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Zero no Tsukaima: Futatsuki no Kishi

Alternative Titles

English: The Familiar of Zero: Knight of the Twin Moons
Synonyms: Zero's Familiar 2nd Series, Zero no Tsukaima S2, The Familiar of Zero: The Rider of the Twin Moons
Japanese: ゼロの使い魔 ~双月の騎士~


Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 9, 2007 to Sep 24, 2007
Premiered: Summer 2007
Broadcast: Unknown
Licensors: Sentai Filmworks
Studios: J.C.Staff
Source: Light novel
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 7.761 (scored by 138,730 users)
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Ranked: #9242
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Popularity: #144
Members: 207,003
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Episodes: /12


This sequel is a continuation of the previous season, not long after the war. Louise and Saito seemingly getting along now since she knows that he had given up his only chance to return to Tokyo for her. The story continues as Louise begins to use Void Magic from a mysterious secret book she had recieved from her majesty Henrietta, while a new villain has appeared in town causing trouble.

(Source: ANN)


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Characters & Voice Actors

Le Blanc de La Vallière, Louise Françoise
Le Blanc de La Vallière, Louise Françoise
Kugimiya, Rie
Kugimiya, Rie
Hiraga, Saito
Hiraga, Saito
Hino, Satoshi
Hino, Satoshi
de Tristain, Henrietta
de Tristain, Henrietta
Kawasumi, Ayako
Kawasumi, Ayako
d'Orléans, Charlotte Hélène
d'Orléans, Charlotte Hélène
Inokuchi, Yuka
Inokuchi, Yuka


Kou, Yuu
Kou, Yuu
Takahashi, Tsuyoshi
Takahashi, Tsuyoshi
Sound Director
Suzuki, Youhei
Suzuki, Youhei
Episode Director, Storyboard
Kugimiya, Rie
Kugimiya, Rie
Theme Song Performance

More episodes Episodes(12/12)

Episode Title Aired
1 Her Majesty, the Queen's Zero
Joou Heika no Zero (女王陛下のゼロ)
Jul 9, 2007
2 The Oath of Wind and Water
Kaze to Mizu no Chikai (風と水の誓い)
Jul 16, 2007
3 The Paladin's Sword
Seishokusha no Ken (聖職者の剣)
Jul 23, 2007
4 The Three Vallière Sisters
Valliere no Sanshimai (ヴァリエールの三姉妹)
Jul 30, 2007
5 The Spy's Seal
Kanchou no Kokuin (間諜の刻印)
Aug 6, 2007

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"Suki!? Kirai!? Suki!!! (スキ!? キライ!? スキ!!!)" by Kugimiya Rie

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Oct 9, 2007
Well, I suppose it's inevitable that Futatsuki no Kishi, being a second season of Zero no Tsukaima, will be compared to the first in one way or another, especially since it's pointless to watch one without another, but I'll try to appraise its own merits as well.

First of all, as implied by the ending of the first season, FnK is a direct continuation of the story. Several new characters are introduced almost immediately, and, while I don't have anything against them, I'd like to point out that they (Agnes, particularly) take up quite an amount of screen time with their own subplots, leaving less for read more
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Nov 29, 2007
5 WORDS OR LESS REVIEW: Needs a third season

As a whole, Zero no Tsukaima’s first season seems better than the second season. If I didn’t like the first season, then that would mean that I probably wouldn’t like the second season, right? Then how come I like the second season more than the first? Read on and I’ll tell you why.

The story obviously needed work. I think the problem was that they tried to fit in many different storylines at a time. There was Saito and Louise’s relationship, the ongoing war with Albion and there was Anies’ story too. Each story would have been potentially read more
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Aug 7, 2015
[b]ZnT: Futatsuki no Kishi[/b]
This season was almost just the same like the first one, except that in this one Saito and Louise gets closer.

The problem with the story of this seasons is that they wanted to put too much content at the same time, and for me it was messy, we had Saito and Louise realation, the war with albion and Agnes story that keeps going later; What i hated is that f**king act from Louise and Saito hating each other (and that's mostly Louise fault) and then loving eachother like if they (the writer) can't bring comedy with another thing and i never laughed read more
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Oct 19, 2014
[Note: This review encompasses all four seasons of Familiar of Zero. This is also a rewrite of a previous review in an attempt to simplify or cut back excessive material.]

Familiar of Zero was J.C. Staff’s fantasy action show produced and released in small, little seasons throughout the years between 2006 and 2012. Combined, the entire show is 49 episodes long. Now this would be fine if they had interesting, entertaining content to fill up this 20 hour timeslot.


We open in a magic school in a generic fantasy setting, where a magician named Louise is not very good at magic. Since she can only produce small read more
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