Walking into the Stormy Night
Toki’s power is revealed… and Tabata’s secret uncovered.
Since the Code Breakers decided to walk through the front entrance, Tabata knew of their identity and his security reacted quickly, pinning the trio under a hail of gunfire.
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Tossing Puppy aside, Sakura dove for it… dodging a sudden attack from above.
About to finish the assailant off, Sakura intervenes with a knockout kick, promising to keep Oogami from killing anymore. She’ll deal with them before his blue flame could.
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Knowing that Oogami’s melee attack is useless against guns, Toki offered his assistance only if the fellow Code Breaker bows to him. Though rebuked, Toki promised to show his power and said that the person Oogami was looking for may be found tonight.
Walking into the open, Toki gave the shooters a chance to surrender… but got a hail of bullets instead.
But he’s the One, stopping them in mid-air.
Correction, Toki’s Magneto.
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After explaining it to Sakura, Oogami and Toki were about to fight again… but Puppy’s new discovery stopped it.
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In an underground room, they discovered a room full of human organs and blood.
Tabata showed up himself, admitting to the horrendous organ trafficking.
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After hearing the politician’s words, Oogami vowed to kill him.
Nothing too special about this chapter. It was a bit funny at first, seeing the three pinned down. I laughed when Toki killed all the mercenaries in a mere instant, right after giving a countdown warning. Why wasn’t he shot on sight? Code Geass logic at work here? Sakura seemed to be playing a more important role. Nobody was killed by his flame in this chapter.
Anyways, Tabata’s calm reaction is a tad unnerving since he’s facing superpowered humans. He must have some hidden weapon for this event. I doubt such an evil guy would let Oogrami burn him. But then again, due to Sakura’s words, Tabata might live long enough to undergo a real trial. On the other hand, Toki might finish the politician off when Sakura isn’t looking. Too many variables to predict what will happen.