Karasuno does poorly at first due to Hinata's mistakes but once the match gets underway, Hinata and Kageyama's quick attack proves to be an effective weapon. At his own training camp, Kageyama is enjoying playing with many highly skilled players but is showing signs of struggling from his confrontation with Atsumu. The match has just begun, but everyone has realized that Karasuno is back and better than ever. The first opening theme of this arc is Ashita o Narase by Kavka Shishido while the first ending theme is Landscape by SOLIDEMO. When Ji Heng wakes up, she requets for the pimpon fruit from Dong Hua, to which Dong Hua accepts. Right away, Aoba Johsai gets the upper-hand with Oikawa's setter dump and skillfully executed techniques. Fengjiu feels that there's something wrong with Dong Hua. Yamaguchi is subbed in as a pinch server, but the pressure proves to be too much to overcome. The two enjoy the time together. Fairy Tail Wiki is a FANDOM Anime Community.

The fourth season, titled Haikyū!! On the first day of the New Year, Daichi is disturbed by a foreboding dream that burdens him as the time to head to the Spring Tournament draws near. Tournament…, Dong Hua heals the wounds for Ji Heng. Inarizaki begins building pressure on Karasuno with the help of the famous Inarizaki cheering squad using music and timing to throw their opponents off balance.

It all relies on Asahi's skills to get past the wall. The match against Nekoma soon proves to be Karasuno's toughest one yet. The third opening theme is Believe in Myself by Edge of Life while the third ending theme is Azayaka na Tabiji by Megumi Mori. Lucy Heartfilia desperately wants to go the Fairy Tail Guild, the most popular (and destructive) guild in Fiore. Ukai's shocked at the two's coordination and Kageyama's skills, which he compares with Sugawara's dependability and experience, further complicating his decision on which player to pick as the official setter. The rest of the team must step up to fill in the big hole. Fengjiu confesses her real identity…, Fengjiu forgets that her Weapon Hiding Ceremony is 15 days later. Despite Hinata and Kageyama's new quick having been altered slightly, the Seijō third-years are able to think of a tactic to narrow its path to one they can handle more effectively. After the core Fairy Tail members have returned, things seem to have gone back to normal. Instead of agreeing to work as a team though, they challenge the 3rd years to a match on the condition that if they win, they join the team. Summary. Zhe Yan discovers that Fengjiu is pregnant. They practice against Fukurōdani, and Hinata realises that Kageyama's tosses have changed so now the latter will have to work harder in order to hit them.
However, Aoba Johsai blocks Hinata's quick in the end and wins the match. It turns out Fengjiu is already dressed as a lady to meet up with Song Xuanren. As Aoba Johsai's match against Date Tech starts, Karasuno's match against Wakutani continues. Follow Mavis Vermillion and her friends' journey into what started it all—from war to new adventures to heartbreak—revealing a dark past with an eye to a brighter future. Natsu tricks Lucy to help him on a mission to steal a book from a corrupted politician. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Kageyama, Hinata, and Tanaka are able to rally and win the 3-on-3 first year match, allowing Kageyama and Hinata to be accepted as official team members. Fengjiu’s action has intervened Dong Hua’s hardship. The second opening theme is Fairy Tail ~Yakusoku no Hi~ by Chihiro Yonekura while the second ending theme is We're the stars by Aimi Terakawa. Karasuno recognises that Kyōtani is a double-edged sword in the match: he makes just as many mistakes as he does attacks, and if Aoba Johsai does not use him successfully, his presence in the game can backfire their intentions to increase their offensive power.

However, due to his inexperience and free-spirited nature, Kenma and the rest must learn to sync up with their new member. At the same time, the Tsubakihara team starts doing all they can to ensure that they did not come to the Spring Tournament as mere participants. Karasuno walks into the stadium to rumors about it being "Flightless Crows", but the players are determined to change their reputation. Dong Hua arrives when Chen Ye and Fengjiu are…, If Miao Luo comes out of Miaoyi Chasm, Fanyin Valley would be in danger. Si Ming has no choice but to tell her that Emperor Dong Hua and Fengjiu are not meant to be. In the future people can upload their consciousness to a luxurious digital afterlife. Nekoma and Karasuno begin their match with Kageyama and Hinata connecting on a quick attack that gives Karasuno the 1-0 lead.

Tsukishima is slowly thinking of ways to defeat his opponents, and with Yamaguchi and Sugawara being subbed in to change the momentum of the game, Karasuno is slowly creeping in to take the second set.

Xuanren gives her the title of Imperial…, Song Xuanren roasts sweet potatoes for Fengjiu. Nekoma realizes that they're up against a genius setter, so they decide to start marking Hinata. Natsu and Happy decide to take an S-Class job, and drag Lucy and Gray along with them to the cursed island of Galuna. Check out which shows are most popular at this moment in time. Season three aired from October 7, 2016 to December 9, 2016 with a total of ten episodes. He is able to easily guess and block their spikes, but with Coach Ukai's advice, Karasuno is able to catch up easily with Shiratorizawa. Karasuno begins to feel the affects of Inarizaki's methods until help arrives in the form of a familiar face. Su Moye copies the letters written by Aranya. Donghua…, Fengjiu gets to know from Chengyu that it is the best time to get the bracelet back from Donghua on the fifth day of the fifth lunar month. When Kageyama comes back to the court, he and Hinata score again with their quick attack. Karasuno wins the set, thanks to Tsukishima Kei's block defense! Season one aired from April 6, 2014 to September 21, 2014 with a total of twenty-five episodes. S1, Ep8 However, Dong Hua is worried as only Su Moye is staying at the palace. As Coach Ukai wishes for more practice matches for the team, Ittetsu Takeda barges in with great news: Karasuno has been invited to take part in Nekoma's training camp! The bracket for the Interhigh is announced. That surprises Yan Chiwu. Chuyin decides to use Yan Chiwu to take the soul-locking jade away. The second opening theme is DOWN BY LAW by THE RAMPAGE from EXILE TRIBE while the second ending theme is Pierce by EMPiRE.

The ending theme is Zutto Kitto (lit. The practice match that will determine Kageyama and Hinata's future with the Karasuno High Volleyball Club begins as Kageyama, Hinata, and Tanaka battle Tsukishima, Yamaguchi, and captain Daichi in a 3-on-3 match. After observing Sugawara's interactions with his teammates, Kageyama finally learns what it means to be a setter–and a team member. However, Kageyama reveals tricks of his own and performs a server dump right back, cutting Aoba Johsai's lead to 2-1. Karasuno's second opponent is Kakugawa, a volleyball team that has a player who is 201cm tall. At least over the first 8 of the 10 Upload episodes, those larger ideas are submerged in mediocre plotting, strained comic antics and a sleep-inducing romance. Their match against each other leaves them both interested in their skills and sparks a rivalry. In shadows, however, lies a sinister organization with familiar faces that conspire to create a world for Zeref, impeding their progress. Many different plotlines of both old and new faces and factions will arise and when tied together, Fairy Tail must race against time to save the world from destruction. Now they have to get to the third set to determine the winners. A little over halfway through the first set with Wakutani, both Daichi and Tanaka dive for a ball, and the two end up colliding. Kageyama and Hinata vent their frustration in the gym and determine to keep moving forward. As with the first 72 episodes, Parts 7-10 were released in sets of 12 episodes each while Parts 11-15 were released in sets of 11 episodes each, on Blu-ray and DVD combo packs, with Part 7 on December 10, 2013, Part 8 on February 4, 2014, Part 9 on March 25, 2014, Part 10 on May 20, 2014, Part 11 on July 15, 2014, Part 12 on September 16, 2014, Part 13 on October 28, 2014, Part 14 on December 2, 2014 and Part 15 on March 15, 2015.

Tokonami begins to lose hope and Ikejiri thinks back to a match from junior high where Daichi gave a speech to the team.

The opening theme for this arc is Snow Fairy by Funkist while the ending theme for this arc is Kanpekigu No Ne by Watari Rouka Hashiritai. She doesn’t know when she could turn into her real self again. by Hi-Fi Camp. The second opening theme is Power of the Dream by lol while the second ending theme is Endless Harmony by Beverly. Karasuno watches on from the stands, and sees the new setter, Koganegawa, on the courts amongst the remainders of the team they had played against last time. After speaking to Mirajane, they discover that a guild known as Phantom Lord was responsible, and a war ensues between the two rival guilds. Takeda likens their mastering of the new skills and executing them to gain points as cogs working together. The first opening theme of this arc is Break through by GOING UNDER GROUND while the first ending theme is Kimi ga Kureta Mono by Shizuka Kudo. Produced by A-1 Pictures Inc, Satelight, Bridge, and CloverWorks, it is directed by Shinji Ishihira, and debuted on TV Tokyo at 7:30, October 12, 2009.1 It follows the story of Lucy Heartfilia as she seeks to become a member of the famous Fairy Tail Guild.

The first opening theme of this arc is Evidence by Daisy X Daisy while the first ending theme is Lonely Person by ShaNa. The gap between the two teams have shrunk, but Oikawa's strong serves win Aoba Johsai the second set.