Chaika and her companions continue their quest to gather the remains of her father, the former Emperor, in this second season of Hitsugi no Chaika. At the same time, Chaika is questioning her own identity, because it appears she is but one of many.
Tokyo comes under attack by a group of Espers, people with special abilities, who are determined that a new world order is born – one where they rule over normal people. Of course, not every Esper thinks alike, and a small group of Espers decide to fight back.
In an alternate version of present-day Tokyo, a horrific terror attack takes place. The only clue to the culprits is a cryptic video. Meanwhile, Risa, a high-school student, meets two boys, Nine and Twelve … a meeting destined to change the course of her life drastically.
Apprentice witch Rurumo is on Earth to train to become a full witch, and with her she brings 666 tickets, which Kouta uses to grant people’s wishes. Once the tickets are used up, Rurumo will be promoted, but the cost of success is Kouta’s life.
On the surface, Inaba is a peaceful country town. But of late, mysterious murders have been occurring, especially whenever there’s a heavy fog after rainfall. In addition, rumours have surfaced of a mysterious TV channel that appears at midnight.
An exorcist working in Hokkaido has a hard time dealing with the zombies plaguing the land, but things take a turn for the worse when she needs to try and deal with the revived Shinsengumi. She is forced to take help from the undead idol, Francesca, as well as her dog, Franken.
Tatsumi leaves his village and journeys to the imperial capital to earn money for his village. But, being a country boy, his naivety costs him, and he has a run in with the capital’s darker side. He ends up facing off against Night Raid, a group of assassins targeting the noble and rich, and discovers a very shocking secret.
The 3rd Sengoku Basara series – which takes place during and depicts events that took place during the Battle of Sekigahara – sort of.