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On his way to the prestigious Cluster Edge E.A. school, Agate discovers he has a power that he never knew he possessed, and it has the power to change the world.
Finally reaching the school, Agate befriends Fon, a victim of bullying, and Beryl, a target of the military school's malice. A competition brings out another of Agate's gifts.
The military man, Vespia, investigates the details around Chalce's death. Little does he know, Agate's power will reveal the truth, a secret Vespia doesn't want revealed.
Hematite leaves the academy and learns his father is meeting with Ludwig despite the ban against doing so. Meanwhile, Chrome fights the military to avenge Chalce's death.
As repayment for saving his life, an old man treats Agate to dinner. Unable to pay the bill, the restaurant holds the old man captive.
Fon's quest for plane parts bring him to an old aviation museum. It's here that he encounters the Professor who will soon enact plans of his own.
Hema reflects on the changes at Cluster Edge since Agate's arrival. In a short time, Agate has made significant changes in his, Fon, and Beryl's lives.
Beryl is running for student council without much success. When Agate returns to Cluster Edge, the military is hot on his trail.
Agate goes to Chalce's mansion to pay his respects and is unusually familiar with the place. Is it coincidence or some kind of play of destiny?
Flashbacks to previous episodes shed new light on Agate's destiny and his connection with the other characters.
Beryl tries to discuss artificial soldiers to an unresponsive council. His mother's passing leads him on a journey revealing the origin of the soldiers.
Chrome's soldiers are turned away when they try to return the religious document. Its contents reveal the intention to use a "sacrificial god" with malicious intentions.
Fon recalls the day Agate saved him, and continues to fix the plane against the school's wishes. Meanwhile, Agate is mercilessly tortured by Vesuvia.
Chrome comes to Agate's aid, and the two head to Chalce's home for respite. While there, Chalce's grandmother tells the sad tale of Chalce's childhood.
Chrome and Agate stop by the old town to meet with old friends and converse with the townsfolk when they come under literal fire from the rebels.
With the help of Beryl and Ema, Chrome and agate infiltrate the school and blend with the student body.
The book falls into the hands of the rebels while the military academy seeks to bully their way into Cluster Edge's flying competition.
Chrome's soldiers receive aid from a farmer while Fon learns of Chrome's whereabouts. Can they make in time to stop disaster from happening?
Fon represents Cluster Edge in the flying competition and manages to overcome an attack by the military school. Meanwhile, Vesuvia begins an attack of his own.
Chrome risks his life when he saves a student. However, he is not met with the heroic admiration that would be expected. Later, hell hath no fury like Agate!
More information about Agate's origin is revealed in Chalce's diary. Meanwhile, Rhodo propositions Beryl to join forces with him.
Rhodo and his artificial soldiers begin their attack while Agate sacrifices himself for the greater good.
Agate absorbs Vesuvia's hatred and jealousy. Between Beryl's special bullet and Chrome's "angel's blood," it's anybody's guess who will save the city from destruction!
On fateful day, Chrone and Chalce's group became whole when their three youngest members joined them. What happened in that not too distant past?
Chalce reflects on his transfer to Cluster Edge, including his meeting with Hema and the beginning of his hatred for Vesuvia.
Agate is a mysterious boy on his way to the prestigious Cluster Edge E.A. School. He discovers a new power that he never knew he possessed, and its power to change the world.
Once at Cluster Edge, Agate discovers the school is occupied by the military school for an upcoming competition to determine which school is better.