- What the frickin........I'm at a loss for words truly. TRULY.
The only only explanation I can come up initially with is that Ange is delusional, but that's countered slightly by the Momoka actually saying she can't use Mana, which is something she shouldn't know at that point and the other stuff on Twitter. Oh well.
Not a development I like to be honest in a series in which I liked most of the plot developments up till now. Not necessarily because they survived but because they didn't frickin explain it. To be honest, it would have been better for the writers to just not kill them if you're going to be so non-chalant about reviving them in the next episode. In other words, I think the treatment and portrayal of the revival of it than the actual action.
I will say that Momoka surviving is a bit believable to some extent because of Mana, but not Tusk. Although to be fair, he did promise her that he'll come back and the premise that he had a plan for that encounter to survive isn't that out there. Perhaps it's just a smoke bomb with lights afterall. I remember someone mentioning that killing Embryo would actually be counterproductive to the goal of buying time for Ange (at least according to the rules established by the previous episode though and only by those rules)
so a distraction may actually be more beneficial. It would still be hard for Tusk to survive though if Embroyo was really out to get him.
Still would have felt a lot better if they spend 30 seconds to just frickin explain it.
- I've watched this show and everything it threw me, yet I'm still a bit stunned by Salia spanking scene at the start. She's also fully turned over to the dark side it seems. Never underestimate the power of jealousy I guess....especially in a hopeless romantic. I still get this strange feeling that she'll be redeemed somehow, likely by Alektra apologizing to her while Salia lies injured after Ange beats her up in their destined fight.
- The rising hatred between Chris and Rosalie is sad to see to be honest. Interesting but still sad. I didn't expect Rosalie to go that level of hatred of Chris even if she did attacked her in the last episode. One of the plot lines I'm interested in seeing the resolution of.
- Didn't see Ersha coming back to the Arzenal team to be honest. I'm curious to see how this plays out in the next episode. I can see her being accepted and included given her reasoning.
- I'm truly interested in Embryo's definition of "smart intelligent women". I'm not even sure he knows it himself at this point, other than someone that does what he says. To be fair, that sounds exactly like something he would do.
Destiny_Gundam wrote:Not really. Surviving death isn't the only qualification to be Jesus. Tusk lacks Kira's "I'm morally superior to all of you and can do no wrong" aspect.
Well, he is voiced by Setsuna afterall.
There's still a "WHAT IF" as big as Embryo's ego: What if he's pretending to be Tusk?
A big part of me wants something like this to be the case. Or at the very least a decent explanation in-series. It would be a good way to lure Ange back to Mitsurugi even instead of her just staying there or even commit suicide like she almost did. Ange also noticed the lack of gunshot wounds, I wonder whether that's a clue to something?
While I know the odds are not favorable, the series isn't over so I'm fingers crossed that they'll explain it.