And the plot thickens. How Evil is Code: Realize episode 7?
Spurred on by the findings of the last episode, Cardia leaves the group in order to find her own answers. Sounds like a bad idea but let’s roll with it. At least we know she’s trained, right? She should be able to handle things by herself. For the most part, she did some pretty good sleuthing. She does find out something really important, but we’ll get to that later.
Cardia returns to her hometown in this episode. You know, the one where everyone considers her a monster? Yeah, she gets to her house and uncovers the clue just fine, but she gets spotted by the locals who form a mob so she can’t leave quietly. Gee, it’s almost like going back into a hostile town was a bad idea. Because of her somewhat docile nature and some past baggage revolving around misplaced guilt, she won’t fight back. Even if she did, it’s a mob… with weapons.
Lupin eventually saves her after a pep talk convinces her to return to the group. On the way back, she allows him to look at that clue I mentioned earlier. The clue tells them exactly where the Twilight base is. Huh, maybe she should’ve run away sooner. Here’s the kicker though. The base is in London.
The part of the clue that revealed this information is a letter to Cardia from her father. I say “letter,” but it’s more like an invitation to join Twilight. While there is little chance that she will join, I’m sure Twilight will get a visit very soon. Once they quell the fire destroying London, right now.
Apparently, Code Realise has been activated. Code Realise is the name of the Twilight project Cardia’s dad is spearheading. I’d say this episode was about as evil as a Killer Robot Army. I do have some minor gripes with Cardia running off and needing to be rescued, but she did find what she was looking for. And I don’t think she has had enough training to take on a mob just yet. If you liked this recap, check out our other things.
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