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Alt title: Toaru Kagaku no Railgun S

A Certain Scientific Railgun S Episode 11 - The Vending Machine

Misaka and Kamijo meet again at the malfunctioning vending machine in the park, where Shirai mistakes him for being Misaka's boyfriend. Misaka becomes shaken when she bumps into another Misaka clone, and learns that the experiments are still ongoing.

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