Week #10 – Summer Anime 2016

Week number ten has arrived with this Summer anime season. What’s in store this week?!

As always I’m live reacting (though typing it out to be posted later) to each episode I watch and going over what happens in each episode with the occasional quip and joke here and there. So for those trying to avoid spoilers, this entire article is full of them!

Nejimaki Seirei Senki: Tenkyou no Alderamin (Ep.1)

Alderamin on the Sky (Ep.10)

SYNOPSIS

Oh dear, looks like Ikta and that Sinack girl (Nanaku appears to be her name) knew each other when they were kids. Even worse, it was meant to be some adult escapade, but since they’re kids, they just share a bed. Back in the present back with her seeing the fire in the village, she somehow can’t take out four soldiers alone even though she just gave Yatori a run for her money and the show pulls the potential rape card before Ikta and company show up and put a stop to things. He punches the one guard and points a crossbow at the other two, having Yatori free Nana. The war appears to be over, pretty much all the Sinack warriors are dead, but Ikta knows it’s not over, that there’s the “Kala Karm”, those hooded figures that killed the big man, apparently from Kioka. He notes that the Sinack were using guerrilla warfare tactics, something they should not have known. Suddenly an Aldera force show up and tell the commander that they violated a ton of laws in the region. Freaking out, they send Ikta’s team to chase them down and stop them, but there’s a ton of them, invading on behalf of God. Oh dear, it’s time for a holy war. Ikta puts it together that Kioka convinced the Sinack to start a war and in turn cause Aldera to also get involved, weakening the Empire even further for a full Kioka invasion later on. So planning to delay the Aldera long enough to have the main force retreat, Ikta approaches Nana to try and convince her to have the Sinack help them. Nana’s not taking this nicely, but Ikta does apologize for the slaughtering of civilians but not the casualties of battle. So to apologize, Ikta’s willing to cut off a finger, something the Sinack do to apologize, reminding that was a story she told him when they were kids. So Nana realizes who Ikta is now and is in shock by this revelation. He has three favours to ask of her, one, to accept his apology, two, to is to have the remaining Sinack who can fight help them repel the Aldera force and cuts his finger further to make it worth while in the eyes of the Sinack. He also guarantees them a safe place to live after it’s all over. Finally the third favour, is just so he can keep calling her Nana. So they’ll have an additional 800 men for the battle. The captain promotes Ikta and Yatori as first lieutenants, but Matthew, Haroma and Torway are made second lieutenants. He also tells Matthew and Haroma their units will be retreating and not repelling the Aldera. Matthew however takes this badly, upset that Ikta’s selfishly sacrificing himself while sending others back, Haroma agreeing and they both demand to fight with them. Ikta’s plan is to burn the forest down that the Aldera will have to pass through and it appears to work for the time being, giving them a little more time to plan. But the Aldera immediately start burning their end of the forest so it spreads faster and gives them less time before it all burns down. And now Ikta has a rival, while he’s the lazy one, this Kioka officer, Jean, never sleeps. 

THE GOOD

  • Ikta finally has a rival

THE BAD

  • Potential rape and/or sexual assault, not cool

Episode Score: 4/5

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Amanchu! (Ep.1)

Amanchu! (Ep.10)

SYNOPSIS

Apparently on weekends, Ai is lazy as fuck. So when the girls suddenly show up at her place, she’s slow to wake up as she forces herself out of bed to hang out with them. They go shopping so Futaba can get her first logbook, as her pool course starts the next week. They each end up getting one of the same series but with a different colour, so they’re all linked together. Then the get stopped at the swimsuit store. Oh dear. Ai knows she’ll drop a ton of money, so she tries to stop herself, but Hikari pushes them all in. After getting jealous of Ai’s big boobs, they all manage to buy a swimsuit for themselves and that’s their shopping trip. Futaba notes to herself that there’s something she has to tell Hikari, but is afraid to do so. What could possibly be happening? But before they leave for the bus, Hikari suggests they go to the ocean and swim at her grandmother’s diving place. They have a blast but her grandmother notices something very wrong with Futaba and talks with her, noting she hasn’t brought her phone out during all that. Futaba’s bothered by how after all that’s happened, there’s really nothing she can think of to do in order to repay Hikari. But her grandmother notes that there’s no reason for her to think she owes her anything. Finally later on, she opens up to Hikari and says what she was worried about saying to her…that she’s worried that even if she passes the course and gets her license, she’s not going to be able to be her diving buddy and keep Hikari safe, like she’ll do for her. Hikari calms her down and tells her that’s it okay to be a little lost and they’ll overcome it together. She passes her test and now it’ll be time for her ocean training. 

THE GOOD

  • Ai has the best style of all the girls outside of school, by a fucking landslide!
  • And then she also wins the swimsuit contest, again by a landslide
  • It’s nice to see Futaba actually saying things instead of being a shy introvert all episode

THE BAD

  • Futaba’s choice for a swimsuit may have been the worst I’ve ever seen, it’s basically looks like a sundress

Episode Score: 4/5

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Handa-Kun (Ep.1)

Handa-Kun (Ep.10)

SYNOPSIS

We’re getting a little Yukio this week, spending time with him as a normal guy when suddenly there’s a love letter on his desk. Akane thinks it’s a trap but Junichi after seeing the name on the letter notes that she’s as average as it gets, so it’s a perfect match for Yukio. Everyone however is looking at him, so he thinks they’re all jealous and envious of him. But then when he meets the girl, she simply tells him to leave the Handa Force, because he’s too average. He’s crushed by this and runs off. He meets Handa-kun along the way and gives him a pressed flower card that he had that originally read “how you feel” on it, but after smudging, it somehow turned into “you fool”, so Handa-kun still thinks he’s being bullied all the time. Moving on, we’re now watching the Bishoujo Club as Junichi is eliminating them due to the fact the school doesn’t want to spend funds on a club that is a personal taste. Though he suggests they make a manga with Handa-kun in it, the club refuses to make a manga with a male main character. However when they come up with the idea to genderswap Handa-kun to turn him into a Bishoujo, they go for it. So in order to get the best character, one character tries to interview him by seducing him with a figure (not kidding) and it backfires in the usual way where Handa-kun accidentally makes them turn over a new leaf. The three members fight each other over what Handa-chan should be before the Chief’s drawing of the morally good Handa-chan blows them away. However they throw the copies on top of the recycled paper and it gets thrown out by Handa-kun, without knowing. Seeing what happened, Handa-kun saves the day and gets the copies back before they’re driven away. But when he sees one of the more perverse ones that were drawn, he’s at a loss for…anything.

THE GOOD

  • There’s real truth to this, a Handa-kun manga would sell like crazy at the school

THE BAD

  • This episode pretty much offered no good jokes this week, at least for me

Episode Score: 2.5/5


Kono Bijutsubu ni wa Mondai ga Aru! (Ep.1)

Kono Bijutsubu ni wa Mondai ga Aru! (Ep.10)

SYNOPSIS

For some reason Mizuki and Subaru are being praised for some volunteering or something? Am I forgetting something that happened? Anyways, Mizuki’s preparing for the next competition but when she arrives, the club room is filled with boxes. Apparently Subaru couldn’t find a certain colour and pulled everything out. During the commotion between the two, Sayaka from the Newspaper Club stops by to talk with the two because of the event that they were singled out for. Then another teacher approaches Mizuki and tells her that she should run for student council…for some reason. She clearly is troubled by it and Subaru just tells her to say no, but she just keeps avoiding the subject and runs away from the teacher whenever he tries to talk to her. Then when she’s called to the office, she can’t avoid it now and slowly makes her way over. She arrives to find out the idiot already put in her application for her. Uh…isn’t that illegal? But Subaru comes by suddenly and instead of confronting the teacher he gives Mizuki shit for not doing any work on her competition piece, though it’s meant to get her out of running. Though in the end, it’s also because he can’t find another colour of paint again. In the second sketch, Colette and Subaru are arguing over manga when Yumeko enters and is beyond pissed. Turns out, both of them did horrendously on the last exam. So she has them taking a new exam later and they better do better or else. Mizuki offers to help him study at her place and Colette and the President join them, because Mizuki would pass out the moment she remembered the two of them were alone together. Subaru appears to have some brains while Colette is just a dumbass. When he needs to take a nap, since the couch is taken by the President, Subaru actually ends up sleeping in her bed for a little bit. Even crazier, she actually appears to use the moment to kiss him, but instead actually draw something on his face. Colette is aware of what’s going on, so when it’s time to wake him up, Mizuki makes Colette wake him up after she knows she’s being teased. But of course, Colette actually passed out as well next to him which not only pisses Mizuki off because they both slept but super jealous too. The two of them passed with flying colours this time but are exhausted. In the short third sketch, Kaori is furious about Maria “stealing” Subaru from Mizuki. So she decides to start tailing Maria. She fails miserably and trips and hurts herself and Maria treats the small cut perhaps a little too much, aka full leg bandaging. So when Maria’s super nice to Kaori, she doesn’t know how to react, believing this girl was a nuisance at best. So the next day, she’s now completely turned her opinions around. 

THE GOOD

  • Regardless of his reasoning, Subaru helping out Mizuki brings them closer to what’ll hopefully be at least an admission of each other’s feelings, though given the show it’s likely he’ll be a dunce cap till the very end
  • I actually thought Mizuki actually went for a kiss and I was super shocked and happy about it

THE BAD

  • The first sketch this week was all over the fucking place
  • The third sketch was absolutely pointless and dumb

Episode Score: 3.5/5

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Momokuri (Ep.19 & 20)

SYNOPSIS

Shinya admits that while he’s proud of his parents for working as hard as they do, he’s really sad that he doesn’t get to spend any time with him, and it seems to be a major part of why he might not be seeing the creepiness of Yuki’s stalker demeanor, because she’s the first person in a long time to devote her full attention to him. At school, we see he’s been stuck with the role of competing in a costume contest for the Culture Festival, so naturally the girls are having fun with the idea of taking a cute boy and dressing him up. Not only that, but Rio’s the female participant in the class, so naturally she’s given the cool role while he’s the cute one. Alone with Yuki, he remembers Rio’s words about her trying to keep distance between them and tests it out and it’s true, but naturally he finds a way to think it’s something else. He also wonders about her ability to get jealous and can’t seem to get her to bite, which frustrates him a bit. On the day of the costume contest, Yuki got access to a camera to take pictures of her own class, but now has a way to take pictures of him in better clarity as well. Sure enough, they come out and Shinya is beyond cuter than Rio and Yuki loses it. Out of nowhere, Shinya snaps at all the thoughts of Rio’s words to him and leaves the stage and grabs Yuki and leads her away. He confronts her and asks why she’s never mad when other girls are interested in him and why she can’t be just a little jealous. She tries to respond after realizing that he really likes her (don’t know why that wasn’t obvious to her…), but he stops her to finally officially confess to her. Once again, Yuki goes beyond nervous now as the person she stalks is actually fulfilling all her inner dreams. Then she just blurts out how she’s been collecting his things and other perverted things. Oh dear.

THE GOOD

  • Shinya finally grew a pair!
  • The show looks like it’s finally about to have some conflict

THE BAD

  • Rio looked dumb in her outfit, like really dumb

Episode Score: 4/5

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Fukigen na Mononokean (Ep.1)

The Morose Mononokean (Ep.10)

SYNOPSIS

It turns out Yahiko grew way too big and is now stuck, Itsuki noting that usually yokai grow when distresses, but Yahiko claims there’s nothing wrong with him. They trace it to a batch of potatoes and after another smell, Yahiko smells a yokai’s scent from the dirt in the potatoes. The three of them go to her family’s farm to check out the grounds and it’s foul as hell, at least to Hanae and Itsuki, who senses a yokai in the fields. Fuzzy gets in the mud and grows as well, confirming that something’s there. Sure enough in the field, there’s that scarecrow we saw at the end of the last episode. He calls himself Nobou and he’s cheerful as fuck, not having talked to anyone in a long time apparently. Nobou says some mud formed in the ground and since then he gets more and more depressed and is trapped in the ground. When the boys try to get him out, another yokai seems to be around, making it impossible for them all to leave. Itsuki thinking Nobou’s the source however, tries his best to exorcise him but during this, Nobou reveals that his friend, another scarecrow who was “killed” in a grass fire is keeping him in the field. However, Itsuki believes that Nobou is doing this all himself to keep himself in this world so he doesn’t have to confront his friend after watching him burn and not trying to save him. He refuses to exorcise Nobou until he can free himself from his own “world” formed from the smoke. Overcoming his loss, Nobou does manage to leave on his own. With everything back to normal, Itsuki can finally send him to the Underworld.  

THE GOOD

  • Giant Fuzzy, good memories from Episode 1
  • Nobou was actually a very interesting character

THE BAD

  • It’s a shame with the interesting character of Nobou that this episode was just so boring to watch

Episode Score: 3/5

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New Game! (Ep.1)

New Game! (Ep.10)

SYNOPSIS

Nearly sleeping past her stop, Aoba almost starts off her day in terrible fashion. She notes that while she loves her job, it sucks having to work overtime on the weekends. Kou surprises her from behind and they all buy donuts for everyone…except upon arrival, they find Hifumi who also did the same. Aoba also learns that the part-timers don’t work weekends because they’d get paid more with overtime, which makes her realize being a full-time contracted employee means her wages are fixed, unlike the part-timers. Aoba grabs a box of donuts to bring to Umiko, while she texts Nene about them and makes her super jealous. Hifumi also falls victim to Umiko’s adoration, being as adorable as she is, so Aoba may have an airsoft partner one day. Upon returning, both Hajime and Yun also bought donuts and then Rin and Shizuku do as well. Holy hell I want all these donuts. Yun’s worst nightmare just occured. Back on weekdays, we see Nene and Umiko interact for the first time and it’s basically Nene talking about Aoba after a minor spat about Aoba overworking and Umiko enjoying the company. Aoba meanwhile is struggling, a mixture of stress and sleep deprivation starting to get to her. Aoba and Kou talk about each other’s relationships with Nene and Rin respectively, how their respective friend gives them hell for their work schedules. Umiko convinces Nene to say something to Aoba but she’s gone on an errand. And then while running in the hall, she trips right in front of Aoba in the most graceful way. They both apologize for what they said to each other and make up. She also demands Aoba give her the first autograph when she releases her first game. After the credits, Hifumi sneak a present on Aoba’s desk and then Kou suddenly runs off after getting a text. Rin spies on her and it’s her Mom calling her for a Mommy call. Awww, Kou’s not all grown up yet!

THE GOOD

  • Again, great attention to detail with the coding, the structure on Umiko’s screen looks very sound and professional
  • I WANT THOSE FUCKING KITTY DONUTS!!!
  • Hifumi was on Best Girl setting this week

THE BAD

  • Even though they’re supposed to be best friends, at times I cannot stand Aoba and Nene together

Episode Score: 4/5 

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Qualidea Code (Ep.1)

Qualidea Code (Ep.9) 

SYNOPSIS

Kasumi is still definitely seeing something and he’s starting to figure out what’s wrong, feeling his malfunctioning barcode. He tells Asuha not to trust any of the officers, now that one of them tried to kill him. A side note, there’s no way Canaria, Hotaru and Maihime are dead now, not with them still in this new intro and the world being “fake”. Either that or specifically with Canaria, something was set up, while Hotaru and Maihime learned the truth. Kasumi is now leaving to do something himself and specifically tells Asuha not to follow and play dumb, knowing they’ll mess with her if they think there’s anything wrong with her too. He also tells her to try and work with either Aoi or Ichiya, so she’s at least around someone that the officers deem on their side. Kasumi goes to an open abandoned area and finds an office with working computers and starts looking around for any information that can help him figure out what’s going on. He finds a hidden wall with tons of books containing mentioning of a “mana plant”. Uh-oh, are humans being “killed” to become energy sources? Meanwhile, Asuha approaches Ichiya and he refuses her right away before she has to run off to help with another attack. Ichiya actually shows up to help though, but he says it’s a one-time-only thing. In the battle as well, when Kasumi takes his first new look at the Unknown (while we don’t know what he sees) he asks if they really are the enemy before telling the others to leave and he’ll deal with it himself. An officer tries to stop Ichiya from fighting and he’s killed by a sniper and Ichiya knows it was Kasumi. They have a fight of their own but that lady Unknown helps Kasumi and he protects her now. That Unknown goes after Asuha and another one destroys her bar code and now she sees what he’s been seeing. Still fighting, the two are now having a manly fist fight. The lady Unknown arrives again and picks up Canaria’s hat that Ichiya dropped. Kasumi starts humming Canaria’s song, saying he’s never heard the song until now and notes the Unknown before them is actually Canaria or at the very least the manifestation of her. Ichiya looks at this Unknown and she embraces him, signalling that it has to be Canaria and she breaks his bar code and sure enough, there she is. The Unknown to those who can’t see them, they’ve been fighting and killing other humans the entire time. We finally see the real world, like if the city was in fact ruins for centuries, growth all over the building, a red sky, all that creepy jazz.

THE GOOD

  • I love the new show intro, a lot more rough
  • I’m so glad I hung in there with this show now

THE BAD

  • It annoys me that this show had to make the show almost infuriating to watch for a few weeks before finally tipping its hand

Episode Score: 4.5/5 

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Shokugeki no Souma: Ni no Sara (Ep.1)

Shokugeki no Souma: Ni no Sara (Ep.10)

SYNOPSIS

It seems Satoshi knows someone in the Elite Ten with him wanting Soma to lose to Subaru and directed him to challenge Soma to a Shoukgeki and humiliate him, though he notes that he’s probably not the only one in the school, maybe the majority wanted Soma gone because of what he represents, a commoner amongst the elitists. Back to the match, Soma has seconds ready, this time with a white soup to add into it. This time, the Director goes bare-chested right away. Back with Satoshi, he also notes that even though Soma nearly beat Akira at his own game, beat Alice who’s related to Erina and beat the unbeatable Subaru, they still don’t think he’s capable of anything. Why is that? Because they can’t acknowledge his effort as it would undermine their own. Now it’s finally time for the winner to be decided, I’m willing to bet it’s still not Soma, he needs to lose this as a way to get him to improve even more. Sure enough, because his dish isn’t all that original, he loses to Akira due to the fact that his style is yet recognizable alone, while Soma’s is not original at all in comparison. He’s cooking like his father, likely a product of Soma trying to beat his father as his own cooking for years, developing a similar style. It’s a bit of a dumb way to decide that, but whatever works. Jun with bubble tears, congratulates Akira for all his hard work and he embraces her in thanks. Afterwards, Dojima warns Akira that his talent may overcome him in the end, as he senses that Akira was never doing this for himself. Upset himself, Soma demands to taste Akira’s dish, as does Ryo and they bicker endlessly about each other’s placements among the first years. With the tournament FINALLY OVER!!!, it’s back to normal, aka partying in Marui’s room. However, Soma gets a call from his dad, asking how the tournament went and makes fun of Soma for essentially losing to Jun. Soma however does thank his dad for sending him to Totsuki, noting he’s seeing so many things he never would’ve noticed otherwise. In the post-credits, a few days after the finals, we’re finally back to the norm, random cooking contests, Satoshi naked in his apron, all the normal shit. Meanwhile, the three finalists are together again, trying to outdo each other once more, specifically Ryo and Soma trying to make a better version of Akira’s winning dish. Jun warns the three about the next challenge for the first-years, The Stagiaire, which appears to be like a Food Wars level of internship training.

THE GOOD

  • THE TOURNAMENT’S OVER!!!
  • Soma had to lose, the MC can’t be winning every battle, especially the most important ones

THE BAD

  • I can’t say anything bad when it feels like the show is finally going to revert back to the style I loved in the first place

Episode Score: 4/5

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Amaama to Inazuma (Ep.1)

Sweetness & Lightning (Ep.10)

SYNOPSIS

Kouhei and Tsumugi have gone to the beach, except neither of them, especially Tsumugi seem to want to bother going in the water. Meanwhile, Kotori and Shinobu are dying from the heat as they’re doing homework for the summer. When she gets a text from Kouhei, she literally hops out of excitement as Kouhei and Tsumugi are swinging by with fish they got. Tsumugi’s really depressed lately for whatever reason, but Shinobu having younger siblings is at least able to knock her out of her little sad spell and plays with her. Kouhei wants to fillet the fish but no one knows how, so Shinobu introduces him to YouTube, where there’s help videos to everything. During the process, Tsugumi watching a fish essentially get dissected is kind of horrifying for her. But after tasting a raw slice with soy sauce, she finds excitement in how a process so scary can end up tasting so good. Then she starts dancing for Kouhei which includes a bit of twerking? In the end, they could a pretty good meal and Yagi shows up later as well to make it a dinner party for the second time together with the five of them.  

THE GOOD

  • It’s nice to have someone around in Shinobu that can counter Tsumugi when she’s sad and play with her
  • I love how they finally had a situation where they needed to Google (or in this case Lightning) search for how to cook and prepare the dishes they were making

THE BAD

  • Ugh, I hate fish…

Episode Score: 4/5

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Taboo-Tattoo (Ep.1)

Taboo-Tattoo (Ep.10)

SYNOPSIS

Struggling to accept any responsibility after losing Touko, BB convinces him (while in his mind) to fight on and he starts to train his powers. According to Bluesy, it’s been nearly a year now since the failed mission and they’ve been hiding out at Wiseman’s hideout ever since. She notes he’s getting taller now that he’s a year older and nearly falls over as she fails to support her weight with an arm that no longer exists. Training, Justice has clearly gotten stronger over that year, able to take on Bluesy and two others simultaneously. Afterwards, they find the house they were staying in attacked by the Kingdom and a DVD saying “LETTER” left behind. Meeting with Wiseman, they play the DVD and it’s Aryabhata on the beach mocking him a bit…and then shows Lisa in their care. Wiseman however refuses to allow him to leave as he hasn’t finished the anti-tattoo virus he’ll give Justice to destroy the ruins and the tattoos for good. However, Bluesy’s not having any of it, willing to risk it all including her own life to make sure Justice is alive and they can save Lisa as well. They break the fourth wall a bit as one background character says his goodbyes, asking his girl to marry him if he comes back alive, but notes how many death flags he’s raising by doing this. Wow, there’s even more tattoo users as well, I can’t keep track of them all! The fourth wall breaker challenges the girl who attacked the hideout, she has needles coming out of her crotch. What the everloving fuck?! Also for some reason, Lisa is evil now? Was not aware brainwashing was a thing? After the credits, a ninja attacks Sanders and company, but Aryabhata commands her to keep him alive for now. 

THE GOOD

  • I love how Aryabhata’s way of sending kidnapping videos is by having a beach party
  • The fourth wall breaking scene was fantastic
  • The fact that random characters who look like major characters die in two seconds after showing up is hilarious

THE BAD

  • Nothing fucking happened! No one major died, nothing moved forward!

Episode Score: 3/5

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Tales of Zestiria the X (Ep.1)

Tales of Zestiria the X (Ep.10)

SYNOPSIS

The storm rages on and Alisha and company rush to another route, needing to get to Marlind. Sorey and company on the other hand, they know that this storm isn’t natural. They’re heading for Rolance where ruins of dragon gods lie, Sorey wanting to learn more about dragons. Lailah meanwhile tests his abilities as a Shepherd for a moment, noting he has high potential, but his desire to help everyone will make him frail. Mikleo still alone suddenly finds himself having to save a tiny mascot character from an angry tree. This mascot also melds into his power, raising his power as he fires it away. Mikleo calls him a Normin spirit who names himself Atakk and says he has the power to enhance the abilities of the Seraphim. Finding guards, Sorey is given a horse and rushes to find Alisha. The tornado forms again, but this time it’s a different hellion, a serpent.  Getting a different set of powers from fusing with Edna this time, he fights the serpent until a dragon shows up and starts fighting the serpent as well, so now Sorey has two problems to deal with. However the dragon runs off quickly and we’re to assume Sorey defeated the serpent? Mikleo is getting close to where Sorey is, at most a day behind him. Sorey arrives in Marlind and the place is a mess, destroyed by the plague that the dragon is likely the cause of. Finally seeing Alisha, Sorey meets with her and his power is increasing as she can hear Edna and Lailah without needing to hold his hand. However the meeting is bittersweet, Alisha is distraught as the medicine she brought is not working, as it’s tied to the dragon. He senses the dragon and with her help finds the nest he’s hiding out at. Once again, they fail to deal with it and Mikleo’s close by as well to help, however he’s busy with a ton of wolves. He finally makes it and fuses with Sorey to give him the range he needs to take down the dragon. The sky has cleared and the city is saved!

THE GOOD

  • Alisha without her armor is the prettiest girl ever!
  • I’m loving the variance in abilities that Sorey has access to

THE BAD

  • In the spirit of getting things done quickly, having Edna solve the bridge problem instantly kind of makes things feel rushed

Episode Score: 4/5

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One comment

  1. I also think Ikta having a rival in Alderamin is a good move and I hope that the next episodes capitalise on that.
    Thanks for sharing your thoughts on the shows this week.

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