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Divine Gate is a Japanese animated television series which debuted in 2016 and is based upon the massively popular smartphone video game of the same name. The series is set in a fantasy and science fiction world where a powerful device known as the Divine Gate was opened. Once this mystic seal was broken the dimensions beyond human comprehension merged with the human world, ushering in a age of destruction, war and madness.

Sometime after this disastrous occurrence a organization known as the World Council was created to restore order to the war torn world. The World Council accomplishes it's aims through the use of magically endowed "Adapters" who act as their rank and file soldiers.

When a relatively new, brash recruit named Akane, a fire adapter who seeks to use the World Council to achieve his goal of reaching the fable Divine Gate, meets the reclusive and dangerous water user with a troubled past, Aoto, they strike up a tenuous friendship that will lead both on a treacherous quest. A quest to uncover the location of the Divine Gate, the device that tore the worlds apart and is said to be able to allow those who master its arcane mysteries to remake the world.

Divine Gate is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (12 episodes). The series first aired on January 8, 2016.

Divine Gate is available for streaming on the website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Divine Gate on demand atAmazon, Hulu, Google Play, iTunes online.

Friday 10:30 PM et/pt on Tokyo MX
1 Season, 12 Episodes
January 8, 2016
Action & Adventure, Animation & Cartoon, Science Fiction
Cast: Chris Burnett, Joel McDonald, Patrick Mölleken, J. Michael Tatum
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Divine Gate Full Episode Guide

  • Led by the spirit of the key, Akane, Midori, and Aoto reaches the front of the Gate. There, the Key gives them the option to choose their own fate. However, they quickly learn that the Divine Gate is much more than just something that grants wishes...

  • With "despair" being the key to the Divine Gate, both Akane and Midori's loss of their significant person tragically gives them access to the Gate as well. However, Aoto is up for more despair as he faces his twin brother, Ariton.

  • Akane, Midori, and Aoto are separated from their advisers and magically find themselves acting in a play, conspired by Loki and Shakespeare. As they are forced to play their part, they each meet someone who they've been looking for...

  • Akane and the team were able to escape the collapsing Divine Gate, but Arthur has gone missing and the World Council has imposed a martial law to find everyone. Meanwhile, Loki joins the Geniuses of Divine and has something else up his sleeve.

  • Lead by Arthur, the Knights of Round and the Adapters from the Academy head for the Divine Gate. Arthur explains that his wish is to destroy the Gate and return the world to its original state. However, Loki and Oz stand in their way to stop them.

  • Arthur finally decides to go find the Divine Gate. He asks the members of the Knights of Rounds as well as the select few from the Academy to join him on this expedition. However, Loki and Oz set out on their own mission as well in response.

  • Akane and the team go to an abandoned section for special training. During the latter part of their training, they meet a group called "The Defiers." Hybrid of human and animals, they have super strengths, and begins attacking Akane and the team.

  • Concerned about Aoto's emotional disconnect, Akane and Midori look him up on the academy server, but his information were classified. Determined, the two steal Undine's access pass and finds out that Aoto is a suspect of the Blue Christmas massacre.

  • The memory of her and her friend is the reason why Midori pursues the Divine Gate. When Arthur announced that they will start the search of the Divine Gate, Midori has mixed feelings; She wants to find the answer to her question, but she is also afraid.