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Did Platinum End get Cancelled?

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Did Platinum End get Cancelled? Unfortunately, there will not be a season 2 of Platinum End because the anime adaptation is slated to completely adapt the original manga series by Tsugumi Ohba.

Does Saki get wings? Revel abandons his quest for knowledge and instead accepts the mantle of Revel, god of emotions, and his first-grade angel status means Saki now has her own wings.

What happened at the end of Platinum End? That’s really how it ends? Shuji decides that there is no point to having a god, so he kills himself to make the red arrows disappear, because it will make Yoneda become aware that “the creature” is gone. But, by killing himself, he inadvertently wipes out the heavens and all life on Earth.

Who are the 13 angels in Platinum End?

  • Mirai Kakehashi.
  • Saki Hanakago.
  • Gaku Yoneda.
  • Yuri Temari.
  • Masaya Hoshi.
  • Manami Yumiki.
  • Mizukiyo Minamikawa.
  • Sayuri.

Did Platinum End get Cancelled? – Related Questions

 

What is the highest position in angel?

Tradition places seraphim in the highest rank in Christian angelology and in the fifth rank of ten in the Jewish angelic hierarchy. A seminal passage in the Book of Isaiah (Isaiah 6:1–8) used the term to describe six-winged beings that fly around the Throne of God crying “holy, holy, holy”.

Has Platinum End ended?

Manga. Platinum End, written by Tsugumi Ohba and illustrated by Takeshi Obata, was serialized in Shueisha’s monthly shōnen manga magazine Jump Square from Novem, to Janu. The series’ chapters were collected into fourteen tankōbon volumes, released from Febru, to Febru.

Does Mirai fall in love with Nasse?

Mirai is horrified, and Nasse suggests that, if he doesn’t believe her, he can use his arrow to force them to confess. Arriving at his aunt’s home, Mirai uses shoots his aunt with the arrow, causing her to instantly fall in love with him.

How did Meyza become special rank?

History. She was formerly an unranked angel that got promoted straight to special-rank through some unknown means. She found Kanade when he was grieving before his sister death and decided to commit suicide.

Who was controlling Metropoliman?

Kanade Uryu (生流奏, Uryū Kanade?), also known as Metropoliman (メトロポリマン, Metoroporiman?), was the first major antagonist of Platinum End. He was a human who got selected by the angel Meyza to be a God candidate.

Why is Nasse a special-rank angel?

Nasse (ナッセ, Nasse?), or the Angel of Purity (純度の天使, Jundo no Tenshi?), was a special-rank angel. She was one of the thirteen angels who selected Mirai Kakehashi as her God candidate. Her primary reason for choosing him was to help him achieve happiness.

Who does Mirai end up with in Platinum End?

What Happens at the End of Platinum End? Mirai Kakehashi attempts to commit suicide but is saved by Nasse, an angel. She gives Mirai Kakehashi two arrows, and a pair wings in exchange for his not dying. Soon it is revealed that the God who created the universe is now in mortal peril.

Who is the main villain in Platinum End?

Kanade Uryu (生流奏, Uryū Kanade?), also known as Metropoliman (メトロポリマン, Metoroporiman?), was the first major antagonist of Platinum End.

Is Nasse evil in Platinum End?

Is Nasse Evil in Platinum End? Ultimately, evil is subjective. While Nasse is certainly not evil to Mirai or his allies, it’s easy to see why she would be seen as evil to anybody else. The first piece of evidence for Nasse not being evil is that Nasse followed Mirai before God announced the need for a successor.

Does Metropoliman become God?

In the heavenly battle royale for the throne of God, each God candidate must be ready to lay down their lives for victory, and the mighty Metropoliman was in the lead to become the new God.

Is Platinum End connected to Death Note?

Platinum End, an anime series based on a manga of the same name by Death Note creators Tsugumi Ohba (writer) and Takeshi Obata (illustrator), returns to these same ideas but uses a new, equally impossible premise to explore them.

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