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Meteor: Abominable Memory is the thirteenth episode of Final Fantasy: Unlimited.
The episode opens with a brief recap of the final moments of the previous episode, then continues with Fungus attempting to recruit Kaze, and Ai and Lisa wishing to flee. Yu tells them they can not, as he has a feeling that they need to see the end of this fight.
Lisa tells the other two to find a safe place, before leaping off of Chobi's back, and into the midst of the fray. Using her Kigen to create cover from the spores of the fungus around her, she searches for Kaze. Despite Chobi managing to dodge a barrage of surface-to-air toadstools he and the children are captured by Fungus.
With the children now unconscious, Kaze notices his Magun does not respond. Still defiant, Kaze draws his side arm and opens fire, despite Lisa begging him not to for fear of hitting the children in the crossfire. Regardless, the bullets rebound from Fungus's helmet harmlessly. Fungus claims that as long as he is in his homeland, he can never be defeated, and sends a mushroom to drag both Lisa and Kaze below ground.
Meanwhile, in the Earl's throne room, the Earl, Herba, Pist, Oscar and Makenshi are all watching the events unfolding via a television like device. Upon seeing Kaze seemingly defeated Makenshi leaves, claiming to be searching for Omega.
Back in the world of Fungus, both Lisa and Kaze are alive. However, they are being held underground in a cavern with so many spores in the air, Lisa is finding it difficult to breath. Lisa begs Kaze to assist her in saving the children, but he doesn't say anything. When Lisa grabs his hand, Kaze seems to recall a memory; drifting away from a young woman as she begins to shine with a brilliant light.
Lisa's strength is beginning to fail when finally Kaze responds, saying the battlefield is calling him. At that moment, mist begins to envelope the cavern.
Kaze draws his gun as a sword is rested against his neck. Makenshi stands behind him, and tells him that he should have remained sleeping. Makenshi also observes Kaze's inability to fire the Magun at will, blaming a past battle. Kaze opens fire, but Makenshi easily deflects the shots.
Makenshi tells both Kaze and Lisa that the spores in the cavern will kill them shortly, unless they leave. Makenshi draws a bottle from his belt that he uses to summon his dragons, and tosses it into the air. Before Makenshi can slice it open and summon the creature, Kaze fires on the bottle, shattering it.
Aboard Fungus's airship, he announces that the children will be executed before the Earl. Fungus elaborates on why the children are being hunted; explaining that they somehow disrupt the chaotic order of the worlds. Just as his monologue is reaching its climax, the ground explodes in a burst of white light.
The Death of the RebornEdit
Makenshi boards the airship, and reveals to Fungus that Kaze still lives. Fungus grows to his colossal size once more, binding the children to the hilt of his club. As Fungus taunts Kaze to reveal himself, Crux appears overhead, sprinkling a black powder of the fungus.
Kaze and Lisa ascend from the hole, and are instantly spotted by Fungus. Just as Fungus attempts to crush the children, the fungus around him begins crumbling due to the black powder. It is then that they realize what the powder is mold. Watching this world crumble, Kaze recalls when the same thing occurred to his world; when it crumbled.
As the mold destroys the club and the children fall away, Chobi springs into action, flying them and Lisa to safety. Finally the Magun responds, and Kaze primes and loads it. Summoning a being named Meteor Master, Kaze sets the world ablaze.
Fungus uses his last words to thank Kaze for being his last opponent, suggesting he will not rise again after this.
After seeing Fungus die, the other Lords of Guadium seem indifferent as to his death, even going as far as to insult him. Sitting atop a hill nearby, Ai, Chobi, Lisa and Yu watch the flames burn the last of the world into ash.
A single combination of soil is seen in this episode:
The roar of the sky being destroyed/The roar of the sky engulfed in flames - Horizon Gold
A horrible rain of anger/The daggers of an angry rain - Aero Black/Arrow Black
The light that drives a wedge in eternity/The light that drives a wedge into eternity - Auto Silver/Photon Silver
This combination summons the Meteor Master, a being capable of destroying entire worlds with a barrage of meteors.