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|A triathlon that the third years of Touma's school participated in. It is apparently separated by sex.<ref name=IndexV9Ch2Pt5>[[Toaru Majutsu no Index Light Novel Volume 09]] Chapter 2 Part 5</ref> It occurred at 2:00pm.<ref name=Index2Ep13/>
 
|A triathlon that the third years of Touma's school participated in. It is apparently separated by sex.<ref name=IndexV9Ch2Pt5>[[Toaru Majutsu no Index Light Novel Volume 09]] Chapter 2 Part 5</ref> It occurred at 2:00pm.<ref name=Index2Ep13/>
 
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|Teams are to run towards the finish line while each of them has one ankle tied to the other. A team that loses their rope and uses powers to directly injure an opponent will result in disqualification. High-level ability restriction is still applied here. For example, Misaka Mikoto cannot use her electric powers, though any other power such as her magnetism is allowed.<ref name=RailgunCh44>[[Toaru Kagaku no Railgun Manga Chapter 044]]</ref>
 
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|Two opposing teams pull on a pole until one of them is able to successfully pull the other team towards them.<ref name=RailgunCh45>[[Toaru Kagaku no Railgun Manga Chapter 045]]</ref> It occurred at 5:00pm.<ref name=Index2Ep13/>
 
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Initial Notes

Current Header Structure (03/01/2020):

  • Background
    • Preparations
  • Rankings
  • Known Events
    • Athletic Events
    • Others
  • Chronology
    • Toaru Majutsu no Index
    • Toaru Kagaku no Railgun

Railgun Daihaseisai Arc Chapters: Daihasei Festival Arc (Railgun)

Assorted Notes:

  • Plan to rework pre-Chronology sections into Principles/Background structure.
  • Ollerus intends to focus on Known Events (text/images)

Possible Chronology Structures:

Background:

Principles:

  • Preliminary Restructure: Preparations/Rankings
  • Known Events
    • Athletic
    • Other

Current Article Notes

Daihaseisai, Current Header Structure (03/01/2020):

  • Background
    • Preparations
  • Rankings
  • Known Events
    • Athletic Events
    • Others
  • Chronology
    • Toaru Majutsu no Index
    • Toaru Kagaku no Railgun

Preliminary Header Shift (09/01/2020):

  • Principles
    • Preparations
    • Rankings
    • Known Events
      • Athletic Events
      • Others
Current Content Notes

Background:

  • Paragraph 1 (Basic Description):
    • Famous AC competition, students from schools compete in athletic events (sentence unreferenced - connect to V9Pr ref in third sentence?)
    • During week, AC packed with tourists and parents (sentence unreferenced - connect to V9Pr ref in third sentence?)
    • City-wide sports contest, broadcast worldwide, ratings comparable to World Cup[1](Note: Reference on article currently starts with a little 'i' - capitalize)
    • Due to this, inherently viable political tool for city (sentence unreferenced)
  • Paragraph 2 (Access):
    • In week, people usually prohibited from school premises, avoid outsiders seeing esper development facilities unique to AC schools[2]
    • Sports grounds, heavily guarded, prevent people stealing DNA maps for high level espers[3]
  • Paragraph 3 (Ability Usage/Rankings/Teams):
    • Participants encourage to use abilities in matches,[4] why high-class schools like Tokiwadai excel (last part of sentence unreferenced - reference after later sentence?)
    • Cases where events held in public, abilities past certain level (such as Lv5) forbidden in case of harm, example - Mikoto can't use powers even if restrained in borrowing-items race as too dangerous[5]
    • Restrictions don't apply where only school vs school[6]
    • School rank according to scores based on win/losses, highest one is champion, only top 5 AC schools truly competing for championship (sentence unreferenced - later reference?)
    • Each school, divides students into red and white team (Note: Grammatical tweak), number of wins each colored team gets - points earned added to school's score[4]
  • Paragraph 4 (Non-Sport Student Activity):
    • Large-scale sporting event, not all students bound by events at all times (Sentence unreferenced - later reference?)
    • Just follow rule of reaching area by specific time and do event, any other time is free time (Sentence unreferenced - later reference?)
    • Schools allowed to set up stores for earnings, e.g. management or home economics schools (Maika)[4]
  • Paragraph 5 (Purposes):
    • Student pamphlet states main purpose to observe large-scale interference between espers[7](Note: Sentence only has anime reference)
    • Also used to evaluate esper development program of each school and thus budget[8]

Preparations:

  • Paragraph 1 (Committee):
    • Preparations week in advance, Daihaseisai Management Committee (composed of students), doing work/preparation e.g. layout of roads for oncoming traffic,[9] refereeing competitions.[10][8]
    • Separate by levels of education, e.g. Fukiyose in High School Division[4]
    • Board of Directors can contact and order to do specific things[11]
    • Committee members not exempt from matches, arrange duties/work schedule so doesn't affect own matches[8]
  • Paragraph 2 (Training/Deployment):
    • Schools prepare in advance, train for upcoming competition. Example Tokiwadai, moreso in current year as second to Nagatenjouki, set up school-wide PE lessons for it.[12](Note: Only has anime reference for Index II Ep6)
    • Judgment/Anti-Skill (Uiharu/Yomikawa) deployed to keep peace/order & aid outsiders (Sentence unreferenced)
  • Paragraph 3 (Transport): Other than rerouting traffic flow by Committee, widespread use of automated buses in restrict conditions despite difficulty, ordinary vehicles banned,[13] taxis, delivery trucks,[14](more specific ref), ambulance & likely other emergency vehicles still allowed.[15](Check a bit further - spec wording?)

Rankings:

Athletic Events:

  • Listed Events: 10 Kilometer Race, 1800m Mixed Doubles Relay Race, Ball Tossing Contest, Balloon Hunter, Balloon Sandwich, Baseball Bat Race, Bread-Eating Race, Cavalry Battle, Ladle Match, Group Gymnastics (Note: typo on page), Obstacle Course, Relay Race, Roll the Ball, Scavenger Hunt, Triathlon, Three-Legged Race, Tug of War, Wrench Pole Competition, Treasure Hunt Game
    • Note: Bullet-point list (convert to collapsible table?)
  • Event Notes
    • 10 Kilometer Race: Just Nihongo and novel reference[18]
    • 1800m Mixed Doubles Relay Race: Just Nihongo, time (5:30pm) and anime reference[19]
    • Ball Tossing Contest (has Nihongo)
      • Competitor throw own color balls into 10 baskets on poles. (Sentence unreferenced - later reference. Ref[20])
      • Team with most of own color balls in baskets wins
      • Ability use allowed to prevent others throwing own balls into baskets (Novel/anime references[20][10])
      • Time 2:30pm (Anime ref only[19])
    • Balloon Hunter (has Nihongo)
      • Competitors wear caps with balloon of top, carry belt with bag containing balloons for contest (sentence unreferenced in current article - partially covered by later reference in paragraph. Ref[21][6])(Note: Error in current article? - bag should contain balls rather than balloons?)
      • Objective - puncture opponent's balloon using designated balls in designated time (sentence unreferenced in current article - covered by later reference in paragraph. Ref[21])(Note: Error in current article - designated 'balloons' should be designated 'balls')
      • Tossing ball toward balloon normally applied, rules flexible enough to allow competitor holding ball to puncture (sentence unreferenced in current article. Ref[6])
      • When balloon punctured, competitor removed (sentence unreferenced in current article - covered by later reference in paragraph. Ref[21])
      • Team with most players remaining after designated time wins (sentence unreferenced in current article - covered by later reference in paragraph. Ref[21])
      • Grounds vast, encompass start area and alleys/road, allow competitors to hide/take refuge (sentence unreferenced in current article - partially covered by later reference in paragraph. Ref[21][6])
      • Out of bounds such as in stores or unsigned roads - disqualification (sentence unreferenced in current article - covered by later reference in paragraph. Ref[21])
      • Homing Cameras deployed for judges to observe and make calls[21]
    • Balloon Sandwich (has Nihongo)
      • Teams given balloon to inflate before competition (sentence unreferenced in current article - covered by later reference in paragraph [22])
      • Objective - two competitors hold balloons between them without using hands and run towards finish (sentence unreferenced in current article - covered by later reference in paragraph [22])
      • Dropping balloon apparently allowed, can be picked back up.[22]
    • Baseball Bat Race (lacks Nihongo)
      • Competitors spin around on baseball bat until dizzy, try to run to finish line[23] (Note: Saten)
    • Bread-Eating Race (has Nihongo)
      • Competitors run on track (grammatical tweak), snatch up piece of breads dangling from bar and finish race with it still in mouth[24][25]
    • Cavalry Battle (has Nihongo with reference immediately afterwards[26])
      • Teams of 4, 3 members carry 4th member wearing cap during game[23]
      • Objective: Hold 4th member while attempting to remove other teams' hat (sentence unreferenced - earlier/later reference?)
      • Team eliminated when lose cap (sentence unreferenced - earlier/later reference?)
      • Scale large enough for preliminary match (sentence unreferenced - later reference?)
      • Gender separation[27]
    • Ladle Match (has Nihongo)
      • Relaxed match, balance cooking ladle on 2cm ball, run 100m with it[28]
      • Time - 4:30pm (short sentence unreferenced in current article - Anime ref only[19])
    • Group Gymnastics: Nihongo and references only[29][30] (Note: typo on page)
    • Obstacle Course: Nihongo, assumption, gender separation ([13])
    • Relay Race: Nihongo and novel reference only[31] (Relay)
    • Roll the Ball (has Nihongo)
      • Area, 25 2m balls to right/left of competitors
      • Rules, match start, competitors push balls to opposing team's line
      • Winner - team pushed more than 25 balls past opponent's line (Note: grammatical error in sentence)
      • Participants on both sides would have to touch all balls at least once, can use powers to obstruct opponent. Novel/anime reference.[24][32]
    • Scavenger Hunt (has Nihongo)
      • AKA Borrowed Item Race/Find an Item Race, player find object written on paper randomly drawn at start and come back to start (sentence unreferenced in current article. Refs[33][34][35])
      • Areas include Districts 7, 8 and 9, not allowed use of transport like buses/subway trains (sentence unreferenced in current article - covered by later reference in paragraph [5])
      • Famous for high difficulty in finding[5][32]
      • No point to those returning without item, points still rewarded when player returns with object even if finishing last[35]
    • Triathlon (has Nihongo)
      • ACHS's 3rd years participate in triathlon (sentence unreferenced in current article. Ref [36])
      • Gender separation[37]
      • Time 2:00pm (anime ref[19])
    • Three-Legged Race (has Nihongo)
      • Teams run to finish line, each has one ankle tied to other (sentence unreferenced in current article - covered by later reference in paragraph [25])
      • Lose rope or use power to directly injure - disqualification (sentence unreferenced in current article - covered by later reference in paragraph [25])
      • High-level ability restriction applied (sentence unreferenced in current article - covered by later reference in paragraph [25])
      • Example, Mikoto can't use electricity but others such as magnetism allowed[25]
    • Tug of War (has Nihongo)
      • Opposing teams pull on pole until one pulls other team towards them (manga ref[21])
      • Time 5:00pm[19]
    • Wrench Pole Competition (has Nihongo)
      • Opposing teams set up 7m poles on side of field (sentence unreferenced - later reference?)
      • Push down enemy pole while defending own (Ditto)
      • Aggressive contest, use of powers to defend (Ditto)
      • Body contact inevitable (Anime/novel reference [14][32])
    • Treasure Hunt Game (has Nihongo)
      • Find treasure (golden ball, < tennis ball), hidden in field, return to schoolyard before anyone else (sentence unreferenced in current article - covered by later reference in paragraph [38])
      • Search areas apparently extends into other districts[38]

Known Events, Others:

  • Listed Events: Opening Ceremony, Night Parade, Folk Dance, Ensemble Parade, Visitor Numbers
  • Event Notes:
    • Opening Ceremony (has Nihongo)
      • Students gather in stadium for ceremony, includes speeches from school principals carefully selected by Board[4]
      • Railgun, opening ceremony include speech by Shokuhou Misaki and Sogiita Gunha (sentence unreferenced in current article - covered by later reference in paragraph [25])
      • Latter forgets lines and improvises speech/explosions[25]
      • Ends at 10:30 AM[4]
    • Night Parade (has Nihongo)
      • Large light festival, sunset of first day (Note: Double 'the')(Sentence unreferenced - later reference?)
      • Parade with decorated cars, mobile stage processions and floats (sentence unreferenced in current article - covered by later reference in paragraph [27])
      • TV sponsors and actors also participate (Novel/Manga/Anime refs[27][3][39])(Note: Novel reference in current article lacks part)
      • Time 6:30 PM, brightness blots out starlight[40]
    • Folk Dance (has Nihongo)
      • Done at night, after 2nd day but before last, large bonfire in middle of field (sentence unreferenced in current article. Ref: [23])
      • Students can invite other school students to dance (Novel/anime refs[41][42])
      • Food stands near bonfire[23]
    • Ensemble Parade (has Nihongo)
      • Multiple schools parade to give public good impression, including brass bands (Novel/anime ref[14][32] (add part for chapter))
    • Visitor Numbers (has Nihongo)
      • Game stall attended by Kirigaoka (sentence unreferenced in current article - covered by later reference in paragraph [41])
      • Lottery participants buy card, write estimate of people attending Daihaseisai and hand over (sentence unreferenced in current article - covered by later reference in paragraph [41])
      • Number closest to actual target get largest prize[41][42](Note: Can be expanded/refined)
      • Bullet point list of prizes (The xth (Note: currently using lower case letters) prize: Prize(Ref))
      • 1st: 7 day, 5 night, 2 person trip to northern Italy [41][42](lower cases)
      • 2nd: 3 day, 2 night, 2 person trip to Shimoda City, Izu Peninsula.[42]
      • 3rd: 20,000 yen meal voucher[42]
      • 4th: NP3 Player[42]

Chronology, Index: (no references)

  • Daihaseisai takes place on Sept 19 during V9/10
  • V9Pr - bet, lead to premise of V12
  • Touma not participate much, majority on 19th chasing Oriana with Tsuchimikado/Stiyl, learn goal of Oriana/Lidvia, Himegami/Fukiyose/Tsuchimikado injured, beat Oriana though efforts futile (decoy/plot not going to work), Touma hospitalized, next day OK but misfortune during rest, win 1st prize trip to Italy on last day
  • Note: Definitely needs rewriting

Chronology, Railgun: (no references)

  • Takes place at same in Index, unlike it - extends to 2nd day
  • Though still serves as backdrop, more focus on game earlier on, Mikoto herself participating
  • Note: Needs rewriting

Unsorted Notes (Index)

OT9/OT10

OT9:

  • Pr
  • Ch1
    • Pt1
    • Pt2
    • Pt3
    • Pt4
    • Pt5
    • Pt6
    • Pt7
    • Pt8
    • Pt9
    • BTL1: Current and previous incidents (spy/stand/saliva, AI/heli, stadium/religious)
  • Ch2
    • Pt1
    • Pt2
    • Pt3
    • Pt4
    • Pt5
    • Pt6
    • Pt8
    • Pt9
  • Ch3
    • Pt1
    • Pt3
    • Pt4
    • BTL2
  • Ch4
    • Pt2
    • BTL3-3/Pt8

OT10:

  • Ch5
    • Pt2
    • Pt4
    • Pt6
    • Pt7
  • Ch6
    • Pt1
    • Pt2
    • Pt4
  • Ch7
    • Pt1
    • Pt3
    • Pt5
    • Pt6
    • Pt9
  • Ch8
    • Pt1: Ladle match, noticed absence
    • Pt9: Night parade
  • Ep: Night parade, rankings, cavalry/male/Group A - 1st in morning of 20th


Non-OT9/OT10

Daihaseisai Non-OT9/OT10 LN term quick-search:

  • Daihaseisai
    • OT7
      • Ch1-1: Maika. September 8th, mention hectic second semester, busy preparing for all festivals, many activities: Daihaseisai, Ichihanaransai, hiking, training, school excursions, Art Appreciation Day, Social Learning Day, Cleaning Day, end-of-term exams, tuition, after-class remedials
      • Ch1-2
        • Evening, balloon screen - Judgment, work hard for Daihaseisai, sports carnival, extremely large scale event - all schools participating with AC's several million students, all students espers, AC management committee excuse - 'collecting data when mutual interference between different powers' - encourage power use in festival, battles between espers expected
        • Event last one week, city open to public, TV cameras allowed, viewer ratings for esper showdowns not seen in normal sports matches high. Judgment put all effort into preparing. City hope to use few days open to public to improve image. Not forget terrorists etc, Anti-Skill deployed at several important esper development facilities, prevent such people from entering secret areas
        • KT forget, heard - dangerous, design - not just no power restraint, don't use power - friends with medical team, trepidation, exhausted in preparing, set up tent, told not needed, take down only to be told still needed
      • Ch1-4: Proceed through 5m tall, 3m thick perimeter wall, security rather lax during preparation for festival, attendance of 2.3 million people, preparations vast, many outsiders from different industries coming to city, security normally tight, situation force let guard down, with documents had - guard inspection became more relaxed
    • OT8
      • Ch2-1: School Garden not open even with festival approach
    • OT11
      • Pr
        • 7 days of Daihaseisai, all-out sporting event, magical battle - control over AC, now two days after the battle, misfortune not change, accidentally see Komoe changing clothes, knocked by Fukiyose, bitten by Index, hit by Himegami rubber ball while in wheelchair, pulled off by Mikoto for ball dance, kicked by Kuroko
        • Results of customer number, top prize - seven days five nights two people trip - N Italy, final day of festival, street linked to major road, hand-made stall of plywood and nails, stall attendant high school student from Kirigaoka, attendance venue set up by student committee, method - buy card, write estimated number of people attending festival and hand over, number closest get largest prize, rough report, later - easier chance of guessing, for people guessing same number - earlier get priority, athletic female attendant - short-sleeved sports shirt, red tights - pull envelope - meant for use in block leave after festival not meant for students, related schedules etc in envelope, problems - see travel agent, feel trap
        • Index, under sun throughout Daihaseisai, bit of heatstroke, slower tone than usual as full - downed food at class victory party during closing ceremony (accepted by class, others suspect)
        • Group tour, gather at airport in north Italy, 27th September - two days away, after Daihaseisai, workers in alert mode, continue remove equipment, student gets break during this time, force planning trip resulting in being urgent
  • OT12
    • Ch1-1
      • September 30th, only morning classes in all AC schools, because switch to winter uniforms following day, redevelop west third - 1.8 million students, clothing businesses busy for switch to winter uniforms, actual measurements and orders carried out around time of Daihaseisai, only thing left to pick up - congestion great enough for special treatment, also means of giving time to wear/break winter uniforms in
    • Ch1-5: Punishment game bet, large-scale festival begin on Sept 19th, lasting 7 days, school rank lower - penalty, esper powers allowed, Touma's class thrashed during direct confrontation on third day, several members injured during incident on 1st day (Tsuchimikado, Himegami, Fukiyose, Kamijou), school's overall ranking terrible, loss
    • Ch2-4: Underground mall damage on Sept 1st from Ellis, all repaired, construction at quick pace due to Daihaseisai soon afterwards, half reason AC open to public as propaganda to improve image, not allow parts destroyed at time - still ended up destroyed a fair bit on 1st day
    • Ch5-1: Leftover children-focused medical kits from Daihaseisai
    • SS1
      • Ch1-1: Nabe launch from Daihaseisai
      • Ch1-2: Nagatenjouki - beat Tokiwadai, this year's champions
      • Ch1-3: Index has barged into class 5 times since start of Daihaseisai, now familiar
      • Ch4-2: Misuzu encounter
    • OT14
      • Ch2-2: DSS mix of good/bad, MM begin to think of IHS, over half of 7 days string of trouble related to them
      • Ch3-1: District 23 security tighter
    • OT18
      • Ch6-5: IHS (TMS/SG) part-open to outsiders like DSS
    • OT20
      • BTL2: Large-scale sports festival, Mikoto watched Touma's school compete and know name, check attendance records
    • OT21: Interrogation - would see festival in Russia?
    • NT5
      • Ch1-4) large-scale DSS external rather than internal IHS, DSS call in normal visitors/targeted at people knowing nothing of science/esper abilities, careful to prevent careless mistakes
    • NT7
      • Ch1-6: SM referring to side-event of festival
    • NT13
      • Ch1-7 (High Priest, Observer), Ep (Mikoto distress, thinking back)

Unsorted Notes (Railgun)

Images

Index (Novels)

Index (Manga)

Index (Anime)

Railgun (Manga)

Railgun (Anime)

Other

Table Experiment

Framework

Image
Name Type Details/Notes

Athletic Events

Image Name Type Details/Notes
Template Placeholder other 10 Kilometer Race (一〇キロ走 10-Kiro hashi?) Race [18]
Template Placeholder other 1800m Mixed Doubles Relay Race (1800m男女混合リレー 1800m Danjo-kongō Rirē?) Race It occurred at 5:30pm.[19]
Toaru Majutsu no Index II E09 15m 47s Ball Tossing Contest (玉入れ Tamaire?) Competitors are to throw their color designated balls into 10 baskets up on poles. The team with the most of their colored balls in the baskets win the competition. Esper powers are allowed to be used in order to prevent other competitors from throwing their balls into baskets.[20][10] It occurred at 2:30pm.[19]
Template Placeholder other Balloon Hunter (バルーンハンタ Barūn Hanta?) Competitors wear caps with balloons on top of them as well as carry a belt with a bag containing balloons for the competition. The objective of the game is to puncture an opposing competitor's balloon using the designated balloons in a designated amount of time. Though tossing the ball toward the balloon is normally applied, the rules are flexible enough to allow a competitor to hold the ball to puncture the balloon. When a balloon is punctured, the competitor is removed from the game. The team with the most players remaining in the game after the designated time ends is declared the winner. The grounds for this competition are vast, encompassing the starting area as well as alleys and roads, allowing for competitors to hide or take refuge. However, going out of bounds such as going into stores or unsigned roads leads to disqualification. For the purpose of this game Homing Cameras are deployed, allowing for judges to observe the games and make calls.[21]
Balloon Sandwich Balloon Sandwich (風船サンド Fūsen Sando?) Race Teams are given a balloon to inflate before the competition. The objective of the game is for two competitors to hold the balloons between themselves without using their hands and then run towards the finish line. Dropping the balloon is apparently allowed and can be picked back up by the team.[22]
Baseball Bat Race Baseball Bat Race Race Competitors spin around their baseball bats until they are dizzy and try to run towards the finish line.[23]
Toaru Kagaku no Railgun T E02 05m 25s Bread-Eating Race (パン食い競争 Pankuikyōsō?) Race Competitors run on track and are to snatch up a piece of bread dangling from a bar and finish the race with the bread still in their mouth.[24][25]
Cavalry Battle Cavalry Battle (騎馬戦 Kibasen?) [26] Composed of teams of four, three members of the team is supposed to carry the fourth member wearing a cap during the game.[23] The objective of the game is to hold the fourth member while they attempt to remove the other teams' equivalent's hat. The team is likely eliminated when they lose their cap. Apparently, the scale is large enough to require a preliminary match. It is apparently separated by sex.[27]
Template Placeholder other Ladle Match (おたま競争 O Tama Kyōsō?) Race A relaxed match that involves balancing a cooking ladle on a ball with 2 centimeter diameter and running 100 meters with it.[28] It occurred at 4:30pm.
Template Placeholder other Group Gymnatics (組体操 Kumi Taisō?) [29][30]
Template Placeholder other Obstacle Course (障害物走 Shōgai-mono Hashi?) Race? Likely a race on a track with obstacle courses on it. It is apparently separated by sex.[13]
Template Placeholder other Relay Race (リレー Rirē?) Race [31]
Toaru Majutsu no Index II E08 13m 33s Roll the Ball (大玉転がし Ōdamakorogashi?) Performed in an arena, there are 25 balls two meters in diameter located to the right and left side of the competitors. The rules are that when the match starts, the competitors must push the balls towards the opposing team's line. The winner would be the team who has pushed more than 25 balls pass the opposing team's line. The participants from both sides would have to touch all the balls at least once, as such, during the event, participants could use their powers to obstruct the opponent.[24][32]
Template Placeholder other Scavenger Hunt (借り物競争 Karimono Kyōsō?) Also known as Borrowed Item Race and Find an Item Race, is a competition where a player is to find the object written on a piece of paper they have drawn at random at the start of the competition and come back with it to the starting point. The competition area includes School Districts 7, 8, and 9, in spite of this players aren't allowed to use any forms of transportation like buses or subway trains. The competition is famous for its high difficulty in finding something.[5][32] No points are rewarded to those who come back without their item, though points are still rewarded when the player returns with the specified object even if the player finishes last place.[35]
Template Placeholder other Triathlon (トライアスロン Toraiasuron?) Race A triathlon that the third years of Touma's school participated in. It is apparently separated by sex.[37] It occurred at 2:00pm.[19]
Three-Legged Race Three-Legged Race (二人三脚 Nininsankyaku?) Race Teams are to run towards the finish line while each of them has one ankle tied to the other. A team that loses their rope and uses powers to directly injure an opponent will result in disqualification. High-level ability restriction is still applied here. For example, Misaka Mikoto cannot use her electric powers, though any other power such as her magnetism is allowed.[25]
Tug-of-War Tug of War (綱引き Tsunahiki?) Two opposing teams pull on a pole until one of them is able to successfully pull the other team towards them.[21] It occurred at 5:00pm.[19]
Toaru Majutsu no Index II E08 09m 14s Wrench Pole Competition (棒倒し Bōtaoshi?) The match has opposing teams set up 7 meter long poles on their side of the field. While defending their own pole, competitors have to push down the enemy's pole. It is a very aggressive contest with the use of powers to defend against the opposing team. Moreover, body contact is inevitable.[14][32]
Template Placeholder other Treasure Hunt Game (宝探しゲーム Takarasagashi gēmu?) The competitors try to find the treasure (in the form of golden balls smaller than a tennis ball) hidden in the field and return with it to the schoolyard before anyone else. The search area apparently extends out into other districts.[38]

Others

Image Name Type Details/Notes
Toaru Kagaku no Railgun T E02 02m 14s Opening Ceremony (開会式 Kaikai-shiki?) Students gather in a football stadium while the opening ceremony commences, which includes speeches of carefully selected school principals by the Board of Directors.[4] In Toaru Kagaku no Railgun the opening ceremony included a speech by Shokuhou Misaki and Sogiita Gunha. Gunha later improvises his speech after forgetting his lines, and later uses his powers to make explosions.[25] The ceremony ends at 10:30 AM.[4]
Toaru Majutsu no Index II E13 13m 43s Night Parade (ナイトパレード Naito Parēdo?) A large light festival conducted at the sunset of the the first day of the Daihaseisai. There is of course a parade with decorated cars, mobile stage processions, and floats. Television sponsors and actors will also participate in the parade.[43][3][39] Occurring on 6:30 PM, the festival is so bright that it overpowers the light of the stars.[40]
Toaru Majutsu no Index II E14 00m 29s Folk Dance (フォークダンス Fōku Dansu?) Done at night some time after the second day of Daihaseisai but prior to its last day, a large bonfire is lighted in the middle of a field. Students can invite other students from other schools to dance with them.[41][42] Food stands are located near the bonfire.[23]
Template Placeholder other Ensemble Parade (吹奏楽部の複数校合同パレード Suisōgaku-bu no fukusū-kō Gōdō Parēdo?) Multiple schools parade on a road to give a good impression to the public, they include brass bands.[14][32]
Toaru Majutsu no Index II E14 01m 02s Visitor Numbers (来場者数ナンバーズ Raijōshasū Nanbāzu?) A game stall attended by Kirigaoka Girls' Academy. Those who join the lottery need only buy a card, write the estimated number of people that would be attending Daihaseisai and hand it over to them. Finally, the number closest to the actual target would get the largest prize.[41][42]
  • The first prize: a seven days, five nights, two person trip to northern Italy.[41][42]
  • The second prize: a three days, two nights, two person trip to Shimoda City in the Izu Peninsula.[42]
  • The third prize: 20,000 yen meal voucher[42]
  • The fourth prize: NP3 Player[42]

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  40. 40.0 40.1 Toaru Majutsu no Index Light Novel Volume 10 Chapter 8 Part 9
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  43. Toaru Majutsu no Index Light Novel Volume 10 Chapter 6

Overhaul Draft

Opening


Principles

Background

Chronology

Toaru Majutsu no Index

Daihaseisai Arc

Main article: Daihaseisai Arc

Toaru Kagaku no Railgun

Daihaseisai Arc

Main article: Daihaseisai Arc

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