List of Monster Rancher Episodes

List Of Monster Rancher Episodes

This is a list of episodes for the anime Monster Rancher. The show is based on the Monster Rancher video game series made by Tecmo. The episodes are directed by Hiroyuki Yano, who also directed Daigunder and co-directed a Lupin III television special. The Japanese animation studio TMS Entertainment produced the show. The original run was from April 17, 1999 to September 30, 2000 on the Tokyo Broadcasting System in Japan, and was later adapted to English. The original show consisted of two seasons, but the first season was split into two separate seasons for the English airing.

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... Title Original airdate English airdate 49 3.1 "Return to Monster Rancher" April 1, 2001 September 13, 2001 A year has passed since the final battle with Moo, but Genki still cannot forget ... Suddenly he is led by an image of Mocchi to a deserted shop with a Monster Rancher game disc. 21, 2001 In this competition (3 rounds, 1 on 1), Mocchi must enter with two other monsters in the list that is designated by the IMA ...

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