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{{nihongo|'''Sacrifice'''|サクリファイス|Sakurifaisu}} is the seventh episode of [[Ultraman Geed (series)|Ultraman Geed]].
 
{{nihongo|'''Sacrifice'''|サクリファイス|Sakurifaisu}} is the seventh episode of [[Ultraman Geed (series)|Ultraman Geed]].
   

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"What does it really take to be a hero? I still don't know. But now, there's a few things i'm sure of. You fight smartly, so that you win, looking good. And you risk your life to protect the people you care about. At the time... I couldn't do either of those things."

―Riku's narration at the end of the episode.

Sacrifice (サクリファイス Sakurifaisu) is the seventh episode of Ultraman Geed.

Summary

TBA

Plot

Having kept his eyes on Leito and Zero, Kei decided to get rid of them due to being unnecessary components for his plan.

Haruo yells in frustration from failing to win an entrance to Kei Fukuide's lecture, so much so that he decided to left the business to Laiha and Riku. Leito brought his family to the Ginga Market and Kei pays his visit, giving all of them an access to his upcoming lecture. Back at the Nebula House, Riku suggest Pega to seek inspiration in Kei when the latter decided to become a novelist instead of making fake flowers while Laiha sensed something off earlier from the writer. Zero at the same time finds suspicion in Cosmo Chronicle due to something familiar and urged Leito to read it further.

On the day of the lecture, the Igaguri family and Ginga Market workers came as promised. Pega tries to ask Kei by silence but the author sends an eerie glare that frighten the young alien. Zero consult Riku of Kei being an alien, since the Cosmo Chronicle is based on his past adventures with his role as the villain. At the conference, Kei decided to publish the third volume of Cosmo Chronicle that would feature the death of Zora (Zero's character). Leito was called by Kei to the front stage and it was then where Zero completely took over when Kei slips in. Using his lecture, Kei threatened Zero to stand on his place or else he rigged the explosion and killed all audiences. His true plan is to kill both Leito and Zero himself.

Unveiling a Kaiju Capsule (to which he proclaims as a model for the third Cosmo Chronicle), he used it to summon Galactron and caused panic among audiences. They tried to escape but realised that the building is locked from within. Although Riku and Laiha tried to face Kei, Zero warned them that their actions are recorded by a camera. To make things worse, Zero can't fight the monster due to his current shape. This forced Riku to jump outside and transforms into Ultraman Geed. Laiha took this chance to interrogate if Kei was the monster assailant that attacked her entire town but he refused. Urged by Kei, Zero took the heat ray attack from Galactron in exchange for Geed and the audiences' safety. After bidding farewell, Zero dissolved by the incoming attack and his transformation device petrified in the process. Geed attacks Galactron again but only damaged its left arm.

Ultra Capsule Navi

  • Riku: "Ultra Capsule Navi! Here are today's capsules!"
  • Geed Riser: Ultraman Orb Spacium Zeperion!
  • RE.M.: Ultraman Orb. Height: 50 meters. Weight: 50,000 tons. He fights using the powers of Ultraman and Ultraman Tiga
  • Riku: Next up is this one!
  • Geed Riser: Galactron!
  • RE.M.: The civil judgementor, Galactron. Height: 61 meters. Weight: 61,000 tons. A robot that attempts to wipe out civilization in order to eliminate conflict.
  • Riku: Be sure to watch next time!

Cast

Guest Cast

Suit Actors

Appearances

Ultras

Kaiju/Seijin

Notes

  • The in-show Neo Zero Eyes are smaller and have a rounder shape, but the Title card looks like his original Zero Eyes, but has the Neo markings instead.
  • According to Zero to one of the Kei's novel about the events in Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legends The Movie till Ultraman Zero The Movie: Super Deciding Fight! The Belial Galactic Empire, it's possible that Kei had reversed the story to Zero as "Zora" being the villain while Belial as "Agam" being the hero. It's also possible that one of the character named "King Varg" can also be referred as Alien Rayblood.
  • In said novel, The cover art shows a man covered in holy light holding a bow and arrow, about to shoot at a monster with green krystals on it's back, skin is black and red, mirroring Arch Belial's final moments before his defeat. The planet behind the man could be it's version of the Land of Light.
  • The fact that Zora, based on Zero, in the Novel is the most popular with fans of said novel also mirrors Zero's same popularity with Ultra-Fans.
  • The way Galactron pickes up Geed, using his claw at the end of it's tail, mirrors the same as when Orb was caught by his tail in Orb's film.
Ultraman Geed Episodes
Welcome to the Secret Base | The Girl Who Cuts Monsters | Salaryman Zero | A Job Where You Investigate Aliens | Partners | So That I Can Be Me | Sacrifice | Going Beyond Fate | The Sword of an Oath | I Read Minds | The Geed Identity | My Name | Restore Memories | Shadows of Shadows | Child of Battle | The First Day of the End of the World | The King's Miracle! Time to Change Fate!! | Inheritor of the Dream | Nebula House Invasion | The 10:00 AM Monster Bird | Pega Runs Away from Home | Repossession | The Sturm's Light | The Fragments of Hope | The Symbol of Geed
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