Pino flees from a group of people who want to offer him to Badb and takes shelter inside an ice cave , where he meets the goddess in its crow form and is asked if he wants her to be his.

Ryu, Faust and a reluctant Yoh become their opponents. The Icemen launch a combined attack, but Faust blocks it with his new oversoul, Mephisto E. His purpose of life fulfilled, he swore loyalty to her and Yoh out of gratitude.

Ryu also manages to block a combined attack and explains he will also protect Yoh and help him become Shaman King because he believes Yoh will create a better world.

While exploring it, they are taken to a place where they see a large column of light. Soon after, Yoh wakes up in a ghost town where he finds Ren, HoroHoro, Ryu, Chocolove and Faust passed out on a tree protected by an invisible shield.

Yoh tries to break the shield while a voice tells him to go away until he suddenly wakes up again next to Silva, who welcomes him to the Patch village.

Yoh meets his friends including Anna, Manta, Jun and Tamao, who reached the location via other means and Hao approaches them, explaining that the column of light is the Great Spirit, an entity that gathers all formless souls and serves both as the source and final destination of all spirits on Earth.

Goldva the female leader of the Patches announces the rules of the Second Round and all shamans must form groups of three in order to compete.

Two kids are seen angrily watching Jun from afar.

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