Akari is either super excited or really freaked out…
Another episode of Genei on Metanorn! So last week Akari figured out that she was half demon and half human, but which side will she align herself with? As cool as it would be to see her become an evil character I don’t think she will betray her friends because her friendship powers are super strong!
Well, we now know what that one scene from the OP is about. I can’t say that I saw anything that happened in this episode coming, but at least Genei is keeping things… interesting.
Magical endless eight
Luna is a badass melee fighter now!
Akari why did you just trust Cerebrum so quickly? Then again it did appear that he did keep up his end of the deal by saving Luna and Seira so he didn’t really trick Akari or did he, but whatever he has planned he now has her trapped in an endless loop forcing her to watch her cousin Fuyuna die over and over and over again and at the same time Cerebrum is there putting dark thoughts into her head in order to win her over to his side? Damn you Cerebrum! Also and what is up with the thought of him mating with her? I was like wait a minute what the hell is really going on here? The other girls better hurry up and save Akari before something bad happens or magical demon babies are created. While we are talking about the other girls was anyone else shocked like me that Ginka magically appeared and saved the day? I was not expecting that but I assume it has to do with that key Laplace brought from The Leguzario? I just want to know what it unlocks. I wonder if it that key unlocks the world of the dead? I mean if that is true I wonder if Ginka’s sudden appearance is just temporary for now and she will disappear afterwards? I guess we ended up with more questions than answers once again.
WTFery all around
CRAWWWLING IN MY SKINNNNNN!
“I want to mate with you.” …Christ, Cerebrum. I know you frequently disguise yourself as little girls, but isn’t Akari like, 12? And can she even have kids at that age? I’m actually relieved that this seems more like a ‘baby of despair’ kind of thing as opposed to the way babies are usually made. Maybe I’m wrong with that assumption, but it seems like breaking Akari seems to be the goal here for some reason. Probably for that dark and light creating the ultimate Tarot thing this plot has going. Whatever it is though, apparently letting the other team gain back some players (Seira and Luna) seems to be of no consequence. You’d think that having a few more enemies against Cerebrum might be troubling, but I guess he was only targeting them to get Akari. …And looking back at it now, the Tarot users fight Daemonia, but the Daemonia don’t seem to care who they kill. The Tarot users just kind off seem like a convenient clean up crew now or something (you know, so the Daemonia don’t kill too many people) as opposed to enemies. Assuming that the Daemonia are like experiments for the voice or something.
…Referring to the voice as “the voice” is almost as troublesome as back when we all had to call Cerebrum “that hooded guy”. Oh right, and I guess Ginka is back too? I wonder what that’s all about.
Extra magical fun
Every team needs a awesome healer.
Extreme animation this week!
Cerebrum is looking for a player two~
Welcome back Ginka?
Welcome back Ginka you were greatly missed but like I said I have a feeling it is just a temporary fix provided by The Leguzario? If so I guess we shouldn’t get attached to Ginka because I can see her leaving us once again. While that was epic and amazing I just want to know what Akari is going to do because near the end she was freaking out, but of course if you had to relive a nightmare over and over again I think you might go crazy too! So what is going to happen with the final episode? Yes I know there is an OVA episode that will come out after the series wraps up, but one thing is certain I think we all just want to see Akari own Cerebrum.
Just when you thought that this was different from Madoka, the show throws a seemingly endless cycle of despair in our faces. …Actually, this is kind of different in the fact that the end goal is different. Now if only the end goal was more clear. Mating seems to be a pretty broad term here (or at least in this case, Cerebrum seems to be doing it wrong). I feel bad for Akari here, but I’m rather curious as to what the whole point of this was. Hopefully the last episode actually explains things. I’m not getting my hopes up too high though.
The suffering continues!
The final episode…