Druaga no To – The Aegis of Uruk – 11

Everyone who made it to the top floor of the tower tries to figure out what to do when they come face to face with the giant Druaga.

Impressions:

This episode was pretty good. It had some really big parts, like Ahmey dying which completely shocked me. In a way it was good because she got to meet up with the man she loved, and if anyone is to die and have it be a somewhat of a good thing, it would be her. Still, it sucked that she died. However I have to commend the show for doing it. Even though it has had its comedy bits and some rather fluff episodes, having a character die like that makes it all the more serious, which is great. I’m curious as to what the hell it is exactly that Kaaya has. There are also a lot of questions that need to be answered. I’m surprised there is only one more episode left considering what all they need to explain. Both ghosts, Kaaya’s past with Gilgamesh and connection to one of the ghosts, Neeba’s connection to other ghost, and so on. Either they will do a quick job explaining it or they will defeat Druaga early on.

I was a bit surprised that Pazuz didn’t do more. Usually someone like him ends up causing things to be worse for everyone else. While he kind of did that when he distracted Neeba from using the arrows, I still thought he would do more. Nothing at all became of the coffins he was carrying, which seemed to be a pretty big and important thing since Kally died over them. I can only assume it was some kind of necromancy he was planning on doing. Still, it seemed odd that he didn’t at least activate them and then die; it seems as if he died before they did anything. Still, it was pretty cool the way Neeba killed him.

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