Dec 5, 2011

Posted by in Kyoukai Senjou no Horizon | 2 Comments

Kyoukai Senjou no Horizon episode 10

We once again enter a world where social status and money means everything. I would like to point out that I lol’d at two similar E-mails where people asked me to drop this show and start writing about Mirai Nikki. I won’t, I don’t think Mirai Nikki is worth writing about, as the entire show revolves around people slaughtering one another.

The battle for Horizon finally has finally begun. Toori really got in the way this time, I wonder why he even participated to begin with. Why not remain behind to shout out tactics? He has the brains, or at least I’d like to think so. Instead he was rushing forward on the frontline, not fighting though, he was merely getting in the way of the other soldiers.

I noticed several things about those battles. First one would be that the characters, or at least those random soldiers, actually die when they get shot. I was under the impression that this show was more of a gag anime, so I didn’t expect anyone to die. I know that sounds a bit weird, but come on, how many of you could see some of the characters die in this anime?

The second thing that caught my eye is that every attack costs money. Every attack costs money, and the more money you pay, the stronger the attack gets. I’m not saying I’m surprised by this, because I’m not, after all; this anime revolves around that stuff. I’m just saying that it’s strange, how do they convert money in to physical power?

I would like to put the fight between that “War God” and those two “TechnoHexen” in the spotlight here. That was pretty fun to watch, especially when Margot used that roll of coins to use that super attack. Want to know how you can easily recognize a good battle? That’s easy! After each battle there’s a reward for the victor, in this case; a mild dose of lesbianism, hooray! That’s why I won’t drop this for Mirrai Nikki, who would give up on scenes like these, just to watch people getting killed?

All kidding aside; I hope they’re going to end this show properly. This anime, unlike Maji de Watashi ni Koi Shinasai, still has the time to finish with a great ending. I can’t wait to see it!

  1. that kissing scene was hot! I dont understand it either why Toori decided to go to the frontlines along with the soldiers. He was a complete burden to them..

    He’s a smart guy, we’ll have to trust his judgement once in a while…

  2. Tensai-kun says:

    I wouldn’t go about saying that I’m watching this show just for its fair share of lesbianism. Sure, I, being a man myself, like my fair share of girl on girl action, but I’m not watching 13 episodes because of that alone.

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