Ayase, Tsugumi and Argo are shocked on what Gai has done and Daryl is bewildered upon given orders to protect Gai, their former enemy. An UN Stealth Bomber attempts to bomb them but Gai sacrifices the student ring leaders of the coup to destroy the plane. After destroying their Voids, Gai orders Ayase, Tsugumi and Argo to join him or die but are rescued by Daryl who is protective with Tsugumi and blames Gai for making him kill his father. In the confusion of Daryl's insubordination, Inori escapes with Shu while Ayase, Tsugumi and Argo escape on their own and Arisa defends Gai, revealing he was the one who told her to start the coup and joins the Anti Bodies.Watch Now:Amazon
The group is rescued from Nutsley's attack by one of the antiwar civilians, and Qwenthur and Havia then lead Nutsley into a trap, killing him. Qwenthur then heads for the surface to witness the battle between Baby Magnum and Wing Balancer. Realizing that Wing Balancer requires delicate IR sensors to control its landings, Qwenthur uses an IR laser to disable one of the sensors, causing the Wing Balancer to land improperly and cripple itself and is subsequently destroyed by Baby Magnum. However, even with hostilities over, another Legitimate Kingdom Object, Indigo Plasma, arrive and destroys mines to eliminate the antiwar activists. Fortunately, Frolaytia managed to warn the activists in time for them to safely escape the mines. Qwenthur then realizes that Nutsley was not working for the Faith Organization, but for a radical faction of the Legitimate Kingdom. With Indigo Plasma's treachery, a civil war within the Legitimacy Kingdom is inevitable.
With the help of mercenaries, Qwenthur and Havia work to discover and exploit the weaknesses of the six dummy Objects to keep them from blowing up the immigrant settlement city.Watch Now:Amazon
While pursuing Honeysuckle, Baby Magnum accidentally runs into a trap set by the MDC, forcing Milinda to eject and causing Qwenthur and Havia to be separated. Qwenthur finds himself in a duel with Honesuckle himself, who, like him, dreams of finding a way to destroy Objects without having to use another Object. Qwenthur manages to outsmart Honesuckle with clever bomb placement, and both he and Havia capture him. The Capitalist Enterprise and Intelligence Union call off their attacks, and Froylatia prepares to send the team to the next battlefield.
Qwenthur and Havia bought time for Milinda's Baby Magnum against the Tri-Core, but when things start to look dicey for Milinda, Qwenthur has to decide whether he wants to try his luck against this Object yet again.Watch Now:iTunes
Qwenthur and Havia's unconventional success against Objects is upsetting the status quo, and they discover that this has won them a powerful enemy, right as they are working to thwart the 0.5th gen.Watch Now:iTunes
Determined to get revenge and buy time for the rest of their unit to evacuate, Qwenthur, Havia, and Milinda figure out the enemy's weakness and hatch a plan to incapacitate the enemy Object.Watch Now:iTunes
Takemoto later announced the news about Morita leaving to Los Angeles to Hagu and the rest. Later, they all went to Morita's room, since the door was destroyed by Kaoru. Takemoto asked Hagu whether or not she wants Morita to return, but her stern and straightforward answer before was really hurting him. The story mainly talked about Yamada and her feelings later on. To save money, Mayama asked Yamada to help making some artwork for his firm's project. Takemoto, seeing Hagu all fired up creating her latest work, reminded him of Morita's dedication in his work. Yamada invites Hagu along with the gang to the fireworks display that will be taking place that evening. Both Hagu and Yamada choose their yukatas for the event. Later that evening, Yamada, being conscious with her look, revealed that she just wanted Mayama to compliment her on her yukata.