Copyright: © 1994 Pony Canyon / Fuji TV (Japan), © 1997 Viz Video (North America)
Screenplay: Sato Hiroaki Director: Sato Hiroaki Animation Director: Ishikura Keiichi Character Design: Tanaka Kunihiko Music: Terashima Tamiya English Version Producer: Yoshida Toshifumi Translation by: Karahashi Takayuki
'D' continues to have his nightmarish dreams while recovering from injuries. The image of Key's unemotional body dispatching him haunts him at every corner... Meanwhile, Ajo has begun his next phase of his project. A new controller has been built to control his robots, and now it's A's turn to try to make them do his bidding. But Ajo has raised the stakes -- it's now up to A to control not one, but five PPOR's simultaneously. After an unsuccessful trial in a downtown park, C inexplicably lies to Ajo, claiming that the test run was a success...
Tataki, feeling somewhat guilty about his treatment of Kurigawa, has a change of heart, and gives her a list of people he had known during his school years -- people who were now very successful in the entertainment industry. Sakura and Key haven't escaped Prince Snake-Eye's watchful gaze yet, either. Convinced that Key is of great spiritual significance, the charismatic cult leader has ordered his followers to maintain a close vigil on Tokiko; and even go as far as planting a bug in Sakura's telephone. But imagine Sakura's surprise when she gets a call from a leading producer over that very same telephone...
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