Cardcaptor Sakura – Episode 47

It’s the start of season 3, and Sakura and Kero have been bored since Sakura captured the last of the Clow Cards, Mrs. Mizuki is away in England for an overseas trip, and Shaoran is planning on heading home to Hong Kong now that the Clow Cards have a new master.  However, there is a new transfer student from England in Sakura’s class, Eriol Hiiragizawa, who takes an unusual interest in Sakura.

Eriol Arrives, but for what reason?

Once again, this series pull out an excellent episode to start the third season off, and they aren’t exactly hiding what, generally, Eriol is.  He’s clearly a magician there for Sakura in what way.  However, for what reason he’s there and what powers he has, is still a mystery.  Also, the fact that Toya had a new transfer student in this class likely isn’t a coincidence either.

This will really be Sakura’s first test as master of the Clow Cards, especially since, for whatever reason, she can’t seem to activate them anymore.  This could also have something to do with the fact that the Clow book changed as well.

This episode also had several funny points in it, such as Tomoyo teasing Shaoran about liking Sakura, and the fact that he has a new “rival” in Eriol.

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Cardcaptor Sakura – Episode 46

It’s Cardcaptor Sakura episode 46, and Sakura is forced to fight Yue, who defeats her by rebounding her attack using the Wood card against him. He then tells her that the catastrophe Yue to befall the world is that the Clow Cards and anyone they have affected will lose their memories of the person they love the most. Sakura then has a dream of such a world, but is helped out by Ms. Mizuki’s bell. Sakura then is able to transform her wand into the Star Wand, and uses it to capture Yue, making her Master of the Clow Cards.

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Cardcaptor Sakura – Episode 45

It’s Cardcaptor Sakura episode 45, and Sakura fights to defeat the final Clow Card: the Earthy Card. She’s finally able to do so by using Wood after noticing that Earthy isn’t attacking any place with trees. However, upon sealing Earthy, Yui appears to administer the Final Judgment upon Shaoran and Sakura.

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Cardcaptor Sakura – Episode 43

It’s Cardcaptor Sakura episode 43, and Meilin gets a call telling her that it’s time to go home. However, Meilin feels like Shaoran doesn’t care for her and they get into a big fight. Sakura invites Meilin over for the night to try to help situation when the Twin card shows up. However, only Meilin and Shaoran working together are able to defeat it.

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Cardcaptor Sakura – Episode 42

It’s Cardcaptor Sakura episode 42, it’s time for Sakura and Shaoran’s play, with Sakura playing the Prince, Meilin playing an excellent evil Witch and, of course, Shaoran playing the Princess.  The play progresses without real incident, with Shaoran acting nervously and Sakura being all athletic until suddenly an absolute darkness covers everything, leaving Sakura lone.  She identifies the card as The Dark card, but that isn’t enough to capture it.  She soon realizes that she’s glowing and assures herself that she’ll be alright, and this allows The Light card to appear.  Sakura is able to seal the two cards together, but as they return to card form, they tell Sakura that they hope Sakura will be their new master, but Yue will be the one who must make that final decision.

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Cardcaptor Sakura – Episode 41

It’s Cardcaptor Sakura episode 41, and it’s time for the school festival, and Sakura’s class is doing the play “Sleeping Beauty.”  However, Sakura lands the role of the Prince while Shaoran ends up as the Princess.  The pair sees Yukito, who says he’s looking forward to the play, so the pair decide to practice together before school the next day.  However, when they arrive, The Sand card attacks, and the pair has to work together to capture it, with Sakura using Watery on it and Shaoran freezing it with Freeze.  The card can’t decide who to go to, but Sakura ends up giving it to Shaoran in return for him giving her the Cloudy card from before.

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Cardcaptor Sakura – Episode 40

It’s Cardcaptor Sakura episode 40, and Sakura and company shop and do a lot of stuff around Tokyo.  However, things start getting weird when a blue butterfly pops up next to Tomoyo, sending her into a dreamy state about Sakura, and later, the same butterfly appears sending Shaoran into a dreamy state where he sees himself handing over his Clow Card to Sakura (in a copy of a scene of a romantic movie the group had been watching).  Next, the group visits Tokyo Tower where everyone starts acting a tad strange until Kero tells her that she’s in a dream (not the real Kero).  Sakura then sees herself from her recurring dream, and also sees that the woman on Tokyo Tower is indeed, Ms. Mizuki.  The Sakura in her dream appears and tells the real Sakura that “it will definitely be all right.”  Sakura is then pulled out of her dream when Shaoran uses time Time, allowing Sakura to seal the card – The Dream card, a card that shows fortelling dreams.

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Cardcaptor Sakura – Episode 39

It’s Cardcaptor Sakura episode 39, and Sakura comes down with a bad fever, but tries to go to school anyway.  This results in her fainting and Toya having to bring her back home.  However, there is no rest for the wary as Sakura feels the presence of The Cloudy card and, against Kero’s advice to stay in bed, Sakura uses Mirror to leave a copy of herself behind while she heads out to capture the Clow Card.  However, she’s so weak that she can barely even seal it, and Shaoran wins the card, though he ends up giving it to Sakura.  This adventure only makes her fever worse, however, and Sakura’s mother’s spirit arrives to help lower her fever in the end.

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Cardcaptor Sakura – Episode 38

It’s Cardcaptor Sakura episode 38, and Sakura’s class goes out strawberry picking for the day (leaving Kero behind, unfortunately for him).  However, the materials building, where they were going to cook up some yummy treats, has mysteriously locked and no one can get it open.  When Sakura, Shaoran, Tomoyo, and Meilin investigate, they find that the door opens, but once they enter, they’re locked inside.  The group can’t figure out how to get out until Sakura spots Ms. Mizuki outside pointing at her neck, and Sakura realizes that she has to “unlock” the Lock card by using her magic key.

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