Nov 30, 2011

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Kyoukai Senjou no Horizon episode 09

We once again dive into a world where politics are as weird as any local “blue bar.”  They somehow managed to raise the weirdness level even higher as their debate. It’s still as amusing as ever though, despite all the weird things that go on in this anime.

The story continues as Galileo stands firm against Futayo. If it weren’t for the interference of the King and Queen then the fight would’ve continued. But this peace was only short lived as the battle rages on. It was a tie, so another battle had to take place. Kimi, Toori’s older sister, decided to step up and help out.

Kimi’s way of fighting is just too weird. I must say; could they have made her breasts any bigger? My god. Kimi uses that voluptuous body as a weapon by dancing and singing in an erotic way. It seems that by doing that she becomes almost untouchable, yes, almost. We mustn’t take Futayo lightly though, she has the speed and power capable of penetrating Kimi’s defenses.

It actually got to a point where Futayo’s attacks no longer worked. Kimi actually slapped her and gave her advice on how to fight. This pretty much ended the fight, resulting in another win for the school.

Toori and Horizon, after Kimi won the battle, got appointed as the King’s assistants, both with their own special privilege.  Innocentius was shocked and didn’t like it at all, he tried to stop it by getting hostile. It’s a good thing that the students pay attention, they managed to find a loophole in the law that temporarily restricts Innocentius from making any judgment on the matter.

Toori now goes on yet another quest for world peace, and to bring back Horizon, of course. People now actually recognize him as a King. Who would’ve known? He almost became the King of Musashi when Kimi won the battle, unfortunately Yoshinao had no intention of stepping down as the king, which is why he appointed Toori and Horizon as his assistants.

It’s getting very interesting now as they all set out on another quest. The anime, by my count, has four episodes left, so I hope that they don’t rush the end.

  1. im not that big a fan.. i just find it strange and somewhat disturbing

  2. JustAnotherVillain says:

    If you don’t know yet, this season cover volume 1a & 1b from the light novels.
    So, yeah… this whole 13 episodes are just the prologue, something like the beginning of their journey.

    I don’t recommend this show for people who don’t like long and slow paced story.

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