So the cat is out of the bag, huh? I must admit that it was extremely predictable and yet pretty interesting, but my lack of time forces me to keep it simple once again. I can’t wait for these busy 2 months to be over and done with.
So Saruhiko decided to leave the blue’s and join the green’s. He now went from the red’s to the blue’s to the green’s. What’s next? Is he going to leave them to join Yashiro? Or maybe that old Grey King? I definitely wouldn’t put it past him. Nor will I fool myself by asuming that he only joined the Green King in order to learn more about their operation as an inside spy for the blue’s.
I must admit that I’m quite intruiged by how Seri reacted to his change of heart. I hadn’t realized that he had become that important to the blue’s and that she had some kind of interest in him. I thought that Izumo had more of a chance even though they only didn’t seem to be anything more than friends. Seeing that guy become a “J-Rank” member so quickly is kind of annoying.Read More
I honestly don’t even want to write this post. It’s like I’m watching a filler. Slow progress in a story is one thing, but now we actually seem to be regressing. I am truly disappointed by how this is going right now. This better end soon…
Yato is still being controlled by his ‘father’ and that former Regalia of his. I hate it. He is once again being forced to do all their dirty work and all I can do is ask myself why. He is plenty powerful on his own. He can just ‘release’ that Regalia and be done with it. She, apparently, has plenty of other masteries anyway so it doesn’t matter.
What also pisses me off is that Yato knew that Ebisu is behind those masked phantoms and he still helped him. That’s just nuts. He finally became an actual god with some new privileges and now look at what he’s doing; he’s helping a corrupted god that’s wanted by all the other gods. I think it’s time to cash in some favours because he really needs help… Please just kill that Regalia already!
And I absolutely hate the fact that Hiyori has once again lost her memories and that she’s actually kissing other guys now. It just makes me want to stop watching.Read More
I had to work late today so this post will have to be short. I hate it but I don’t have much of a choice at the moment. I don’t even have the time to write this post to be honest, but this show is so great that I’ll just do it anyway and sleep half an hour less today.
This episode was great because not only did the boys got sent on yet another mission, but we actually found out that Havia is kind of engaged. Not only is the guy engaged, but he’s also from a very wealthy family and so is the girl that he’s engaged to. Why the hell did it take this long for this to come to light? This is kind of messed up.
I’ll admit that I no longer get the point of Havia being in the army. He comes from a wealthy family if I understood right. I definitely wouldn’t have fight against machines that are a thousand times bigger than me if I came from a wealthy family. It’s just not worth the risk. It just makes me want to know more and more. I hope they’ll tell us more about it next week.Read More
Hmm… Well, it’s not that I could not see this coming, but I had at least hoped that they would punish that greedy, selfish old man. I figured that they wouldn’t just kill him for as long as he’s worth something.
Yeah, it kind of annoyed me to see that playboy treat Orga like a kid (not that he’s not) even though they successfully infiltrated their ship and gave some of their best fighters a run for their money. But what can you expect? Orga just barged in and requested a meeting with their boss so that they could become part of their organisation and gain their protection.
That part I could already see coming. I knew that he was going to ask them for help after he proved that they are not just a bunch of helpless kids. It may even have been a little cocky to request even more help by helping them sell some stuff to replenish their near-empty bank account. Goes to show that it always comes down to money. It always has been that way and it always will be that way.Read More
This disgustingly underrated show of this season just keeps getting better and better. There are a lot of things that I want to say and even though I am still not completely over my gold, I simply refuse to keep this post short.
What I want to get out in the open is the thought of us, the fans, getting to know Haku a bit better. We know almost nothing about him or where he comes from. Now it seems that people have started to take notice of him and, like me, want to know more about him. But that, like with most delicate things, is like a double-edged sword; there’s a chance that if Haku were to remember where he came from that his entire personality changes and that he chooses to go back. I don’t mind if he goes back to wherever he came from at the end of the show, but I wouldn’t like to a change in his personality.
There. I said it. Now that that’s done I can focus on this week’s main event; the possibility of a corrupt general. Well, I say possibility because I hate to jump the gun. But yeah, he’s a dirty pig that ended up endangering everyone at that party by trying to get huge insects to fight each other for sport. That’s bound to go wrong at some point.
I’m not sure if that’s enough evidence to convict that pig (whose name I can’t be bothered to write due to it being so damn annoying). That would mean that a new general would be needed and I am kind of hoping that the owner of the inn or one of Kuon’s other ‘mothers’ gets that spot. Slim that of that happening, but hey, one can still hope.Read More