Grimoire of Zero Episode 11



After all this build up to Thirteen, we found out his plan last week and this week Zero kindly asks him to stop and so he does. Okay, first they shoot coloured lights at each other and Zero reveals she purposefully wrote flaws into the incantations because even though she wanted to share magic she apparently didn’t want to not be the strongest (understandably really).


So basically Thirteen just ceases to have any interest in the conflict he has set up and now apparently actually cares about repairing some of the damage he caused. Am I supposed to care that he now seems upset about Sorena’s death because I’m with the wolf guy. Thirteen did let Sorena die and he did nearly burn Albus. Okay, he didn’t start a plague. One thing he didn’t do.


Seriously, it is very hard to take any of this conflict seriously when even the mastermind behind it walks away with only a brief moment of hesitation.


And so we move toward the final episode because even though Thirteen no longer cares, all the pieces he set in motion are still heading toward self-destruction. It probably doesn’t help that most of the Sorcerer’s of Zero seem to lack logical thought processes and have already whipped themselves into a frenzy of mob-mentality. Logical arguments aren’t going to turn the tide here.

Grimoire of Zero is available on AnimeLab.

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One thought on “Grimoire of Zero Episode 11

  1. So I have been catching up on this show and I do agree that part about Thirteen now feels bad for everything he’s done from causing Sorena to die…..that felt like the ol’ “bad guy now has conscious’ shtick trick. Albeit, it didn’t lower my enjoyment of the series so far as I’m actually loving this show so far (and this is coming from someone who finds most high fantasy shows dull) but that does cost some points with me.

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