A Battle of Life and Death

Episode 50

Anime Puchim@s
Ending Theme Maybe TOMORROW
Air Date March 11, 2013
Previous Episode Puchim@s Episode 49: Excitement Carnival
Next Episode Puchim@s Episode 51: I'll Stick With You
A Battle of Life and Death is the fiftith episode of Puchim@s which aired on March 11, 2013.

Episode PlotEdit

This episode begins with a recap of the previous one. The hostesses/commentators, Ritsuko Akizuki and her puchidol Chicchan, along with the lovely Azusa Miura and her puchidol Miurasan say it's time for the final round. Miki Hoshii says that since Afu lost they should go home and sleep. Afu agrees but Ritsuko says that the final round will be a cavalry battle featuring all the competitors. Miki is angry to hear this. Ritsuko says that additionally, Haruka Amami will be singing throughout the competition. Haruka says she wants to participate but Ritsuko interrupts her. Haruka sings La-La-La Wonderland. Haruka wonders why she got the inset image treatment. As the others begin playing cavalry as seen in a montage, Haruka sings the song. Even the Producer gets in on the action as Chibiki is returned to Hibiki Ganaha. Haruka is furious. Suddenly, Harukasan jumps into the water. Haruka says "Hey, wait!" Harukasan makes a big splash and Ritsuko says it's finally over. Harukasan then begins to self-multiply like crazy and everyone in the pool is swamped by tons of Harukasans. Ritsuko then says "Same as always..." in a melancholic tone. Azusa asks "who should we say won?" A prize ball pops and says "Winner: Yayo" indicating Team Yayoi won. The narrator says that the winner is Yayo and the prize is a year's supply of bread. Yayo is happy. They decide to take a group photo and, despite Harukasan multipying, It was a fun swimming competition.



  • Ritsuko Akizuki
  • Azusa Miura
  • Kotori Otonashi
  • Takane Shijou
  • Ami Futami
  • Mami Futami
  • Iori Minase
  • Makoto Kikuchi
  • Miki Hoshii
  • Haruka Amami
  • Chihaya Kisaragi
  • Yayoi Takatsuki
  • Yukiho Hagiwara
  • Hibiki Ganaha


  • Chicchan
  • Miurasan
  • Piyopiyo
  • Koami
  • Komami
  • Io
  • Makochi
  • Afu
  • Harukasan
  • Chihya
  • Yayo
  • Yukipo
  • Chibiki


  • Producer