Because they’re such an integral part of the overall plot, they represent everything that makes this anime so enjoyable. This game has it all, from the action to the plot twists to the voice acting and soundtrack, all leading up to a great conclusion.
For example, if you had to encourage someone to watch a certain show or arc, you know you’d focus on that arc and talk about all the great things about it.
To honor the best story arcs that left an impression on every person who watched them, we’ve compiled this list.
15. Jailbreak Arc
Grace Field House isn’t really what you’d call a jail, in my opinion. Do not be fooled into thinking that this paradise has no bad side; all utopias do.
In either case, the first episode set the tone for the rest of the season by establishing a sense of dread and suspense.
You felt a sense of sympathy for the young people who were attempting to unravel the enigma that was presented to them.
The artwork is beautiful, and the music wonderfully complements the story’s tone. In addition, Isabella and the children’s wits and pranks make this initial arc exciting and rewarding to witness.
14. Valhalla Arc
Tokyo Revengers was only released lately (as of the time of this writing), yet it has already cemented itself as one of the best anime series in recent memory.
There are several well-developed characters in this story, such as Kazutora the damaged and confused youngster who only wanted to make his friend happy but was portrayed as the bad guy.
Introduces the Haitani Brothers, who will play a much greater role in the series.
Epic battles from the Tokyo Manji gang are just one of the many reasons to watch Valhalla. It’s one of Mikey’s infrequent outbursts of rage.
He’s amazing, but he’s also terrifying, as we’re constantly reminded.
13. War Arc
Everyone loves the Vikings.
Probably those who have been subjected to a life of horror. However, they weren’t portrayed as heroes.
Because the War storyline depicts the Vikings’ daily brutality and ruthlessness.
Although the atmosphere is desolate and cruel, the ensemble of well-written characters engage in fierce confrontations with one another.
Wit Studio’s art and animation have left a lasting impression on viewers (among many other excellent releases).
Season 2 is expected to be as as stunning as the first, if not more so, after a few years of production.
12. Netherworld Arc
In spite of its name and the fact that it contains flames, this is not the Nether from Minecraft.
The red, cyan, and gray color scheme is reminiscent of the Nether in Minecraft, and it creates spectacular images like the struggle between the two long-range guns.
The 8th Company’s strength is on display in this arc’s one-on-one battles.
After escaping Giovanni’s grip on her mind, she became an invaluable asset to the team.
Despite the fact that each bout had its own merits, Shinra Kusakabe vs. Sho Kusakabe was the finest of the arc (and of the entire show).
Viktor’s commentary set the stage for an electrifying fight by revealing some stunning revelations about his own powers and strength.
It was one of the most memorable bouts in Fire Force because of the lovely reminiscence and conclusion between the brothers.
11. Natagumo Mountain Arc
This arc has a personal resonance for me because spiders have always seemed to me to be demons.
For the main characters, Rui and his “family” proved to be a formidable adversary. As a result, their abilities were tested to their absolute limit, allowing us to witness some truly impressive accomplishments.
Zenitsu used a version of his single move to slash his opponent cleanly.
We were able to observe Inosuke’s beast in action and flashback to his past. When Tanjiro used his father’s dance to destroy Rui, Nezuko discovered her demon blood art.
To show off their abilities, even two Hashiras were on hand to demonstrate.
A lot of the trio’s history was hinted at in this arc.
However, I’m not sure if it’ll be worth it in season 2… We’ll have to wait and see what happens.
10. Elf Reincarnation Arc
In popular culture, elves are often depicted as being extremely powerful beings with a lot of mana. We were eager to see what they could do with Black Clover, a story that is based on the concept of magic.
And oh my gosh — what a sight.
There were a slew of battles involving new characters and their unique set of abilities. Even the people we were familiar with (like Gauche and Luck) had great combat prowess boosts.
It took the combined efforts of many skilled knights to overcome just a few elves.
And there were no Christmas elves working in Santa’s workshop at this time either. Reincarnated elves of this kind were a rare find indeed.
This arc had a lot to offer in terms of twists and turns, power-ups and characters like Licht, Yuno and Noelle.
However, I’d like to point out the real villain in this story.
Zagred’s appearance was awe-inspiring. Unlike Asta’s silhouetted demon, he was represented in full form for the first time.
He was defeated in a grueling duel, setting the stage for the following generation of devils to be dreaded.
As if it were a parkour move, Black Clover is bouncing from one formidable foe to the next.
9. Kyoto Goodwill Event Arc
This story arc does not have the right tone for Goodwill.
Between the sorcerers and the cursed spirit Hanami, there were at least nine battles.
Each and every battle was well portrayed. No fights were cut because of a lack of funds.
Everything looked like it was straight out of a movie. Moreover, the sharp visuals aided in advancing that viewpoint.
The Death Painting and Shibuya Incident arcs were built up by this arc in terms of plot, which formed ties between individuals.
An excellent job was done with this arc, which had a lot to adapt from the manga, as well.
8. Arrancar Arc
Bleach’s best and most unforgettable moments occurred during the Arrancar arc.
Bleach’s already-impressive music was rapidly enhanced by the incredible score from Arrancar. In addition, the battles were a lot of fun to see. Particularly memorable are Ichigo’s conflicts.
When the captains went all out and released their bankais, the anticipation for Ichigo’s confrontation with Aizen was at an all-time high.
All of the scenes with Aizen added so much depth to the story’s progression.
When it came to the Arrancar arc, his words and presence made it one of the best anime arcs ever.
7. Chimera Ant Arc
One of the most imaginative and gorgeous anime worlds is Hunter x Hunter. And the Chimera Ant Arc is where that ingenuity is on full display.
To begin with, the character designs are among of the best I’ve ever seen in a videogame.
Even while there are a lot of great battle scenes in this story arc, it isn’t the bouts themselves that make it so great.
There are, of course, some fights involved.
All of these clashes are well animated. In a pleasing way, the artwork also enhances the aesthetic.
Everyone should watch this arc from beginning to end, in my opinion.
6. Pain’s Assault Arc
What the heck is that? Was it on design that the Pain Arc was placed sixth in order to allude to the Six Paths of Pain?
That’s a load of nonsense.
The bouts in the Pain Arc were superbly orchestrated, and they had a significant impact on the plot as a whole.
Because to Jiraya’s death, Naruto’s mood has deteriorated.
Naruto and Hinata’s relationship is also shown in this storyline. And we’ve all seen the results of that, don’t we?
The 6th opener of Shippuden, Sign by FLOW, was also featured in this arc, as well. It’s my 2nd personal favorite song from Naruto: Shippuden.
5. The Promised Day Arc
Every single part of Fullmetal Alchemist is fantastic.
But all of the effort, all of the sacrifice, all of the suffering culminated in a single day thanks to a 400-year-old plan.
Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood was at its best when it hinted at the arrival of that long-awaited day.
In this situation, the stakes are quite high. Father was a ruthless criminal.
To be able to put an end to him, something had to be sacrificed.
Even the Snake Way couldn’t match the windy path that led to the finish line.
The characters, the voice performers, and most likely the viewers all burst into tears as the story progressed. Until I saw this arc, I didn’t believe Fullmetal Alchemist could get better.
I was relieved to discover that I had been completely wrong.
4. Arc 4: The Everlasting Contract
The Sanctuary and the mansion’s walls were covered in Chekov’s Gun bullet casings from previous arcs.
For four years, this Arc was burdened with skyscraping anticipation after the amazing first season linked fans to the series. White Fox managed to go above and beyond the expectations of the audience.
They created a gripping story with characters that were voiced by some of the best seiyuu in the business.
And the music is absolutely stunning. The notes are perfectly timed and don’t play when they don’t need to.
It’s possible that some fans have a favorite arc, but this one was the best thus far.
It’s only been so far.
3. Marineford Arc
Surely you didn’t believe that pirates fight for glory and treasure?
No. It wasn’t until they had been away from the government for decades that they were ready to meet them head on.
All war arcs in anime and manga, including the Fourth Shinobi World War, the Thousand Year Blood War, and the Paranormal Liberation War, are based on Marineford.
And the amount of set up for future arcs outdid the amount of foreshadowing that payed off in this arc.
In the wake of Marineford, the tale and characters were irrevocably altered.
In Marineford, viewers felt a strong connection to the characters.
Like Luffy and the other pirates, we were all desperate to save Ace.
Despite the fact that Marineford was already enormous, One Piece mangaka Eiichiro Oda stated that he wished to depict a greater conflict.
Catching up on One Piece seems like a good idea right about now…
2. Return to Shiganshina Arc
Nobody could have predicted what would happen in this story arc. That person is telling the truth.
All of our preconceived notions were up in the air. It was a difficult task for the Scouts to repair Maria’s hole while fending off three titans.
Every fight was accompanied by a palpable air of excitement. In particular, the attack on the Beast Titan.
Erwin’s violent plan was brought to perfection beautifully by Wit Studio.
There were more questions than answers in the basement.
One of the best storylines I’ve ever seen. It took a long time to go back, but it was bloody and beautiful the whole way there and back again.
1. Keiji Mogami Arc
The story of the Keiji Mogami Arc resonated strongly with this audience.
When it comes to the world of psychics and comedy, this narrative was heavy-handed. It sent a powerful message with movie-like visuals and engaging narrative.
It didn’t matter if you didn’t care about the theme of the arc; Mob’s transformation into his??? percent state was obvious to everybody who watched.
It all came down to an emotional scene between Mob and Minori at the end of this arc’s climax. When Mob spoke about her, it felt like he was speaking straight to the crowd.