Only a few more to go! Yet another battle between the three countries: Galette, Biscotti and Pastillage. This time, it seems like some sort of three-way free-for-all match, where everyone can basically attack everyone. The event is called Union Festa, or Union Festival as the editor tries to make of it every time. There’s no difference in festa though, as it means festival. In Italian. What a surprise!
We’re getting somewhere, finally! Now Éclair enters the spotlight, having a whole episode focussed on her qualms of love. It’s really bitter-sweet. After all, she’s a tsundere who can’t deny her feelings for the almighty hero. Who everyone loves. Apparently.
Just like previous episode, I do not really have many comments on this release. Even the amount of TLC notes is barren.
Do I see some romantic progress there? Who knows! Surely one of my favourite episodes in this series’ season. That said, I find the songs of Millhiore nice, but sadly I know it’s just a way to stretch the episode. They could’ve given me…you know…some story instead.
This episode doesn’t have too much jargon in it, so I was pretty much watching the episode without having to make many comments about the translation. We’re going to catch some demons, and the main male characters becoming GAR. I don’t see where this is going any more… I guess I’m too fond of development in a story. That’s not…something strange, is it?
I have no idea what to write for these releases any more. Perhaps I should’ve done this all on time, because now it’s just gradually losing quality by every post.
I could give a short preview about what you’re going to see. For instance, new introduced characters! Yay! They’re called the Hero Kings. Or rather, the Hero King and the Demon King. The ancestors of the current leaders. And some more silliness. But you’ll have to find out yourself.