Dec 22, 2011

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Guilty Crown episode 11

Good stuff, lots of anime right after dinner. I’m pretty sure my doctor would disagree, but it does my stomach good! I have noticed that it’s always the same two groups responsible for Guilty Crown and Maken-Ki! The rest follows a day later with their release.

Anyway, the story continues as we embark upon chaotic times. That bastard Koudou unleashed yet another devastating attack on the city, infecting countless of people with that strange virus. His own allies were no exception, because they too got infected with that virus.

The anti-bodies were taking over. Nobody was safe anymore, not even amongst themselves. It has gotten to a point where everyone has to run for their lives, including Haruka, Shu’s mother, who was part of the research team. So, no matter how you look at it, it all comes down to Shu. He decided to ask his friends from school for help. But, in order to get their help, he has to convince them first. He has to be honest with them, tell them what he can and cannot do.

Shu, for once, decided to be completely open to everyone. He showed them his abilities, explained his situation, and they finally agreed to help him. Shu guided everyone through a tunnel towards the Funeral Parlor’s location.

Now, I don’t know what happened here, but Inori managed to get rid of that nasty virus by singing. I have no idea what her powers are, at least not specifically, but she, just like Shu, must have that special gene. It was pretty good. Shu and his friends were fighting their asses off while she sung that beautiful song.

I never thought he’d make it, not in a million years. After all; he was still inside that tunnel when the rest of the Funeral Parlor were about to be wiped out. But, after having dealt with minor ‘bumps’ in the road, Shu made it. He arrived on time and met up with Inori, who, after singing her song, got her void taken out by some unknown guy.

Gai, in order to save Shu, sacrificed himself by taking that guy’s attack head-on. I always thought of that guy as an heartless beast, but it seems he did have a lot of good in him. I don’t know what to think of the current situation though, it seems like it has gotten even worse.

Next episode is going to be rough. The Funeral Parlor lost their leader, they lost Inori and now, with Shu probably going nuts again, they lose their most valued asset. Very chaotic indeed, I can’t wait for next week!

  1. I think Shu only made things worse. The virus was only stopped temporarily, but it continued at a more destructive degree when Inori was captured.

    He has to find his mother, she knows more about the current situation.

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