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A Certain Scientific Choudenjihou S – 23


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Please, Saten. What the fuck do you think you’re going to do?

71 Thoughts on “A Certain Scientific Choudenjihou S – 23

  1. mianghuei on September 21, 2013 at 7:52 am said:

    Just in time for XDCC. 🙂
    Is it just me or does everyone still get a kick for the OP after 23 episodes?

  2. Second!

  3. Oh Saten…
    Well I respect the fact that she doesn’t want to be laying around not looking tough when it’s time for a showdown. Someday Capacity Down will strike again and when it does she’ll be there XD.

  4. Obligatory I love you.
    I love you.

  5. [spoiler]Trying to bludgeon the scientist to death with her bat. She didn’t had the chance to do it in the movie.[/spoiler] :3

  6. She’s gonna whomp on some kids at softball.

  7. Stalker Fairy on September 21, 2013 at 8:17 am said:

    Apparently, I was the only one who thought she was going to hit a homerun…..with Yuiharu’s head >_>

  8. namednoob on September 21, 2013 at 9:18 am said:

    Level 0 Saten-san mairu !

  9. Kaoru Kajiura on September 21, 2013 at 9:29 am said:


  10. Stealthbird97 on September 21, 2013 at 10:38 am said:

    I still get a kick out of all of the OP’s
    I can remember most of all of them.

  11. Hommedaction on September 21, 2013 at 11:05 am said:

    All Raingun OP/ED are awesome.
    I hope it will be used in a big ass fight like it was the case in the first season’s finale.

  12. Thanks for the release.

  13. MPythonFC on September 21, 2013 at 11:19 am said:

    Saten is the glue that holds this team together, how dare you question her usefulness!
    Thanks for the release. Going to be lost when we’re finished… Bring on Railgun…T?

  14. Thanks! 😀

  15. Smash expensive equipment. It worked for her before.
    Barring that, she’ll just flip skirts.

  16. anime fan on September 21, 2013 at 1:27 pm said:

    I don’t recall seeing what Congo’s freinds can do (I’ve only watched the original Railgun series besides S, and that was a long time ago. I never watched Index, and never plan to). Beyond the Saten and the bat the fight I’d be most interested in seeing (from a whimsical standpoint) is: what will be done with that kick board!?!

  17. CaptainJistuce on September 21, 2013 at 2:22 pm said:

    The return of the baseball bat of love, justice, and blunt force trauma!
    @anime fan: from the Railgun comics, short-hair can control water. Hydrokinesis is pretty straightforward(and makes that thermos she’s carrying oh-so-very scary). Long-hair can control bouyancy. A more subtle power, with multiple apparent effects. The two work well together.
    If I recall, they got to use their powers every-so-briefly earlier in this season, but it was a blink and miss it thing. But next week? Hell hath no fury like a Tokiwadai student scorned.

  18. Oh man that forgotten plot point (clover) from ten episodes ago.
    If any gate’s going to be broken, it’s the one with Uiharu/Saten. Sure, stick the two people with practically no battle capability together at one gate.
    Or the one with Mii. There’s only so much you can do alone with x-ray vision.
    And then they stick three level 4s with battle capability at one gate. 😐

  19. ACrazyOldMan on September 21, 2013 at 2:44 pm said:

    They’re using a ganking strategy; first to destroy the other’s base wins!

  20. Thanks again for the release!

  21. So does that make this the second to last episode, or is Railgun S supposed to be a full 25/26?

  22. macxxx007 on September 21, 2013 at 7:41 pm said:

    Lol… thanks so much for the episode!
    Have a great night!

  23. Thanks for the release.
    However, the video is locking up all throughout the final credits sequence. I think you have an encoding error.

  24. Thanks! ^.^

  25. MPythonFC on September 21, 2013 at 9:51 pm said:

    @Void I had the same thing, though I assumed it was just my setup… Perhaps not.

  26. julyan04 on September 21, 2013 at 10:51 pm said:

    Hide now bitches, Saten-sama is in the house.

  27. I’m fully expecting Index III to be announced at the end of this season 😀

  28. Stuart444 on September 22, 2013 at 12:14 am said:

    I have the same issue as void and MPythonFC.
    And if I restart the video and try to skip to a point after it’s lock up, it locks up again after a few seconds.

  29. Saten will rule, just wait.

  30. mianghuei on September 22, 2013 at 1:20 am said:

    @Void @MPythonFC @Stuart44 No problems on my end. Maybe file integrity error? Run a CRC Check. I’m running Kawaii Codec Pack so I’m not sure if that works better or not.

  31. shapular on September 22, 2013 at 2:14 am said:

    Video locks up during the credits. Can you reupload?

  32. No lock up here. Using latest CCCP

  33. anime fan on September 22, 2013 at 3:33 am said:

    @ Void and @Monty Python’s Flying Circus. I had no problems, so I don’t think its an encoding issue. I used Kawaii Codec Pack (aka KCP). Perhaps give that a try, and see if it works for you.

  34. anime fan on September 22, 2013 at 3:37 am said:

    @ Void and @Monty Python’s Flying Circus.I forgot to ask. Are/Were you watching the 720 sub or the 480? My no problems was with the 720 version, so you may be right if you were both using the 480 while those of us with no problems were using the 720.

  35. I’ve checked both the 720p and 480p and both are fine. Check your files crcs if you have problems.

  36. SeraphSword on September 22, 2013 at 4:55 am said:

    Just like to add that I had the same problem as Void and the others. I was using the 720p release, with VLC player. VLC player seems to be the culprit for me because I was able to run it fine with Media Player Classic.
    Thanks for the release!

  37. STUDY is retarded as fuck on September 22, 2013 at 9:01 am said:

    so let me get this strait
    they can afford 20 fucking thousand of these mechs that probably cost god knows how much each
    they can only afford to give them giant wrenches as weapons?
    fuck that, if money was an issue should have got 10k of them with fucking mini-guns and rocket launchers as arms

  38. Lovengeance on September 22, 2013 at 10:19 am said:

    Like some other people, the 720p version does lock up in the credits in VLC. It is quite annoying as it does screw the whole VLC.exe up! Thanks for the upload anyways, 480p works fine.

  39. Showdown 😀
    I thought the fps is so high near the ending that my computer can’t take it.
    Just like in Kono Naka ni Hitori Imouto ga Iru’ (720)’s opening (at the start where it is passing in the hallway). Is it really an error or just the video is so high quality that my computer can’t take it.

  40. The stuttering issue with the credits seems to be related to the song-lyrics here, stutters every time it loads a new line, no issues with subtitles disabled.

  41. Revelations on September 22, 2013 at 11:41 am said:

    They probably have hidden weaponry. Although that doesn’t make STUDY any better as a villain. They’re just throwing a temper tantrum because Big Daddy Academy City is playing favorites.

  42. Revelations on September 22, 2013 at 11:42 am said:

    ^that was @STUDY is retarded as fuck

  43. Stuart444 on September 22, 2013 at 11:50 am said:

    I was using the 720p version with VLC. player and yeah, what Hakase said is correct.
    I disabled the subtitles and everything worked perfectly so it’s related to the kareoke.

  44. Sochikuta on September 22, 2013 at 12:49 pm said:

    Wow…first time got this right after release. Amazing work as always!!
    @STUDY is retarded as fuck: if they didn’t take into account the fact that over 9,000 clones are gonna back Misaka up, I’m pretty sure “retard” is the kindest word anyone can offer.

  45. STUDY relies on mass number and the Academy City administrative keep a tight lease on Anti-Skill since they have the firepower to stop those drones. Also, I think they pooled their resources on developing Chemicoloids, it’s lot cheaper and equipped the robots with heavy weapons might tip off the Japanese Government. After the Level 6 Shift being shutdown, the City cannot guarantee those shipments will slip under Police/JDSF radar.
    Either way, we gonna see lotsa of ass kicking in the Finale.

  46. @Cyou: Mii is wearing her red jacket … I don’t think she’s going to be alone. 😉

  47. anime fan on September 22, 2013 at 11:36 pm said:

    I don’t know what her wearing a red jacket signifies (as far as her connections). Guess I’ll have to rewatch the original Railgun anime to see if something like that is revealed in it.

  48. @anime fan
    Mii wearing the red jacket signifies that she’s into this at her own accord. She was a gang member and having a love interest with the group leader before coming clean and joint Judgement.

  49. @Shadow: Touche, but I’m not sure how much help they can be in this fight.
    @STUDY is retarded as fuck: I’m pretty sure Japan’s gun laws would make that absurdly hard. Limited numbers, maybe (see Accelerator, Big Spider), but 10k would be pushing it more than a little. Not to mention the possibility that those robots can’t use guns in the first place.

  50. @Cyou I agree current japanese gun laws are fairly prohibitted you introduce the clear counter example. The level up program equipped each battle ready sister with at least 1 gun even if we assume they only got them immediately prior to fighting he still fought and killed over 10k. While some guns were probably reused Accelators increasingly violent overkill tendencies would’ve destroyed most of them. So while 10k guns might seem hard to get into japan right now they series has already proved that acedemy city get’s what acedemy city wants lol.
    Really almost nothing is too fantastic to be implausible in this series. But 10k robots with friggin lazers attached to their heads against a couple level 4s a level 5 and a couple of basically powerless highschool girls especially when the side with the robots has the authority in their pocket wouldn’t have made for good story let alone a battle that could be wrapped up in less than a year during which time half the city gets destroyed

  51. mianghuei on September 24, 2013 at 5:55 am said:

    My question though is if Academy City is an independent nation inside Japan like Vatican and San Marino is in Italy. They may have different gun laws.

  52. @mianghuei
    Probably the Japanese Government had gazetted Academy City autonomy on field related to science and technology R&D and esper development programs as long as it doesn’t violate science ethics and taboo (which is not the case as most of the amoral experiments are run behind the scene; outside the reach of the Government). I think they didn’t not allow any civilian to carry firearms except for Anti-Skill and small faction of elite guards/PMC that are guarding the City key installations. As the most of the population are made up of students attending Esper Development Curriculum, it’s logical the City have strict laws on weapons and firearms.

  53. Please, Saten. Who do you think you’re going to fuck?
    I’ll gladly offer myself there 😀
    Anyway, thanks for the subs 😀

  54. @Cyou
    I’m PRETTY sure that Japanese…ANY laws have about as much as a hold on academy city that a sheet of rice paper does holding down a bear
    …for obvious reasons
    but really tho, your also forgetting one simple fact that was mentioned in this episode…THEY manufacture most of ANTI-Skills stuff now, so if anti-skill has it then THEY have it…and if they already have the manufacturing planets to make the small arms that means they have shipments of gunpowder…the correct metals…ect…they can just re-purpose the plants to build their over sized mech weapons
    I don’t think the tech challenge is too far beyond them if they are capable of creating sentient life forms

  55. @AMg
    I like the government’s logic on that, firearms are dangerous so no one should carry them
    but lets give elementary school kids the powers of a vengeful ancient god, that seems like a good idea

  56. @^
    That’s the irony of the gun law. I think it’s more to protect the law-abiding civilians from psychopath, dangerous delinquents and Skill-Outs. Esper with firearms is more dangerous than the ones that relies on his/her ability to cause trouble regardless the power level. Think Bioshock and you will get the picture.

  57. Tim Frierson on September 25, 2013 at 12:47 am said:

    …any chance of a v.2 release-there is a glitch in the mkv that makes the ed unwatchable-deadfish’s mp4 ver of your release does not have the problem(d/l’d it twice on different days-same glitch in same place on two separate comps).
    And before I forget, thank you for all the hard work you do…

  58. Recall STUDY’s position in comparison to (I believe it is) MEMBER’s. Gensei is respected and allowed far more leeway compared to the black sheep of STUDY. You have to realize that STUDY’s pretty much going against Academy City here – they’re not supported by the board of directors. Their whole project’s to prove how they’re correct.
    They’re part of the darkness, but compared to Accelerator and Gensei, they’ve got nothing. Gensei’s got free rein. In comparison, if they tried to cart around 10k guns, they’d get noticed fast.
    However, the most likely reason is still that the robots can’t use them. A check tells me that’s likely. Diffusion Ghost apparently fills a hollow space and controls the robots that way. So any technology attached to the robot’s unuseable.
    On another note, the ban for the firearms is most likely due to their ease of use in comparison. Much more people with firearms compared to significantly damaging esper powers.

  59. Tsukurite on September 25, 2013 at 4:14 am said:

    @Tim Frierson
    I got the same thing happening with my file and apparently it’s caused by the subtitles since I somehow got it running again and vlc automatically disabled the subtitles for me to make it run properly.

  60. @AMg
    true, as shown by the fact that even accelerator carries a pistol now due to his time limit
    but lets face it, once you reach a certain level, bar any limitations like acc has now, a guy is well…beneath you lol
    I mean unless your ability allows you to carry around a 105mm howitzer, no portable firearm can really match the ability to teleport…simply because you can use your ability like a firearm only there’s zero travel time and literally pinpoint precision
    mile long short having to account for wind, ect…thats nice
    I just teleported a hand grenade into his skull from (lest theoretically say a lvl5 teleport can go anywhere, just need to see the person to “snipe” them) from my couch watching from a spy satellite
    or you know, to use an actual lvl5 as an example…Gunha…who needs a pistol when you can just will the laws of physics out the door
    its like his power is literally “plot armor”
    actually come to think of it, that’s EXACTLY what his power is…its a purposefully, flamboyantly done, example of plot armor

  61. @^
    Even Accelerator had a time limit of 15 minutes, he basically overpowered anyone and everything that trying to pursue/kill him within that limit. As long as he knows the limits and acts accordingly, he will be okay.
    True, the City administrative not fully “protect” STUDY, they only keep Anti-Skill out of their way (probably Anti-Skill’s higher-ups since STUDY is their main contractor for their equipments). I think the situation will change when they initiate their grand experiment aka revolution. The whole shit will be on them after Misaka and Co. deal half of their drones.

  62. Dareno Namae on September 26, 2013 at 5:48 am said:

    I just found this and it looks fantastic, all it needs is some subs 😉

  63. @Dareno
    They (UTW) already did it earlier this month. You need to dig deeper.

  64. aaaaaaaaaa on September 26, 2013 at 5:49 pm said:

    I just noticed VLC is using your release in a screenshot on their site for “Advanced Subtitles” on the 2.1 release page. Check it out…
    It is the 3rd screenshot over. Cool stuff!

  65. MPythonFC on September 26, 2013 at 9:18 pm said:

    @AMg The video is of Index-tan, the special with the movie, rather than the movie itself. UTW have said they are doing it, so I’m blaming Kusion for not releasing it yet… 😉

  66. I see. My bad. I though it was the movie broken into parts.

  67. I’ve uploaded a modified version of the subtitles which replaces the \blur tags with the closest equivalent \be tag. Could those of you having issues with the subtitles try it out?

  68. Sorry – messed up the file. Here’s the right URL:

  69. Count Monty on September 28, 2013 at 3:59 pm said:

    What’s she gonna do? She’s gonna fuck up those robots with a baseball bat, like a mutha fuckin’ bawse.

  70. After further investigation, I’ve determined that it’s a combination of high-strength blur with vector clipping that is causing the problem.
    In the ending, all the vector clipping can be replaced by rectangular clipping, which fixes the problem for me.
    I’ve produced a new version of the subtitles which changes any vector clipping that is actually a rectangle with a rectangular clip. This fixes the problem for me. The fixed version is at:

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