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Alone (ひとり, Hitori ?) is the ENTER 7 published in the Weekly Shōnen Champion of the Akita Shoten publishing house , being the chapter 62 of the manga of Mahou Shoujo Site written and illustrated by Kentaro Sato.
The police inform the detective Kichiro, about the corpse of a first-year high school girl named Hitomiko Yonekawa, who died after her head exploded due to a type of explosive. Kichiro mentions that the wound is quite strange to be produced by an explosive, one of his assistants asks him what he is referring to and he says that it is his job to investigate what really happened.
On the other hand Kayo goes on a bus on the way to the hospital, thinking about the talk with his father, and about the identity of A, his father mentioned that maybe it was something that the boy babbled at random or maybe he misinterpreted the words, he does not have many memories after completing the revenge of his daughter; he tells her not to get involved in something strange, he does not want his only daughter who is in danger, she replies that he will be fine and before he leaves, he mentions that soon he will be transferred to the detention center in Tokyo where he will surely When they hear this, Kayo becomes depressed, after thinking about it, he arrives at his stop and gets off the bus to continue on his way to the hospital to visit his mother, when he sees her she asks if she does not stay alone, if she does not leave her alone, she does not want that to happen, shortly after she leaves the hospital.
During her way home, Sakura writes to Kayo, to tell her that tomorrow they will look for other magical girls at 10 o'clock in the morning and after closing the conversation Kayo observes on the screen of her cell phone that there is someone behind her, an explosion happens very close to her that sends her to fly, does she ask who it is ?, but the person will only give her 5 seconds to choose between suicide or die at her hands, and starts immediately the countdown.