Butlers vs Butlers in a battle to save the world, awesome. How Evil are the 10th and 11th episodes of Butlers: Chitose Momotose Monogatari?
Butlers: Chitose Momotose Monogatari (Butlers X Battlers)
Studio: SILVER LINK.
Genre: Action, Comedy
Hayakawa’s and Jay’s rematch continues all while the bad guy’s plot gets even closer to coming into being. Jay’s anger about what happened to his sister is understandable and all but he seems to not be able to think of anything else. This may be leading somewhere horrible but we’ll talk about that later on.
While Jay and Hayakawa are kicking the crap out of each other Watson and Holmes seem to be discovering the true meaning of pain. Holmes gets hit so hard he gets amnesia but Watson’s powers activate restoring all of his memories instantly. Well, they sure could’ve used that earlier. Anyway, all of this madness is happening as a huge hole in space and time is opening above them.
Well, I timed this perfectly now I get to explain the menacing hole to the best of my understanding. Okay, the hole was made by the people of the bloodline when they were constantly trying to make revisions of the past. Upon discovering the hole two factions formed among the Butlers. The first side set out to seal the hole every 100 years by sacrificing a Blood Spirit which was Jay’s sister last time. The second of these groups set out to correct time to were the hole never exist in the first place. There is one problem which is pointed out in the show as well. If the hole was made by manipulating time it will only get worse with more manipulation.
Okay, that’s all I know about the hole. This time we got a lot of backstory on our main villain too. The headmaster himself is from 100 years ago just like Jay that part we knew. What we didn’t know was that he is the one who interrupted the ritual that caused this entire mess as well.
But why did he do all of this? You see he is part of the Butlers who want to destroy the hole in time and space. He is carrying out something his father told him to do right before he died at least that’s what he says. He may want vengeance too but that remains to be seen. Oh, most of what we learn from this episode comes from him, he does an awful lot of talking.
And then we get to the point here Jay agrees to go back in time with him. Look I think it’s dumb if Jay actually goes through with this. I think he’s pissed that someone he thought of as a friend was using him as a puppet and now it’s gone time. If Jay really wants to go back in time I’m sure he can find another way his ancestors have done it multiple times. I seriously doubt he will be going along with the villain. Just look at his face that is a look of anger.
Overal these episodes are about as Evil as a Killer Robot Army (8). This has really gotten interesting although it seems like it may need a second season to wrap everything up. I’m still waiting for the traveling through time and fighting evil I was promised. If you want something that is less confusing checkout CVoyage’s reviews for My Hero Academia. Well, that’s all I have for you today. Thanks for letting me waste your time, people.
Butlers: Chitose Momotose Monogatari is Simulcast on Crunchyroll, Wednesdays at 2:00pm EST.
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