Tokyo Revengers Season 2 Episode 3: Stand Alone

By Sonu | Jan 26, 2023 | 6 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

The anime “Tokyo Revengers” is based on a manga series of the same name written and illustrated by Ken Wakui. The anime adaptation was produced by the animation studio Liden Films and directed by Takeshi Furuta. The series was written by Tatsuya Takahashi and features character designs by Kenichi Ohnuki and music composed by Takurō Iga. The anime premiered on April 11, 2021 and is currently being broadcast on various streaming platforms. The story follows Takemichi Hanagaki, a 27-year-old man who finds himself transported back in time to his high school days, where he becomes determined to save his best friend and his girlfriend from being killed by a powerful gang. Tokyo Revengers Season 2 Episode 3: Stand Alone

Overview of Tokyo Revengers S2 E3, When Takemichi and Hinata come to visit Hakkai

To kill Takemichi, Taiju commands Hakkai. Taiju is unconcerned about Hakkai’s explanation that Takemichi was unaware that this was Black Dragon territory. Taiju hits Yuzuha and tells her it’s also her fault for not parenting him properly as she attempts to intervene. Takemichi can hardly stand up straight, but he tells Taiju that his sister is also one of the reasons he shouldn’t strike women. It’s a family issue, says Taiju, so he shouldn’t get involved. He then orders Hakkai to keep an eye on him as he takes care of Takemichi’s situation and begins thrashing him. Takemichi nevertheless moves in front of Hinata and absorbs the blows in an effort to defend her even if Hinata is trying to stop Taiju. Taiju responds that when Hakkai asks him to stop, Following that, Hakkai declares he will leave Toman and join Black Dragon. After grinning and leaving Takemichi with the agreement, Taiju.

Takemichi later awakens while being held by Hakkai. Hakkai tells Takemichi that he already made up his mind to leave Toman and thanks him for sticking up for his sister as he expresses his regret for having to do so. When Takemichi recalls his conversation with Kazutora about how Hakkai killed Black Dragon’s leader, Hakkai tells him that there is something he needs to do at Black Dragon. At home, Takemichi muses over what to do to prevent Hakkai from killing Taiju after realising that, if things go on as they are, they will lead to the future he already knows. Then, when they are playing cards in his room, Takemichi notices his buddies, who are perplexed as to why he is murmuring. When he inquires as to their purpose, they reply that they have come to check on their captain. 

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Takemichi is taken aback that they have joined Toman, but Chifuyu reveals that Takemichi invited them. His friends speculate that a conflict with Black Dragon may be imminent because they broke the cease-fire and attacked one of Toman’s commanders. Chifuyu reveals that Taiju is the reason why the tenth generation of Black Dragon, the dominant gang in the Kanto region, is the most vicious and psychotic in history. Black Dragon was responsible for Toman’s creation. As a result of Kazutora’s residence on their territory and subsequent problems with them, his friends organised the Tokyo Manji Gang to protect him. They faced the Black Dragon, and because Toman defeated them, they instantly gained notoriety. 

Black Dragon’s 9th generation had been destroyed by Toman, but its current 10th generation contains entirely new members. When Black Dragon were crushed by Toman, Taiju was able to bring them back to life and transform them into something completely different. He altered their attire and gave them military-style training. They required cash in order to replace the uniforms. Due to his connections with the wealthy, Taiju trades his muscles for cash. Takemichi asserts that since this is between him and Black Dragon and he intends to resolve it alone, there is no need for a fight between Toman and Black Dragon.

Takemichi is taken somewhere else by Chifuyu because he wants to speak with him alone. Takemichi surmises that Chifuyu wants to reassure him that he is not alone, but Chifuyu insists that all he wants is for them to enjoy themselves. He informs him that Keisuke didn’t ask him to look after Toman so that he would be stressed out and enraged at the moment. Takemichi resolves to tell Chifuyu that he is from the future after realising he is not alone. He divulges every detail, including why he chose to team up with Toman to save Hinata, what happened to Manjiro and Tetta, and what will happen to Chifuyu in the future. Chifuyu claims he kind of knew it, but he didn’t anticipate that he was from the future. He reveals every detail, including why he chose to team up with Toman to save Hinata, what happened to Manjiro and Tetta, and what will happen to Chifuyu in the future. Chifuyu claims he kind of knew it, but he didn’t anticipate that he was from the future. Takemichi has a lot of unusual characteristics, and occasionally he seems like a whole different person. 

Takemichi advised Keisuke not to pass away before the battle with Valhalla. Even though he couldn’t hear it very well, he is confident that Takemichi said that, which proves that he was aware that Keisuke would perish and the reason for his extreme desperation. Takemichi affirms, although he claims he was powerless to stop Keisuke. Chifuyu is pleased by Takemichi’s ability to fight without assistance. Takemichi finds it hard to understand that Chifuyu is placing her trust in him, but Chifuyu insists that it is only normal because they are partners, leading Takemichi to break down in tears.

The two go out and buy some food. Chifuyu wants to murder Tetta because he is angry that he will kill him in the future, but it is not currently possible. With 100 men, Tetta is the Third Division’s captain. Ex-Valhalla members make up the Sixth Division as well, but they have just recently taken control of the First Division. Chifuyu expresses excitement and promises to support Takemichi through the entire process of becoming the best First Division.

The toman chiefs assemble. Ken says that the leader of Black Dragon defeated Takemichi. This is a declaration of war because Taiju was aware of who Takemichi was. The leaders are prepared to fight, but Takashi warns that because these Black Dragons are a new generation, it won’t be as simple as it once was. While Hakkai is aware that Black Dragon’s territory is unknown to Takemichi, he questions why he took Nahoya there. And he never once caught the two of them even chatting. If Hakkai is a spy for Black Dragon, Yasuhiro wonders. Yasuhiro orders Takemichi to stop talking when he tries to speak. Takemichi thinks back to his last night’s chat with Chifuyu, who predicts that Hakkai would leave Toman at this meeting. In order to stop the future Takemichi saw, he must stop Hakkai from leaving Toman. 

Hakkai falls to his knees and declares that he is ready for any penalty because being Taiju’s brother has always come with its share of repercussions. Then Hakkai approaches Manjiro to request authorization to depart Tokyo Manji Gang. Manjiro enquires about any objections. No one speaks at first, but Takemichi later declares that he is objecting. Takemichi cites Chifuyu’s Plan A, saying that if Manjiro doesn’t concur, everything is decided. Chifuyu claims that Manjiro’s weakness is thinking, so Takemichi asks Manjiro to have a Dorayaki while they discuss it. 

But Manjiro simply tosses the Dorayaki aside and chastises Takemichi for making jokes. When Takemichi thinks back to Plan B—notes he need to read—he recognises that Chifuyu was a fool and that he won’t be able to stop Hakkai. Manjiro decides to defer to Takashi’s judgement because it pertains to the Second Division. Takashi is informed by Hakkai that he made up his mind. Takashi admonishes him to stop acting dejected and says he sympathises but won’t tolerate it.

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