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Several years after the incident in Amazawa town, Chinami Ebihara is now a member of an organization - founded by Sonomi Kujo - called OZ. Like its rival Foundation, OZ studies those with the special power known as 'Type-E' - the ability to affect electrical devices. However, while OZ wishes to help Type-E users gain control of their powers and be productive members of society, Foundation wishes to gain their power through force and use them for unknown purposes. Along with a fellow Type-E user named Maori, Chinami goes on missions to determine Foundation's motives and protect other Type-E users from their grip.  

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Code-E TV 2007 Prequel
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Tetsuhito SAITO Character Design
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The order I watched them in FluffySoulSensation 53 Jul 8, 2013
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