|Released (Japan):||July 11, 2008|
Characters (in order of appearance)
- Tokine Yukimura
- Mad God
- Yoshimori Sumimura
- Sen Kagemiya
- Shu Akitsu
- Tokiko Yukimura
- Shigemori Sumimura
With the Mad God destroyed, the blood rain stops falling, the giant umbrella over the school vanishes, and the black areas making up the god's territory vanish as well. Sen Kagemiya asks Tokine if she really understands what she's done, and Tokine says they had no choice. Noticing the still crumbling school, Tokine sends for reinforcements, since they are all still stuck in the ground.
Tokiko Yukimura and Shigemori Sumimura arrive to free their grandchildren, and shortly after, one of Okuni's masked subordinates arrives. The subordinate explains that he was investigating a nearby Shinyuuchi hunting incident, and says that the god who appeared in Karasumori was the master of Hidagou, a damaged Shinyuuchi. Tokiko asks why the master didn't disappear if the land is gone. The subordinate says that is often the case, but not this time. He announces his intention to report everything that happened back to the Shadow Organization, and warns Tokine that she may bear the greatest responsibility. He agrees that there was no other choice, but killing a god is still a serious crime. Shigemori questions why they are suddenly being helped, and the subordinate says he only desires the truth, and wants to avoid it being twisted. Yoshimori is clearly worried as the subordinate leaves, and Tokine reassures him, saying no one was seriously hurt.
The school is repaired completely before daybreak. Sen notices that Yoshimori is troubled. Yoshimori asks what'll happen to Tokine, and Sen admits he doesn't know, despite the fact that it was clearly self-defense. Sen suddenly gets angry at Yoshimori, blaming his acting without thinking and refusal to listen for everything. He demands that Yoshimori understand that Tokine also has a desire and duty to protect the land as a Legitimate Successor. Yoshimori admits that what he wants to do and what he does are always different. Sen encourages him to rely on his friends more, and Yoshimori thanks him.
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