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The sequel to Operation G.
This introduces new teams and the protagonist this time is one of Ringoto Teisou's numerous nephews, Sagan. He is recruited by his father Kako into a team to counteract Ringoto, who has started a war against the world to conquer all non-believers after gaining extreme power from an unidentified magic perturbation that shook the entire world. Kako suspects Operation G suddenly started, and this wasn't the original plan...
As it turns out, he was right. Time was rewinded after Operation G's plot, with the Stream manipulation causing a huge perturbation on the world, which empowered a handful of people, caused the birth of an unknown kid named "Eiko". The four persons responsible for this time warp are the four survivors from the prequel: Akina, Koukyu, Tsuyoshi and Keiko, and they have formed Team Wakeshi to avoid the events turning as bad as they did, though they unwittingly caused things to go even worse...


The story is divided in ten story arcs:
  • The Asian Escape: Kako is wanted by various factions all across Asia and seeks to track down Ringoto in Europe, so he sets to escape his current station in Thailand. This is the introductory arc to Team Kaishin, Team Shagyou, Team Chuugoku, Team Shinkan, and Team Taigi.
  • The Ravages of War: The arranged meeting between Kako and Ginshi is delayed, as Ginshi had to flee the site and the Silverwing crashed. This is the introductory arc to Teams Ougoku, Jundou, Ginyoku, and Wakeshi.
  • The Opposition: The war stabilizes when a powerful force reveals itself opposite Ringoto. This is the introductory arc to Teams Sochi, Gunshin and Mizuchi.
  • Tracking the "True Gods": Rumors of the Gunshin war effort being halted somehow sparks interest. This is the introductory arc to Team Ryuushi.
  • Turning Leaf Arc: The Reitou clan is involved in a war front. This is the introductory arc to Teams Kouei and Nerakuni.
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  • The Dark Call: With Niki's death, Kuuki's rampage starts, and the resonance of his power causes several resurgences.
  • Europe in Chaos: As Team Sukunushi's actions are revealed and with the death of Xiangli, panic erupts across Europe and hunts are being conducted. The war efforts of Teams Gunshin and Mizuchi lead to a Pendulum War where undermanned factions reveal themselves and end at the drop of a hat.
  • The Stream Chase: As Theophanie is revealed as well as her intent to head to the Stream, the war converges towards her.
  • The Swerve: Team Gunshin was defeated after Ibara was killed by Team Sochi. That's the moment Team Mizuchi chooses to claim dominion over the world.
  • The Finale: Team Gunshin comes back after Mashin's death, Ringoto restarting his mad conquest.


Operation G Reloaded provides examples of:

  • After the End: Inverted, the ending to Operation G is averted via Time Travel, which makes it a Bad Future. The four persons responsible for said time travel, known as Team Wakeshi, though, remember everything, making it this trope for them.
  • A God Am I: Ringoto's interpretation of the massive power he gained from the unidentified magic pulsation.
  • Back from the Dead: In a way, just about every casualty of the prequel. Even those who were tossed in the Stream (which would be a final death) come back since time was rewinded by action on the Stream. Houka-2 also gets this treatment thanks to Eiko coming back with faint memories of her and influencing Niki's clone backup of her.
  • Badass Family: The Teisou are expanded, with more of them coming. The Reitou clan gets some more alumni, though it's via Team Kouei's enemies Team Nerakuni. Which proves that the Reitou are badass enough to have whole families as their enemies.
  • Bait-and-Switch Boss: Plot-wise, Ringoto defies this. The first time he's defeated, he lets away a bit of terrain to Team Mizuchi, who now take center stage as leaders of the world. Soon afterwards, Team Sochi betrays Team Mizuchi, allowing Ringoto to Back Stab Mashin and pick his title of Big Bad right back.
  • Big Good: The four "back from the future" individuals form a team of their own and become this.
  • Big, Screwed-Up Family: The Teisou become obviously this, given how many of their family members are parts of different teams. Only Team Kaishin, a full-Teisou team, gets along.
  • Blessed with Suck: Only two afflictions out of the three return since one has been nullified by Mashin prior to the time rewinding.
    • Kiyoshi, patron saint of this trope in the original, is a complete aversion this time around. The "soul of Mashin" affliction was gone with Mashin in the original, and his demon transformation is snatched by Youku prior to his first appearance in Reloaded.
  • Butterfly of Doom: Rewinding time caused an unidentified pulse, making Ringoto almost god-like, and causing him to change Operation G from "creating God" to "conquer the world". Worse yet, Mashin is his main opposing force.
  • Came Back Strong: All characters who fell into the Stream in the original were put back in their place, with much more power. Eiko even comes back, and her nature as a Time Paradox makes her the "child of the Stream", the closest this fiction would have to a God.
  • Contrasting Sequel Main Character: The original's main character (until the end of the Silverwing Arc) is Houka, a dirt-poor Tomboy. In Reloaded, the main character is Sagan, a Blue Blood girly boy.
  • Cosmic Retcon: The reason this sequel even exists. It takes a while for most to figure this out.
  • Darker and Edgier: Instead of fighting tournaments, this revolves around World War Whatever. The first death occurs much earlier than the original, with some deaths caused by teammates and family.
  • Defied Trope: Akina thwarts Haruka's departure from the orphanage this time. She didn't manage to thwart Houka's Rage Quit though. And Aoshi ends up meeting someone else: none other than Tenko.
  • Evil vs. Evil: The major conflict is between two god-wannabes, one of them being Ringoto. The other is Mashin.
  • For Want of a Nail: Houka shows doubt about her reasons for going with Team Ougoku. She doesn't get to act out on it because she gets kidnapped by Mashin.
  • Have We Met Yet?: The result of many encounters with Team Wakeshi, who act like they do because they do know everyone.
  • Heel–Face Return: A notable number of the original cast. Especially Eiko. More yet, she returns coaching a team of her own. Subverted with Mashin who is just a villain with good publicity.
    • Inverted: Tenko becomes part of Team Jundou, making a Face–Heel Turn from the original.
  • In Name Only: Houka-2. While they're both clones of Houka, in the original, she was created by Mashin as a tool, and in Reloaded she's created by Niki as backup in case Houka left him (which she unvoluntarily did). As for personality, in the original she was a psychomaniac who hated everything, especially Houka and the fact she couldn't live normally because she hated Houka so much. In the sequel, she is more angsty than angry, and more inclined on finding a family than killing Houka.
  • Mega-Corp: Number Zero, despite being still here, is left far underneath their status in the prequel, especially since they've been targeted by Ringoto. The TFE (Teisou Family Enterprise / Teisou Financial Empire) gets a step up and are actually the bigger fish now. This is a source of Team Kaishin's problems, as everyone suspects they're allied with Ringoto because their coach is Kako, Ringoto's brother and CEO of the TFE.
  • Mental Time Travel: What the timestream rewinding comes off as, in the case of those who remember. Those who were absorbed by the Stream in the original don't come with memories, but great power instead from coming back out of the Stream.
  • My Friends... and Zoidberg: Operation G's entire cast returns, except Houka-2. A different Houka-2 appears later on.
  • Ominous Message from the Future: In the form of the four persons composing "Team Wakeshi", though they're not talkative about spilling said ominous message.
  • Reset Button: Time was rewinded back to the start of Operation G. Though only four persons have knowledge of the Bad Future: Akina, Tsuyoshi, Koukyu and Keiko. Complete with a sort of Retroactive Precognition, though there are differences.
  • Set Right What Once Went Wrong: Akina, Koukyu, Tsuyoshi and Keiko attempted to do this by rewinding time and reuniting in the past as Team Wakeshi.
  • Time Paradox: Eiko exists despite Operation G's goal not even containing her creation anymore, because the Stream still spewed her. Instead of being "where she was at the time", she simply appeared at the Stream.
  • Took a Level in Badass: A Long List of the returning characters. Those who fell into the Stream, including those whose souls were absorbed by Mashin, all came back strong.
  • Took a Level in Jerkass / Darker and Edgier: The new teams only include a hero team and Eiko's team as good. There is however a "rival team" (Team Shagyou), an "anti-Kouei" (Team Nerakuni) team, a "jerk team" (Team Sukunushi), a "bastard team" (Team Sochi), and two "evil teams" (Teams Gunshin and Mizuchi).
  • Villains Act, Heroes React: This time around, the plot is sparked by Ringoto's world conquest attempt.


Team Kaishin

A team formed when Sagan and Ryuuji set out to stop their demented uncle's war effort against the world. Their effort has them noticed, joined, and mentored by their cousin Setsuna, and the story starts immediately after they meet with Kako.

Tropes associated with the team:

  • Badass Family: A full-Teisou team, even though Setsuna is just a cousin. Sagan and Ryuuji are even coached by none other than their own father.
  • Decoy Protagonist: They all are killed by Ringoto in the climax to the Europe in Chaos arc.
  • Team Mom: Setsuna, who on top of managing her cousins took two levels in badass. She came back from the Stream and is no longer affected by the soul of Mashin.
  • Uncanny Family Resemblance: Only in height and weight, with all the team members being nearly the same height and weight.

New characters:

    Sagan Teisou 
  • Height: 176 cm
  • Weight: 65 kg
The new main character. The youngest child of Kako and a Willfully Weak Child Prodigy who's sometimes scared of his own power.

Tropes associated with Sagan:

    Ryuuji Teisou 
  • Height: 179 cm
  • Weight: 67 kg
Sagan's elder brother and the leader to his team. While much more upstanding than Sagan, he is also prone to failures as he doesn't realize when he's facing someone stronger.

Tropes associated with Ryuuji:

Tropes associated with Setsuna:

  • Does Not Know His Own Strength: Deconstructed. Due to her incredible leap in power, she has to hold back to not kill enemies. She ends up killing Ran due to the power gap between them.
  • Designated Girl Fight: Always fights Ran.
  • Willfully Weak: Alludes to it, as she does not want to appear threatening to Kako. She is in fact powerful enough that Ringoto targets her personally when catching and executing Team Kaishin.
    Kako Teisou 
  • Height: 186 cm
  • Weight: 110 kg
Ringoto's ignored younger brother. Notably more impulsive and massive than him, he responded to Ringoto's world takeover attempt by taking over small territories in Thailand, China, Greece and Italy to make a travel network for himself and his allies to use. The war essentially freeing him of jurisdiction, he prepares a team from the Teisou family to punish Ringoto.

Tropes associated with Kako:

Team Shagyou:

The Rival team. A school of fighting installed in Hong-Kong, they attempt a break into international fighting as global war starts to stir up in a quest for celebrity.

Tropes associated with the team:

  • Arc Villain: Despite having nothing to do
  • Badass Crew: A team for a random school of fighting in Hong-Kong. They achieve their victories by sheer solidarity.
  • Revenge Before Reason: After Ran kicks the bucket, the team becomes obsessed with killing Team Kaishin now, with Hibiki and Igo successfully ambushing and killing Ryuuji.
  • Underestimating Badassery: Very prone to being underestimated, wait with Hibiki's style being about style more than actual power.
  • Unknown Rival: Their relationship with Team Kaishin. Team fights always end early because Ran always gets kicked to the curb by Setsuna, so all their fights prove inconclusive.

New characters:

    Hibiki Kaidan 
  • Height: 212 cm
  • Weight: 66 kg
A young martial artist who recently inherited his father's dojo due to his father's recent death. Sure that the mobs who lynched him to death are either linked with Number Zero or the Teisou family, he heads out for revenge. He has trained in China with Seino and Karyu shortly before the end of the training by Hakkou's incarceration. He also has an odd fascination with Sara and tries to recruit her, much to Ran's annoyance.

Tropes associated with Hibiki:

  • Arrogant Kung-Fu Guy: Inheriting his father's dojo has changed him into this, since he genuinely believes to be the best at his style, which he promptly expanded to best in the world.
  • Ax-Crazy: Hides it now, but his early killer-hunt had him fully there. He has occasional relapses when trying to squeeze answers from the TFE or Number Zero.
  • Beware the Silly Ones
  • Confusion Fu: A lot of it. His taunts or erratic magic both cement him as a user.
  • I Shall Taunt You: His fighting style includes this with the goal of breaking the opponent's pace.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Definitely arrogant, definitely caring for his family.
  • Lantern Jaw of Justice
  • Lean and Mean: He's not mean at first sight, though he is quite petty. He also is nearly 7 feet tall while weighing less than most other people.
  • Not-So-Harmless Villain: It's widely recognized that he could be much more threatening without his "style" holding him back.
  • Overshadowed by Awesome: He's about on par with Ryuuji, though a bit weaker. Most teams introduced later usually mop the floor with him.
  • Perpetual Poverty: He has winning tournaments as his only source of income and it does not happen that often.
  • Reality Warper: Very offhandedly so, but his magic mostly involves improbable stuff, including Teleport Spam.
  • Real Men Wear Pink
  • Revenge: Though he's still looking for the man who had his father killed.
  • Small Name, Big Ego
  • You Killed My Father: He's hunting for his father's murderer.
  • 0% Approval Rating: He is hated by everyone around his residence of Hong-Kong because of his early killer-hunt period during which he assaulted anyone and everyone with no provocation.
    Sho Minamimorimachi 
  • Height: 178 cm
  • Weight: 82 kg
A good fighter who has fallen into obscurity in the Brazilian and English junior championships, he attempted to find excitement in the Japanese pro leagues and train from the best, especially the famed Karyu. So far, he "only" managed to hang out with Hibiki...

Tropes associated with Sho:

  • Ascended Fanboy: Karyu fanboy, fights in the same league as him, though he's far from being high on the charts as Karyu is.
  • Badass Normal: He is very bad at magic.
  • Chivalrous Pervert: A Nice Guy who isn't above attempting to flirt with women to his liking.
  • Fingerless Gloves
  • Hot-Blooded
  • I Know Madden Kombat: Some of his moves are adapted from basketball, a sport that he used to play.
  • Idiot Hero: Despite being a rival, he has all the characteristics of one.
  • Overshadowed by Awesome: A lot of this.
  • Spear Counterpart: To Sara, both being fans of someone in Hakkou's team. They know each other since Sara used to frequent Hibiki's dojo until she got to Hakkou, while Sho couldn't get a place in the team. He is pissed at Sara for this reason.
    • Unknown Rival: Sara treats him as this. Subverted in that he proves vastly more powerful than her.
  • Spirited Competitor
  • Time Master: Upon arriving at the Stream, he manages to stabilize his magic and quickly masters this. However, this is short-lived.
  • Worth It: He's not that disappointed to not have made the cut into Hakkou's team at least halfway through the plot. Satisfied with his team, he came to An Aesop that sometimes the journey is not all about the end.
    Ran Kaidan 
  • Height: 163 cm
  • Weight: 51 kg
Hibiki's little sister, and his sole actual student, even though she has nothing left to learn from him anymore.

Tropes associated with Ran:

    Igo Iwata 
  • Height: 193 cm
  • Weight: 93 kg
A creation of the Teisou family enterprises, he is half-mechanical, but hides that well. Created by Kako, he turned his back on him and went on to create his own branch enterprise, though it has close relationships with the TFE. He was cloned from a Reitou ninja, and the original's personality sometimes cracks through his cold facade.

Tropes associated with Igo:

Team Shinkan:

The new Hakkou Team. He united his disciples Seino and Karyu, with success this time. What he didn't expect is the fangirl that stalked Seino all the way to him; he nonetheless takes her in, wary of her potential.

Tropes associated with the team:

  • The Ace: Hakkou, Seino and Karyu were each individually there. While Sara isn't one, Hakkou is the strongest of the normals.

Tropes associated with Seino:

  • The Leader: After Hakkou kicks the bucket, he becomes the theam's leader. This is only for a short time, as the team is assassinated off-screen soon after.

Tropes associated with Karyu:

  • Took a Level in Badass: Karyu is actually the strongest of the team, but story-wise, Seino just sees it as a powerup.

Tropes associated with Hakkou:

  • The Paragon: Hakkou still being CEO of Number Zero helps a lot, as only Ringoto's war efforts can oppose him.

New character:

    Sara Imachi 
  • Height: 155 cm
  • Weight: 49 kg
The girl of the team. A Seino fangirl, a bit of a tomboy herself. She used Hibiki to unite with her idol Seino.

Tropes associated with Sara:

Team Taigi

Tatsuya's new team. Since Fuushi ran out on him, he accepted to mentor a team in need of a leader.

Tropes associated with the team:

Tropes associated with Clarence:

Tropes associated with Drew:

  • Bash Brothers: This time, he went straight to his long-lost brother.
  • Meaningful Rename: He is Rigan from the original Operation G. However, he renamed himself to his American birth name upon meeting his brother again.

Tropes associated with Haruka:

  • Mad Love: Falls in Love at First Sight with Aoshi, which instantly caused her to attack anyone in her way, mauling Tenko even through her One-Winged Angel form and ending the rest of her team.
  • Team Killer: As early as the Ravages of War arc, she causes a quick end to the team. This is commented on when Team Kaishin face Team Jundou, as the reason Tenko is injured and Kiyoshi is bruised is because Haruka attacked them as well (though, luckily for Team Jundou, they were able to fend her off).
  • Token Evil Teammate: Akina asked Tatsuya to keep Haruka in check and give her a figure she can get close to. Haruka is less than responsive to her teammates and coach's lectures about justice.
  • Yandere: For Aoshi. Kiyoshi and Tenko underline that Aoshi wasn't targeted in Haruka's rampage.

Tropes associated with Tatsuya:

Team Ougoku

Niki's team remains, mostly intact since Akina didn't manage to thwart Houka's Rage Quit.

Tropes associated with the team:

  • Demoted to Extra: As Koukyu goes on to become a Big Good and the main character status moves to Team Kaishin, they lose a lot of spotlight.

Tropes associated with Kuuki:

  • The Last Dance: Once again, when Niki dies, Kuuki snaps. Except this time, he's a lot harder to stop and causes extra chaos.

Tropes associated with Niki:

  • Cain and Abel: As a role swap from the original (where Miki was duplicitous and pragmatic but he was more evil), he becomes the Abel as Miki kills him.

New characters:

    Émilien Le Blanc 
  • Height: 190 cm
  • Weight: 88 kg
A French amnesiac goth-esque man, he nonetheless is very strong for reasons beyond him. He accepted Niki's employment offer, sure that he has things to find out about Number Zero and Niki will help him.

Tropes associated with Émilien:

    Houka- 2 
  • Height: 173 cm
  • Weight: 66 kg
Niki's hazy recruitement of Houka and her regrets caused him to create a backup clone of her... which ends up having use when Houka is kidnapped. Like the original, she isn't a person who reasons much. Unlike her, though, she isn't defined by hate for Houka.

Tropes associated with Houka-2:

Team Kouei

Despite the name, the team lineup changed. This time, the team is led by Shiro and coached by Miki.

Tropes associated with the team:

  • Team Killer: When Yuuji starts doubting Miki's intentions, she kills him.
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Shiro and Yuuji are less-than-enthusiastic in assisting each other. Akemi and Miki keep this from going too far.

Tropes associated with Shiro:

Tropes associated with Yuuji:

  • Thou Shalt Not Kill: The only one to advocate not killing Team Nerakuni. He is dismissed as fallacious because Hilbert is a former rival of his and Kagura is his sister.

Tropes associated with Akemi:

Tropes associated with Miki:

  • The Neidermeyer: While not incompetent, her callousness gets her regarded as this by Shiro and Yuuji.
  • Servile Snarker: Reduced to being this to Akemi. While she tempers Shiro and Yuuji with far more force, she doesn't give a hard time at all to Akemi, mostly because she's scared of Akemi's power.
  • Team Killer: When Yuuji questions her judgement as she killed Hilbert and Kagura, she murders him as well.

Team Jundou

Despite Aoshi not hooking Haruka in, this time the third member of the team is none other than Tenko.

Tropes associated with the team:

  • Beef Gate: They're all extremely powerful to the point that Tenko feels out of place for being weak.
  • Gone Horribly Right: Akina's precognition allowed her to prevent Haruka from being recruited into Team Jundou this time! However, she had her back turned to a bored Tenko who immediately jumped ship in her stead.

Tropes associated with Kiyoshi:

Tropes associated with Aoshi:

  • Mad Love: While able to restrain himself upon first meeting with Haruka, upon their second meeting a few months later, he immediately betrays Team Jundou for her, killing Tenko in the process.

Tropes associated with Tenko:

Tropes associated with Natsuki:

  • Obviously Evil: She doesn't hide how selfish she is. Her first appearance this time has her kill Tatsuya herself after she sends her team to protect him from Haruka.

Team Ginyoku

Ginshi's team. This time, she only managed to keep the team leader Kintou, so she forms her team with other people.

Tropes associated with the team:

  • Action Survivor: In contrast to their status in the prequel, where they were significantly influential, this time the Silverwing is but a ship in a war of gods. It even crashes down twice across the course of the story.

Tropes associated with Kintou:

  • Irony: His death. In the original, he found Ringoto attempting to evade him and Ringoto killed him. This time, Ringoto catches Kintou attempting to flee him, and kills him. The only thing that changed was which chased the other.

Tropes associated with Ginshi:

  • Oh, Crap!: When the Silverwing is brought down for the second time, and this time Ringoto did it.
  • Pet the Dog: She made sure to teleport Inna away before Ringoto found her, but had to destroy her teleporter before Ringoto got through her and Kintou.

New characters:

    Daniel Mc Cane 
  • Height: 184 cm
  • Weight: 79 kg
An American former boxer-in-training who was expelled off the circuit after he brutally beat someone who had been employed by a bettor to injure him before a match. The infamy from said beatdown forced him to retire and found a bodyguard-for-hire agency in Europe. He has been the leader of an agency that stood rival to Number Zero's more illegal experiments, but it has been disbanded when the leadership of Number Zero changed hands.

Tropes associated with Daniel:

    Inna Ivanova 
  • Height: 160 cm
  • Weight: 50 kg
A nice girl from Russia who comes from a rich family. She had a tendency to pick fights with bullies to get stronger. She doesn't know the root of her powers, but they don't matter. Actually a clone of the original, who was murdered by her own parents when she started running into their mafia business. Ironically, this caused Number Zero to wipe them out and recreate her as a human weapon, but Ginshi managed to steal her.

Tropes associated with Inna:

Team Chuugoku

Exactly What It Says on the Tin: the Chinese team. Lead by Torou and supervised by Tang, the rest being Gilberto and Xiang Yuanzi (who is really Lucille).

Tropes associated with the team:

  • Decapitated Army: Inverted. With Tang at the helm, the team let itself be shackled to China's defense. After his death, they are no longer under contract with Chinese higher-ups and thus can take more proactive action in the war going on.
  • Guile Hero: With only Lucille being powerful enough to fight the strongest of them, the team mostly relies on being this.
  • In Name Only: With Lucille joining after Tang kicks the bucket, the team of four is never united.
  • Killed Offscreen: Torou and Gilberto are two of the deaths that set off the Europe Chaos arc.

Tropes associated with Torou:

Tropes associated with Gilberto:

Tropes associated with Yuanzi:

  • Meaningful Rename: By contrast to Torou and Gilberto, who retianed their foreign names due to ties with the Yi clan, Lucille had to rename herself when moving to China.

Tropes associated with Tang:

  • Not So Invincible After All: This time, sickness catches up to him really fast, and he kicks the bucket fighting Team Kaishin, being the first character to die.
  • Senseless Sacrifice: His death is derided as this by Kako, who laments the utter waste of Tang's life.

Team Wakeshi

The four "all-knowledgeable", responsible for the timestream changes.

Tropes associated with the team:

  • Big Good
  • Decapitated Army: Knowing of another future doesn't make one immune to being killed; Akina dies about halfway in and leaves Team Wakeshi disoriented.
  • Retroactive Precognition: They're reponsible for the time rewinding, with knowledge of everything that happened.
    • Screw Destiny: The mere act, though, changed a lot. They still try to change what they can.

Tropes associated with Koukyu:

  • Call-Back: At the very end, he reassures Eiko that she can fix things, suggesting influencing the Stream as he did for Akina before.

Tropes associated with Tsuyoshi:

Tropes associated with Keiko:

Tropes associated with Akina:

Team Nerakuni

A team that stands as rivals to Team Kouei.

Tropes associated with the team:

  • A Death in the Limelight: Established early in the Turning Leaf Arc as rivals to Team Kouei, that arc centering on Chou's return and an assault on the Reitou compound that costs all but Chou their lives.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Their fight against Team Kouei isn't even close for the most part; despite planning their attack, Team Nerakuni loses **horribly**, and it's made even worse by the fact that even Niki's intervention didn't help.
  • Hero Antagonist: Are revealed to be this after they die, since they assaulted the Reitou compound to kill Miki, who turns out to be out for power this time.
  • Highly Visible Ninja: All but Hilbert voluntarily spoof on ninjahood, Kagerou being an enemy to the Reitou, and Kagura being Yuuji's Turn Coat sister-by-adoption. When they actually try, they are better at being ninjas than the Reitou, or so they say.
  • Knight of Cerebus: Their assault on the Reitou compound leaves them all dead, most
  • Vigilante Team

New characters:

    Hilbert Paston 
  • Height: 203 cm
  • Weight: 271 kg
A friend of Yuuji's youth in America, he grew up to become a street thug and repeat prison-breaker after being accused of violence when he and Yuuji rescued a girl from the neighborhood. Sent to Russia after being captured one too many times, he was the source of an uproar that caused a big breakout. After bringing some of the more despicable ones back into the authorities' clutches, Hilbert disappeared and wandered to Japan, where he picked a fight with the Reitou clan, knowing that Yuuji was there. On the lookout for a challenge, Hilbert made an enemy of them, eventually making a friend of Chouji Reitou.

Tropes associated with Hilbert:

    Kagerou Kongou 
  • Height: 178 cm
  • Weight: 71 kg
A ninja from a hidden clan enemy to the Reitou. He hates the fact that they get all the attention and don't behave like true ninjas. He fled to America to not hear from them anymore, but once again hears of them from the bodyguarding they do here. Enraged, he ended up becoming quite infamous by selling his knowledge in drugs in the local underground fighting scene while repeatedly travelling back and forth between America and his home Japan.

Tropes associated with Kagerou:

    Kagura Uramichi 
  • Height: 160 cm
  • Weight: 47 kg
Yuuji's sister via his adoption, she's actually a rowdy girl who doesn't want to follow the way of the ninja, preferring riding her bike to walking around discretely. After turning 16, she was pushed once too much by being forced into a battle against Number Zero, where she was beat up badly by their weaponized human victims, the very ones she was out to save. She left the Reitou Clan by acquainting another Reitou rebel: none other than Chouji.

Tropes associated with Kagura:

  • Height: 187 cm
  • Weight: 94 kg
The reincarnation of Chouji Reitou's soul. When Team Ryuushi met Team Ougoku, they felt Niki's grief before Chouji's death, and therefore offered their help. Eiko then reanchored Chouji's soul in a new body... which happens to be female because Eiko based the body she created on her own. Chou, after assuring Niki that she was Chouji's soul and choosing her name, simply picked back what she had left off. Though, she starts opposing the Teisou clan too after hearing Ringoto starts taking over the world.

Tropes associated with Chou:

Team Sukunushi

A sect-like team that intends to stop the war by fighting every other side off.

Tropes associated with the team:

New characters:

    Qing Wei 
  • Height: 179 cm
  • Weight: 75 kg
A Chinese martial artist turned killer, he is in search of his father who killed his mother and left him for dead before he was rescued by a sect and exlocated to Spain. He leads the sect's Western Europe Branch from there.

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    Clotaire Delantre 
  • Height: 176 cm
  • Weight: 66 kg
A French-British young man orphaned, abandoned by his street-fighting father and lived on the streets. While he took care of his sister, he had to leave her behind when she was caught by the social services, while he would live on as a thief. He loathed his family so much that he left for Britain, where he was spotted and recruited into a sect. Devoted to the man who rescued him, Clotaire kills every fighter he can out of his loathing of his father.

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    Xiang Li Zhen 
  • Height: 164 cm
  • Weight: 48 kg
A Chinese girl whose parents moved to America with her. She fought on the streets to live and worked as a waitress in a restaurant until she was fired for fighting perverted customers off. She was expatriated to Russia, where she was forced into public utility work, but was kidnapped mid-work by an unknown sect. After formation, she eventually came to be named leader of this section after her superior was killed in action.

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  • Height: 178 cm
  • Weight: 83 kg
Leader of a sect who keeps the secret to Godhood. She tries to save the world in her own way, by razing those who wage war on them and ascending to Godhood.

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Team Ryuushi

A team of four powerful individuals, led by the child of the unknown, Eiko.

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  • Height: 168 cm
  • Weight: 55 kg
The Child of the Stream, she appeared there from absolutely nowhere.

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  • "Hell, Yes!" Moment: Whenever she decides to kick some ass. Team Wakeshi's reaction to her standing against Ringoto's world conquest is full of this.
  • The Messiah: Clearly acts like this, Walking the Earth with her followers and helping whoever passes by. To wit, she reincarnates Chouji and instantly completes Houka-2 for Niki by using her memories.
  • Physical God: And possibly even more than in the original.
  • Time Paradox
  • Walking Spoiler

Team Sochi

An apparently-freelance team that struggles against Ringoto's world conquest.

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  • Badass Normal
  • The Brute
  • Gone Horribly Right: They work fine at delaying Ringoto's interventions. Then Mashin kidnaps Houka, and brainwashes her so that he has a proper puppet to coach and give out orders to the team. They notice her brainwashing quickly, snap her out of it, and turn on Mashin.
  • No-Holds-Barred Beatdown: Their method of action is essentially ganging up on Ringoto's emissaries 3-on-one and leaving before being spotted by the "gods".

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    Barney Garrant 
  • Height: 195 cm
  • Weight: 107 kg
An Australian underground fighter, who gained a lot of background influence even in the pro field given how he made good acquaintances with everyone he encountered. His father created a killing agency, but it was taken over by an unknown sect before Barney would inherit it. He decided to take it easy instead, but the wars upon the world have him side against Ringoto's crazed world conquest and working for the opposition.

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    Brun Hardt 
  • Height: 203 cm
  • Weight: 144 kg
A German fighter who overwhelmed the pro fighting field for his short activity time. He was kidnapped and experimented on by Number Zero, cutting his streak short. He came back as a fighter and killer for hire for whoever needed to give a beating to anyone.

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    Brianna Reed 
  • Height: 164 cm
  • Weight: 57 kg
An American-born girl, she emigrated to Korea to cash in on her musical talent when her parents were murdered. Due to her success, diverse organizations stood opposite to her success. She learned some mild Taek Won Do notions to defend herself, but developed an addiction to fighting. Her musical career is halted by her getting talked by Igo into getting experimented on, because with Ringoto's actions, there will be a lot of fighting to do.

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Team Gunshin

The world-conquering team, founded by Ringoto. All members of the team seem to have been empowered in some fashion by him, serving as his emissaries.

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    Meguri Teisou 
  • Height: 175 cm
  • Weight: 63 kg
One of Ringoto's sons and the spearhead of Team Gunshin. Loyal to a fault to his father and God, he is probably the first person Ringoto had under submission. He worked as Daniel's Number Two when they were struggling against Number Zero.

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    Kuran Akushi 
  • Height: 179 cm
  • Weight: 73 kg
An experimental Artificial Human created by Ringoto for his world conquest. He is brash, condescending and a megalomaniac to boot.

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    Ibara Dotou 
  • Height: 162 cm
  • Weight: 42 kg
A Japanese girl who is in desperate search for her father. On the way there, she has been kidnapped and left to die in a decrepit laboratory. Escaping with little knowledge left, she resumes her search... not for her father, but for a reason to live on.

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Team Mizuchi

The team that stands opposite to Ringoto's world-conquering by "securing" territories. It's really just the Mashin Team.

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    Youku Teisou 
  • Height: 185 cm
  • Weight: 84 kg
Ringoto's ninth (second-to-last) son. He betrays his father when he starts his crazed conquest of the world, but is just as evil as him: when it turns out his side is evil too, he doesn't give a thing about it.

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  • Height: 196 cm
  • Weight: 170 kg
Theophanie's jealous bastard brother. He repeatedly tried to take her sect over because she's a girl and he's a man. As Ringoto attempts to conquer the world and an opposing force comes forth, he joins his favourite of the two and prepares his takeover on his sister's organization.
    Frieda Hivernale 
  • Height: 162 cm
  • Weight: 46 kg
An Artificial Human created by Mashin and cloned from a Russian girl, plus genetic addendums from other characters such as Brun. She completes the Mizuchi Team. She has odd relationships with the rest of her team.

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