The witch spirit Natsumi has pushed Shido into a very interesting game – one of his 12 friends is actually Natsumi in disguise. If he can’t figure out who is the imposter, people will start to disappear!
And with that, it’s time for Shido to begin his search.
Date A Live Season 2 is a wrap. Just like with the first season, I’ll give this season a review because often anime can change quite a bit across seasons. There were definitely changes from the first season too.
Last episode Kurumi helped Shido bust into the DEM Industries headquarters in an attempt to save Tohka. Enemy robots were dispatched, and Kurumi left to take care of them. Mana showed up and was quickly challenged by someone, leaving Shido to find Tohka on his own.
Last episode everything went to hell as Miku brainwashed everyone (spirits included) to become her slave, Tohka was kidnapped by Ellen (DEM Industries), Mana returned to fight alongside Origami, and Shido teamed up with Kurumi.
Last episode, “Shiori” and friends put on a show in order to try and compete with Miku’s performance, as the winning school from the Ten Schools Festival will determine whether Miku allows her powers to be sealed or not. Meanwhile, Origami is fighting the DEM Industries AST unit in the sky above the festival grounds.
So the question now is, how will the results of the festival play out?
Last episode, Shido was appointed to the big festival planning committee, where 10 schools in the region get together to put on a giant festival and compete for the title of best school. He was also “transformed” into a girl, in order to try and seal the powers of the spirit we met – Miku, the idol, who hates men.
Miku had challenged Shido, who she thinks is someone named Shiori, to a competition – she will let her powers be sealed if Shido’s school wins the festival, but she will take Shido (& sealed spirits) for herself if her school wins.
And just like that, apparently the festival has begun!