When is season 3 Episode 26 of Galactik Football?
This is Season 3, Episode 26 of Galactik Football animated series! For those who haven’t seen this episode, read at your own risk. Even though Aarch and Norata have managed to find the Multi-Flux bomb, they won’t be able to deactivate it on time. Snow Kids will face the Final without the the Breath.
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Who is the previous Akillian GF in Galactik?
Prod. Aarch the previous Akillian GF (Galactik Football) striker has a memory of his last football match when he takes a penalty but a freak snow and ice storm disrupts the game and the planet Akkilain is left in an ice age. Aarch has come back after 15 years to make a new team and try for the GF cup.
Who are the Snow Kids in Galactik Football?
The story follows the fate of an inexperienced Galactik Football team, the Snow Kids, as they aim to compete in and win the Galactik Football Cup. The story begins during a football match between the home team of planet Akillian and the Shadows.
Who is the star player of Galactik Football?
D’Jok – D’Jok is considered to be the star player of the Snow Kids and plays as the striker. He is dedicated to Galactik Football and tries his best to make sure the Snow Kids wins the Galactik Football Cup.
What happens in the final of Galactik Football?
Even though Aarch and Norata have managed to find the Multi-Flux bomb, they won’t be able to deactivate it on time. Snow Kids will face the Final without the the Breath. Clamp and the Pirates do what they can to activate the Anti-Multi-Flux.
One team of assortment of players, the Snow Kids, has its own secret weapon playing yer, cool girls, dynamo striker and a pair of goofy dudes who make it all look so easy. Feel the drama, feel the passion, feel the Flux! See more » Did You Know?