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A Haruhi Suzumiya/A Certain Magical Index crossover. Aleister Crowley learns about the existence and the power of Haruhi Suzumiya and sends Touma (as an exchange student) and several other agents to test his theories about her. Meanwhile, the SOS Brigade (sans the leader) is informed of this and tries its best to not to cause any trouble and ESPECIALLY to prevent Touma from touching Haruhi, while the latter tries to stalk him so she can find more about Academy City. Hilarity Ensues.


First arc ended in chapter 10, second arc ended at chapter 18, and third arc ended at chapter 22. Currently in the fourth arc.

This fic has not been updated since 2013, and the author has not had any activity since then, so this is most likely a Dead Fic.

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  • Apocalypse How: The initial driving plot is the fear that a freaking Class Z could occur if Touma were to touch Haruhi. When it inevitably happens, although the situation is resolved before anything seriously puts reality in jeopardy, it's notable that Touma's Imagine Breaker DID affect Haruhi, and it is highly implied that Haruhi's existence was actually threatened by that single touch.
  • Big Eater: Index, just as much in the original material if not more, at one point she eats so much free ramen she actually manages to make the stand bankrupt and it's owner cry.
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  • Brick Joke: Haruhi reads a paper on stem cell research and becomes interested. Several chapters later, Heaven Canceller out of nowhere declares he will work on stem cell research, and Kyon deduces that Haruhi's power caused this.
  • Broke Episode: In chapter 13, the brigade has to work in the family restaurant they always go to so they can help Kyon pay for his trip to Academy City.
  • Clark Kenting: Haruhi is able to disguise herself with a pair of shades. Kyon comments that normally, it wouldn't work, but since Haruhi believes it would, it does.
  • Critical Research Failure: The author apparently forgot/did not know that Touma destroyed Index's "Collar" in Volume 1 of the light novel; therefore, there is absolutely no reason John's Pen Mode should activate, let alone still exist, when Nagato quite unnecessarily forces access to the grimoires.
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  • Do Not Call Me "Paul": Vento of the Front goes undercover as a student. Her classmates comment her real name is pretty, but she insists everyone call her Vento.
  • Don't You Dare Pity Me!: Touma beats the crap out of Kakine and looks down on him with regret. He doesn't take it well.
  • Dramatic Irony: When Haruhi meets Touma, she immediately dismisses him as ordinary and boring, unaware of his powers and heroism.
  • Erotic Dream: Kyon has one about both Mugino and Asakura.
  • Eviler Than Thou: Asakura Ryoko Vs. Vento of the Front. The segment where this fight happens was even named after this trope.
  • Explaining Your Power to the Enemy: Terra of the Left egotistically gloats about his powers to Kyon, knowing that he cannot take advantage of this knowledge. Fortunately, Kaori was eavesdropping and uses this knowledge to defeat him.
  • Fastball Special: Emiri Kimidori flings Touma into the sky so he can punch a flying Kakine.
  • Finger Poke of Doom: Haruhi is able to bypass Accelerator's powers and flick him in the nose.
  • Florence Nightingale Effect: After Kakine is defeated by Touma, Kuyou takes him in and nurses him back to health. They start dating.
  • For Science!: Crowley doesn't care that negating Haruhi's power or otherwise messing with her could potentially destroy the universe, he's curious.
  • Girl-on-Girl Is Hot: When the adult Asahina from the future gives Kaori Kanzaki a hug, resulting in their boobs pressing together, Kyon finds it arousing, then berates himself for his dirty thoughts.
  • God Guise: The magicians worship Haruhi behind her back, believing her to be The One True God, except for the Roman Catholic Church, who think she's a heretic who stole God's power. Then in the third arc it's revealed that the Roman Catholic Church believes it's Sasaki who's The One True God.
  • Idol Singer: Haruhi becomes the talk of Academy City after an impromptu performance. She does have the voice of God, after all.
  • Kamijou Touma, Destroyer of the Omniverse: Touma is initially completely unaware that he can potentially bring about the end of all reality as we know it if he were to even just graze Haruhi with Imagine Breaker.
  • Mistaken for Prank Call: When several nuns fall under God's Divine Punishment, Sister Angeline and later Haruhi try to call the hospital for them, only to be dismissed as prank callers.
  • No-Sell: Touma can walk straight through closed space as if it wasn't even there—not that he notices it's even there. In fact, Touma is the only person who is completely immune to Haruhi's powers.
  • Oblivious to Love: Like in canon, Kyon does not notice most girl's feelings. When Mugino starts hitting on him, he doesn't understand why this pisses Nagato off. Several characters from the Magic Side refer to him as "the one closest to her", and he doesn't get what that means.
    • And of course, Touma continues his usual trend too.
  • The Pen Is Mightier: When some pervert tries to take an up-skirt photo of Asahina, Haruhi angry throws a pen that nails him in the arm.
  • Reality-Breaking Paradox: What happens when the ultimate force of creation/alteration (Haruhi) comes into contact with the ultimate force alteration- negation (Touma)? An unstable, incomplete and highly bizarre universe is created that attempts to complete itself and stabilize reality by replacing the old one, with absolutely no certainty of what it all entails. It even comes with stronger, but deformed Celestials.
  • Rescue Romance: When Kyon rescues Mugino she instantly lusts after him, much to his horror.
  • Right for the Wrong Reasons: Haruhi correctly deduces that the comatose nuns are suffering from oxygen deprivation when she notices the room isn't properly ventilated, but the real source is God's Divine Punishment.
  • Running Gag:
    • Kyon arriving last to something and Haruhi berating him for being late.
    • Kyon thinking about something and then Haruhi yelling at him to hurry up. He'll look up bewildered to find everyone had walked away.
  • Schrödinger's Cat: Thanks to Haruhi's subconscious Reality Warper powers, when asked to guess a card randomly drawn from a deck, she can guess a card that isn't in the deck and get it right. Some observers describe this as if someone did the Schrodinger's Cat experiment... and pulled a dog out of the box.
  • Shout-Out:
    Haruhi: "You know what they say Capitalism, Ho!"
  • Surveillance as the Plot Demands: Aleister Crowley is able to see nearly anywhere, even inside Closed Space. Lampshaded by Motoharu.
    "Mind if I ask something… how did you saw all that stuff?"
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Team ITEM and Team SCHOOL are hired for the same job. They can't stand each other.
  • Time Stands Still:
    • When Touma touches Haruhi with Imagine Breaker, this happens as Closed Space/the universe starts being negated/erased. Fortunately, the people who were unaffected manage to separate them before it is too late.
    • At one point, a sleeping Haruhi makes all clocks and the moon and stars to stop moving for about an hour, though everyone is aware and wondering what is going on.
    • Nagato uses the power to freeze time to effortlessly defeat Accelerator.
  • Twin Threesome Fantasy: Kuroko desires it when she meets Misaka 11111, aka Ichigo Misaka. Mikoto says it's not going to happen.
  • The Un-Reveal:
    • Once the SOS Brigade realizes that Touma is not affected by Haruhi's powers, they excitedly ask him what happened in the Time Crash Three Years Ago. Touma sadly alludes to his amnesia.
    • When Kyon uses his real name, Kanzaki says it's really beautiful and asks why he doesn't use it more often. The reader doesn't get to see the name.
    • Vento of the Front's real name gets the same treatment.
  • Unwanted Harem: Touma, just like, if not more than, in the original; by now, he (of course unintentionally) charmed one-tenth of entire female population of North High.
  • Wham Episode: Chapter 11. The SOS Brigade gets invited to Academy City.
  • Wham Line:
    • You know the first line Haruhi spoke in the original source? She says it again...IN ACADEMY CITY!!
    • In Chapter 18, Aleister receives a phone call: "My name is... John Smith."
  • What Does She See in Him?: A few characters wonder why Haruhi loves Kyon, commenting that he's plain and there's nothing special about him at all. Similarly, Frenda doesn't understand why Mugino likes him.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: Tsuchimakaido receives this from nearly everyone else for telling Aleister about Haruhi in the first place just so he could have a bargaining chip to legalize marriage between Not Blood Siblings. Hell, even Aleister calls him on it.
    Aleister: I refuse to take morals lessons from someone that sold off his God just because he wanted to marry his sister.
  • Who Writes This Crap?!: Haruhi asks who thought Touma and her touching each other being big deal was a good idea for a plot and says it's ridiculous, referring to what she thought was a play the brigade had done for her.
  • With Catlike Tread: Kaori Kanazaki twice fails to sneak attack Shizuri Mugino because she called her Nanasen attack. After the second attempt, Mugino points out that Calling Your Attacks defeats the purpose of a sneak attack.
  • Worth It: While the SOS Brigade is working in the restaurant, Taniguchi orders cup after cup of coffee, trying to get Kanzaki or Asahina, who are waitresses, to come to his table. Haruhi foils his attempts by having Kyon take and deliver his orders. After his 97th cup, Kyon takes pity on him and asks Kanzaki to finally serve him. Taniguchi is ecstatic and says it was worth losing almost all his money.
  • Xanatos Gambit: Aleister's plans in the second arc. While he was not able to get Haruhi to enroll in school at Academy City, he was able to perform all sorts of tests on her and see many examples of her power in action, enabling him to collect a lot of data. He also is able to lure operatives of the Time Travelers Agency and the Integrated Data Sentient Entity on to his home turf, allowing him to collect data on them and to more accurately assess what sort of threat they might pose to his plans.
  • Yandere: Hilariously enough, Mugino becomes one for Kyon.

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