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Finally, the day has arrived for Monolith Code. Tatsuya and his teammates have a strategy against Cardinal George and the Crimson Prince. Miyuki is confident that her brother will be the winner. However, is there a bad surprise in store for First High?
The episode was rated 8.31 from 102 votes.
After terrorists attack the Thesis Competition, the students have to fight to survive.
The episode was rated 8.11 from 101 votes.
Colonel Balance orders Lina to capture the caster who was behind Scorched Halloween. Balance gives Lina a custom-made device called "the Brionac" which converts Strategic-Class magic into a beam of high-energy plasma.
The episode was rated 8.06 from 47 votes.
As instructed by Raymond, one of the Seven Sages, Tatsuya and his friends head to the outdoor training area behind First High School on the night of February 19th. Just as Raymond said, they detect the presence of all active parasites and Lina gathering at the scene. At this rate, clashing with Lina, who is hell-bent on completing her mission as Sirius, will be inevitable. With complex emotions at play, the final battle with the parasites begins.
The episode was rated 8.02 from 46 votes.
First High School students celebrate their victories in the Nine Schools Competition. Enraged by the actions of No-Head Dragon, Tatsuya pays them a visit. Since Tatsuya is not a member of the Ten Master Clans, Jumonji has a very interesting offer for him.
The episode was rated 7.98 from 94 votes.
Miyuki reveals the price her brother has to pay in order to use his extraordinary power. Tatsuya, meanwhile, makes use of a destructive weapon. All battles come to a head.
The episode was rated 7.94 from 105 votes.
The battle rages on after the attack on the Yokohama Convention Center. Students fight to make it safely to the shelter while forces duke it on the streets.
The episode was rated 7.94 from 96 votes.
Tatsuya meets Masaki Ichijo and Shinkuro Kichijoji. It takes them by surprise that Tatsuya already knows about their background. Another accident happens at the Nine Schools Competition. First High students think that it was another act of sabotage.
The episode was rated 7.94 from 93 votes.
The vampire that attacked Leo was a demon called a "parasite." The Saegusa and Jumonji families decide to join forces to solve this case. Mikihiko and Erika search for the parasite to get revenge for Leo, and they confront a mysterious masked magician.
The episode was rated 7.93 from 56 votes.
Tatsuya is asked to compete in Monolith Code. He picks Leonhard and Mikihiko to be his team members. Kichijoji advises Ichijo to figure out a way to force Tatsuya into head-to-head combat to win Monolith Code. Will Tatsuya take the bait as expected?
The episode was rated 7.93 from 97 votes.
Tatsuya has a feeling that an incident might occur during Mirage Bat. He assures Miyuki that he’ll protect her no matter what. Meanwhile, the No-Head Dragons decide to take even harsher actions to make sure that the Nine Schools Competition is called off.
The episode was rated 7.89 from 96 votes.
The President of the Student Council invites Miyuki and Tatsuya to lunch. During lunch, she asks Miyuki to join the Student Council. Miyuki says that her brother should also join them. Will he have to prove himself?
The episode was rated 7.81 from 129 votes.
Everyone is surprised at how quick Tatsuya defeated Hattori in the duel. Tatsuya begins his work as part of the Disciplinary Commitee. Meanwhile, Miyuki starts showing more mixed emotions towards her big brother.
The episode was rated 7.81 from 121 votes.
Thanks to Tatsuya's engineering skills, First High School players finish on the podium. Third High School students know that the success of First High is due to Tatsuya's skills. What will they do to beat First High School?
The episode was rated 7.77 from 100 votes.
Tatsuya has a plan to go after the people from Blance and take them on in battle. He leads the team to an abandoned factory where the people from Blance are. Will they be able to defeat them?
The episode was rated 7.76 from 106 votes.
Last updated: jan 18, 2023
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