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Plunderer (プランダラ Purandara) is the anime adaptation of the manga series of the same name produced by GEEKTOYS.[1] The anime premiered between January 8, 2020 and June 24, 2020.

The anime adaptation is first announced at Monthly Shounen Ace magazine in February 17, 2018.


In a post-apocalyptic world dominated by the so-called "Numbers," each human will have their identity branded with their own "Count," which could define any number related to their life. May it be one's walked distance or amount of compliments given to them by others, this Count could lead them to the abyss when it has dropped to zero.

In the year 305 of the Althea calendar, Hina has inherited a mission from her mother, whose Count has depreciated to zero, to search for the Legendary Red Baron. In her adventure, she meets a half-masked swordsman named Licht Bach who tries to hide his identity, as he is known as a degenerate for having an incredibly low Count.


# Episodes Air Date
1 The Legendary Red Baron December 8, 2019 (Premiere Airing)
January 8, 2020
2 I Hate You! December 8, 2019 (Premiere Airing)
January 15, 2020
3 I Can't Help This Is My Uniform December 8, 2019 (Premiere Airing)
January 22, 2020
4 Ballot Holder January 29, 2020
5 Don’t Apologize, Apologize February 5, 2020
6 Hunch February 12, 2020
7 It Was Delicious February 19, 2020
8 Abyss Demon February 26, 2020
9 Plunderer March 4, 2020
10 Seriousness March 11, 2020
11 Up My Sleeve March 18, 2020
12 Enrollment Ceremony April 1, 2020
13 A Full Stomach April 8, 2020
14 Seven Minutes, Twelve Seconds April 15, 2020
15 Non-Killing Army April 22, 2020
16 A War For Abandoning April 29, 2020
17 Flash Baron May 6, 2020
18 Birth of Althea May 13, 2020
19 Cheating May 20, 2020
20 Rain May 27, 2020
21 Father June 3, 2020
22 Promise June 10, 2020
23 Unforgivable June 17, 2020
24 My Red Baron June 24, 2020

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Character Seiyū
Licht Bach/Sakai Rihito Nakajima Yoshiki
Hina Farrow Honnizumi Rina
Jail Murdoch Umehara Yūichirō
Lyne Mei Ozawa Ari
Gespenst Zerlegen Ichikawa Aoi
Nana Bassler Itō Shizuka
Sonohara Mizuka Yūki Aoi
Alexandrov Grigorovich/Alan Tōchi Hiroki
Schmelman Bach
Schmelman Bach (Clone)
Seki Toshihiko
Pelmo Endō Aya
Nikola Yusa Kōji
Douan Taketora Hiro Satoshi
Sakai Tokikaze Ishikawa Kaito
Firenda Mitsuishi Kotono
Ichinose Saki Kubota Miyu
Akui Genji Azakami Youhei
Suda Kyouhei Takatsuka Tomohito
Narimiya Kyouka Orie Tamaki
Sumitani Asumi Hayase Yukimi


Opening Theme

Ending Theme

  • "Countless days" by Hina (Honnizumi Rina) (EP 2~11)
  • "Reason of Life" by Hina (Honnizumi Rina), Lyne Mei (Ozawa Ari), and Nana Bassler (Itō Shizuka) (EP 12~24)


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