Kakegurui Twin Season 1 Ends, Explained: End-Credits Scene Meaning?

‘Kakegurui Twin’ is a Netflix anime series based on the manga series of the same name by writer Homura Kawamoto and illustrator Kei Saiki, the spin-off and prequel to ‘Kakegurui – Compulsive Gambler’. The Netflix ONA revolves around the early days of Mary Saotome, one of the main characters in the original series, at Hyakkaou Private Academy, where the elites of Japanese society are educated and the hierarchy is determined by gambling prowess. With the help of fellow students Tsuzura Hanatemari and Yukimi Togakushi, Mary sets up a new gambling den in the Literary Club. She soon catches the attention of some of the powerful members of the Student Council, including the dreaded 105e chairman, Kirari Momobami. Here’s everything you need to know about the ending of ‘Kakegurui Twin’ Season 1. SPOILERS AHEAD.

Kakegurui Twin Season 1 Recap

Both the manga and anime renditions of ‘Kakegurui Twin’ are set a year before the events of Kakegurui – Compulsive Gambler.” In Episode 1, titled ‘A Girl Named Mary Saotome’, Mary arrives in Hyakkaou as a transfer student. The prestigious school will soon be 121 . to celebratest foundation year. Hyakkaou is where Japan’s future leaders are created. Unlike most of her peers, Mary does not come from a wealthy family and enrolled at Hyakkaou on a scholarship. The first friend she makes at school is Tsuzura, whom she has known since elementary school. Shortly after her arrival, Mary holds her first betting match against Kokoro Aiura, the top gambler in Mary’s class. Although Mary loses her first game and is in debt of 200,000 yen, Tsuzura lends her the same amount, and Mary gambles again and wins this time.

As in the original series, the student council, under Kirari Momobami, rules Hyakkaou with an iron fist. The ranking of students is determined by their contribution to the Student Council. The donations support the complex gambling system in the school. After class, students bet against each other in different gambling dens. The winners receive money, perks and privileges, while the losers accumulate debt. Students can get rid of debt by donating to the Student Council. If they can’t, they fall to the bottom of the rankings and become pets, forced to follow all the instructions of the rest of the students. The male pets are known as Fido while the female ones are known as Mitten.

Tsuzura is such a mitten. When Mary declares that she will free the other girl from her Mitten status, Tsuzura becomes enamored and begins to consider Mary her prince. Relying on her superb gambling and deductive skills, Mary secures the Literary Club as her gambling den after winning over her president, Yukimi Togakushi, who becomes her boyfriend. In doing so, she attracts the attention of the Student Council. Two of its members, the sadistic Sachiko Juraku and the deceitful Aoi Mibuomi, take a special interest in Mary. While the former wants Mary as her pet, the latter wants to use the protagonist to take down Kirari Momobami.

In the Season 1 finale titled “A Resisting Girl,” Mary takes the admission test for Full-Bloom, the organization that aims to take down the student council and end their policies at the latest. Aoi is the head of Full-Bloom and invites Mary to join the organization, but she has yet to prove her worth. Meanwhile, Mary has not yet decided whose side she will take in the conflict between Student Council and Full-Bloom. This test gives her the chance to take a closer look at one. Her opponent in the test – which turns out to be a treasure hunt organized by Sachiko – is Sakura Miharutaki, then chairman of the Beautification Council, Full-Bloom’s co-lead, and Aoi’s fiancée.

Kakegurui Twin Season 1 Ends: Will Mary Free Tsuzura From Her Want Status?

When Season 1 ends, Tsuzura is still a mitten. Both the prequel and ‘Kakegurui – Compulsive Gambler’ have not yet been completed. So we have no official confirmation of whether Mary is helping Tsuzura lose her Mitten status. As things stand in the manga now, Tsuzura is still a mitten. Tsuzura, along with several other characters in the prequel, has not yet appeared in the original series, and we have little knowledge of what happened to her.

When we first meet Mary in the original series, she is ruthless, cruel and sadistic, completely different from how she is in ‘Kakegurui Twin’, although she begins to change for the better as the series progresses. It’s possible that the shift in Mary’s personality stems from Tsuzura’s fate. In the original manga, we see Mary with a floral hairpin. It is revealed that it originally belonged to Tsuzura. Mary is often seen holding the hairpin. Given the immense hatred Mary has for Kirari in the original manga, we can assume that the Student Council president has something to do with Tsuzura’s absence.

Will Mary join Full-Bloom?

No, Mary will not join Full-Bloom. She wins the quest against Sakura and earns a position in the leadership of the group. However, when Sakura tries to convince her to join Full-Bloom, Aoi declares that Sakura has no right to say such a thing. Losing her gambling test against Mary, Aoi kicks her out of Full-Bloom. Meanwhile, he reveals that despite his friendly and charming demeanor, Aoi is no better than other members of the student council. When Sakura asks if he’s also ending the engagement, Aoi dismisses the idea. However, he does this not because of his feelings for Sakura, but because he knows that the union of their powerful families will be immensely beneficial to him. Mary sees the entire exchange and refuses to join Full-Bloom, which surprises Aoi.

What is the meaning of the end credits scene?

In the credits we see Aoi and Sachiko speaking. Sachiko asks if Aoi will give up on Mary now that she has refused him. Aoi rejects the idea, claiming that he is obsessed with Mary. He explains that he needs Mary to join Full-Bloom no matter what she wants. And if she doesn’t, Aoi declares that he will crush her. This perfectly forms a potential season 2. Like Tsuzura, Aoi and Sachiko are also absent from ‘Kakegurui – Compulsive Gambler’. While we don’t yet know exactly what happened to them, the fact that Kirari and Mary are still at the academy and she isn’t makes it abundantly clear that they’ve lost the gamble.

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One Punch Man Manga Read Online: One-Punch Man is a Japanese superhero series created by the creator ONE. It is a story about Saitama, a super-hero who is able to take on anyone with just one punch, but is looking for an appropriate opponent after becoming frustrated by the lack of competition due to his incredible ability. ONE developed the original webcomic version at the beginning of 2009.

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A manga-anime adaption of the manga produced by Madhouse it was shown throughout Japan from October until December 2015. The second season, created by J.C.Staff and J.C.Staff, began airing from April until July 2019. This anime show is licensed to North America by Viz Media and premiered on the United States on Adult Swim's Toonami block of programming in July, 2016. The second season debuted in October of 2019.

In June 2012, the original webcomic was able to surpass 7.9 millions hits. By April 2020 the manga's remake had sold more than thirty million copies.

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