For whatever reason, Toma Kamijo's Imagine Breaker ability is not considered an esper power, so according to Academy City's ranking system he's a level 0 esper with no known abilities. It's also not seen as a magic ability so he's not considered to be on the other side of the technology/magic divide. The true nature of the power hasn't been revealed. Its ...
Level 0s have undergone the Power Curriculum Program, so even if someone ranked at Level 0 doesn't happen to exhibit any observable powers, their brains have still been fundamentally rewired. All espers, including Level 0s, are unable to use magic without suffering severe backlash damage because of incompatibility issues.
But it's not necessarily the case ...
So, Accelerator's ability requires a ton of calculation and mental power in order to function. Seeing as how Accelerator himself possesses extremely high intellect, he was able to perform these calculations by himself no problem.
However, once he got shot, his frontal lobe was greatly damaged. He lost many of his motor skills, including the ability to walk. ...
I would assume that he would have no trouble deflecting the initial blast because it's just a straightforward shockwave (no dark matter shenanigans here). But there's more to worry about than just the initial shockwave.
During Accelerator's fight with Touma after he sets off the dust explosion, he actually does contemplate on such a scenario. He notices ...
While they where clones of a level 5 esper, the experiment was a failure due to the clones being fairly weak:
The abilities of the Sisters were less than 1% as powerfufl as those of the original Railgun.
On average they were merely Level 2, and even the strongest ones never developed beyond Level 3.
(Railgun S, episode 3)
If they could have cloned ...
The list of manga series page on the Toaru wikia may be helpful. Going strictly by chronological order by date of first publication, the manga order would be:
Railgun (Feb 2007)
Index (Apr 2007)
Endymion (Feb 2013)
Index-san (Sep 2013)
Accelerator (Dec 2013)
Heavy (Feb 2015)
Idol-sama (Oct 2015)
Astral Buddy (Apr 2017)
Virtual-On (Dec 2017)
All the Toaru ...
Because Tree Diagram showed it was actually impossible to clone a Level 5 "Railgun" which was the original plan
Before mass production of the clones could begin, the simulation that the Tree Diagram produced showed that it was impossible to create a level 5 clone of Mikoto despite genetic manipulation and use of the Testament. It showed that the clones' ...
if I remember correctly the electric powers allowed the clones to form "the misaka network", so they can learn from the previous battles and get stronger over time.
ref: clip from To aru Kagaku no Railgun S
The Accelerator anime covers the Necromancer Arc, which (in-universe) starts in early September and ends sometime before September 14.
The Railgun T anime covers the Daihaisei Festival Arc (Railgun version), which (in-universe) starts on September 19 and ends on September 20. It might also cover the Dream Ranker Arc after that, which (in-universe) starts on ...
If you are wondering about the episode order:
The broadcasted Accelerator S1 arc happens after Index S1, episode 17 and Railgun S, episode 24.
Which means the Accelerator S1 happens before Index S1, episode 18 and Index S2, episode 1, and Index S1 episodes 19-24, and Index S2, episodes 2-5.
Index S2, episodes 2-5, happens before A Certain Magical and ...
Seeing as Capacity Down functions off of sound waves the answer actually depends.
If Accelerator is aware of it or is for any other reason reflecting sound waves away from him then no, it won't have any effect. If however he is taken by surprise and is not reflecting sound waves then it would work. He would hear it and it would prevent him from using his ...