Intro: Adonis, a group dedicated to purging criminals, uploaded a video of gagged and bound police offers to the public in Shinjuku. They were executed a month later in another public video. Desperate to catch Adonis, the police created the Shinjuku Quarantine Act: everyone 20 or older was required to carry firearms for self-defense. With the threat of X-Day approaching, the police are in over their heads. Ichika Hoshino works for the SRCPO department which deals with the public regarding X-Day incidents. She is ambushed one night and a poisoned collar is locked around her neck. To remove it, she must work with a group of ex-cops, but if her collar is discovered or she reveals the wrong information, Adonis will release the poison in her collar and kill her. Who is Adonis and what do they want with Ichika, the woman they claim has the makings fit for them?
Intro: When Oda Nobunaga went to war, the Iga and Koga clans joined forces. Enju Ueno is the daughter of their unification. She desires to become useful to her clan by becoming a full-fledged shinobi. One day, Enju and her friends are requested to go to Kyo and locate Goemon Ishikawa, a notorious thief. However, she gets tangled up in the King’s murder. Her father disowns her and she becomes the stepping stone for the Council of Five Elders. For whoever kills her becomes Hideyoshi’s guardian and the most powerful man in the land.
Intro: A twist on Arthurian legend where a girl is chosen to become King of Britain when she draws the Holy Sword. Alu’s brother, Kay, is a Knight hoping to be King. He shits bricks when she draws the sword (┛◉Д◉)┛彡┻━┻ . After her first battle, there is a ball, and whoever escorts Alu is the route you diverge onto.
Intro: There lies a mansion that lures in the most desperate. It is cursed by a witch, said to fulfill the wishes of those who dwell within-but at a terrible price. You awaken in this very mansion by a nameless Maid who knows everything about you. You will travel through time to discover your origins…and learn that love isn’t always warmth and comfort, for it can be painful and lonely. Though, that doesn’t mean there’s no hope. What is your wish, dear?