Prison School Episode 186 - Bewitching Mist

Kyoko and Haru are taken hostage as part of the first-generation Guardian of the Mist Ring, Daemon Spade’s scheme. He had been spying on Tsuna and his friends for a while now, and he determined that Kyoko and Haru could be valuable hostages. What exactly does Daemon Spade want from the gang? And why would a member of the first-generation Family do such a terrible thing? Tsuna and his friends are confused, but Daemon Spade begins to speak to them with a confident grin on his face. He says that he would free his hostages if Tsuna and the others became the ideal Vongola inheritors. What could Daemon Spade’s true intention be?

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