A Certain Scientific Railgun Lottery Features Summer Art of Academy City’s Level 5s

Japanese retailer eeo has announced they are hosting a new kuji (lottery) game highlighting the third season of the A Certain Scientific Railgun anime adaption, A Certain Scientific Railgun T.

Six of the seven Level 5s of Academy City in Summer attire are the collective primary focus: Accelerator, Kakine Teitoku, Misaka Mikoto, Mugino Shizuri, Shokuhou Misaki, and Sogiita Gunha. Each ticket costs ¥770, and further details have been translated by our team’s Ryuji:


  • Prize A: B2 Tapestry
  • Prize B: Acrylic Board (3 kinds)
  • Prize C: Acrylic Figure Stand (3 kinds)
  • Prize D: Acrylic Keyholder (6 kinds)
  • Prize E: Pin Badges (12 kinds)
  • Bonus: For every 10 tickets you purchase, you can get a random postcard
  • W Chance Ticket: If you draw this ticket, you’ll receive a special prize depending on the period:

Period 1 (June 1 to June 9): Acrylic Keyholder Complete Set
Period 2 (June 10 to June 18): Acrylic Figure Plate Complete Set

Note: The kind of prize you get in B to E is completely random and can’t be chosen.

Images highlighting each tier of prize are viewable via our gallery below:

Despite being a spinoff of the franchise’s origin point and still ongoing light novel series, A Certain Magical IndexA Certain Scientific Railgun is immeasurably more popular. Its anime adaption blew up, and its three seasons have been met with generally favorable acclaim, unlike Index and Accelerator.

This series follows Mikoto Misaka, the third-ranked Level 5 Esper of Academy City, alongside her close friends, Shirai Kuroko, Saten Ruiko, and Uiharu Kazari. The group finds themselves dealing with several issues plaguing the world’s Science side, as its title suggests.

Chronologically speaking, the first season of Railgun occurs before the first season of Index, leading to intriguing encounters with that entry’s primary protagonist, Touma Kamijou, if one is aware of what particular plight his character faces.

The second season of Railgun runs roughly parallel to Index’s first season, with a certain arc even being told from two differing perspectives. Lastly, the third and most recent season, Railgun T, takes place somewhat parallel to Index’s second season, also depicting an Index arc from a new side.

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