Butlers: Chitose Momotose Monogatari – Season Final Recap (Is It Evil?)
That was actually better than I expected. How Evil are the final episodes of Butlers: Chitose Momotose Monogatari.
Butlers: Chitose Momotose Monogatari (Butlers X Battlers)
Studio: SILVER LINK.
Genre: Action, Comedy
Ha, I was right. Jay was just toying with his former friend. Jay rescued the captive without much trouble because he convinced the villain that he would join. After accepting his sister’s feeling though Jay has decided to protect what his sister gave up her life for which means everything must be protected. Jay starts off the final battle by throwing a few punches but the headmaster counters his every move and sends Jay flying into the dirt. Now I have to talk about Jay’s friends. Every single one of his friends from this time just watched the battle. The whole world is at stake and they are content with watching Jay and Hayakawa do all the work. The only other one that does anything is the butler with the vines and he’s badly injured when he helps out.
Anyway, Jay and Hayakawa seal that wonky hole in time in space just because everyone has gathered so I guess just by being there they helped. Defeated, the headmaster realized his evil ways and gave up. Yeah, I couldn’t even write that with a straight face. The Headmaster goes berserk and tries to take the pendant back while the portal is being sealed.
Yeah, I think he just broke somewhere in his head. The fight begins a new but it doesn’t last too long. Jay and Hayakawa tag team the headmaster with the theme song playing in the background. Jay even tries to save the guy but the head master gets sucked into the vortex right before it closes.
After the fight is over Jay finally comes to terms with never being able to see his sister again. I’m not going to lie that was sad. By following his sister’s wishes he gave up on seeing her again. Jay is reminded he is not alone by Hayakawa and he seems to cheer up a little.
The next day life returns to normal for everyone but all but Jay and Hayakawa have lost their powers because of the event. I think that means they won’t have powers unless they’re needed. They didn’t really explain how any of that worked.
Anyway, Jay bumps into someone who looks suspiciously like his supposedly dead sister. I’m not sure if it’s her or some reincarnation but it’s too weird not to mention. I’m not sure if this will be getting a second season. Things got tied up rather nice although if the headmaster is alive somewhere in the past that could be part of the next season.
Overall I’d say this final episode was about as Evil as a Killer Robot Army (8). This was a weird show. The description I read promised battles through time and I didn’t get that but what I got wasn’t bad. I did have to overlook somethings but overall I enjoyed myself. If you want something different checkout CVoyage’s of Black Clover. Well, that’s all I have for you today. Thanks for letting me waste your time, people.
Butlers: Chitose Momotose Monogatari is on Crunchyroll.
Keep It Classy,