Reigen recieved a phone call at his office, the Spirits and Such Consultation Office. The client asked him to find out what the black shadow that kept destroying his fields actually was. Meanwhile, back at Salt Middle School, Kamuro announces that he's going to resign from the position of student council president. Elections to decide a new studnet council president are going to be held and Mezato convinces Mob to run as a candidate, but...
Because of the lack of clients visiting or calling his office, Reigen decides to take his business on the road. They go to Cuticle City where there seems to be various urban legend sightings. They immediately get a request to deal with something called the Dragger. With the help of a local psychic they happened to meet named Shinra Banshomaru they go to take care of the Dragger as well as the other urban legends that plague the city.
Reigen sets up an official homepage for his Spirits and Such Consultation Office and he immediately starts to get jobs left and right, including a middle-aged man asking Reigen to curse someone and a woman who's being haunted by a ghost. As he was listening to their problems, Mob realizes something. Why do people treat humans and spirits so differently? Meanwhile, Reigen gets another request from a group of college students that want to take a photo at a haunted location, but...
Reigen and Mob receive a new job. This time, their client is a wealthy man named Asagiri Masashi. He's not just rich, but super rich, so Reigen and Mob head to his mansion only to find other self-proclaimed psychics there as well. One of the psychics there happens to include the president of the Rising Sun Spiritual Union, Jodo Kirin. The job is apparently to exorcise the evil spirit that is apparently possessing his daughter, Minori.
Mob gets trapped inside a parallel world created by Mogami Keiji. Minori ends up transferring to his class, and Mob becomes the target of bullying. He can't ask anyone for help, and his negative emotions start to build inside. The truth behind the tragedy that Mogami went through when he was alive comes to light. Meanwhile, Reigen and the others were waiting for Mob to regain consciousness back at the Asagiri mansion. Dimple attempts to save Mob by infiltrating Minori's body.
After hanging out with the Body Improvement Club and Telepathy Club more, Mob starts to feel joy like he'd never felt before. One day while he's having fun with them, he gets a call from Reigen, spoiling his fun. Mob asks Reigen to stop summoning him so suddenly, and Reigen just handles the situation in his usual overbearing manner. And because of something very minor, a gap forms between them. Reigen is forced to go on jobs without Mob, forcing him to reexamine himself.
After splitting up with Mob, Reigen starts doing a lot of the jobs on his own. He then gets an offer to appear on a TV program. Reigen is ecstatic and accepts the offer, but this was all a trap set by Jodo Kirin, the president of the Rising Sun Spiritual Union. Jodo corners him during the live filming of the show and the fact that Reigen is a fraud comes to light. Reigen gets bashed from all sides and ends up having to hold a press conference...
The day for the annual marathon and Salt Middle School was drawing nearer. Mob proclaims that if he places in the top 10 he'll tell Tsubomi how he feels about her. Everyone around him cheers Mob on and he starts training hard every day until the day of the event. Meanwhile, Tsubomi and her friend Miki go to Reigen's Spirits and Such Consultation Office with a request. Ritsu happened to be at the office, helping out in Mob's absence, but he hears Tsubomi say something rather surprising.
While The Claw makes their schemes public, Reigen forms a defense team.
The boss of the Claw, Suzuki Toichiro barricades himself into Seasoning City Culture Tower after declaring war on the world. After instantly getting rid of the police barriers, they make their next move. Meanwhile, back at the hideout, Reigen and the others were making their move, as well. The former members of the 7th Division and the Awakening Lab head to the tower under Reigen's instruction. Sho and Ritsu also make their move to stop Suzuki's plans.
Sho finally arrived at Seasoning Cultural Tower and was greeted by Shimazaki, one of the Ultimate 5. Ritsu faces off with Shimazaki and urges Sho to go ahead. However, Shimazaki is able to teleport and he gets ahead of him. Meanwhile, Mob has woken up and is heading to the tower and is also approached by one of the Ultimate 5, Minegishi. Mob has a difficult time dealing with Minegishi, who controls plants, but then someone rather unexpected comes to his aid.
Three years ago, Serizawa was troubled with about his psychic powers. One day, he was visited by the boss, Suzuki Toichiro. Serizawa ends up trusting him since he's the first person to understand what he's going through. But Mob then brings up the fact that Serizawa is being used and tells him, "I'll be your friend." Hearing Mob say that, Serizawa... Meanwhile, after defeating Sho, the boss starts gathering up the energy he was sharing with his followers and turns into an energy monster.
The Cultural Tower floats above Seasoning City. The final battle between Mob and Suzuki was about to begin. Mob is almost overwhelmed by the fact that he's able to completely release his powers, but then, he sees his younger brother, Ritsu. Mob regains his composure and he faces off with Suzuki, but Suzuki's power is too great. Mob finally gives up on trying to talk things out and puts everything he has into this battle. Who will be the victor?