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26 episodes · Heaven's Lost Property Poster Sugata and Sohara use Nymph's Dive Game program to travel to the Synapse. In the process . Date a Live. The game mostly consists of typical visual novel/dating simulator game-play in which the main character, Heaven's Lost Property Final: Eternal My Master. a sim date for girls. Branwen: (So the Prince of this land is holding a ball to seek. his future wife, is he? So what do I do in this game again? Branwen .. You lost your memory 6 years ago? My! .. order to reclaim his throne in heaven, he had to make diamond-shaped things pervade the. kingdom.
While Mikako steps aside, taking Ikaros and Nymph, to search for a hot springs, Tomoki and the boys stage an assault on the strongest girl on the team, which is not Astraea but Sohara. At dusk, while the surviving girls relax at the hot springs, the boys appear to have the advantage, until the popular boys rebel by freeing the captured girls, and Tomoki's team must face the wrath of the "Abominable Snow-hara Man". When Tomoki get stuck in the snow, Astraea has her chance to take out Tomoki, but Ikaros arrives to prevent that from happening.
The next day, Sugata comments how Astraea is not allowed to return to Synapse until she kills Tomoki, something he pities on her about. Sohara accidentally tips an object, which rolls and falls to the world below. The two then walk through an Angeloid village to a dome where Sugata enters a portal and finds himself observing activities in Sorami.
He then finds himself in a room full of encapsulated humans, with Angeloids monitoring, and he questions his humanity. He encounters the Harpieswho have a hold of Sohara, but since he has the Dive Game on a time limit, Sugata and Sohara return to their world safe and sound.
At night, Tomoki takes the strange object and builds it into a transforming panty robot pedal bicycle. He uses it for his lecherous activities and treats it like a brother, that is until Sohara discovers and destroys his friend.
After informing Tomoki that he is the least popular boy in school, Mikako holds a game show to settle the situation. With Sugata hosting and Ikaros supplying the questions, [note 15] only Nymph does well.
The others suffer penalties from ecchi ravishings to cesspools and peltings of trash. However, when the questions shift to ecchi school girl trivia such as Sohara's measurements and other girls' panty colors, Tomoki catches up to Nymph.
The final question, a freebie repeat of an earlier question about the ethics of an open door to the girls' locker room, causes Tomoki to struggle between choosing the correct answer and being a man. Later, Astraea challenges Tomoki in a dummy rematch, but ends up bonding with him from the games, and feels accepted at their barbecue.
Meanwhile, Daedalusthe angel in Tomoki's dream, watches over her Angeloid daughters, until she is attacked by the Harpies and the Master of Synapsewho informs her he is deploying his new generation Angeloid. While Ikaros shops for groceries, an impoverished Astraea and Nymph raid Ikaros's watermelon patch; when she returns they try to regrow the patch but transform it into Venus flytrap looking melon monsters.
After Astraea makes fun of Nymph's lack of wings, Nymph ponders how useless she is without a master. Sugata asks her to set up the Dive Game portal for some quick visits to Synapse, but during one of the trips, Nymph is pulled away for a date by Tomoki, leaving Sugata about to be attacked by the Harpies, until Daedalus pulls him out. Ikaros sees Tomoki and Nymph walking, and feels some emotions in her chest. Tomoki tells Nymph he wants to become her master, but before she starts the imprinting process, Tomoki tells Nymph to blow herself up.
Nymph realizes that is not Tomoki, who then reveals itself to be the second generation Angeloid, an Epsilon-Class named Chaoswho chokes Nymph while questioning what is love. While flying Ikaros sees Tomoki with Sohara and goes to search for Nymph. Ikaros arrives to assist Nymph against Chaos. Daedalus reveals to Sugata that she is the creator of the first generation Angeloids, different from Chaos. Ikaros is manipulated by one of the hallucinations, ordering her to kill Nymph, but instead she tosses her far away from danger.
Nymph finds Astraea and tells her to help Ikaros, but the Master orders her to destroy Nymph. Just as she is about to carry out her order, Tomoki stops her and asks whether she will do the bidding of the Master or find the strength to choose her own destiny.
When the Master orders her to kill Ikaros instead, she flies to the scene, but she breaks the chains and faces Chaos to a death match. Although Chaos still has the upper hand, Ikaros arrives and fights Chaos unassisted, eventually plunging Chaos to the depths of the sea, leaving her being asked what is love. Astrea then managed to recover Ikaros with both of them pondering on what is actually love. The winner is whoever can catch the fish with the biggest "yo-yos". Tomoki transforms into Tomoko for this competition, teaming up with Sugata, while Mikako partners up with Judas.
Tomoko manages to snatch some of the girls until Sugata baits the buxom Astraea with some snacks, but Mikako steals the catch.
Sugata then brings up the "legendary fish", one whose measurements are still growing. Tomoko transforms back to Tomoki and finds the legendary fish only to be knocked out by her karate chop.
Ikaros receives a farewell letter where Tomoki proposes to her.
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Tomoki clarifies by giving Ikaros and Nymph an allowance. After hearing from friends on different gift suggestions for Tomoki, Ikaros decides to follow Sugata's advice, and buys herself a watermelon, after which Tomoki affirms she did good. On a shopping trip with Sohara, Ikaros notices a bridal magazine and asks her about Tomoki's proposal. After Tomoki recovers her, she forms a bond with him and calls him master: She also goes along with any of his perverted schemes,[ ch.
Despite all the punishment she dishes out to him, she secretly loves him,[ vol. EX-1] and has embarrassing lustful dreams about him. She is good at sports,[ ch. He is best friends with Mikako Satsukitane.
When his elder brother died from a hang-gliding accident, Eishiro takes blame and is disowned by his family. Since then he has followed his elder brother's footsteps in discovering a "New World" as a way of atoning for his misdeed.
She is a childhood friend of Sugatawhom she calls "Ei-kun", and is the daughter of an influential yakuza boss in Sorami.
Unlike Sohara and the Angeloids, she directs her romantic affections towards Sugata,[ ch. She is introduced when she finds Ikaros on an errand and attacks her[ ch. For example, she calls Ikaros "Alpha". In both cases, her wings are consequently ripped off by the Harpies, but Tomoki and friends manage to free her from her link to her master. She is often famished because she does not know how to hunt or to obtain food by her own means; in one episode, she eats Sugata's fish bait[ ch.
After spending time with Tomoki, she refuses Master's order to kill Nymph, and severs her own chain. Astraea eventually realizes that she too has fallen in love with Tomoki, after Chaos questions her on the definition of love.
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She then decides to rescue her younger sister, Chaos. She wields a super-osciliating photon blade called Chrysaor [VI]which can even penetrate Ikaros's Aegis defense system. The Angeloid of Clockwork.
The chamber connects her to her body on Earth, which functions like an avatar. Tomoki puts Hiyori through a false initiation to assess her purity. Thus far, only Sugata, Nymph, and Ikaros are aware of Hiyori's true identity. This stems from the realization that Hiyori is always kind and caring to Tomoki, while the others seem to only see his "faults". However, her time with Tomoki is ultimately cut short when a sleepy truck driver runs her over, which causes her avatar to disappear and her existence to be erased from everyone's memories except for Tomoki and the Angeloids.
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She uses a staffcalled Demeter [VII]which has the power to manipulate the weather by changing the air pressure, and thus knocking people unconscious. She is also able to counter-hack Nymph, but eventually loses when Nymph evolves into Aphrodite mode. As she has accomplished her goal of getting close to Tomoki, she leaves him with a farewell kiss,[ ch. It was first introduced in the series as a black hole above Sorami.
Nymph has a device called the Dive Game that creates a portal between Sorami and Synapse via Tomoki's dreams. In the Synapse, there is a large dome that contains numerous Angels in sleeping pods, which connects them to their real-world avatars. If the avatar in the real world is killed, the people associated with them will have their memories erased, such as the case with Hiyori.
Also in the Synapse is a large obelisk [ ch. She comes to his dreams and asks him to help save her, and later sent Ikaros to him from the sky. It appears that she greatly cares for Tomoki. Her name originates from the Greek mythological character Daedalusthe father of Icarus. Her face is obscured in all of her appearances. Ikaros, Nymph, the Harpies, and Astraea. The other Sohara was her incarnations: In addition to creating the Angeloids, she created the "Rule" obselisk that grants wishes and the cards that go with it.
Shinichiro Miki  Japanese ; Mike McFarland Sky Master  English The sadistic and ruthless ruler of Synapse, Master enjoys torturing the Angeloids he owns both physically and emotionally ; he sees them as merely his playthings which he can do as he pleases, and discard as trash. He is condescending towards humans, and refers to them as "Downers", a trait that is also shared with his Angeloids.
Because of his arrogance and belief that the Angeloids will always obey his orders, he is surprised when he witnesses one of them break their chain or go against his orders. He is usually seated at a throne with two Angeloids beside him.