Zero no Tsukaima: Futatsuki no Kishi

The Familiar of Zero: Knight of the Twin Moons

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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~
English: The Familiar of Zero: Knight of the Twin Moons
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Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 9, 2007 to Sep 24, 2007
Premiered: Summer 2007
Broadcast: Mondays at 00:30 (JST)
Licensors: Sentai Filmworks
Studios: J.C.Staff
Source: Light novel
Genres: ActionAction, AdventureAdventure, ComedyComedy, FantasyFantasy, RomanceRomance, EcchiEcchi
Themes: HaremHarem, IsekaiIsekai, SchoolSchool
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 7.431 (scored by 290234290,234 users)
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Ranked: #19392
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Popularity: #385
Members: 466,710
Favorites: 1,225

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Revered as heroes for their role in defending Tristain, Louise Françoise and her familiar Saito Hiraga face heavy pressure to continue protecting the Kingdom. With an uneasy peace now established within Albion, the newly crowned Queen Henrietta must deal with a political struggle brewing on the horizon. To make matters worse, a new villain has begun plotting in the shadows against the Crown.

With the continuing threats that face the Kingdom, Louise and Saito are compelled to work together once more. No longer "Louise the Zero," the young mage's newfound aptitude for Void magic gives her enough power to wipe out an entire village; however, wielding these abilities comes with its share of challenges. As more conflicts arise, the idea of placing honor above oneself is put into question—regardless of their answer, their only choice is to see it through until the end.

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Characters & Voice Actors


Kou, Yuu
Takahashi, Tsuyoshi
Sound Director
Takashima, Daisuke
Episode Director
Suzuki, Youhei
Episode Director, Storyboard


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

Oct 9, 2007
moozooh (All reviews)
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 start the series here, but I'll try to appraise its own merits as well.

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 (most notably Agnes) take up quite an amount of screen time with their own subplots, leaving less for the overall story. read more
Nov 29, 2007
jet2r0cks (All reviews)
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
Apr 16, 2008
Pontifus (All reviews)
I thought Zero no Tsukaima would provide nothing more than shallow entertainment, and I was quite wrong ... but its sequel, I decided, couldn't possibly live up to the standard set by the original. After all, Zero's effectiveness as a story may have been a fluke, a fortunate accident.

Fluke it was not, all told. I'd still recommend the series to anyone whose tastes seem to run in the general direction of fantasy/harem romance/politics. But despite its strong latter episodes, Futatsuki no Kishi does suffer from a few weaknesses its predecessor managed to keep to a minimum or avoid entirely.

Plot: Again we join Louise and her read more
May 14, 2008
Nightships (All reviews)
As a sequel to the highly entertaining Zero no Tsukaima, I had expected a continuation of the first season with more fleshed out stories, more character development, and just overall better material than what Futatsuki no Kishi provided. Don't get me wrong, the second season doesn't fail, it still provides a decent story with plenty of comedy and lplenty of fan service to back it up, but what Futatsuki mainly lacks is consistency. I feel as though Futatsuki could have stood alone as an entirely different series, as it seems as though if the characters were placed in a situation where they met read more

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