How to watch Mashle: Magic and Muscles season 2 episode 9 (and what happened in episode 8)

The clash between innocent Zero and the wizards continue in the latest Mashle: Magic and Muscles.

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Mashle: Magic and Muscles season 2 premiered in January, with its ninth episode of the season airing this weekend. The divine visionary exam entered the final stages until Innocent Zero appeared and launched his attack.

In the previous episode, Innocent Zero appears before Mash but is then confronted by Wahlberg. As Wahlberg takes on Zero, Mash and company takes on the rest of the villains. In this next episode, Mash clashes with Cell War, and Wahlberg continues his battle with Innocent Zero as their past is further revealed.

Mashle: Magic and Muscles season 2 episode 9 is titled "Wahlberg Baigan and the Magic of Darkness" and is scheduled to be released on Saturday, March 09, 2024, at 11:30 pm Japanese Standard Time (JST) and will be simulcast on Crunchyroll in the United States. The episode will also be available in the U.S. on Saturday, March 09, 2024.

The new episode of Mashle: Magic and Muscles season 2 will be released in the following time zones found below:

  • 6:30 a.m. Pacific Time 
  • 8:30 a.m. Central Time 
  • 9:30 a.m. Eastern Time Zone 
  • 5:00 p.m. in the UK 
  • 8:00 pm India Standard Time 
  • 01:30 a.m. in Australia


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Mashle: Magic and Muscles season 2 episode 8 recap

In the previous episode, Innocent appeared in front of Mash after his match with Macaron. He then uses his magic which appears to stop time and he confronts Mash as he wishes to take Mash back with him. Wahlberg intervenes and questions Zero's motives. Zero seems to be chasing immortality or aspiring to be a perfect human. Zero refers to Mash as his son and Wahlberg refuses to let Mash go with him. The two begin to show off their powers as they summon their magic canes and Zero makes zombies appear on the coliseum grounds.

Wahlberg is able to unfreeze Dot, Macaron, Orter, Kaldo, and Lance and he implores them to fight the rest of the villains as he deals with Innocent Zero. The group heads towards the zombies and the opposing wizards and they begin to notice that none of them are aiming at Mash. Dot tells Mash to head towards Cell War as he erects a tower outside of the coliseum. Mash then heads towards the towers and is able to kick most of them down and he confronts Cell War.

Cell War interreacts with Mash but he realizes Mash has forgotten who he is. The episode then cuts to the rest of the group fighting the zombies. Dot spots a baby on the battlefield but it turns out to be a trap. The baby is actually an evil wizard by the name of Sitter Baby. The evil wizard turns Dot into a baby and Dot heads towards Lance for help. Lance is able to lend assistance but is then also caught in the magic. They encounter struggles as they come to terms with their baby form but Lance focuses his reduced gravity magic to a single point and is able to take down Sitter baby with 'Sectional Graviole'.

The episode then transitions to Ryoh in the sky as he heads towards the fight. He reveals that Zero and Wahlberg were once colleagues as they were students of Adam, a powerful mage. The scene then cuts to Wahlberg and Zero as they face off against each other. Zero unleashes a forbidden spell as he reveals that he has crossed the ethical rules of magic in order to seek his interpretation of perfection.

Towards the end of the episode. Mash eventually recognizes cell war as he threatens his friends. Cell uses the same spell from last season that gave Mash trouble but Mash is able to take it on with ease. Mash overcomes the projectiles and punches Cell War. He warns Cell War that the same move won't continue to work on him.

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