Keika has apparently now been dead for 7 days so Tanmoku takes him back to his home where he gets to see hone is neighbours mourning him. While there are one or two throw-a-way moments, this episode continues with the character and relationship building we saw really take off last week. Intrigues and mysteries abound and while some information is revealed by the relatives later in the episode, what that information means is still pretty much being kept quiet from the audience.
With the more serious tone becoming dominant, the relationship between Keika and Tanmoku sitting front and centre, and a mystery that seams worth getting into, Spiritpact is definitely getting better as it goes. And the ending of this episode really doesn’t allow you to walk away though I won’t spoil it.
Spiritpact is available on Crunchyroll.
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