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This is a list of episodes in the Rozen Maiden Anime series.

Rozen Maiden

# Title Original air date
01 Rozen Maiden
"Bara Otome" (薔薇乙女 Fräulein Rose)
October 7, 2004 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Sakurada Jun is a hikikomori, or a boy who has decided to isolate himself from the outside world, and legally doesn't go to school. In his time, Jun orders "supernatural" items online, only to return them. One day, he receives a paper asking him whether he will "wind" or "not wind". Jun carelessly accepts, and a mysterious box appears in his room. Inside is a doll, who can move and talk! She is "Shinku, the Fifth Doll of the Rozen Maiden."
02 Hinaichigo
"Hinaichigo" (雛苺 Kleine Beere)
October 14, 2004 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
This episode introduces another Rozen Maiden doll, Hinaichigo and her medium, Tomoe. Hinaichigo is always sad that Tomoe never has time to play with her. Shinku shows Jun the portal to Hinaichigo's world where the dolls must fight each other in the Alice Game.
03 Suigintou
"Suigintō" (水銀燈 Mercury Lampe)
October 21, 2004 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Hinaichigo now lives in the Sakurada house as well. While Nori (and even Jun) tries to find out what Hinaichigo's "unyuu" is, another Rozen Maiden doll, Suigintou, appears.
04 Suiseiseki
"Suiseiseki" (翠星石 Jade Stern)
October 28, 2004 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
When a flying box barges into Jun's room, we are introduced to Suiseiseki, the Third Doll of the Rozen Maiden. She takes everyone to Jun's dream world, which is actually a lifeless domain filled with memories of Jun's past. The doll also shows them how everyone has a soul tree that grows inside them.
05 The Stairway
"Kaidan" (階段 Die Treppe)
November 4, 2004 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
In an episode of comic relief, Hinaichigo and Jun battle Suiseiseki and Shinku for the rights as to who took Hinaichigo's strawberry.
06 Tears
"Namida" (涙 Tränen)
November 11, 2004 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Suigintou takes Hinaichigo hostage, so Shinku, Jun, and Suiseiseki enter Suigintou's world to battle. It is also shown that Jun had brought a doll back to life. Shinku suddenly collapses at the end.
07 Dreams
"Yume" (夢 Träume)
November 18, 2004 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
In order to save Shinku, and later Hinaichigo, Jun must confront his fears of his own school and retrieve a book he discovers to be there.
08 Souseiseki
"Sōseiseki" (蒼星石 Lapislazuli Stern)
November 25, 2004 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
We are introduced to Souseiseki, a Rozen Maiden doll who is living with an old man. The old man always sees Souseiseki as his late son, so the doll is forced to stay with him. Suiseiseki was traumatized by her twin sister's resolve to choose the old man over her. Suigintou soon intervenes.
09 The Prison
"Ori" (檻 Das Gefängnis)
December 2, 2004 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
The old man's past is revealed: When his son died in a car crash, his wife fell into a deep sleep long ago. Now the old man calls out for his son, because he is in shock to lose his family. Suigintou takes control of the old man's dream world and entraps Jun and the dolls inside it. Plus, she also takes Souseiseki's artificial spirit, Renpika, and is threatening Suiseiseki to hand over her artificial spirit, Sui Dream, in order to save Jun.
10 Parting
"Betsuri" (別離 Abschied)
December 9, 2004 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Suigintou wagers a battle with Shinku for the victor's Rosa Mystica at midnight. Throughout the day, Shinku is acting awfully quiet, and no one knows of her bet. Alas, she talks with Jun saying that to live means to fight. The episode ends with Shinku bidding farewell to Jun at midnight, for this battle could be the cost of Shinku's life.
11 Destiny
"Unmei" (運命 Schicksal)
December 16, 2004 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
The battle begins between Suigintou and Shinku. However, Suigintou seals Jun into his dream world where he will break down from his past memories. Jun starts to suffer and think that he is good for nothing, whereas Nori, Hinaichigo, Suiseiseki, and Souseiseki intervene in the battle.
12 Shinku
"Shinku" (真紅 Reiner Rubin)
December 23, 2004 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
The battle is concluded, with the winner being Jun. However, the Rozen Maiden dolls have changed Jun inside and out. He is no longer afraid of the outside world and resolves conflicts with others. After the battle Shinku disappears for a while. We find out Jun has become stronger as a human and that he will be returning to school with Shinku by his side.

Rozen Maiden Träumend

# Title Original air date
01 Barasuishou
"Bara Suishō" (薔薇水晶 Rozenkristall)
October 20, 2005 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Jun has overcome his past and must now make up all his schoolwork before he can actually go back. Suiseiseki and Souseiseki barge into the Sakurada house as usual, the dolls play with each other, everything is back to normal. However Shinku starts to face deep nightmares about Suigintou. The Seventh Doll of the Rozen Maiden, Barasuishou, is introduced.
02 Enju
"Enju" (槐 Enju)
October 27, 2005 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Shinku claims that the Seventh Doll never met any of her sisters, so Barasuishou's appearance is a sign from Father to end the Alice Game soon. Shinku's strange behavior continues, and Jun continues to worry about her. Jun and Tomoe also visit the doll shop of a creator named Enju.
03 Kanaria
"Kanariya" (金糸雀 Kanarienvogel)
November 3, 2005 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
The Second Doll of the Rozen Maiden, Kanaria, is introduced. Her initial plan is to sneak into the Sakurada house and take the four Rosa Mysticae of her sisters. However, chaos erupts as the dolls think that a burglar broke in.
04 Contract
"Keiyaku" (契約 Vereinbarung)
November 10, 2005 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Suiseiseki decides to find a medium, but her only option is Jun, who she doesn't believe can help her. Ultimately, Jun and the dolls, Kanaria included, are taken to Barasuishou's world, where she foreshadows the Alice Game.
05 The Letter
"Tegami" (手紙 Der Brief)
November 17, 2005 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Another comic relief episode, featuring Hinaichigo trying to send a letter to Jun, Suiseiseki trying to earn Jun's respect, Souseiseki trying to keep order in the house, and Kanaria trying to get into the Sakurada house yet again. Shinku and Jun are in the background during the events of this episode.
06 Angel
"Tenshi" (天使 Engel)
November 24, 2005 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Suigintou returns and makes a contract with the sickly Megu, who wishes only for death and insists that she is incomplete, broken, and "junk". After hearing Barasuishou and Shinku out, does Suigintou come to terms with her dark past?
07 Tea Party
"Chakai" (茶会 Teegesellschaft)
December 1, 2005 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Kanaria makes her resolve to fight, in order to both remain alive and to make her medium, Micchan, happy. However, conflicts get resolved and Kanaria fulfills her medium's wish a different way. Meanwhile, Souseiseki starts to see deeper into the Alice Game and begins to believe that she and her sisters should fight.
08 Doll Maker
"Ningyōshi" (人形師 Puppenmacher)
December 8, 2005 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
After having seen an apparition of Father, Souseiseki soon sees the deep meaning behind the Alice Game. After having seen Enju and his feelings about dolls, Jun starts to wonder more about Rozen and his love for his dolls. Souseiseki resolves to fight her sisters, take their Rosa Mysticae, and become Alice.
09 The Reproach
"Kai / Imashime" (戒 Der Tadel)
December 15, 2005 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Suiseiseki becomes worried about her twin sister. What is Souseiskei trying to tell them? The answer seems to lie with Barasuishou and Suigintou.
10 Tomoe
"Tomoe" (巴 Tomoe)
January 12, 2006 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Souseiseki is destined to meet a tragic fate, and to make matters worse, Shinku sees the same for Hinaichigo as well. Hinaichigo is also aware of her destiny, and shares her last moments with Tomoe. There is no time to mourn, however, since Laplace, Barasuishou, and Enju have apparently laid a trap for Jun and the remaining Rozen Maidens.
11 Rose Garden
"Baraen" (薔薇園 Rosengarten)
January 19, 2006 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Because they have yet to fulfill Father's wish, the remaining dolls fight Barasuishou and Suigintou. When things spiral downward, what will become of Alice?
12 Alice
"Shōjo" (少女 Alice)
January 26, 2006 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
The conflicts are solved, the battles are ended. Jun learns the shocking truth about Barasuishou, Enju, and Rozen. The episode (and series) ends with many unresolved plots; who was Laplace, really, who exactly was he dancing with in the N-Field, and will Father and Alice truly ever be revealed?

Rozen Maiden Ouvertüre

# Title Original air date
01 Eternity
"Yūkyū" (悠久 Ewigkeit)
December 22, 2006 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
Set in the middle of Traumend, Souseiseki tells Jun the story of the Rozen Maidens' past, when they lived in 19th century, London, and when Shinku first met Suigintou...
02 Vanity
"Kyoshoku" (虚飾 Eitelkeit)
December 23, 2006 {{{FirstEngAirDate}}}
At first, Suigintou was merely an innocent and clueless doll...until misunderstandings soon led to the hatred for Shinku.

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