After the game, Shun finds his childhood friend Ichika Akimoto and they make their way to the school gym. There they play a Maneki Neko , where students dressed as mice attempt to throw a ball into a hoop attached to the collar of a giant cat doll, while trying not to be eaten or crushed by the cat doll. The game was won with the aid of Takeru Amaya, a troubled classmate who seems to revel in the opportunity to see so many deaths, and who kills all the other survivors except Shun and Ichika after winning the game. The three of them are then put out of consciousness by the sleeping gas released by the giant cat doll.
They wake up to find themselves with other students in a room inside a giant cube hovering Tokyo, facing the next test: students all over Japan and elsewhere in the world face similar tests, and the handful of survivor are being brought inside other cubes. The next game is Kokeshi , where the students have to be blindfolded and guess which of four floating Kokeshi wooden dolls is behind them within 10 seconds after the end of a short song.
If they fail to do so, they will be hit with a red laser and the dolls will use telekinesis to destroy their bodies.
If the Kokeshi lose, they will explode and one of them releases an answer key which opens the doors and frees the students to the next level. Shun meets and saves Shoko Takase by winning the game, and they reunite with Ichika and another student, whom they save from being killed by a fifth Kokeshi by holding their hands. The four join two other students to the next level, where they have to use their keys to unlock a giant smiling head.
Amaya brings in three more keys and kills a prisoner that he brought into the room.
The seven survivors use their keys, and the giant head rolls away to dig a tunnel into the next room. Meanwhile, each player is displayed on television screens for the others to see. The next game is Shirokuma, a white bear that appears to them inside a frozen room.
The students have to all answer the white bear's questions honestly, otherwise they will be forced to single out the one that they suspect to be lying to be killed. Shoko and another friend get killed, and Shun soon realizes that it is the bear who is the liar and that its real color is black, therefore winning the game and surviving with the other four students. The final game, presented by a Matryoshka doll , is a game of kick the can that must be completed before sundown. Whoever gets the face shown or seen by the Devil, is caught and thrown into a cell.
Kicking the can in the middle will make it explode, killing nearby players. Takeru got the red stick and soon three students are caught while Shun find armor to conceal his face. Shun falls into the sea while chaining Takeru to the armor: as Takeru fights to pull the armor up to avoid being pulled down, Shun climbs back up, having freed himself from the armor.
Both race towards the can, and Shun succeeds in kicking the can first, thereby winning the game. The Matryoshka doll reveals that in fact the explosion is a lie and that none of them will be killed by losing the game. They have an popsicle party, where they learn their fates on the wooden stick, and that the intention of the last game were simply for entertainment.
Shun and Takeru live while Ichika and the other two are killed by a Matryoshka doll with lasers that disintegrated them. In general, the deists believed reason to be an innate faculty of all people. Reason, the very image of God in which all humans are created, makes possible knowledge of the will of God. By the exercise of reason, people possess the possibility of adopting a natural religion, that is, a religion grounded in the nature of the universe.
At creation, God established this rational order, but although the prime and necessary cause of this order, God had become increasingly remote. The world, nevertheless, continued to function according to the laws that God had established at creation, laws that operate without the need of divine intervention.
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And the spirit of the LORD shall rest on him, the spirit of wisdom and understanding, the spirit of counsel and might, the spirit of knowledge and of the fear of the LORD;. Get Free Bible Studies. That's the big question. Love Worth Finding Episode Reminder Get a sneak-peek into each new show plus daily featured articles, delivered straight to your inbox! But when you know the ways of God, to know Him is to love Him, to love Him is to trust Him, to trust Him is to obey Him, and to obey Him is to be blessed. Matthew When the Son of man shall come in his glory, and all the holy angels with him, then shall he sit upon the throne of his glory: his mighty angels. Love Worth Finding Unchanging truths from Scripture to apply to your changing life.
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