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Alt title: Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica

Puella Magi Madoka Magica Episode 6 - This Just Can't Be Right

Homura appears suddenly on Sayaka and Kyoko's battlefield. She intervenes and knocks Sayaka unconscious with a single blow. After seeing this, Kyoko is on her guard against Homura, and leaves, putting an end to the battle.

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I First Met Her in a Dream… or Something.

Episode 1

I First Met Her in a Dream… or Something.

That Would Be Truly Wonderful

Episode 2

That Would Be Truly Wonderful

I'm Not Afraid of Anything Anymore

Episode 3

I'm Not Afraid of Anything Anymore

Miracles and Magic Are Real

Episode 4

Miracles and Magic Are Real

There's No Way I'll Ever Regret It

Episode 5

There's No Way I'll Ever Regret It

This Just Can't Be Right

Episode 6

This Just Can't Be Right

Can You Face Your True Feelings?

Episode 7

Can You Face Your True Feelings?

I Was Stupid… So Stupid

Episode 8

I Was Stupid… So Stupid

I'd Never Allow That to Happen

Episode 9

I'd Never Allow That to Happen

I Won't Rely On Anyone Anymore

Episode 10

I Won't Rely On Anyone Anymore

The Only Thing I Have Left to Guide Me

Episode 11

The Only Thing I Have Left to Guide Me

My Very Best Friend

Episode 12

My Very Best Friend

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Both deal with hypothetical science, and the characters in both with to use special powers and technology to save people and create a better future. Although Madoka Magica is also fantasy-based, they share extremely similar plot events.

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