This continues to be adorable even as it is set amongst a fictional version of a fairly dark moment in modern history. While at the moment it is all magic beating the military and smiles and celebrations it kind of feels like this is going to get a bit darker because sooner or later no one is going to be surprised when the witch swoops in. If I had a complaint about this episode it is that there was almost zero character focus other than the Princess wringing her hands at her own uselessness and then making speeches which wasn’t particularly impressive. This episode was all very much battle focussed and while that was kind of cool, hopefully next week we can get back to a bit of character development with some of the action because otherwise our characters just won’t progress beyond their initial introductions. Izetta continues to be beautiful to watch and this episode is probably worth it for the creative use of a medieval armoury.
Izetta: The Last Witch is available on Crunchyroll.