The harem is complete
|Howdy guys, I’m back! I hope I was missed. This post wasn’t supposed to be done until tomorrow due to laziness, but then a job came up. Yesss I got a jooobbbbb!!!!!! Moneeeehhhhhhs.|
Continuing from last week’s episode that Kyokai covered, Yukimura and our Braves are still running away from Date Masamune. Honestly, what’s up with him? I missed him by a week and his face turned into some twisted weirdo instead of a bishie. Seriously, his pedo smile… Ehm, even after the Braves kick the asses of Masamune’s minions, they still end up being cornered at the beach… Until a ship appeared out of nowhere and carried the Ueda household to the Neverland. Before the rescue ship arrived, Saizou was having some flashbacks of his reputation as an assassin when he fought two of Masamune’s ninjas. Thank goodness Isanami told Saizou that he’s “her light.”
Even Yukimura thinks that Isanami’s clothes are too sexy
Masamune, that’s not hot… ><
“Welcome aboard, my harem!“
Aboard the ship is the tanned Japanese pirate captain named Jinpachi who happens to be Kakei’s sworn brother. It was Kakei who persuaded him to help Yukimura and the rest. I think… Is it? God, I can’t even remember anymore. Ugh. Anyhow, Kakei became Jinpachi’s sworn brother when Kakei was able to pass a drinking competition with him. Why did Kakei meet Jinpachi? Because he heard that he had some of the finest guns in Japan. A pirate sworn brother plus the finest guns? Not bad, Kakei! Because of some, um, little misunderstanding about Isanami’s chest, Jinpachi makes the other Ueda household members have a drinking competition with him. Not that Yukimura minds anyway.
Flawless logic bro
Free drinks and guns, it’s happy hour!
While the others are drunk (except Saizou because he’s not human, Yukimura because he’s also not human, and Rokurou because he’s definitely not human), Jinpachi kind of makes fun of the Braves. Not really, but he thinks that the Braves are following Yukimura because of his moneh, and as a free man, Jinpachi refuses to be tied down just like the Braves. However, Jinpachi changes his mind when Yukimura tells him that money is not the reason why the Braves are with Yukimura because he’s broke. There’s an invisible bond that ties them together. Don’t believe Yukimura? Just look at Saizou when he was stargazing. Saizou mumbles to himself about how he needs this kind of place, where he belongs! Aawww Saizou.
Yukimura: “I offer them my body for their loyalties. You want?” Jinpachi: “OH HELL YEAH!”
After all that, Jinpachi changes his mind and decided to join Yukimura’s party. Still with his panther though. Isanami counts that there are ten of them now, and that makes them the Ten Braves. Like, whoa. TEN MEMBERS OF THE HAREM, FROM A SHOTA TO A JIJI! Even tanned Japanese! Yukimura is so lucky.
“Hey, let’s count our guild members IN CASE THE AUDIENCE CAN’T COUNT.”
“For Yukimura’s body!”
Extra Harem Members:
“OH SNAP! MY SEX PANTS IS FALLING OFF.”
You know it’s bad when Saizou’s SHAFT is glowing…
This anime is officially yaoi now
Guess what he calls his THING? A SHIP….
Welp, I guess this is the last member of the Ten Braves. Not even one full episode and I already like Jinpachi. Not that I’m biased about Nakai Kazuya or something… I’M LYING… I SO EFFING LOVE HIS VOICE. I was all squealing and NNGGHH-ing when I watched this episode. It’s like listening to Date Masamune (Sengoku Basara) and Hijikata (Gintama) all over again! His character is somehow the most likeable among the Braves too (excluding Saizou and Rokurou because they’re perfection). He’s definitely not a husband material because of his “free” thinking, but somehow that womanizer characteristic of his just makes him more likeable. Does this have something to do with the myth saying that women are more attracted to bad boys? Probably…
Either way, his conversation with Yukimura was interesting, and I can feel the invisible bond between Yukimura and Jinpachi, thanks to their conversation. Their conversation was short, but it was meaningful enough to change Jinpachi’s mind about samurai’s way of life. I can see why Jinpachi decided to follow Yukimura. To be honest, I don’t feel this strong bond among Yukimura, Yuri, Isanami’s brother, and the shota. Maybe it’s because their reasoning to stay with Yukimura isn’t as deep as Saizou’s, Isanami’s, Kakei’s, and Jinpachi’s?
This episode didn’t leave a deep impression on me, but it sure was entertaining just like the other episodes. Jinpachi was hella interesting, and it’s nice seeing Saizou accepting himself as Yukimura’s minion. Now that the Ten Braves is complete, I expect the story to focus more on Isanami and the Kushi-mitama.
Preview: Internal conflict in Ueda! It seems that Anastasia is rebelling against Yukimura. Did she just stab Rokurou? That biiiiiii-