Bad guy neutralised, Kuze’s engagement sorted, and everything back to normal, yet the anime holds back on actually choosing one of the guys or giving us closure on all the villains.
Compared to some anime this season, this was actually a pretty solid resolution. Kuze wanted to know where the tome came from that cursed her brother and that part of the story is effectively wrapped up in fairly quick order this episode. What is less clear cut is where the harem antics are going and what is next for the villains given those that survived are on their ship sailing somewhere when the curtain closes.
While this ended up being better than I expected, it never quite gets to being good and it never quite manages to throw off the harem tropes that kind of weigh everything down and this final episode is a good example. We have a perfect opportunity for the heroine to make an actual choice and instead we leave it open so everyone and no-one can be happy with the solution. I was also a bit disappointed that when it came to the crunch the heroine needed the knight in shining armour to swoop in and save her because really she didn’t do much of anything to solve this.
Anyway, full series review coming soon.
- Episode 11: I Guess That’s A Twist
- Episode 10: Every Character Face Your Demon
- Episode 9: So, Master Plan Is To Breed?
- Episodes 7: Oh No, Not Everyone is Nice
- Episodes 6: Tragic Back Story Time
- Episodes 2 – 5: Pretty Standard Harem, Poor Mystery
- Libra of Nil Admirari First Impressions
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