The girls of St. Mihailov's Academy nurse a strange boy back to health and become embroiled in a strange series of events, learning about soma and its role in vitality! Tomo tries to get some much needed rest and sleep off her troublesome fever. Meanwhile, Ayana displays her true colors! The Magnesium Qwaser's wrath is child's play compared to Mafuyu's rage! Later, Mafuyu discovers that housing Sasha is easier said than done!
The relationship between a Qwaser and his Maria, the woman who provides him with the sustaining soma that he needs to fuel his elemental powers, is already a strange and twisted one, but as the battle for the High Circuit escalates to a insane crescendo, a completely unexpected question arises: Can exposure to beings with superpowers actually be contagious? The answer could prove deadly as Miyuri goes through a most unexpected transformation! Meanwhile, Mafuyu finds herself even more conflicted over her relationship with Sasha as he slowly recovers from his strange amnesia, while Elizabeth fears having to choose between Shin'ichiro and her friends. As new waves of adepts attack, the milk of human kindness alone won't be enough to nip tragedy in the bud, and the survival of each pairing may ultimately depend upon the courage within each maiden's breast!
The series is notable for its violence, fan service , and the use of vital energy coming from women's breasts referred to as Soma as a central plot device. A episode anime television series was produced with the same title as the manga series and broadcast in Japan on Biglobe in Mihailov Academy, where they have endured persecution and isolation from other students led by the daughter of the current dean Miyuri Tsujidou and her second-in-command Hana Katsuragi. Mafuyu and Tomo's lives take a drastic turn when they nurse the silver-haired Russian-born Alexander "Sasha" Nikolaevich Hell back to health upon encountering him unconscious one day during their home commute. Almost immediately, Sasha begins to repay Mafuyu and Tomo's kindness as he repels their tormentors; however, this does not change Sasha's background as a throw-away Qwaser from the Adepts, and that the Adepts have no qualms about making an absolute war zone of the Academy in order to acquire the Theotokos of Tsarytsin from Athos, who wishes to keep the icon's existence a secret from the world.