This episode was aired on September 19, 2019.
In the world of Tempest, Tari, Theo, Masa Shimamoto and Lamar Williams begin training Tari in the mountain area where the competition is scheduled to take place. After a primer on the nature of finding spellbooks and using magic attacks, Tari gets a first-hand demonstration on the nature of the glitch she needs to perform, the "Deep Mountain Clip", requiring her to hit the floor at 55 km/h at an angle of 36 degrees.
After logging back in, Tari learns that pulling off the glitch requires jumping from the mountain top and using the wind spell to gain speed on the way down. Half a dozen attempts later, though, she finds herself no closer to success.
In a flashback, Belle Fontiere is attempting to pull off the latest Ultra Jump Mania glitch when she's visited by Lucinia. Lucinia convinces Belle to take a breather before snapping back to the present, where Belle muses on what the connection between Project Blue, Tari and Lucinia's death are. Lucks' search proving fruitless, he suggests Belle to find Tari for some answers while he muses over some company documents.
At MD-5's HQ, Tari is close to snapping from the pressure. Theo and Masa give her a little encouragement, prompting Tari to give a final shot and finally pulling off the glitch. Reinvigorated, Masa points out now they need to train Tari and Theo on the game's combat.
- Wendy Thomas (Poster)
This episode, like the rest of season one, is named after a video game term. In this case it is named after a cheat code to phase through walls and floors.
|"I have absolutely no idea what's going on."|
|"President Toad has ordered to replace the castle with a grand casino with "dancing old people???" is what he said"
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