While Jahy’s attempt to buy weapons to face off the Magical Girl is a flop, she forges ahead. Of course, the Magical Girl appears in front of Kokoro. The Magical Girl probably stole Kokoro’s heart.
Believe it or not, I am having flashbacks of that moment when Shamiko meets Momo the first time when she stops a runaway truck. This time, it’s Kokoro as she crosses a crosswalk without looking both ways. It comes as no surprise as she is rushing to the mark to meet Jahy.
Of course, when she saw the Magical Girl stop the truck, she becomes amazed at her. Did she steal her heart already? When she meets Jahy, she eventually tells her about the Magical Girl that saved her. It’s obvious that Jahy becomes terrified as she feels that the Magical Girl might have stolen Kokoro’s heart.
As expected, Jahy tries to win her back. She transforms into her adult form, which Kokoro seems to love. Afterwards, Kokoro wants Jahy to show her strength and magic use. Of course, Jahy struggled, but somehow manages to pull it off. Yep, it was enough to amaze Kokoro. Obviously, this takes a toll on her as Jahy used up all her mana energy thanks to her pride. This means that she loses a whole work of pay.
In the second half, it seems that Jahy feels unsatisfied with her life in the human world as she works at her job. Everything is not going right since the Magical Girl snatched her mana crystal. Also, Jahy feels that her time in the human world Is causing her to lose her status of second-in-command. After all, she feels that the Owner is controlling every aspect of her while she is working.
The Owner eventually notices this when Jahy didn’t return after a while. She eventually notices something is wrong with Jahy as she blames her for getting used to the human world. Of course, the Owner mentions that Jahy having fun working and the customers like her smile. As expected, Jahy doesn’t except this fact and brushes it off as a necessity.
The next day, it seems that Jahy trails the Magical Girl. Yes, the Magical Girl suffers many misfortunes, including being rained on and her umbrella turning inside out. It’s obvious that Jahy is looking for a vulnerable moment to take her out and retrieve the mana crystal. We do find out her last name is Jingu. Eventually, a bulletin board falls on her and she ends up in the nurse’s office.
At Jingu’s most vulnerable, Jahy tried to carry her attack by smashing a flower vase on her head. Of course, Jingu is awake. She reveals the reason she is collecting those mana crystals. It’s her duty to collect them from people who find them to stop misfortune. Instead, she bares the burden. This is problematic for Jahy since Jingu plans to destroy them once she collects them all and enjoys the suffering. Of course, she doesn’t realize that Jahy is seeking them out too.
As expected, Jingu disappears when a distress call appeared. When Jahy tried to leave the school, I find it funny how female students become fascinated in how cute Jahy is. Still, Jingu of course poses a big problem for Jahy. If she ends up collecting all those mana crystals and destroy them, Jahy won’t ever be able to reconstruct the demon realm. Somehow, she needs to find a way to stop her. I guess she will eventually find a way.