To Your Eternity Episode 18: Release Date and Watch Online

To Your Eternity Episode 18 is expected to be released this coming Monday, viz. August 16th, 2021 on streaming services like Crunchyroll and Netflix.

To Your Eternity or “Fumetsu no Anata e” is a Japanese manga series created by Yoshitoki Ōima. It was first aired in November 2016 in the Weekly Shōnen Magazine. The adapted anime television is produced by Brain’s Base which premiered on April 12, 2021, on Japan’s NHK Educational TV.

The plot revolves around a creature, Fushi who can change forms and it keeps it a white-haired rural boy and its white-furred wolf. Fushi is to walk across the earth and communicate with other earthlings.

To Your Eternity Episode 18

To Your Eternity Episode 18 Release Date

To Your Eternity Episode 18, titled “To Move Forward,” is expected to be released this coming Monday, viz. August 16th, 2021. The episode will be made available globally, as follows:

  • Japan: 10:50 PM
  • Pacific: 9:30 AM
  • Central: 11:30 AM
  • East: 12:30 PM
  • Britain: 5:30 PM

To Your Eternity Episode 18 Watch the Show Online

To Your Eternity or “Fumetsu no Anata e” Episode 18 is available for watching on the streaming service, the Crunchyroll app with a subscription. The anime officially streams on Crunchyroll as well as Netflix.

What Has Happened

Previously in Episode 17, Hayase wins the tournament and becomes the leader of the Janata after drugging Fushi. She believes that she might be executed and passes her rights to Tonari so that the team can execute Tonari instead of her.

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Also thinking that she’ll be free to do whatever she wants with Fushi. Hayase’s guards stop Tonari and her friends from saving Fushi. Fushi compromises and makes a deal with her so that she would let the friends go and hold him captive instead.

To Your Eternity Episode 18

Since, the rights had been passed Tonari, as the new leader, opts to depart with the team along with Pioran and all the children under the age of 8, so that they can at least live for once. The episode ends with Tonari escaping the ship on a boat in hopes to reach Fushi.

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