Kuro tracks down Keita once she gets hungry and Keita ends up getting more involved in the strange things surrounding the mysterious girl.
This was a pretty good episode. Iâ€™m surprised with how fast they are moving with everything, itâ€™s only the second episode and already there has been an interesting and serious fight where the main fighter isnâ€™t easily victorious straight away. Plus now Keita is pretty much roped into things, not though choice as this contract seems serious, as Keita pretty much stated he canâ€™t get out of it so there is no leaving that up to chance. I am curious though how they will balance this seriousness of the plot and action with some of the comedy they have going on with Kuroâ€™s personality. She has a very naÃ¯ve oblivious nature to her, like when she was eating the cabbage but then instantly changes to serious talk about dead people and the fate of humanity. Iâ€™m interested in how they balance that.
I do hope that the show starts to explain things soon. Itâ€™s actually a pretty interesting way to go about the plot, thought he show isnâ€™t the first to do it or anything. Theyâ€™ve started talking and explaining things in terms the viewer hasnâ€™tâ€™ been exposed to at all. They just start talking like we know these things, things like synchro and exceed, and to a lesser extend the contract and even the whole trio of people thing, though theyâ€™ve started to explain that more, the whole luck thing is still shady. If this show manages to explain those things, without loosing track of the way its going, I think it will be very interesting. However this very strong complexity the show has will also be its downfall if they donâ€™t handle it right. There is a lot going on and that can either make for a very interesting, deep and thought out plot, or confusion and a crappy show due to not being able to get drawn in to things you donâ€™t understand, I hope itâ€™s the first one.