The following are a list of episodes available for Morrow.
List of episodesEdit
Episode 1: Morrow and the ChocoboEdit
Morrow meets a legendary bird in Eidola that is otherwise known to be extinct.
Episode 2: Unspoiled VistaEdit
Morrow longs for the unspoiled island vista of Navos from his youth.
Episode 3: See―Through MagicEdit
Morrow and Wrieg are caught up in the experiments of a black mage researching see―through magic.
In the ancient era of Mysidia, Morrow, Wrieg and Mootie stumble upon a chanting black mage. As Wrieg approaches the black mage, he hits something invisible. The black mage yells at him to be careful as he reveals to the trio that he's created a new kind of magic: Sheerga. He elaborates upon its use on women with Morrow becoming unsure of what to say.
An intrigued Wrieg is amazed by the discovery with the black mage expressing delight at his reaction. Wrieg asks if the magic can be used yet with the black mage stating that he needs to conduct a few more experiments. The black mage asks the trio if they would like to join the experiment with Wrieg stating that they would love to.
The trio spy upon a cloaked person who the black mage says is a mysterious woman that appears, dances and then disappears, while also being incredibly fast. Wrieg questions if the person is really a woman while the black mage continues to reiterate that she is and how he finally has the magic to prove it. Morrow wonders why he tagged along while Wrieg tells him to go with it.
The black mage casts Sheerga on the cloaked person, revealing them to be a cactuar. The shocked cactuar, at a loss for words, quickly escapes. A dejected black mage concludes that the magic blew off the cloak and that the subject of it was a cactuar. Wrieg wonders why the cactuar was dressed as a person while Morrow, Mootie and the black mage decide to give chase.
An unknown voice states that this was the beginning of the war between Mysidians and the cactuars, with later research revealing that 40% of the population at the time were actually cactuar. It further states that humans, elves and dwarves would come together to stave the hidden threat. The voice is revealed to be Wrieg who laughs it off and states that while see―through magic may have its uses, there's more to it than meets the eye
Morrow, Mootie and the Black Mage are shown chasing the speeding cactuar.
Episode 4: A Day on the RoadEdit
Using knowledge from his vast travels, Wrieg crafts a remedy for an ill Aemo in a forest far from human settlements.
Episode 5: Four TribesEdit
During a time when all four tribes live together in harmony, Morrow is asked to bury a time capsule.
Episode 6: Time CapsuleEdit
In an era where humans are the sole surviving race, a boy is deeply moved when he discovers an ancient time capsule.
Episode 7: Oversized MootieEdit
Back home, Morrow has a nightmare starting with donuts given to him by Gad.
Episode 8: Mootie's Past and FutureEdit
Morrow runs into King Odin in Eidola Temple, and hears a tale concerning Mootie.
Episode 9: Moogle Doll ScrambleEdit
Morrow and Wrieg form teams to compete for a moogle doll.
Episode 10: Boys' Nighttime TalkEdit
The boys have a little talk one night in a fort.
Episode 11: Wonderful PresentEdit
On Gordon's behalf, Morrow asks Jornee what kind of presents she'd like to receive.
Episode 12: Family and MorrowEdit
Jornee and the elf king, Morrow imagines what it would have been like to have parents.
Episode 13: Moogle Festival EveEdit
Time has stopped in Eidola. Morrow and friends look at the moogles, who are frozen in their preparations for a festival.
Gad (a.k.a. Doga), Morrow, and friends appreciate Navos really as their homeland.
Episode 15: Endless AdventuresEdit
A young man's journey continues without end...
Episode 16: A New Apprentice PilotEdit
A future pilot takes one step on the spacetime ship Kairos.
Episode 17: Tale of a GiantEdit
A gentle giant restores his bond with humans. Memories of a first friend.
Morrow and Mootie visit Titan in The Rift. Titan wonders why they're there with Morrow stating that he wanted to give the lonely Titan some company. Titan asks Morrow to tell him stories that humans have told about Titan. Morrow recounts a story about Titan and a young human girl having a friendship.
Titan closes his eyes and reminisces about a time long ago in Mysidia. Titan looks at Mysidia on a cliff from afar while a young girl continues to yell out for him. He approaches the young girl and wonders about what she wants again. The young girl mentions that Titan can get pretty lonely sometimes so she wanted to give him company. She decides to play with Titan and runs away from him while he gives chase.
In the present time, Morrow tells Titan that he'll bring a picture book of the story on his next visit. Titan appreciates the gesture and gives his thanks to the departing Morrow and Mootie.