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Monday, 31 October 2011 11:51
1 - 900 Seconds of After School (Part I)
Kurogane Taito is an ordinary high school student who keeps having a dream about a mysterious girl who says that she loves him - just after biting him, injecting him with a 'poison' that will bind him to her forever. One day, he's on his way home from school when he sees a truck barreling down on Andou Mirai, a fellow student at Miyasaka High School. Jumping in to push her out of the way, he finds himself being hit by the truck himself - but surprisingly, that's not the end of his life...

This won't hurt a bitWave your ass in the air like you just don't care

2 - 900 Seconds of After School (Part II)
Taito has remembered his promise to the ancient vampire magician Saitohimea - just in time to see her run through by Gekkou, an act that triggers a fierce fight between them. They're interrupted, though, by the arrival of Gekkou's twin brother Hinata - the one responsible for separating Taito and Himea nine years earlier. And the brothers don't exactly like each other...

HimeaHinata

3 - The (Moon) Sways by the Poolside
Miyasaka High School's student council president, Kurenai Gekkou, has named Taito and Himea as student council members. Soon after, Taito learns about how Gekkou and Mirai first met, as well as the military which is secretly behind Miyasaka High School. Meanwhile, Gekkou reminiscences about his younger twin brother, Hinata. The student council members believed that the battle was finally over, but then a sinister red rain began to fall.

ExplanationsDay of death

4 - The Seraphim Yet Unsung
Taito and Himea run inside the school building to escape the lethal red rain. But the school doesn't prove to be much of a sanctuary, as once inside, Himea's body is possessed by a being from another realm. Gekkou, meanwhile, has been trying to figure out why his Spell Error was inneffective against his last opponent - and it's not long before be receives an invitation to fight again...

Yay for tentacles?Ba'alskra

5 - And the Seraphim is Sung
Gekkou passes through the dimensional rift to come face to face with the Seraphim, who offer him the power to kill Saitohimea. Meanwhile, Taito attempts to save Himea from yet another persona that's possessing her, this on the personification of her magic itself, and refuses to give up on her even though he's reaching his limit. Finally, a dark figure approaches Haruka. What is the prophecy that the Seraphim speak of? And who is Ramiel Lilith...?

Not innocent as she looksLookit that!

6 - (Extracurricular) Activities While Passing Each Other By
Keen to improve his skills, Taito's been reading up on black magic, hoping that with a bit more experience he'll be better able to protect Himea. When Himea asks him to go out on a date with her, though, he's reluctant to agree, believing he should be spending his time learning to protect her - and his reluctance ends up hurting her feelings as she misinterprets the reasons behind it. Meanwhile, Haruka is stepping up her attempts to work her way into Taito's affections, while new girl on the scene Aomi is taking a rather unhealthy interest in the goings-on of the Student Council...

AomiDisappointment

7 - The Pop-Quizzing New Teacher
Taito has promised to become stronger so he can protect Himea, so he knocks on the door of the student council office to seek help from Gekkou. Gekkou opens a dimensional rift for Taito, inside which Edelka resides - she has the power to in. Will Taito receive the power to grant Taito's wish, but her help will come at a price. Meanwhile, a suspicious-looking man arrives in the Student Council office, claiming to be a new teacher...

Future fateKurosu

8 - The Student Council of Remedial Students
Kurosu has sent Himea, Taito, Gekkou, Mirai, and Izumi - the newest member of the Miyasaka High School student council - to a sunny beach. A beach armed with a barrier to keep away trespassers. His plan is to give the gang special combat training - and perhaps to teach Gekkou a little lesson on what his true standing in the world is, along the way. Himea, meanwhile, is quite enjoying not having to deal with constant competition from Haruka for a while - but less than impressed at the way Kurosu is "training" her beloved Taito...

Girls' playLover

9 - Dark Rabbit on the Beach
Haruka arrives at the student council training camp to provide cooking, and as Taito and Haruka get cozy together, Himea distances herself from them. Once Izumi sees what's happening, though, she comes up with a plan to help Himea. Meanwhile, Kurosu is keeping a watchful eye on his charges, wondering which corner of the love triangle will break first...

And who might these two be..?Someone's feeling sorry for themselves

10 - Classmate Spirited Away
On the day after the student council training camp ended, Haruka disappeared. The military's indifferent reaction to her disappearance, and Taito's disgust with how powerless he is, leave Himea feeling miserable - which is when the half-breed Serge Entolio - representative of the Spell Breakers - appears before her, and proposes a deal which will return Haruka to Taito. But is that what Himea really wants..?

EnragedCaptive

11 - Summer Vacation Catastrophe
Taito's searching for Himea, and with a little help from Meowka he's making progress - although when he finds Himea's captors, he finds that his arrival isn't entirely unexpected. Back in the real world, Gekkou's had enough of Kurosu's interference and is taking action to get of the military rep - but when Kurosu threatens to kill Mirai, it emerges that Gekkou has a weak spot after all...

DeterminationRescued

12 - Pale White Graduation
After saving Himea and Haruka, Taito is granted a brief respite, as the Miyasaka High School student council members gather together at a certain location for a break from their brutal experience. A location where girls can chat freely without any boys around. Meanwhile, the boys are engaged in a battle of pride...

PeekabooUp to mischief


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