Anime Toaru Kagaku no Railgun S | A Certain Scientific Railgun S

The second season focused on The Sisters Arc. Lasting only a single volume in the Toaru Majutsu no Index light novels, it was later expanded greatly in the Toaru Kagaku no Railgun manga. The arc focuses on the ordeals of Mikoto Misaka after discovering the existence of the Radio Noise sisters that are being used in the Level 6 Shift, an experiment where they are killed in order for the highest-ranking Level 5, Accelerator, to achieve Level 6.

Type: TV (24 episodes x 24 minutes)
Studio: J.C.Staff
Aired: Apr 12, 2013 to Sep 27, 2013
Watch Online: Funimation | Hulu

Anime A Certain Scientific Railgun S | Toaru Kagaku no Railgun S

A Certain Scientific Railgun S Episode Synopsis

Episode 1: Railgun

After dealing with some thugs, Mikoto has a brief and uncomfortable run in with Tokiwadai’s other Level 5 esper, Misaki Shokuhou, before she and Kuroko meet up with Kazari, Ruiko and Erii in order to visit Banri in hospital. As Erii rekindles with Banri, Mikoto reveals to the others that she wants to give Banri a present in a surprising manner, only to realise she left her bag containing the present in her hospital ward. Just then, a criminal patient that was under watch by AntiSkill is broken free by some of his companions and takes Erii as a hostage. Upon learning of the situation from Yomikawa, Mikoto heads to the rooftop to try and prevent the culprits escaping via helicopter. They throw Erii off the side of the building in order to break free, but she is saved thanks to Ruiko and Kuroko. Learning that her bag is onboard the fleeing helicopter, Mikoto has Kuroko teleport her to the skies where she deals with the culprits using her railgun. With the incident dealt with, Banri finally opens her present from everyone, revealed to be Sakugawa’s Middle School uniform for her to wear once she recovers.

Episode 2: Critical

Mikoto recalls in a dream of how, when she was younger, she was approached by scientists wanting to use her DNA map to help cure Duchenne muscular dystrophy. After punishing Kuroko for sleeping on her bed, Kuroko tries to take Mikoto through an alleyway to get to the mall, only to find it filled with people. They discover this is due to someone hiding envelopes containing money cards within the alleyways, piquing people’s curiosity to search for them. After running into Ruiko, who is also on the hunt for the money cards, Mikoto overhears some SkillOuts who have managed to locate the source of the envelopes and decides to follow them. Meanwhile, Ruiko grows curious as she allegedly seen Mikoto at the mall, despite Mikoto never actually getting there, with Mii explaining to Kazari about a rumor of there being clones of her. The SkillOuts eventually trace the envelopes back to a girl, a Nagatenjouki Academy student, and demanding she hand over the other envelopes. Things get tense, however, when it appears the SkillOuts are getting killed off one by one, which the girl claims to have an ability called “Critical” that allows her freely kill anyone she’s touched. By the time Mikoto arrives on the scene, the girl has managed to defeat the SkillOuts, who are actually outcold as she used their fear of death against them to knocked them out with a paper fan and a hidden anesthetic needle on her palm. The girl recognizes Mikoto, referring to her as ‘the original’.

Episode 3: Radio Noise Project (Railgun Mass-Production Plan)

Mikoto is reminded of rumors about there being a clone of her and attempts to question Shinobu, who was distributing the envelopes in order to fill the alleyways that securite cameras can’t reach with human eyes, but she leaves after inadvertently setting the building on fire whilst burning the evidence, simply stating Mikoto would be unable to stop what was happening with her power. Curious about what she said, Mikoto looks up Shinobu’s profile, linking her to the facility where she had given the scientists her DNA map. Mikoto decides to infilitrate this facility, using her electricity to get past the security. Reaching a room that is seperate from the rest of the building’s network, Mikoto is shocked to learn that there really have been clones made from her DNA map, with the whole premise of needing it for a cure being a complete lie. However, the plan they had been intended to be used for, the Radio Noise project, was abandoned after it turned out the clones were unable to match Mikoto’s level of power. Feeling some relief from this, believing there weren’t clones of her after all, Mikoto leaves the facility whilst a similar-looking girl is seen deleting the data.

Episode 4: Sisters

Three months earlier, in an unknown facility, a pair of scientists mentor the birth of a clone of Mikoto, labelled Misaka 9982, installing memory functions via the Testament. Back in the present, Mikoto, who is feeling cheerful with the clone rumors being seemingly debunked, goes shopping with Kuroko and the others at the mall, helping Kazari and Erii buy a rice cooker whilst also picking out things for an upcoming school trip. The next day, as Mikoto ends up having nothing to do, some young children, including the girl whose bag she previously found, pick up on this and have her play with them. Noticing one of the kids wearing a Gekota badge, Mikoto frantically goes through a whole bunch of capsule vendors in order to win one for herself. As the day comes to an end, Mikoto suddenly senses a power identical to her own and, upon chasing after its source, comes across Misaka 9982.

Episode 5: Level 6 Shift Project

After unwillingingly helping her rescue a kitten from a tree, Mikoto tries to question Misaka 9982, but is unable to learn much due to being unable to decipher a codeword. She instead decides to follow her around in case she returns to her base of operations, where they end up doing some surprisingly sisterly activities. Later that evening, as Misaka 9982 points out that she isn’t returning to her point of origin, Mikoto takes her leave after inadvertently giving her the badge she won earlier. After receiving some help from Kazari in deciphering the code she was told about, Mikoto is horrified to learn of the Level 6 Shift Project, in which 20,000 Sisters are to be killed in 20,000 battles in order to evolve Academy City’s most powerful Level 5 esper, Accelerator, into a Level 6 esper. Whilst learning of this, Misaka 9982 engages in her assigned battle with the aforementioned Accelerator, finding herself helpless against his reflective abilities. Fleeing to a railway yard, she attempts a sneak attack on Accelerator using a planted mine, only for him to survive and tear off her leg. Mikoto arrives on the scene, only to look in horror as Misaka 9982 is crushed to death by a train, clutching onto the badge she received from her sister. Enraged at Misaka 9982’s death, Mikoto charges at Accelerator head-on.

Episode 6: Because… I Can See What Everyone Has Been Through

Mikoto unleashes her anger at Accelerator, who quickly deduces she is the original, becoming further enraged upon seeing Misaka 9982’s torn leg and hearing Accelerator’s selfish reasons for participating in the experiment. However, even her most powerful attacks are simply reflected back at her. Just then, the fight is halted by the arrival of dozens of other Sisters, who request that Accelerator stop fighting Mikoto to avoid throwing off the experiment’s calculations. As Accelerator takes his leave, Mikoto feels no comfort in hearing the Sisters acknowledge themselves as nothing more than guinea pigs. After a restless night, Mikoto is approached by Shinobu, who explains why she chose to oppose the experiment. Having been called back from the Radio Noise Project to assist in the Level 6 Shift Project, Shinobu got to see the sensitive side of one of the Sisters and become unable to see them as anything other than human. Upon hearing this, Mikoto takes it upon herself to destroy the facilities involved in the experiment, keeping it a secret from Kuroko and the others.

Episode 7: I Want To Be Sissy’s Power

As Mikoto secretly lays waste to each of the labs involved in the Level 6 Shift project, Kuroko continues to cover for her disappearances, but she grows increasingly concerned and starts to miss her friend. While on patrol she encounters a child called Minori searching for Shinobu’s cash cards along with some friends, acting on an urban legend that the cards with certain serial numbers are lucky. Kuroko scolds them and confiscates the card they found, but later finds Minori continuing the search alone and saves her from getting hit by a car. Minori reveals that she is looking for the cards as a special gift for a close friend who is moving away, and so reminded of her partner, Kuroko decides to supervise her search along with Kazari and Ruiko, even while knowing that as members of Judgement they could not let Minori keep the card. Mii comes across them and offers a more ‘analogue’ suggestion- that they search for a four-leaf clover instead. During their search, Kuroko’s concerns for Mikoto are revealed, and Ruiko and Kazari remind her that her efforts are appreciated, not just by Mikoto but by her other friends as well. Kuroko and Minori each find four-leaf clovers, and Kuroko decides to keep hers, resolving to continue her loyalty and hard work. Meanwhile, the engineers of the Level 6 Shift project discover Mikoto’s sabotages and prepare to respond.

Episode 8: ITEM

With only two facilities remaining, the higher ups behind the Level 6 Shift project call upon the services of the mercenary team ITEM. As Mikoto infiltrates one of these facilities, she finds herself against one of its members, Frenda Seivelun, who causes trouble for her using flammable tape and stuffed toys containing bombs. Meanwhile, Shinobu arrives at the other remaining facility, where they are attempting to transport the data whilst the other facility is being attacked. Mikoto chases down Frenda who, after a series of failed attacks, fills the room up with nitrogen, bluffing that it is an explosive gas, preventing Mikoto from using her electricity and putting her at a huge disadvantage. However, Mikoto, refusing to simply give up and be killed, manages to fight back against Frenda, leading to her bluff becoming exposed and a prompt electrical payback. As Mikoto tries to interrogate Frenda, who is unable to respond due to being shocked, she is suddenly attacked by ITEM’s leader and the 4th ranked Level 5 esper, Shizuri Mugino.

Episode 9: AIM Stalker

Mikoto attempts to escape from Shizuri’s attacks, which proves difficult due to ITEM’s third member, Rikō Takitsubo, using her AIM Stalker ability to help Shizuri and Frenda home their attacks on her position. Meanwhile, Shinobu, who felt Mikoto shouldn’t have to carry her burden alone, sneaks into the basement of her facility where the incubated Sisters are being held. There, she intends to install emotions into all of the remaining Sisters via the Misaka Network in the hopes it may move the organizers to suspend the experiments. However, she is apprehended by ITEM’s fourth member, Saiai Kinuhata, who was guarding the facility in case a second party was involved in the attacks. Shinobu somehow manages to get the program installing, but it is suddenly blocked by an unforeseen error code, labelled “Breach code no. 20001”. She attempts to use violence to save herself, but her attack proves futile against Saiai’s Offense Armor ability and she is taken into custody. Back at the other facility, a weakened Mikoto is forced to use her ability to deflect Shizuri’s Meltdowner attack, making her realize who the intruder’s identity is. Learning of this, Shizuri decides to send Frenda and Rikō away so she can settle things with Mikoto herself.

Episode 10: Meltdowner (Particle Destabilizer)

As Mikoto eventually comes face to face with Shizuri, she manages to use some of Frenda’s doll bombs to compensate for her weakened powers. Shizuri fights off these dolls by using silicon shards cards to divide her lasers, but Mikoto manages to knock her out with one of the remaining dolls. After finding and destroying the facility’s data bank, Mikoto finds herself on the run from an angered Shizuri. Fleeing to a bridge, Mikoto manages to get the best of Shizuri by using Frenda’s ignitive tape to collapse the walkway underneath her and cause her to fall down. As Mikoto makes her escape, Shizuri manages to learn about the Level 6 Shift project and decides it would be more amusing to let Mikoto suffer. The next day, Mikoto investigates the remaining facility, only to find it abandoned, allegedly having gone bankrupt. As Mikoto believes this to be the end of the experiments, she comes across Tōma by the vending machines.

Episode 11: Vending Machine

Mikoto runs into Touma, who, unbeknownst to her, has lost his memories of her, and ends up vandalising a vending machine to spit out drinks to compensate for some money it stole from Touma. Kuroko arrives on the scene and, despite not being pleased over the presence of a supposed ‘boyfriend’, feels relieved that Mikoto appears to be back to her cheerful self and takes her leave. However, Mikoto’s joy is shortlived when another Sister, Misaka 10031, appears before her, telling her in private that the experiments are still ongoing. Horrified to learn more Sisters have died bacause of her, Mikoto ends up yelling at Misaka 10031 for reminding her of Misaka 9982. After learning countless other facilities have picked up the experiment, Mikoto comes to realise that her enemy is Academy City itself. Meanwhile, Accelerator recalls how he was first approached about the Level 6 Shift project. Deciding that she will need to do something drastic in order to stop the experiments, Mikoto feels relieved that Kuroko would still perform her duty as Judgment should she be labelled a criminal for doing so.

Episode 12: Tree Diagram

Mikoto resolves to destroy the Tree Diagram, the supercomputer responsible for the experiment’s calculations, in the hope she may be able to stop them. Meanwhile, Touma encounters Misaka 10032, who coerces him into helping her look after an abandoned kitten she had found. As Touma goes into a book store to look for a book to help him with his own cat, Misaka 10032 goes off to observe Accelerator as he begins his scheduled battle with Misaka 10031. Arriving at Tree Diagram’s control center, hoping to hack into Tree Diagram to order a halt to the experiment, Mikoto is confused to find it not only heavily low on security, but completely abandoned as well. Hacking into the system, she is horrified to learn the truth; Tree Diagram had been destroyed for months, with the experiments continueing regardless.

Episode 13: Accelerator

Mikoto falls in despair, realizing that with Tree Diagram destroyed, she has no way of stopping the experiments. She tries to cling onto her cause by mercilessly destroying another facility, but loses all hope when she sees a feed of Misaka 10031 being killed by Accelerator. As Accelerator reminisces about his first experiment and his first time killing a Sister, Tōma discovers Misaka 10031’s corpse and calls AntiSkill to investigate it, only to find it gone when they arrive, with no evidence it ever occurred. After the AntiSkill leaves, Misaka 10032 appears before Tōma, who comes to learn the true nature of the Sisters. Upon learning this, Tōma heads for the Tokiwadai dorms to try and get some answers from Mikoto, who at the same time is contemplating her last resort.

Episode 14: Promise

Tōma arrives at the Tokiwadai dorms, where he is reluctantly greeted by Kuroko, who decides to let him wait for Mikoto return. When the Dorm Supervisor comes by for an inspection, Kuroko is forced to hide Tōma under Mikoto’s bed due to his powers negating her teleportation. There, he finds the details concerning the Level 6 Shift project stuffed inside her teddy bear, learning that Misaka 10032’s experiment is next. Tōma follows a trail of windmills to a bridge where he eventually finds Mikoto and confronts her about the experiments. With all her other efforts failed, Mikoto feels convinced that the only way to stop the experiments now is to prove she doesn’t live up to Tree Diagram’s expectations of her power by letting herself be killed by Accelerator in a single move. However, Tōma, feeling her way won’t save anyone, decides to stand in her way, refusing to fight back or even defend himself from Mikoto’s lightning. Mikoto’s emotions soon build up into a large shockwave that Tōma takes the full brunt of, helping her to see his resolve. After regaining consciousnesses and being greeted by a tearful Mikoto, Tōma comes up with his own idea; that if he, a Level 0, can defeat the Level 5 Accelerator in a fight and prove him to be actually weak, the entire basis for the experiments would fall apart. Despite Mikoto’s objection, Tōma heads off to where Misaka 10032’s experiment is being held.

Episode 15: Tōma Kamijō

Despite the injuries he received from Mikoto, Tōma goes off at full speed and arrives at the site where Accelerator and Misaka 10032 are fighting. Tōma states his firm desire to rescue Misaka 10032, saying that even if she is a clone, there’s only one of her in the world. As their fight begins, Tōma initially struggles against Accelerator as he launches projectiles at him and sets off a dust explosion. However, Accelerator is shocked when Tōma is able to punch him with his right hand, also coming as a surprise to Mikoto, who had also rushed to the scene. Angered, Accelerator starts using his ability to manipulate the wind, creating a huge hurricane that deals a lot of damage to Tōma. Mikoto attempts to go with her original plan in order to save Tōma, only to realize it would be futile upon witnessing Accelerator using his power to create a plasma storm that would wipe out everything in the area. Realizing what can be done to stop it, Mikoto goes over to Misaka 10032 and begs for her help in protecting Tōma’s dream. Moved by these words, Misaka 10032 uses the Misaka Network to command the other Sisters in Academy City to use their electricity to manipulate the city’s windmills, affecting the wind and disrupting Accelerator’s calculations, preventing him from stabilizing the plasma. As Mikoto prepares to stand off against Accelerator once more, Tōma gathers the strength to stand up.

Episode 16: Sisters

Accelerator demands to know why Mikoto is protecting Misaka 10032 and is surprised to hear her answer that she is her sister. Before Accelerator tries to kill them, Tōma manages to regain his footing and uses the remainder of his strength to beat Accelerator with one final punch. As he is knocked out, Accelerator comes to the realization that the reason he wanted to become a Level 6 in the first place was so that he wouldn’t have to hurt anyone anymore. After the experiments are cancelled as a result, Mikoto visits Tōma in hospital, who assures her that even though many Sisters died, it’s thanks to Mikoto that they got to be born in the first place. Afterwards, Mikoto takes a walk with Misaka 10032, where they play with another pair of sisters and think about the future that lies ahead. The next day, Ruiko and Kazari discuss about Mikoto using Ruiko’s kitchen to make some handmade cookies which are for Tōma as thanks for his help. Though she doesn’t get much of an opportunity to give them to him, she does feel some happiness when he finally calls her by her proper name.

Episode 17: Study Session

When asked by the Dorm Supervisor to explain her absences, Mikoto bluffs that she was having study sessions with her friends. As Ruiko arranges a get together so she can hear who Mikoto was making cookies for the other day, Kuroko comes across Minori again before being dragged along by Mitsuko to a pet shop. Meanwhile, Mikoto visits Heaven Canceller to hear about the status of the Sisters, learning they are being reconfigured so they may live longer than their originally intended two year lifespan. Whilst arriving at the family restaurant to meet up with Kuroko, Mikoto comes across Shizuri and Frenda, leading to an awkward argument between Kuroko and Frenda over their respective partners. But when Kuroko and Frenda starts revealing perverted facts about theirs partners, both Mikoto and Shizuri angrily punish them. Later, Mikoto, Kuroko, Kazari and Ruiko have a nabe party, with Erii joining them. As Mikoto and Kuroko heads home before curfew, Kuroko is glad to see Mikoto is back to normal.

Episode 18: Moving

A mysterious organisation oversees ITEM as they fight against a group of mechs. The next day, Mikoto and the gang visit Banri, who is due to be discharged from the hospital soon and will be moving into an apartment with Erii, who will be moving out of Kazari’s apartment as a result. As the gang discuss about the move, Kuroko and Kazari reveals Judgement will be on duty for the upcoming Academic Assembly Exhibit where Academy City’s top genius students will attend. Meanwhile, Mitsuko uses her power to stop a purse thief, but her victory is short-lived when a curious man named Aritomi berates her for her actions. As the group get together to celebrate Banri’s dischargement, Kuroko and Kazari are called off for Judgment duties when the traffic signals suddenly go out. After finishing her duties, Kazari gives a box of taiyaki to Erii, and the two have a tearful farewell as roommates. As the group take a detour home, they come across a curious white-haired girl named Febri, who appears to know Mikoto. Meanwhile, the mysterious organisation led by Aritomi begins their next plan to show their power against espers.

Episode 19: Academy City Research Exhibit Assembly

The girls are unable to find out any more information from Febri, as she appears to be a bit cautious around Mikoto and takes a liking with Ruiko. Kazari invites Ruiko and Febri to her apartment to spend the night. The next day, the group fails to find any background information on Febri, believing her to be a Child Error, so they make arrangements for her to be moved to the orphanage in Asunaro Park. As the gang heads out where the Academic Assembly Exhibit will be held, Ruiko sets up some time for Mikoto to get along with Febri on their own. However, Febri gets lost when she wanders off and follows a Gekota mascot who is actually Pierce Aogami whilst Mikoto wasn’t looking. Aritomi spots her and sends some security bots after her, but Mikoto manages to save her in time. Afterwards, Ruiko has Febri apologize to Mikoto for worrying her which young girl finally accepts Mikoto. With Mikoto now involved, Aritomi and his colleagues decide to experiment on her as well.

Episode 20: Febri

As AntiSkill become curious over how the security bots functioned without any batteries, Mii treats Mikoto and the others by taking them to the public baths, where Mikoto lets Febri have one of her rare Gekota finger puppets. Whilst heading home, the girls are led on a detour to a warehouse, where they are attacked by a mech. As Mikoto fights against the mech, which seems resiliant to her electricity, the mech suddenly stops functioning when it comes close to attacking Febri, allowing Mitsuko to defeat it with her Aero Hand ability. After Mikoto discovers the mech to be curiously unmanned, Febri comes down with a fever and is admitted into hospital. Meanwhile, it is shown that Shinobu is working with the group targeting Febri. Back at the hospital, Mitsuko informs the others about how she, Wannai, and Atsuki came to learn that the man from before was attempting to ‘reclaim’ Febri. The next morning as Febri seems to make a full recovery, Heaven Canceler informs Mikoto in private that Febri is in fact an artificial human.

Episode 21: Darkness

Heaven Canceler goes on to explain to Mikoto that Febri’s body secretes a poison, requiring her to suck special lollipops to neutralize it, leaving her angry that another dark organization is performing twisted experiments. Whilst keeping this a secret from the others, Mikoto runs into Misaka 10032 who, having visited Febri the previous night, informs her that Febri had been wanting to meet her own big sister. She also reveals Febri gained her knowledge via Testament, leading Mikoto to believe Shinobu is involved. After receiving a call from Mitsuko about the importance of trusting friends, Mikoto realises she shouldn’t have to do this alone and decides to inform Kuroko and the others about Febri’s condition, becoming surprised and relieved to find they are more than willing to help. As Mikoto and her friends tries to find clues related to Febri, Yomikawa gives Mikoto a capsule found in the unmanned mech suit. Heaven Canceler examines the capsule which contains a strand of hair similar to Febri’s, possibly belonging to her sister. However, he also reveals to Mikoto that Febri only has enough lollipops to stay alive for another 72 hours. With Mikoto deciding to face the darkness of Academy City once more in order to save Febri, Heaven Canceler arranges for her to meet someone familiar with the underground: Therestina.

Episode 22: Study

Despite being mocked by Therestina, Mikoto refuses to leave until she gets information to save Febri. Therestina hesitantly reveals that Febri is an artificial human called a Chemicaloid, which her creators were going to exhibit at the Academic Assembly. Mikoto tells the others about Febri’s condition. Mitsuko, Kinoho and Maaya help Kazari identify the mysterious man as Haruki Aritomi, a long time winner of the Academic Assembly. Kazari discovers that Aritomi and other student geniuses formed the STUDY Corporation, and purchased a factory that Kazari suspects is where Febri and her lollipops were being made. Mikoto heads to the factory, spots ITEM fighting mechs sent by STUDY and overhears that the mechs are controlled via a form of psychogenesis by the capsules inside them. After ITEM leaves, Mikoto enters the factory and finds Shinobu, who had taught Febri Mikoto’s name so she would be protected by her. Shinobu gives Mikoto the data to make more neutralizer lollipops, only to learn from Aritomi the information is fake; this confirms that he suspected Shinobu was a traitor. Aritomi orders Shinobu to inject Mikoto with a tranquilizer in exchange the real neutralizer data. Mikoto is given the tranquilizer and becomes unconscious but Aritomi breaks his word and destroys the data. Febri is revealed to be a spare to his true project, Janie.

Episode 23: (Dawn of a Revolution) Silent Party

Aritomi reveals he started the Chemicaloid project which created Janie and Febri due to his bitterness that espers gain fame and recognition while intellectuals like him are ignored. To finally show their power, STUDY found a way to mass produce espers which will bring forth a revolution upon Academy City tomorrow. Later, Shinobu explains to Mikoto how she was sold to STUDY after being captured by ITEM and was forced to work on the Chemicaloids, which were born from her research, becoming determined to save them. Using her own electricity to counter the paralysis in her body, Mikoto assures Shinobu that she doesn’t need to take everything on by herself. Kuroko and the others arrive to rescue Mikoto, whilst Shinobu chooses to stay behind in order to do her part. After learning that 20,000 mechs, controlled by Janie’s Diffusion Ghost ability, have been snuck into the Assembly, with Anti-Skill prevented from interfering, the girls make preparations to save Shinobu, Febri, and Janie. The next morning, Kuroko, Mii, Mitsuko, Kinoho, Maaya, Ruiko, and Kazari step up to face the mechs, whilst Mikoto and Febri head off in search of Janie.

Episode 24: Eternal Party

The entirety of Judgment joins Kuroko and the others in fighting off against STUDY’s mechs. Meanwhile, Mikoto and Febri arrive at STUDY’s hidden base at a stadium, fighting off against the mechs Aritomi sends against them. STUDY responds by sending a signal to cut off everyone’s communications and sending more advanced mechs after each group. However, they overcome this thanks to Erii and Banri setting up a network of telepaths, with Kazari and Ruiko piloting their own mech that Mitsuko’s father sent over, whilst ITEM help to destroy the mechs sent after Mikoto. Mikoto and Febri soon arrive at the underground base, where Aritomi initiates a final phase, which he launches Cluster missile from space containing Diffusion Ghost that will destroy Academy City by causing a chain reaction with the city’s AIM fields. Aritomi attempts to kill himself, only to be stopped by Mikoto, who is determined to save everyone. With the assistance of the Sisters, Mikoto rides in Mitsuko’s mech and launches into the atmosphere, using the mech as ammunition for a massive railgun to destroy the missile. After freeing Janie from STUDY’s control and reuniting her with Febri, who is given more neutralizer lollipops, Shinobu makes plans to bring the twins to an overseas research facility to cure their condition. After saying their goodbyes to Shinobu and the twins, Mikoto and the gang discuss their upcoming vacation.

Episode Bonus: All the Important Things I Learned in a Bathhouse

As the local bathhouse comes under threat of being closed down, Mii enlists the help of Mikoto, Ruiko, Kuroko and Kazari to help promote interest, coming up with a Mikoto-powered ‘electric bath’ to bring in more customers. At first, the baths become a success which attracts the attention of Erii, Mitsuko, Wannai, Atsuki, Yomikawa, Tsuzuri, Komoe, Shizuri, Frenda, Saiai, Rikō and the Dorm Supervisor. However, the baths are almost ruined after Kuroko adds too much bubble bath soap in one of her schemes to seduce Mikoto. After the customers go home, the girls celebrate by having a bath and drinking milk.

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