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Reborn!

TV14 • Anime, Animation, International • TV Series • 2006

Tsuna, a timid junior high student, is a failure at school, sports, and social life. But everything around Tsuna has been completely changed when a ba...more

Tsuna, a timid junior high student, is a failure at school, sports, and social life. But everything around Tsuna has been completely changed when a ba...more

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8 seasons available (203 episodes)

8 seasons available

(203 episodes)

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Episode 178

(Sub) The Primo Family Arrives!

Reborn disappears after telling Tsuna and the others to bring Yuni and meet him back in front of Irie’s device. Tsuna and his friends are flung ten years into the past to Namimori. They see that Reborn has brought the Arcobaleno and realize they were brought to the past to be tutored by the Arcobaleno. But what exactly are they going to do? Just then, with the power of Yuni’s prayers and the Arcobaleno’s pacifiers, Vongola Primo appears out of the Vongola Ring! The first generation Vongola Family begins to evaluate whether Tsuna and the gang are worthy of succeeding the Vongola Family’s true powers.
Episode 179

(Sub) Inheritance Begins

Tsuna and his friends still have no clue what will be on the first generation’s succession test, but the Arcobaleno all start tutoring the crew in their own ways. Colonnello makes plans to toughen up Yamamoto, while Fong decides to first observe Gokudera’s personality. Skull is getting nowhere, and it seems Mammon hasn’t gotten anything done yet. Even worse is Verde, who hasn’t even shown his face. Will they be okay at this rate? While Tsuna and his friends are stressing about the test, the first generation Guardian of the Rain Ring, Asari Ugetsu appears before them!
Episode 180

(Sub) The Duty of the Guardian of Rain

Although Yamamoto won against the first generation Rain Guardian, Asari Ugetsu, he ended up being disqualified. Yamamoto is shocked. The rest of the crew doesn’t understand why he was disqualified, though Asari Ugetsu says that Tsuna should know why. Tsuna thinks about it but can’t quite figure it out. Yamamoto is hard on himself and becomes even more depressed. Then, Colonnello says that Yamamoto must solve this problem himself or it will have been for naught.
Episode 181

(Sub) Furious Bolt of Lightning

It’s Lambo’s turn to take his succession test, which takes place at an amusement park. The first generation Lightning Guardian, Lampo, is very lazy, and he decides on an extremely random task. He says he will deem Lambo worthy of inheriting his power if he can complete the stamp rally in the park and make it back to Lampo. The crew thinks this should be an easy task to clear, but Lambo gets completely absorbed in the attractions at the park and forgets about his succession test. But the amusement park feels a little weird. Reborn and the rest of the crew begin to think that Lambo’s tutor, Verde, who has yet to show up at all, has something to do with it…
Episode 182

(Sub) Silent Storm

Yamamoto’s and Lambo’s tests are finished, and Gokudera starts getting impatient for his turn. Fong tells him to calm down, but Gokudera doesn’t want to hear that. In order to prepare for his upcoming succession test, Gokudera opens his Box Weapon to train with Uri, but Uri is disobedient as usual and runs away. While Gokudera is running around looking for Uri, another Gokudera appears before Fong! When Tsuna and his friends see the person pretending to be Gokudera, they sense that something is out of place, but then their super intuition is sealed!
Episode 183

(Sub) Aloof Cloud

There are three remaining succession tests. Ryohei is raring to take his test, but Hibari’s turn comes before his. But when the Cloud Guardian Alaude tells Hibari that the succession test is not a battle, Hibari loses all interest. The rest of the crew tries to motivate Hibari, but Hibari is being difficult. Just then, Ryohei says he’ll take care of it as the eldest of the group and furiously starts trying to convince Hibari. Ryohei doesn’t give up, no matter how many times Hibari brushes him off. And then, finally, Hibari gets so irritated that he takes out his Tonfa!
Episode 184

(Sub) Sunny Then Cloudy

Skull arrives on a giant fighter aircraft to try to convince Hibari, but he fails and starts randomly shooting missiles in desperation. But Hibari attacks with his Box Weapon, Cloud Hedgehog, and makes a hole in Skull’s aircraft. Air starts leaking out of the aircraft, and it slowly begins to fall. It looks like it’s going to fall right onto Namimori Middle School! Even Hibari freezes up, but the man wielding Sun Flames makes a move! What will become of Hibari’s inheritance succession test?
Episode 185

(Sub) The Trap Is Set

Chrome and Tsuna are the only ones left to take their inheritance succession tests. But Tsuna hears from Kyoko and Haru that Chrome is nowhere to be found. Worried, Tsuna and his friends make their way to Kokuyo Land to see what is going on. The gang runs into Ken and Chikusa along the way, who say that Chrome is back but acting strange. They rush over to Chrome, who bursts into tears and says she doesn’t want to fight anymore. Tsuna feels bad for having dragged her into some tough situations, but he doesn’t quite know what to say to her.
Episode 186

(Sub) Bewitching Mist

Kyoko and Haru are taken hostage as part of the first-generation Guardian of the Mist Ring, Daemon Spade’s scheme. He had been spying on Tsuna and his friends for a while now, and he determined that Kyoko and Haru could be valuable hostages. What exactly does Daemon Spade want from the gang? And why would a member of the first-generation Family do such a terrible thing? Tsuna and his friends are confused, but Daemon Spade begins to speak to them with a confident grin on his face. He says that he would free his hostages if Tsuna and the others became the ideal Vongola inheritors. What could Daemon Spade’s true intention be?
Episode 187

(Sub) Memories of Betrayal

Tsuna and his friends are trapped and forced to fight illusory opponents that look exactly like them. These illusions have Daemon’s voice and reflect his intentions, and they attack the gang to try to change them to match Daemon Spade’s ideal. His ideal Vongola Family is a mafia organization with the powerful ability to control and take over the enemy and keep growing stronger. Will Tsuna and his friends be able to win against Daemon Spade and stand firm in their convictions? In the middle of the battle, Daemon Spade tells them about his act of betrayal…
Episode 188

(Sub) Primo's Will

Daemon Spade continues to show a will to fight even when he is under pressure from Tsuna and the gang. He insists on a one-on-one fight against Tsuna. While fighting, Daemon explains how he feels about the Vongola Family. Tsuna listens to him, and while he defends himself against Daemon’s attacks, he does not go on the offense. Gokudera can’t bear to watch any longer, and he tries to back Tsuna up. But Reborn stops him and says that this is the boss’s fight, and they must not get involved. The Guardians hold their breaths and watch from the sidelines. Tsuna continues to endure Daemon’s attacks and then speaks of his unchanging conviction…
Episode 189

(Sub) The Family's Resolve

Tsuna and his friends successfully obtain their inheritance, and they go back to the future. Yuni and Reborn are there to take back the pacifier they had left with Lal. Reborn tells Lal all about what Tsuna and the gang went through in their succession tests. But through all the adversity, Tsuna and his friends were able to embody their roles as Vongola Decimo and his Guardians. As a result, the gang was not only able to obtain their inheritance, but also strengthen the bond of the group and prepare themselves in face of the battles ahead.
Episode 190

(Sub) The Real Six Funeral Wreaths Attack!

Tsuna and his friends are nervous about when the real six Funeral Wreaths would come after them. The Flame Ring Teleportation System had been damaged, but it’s not completely destroyed. Giannini and Spanner are closely observing the base’s security system. Meanwhile, Hibari and Dino are keeping watch at Nami Middle. And Squalo uses the base’s communication system to seek the Varia’s support. Just then, the Flame Ring Teleportation System appears in the sky, accompanied by some ominous sounds. Six lights scatter upon Namimori Town. The real six Funeral Wreaths finally arrive!
Episode 191

(Sub) Open Carnage Box

Tsuna and his friends run into Mr. Kawahira. Mr. Kawahira is a regular at the ramen shop where I-Pin works ten years in the future. Tsuna and the gang remember hearing his name from the future I-Pin when she arrived using the Ten-Year Bazooka. For some reason, Mr. Kawahira knows about the real six Funeral Wreaths, and he tells the gang that he will give them refuge. It all seems kind of suspicious, but Tsuna and his friends decide to take Mr. Kawahira up on his offer. Meanwhile, at Namimori Middle, the battle between Daisy, Dino, and Hibari gets off to a start!
Episode 192

(Sub) Alaude's Handcuffs

Hibari’s Vongola Box Weapon is shaped like handcuffs. Daisy is surprised to see a Vongola Box Weapon for the first time. The real six Funeral Wreaths know about Tsuna and the gang’s special attacks because Byakuran provided them with information from the parallel worlds. However, the Vongola Boxes only exist in this world, so they have not obtained any information on them. But Daisy laughs and says these weapons are very suitable for him. What does he mean by that? Tsuna and his friends are hiding at Kawahira Real Estate, and when Dino stops corresponding from Nami Middle, they find themselves completely in the dark about the battle going on there.
Episode 193

(Sub) Daemon Spade's Devil Lens

Gamma rescues Yuni, who was captured by Torikabuto. Despite having fought Gokudera and the others as leader of the Millefiore, Gamma is now here only for the sake of protecting his boss, Yuni. Even Nosaru and Tazaru are happy to serve Yuni in combat. But Gamma can’t exercise his full power potential because his Mare Ring was stolen. Gamma still puts himself on the line and does everything within his power to protect Yuni. Torikabuto draws near to Gamma and Yuni, and just then, Tsuna appears before them!
Episode 194

(Sub) The Final Battle Begins

Byakuran orders that Ghost, the last of the real six Funeral Wreaths, be released from Vindice’s prison. But when Iris comes to get Ghost, Vindice says that he has already been released, and he shows her a video of a different man being released. Who is this man who deceived the fearsome Vindice and was set free instead of Ghost? Meanwhile, Tsuna and his friends hide in the forest at Yuni’s suggestion. Gokudera seems to have gotten hurt pretty bad ly. Then, when dawn is about to break, Yuni predicts that their final battle is about to start.
Episode 195

(Sub) G's Archery

Kikyo and his comrades planned to surround the Vongola and attack from three corners, but when he hears an explosion from somewhere in the forest, he stops advancing for the moment. Kikyo says the battle has begun, but he looks pretty confident as he gazes in the direction of the explosion. He thinks the Vongola will have no chance of winning once Zakuro starts fighting for real. Gokudera is extremely worn out from fighting, but then he sees Zakuro in action and is absolutely astonished by Zakuro’s power. Gokudera has strengthened his resolve up until now, but will he be able to come through in this battle?
Episode 196

(Sub) Lampo's Shield

With the help of Uri, Gokudera hits Zakuro with one solid attack. But just then, Bluebell shows up to fight him too! Gokudera doesn’t have the strength left in him to move, let alone fight another battle. As Bluebell is about to finish him off, Gokudera gets backup from someone unexpected. Meanwhile, Kikyo comes to the marsh where Ryohei, Basil, Lambo, Nosaru, and Tazaru are hiding. These battles between the Millefiore and Vongola will require a lot from everyone involved!
Episode 197

(Sub) Knuckle's Maximum Break

Lambo employs his Vongola Box’s power to defeat Kikyo’s Box Weapon, Nuvola Velociraptor. But Lambo, exhausted from exerting himself, falls asleep soon after, and Kikyo takes this opportunity to get back at him by opening his Carnage Box! The intensification of the Cloud flames spawns countless Spinosaurus heads. Basil, Nosaru, and Tazaru cannot possibly take all of them on. Just then, Ryohei stands up and announces that he will beat Kikyo in three minutes—the equivalent of a boxing round. The time has come for Ryohei to exercise his Vongola Box’s power!
Episode 198

(Sub) The Last Real Funeral Wreath

The battle between the Varia and the duo Zakuro and Bluebell is only getting more intense. Tsuna, who can only worry from afar, begins to sense that something terrible has happened. Reborn doesn’t help his angst when he says that the Varia may be strong, but their chances against the superhuman real six Funeral Wreaths are slim. Over at the scene of the battle, the Varia are indeed struggling against the real six Funeral Wreaths. Bel, Levi, and Lussuria have been captured by one of Bluebell’s attacks, and even Xanxus is hit by Kikyo’s Spinosaurus.
Episode 199

(Sub) Ghost Awakens

The last real six Funeral Wreath, Ghost, finally arrives when things are most intense. His body is twice the size of a normal person, and it radiates light as though it is electrically charged. He also looks identical to Byakuran. Everyone is astonished by the sight of this unexpected last Funeral Wreath, and even Kikyo seems rattled. Gokudera, Basil, and Ryohei launch a preemptive strike with an attack that combines all of their Box Weapons!
Episode 200

(Sub) Sky Full of Desire

The battle between Tsuna’s Deathperation Point Zero Revised and Ghost comes to an end, but something doesn’t seem right. Tsuna absorbed Ghost’s flames, but his own flame power has not increased at all. Where did all of Ghost’s flame energy go? Finally, Byakuran arrives on the scene! But the guardians and the Varia are too exhausted after Ghost took their flame energy. Just then, the extent of Ghost’s true power is shown at the hands of Byakuran!
Episode 201

(Sub) Precious Moments in Time

Tsuna is almost crushed by Byakuran’s power. The two of them keep firing back at each other with increasingly bigger Deathperation Flames. Then, out of nowhere, Tsuna’s and Byakuran’s rings begin to resonate very loudly. Yuni is in hiding far away from them, but her pacifier starts to fire Deathperation Flames and make the same noise as well. Reborn thinks that the Sky elements are contacting one another. Yuni floats up into the air, and she is taken in the direction of Byakuran and Tsuna against her will. Yuni seems to be headed for danger. What is happening?!
Episode 202

(Sub) Sea. Clam. Rainbow.

Byakuran is surprised at Vongola Primo’s unexpected visit. Apparently, his arrival could not be foreseen even with Byakuran’s access to parallel worlds. Yuni explains to Byakuran why Vongola Primo has come. The reason has something to do with the Sky elements of the 73 policy. Vongola Primo says that he is there to unleash them. He seems to be referring to the Vongola rings, but will this provide Tsuna the opportunity to power up?
Episode 203

(Sub) To a New Future

The long battle in the future finally comes to an end. However, the group has suffered some major losses. Tsuna begins to have doubts that this devastating battle was as important as he had thought. Just then, the Arcobaleno comes up with a way to bring everything back to normal with the information they received from Yuni’s flames. With this solution, Byakuran’s evil doings would be erased from the past. Not only that, the past in which people perished at the hands of Byakuran would be changed so that their lives would not be lost. A new past would be born, and it would lead to a brighter future.

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