Kai finishes his tale and his audience learns what happened to their predecessors who were, and weren't, successfully auctioned off at their expo, revealing the birth of the Strikers, the terrorist group who attacked the school. But the truth is still murky and the conflicting roles of their teachers and directors, and even Kai, are anything but clear.
Dude! This is some dark, twisty, hard-to-wrap-your-brain-around-it-but-fun-to-try business of complex hidden motives, histories, and personalities. And I am eager for the next one. The jerk Rockswell gets a whack in the head, which pleases me, but he just laughs it off, which is frustrating. I want to know why he thinks everything's going so swimmingly and how he and Kuroe and Dr. Kamiya (two staff members, the latter of whom raised Shiro as his son) are all connected and what the heck is going on!