Training montage time! That means things are gonna get even more epic.
With the crown game over I was hoping that we would dive more into Bam’s mysterious powers. I wasn’t expecting everyone to be assigned classes and to be trained in them. With all of that going down in one episode, I’m expecting the action to ramp up very soon. Why else would you train everyone if that wasn’t the next step? Anyway, Rak probably had the funniest moment with his training. He actually got shown up and left to train on his own. It was even better when he returned and passed the test for his class.
Bam’s training seems rather basic but he’s learning how to control his powers so that’s a good thing. He had to form a contract with a dragon looking thing but it seems that the contract acts as a limiter. Which, judging by the last episode, that’s something he needed. Khun had a test too but it mainly served as a plot device to reveal more information on Anaak.
Anaak is indeed a fake. She is Anaak’s daughter, here to take revenge on the princesses and apparently take all their swords as trophies or proof of the deed. That explains her anger problem and it also means we have a classic tale of revenge mixed in with everything else going on. Oh, and Rachel thought it’d be a good idea to lie to Bam but it seems that plan didn’t really work the way she intended it. He’s staying away but not because he thinks she’s someone else. I think that’s all I’ve got for you. I’m really enjoying this show and I can’t wait to see what’s in store for us next. Thanks for letting me waste your time and be sure to check out Burning Sky when you get the chance. Keep It Classy Y’all.