Nagi is wandering around the construction sites
holding a compass, she is evidently looking for
disturbances in the electro-magnetic field. Having
heard from her classmates where Nagi had last been
seen, Suema approaches her. Suema is again trying get
Nagi to open up and reveal some of what she knows.
Suema seems to know that Nagi was intimately involved
with the Pillar of Light incident and the serial
killer from five years previous, how Nagi was
involved is a mystery to her though. Another thing
that she realizes is that even a month following the
Pillar of Light, there are still loose ends. Suema
reveals to the viewer the reason for her interest in
the strange events that have been occurring of late.
She was one of the individuals targeted by the serial
killer. Nagi for once is slightly surprised when
Suema asks why she had been in the hospital for a
year around the time of the killings. Suema
apparently has been doing some detective work. Seeing
the silhouette of Ichiro Kishida resting against a
van down the street, Nagi cuts the conversation short.
As she is beginning to walk away Nagi turn back to
Suema, asking if she knows Toka Miyashita. Suema is
surprised at the question saying that she only knows
the name. Nagi says something here that has me
flummoxed, as it is counter intuitive,
...If you two were friends... I was just wondering
how it was going.
Like me Suema is totally confused. Is this Nagi's way
of introducing Suema to Toka because she thinks that
they will get on well? Maybe Nagi is throwing Suema a
bone, piking Suema's interest in Toka in lieu of an
answer to her questions.
(Officer Morita's Form);
This portion of Yamamoto's running conversation with
Morita evidently does not take place on the same day
as Miyo's death, as Yamamoto enters zero deaths for
the day in his log book. Morita is explaining to
Yamamoto that the organization covers the world,
having a branch even in the city. Morita gives the
serial killer as an example of this, stating that the
organization was responsible. Morita reveals that a
drug that the organization created was most
likely what started the serial killer down its path.
The drug had been created while the composite humans
where being developed. Later it was stolen by Kuroda
(his name is not given in this scene) and taken to
the Prefectural Hospital, where it disappeared.
Yamamoto makes some kind of subconscious connection
because out of the blue he asks if that isn't where
Miyo's daughter is staying.