Here’s the next tidbit of story from here
We’re on number four already, man! The countdown will soon come to an end. I wonder what will happen when it hits zero?
A video with the name of “X-Day Countdown” showing the Roman numeral “4” and a coin was uploaded to the internet.
“This world doesn’t need me. Have you ever thought something like that?
“I shouldn’t have been born. My existence is meaningless. I have no future.
“Who do you think created a world like this? Who do you think is really the one whom this world doesn’t need?
“We, Adonis, will bring judgement down on those who cause these feelings of despair.”
X-Day Countdown IV”
On the same day the video was uploaded, Ken Hachisuka, who was living alone, was found dead in his apartment. The body was discovered by his girlfriend.
He was thought to have hanged himself, but according to the police investigation, it turned out it was a murder made to look like suicide.
Though no Roman numerals or coins have been discovered on the scene, the police think there’s a high likelihood this murder is connected with the X-Day incidents and are proceeding as such.
Soon after, it was discovered that a man had visited the victim’s apartment on the day of the murder.
The man’s name was Yuuki Sunamori. 10 years ago he was attending to the same free school* as the victim and they knew each other. Since his fingerprints matched those found on the scene, the police have detained him as a suspect.
Sunamori said: “I have been chosen.” He also had one of the Adonis coins with him. According to the results of an analysis, the coin was identical to those found on the scenes of the previous X-Day incidents.
For the time being, the police have concluded that Sunamori is the culprit and have stopped the investigation.
*In case you don’t know what a “free school” is (like I didn’t), it seems to be a special type of school for kids who, for whatever, reason can’t or won’t go to school (it can be due to bullying, mental or developmental disorders, etc.) It’s meant to be a place that respects the student’s individuality above all else. I imagine it’s an equivalent of something like a Sudbury School in the US.