Okay! My internet is back so let’s get right back into this anime.
The Hero Is Overpowered but Overly Cautious
Kono Yuusha ga Ore Tueee Kuse ni Shinchou sugiru
Studio(s): White Fox
Genre(s): Adventure, Comedy, Fantasy, Harem, Isekai
So it didn’t happen the way I thought it would but it was better than I hoped for. Seiya has shown, once again, that he does care about his allies. I’m starting to think this is the first time he’s had friends. That would explain why he’s so bad with people and why, when it counts, he shows how much he cares even if the way he tells them is a little off.
Favorite Sequence or Scene
The ritual. Seiya fought the dragonkin, took down a freakin dragon, and completed the ritual via an alternative means. And he did all that just to save a party member.
Admittedly it’s not the best line. But Ristarte’s reaction to it made it my favorite. It also shows Seiya does value her for something. Which, up until now, didn’t seem to be the case. He treated her like an annoyance so at least we know he cares for her cooking too.
I mean, did you expect it to be anyone else when there’s action involved? Seiya moved everything, this time around. He even showed off that he has a soft…ish side for his allies. And we also learned his good at tricking people. That whole trick with the sword was hilarious.
And there you have it. This was a lot more enjoyable than the last episode. I think that’s all that I have for you today. What do y’all think about this series so far? Is it still fun for you? Let me know in the comments section below. Thanks for letting me waste your time. Oh and be sure to check on Voyager’s My Hero Academia coverage. when you get the chance. Keep It Classy.
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