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Diamond No Ace Act II Filler List

If you watched Season 1 and 2 of Diamond No Ace, then your eyes must be pretty swollen from all that crying. In the last season, we saw how hard it was for Seidou to make it into nationals, and above all, we saw Kataoka Coach Cry! Season 2 of Diamond No Ace probably made the viewers cry a lot more than they wished they had. We saw our favorite third years finally graduate, leaving Miyuki alone to guide the new team. Not to mention Miyuki’s home run, which ran chills down our spine.

Season 2 of Diamond No Ace was a freaking emotional roller coaster. Every time Sawamura came to pitch, I’m pretty sure everyone’s heart raced miles. However, for Sawamura, season 2 was a warm-up, seeing as how he still hasn’t gotten that ace number and is still lagging behind Furuya. The distance often seems impenetrable. It’s as if the more he tries to grasp it, the more it goes away from him.

However, now that the team has finally managed to reach the nationals, will they be able to conquer it? Will Sawamura ever be able to become the ace? And with the new first years’ entry into the team, will it change Seiodu for better or for worse? Make sure to watch Diamond No Ace Act II and find it out yourself!

Writer Yuji Terajima
Studio Madhouse
Original Run 2 April 2019 – 31 March 2020
Episodes 52
Filler(%) 2%

Diamond No Ace Act II Filler List

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The new first years
Image: Crunchyroll

Ace of Diamond is one of those genius animes with such an intense story that it doesn’t require any fillers. Therefore, out of 52 episodes in Act II, only one episode is a filler, which is actually a recap before things begin to go down.

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Diamond No Ace Act II Manga Canon Episodes

Manga Canon Episodes:
2-3, 5-28, 30-52

Diamond No Ace Act II  Mixed Canon Episodes

Mixed Canon Episodes:
1, 4

Diamond No Ace Act II Filler Episodes

Filler Episodes:
29

Ace of the Diamond: Act II Episode List

# Title Type
1 Beyond the Dream MIXED CANON/FILLER
2 Want to Take the Mound MANGA CANON
3 Blessed by the Baseball Gods MANGA CANON
4 The Day It Began MIXED CANON/FILLER
5 Joining MANGA CANON
6 Go Straight MANGA CANON
7 KING MANGA CANON
8 Camphor MANGA CANON
9 Battle, Battle MANGA CANON
10 Debut MANGA CANON
11 Where You Look MANGA CANON
12 Selfish MANGA CANON
13 Batting First MANGA CANON
14 Presence MANGA CANON
15 My Role MANGA CANON
16 Only After You’ve Won MANGA CANON
17 Three Months MANGA CANON
18 Something to Find Out MANGA CANON
19 Competitive Streak MANGA CANON
20 Self-Assertive MANGA CANON
21 Out of Time MANGA CANON
22 Chosen MANGA CANON
23 One Pitch, One Second MANGA CANON
24 Incomplete MANGA CANON
25 Unleashed MANGA CANON
26 Beneath the Same Banner MANGA CANON
27 The Note MANGA CANON
28 I’m Not Stopping MANGA CANON
29 After Spring Comes FILLER
30 Bloom of Youth MANGA CANON
31 Kind of Like a Promise MANGA CANON
32 Hunger MANGA CANON
33 Heat Transfer MANGA CANON
34 Competition MANGA CANON
35 Because He’s Awesome MANGA CANON
36 As a Catcher MANGA CANON
37 Invincible Mentality MANGA CANON
38 Fragile MANGA CANON
39 I’m Counting on You MANGA CANON
40 Expression MANGA CANON
41 Shared Fate MANGA CANON
42 20 People MANGA CANON
43 Summer Training Camp MANGA CANON
44 Setting Sail MANGA CANON
45 Go EXCEED!! MANGA CANON
46 Encouragement MANGA CANON
47 Under the Feet MANGA CANON
48 Get Back MANGA CANON
49 Seido Goes All Out MANGA CANON
50 FIRE AGE MANGA CANON
51 That’s the Reason Why MANGA CANON
52 Ace of Diamond MANGA CANON

Where To Watch Diamond No Ace Act II Online?

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Image: Crunchyroll

For me personally, Diamond No Ace is the best sports anime I have ever seen, period. Why? Because of the realistic aspects of the show and how it proves that hard work is the only difference between ordinary and extraordinary. The show’s compelling soundtracks send chills down my spine, and the characters are what makes Diamond No Ace the best sports anime ever. The underratedness of the show is what is truly surprising. However, Its fanbase and the genius of the story are what keeps the story going on.

Therefore, make sure to definitely watch out Diamond no ace Act II in English Sub/Dub for absolutely free on Crunchyroll and Viz-Media. Trust me; you won’t regret it!

 

 

 

Drishti Jain
An avid science lover with a dream to one day become a popular scientist. I began watching anime when I was 13, my friends forced me to watch attack on titans and from then, there was no turning back. I love watching anime more than anything and I can proudly say that without anime I have no life.
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