Colbert, Louise, Saito, Tabitha, and Kirche all plan a rescue operation to free the hostages being held by the mercenary men who have captured everyone else.
Wowâ€¦.that was amazing. I was just completely stunned and shocked out of my mind when they revealed that Colbert was the guy who burned down the village. That didnâ€™t even cross my mind really at all. This episode was just amazing. It wasnâ€™t just good because it had something surprising in it. It was good for completely other reasons too, because of all they put into it gave real emotion. It really was, honestly, very touching and sad, so far itâ€™s been the saddest episode in this series, by far. Itâ€™s not really new that they are trying to bring in some sad moments, as they had the little bit with Henrietta and the dead Prince of Wales. That did have some sad feelings to it, but really nothing like this. Colbert was a reoccurring character, and although he wasnâ€™t the most featured side character really, he gave off a very kind and helpful feel to him that just made his death incredibly emotional. Iâ€™m still surprised at not only how dark this episode was but at how much emotion there was. Sure someone died, but the story they had behind it made it much more interesting.
It seems like they will have a couple of episodes of more or less plotless episodes before they jump into the final climax and story, just from the way things have been going. The preview kind of showed something like that is going to be featured. Although plot episodes are good, I almost want to say Iâ€™m looking forward to a kind of break. The show is very fun and has great comedy, and while the action bits they had were great I think this show would benefit from easing off that a bit and just having some of the comedy romance bits with tsundere Louise and all. Just because they donâ€™t have plot doesnâ€™t mean they arenâ€™t bad, I really do think that it would be better for the show to have some of those before the final episodes.