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"…Haiji-kun-! I-… I don’t really know what happened, but… but-… You actually… saved me, didn’t you? Thank you. You said might’ve said that you don’t understand emotions like devotion, but I don’t think that’s true!" — Nurse, Case 3
Eureka (エウレカ, Eureka) (Greek: εύρηκα, heúrēka; Literally meaning: "I have found") is a term given to a series of supernatural items that each of these items contains explicit knowledge of the human world. These particular items are considered to be beings close to that of a sentient as they are able to choose their own users, people who is known as the Chosen One (選ばれた人間, Eraba Reta Ningen).
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On a plane flying to France, Chitose Toriiooji reads that they'll be heading to a plateau where a mysterious mist covered a great area, creating a labyrinth. In a screen, Mira explains to her and Heidi that investigate it will be their first mission as White Joker, alongside a certain "Steel Woman". Then, she and Alan Blackman contact the White Joker's headquarters to be congratulated by getting the Thalesian Amber, and inform a certain person that Heidi is still a human.
Arriving in their destination, Heidi and Chitose meet Vivian Blanchard, a proudly member of White Joker, that easily gets irritated because of Heidi's behavior. Despite this, they advance on their mission, arriving at the home of an old woman called "Witch" by the townspeople, the main suspect of the cause of the Mist. There they meet her grandson Nils Lees, a depressive young man, that is also brought by Heidi to investigate the mist.