Khun, you’re a genius and I hate you. Seriously, I’d hate to play him chess.
So we get launched back into the game of tag with Team A. Khun is apparently the leader of the group and his plans pretty much stay one step ahead of the guy they’re supposed to beat. Every time the guy tries to outsmart Khun, his plan just pops back up in another unsuspecting way. And then we come to the kicker, Khun has engineered Team A’s failure. Every twist in his plan was to get the team’s confidence so that when they lose. No one could expect his involvement.
You clever bastard. He did all of that just to give Bam a chance to pass the test too. I love how much he just played everyone but there is a problem. The guy who is testing them doesn’t seem to want to keep their agreement. I’m assuming that might somehow also be part of the plan but that would be a little too easy. I hope that that’s not the direction they end up going with it.
Endorsi is back! And she’s Team B’s leader… I’m not sure how I feel about that but at least she’s a fun character. It ended with her kicking a member of her own team so I’m sure the next episode will be interesting. Overall it was enjoyable. Anyway, That’s everything I have for you. Make sure to check out Burning Sky when you get the chance. Keep It Classy.