Gatekeepers

Season 2 Episode 5

Miu

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Aired Daily 11:00 PM Jul 24, 2003 on
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As school lets out, Miu's friends invite her out, but she leaves them and visits Reiji and Ayane at Headquarters. Reiji has been taking care of Ayane, who's been in a coma for four weeks. Reiji talks about how Ayane hated the city, and how the city's corruption breeds Invaders. He shows Miu the storeroom of crystals from vanquished Invaders. He says that one day he hopes to be able to turn these crystals back into humans, even though the chances are slim. He also wonders why, despite her hate, Ayane continued to bring the crystals back to him instead of destroying them. The blonde-haired Ghost Girl enters Headquarters and hovers over Ayane. She says Ayane is just like her. Reiji opens his Black Gate on her, but she isn't absorbed. He realizes she isn't an original Invader, but a human. Using her own Gate powers, the Ghost Girl blasts Headquarters apart, takes back all the collected crystals, and disappears. Reiji reveals that he's partly prosthetic because his use of Gate Powers consumes him. He says that Yukino as well was partly consumed by her Gate use. Likewise, the Ghost Girl herself must be a Gate Keeper of whom only a small residual spirit is left. Outside, the Ghost Girl opens an immense Gate below her. She drops the crystals of all the collected Invaders into it, as well as the crystals of Count Akama and Kaiser Kikai. At Yui's school and at the wrecked Headquarters, humans turn into Invaders left and right. Will Miu have to fight her own friends at school? What is the Ghost Girl raising from her Gate?moreless

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    Tom Wyner

    Tom Wyner

    Teacher, Kaiser Kikai, Taxi Driver

    Recurring Role

    Shozo Iizuka

    Shozo Iizuka

    Kikai Shogun (Japanese)

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