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US Funimation Channel. Anime and manga portal. The Bests of Higashi Murayama and Tokorozawa face off in a public park.
A "trainee" Rest named Nozomi arrives late with some dango from her family's restaurant, until the Rest on both sides are all blown away by the force of Maccha Green's attack.
The next day, an absent-minded girl crashes her bike into the headquarters of the Hiroshi Town Propellers, and reveals that she had traveled for three days straight despite living in the same town.
Masami accidentally meets Kuniko while eating at a nearby ramen shop, and ends up challenging her to an unofficial ramen-eating contest. The Propellers then find a bus waiting to take them to a local amusement park, only to trapped on the roller coaster as hostages for Higashi Murayama.
Masami races to the scene as the Hiroshi Town Propellers face certain doom, trapped on a roller coaster after Takumi blew up part of the track. Masami refuses to fight Kuniko without Maccha Green, but discovers that everyone except Nozomi has seen through her ruse.
As the roller coaster hurtles down the tracks, Masami runs off to change into her Maccha Green outfit while a Rest from Higashi Murayama tries and fails to stop the coaster.
At the last moment, the Propellers fly away to safety while Maccha Green arrives just in time to save Nozomi and Yukina. Kuniko has a brief flashback to her past but then decides to fight Masami anyway.
The force of their battle becomes so dangerous that they end up in the same hospital for two months, while President Misono decides to keep both of their heart-shaped jewels.
The next day, Nozomi and Yukina decide to travel across the country and grow stronger so they won't have to rely on Masami all the time.
Before they leave, they are quickly joined by former Higashi Murayama Rest, Ai, and a girl in a gas mask named Chihaya. The land of Always Comima, formed under the shadow of the Twin Towers in Tokyo, is protected by a cosplay security squad and led by a Best named Thunderoad.
As Thunderoad accidentally loses her heart-shaped power stone in the wig of a life-sized "Rick" model, she receives another threatening message from a terrorist group called Dynamite Bomber.
Later, Nozomi and her group travel into Always Comima, but after revealing their own power stone to a couple of Knights, are quickly arrested by Thunderoad.
Thunderoad believes the missing stone was stolen by Dynamite Bomber and demands they return it or they will face capital punishment.
Nozomi and her group try searching the area but fail to find the stone. Meanwhile, Thunderoad laments over not having the cash to buy the life-sized Rick model, but after her pet crow discovers the missing stone, she decides to sell both her stone and the one Chiaya carried to Kuranoske for the cash to buy it.
Thunderoad's assistant Noriko decides to help Nozomi's group hide out for the night, summarizing the history of Always Comima.