I am truly exhausted. I don’t even want to write this post to be very honest. Still, I think this show is worth a post even if it’s going to be short this time, although the episode definitely deserves a big post if you ask me.
So Maria got attacked by Ezekiel and is now recovering. The word has spread far and wide and people now know that they can go to war without having to worry about outside interference. This will mean a lot more casualties and a lot more conflict. The question is if England will actually survive at the end of the day now that they don’t have Maria to stop them from going to war.
The church has worked so hard to get rid of Maria. Now they got what they wanted. I’ll be looking forward to seeing them crawl back to Maria at the end of the day. And is it just me or have those people been poisoned somehow. People are slowly becoming more and more obsessed with the church and are starting to think negatively of Maria. I wonder what’s that about?Read More
Oh, okay… Not exactly the kind of episode I expected, but I suppose there were a few interesting scenes. And, unfortunately, a few disappointing once as well. I suppose that’s how it always goes, isn’t it?
So last week’s episode went by quickly and I was really surprised to see them go on a class trip so soon. I kept thinking about what the angle of it was. I mean, first those children are forced to make an unfairly modified test to make sure they get poor grades. Now they are sent to another part of the country on a field trip right after they finished their exams. One cannot help but to think about the real reason as to why they’ve been sent on that trip. There is always a reason, especially when class E is involved. I just can’t put my finger on it…
Anyway, some of the students got abducted by a small group of thugs and I immediately started to think about the idea of it. Where they ordered to do so? If so; what was the point of it all? I just find it a very strange twist in the story. Were those students just at the wrong place at the wrong time? Was it really all a coincidence?
There is only one thing that I know for sure; it’s a damn shame that Koro-sensei interfered. I would’ve liked to see those students solve it themselves without that alien showing up to solve it for them. They are being trained as killers for god’s sake; at least let them defend themselves against a group of thugs like that.Read More
I am late today. I have been driving all over the city because I either forgot something or because I suddenly got called for extra work. At this point I am so tired that I actually feel like I could sleep for a whole week.
I would’ve kept this post short anyway even if I wasn’t short on time. I mean, I honestly don’t really care about those crows. Sure, it was interesting to get to know that playboy wannabe a little bit better, but in the end he still annoys me. I don’t care if he was discriminated against as a child. That doesn’t give him the right to act all high and mighty, especially not now when people need him.
Nevertheless, it’s quite obvious that Nanami is going to interfere. She has this habit of sticking her nose in places where it simply doesn’t belong. This leads to a lot of problems that makes Tomoe’s life just a little bit harder than it has to be. Curiosity is fine, but do not meddle with affairs that you know nothing of. That’s all.Read More
So something bad did end up happening, but I’m just glad it wasn’t the worst-case scenario. It would’ve been very weird if Maria, the single most important character on the show, whose name is in the title, were to die during this episode.
So Ezekiel turned into a spear-like thing and charged towards Maria as soon as she started chanting a spell in order to try and stop yet another war. Ezekiel, although not completely in control, decided to avoid a fatal wound by missing on purpose. This had not gone unnoticed. The fact that Archangel Michael noticed that she did it on purpose surprised me most of all. I mean, Ezekiel was not punished for her actions even though Archangel Michael’s orders are supposedly absolute. All known characters simply live to see another day.
There’s really only one character that I would like to see dead; that annoying bishop. He has lost his tiny little mind over this whole Maria affair. I know that those “holy men” are eager to spill blood when their religion or position of power are questioned, but this is ridiculous. Just because Maria is starting to become more and more popular…
Anyway, Maria survived and she doesn’t seem to want to want to stop meddling in those wars. This means that she will need to find a way to continue using her magic without being speared to death by Ezekiel. She either needs to make powerful allies or find a new source of power that will allow her to defend herself against Archangel Michael.Read More
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.Read More