- Realize this: Watching anime requires there to be anime to watch. Writing posts requires time and care. I lack one of these three things. #
Hey there, were you guys lonely without me? Probably not but anyways but, hey, I’m back for a bit although this week is probably one of my most busy week of this month. So I thought I’d just do a whole plot summery since I don’t want to spam this place with tons of episodes.
I left off after introducing Mio’s arc, so I’ll continue from there.
Well, it turns out that finding out about Mio’s secret was a good thing and not a bad thing. So this forced the conquest to be faster and easier but a lot more effort consuming.
To complete the conquest Keima took Mio to a rich persons party, although it was only in the back yard of that rich person’s party. He allowed Mio to make a choice to go off with the rich people or stay with him. The kiss sealed her fate and the loose soul gets bottled up.
That ends off Episode 3 and Mio’s arc, Episode 4 only contains Keima trying to beat an extremely bugged game.
In the end Keima manages to pass the bugged area of the game and hes really happy about it. As anyone would expect another bug happens to pop up and our hero’s soul resonances thus getting fired up all over again.
Episode 5-7 is the Kanon arc, she is a famous new pop idol and Elci is completely taken by her singing.
As usual, cute characters don’t come without a catch. She is very emotional about how she needs to be noticed or else she goes berserk, or — stun-gun
rampage friendly. In this arc we also learn a bit more about the Loose Souls, that their powers can cause odd things to happen to the human host.
As I’ve said, the Loose Soul can causes the human host to have odd abilities. In Kanon’s case she can pretty much turn invisible because she believes that she is transparent or non-existent if someone doesn’t notice her.
Keima gives her his email and what does he find as the first email? Wow, if she wasn’t a yandere I’d be shocked. He is forced to counsel her every problem to cheer her up. Basically she can’t do her job or live without Keima cheering her on, so she gets the title of Yandere.
After a crazy ordeal of, “please be mine Keima-kun”, he denied her and taught her a lesson about how he can’t keep her all to himself. With the kiss, Loose Soul captured.
In Episode 8 its completely about how Elci wants to prove to Keima that she can do something right. By something right, she decides that it has to be a strawberry shortcake. Although she did it in vain because Keima apparently hates sweet things. Still, Keima secretly ate the cake that Elci thought was taken by the green dragonish beast. For that, he earned a minor concussion from his mother.
In the end Elci’s lunch box was actually the predator instead of the prey. Thus a new species of monsters are born. The green dragonish beast was no match for the 5 by 5 lunch box with a snake like mouth, beast.
I’ll leave off with Keima’s quote, A game is a game, reality is reality, People who try to link them together are the ones who can’t tell the difference. It feels like this is a message to most criticizers and anime/game haters out there.
If you’re an anime or game hater, then you, well, you wouldn’t even be on this site.
It’s certainly been a long time since the last long post I wrote about Index 2. Any episode, essentially, with Misaka Mikoto is worth writing about though.
Misaka and Touma are in this sports tournament which of course the entire city participates in. While the parents are meeting, Touma is devising a way to get to the inner spark of Biribiri. The bargain is that if her school wins, he has to do anything she wants him to do, and if his school wins, then she must do anything he wants. I recall that they’re only one year apart, that Touma is in high school while Biribiri is in the last year of middle school. Sounds like a great match.
I haven’t been around for a while. I don’t make any promises. However, for that intervening time, I dropped Amagami SS because it was boring. I took a gamble at the first episode of the final arc.
I can’t spell her name now, save Tsukasa-san. I was impressed. All of that quite common interaction and quaintness. Suddenly, bam — you’ve got a Class Representative in your face, choking you.
- Episode 6 of Index 2 seemed a lot like watching Railgun last year. It was excellent. Better than the first 5 episodes. #