Mythical Detective Loki Ragnarok
Mayura, in search of a missing haunted doll, enlists Loki of the Enjaku Detective Agency in hope of help. At the end of the case, Mayura's fascination with Loki and his agency leads her to hire herself onto the staff.
Mayura finds that her mystery club has fallen a little short for recruiting, so she concocts a tour of the school's mysteries in an attempt to gain more members. Our unfortunate Loki finds himself dragged along, but amuses himself by disproving all the so-called "mysteries" that Mayura shows him. All but one, that is... And what's the secret behind the school's new transfer student Narugami?
In this episode, the Enjanku Detective Agency takes on a case of angry birds. Upon going to the zoo to investigate, they are greeted by a hawk, that gives Loki a clue to who is behind the birds' erratic behavior. That night, the bird's keeper is brainwashed into kidnapping Mayura in order to lure Loki out into opening. Who is this mysterious person?!
Both Mayura and her father are having a hard time dealing with the loss of Mayura's mother and her inability to accept death. Loki “persuades” Papa to let Mayura continue work by giving him an exhibition. After Mayura completely wrecks Loki's attempts, he sends both Mayura and her father into their memories. In it, Mayura (young) goes out in search of her mother, while accompanied by the astral projection of Papa (old), where he gains new insight to her struggle to find her lost mother.
The incidents of stealing from a thief named Frey is all over the news. Loki is not interested, but hearing about the ring of Brisings catches his eye and sets off for the crime scene.
A mysterious young girl named Reiya shows up on Loki's doorstep asking for help. She claims that, at night, the furniture has been moving on its own and she's been hearing footsteps. However, upon speaking to the head butler, we learn that no such happenings have occurred. Is this girl's story fabricated?
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