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Kapitel 72
Déjà vu
General information
Volume number 12
Chapter number 72
Number of pages 14
Cover Phrase The pure soul, wavering and swaying...
Cover Character(s) Teito Klein
Anime counterpart NA
Chapter guide
Preceded by
Kapitel 71
Followed by
Kapitel 73

Kapitel 72: Déjà vu is the seventy-second chapter overall, and fifth chapter of Volume 12 of the 07 ghost manga series.

The volume was released on the 25th July 2011 in Japan. Its ISBN is 978-4-7580-5624-3.


As Teito adapts to life as a Military personnel, not being able to help feeling strange upon learning that he had been working at Hohburg Fortress for two months, he begins to experience a sense of déjà vu. He is introduced to his new workmates, and talks to Konatsu, who at first seems wary of him but then quizzes him on his exam grade and is pleased with Teito's top grade. Konatsu hopes he will lessen the burden for him as his teammates rarely try hard, and gives him his baseball bat.

Konatsu introduces Teito to his new room mate, who turns out to be none other than Shuri Oak, who reacts with outrage upon learning this. The two soldiers beg Konatsu to change their roommates, but Konatsu refuses to. Shuri becomes annoyed at Teito as he has become Ayanami's begleiter. Teito himself experiences another bout of déjà vu, a reference towards his first encounter with Hakuren Oak, but dismisses this as he believes that he has never had a roommate before Shuri.

Teito's thoughts turn to what has become of Mikage, and he goes to the information center in an attempt to find Mikage, but his attempt is met with failure. He turns desperate and hopes that Mikage will receive his messages. Meanwhile, the Military learns that Teito is the lost child of Raggs, and the holder of the Eye of Mikhail.

Characters in order of Appearance[]


  • Déjà vu, (/ˌdeɪʒɑː ˈvuː/) from French, literally "already seen", is the phenomenon of having the strong sensation that an event or experience currently being experienced has been experienced in the past, whether it has actually happened or not. [1]