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Saitama gives his keys to Genos

A story about Genos when he meets Don Pacino, a wanted C-Class criminal, and his family in a warehouse along with a man who is being held captive by the gang. Don Pacino takes Saitama’s keys and asks Genos to reveal information about the man and in return he would give the keys back. Genos readily accepted the offer and tells him how important the keys were, he talks about the conversation between him and Saitama in a communal bath, discussing about the various sounds that would be fitting while taking a hot bath. After the conversation Saitama tells Genos to go home, he gives his room keys and warns him not to lose it. Genos waited for Saitama, while going home Saitama noticed a food store and decided to cook hot pot for dinner. He needed some ingredients so he took out leaflets and saw that there is sales for high quality chicken thighs in a supermarket. Genos suggested that if they split they could take the ingredients before the sale was over.

Genos defeats Don Pacino and saves the man

Genos headed to the two nearest supermarkets, until he spotted a monster and decided to eliminate the threat, and by the time he reached the supermarket, the sale was already over. Upon hearing Genos’ story, Don was annoyed and demanded Genos to tell him what business he had with the man who is the Typhoon’s No. 2 Family member. Genos continues his story, telling them how he met them. After failing to reach the first sale on time, he went to a second shop and to his surprise, it was closed. Genos encountered a passerby and asked him as to why the shop was closed. The man replied that Don Pacino forced all the shops to close after he ransacked their place. When the man coughed and fell down Genos held him and the keys slipped out of Genos’ hand. Don Pacino entered the scene and took them to their place. After hearing Genos’ story, Don realizes that Genos was a passerby and has no connection with the Typhoon family member, so he takes out his guns. He and his gang begin shooting Genos with a barrage of bullets. Genos, unharmed, responds by using his incinerate move, leaving them alive and freedsthe man. After reaching home, Genos tells Saitama about the incident of losing his keys and why he couldn’t get the chicken. Saitama, without hesitation, calmly replied that he had spare keys. They cooked dinner with meat that Genos bought as an alternative.

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Child Emperor, Zombieman, Superalloy Darkshine, and Metal Bat are dispatched to a forlorn, snowy mountain to hunt down a monster. They fail to find anything, so they check into a lodge for the night. There they meet Saitama and Genos, who also got stuck on the mountain and had to check-in, and Flashy Flash, who is trying to relax on a vacation.

Speed-o’-Sound Sonic has also been training on the same mountain, and decides to hunt Saitama once he realizes he is there too. However, he stays outside in the blizzard for too long and freezes, losing his balance and crashing through one of the lodge windows. The heroes tie him up, but Sonic still plans to kill Saitama anyways.

Sonic easily escapes the rope and tries to attack Saitama from under the floorboards, but is stopped by Genos, and their encounter destroys the room. The dust irritates Saitama’s nose, and he accidentally sneezes with enough force to blow open every door and window in the lodge. The power goes out, followed by an explosion that rocks the lodge.

The heroes grab a flashlight and head to the den, where they find the room destroyed and Zombieman unconscious. Child Emperor can’t locate any other heat signatures, so he deduces that the culprit must be in the lodge. After recovering, Zombieman tells what little he knows, and Sonic enters the room to prove his innocence. The group finds that they all have good alibis, completely forgetting about Flashy Flash upstairs. They assume the monster must be responsible, but after the Hero Association tells them it is just called Crazy Brown Bear, they decide it can’t be it either.

Once Child Emperor sees Saitama sneeze again, he deduces the following: the abundance of heaters in the lodge dried out the interior, Genos and Sonic’s fight kicked up flammable dust, Saitama’s sneeze pushed the dust into the den, all the electricity being used caused a breaker to trip, and Zombieman’s lighter caused the dust to detonate. The group is relieved by the conclusion.

Suddenly, Crazy Brown Bear crashes through the front door — however, he is quickly defeated by the abundance of S-Class heroes. Upstairs, Flashy Flash continues to use all the lodge’s power at once.

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