The thing about Railgun is that I can’t not enjoy it. It manipulates me like Margaery Tyrell, pulling dirty tricks like opening with a shot of loli BiriBiri. What am I supposed to do against such power?
For the impatient among us, I’ll start by telling you that episode two is just a setup episode. We are introduced to the idea that Mikoto has some clones. We know how that story turns out, though.
The opening scene is just the setup to something grander, though. Meanwhile, we need to go do some side quests!
Obviously, someone is hatching a sinister plan by hiding cash cards all over the city. This involves Saten-san for some reason. She’s good on her knees.
And thus concludes the worst episode summary I’ve ever written.