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Suwa Squad and Arafune Squad (()()(タイ)(アラ)(フネ)(タイ) Suwa-tai to Arafune-tai ?) is Episode 39 of the World Trigger Anime.

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Short Summary[]

Osamu works tirelessly to find a strategy to defeat Suwa Squad and Arafune Squad, but can't find an answer. After a day relaxing around town, Osamu, Yūma and Chika come to a realization.

Long Summary[]

Karasawa is shown being in the upper booths, watching Tamakoma Second's debut match. Jin then enters the upper booths, surprised to see Karasawa as Jin thought he never watched Rank War matches, Karasawa says to congratulate Tamakoma Second on their victory and comments on how Osamu wasn't taking part in the fighting. Jin says the press conference put a set back in his recovery to which Karasawa apologizes for it, Jin conitues with how Konami and Yōtarō were extremely angry at the reports and Netsuki, but then asks why he brought Osamu to the conference.

Karasawa says it was a waste of resources to use Osamu as a scapegoat so it didn't sit right with him, Jin comments that he thnks pretty highly of Osamu to which he agrees. Karasawa continues by saying 26 people left border after the Second Large-Scale Invasion, but after the press conference, 5 times the amount of people applied with multiple companies wanting to sponser border. Jin asks if it was due to Osamu but Karasawa says not directly, as the applicants wanted to see what an Away Mission to the Neighborhood looked like to the point that the media is still talking about it. But the reason they know about it, is due to Osamu mentioning it and while people like him can be a pain, some people still value them and he is one of them. Karasawa finishes by saying he(Jin) shouldn't be too depressed for long as he should be cheering for his juniors as Osamu has a rough road ahead, Jin comments saying he can't change his emotional gear as fast as him but Karasawa says he used to play rugby but Jin questions how it is related.

Osamu, Chika and Yūma all stand infront of the Tamakoma Branch Base, mentioning how they were summoned. Osamu is worried that they are going to get chewed out but Yūma says he is thinking too much as they won so there would be no reason to chew them out to which Chika agrees. the trio decide to enter the base however they find no one is there, including Raijinmaru and Director Rindō, This makes them nervous so they open the room that leads to the kitchen. It was then revealed that they were hiding and fired their Party Poppers but the door was so old, it was stuck and when they finally opened the door, the surprise was ruined.

Characters in order of appearance[]

Triggers in order of appearance[]

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Differences Between the Anime and Manga[]

  • In the Anime, an extra scene is added where Osamu, Chika and Yūma were summoned to the Tamakoma Branch but couldn't find anyone until they reach the room where everyone celebrates their victory.
  • After Reiji says Osamu and co should do research themselves, the Anime added extra scenes of Suwa and Arafune Squad's profiles including where they at during the Second Large-Scale Invasion.
  • When Osamu asks if Usami could run a simulation of Suwa and Arafune Squad and she shows off a Yashamaru Series based simulation but has the members of Suwa squad and Arafune with his teammates, Hokari and Hanzaki as Bados.
  • The Anime adds a scene where the trio check out a forst stage and Usami mentions that they can change the time of day as well as weather when in the Manga it was mentioned later.
  • The Anime shows Osamu trying to think of which map to pick which leads to Chika, Yūma, and Osamu himself to travel around the city, none of which happened in the Manga

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