Assassination Classroom episode 06
This story is going in an entirely different direction now. We were led to believe one thing, but now they are bringing in so many more possibilities that you start to question the original story. Is that creature really interested in destroying the earth?
What the principle says made quite a bit of sense. The worst part is that I cannot disagree with his methods. He is willing to ‘sacrifice’ a few dozen students by putting them in class E, thereby motivating students from all other classes to do their best to stay out of class E. This may seem a little unfair to some, but it’s the responsibility of those very students to make sure that they don’t end up in that class. That’s why I cannot disagree with that method. The only thing that I disagree with is that he ended up changing some of the questions on their test to ensure that class E doesn’t do better some of the other classes.
Anyway, I really don’t think that Koro-sensei is really interested in destroying the earth. He must have a reason to do what he does. He is putting so much effort in teaching those children that there has to be something to it. If he really wanted die-hard assassins then he would’ve just taught them to kill. He wouldn’t have bothered with math and whatnot.
I wouldn’t be surprised if Koro-sensei was actually working to ensure that the opposite happens. Next week or perhaps the week after that we’ll probably find out that the earth is in danger somehow and that Koro-sensei is helping to prevent it from going under. That’s probably what’s happening right now. Teaching children all sorts of things and blowing up the earth after that doesn’t make any sense.