So, I’m wondering if it’s time we put the Student Council Successors Arc to rest. Both the Flask Plan Arc and the Minus 13 Arc were just over thirty chapters each. Following that pattern, the Student Council Successors Arc probably ended with Medaka turning her back on Zenkichi at the end of the Treasure Hunt. Plot wise, this also marks Ajimu putting her real plan into action. Seeing as how the idea of training the next generation seems to have been put on the backburner in favor of the buildup to Medaka and Zenkichi’s battle, I’m personally of the opinion that the business involving Zenkichi and the Flask Plan should be separated into its own arc apart from the Student Council Successors Arc. Any comments?
--Whistle9 17:37, November 28, 2011 (UTC)
I agree. Succession is no longer the plot here, what will the new arc be called? Main Character's Succession Arc? Main Character Battle Royale Arc,Zenkichi vs. Medaka Arc, Team Naked Apron Arc?
Hard to say. There doesn’t seem to be much general consensus from the fan base about what this arc should be called. Personally, I’m leaning towards something like the Flask Plan Revival Arc (since that’s exactly what Ajimu is doing) or the Main Character Battle Arc (as that seems to be what the plot is currently leading up to).
--Whistle9 03:09, November 29, 2011 (UTC)
According to the Japanese wikipedia, the Suggestion Box, Swim Meet, and Enforcers arc all together comprise the Student Council Executive Arc (生徒会執行 編, Seitokai Shikkou Hen) [executive as in the student council executing their duties, or being put into action, I think] comprising chapters 1-21.
The Flask Plan Arc is the Thirteen Party Arc (十三組の十三人 編, Sātein Pāti Hen), comprising chapters 22-55.
The Student Council Battle Arc is the Kumagawa Incident Arc (球磨川事件 編, Kumagawa Jiken Hen), comprising chapters 56-92.
Everything else is right.