In every scenario, she must flee while the surrounding girls are slaughtered in various ways.
Mitsuko wonders if there is nothing she can do to escape destiny, but Sur suggests that fate can be tricked by simply doing something one would never normally do, thus changing the outcome. Aki and Mitsuko's homeroom teacher begins class, but suddenly brandishes a machine gun and opens fire, killing all the girls except Mitsuko.
Before she can fire another round, Sur and Taeko burst in, grab Mitsuko, and the three hide.
Another homeroom teacher, who has just killed her own entire class, finds and kills Taeko and Sur.
Mitsuko and the remaining girls flee the grounds, running for their lives as they are gunned down.
One of the girls recognizes Mitsuko and pleads for her to do something and think about why this is happening.
The remaining girls are then sliced apart by a gust of wind.Mitsuko continues to run, and then finds herself in increasingly surreal situations where her identity and appearance change: first, as a bride named Keiko on her wedding day, who is forced to marry a grotesque groom with a boar's head while her guests (all girls from the previous school) jeer at her, then later as a student named Izumi in the middle of a marathon, flanked by her friends and well wishers (again, made up of the girls from the school and wedding ceremony).In each scenario, she is supported by a version of her friend Aki, who either readies her for combat or distracts her attackers, made up of the groom and the two homeroom teachers from before.A quiet high school girl named Mitsuko survives a gust of wind which slices through her school bus, bisecting everyone on board.She manages to escape the gust of wind, which chases her and kills all the other girls she comes into contact with.Dazed, and surrounded by numerous dead high school girls, she cleans herself off and changes into another schoolgirl's uniform and stumbles onto a different high school campus.