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Those Who Cast Stones
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Episode Information
Kanji 石を擲つ人々
Rōmaji Ishi o Nageutsu Hitobito
Air date November 13, 2014
Opening Enigmatic Feeling
Ending Fallen
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Those Who Cast Stones is the sixth episode of Psycho-Pass 2.

Synopsis

Public Safety Bureau#Analysts|Analyst Shion Karanomori determines that the drones are being remotely controlled by unaware citizens playing a video game ("Hungry Chicken"), which Inspector Akane Tsunemori believes to be connected to Kirito Kamui's messages. While Karanomori works to prevent the game from being spread any further, Tsunemori realizes there is someone with a Dominator targeting Enforcers that stray from their Inspectors, learning that Kamui's true mission is to retrieve Dominators. Tsunemori decides to pursue whoever is wielding the Dominators, managing to take out most of the drones by exploiting their weaknesses. When the game hacks into police drones instead, Karanomori and Sho Hinakawa use a program to hack into the game's cloud server and show all of the players what they were really doing, despite Mika Shimotsuki's objections that it would raise everyone's crime coefficient. Tsunemori soon confronts Kamui, who escapes with Mizue Shisui when Tsunemori prevents Sakuya Togane from using a traditional gun against him.

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Trivia

  • At the beginning of the episode, Togane says that he has only three Destroy Decomposer shots left, but he has already fired on a drone to cover Tsunemori. This leads one to assume that a Dominator can fire a maximum of four Decomposer shots.
  • In this episode, Kamui retrieved five Dominators.
  • After the destruction of the most of the drones, Tsunemori retrieved an assault rifle from a destroyed drone (despite Nobuchika Ginoza's opinion).
  • The name of the ship on which Kamui flees is, "What Color?"
  • Enforcer Tetsuya Hyodo is paralyzed by Kamui.
  • Tsunemori's Crime Coefficient is originally read at 26.1, and later at 28.
  • Kaede Hasuike's Crime Coefficient is read at 322.4.
  • Kaname Shinjo's Crime Coefficient is read at 311.
  • Daiki Yamashita, the Japanese voice actor for Moe Suzuki, also provides the voice for one of the students shown playing "Hungry Chicken."
  • Yoshiki Nakajima, the Japanese voice actor for one of the minor characters, also voices minor characters in episodes 4, 5, and 10.

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