Hisone to Masotan – Episodes 6 – 7 Recap (Is It Evil?)
Apparently, not every dragon is cute. How Evil are the 6th and 7th episodes of Hisone to Masotan?
We return to the island survival training as a storm approaches. The mean girl finishes her raft and is actually desperate enough to try leaving the island during the storm and eventually causes her dragon to use its afterburners to alert the others. I gotta give the dragon props. As badly as his master treats him, he has the patience of a saint and the loyalty to boot.
The mean girl doesn’t seem to get it and even when the dragon is suffering, she refuses to see him as a dragon. At least that’s what it seems like at first. She does finally tell the dragon that she accepts him as what he is and even names him. With the purpose of their mission complete, they return home as a team.
That was all of episode 6. I’m glad Eri (the mean girl) has finally come around. At least now she should be more likable. Anyway, episode 7 was… well… something completely different. I’m now fully convinced that Hisone works for an evil organization ruled by a madman bent on ruing her life and those of the other D-Pilots.
Before you start saying what CVoyage always says about my theories, I do have evidence to back this up, this time. You see, episode 7 started with the brass talking about the D-Pilots. The boss I guess said this about the D-Pilots and it’s kind of messed up.
Yes, he is talking about ruining any chances the girls have of falling in love. They even take it one step further by saying that the plan is to set up a romance and then crush it, leaving no hope of recovery. I think this is their version of offering pure maidens to dragons to appease them but that doesn’t make it any better.
Now, the brass has a few flaws in their plan. They con one of the D-Pilots to spy on the others and to find any relationships that might be developing with any of the guys. The spy’s timing, however, sucks. The one relationship that looks like it might become something goes unnoticed because the spy leaves before an important event happens. As a result of the terrible spy, the brass deems the possibility of relationships developing as low.
Overall these episodes are about as Evil as a Villain (9). If this wasn’t a comedy, episode 7 would’ve been pretty bad. If you want something that’s a little more romantic check out CVoyages reviews for 3D Kanojo: Real Girl. Well, that’s all I have for you today. Thanks for letting me waste your time, people.
Hisone to Masotan is currently streaming on Netflix.
Keep It Classy,