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ConPSItructing an Unusual Past (Middle Part)
Chapter 248
Chapter
Volume Volume 23
Chapter 248
Kanji 非日常な過去をΨ工せよ(中編)
Romaji Hinichijō na Kako o Saikuseyo
Release Date June 19, 2017
Issue Weekly Shōnen Jump No. 29, 2017
Episode Season 2 Episode 23
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ConPSItructing an Unusual Past (Middle Part) is the 248th chapter of The Disastrous Life of Saiki K. (Saiki Kusuo no Psi-nan) published on the 19th of June 2017.

Characters

Abilities Used

  • Telepathy
  • Precognition
  • Telekinesis
  • Memory Alteration
  • Time Leap
  • Transformation

Short Summary

The continuation of seeing Kusuo's past with Touma, as well as finding out he is trying to change the past

Long Summary

A young Touma is trying hard to become a young Kusuo's friend. He asks him if he has done the art project for class, and finds out he did a robot out of recyclables. Kusuo is happy and Touma is about to show him his project, only for it to get thrown to the grown and stepped on by Takashi. Takashi punches Touma after he call him by a nickname he hates.

Kusuo ignores this altercation, since Touma suspects him as a physic and using his powers around him would make him find out. He tried his best to ignore it but he was too immature at the time to go through it as he felt Touma was a good friend to him. He goes through several incidents where Touma is bullied by Takashi: stealing and throwing away his shoes, writing cruel names about him in the chalk board, but one became the last straw.

Kusuo was walking home and hears Touma is being bullied. He runs back to school to help him, only to see he is knocked unconscious. He was deeply angered and a big incident happen, although he does not remember what clearly happened. He wiped the memory of the boys who bullied Touma to the moment he walked into the room and made Touma not remember the incident with the pull up bar. The boys wake up and assumed Touma did the mess while Touma does not understand why he is so close to Kusuo. Chaos goes on about the incident and nobody decided to bully Touma anymore. During the chaos, Kusuo decided to transfer schools since he could bring back memories of the incident and someone will pin point it on him.

A young Kusuo then talks to the older teenage female version of himself, asking him what is he talking about and how does he know this stuff about Touma, physics and who is he. Teenage Kusuo tries to run away and young Kusuo figures out quickly that he is his older self.

Kusuo is forced back to the present, a disadvantage of his time leap power. While travelling into the past, there can not be two of the same person, so to avoid that he uses his transformation power. However his younger self can figure out who he really is with his telepathy and with that he has to go back to the present. He also has to worry about the butterfly effect, as one little change can effect the future, with this he can change it to a future he wants. He then briefly wonders who is the person in his room.

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