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|The Name of that Step is Change|
|Rōmaji||Sono Ippo no Na wa, Henka|
|Airdate||February 1, 2016|
|Dubbed||February 29, 2016|
|List of Akagami no Shirayukihime Episodes|
Episode 16 was originally released on February 1, 2016 in Japan. Funimation made an official subtitled version of it available on their official site as well as other popular viewing sites such as Hulu, Crunchyroll, and AnimeLab.
An English dub was released by Funimation on February 29, 2016.
Episode 16 covers events from Chapter 22 of the manga.
Still in Tanbarun, Raji and Shirayuki continue to let their relationship grow as they spend more and more time together, intriguing everyone in the castle and growing impressed of Raji's sudden change in character. While Raji's siblings, Rona and Eugena contuine to secretly observe their relationship around the same time, both Raji and Obi are beginning to consider their true feelings regarding Shirayuki. Meanwhile Mihaya returns and reveals to Zen his encounter with Kazuki, revealing new information. Kazuki is revealed to have a partner and they have both discovered that Shirayuki is in Tanbarun and are currently on their way to capture her. To warn them of the upcoming danger, Zen sends a message and prepares to leave for Tanbarun. Izana is against Zen leaving Clarines, but Zen refuses his brother's orders and strongly affirms his relationship with Shirayuki, revealing he will one day marry her and leaves for Tanbarun. However, on the night of the ball, the mysterious men seeking to kidnap her finally arrive. They are called The Lion's Of The Mountain.
Characters in Order of AppearancesEdit
- "Shirayuki, I found you!" —Kazuki
- "Our opponent must be pretty tough." —Rona talking about who might be Shirayuki's partner
- "I see. If you are saying that much then go if you want; however, if something happens to you that requires me to take action...then don't even think about bringing that girl back to the castle." —Izana warning Zen