Candidate for Goddess

Alt titles: Megami Kouhosei, Pilot Candidate

Candidate for Goddess

Candidate for Goddess Episode 3 - Curriculum 03 Self Awareness

Zero and the other candidates undergo thorough physical examinations to ensure that they are fit enough to become pilot candidates. During the examinations, an amazing discovery is made about Zero – he has no physical imperfections.

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Curriculum 01 In Tune

Episode 1

Curriculum 01 In Tune

Curriculum 02 EX

Episode 2

Curriculum 02 EX

Curriculum 03 Self Awareness

Episode 3

Curriculum 03 Self Awareness

Curriculum 04 Partner

Episode 4

Curriculum 04 Partner

Curriculum 05 Combination

Episode 5

Curriculum 05 Combination

Curriculum 06 PRO-ING

Episode 6

Curriculum 06 PRO-ING

Curriculum 07 Ground Battle

Episode 7

Curriculum 07 Ground Battle

Curriculum 08 Death

Episode 8

Curriculum 08 Death

Curriculum 09 Dream

Episode 9

Curriculum 09 Dream

Curriculum 10 Jealousy

Episode 10

Curriculum 10 Jealousy

Curriculum 11 Driftage

Episode 11

Curriculum 11 Driftage

Curriculum 12 Friends

Episode 12

Curriculum 12 Friends

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yukichii yukichii says

Both series have one male pilot with a female backup worker in a futuristic universe where those cute female helpers fall in love with their pilots.  Both males use humanoid robots.  In Vandread, Hibiki Tokai fights in Vanguard, and in Candidate for Goddess Zero fights in Ingrid.  The animation also looks similar.  The stories are not the same but have a similar feel.

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