Shinkyoku Soukai Polyphonica
All Shinkyoku Soukai Polyphonica released episodes
Prelude: The Crimson Spirit
While getting his motorbike fixed, Phoron and Corticarte decide to tour the town. They see a girl sitting on a bench in a park looking puzzled, and Phoron decides to approach her. The girl, Misaki, wonders if she should get her grandmother's memento from the house where she used to live before she died. Phoron and Corticarte encourage Misaki to get it.
The Watching Spirit
A woman by the name of Maura Ren comes to Tsuge Divine Music Player Office and asks Eufinley to get rid of a spirit that has been peeping in her house. Eufinley sends Renbart to investigate while Phoron and Corticarte are sent to help with some demolition work.
The Left-Behind Item On the Ocean Bed
Tsuge's office gets a request to recover lost object from a sunken ship. The object is a test between two brothers over the inheritance of their father's company. The opponent's side also requests Divine Music player, but who is he?
The Day It All Began
Upon taking out their father's memento, the Yugiri twins remember the day they went to visit Torvas Divine Song Players Academy before entering the academy to study. They meet Phoron and Eufinley for the first time. Later, Perserte finds that she left her father's memento in the changing room, so the twins retrieve it. After they find the memento, Prinesca hears Phoron singing. At the same time, Corticarte goes berserk from Phoron's singing voice and breaks free from her prison.
Affannato: The Bond of Betrayal
Suzuna thinks Kochino, her spirit, has left her and made contract with another Dantist. She goes to Tsuge Divine Music Player Office and asks the group to investigate. It turned out that Kochino made a contract with a Dantist a year before she made a contract with Suzuna. The former Dantist was in a band and when Kochino was there, they were popular, but the former Dantist was so involved in their popularity that his soul got warped and divine songs are a player's soul. So she broke the contract.
Scherzo: The Reason to Be Together
Eufinley gets a phone call from another Divine Music Player Office asking Renbart to transfer to their office. Meanwhile, Phoron falls into a river and catches a cold while helping Aria to find her runaway cat as a volunteer work, so Eufinley tells Renbart to help Aria find her cat instead. While Prinesca and Phoron are worried if Renbart will transfer or not, Perserte and Corticarte fight with each other trying to take care of the sick Phoron.
Violenza: Black Pursuers
In their day off, the Tsuge Office gets a visitor. Yamna, Phoron's old friend from school, comes to ask for help because a mysterious and persistent tall man and a little girl in black have been pursuing him ever since he found a strange suitcase during work. At the end, on the way home Phoron and Corticarte are holding each other hands. (The girl in black and the large man are featured in the end credits. They are characters from the Black Series and show up in later episodes.)
Serenade: Between Human and Spirit
One day in school, Prinesca receives a love letter in her locker. Her office mates encourage Prinesca to meet the guy when Perserte tells them. However, she seems to be worried with something when she saw the letter, and Corticarte appears to have something on her mind as well.
Serenade: The Tale of a Divine Song Player
Phoron seems to be in a slump about his inability to play Commandia well lately, and Corticarte is worried about it. Eufinley tells Corticarte to find a composer named Zare to see if he can help with Phoron's depressed state or not.
Ballade: What Comes After Hatred
Akatsuki and Mailreit injure Renbart's hand during a demolition work, so Phoron and Corticarte are sent to replace Renbart until the job's done. However, it seems that Akatsuki is protecting the house and doing every possible to prevent the group from tearing it down. Could the old burnt house have something to do with Akatsuki's past and why he hates Mailreit?
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