Summary: Sion becomes interesting
Alex: Woooow, this show really has improved. With what seemed like a meaningless filler actually held some very crucial details. Namely, Sion’s development. I mean, eek. That scene at the end with Miran and Sion was a very “what the hell” moment. It’s almost like Sion is a skitzophrenic…or Sion is a vessel for something greater than his human personality. The majority of the episode was spent on Ryner x Sion scenes, with Ryner resolving to help Sion…before he got stabbed by an unknown blond assailant who matches the man from Ryner’s childhood (his father). It may just be me, but didn’t he sound a little like Ferris’s older brother?
Things over in Gastark don’t look too good, either, as hordes of zombie-like creatures are attacking, and they’re all in the belief that Kiefer is a spy and she’s behind it. And just to add to the chaos, there’s a situation brewing on Captain Milk’s side of things, too. Man, this thing writes itself~:3