The Crystal Order
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First Founded: 1987
Second Leader: Al Mualim
Third Headquarters: Unknown location in Japan
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The Crystal Order, a worldwide terrorist organization, is the main antagonist group in High School Days. Made up of many diverse members from around the world, the Crystal Order aims to aid the S-types, and to establish a new world order to end all wars and corruption that exist in Earth.

History (Pre High School Days)Edit

In 1987, after Al Mualim spared the life of the S-type Astral, the two formed an alliance that would eventually become the Crystal Order. The Crystal Order would continue growing with no slowing down, recruiting memebers throughout the world, and continuing with their attacks. One of their infamous attacks included the 1988 bombing of the Japanese embassy in Beirut, Lebanon.

The deadliest attack from the Crystal Order happened on September 11, 2001, in which the group bombed four airplanes at the Tokyo Narita International Airport. The attack led to the death of almost 3,000 civilians, and injuring more than 6,000. In the aftermath, the governments of the world and other planets stood by Japan, and pledged support for the nation. Japan itself vowed a deadly retaliation, invading Afghanistan, a known stronghold of the Crystal Order, in the process.

In 2006, a group of Crystal Order members led by Charles Lee attacked a group that consisted of Achilles, Ziio, Axel, John Smith, Eraqus, and Alastar Moody, who have found a key that could be used to trap S-types in their crystalline forms. While the Crystal Order wasn't able to acquire the key, they were able to permanently injure most of the group, as well as kill Ziio in the process.

About a year prior to the events of High School Days, the Crystal Order infiltrated a secret JIA facility in Antarctica where Mewtwo was genetically engineered. After all the JIA individuals in the facility were killed by Charles Lee, Haytham Kenway, and Al Mualim, Mewtwo was "freed," and was offered to join the organization to fight back against the Japanese government, who he was made to believe created him to solely be a weapon.

High School DaysEdit


  • Al Mualim (leader)
  • Haytham Kenway (2nd-in-command)
  • Rassilon (3rd-in-command)
  • Darth Maul
  • Discord
  • Kazari
  • Siegfried
  • John Lumic
  • Aldrich Killian
  • Vanitas
  • Saïx
  • Xaldin
  • Charles Lee
  • Gray Mann
  • Metal Sonic 3.0
  • Albert Simon
  • Shuten Doji
  • Mewtwo
  • Queen Chrysalis
  • Jadeite
  • Rubeus
  • Davy Jones
  • Laureano de Torres y Ayala
  • Xehanort
  • Yzma
  • Romulus Thread
  • Turbo
  • Cassidy
  • Butch
  • Attila
  • Hun
  • Shan-Yu
  • Shay Patrick Cormac
  • Elise de la Serre
  • Alan
  • Brock Rumlow
  • Alexander Pierce
  • Prince Demande


  • The inspiration for the Crystal Order came from a fictional company in the Assassin's Creed series called Abstergo, whose logo is also used in High School Days to represent the Crystal Order.
  • Also, Al Mualim and Haytham Kenway, the two top ranking individuals in the Crystal Order, were members of an order in the Assassin's Creed series that eventually formed Abstergo.