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That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 2 Episode 40

That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 2 Episode 40

Walpurgis

When I think of Walpurgis, I think of the calamity-level witch from Madoka Magica. But in TenSura, Walpurgis is a lot less interesting. Rather than a world-ending witch, it’s simply the name for a conference of demon lords — and not even real demon lords, at that.

In That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 2 Part 2 Episode 40, Ramiris explains that if three demon lords agree to call for a Walpurgis, all of the other demon lords are obligated to show up. And the topic of discussion is whatever the demon lords who called Walpurgis decide.

This time around, it was Clayman, Milim, and Frey who called for a Walpurgis, with Rimuru as the topic of discussion. Specifically, the meeting is going to focus on how Rimuru has claimed himself as a demon lord, and then allegedly broke the non-aggression pact between the demon lords.

Milim, Clayman, and Frey from the anime series That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 2 Part 2
Milim, Clayman, and Frey

When you consider that Clayman isn’t even a real demon lord, his actions are pretty pathetic. But, I guess being a demon lord in name only has its perks. After all, he was able to get both Milim and Frey to go along with his plan somehow.

What’s still a bit unclear to me, though, is what the point of this Walpurgis really is. Milim has already taken down Carrion and Clayman’s forces are going to reach Eurazania in two days. That’s before the Walpurgis is set to occur in three days’ time.

It seems a bit odd to hold the Walpurgis after you’ve already wiped out the nation of another demon lord. Unless, of course, the Walpurgis is just being called so that Clayman can act like he followed the proper procedure. I’m sure keeping up appearances is important among demon lords.

True Demon Lords

I’ll get to discussing Clayman specifically in the following section. For now, let’s just take a look at the claim made by Ramiris that there are “demon lords” and there are true demon lords. But what’s odd is that there doesn’t seem to be a difference between the two from a diplomatic standpoint.

What I mean by that is that it doesn’t appear to matter whether someone is a true demon lord or a demon lord in name only. As long as they hold the title of demon lord, they can control a demon lord domain, forge mutual pacts with other demon lords, and even call for a Walpurgis.

With that said, there does appear to be a fundamental difference between the two types of demon lord. Rimuru is a true demon lord because he massacred a bunch of people to receive the title and stat boosts associated with it. False demon lords haven’t done that.

Ramiris from the anime series That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 2 Part 2
Ramiris

We don’t actually know what gives a false demon lord the right to take on the demon lord title just yet. If I had to guess, it’s just that they’re powerful enough to refer to themselves in that way. Of course, this then begs the question, “Why wouldn’t the true demon lords put a stop to that?”

If I was a true demon lord and some random guy who wasn’t a demon lord started calling himself one and acting like he had the same authority as me, I’d probably make an example out of him. I find it hard to believe the false demon lords are truly on the same level as the true demon lords.

So, who are the true demon lords? Rimuru and Milim definitely are. Aside from those two, I’d say Kazaream and Valentine probably are as well. Cromwell, Carrion, and Frey might be. I doubt Ramiris is. And Clayman obviously isn’t.

Fake Demon Lord Clayman

Remember when I said that false demon lords were probably strong enough to be allowed to claim that title? Clayman may be an exception. I’ve said this in the past about him — and people disagreed with me in the comments — but Clayman doesn’t seem like a real threat.

He’s always just hiding away in his castle within his domain. We’ve actually never seen him outside of his castle. Is that because he’s afraid of leaving? It seems like it. He’s even sent his majin to Eurazania on his behalf instead of going himself.

On top of all that, he’s attempting to become a true demon lord in such a roundabout way that it makes me doubt he could become one by normal means. I’m having a hard time believing Clayman could have annihilated the Falmuth army as Rimuru did.

Clayman's "Four Fingers" from the anime series That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 2 Part 2
Clayman’s “Four Fingers”

Look, I’m sure that Clayman will eventually become a threat since he’s been in the series for a while. Maybe he’ll actually succeed in becoming a true demon lord. But if Rimuru was to go up against Clayman now, I think Rimuru would win.

Of course, Rimuru is a true demon lord now, so he’s bound to be stronger than a false demon lord like Clayman. But even if Rimuru fought Clayman before becoming a true demon lord, I still think he would win.

I will say, though, that I’d be completely fine if Clayman never actually becomes a threat. Having fake demon lords running around just makes me doubt all the others. I’d rather Clayman just get defeated soon so we can move on to the true demon lords as antagonists.

Conclusion

What do you think about That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 2 Part 2 Episode 40? Do you think Clayman calling a Walpurgis is just to appease the other demon lords? Or is there more to his plan? And which demon lords do you think are true demon lords? Let me know in the comments.

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To Your Eternity Episode 15

To Your Eternity Episode 15

Honorable Death

To Your Eternity Episode 15 confirms something I pointed out in my review of Episode 14, that Parona is dead. We don’t know how she died, but Pioran claims that she probably died an honorable death by defending someone weaker than her.

Pioran knows that’s the kind of person Parona was, and I have to say that I agree with her. I’m certain that Parona died while defending Ninannah from an attack by the Yanome. As I mentioned last week, Hayase probably led soldiers to the village to capture or kill everyone there.

And, as I also previously mentioned, this seems to be implied by the upcoming events of the story. It hasn’t been confirmed yet, but I’m still certain that Hayase is on Jananda island and is the one who tasked Tonari with luring Pioran and Fushi to the island.

Tonari from the anime series To Your Eternity
Tonari

Once Fushi comes face to face with Hayase (which seems to be in the next episode), we’ll probably learn about what really happened to Parona. I don’t think it’s a coincidence that Hayase is returning to relevance right after we find out Parona is dead.

Now, Parona is the first character to die off-screen who Fushi can transform into. Sure, we didn’t see Gugu die, but we saw when it happened. I think the only reason Parona’s death wasn’t on-screen is that she wasn’t the main character of her arc.

So, how is Tonari going to die? Tonari is the main character of the Jananda island arc, and so it’s only natural that she’s going to die by the end of it. Well, if you’ve paid attention to the OP of the series, you may already have an idea.

Tonari is the Worst

I’d like to preface this section by saying that I don’t actually know what’s going to happen in the future of this series. But, I’m going to be discussing some of what we see in the OP, which some people may consider spoilers. You’ve been warned.

First of all, I think Tonari is going to have an honorable death just like Parona. Why? Because Parona’s honorable death was brought up in this arc and Tonari is anything but honorable. She’s the worst. She lies, cheats, scams, and doesn’t really care about anyone but herself and her friends.

And that’s exactly why her having an honorable death at the end of the arc would be good for her character development. My guess is that Tonari is going to commit suicide, and possibly take Hayase down with her.

Fushi (Parona) protecting his opponent in the colosseum from the anime series To Your Eternity
Fushi (Parona) protecting his opponent in the colosseum

There are a few things in the OP that lead me to this conclusion. First, we see that Tonari’s friends are apparently infected by a Nokker and look like zombies. If her friends are zombified, then Tonari doesn’t really have anything to live for anymore.

On top of that, there are two scenes in which we see Hayase holding Tonari over what appears to be a volcano. And in the second of these scenes, Tonari looks towards the viewer and is crying blood. It seems pretty clear to me that this is the scene before she dies.

So, my guess is that Hayase uses Tonari as a hostage to get Fushi to surrender. But, since Tonari has nothing left to live for, she sacrifices herself. Either she throws herself into the volcano so she can’t be used as a hostage, or she pulls Hayase into the volcano with her.

In either case, her death could be seen as honorable because she sacrificed herself to help Fushi defeat his enemy.

Teamwork Makes the Dream Work

I believe it was twice in this episode that Tonari told Fushi that sometimes you need to rely on other people. Sure, Tonari probably isn’t someone Fushi should be taking advice from. But at the end of this episode, we saw that Fushi was able to take down the Nokker thanks to everyone’s help.

Of course, this isn’t the first time Fushi has teamed up with someone to take down an enemy — he did the same with Gugu. But what I’m wondering is how this is going to change Fushi moving forward. After all, Gugu died when he fought alongside Fushi, so this is a very different outcome.

Is the fact that the islanders fought alongside him only going to be relevant to Fushi’s character within this arc? For example, is it going to make the fact that they get turned into zombies more impactful, but otherwise be forgotten once he leaves the island?

Fushi (Parona) regaining his lost forms from the anime series To Your Eternity
Fushi (Parona) regaining his lost forms

Or, is this a sign that Fushi is going to be more trusting of other people going forward? If he doesn’t end up saving Pioran by the end of the arc, he’s going to be alone again. Will he seek out new companions? Or will he attempt to avoid them so as to protect them from the Nokkers?

I think it’s clear that Fushi is going to keep coming into close contact with various people throughout his travels. That’s what the series is all about. But I’m looking forward to seeing if his experience on Jananda island changes anything about how he views others.

If he does start trusting and becoming close to humans again, does that lessen the impact Gugu’s death had on him in any way? I don’t think so. Gugu wouldn’t want Fushi to live his life alone.

Conclusion

What do you think of To Your Eternity Episode 15? Do you actually like Tonari? I think she’s an interesting character, but I hate her as a person. How do you think she’s going to die? And what lesson do you think Fushi will learn from this arc? Let me know in the comments.

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My Hero Academia Episode 105

My Hero Academia Episode 105

Endeavor Recap

Another week, another extremely boring episode of My Hero Academia Season 5. I wasn’t planning on reviewing Episode 105 since I was busy yesterday. But since there’s, unfortunately, no Boruto episode today, I guess this is what I’m doing.

This episode included everything I hate about My Hero Academia. I’d argue that the majority of the episode was nothing more than a recap of Todoroki’s family situation. And on top of that, it featured slice of life content.

Of course, I don’t have an issue with slice of life in general. There are plenty of great slice of life anime. I just don’t care about any of the My Hero Academia characters enough to want to see them in slice of life settings. It does nothing for me.

Endeavor, but he's not on fire from the anime series My Hero Academia Season 5
Endeavor, but he’s not on fire

I believe I heard that most people enjoyed this Endeavor arc in the manga more than the tournament arc that came before it. For me, it’s the opposite. Endeavor has the potential to be an interesting character. But the pacing of this arc is so slow that I find myself losing interest.

We already know that Endeavor is estranged from his family. We know why his wife is gone, his children hate him, etc. There’s no reason to bring all of that up again in such detail. Just have it mentioned as a passing comment to serve as a quick reminder and then move on.

Because the series is focusing so heavily on Endeavor’s relationship with his family right now, it feels like it’s just cheapening Endeavor’s character development. For example, he’s going to have some development next week, but I don’t think it’s going to land because it’s so overdone that it looks like filler.

Flaming Sidekickers

I’m not sure if we got the name of Endeavor’s sidekick group before, but it’s now been revealed that they’re called the Flaming Sidekickers. From what I can tell, not all of them have flame-based quirks. But, if you’re an aspiring hero with a flame-based quirk, Endeavor is probably who you want to work for.

Since I can’t remember if any of the Flaming Sidekickers aside from Burnin were actually named and had their quirks explained, I’m just going to assume she was the only one. And it feels like a bit of a waste to not have her playing a bigger role in this arc.

If she’s going to be named and have her quirk explained to us, I’d like to see her in action as well. I get that Deku, Bakugo, and Todoroki are training directly under Endeavor. But it would still be neat to maybe see them have some additional training under Burnin.

Burnin from the anime series My Hero Academia Season 5
Burnin

In case you don’t remember, Burnin’s quirk allows her to freely control the fire that makes up her hair. I’m pretty sure her hair fire can even physically interact with things. So her quirk is kind of like a fire version of Shiozaki’s vine hair quirk from Class 1-B.

What makes Burnin’s quirk fairly relevant to the story is that it’s also similar to Deku’s new Blackwhip quirk. If Deku wants to get better at controlling and manipulating Blackwhip, Burnin would probably be the perfect teacher for him.

Something tells me that isn’t going to happen, though. While this arc is definitely about the development of Deku, Bakugo, and Todoroki as heroes, it’s just as much about the development of Endeavor as a character. I don’t really see Endeavor being sidelined for even a short period so that Burnin can have time to shine.

The Todoroki Family

Have we actually been given Endeavor’s real name yet? I’m sure we have, but I can’t think of what it is, and looking it up will probably just spoil me on something else. Anyway, his wife is Rei, his daughter is Fuyumi, and his sons are Toya, Natsuo, and Shouto.

Of everyone in the Todoroki family, I think my favorite is actually Fuyumi. Rei and Natsuo are barely even characters, so I’m not choosing either of them. Toya is dead (more on that in a bit), so we really don’t know anything about him. And while Endeavor and Shouto are pretty good, I don’t have strong opinions on them.

What makes Fuyumi interesting is that she’s a minor character, so we don’t see her all that much, and yet she’s one of the more developed characters. I love side characters who have real personalities rather than simply representing some basic emotion or character archetype.

Fuyumi Todoroki from the anime series My Hero Academia Season 5
Fuyumi Todoroki

So, let’s talk about Toya for a moment. It’s always been implied that he was dead, but Episode 105 has now confirmed that fact. Up until this point, Natsuo had mentioned him quite a few times, but we’d never actually seen him even when “the whole family” was together.

I’m also not entirely sure if Toya was the oldest child or just the oldest of the boys. Natsuo refers to him as his older brother. But I don’t believe we’ve ever heard Fuyumi mention Toya as being older or younger than her. Still, I’d guess that Toya was the oldest of them all.

Why I’m guessing this is that even when we see Natsuo and Fuyumi playing together as children, Toya is nowhere to be seen. This seems to imply that he had already died by that point, which would make him older than them based on his apparent age in his photo at the family shrine.

Conclusion

What do you think of My Hero Academia Season 5 Episode 105? Did you like the episode? Or did you feel like it was mostly recap as I did? And which member of the Todoroki family is your favorite so far? I’d be surprised if Natsuo is anyone’s favorite.

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That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 2 Episode 39

That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 2 Episode 39

Demon Lord Recount

I would say that it’s embarrassing to have to start off this review of TenSura Season 2 Part 2 Episode 39 with a correction of the Episode 38 review. But I don’t care enough about this series to be concerned about being wrong. Anyway, let me set the record straight.

If you read the previous review, you may recall that I said there were eight demon lords, including Rimuru. Well, that’s incorrect. It turns out that there are at least 10 demon lords, but probably more. 11 or 12 seems like a more realistic number to me.

I’m not going to lie, I completely forgot that Ramiris was a demon lord. So, if we add her to the count from last week, we get nine. But, in this episode, Ramiris also states that she’s one of the “10 Great Demon Lords.” So that’s where I’m getting the lower bound of 10 from.

Fairy of the Labyrinth, Ramiris from the anime series That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 2 Part 2
Fairy of the Labyrinth, Ramiris

The reason I say that 10 is the low estimate is that I seriously doubt the “10 Great Demon Lords” grouping includes Rimuru since he just awakened. Therefore, Rimuru would be the 11th demon lord. But what about the 12th that I suggested?

Last week, the demon lord Kazaream was revived. Since that demon lord was dead, sealed, or otherwise out of commission, I’m not sure if they’re included in the “10 Great Demon Lords” either. If they aren’t, then they would be the 12th current demon lord.

Also, last week it was mentioned that there used to be seven demon lords. It’s unclear whether these seven are distinct from the 10 which Ramiris is a part of. The seven demon lords could refer to an older and separate group that Kazaream, Valentine, and probably Millim were part of.

Time to Build Another Nation

At the end of the day, That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime is a city-builder anime. It’s not about adventure or action. It’s about diplomacy and upgrading the city of Tempest. But, Tempest is pretty upgraded at this point. If it gets upgraded any more, it’s just going to be a modern city.

So, naturally, it’s time to move on and begin building a new city and country to go with it. Rimuru’s already built a nation from scratch, though. This time, he plans to tear down the nation of Falmuth and rebuild it with Youm as its king.

How Rimuru plans to take over Falmuth is pretty “evil.” I mean, he already slaughtered 20,000 soldiers from the country, most of whom would have liked to surrender. And now, he wants to throw their country into a civil war with the goal of swooping in after both sides have killed each other.

King Gazel intimidating Youm from the anime series That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 2 Part 2
King Gazel intimidating Youm

We don’t really get any indication that Rimuru’s allies are thinking about this, but Rimuru’s actions have to be on their minds, right? Sure, the elf guy asks what Rimuru plans to accomplish with his demon lord powers. But that’s a very general question that’s more lip service than anything else.

The question they should be asking is, “will my country end up like Falmuth?” If Rimuru wanted to, he could slaughter the armies of his allies. He could also tear down their countries from the inside by instigating civil wars. And as they’ve seen, he doesn’t have any reservations about taking these actions.

If anything goes wrong in their countries, they’ll have to consider the possibility that RImuru is pulling the strings from the shadows. To be fair, Rimuru effectively rules over all of his allies already. If they do anything to go against what he wants, they’ll be destroyed.

What is Clayman Doing?

I’ve expressed my confusion over everything the demon lord Clayman is doing a few times now over the course of this season (including Part 1). In this episode, he refers to his awakening and how he plans to kill a bunch of people to achieve it.

To me, that sounds like his plan is to level up to a super demon lord (title pending). We know that it takes a massive amount of souls to become a demon lord in the first place. Clayman should have already accomplished that considering his title.

So does it take even more souls to become something more than a demon lord? If that’s the case, why was he trying to turn the orc lord into a new demon lord? Based on what he’s said, that doesn’t seem like it would help him accomplish his goal.

Clayman's comically evil-looking castle from the anime series That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 2 Part 2
Clayman’s comically evil-looking castle

I’ve also considered that perhaps killing another demon lord is one way to level up as a demon lord. If it takes X amount of souls to become a demon lord, maybe every demon lord still contains that amount of souls. So if you kill a demon lord, it’s the same as killing X amount of people.

That still doesn’t explain why Clayman has sent Millim and Frey to take down Carrion, though. You’d think if that was how it worked, Clayman would want to take him down. Unless Clayman is weaker than Carrion and needs Millim and Frey to weaken him first.

But, then there’s still Clayman’s relationships with the other demon lords that don’t make sense. I don’t think Clayman is actually controlling Millim, just tricking her. But Clayman does serve Kazaream and Laplace implied he may be being controlled by someone else.

If I had to guess, Laplace was referring to Yuuki Kagurazaka — the one who revived Kazaream.

Conclusion

What do you think of That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 2 Part 2 Episode 39? Have any other demon lords been named who I’m forgetting? There should be at least one more. And do you think Clayman is being controlled? Let me know in the comments.

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To Your Eternity Episode 14

To Your Eternity Episode 14

Jananda, Island of Freedom

To Your Eternity Episode 14 has given us more insight into the island of Jananda. In my review of Episode 13, I expressed that the island didn’t really make sense. It’s a prison island, so why are we having a tournament arc in a colosseum there?

Well, now everything makes a bit more sense. Jananda is still a prison island, but we now know that it’s completely run by the criminals who live there. So many criminals were shipped there that the government could no longer control them. The result is that the criminals are left to their own devices.

Murder is completely legal on the island. And because of this, the island’s leaders never last very long. So, when it comes time for a new leader to be chosen, a battle-to-the-death tournament begins. That’s why we’re having a tournament arc.

Tonari and Fushi from the anime series To Your Eternity
Tonari and Fushi

Okay, to be fair, this still seems like an excuse to have a tournament arc to me. But, at least there’s context now. And on top of that, this doesn’t seem to be a normal tournament arc. The tournament battles aren’t the focus.

Last week, we also didn’t know why Fushi and Pioran were tricked into getting on the ship that was headed to Jananda. This week, Tonari mentions that she brought them onto the ship because Pioran is actually a criminal wanted for multiple murders in Yanome.

Does this mean that Yanome controls the island of Jananda? I don’t think that’s the case. Since Fushi smelled something familiar on the island, and we were told there’s a “guest” from Yanome there, I’m going to bet that it’s Hayase.

From all of the hints Tonari has dropped, it seems like Hayase left Yanome on a mission to track down Pioran. She then hired Tonari to bring Pioran to the island, where Hayase plans to capture her (and Fushi).

Tonari’s Crew

Tonari is the leader of her own crew, but there is an older man whom she refers to as “boss.” As far as I can tell, this “boss” is her employer. And what’s Tonari’s job? Well, it seems that her job is to round up criminals and bring them to Jananda.

Why exactly Tonari does this is a bit unclear, but I have a fairly good idea. You see, Tonari isn’t one of the prisoners on the island. She’s the relative of a prisoner and was most likely born on Jananda. As a non-prisoner, her job is to bring new prisoners to the island.

However, it seems pretty clear to me that non-prisoners aren’t completely free. After all, if they were, they wouldn’t be branded. If Tonari attempted to flee when on the mainland, she would probably be tracked down, captured, and turned into a real prisoner.

Tonari and her crew showing Fushi around from the anime series To Your Eternity
Tonari and her crew showing Fushi around

Still, fleeing seems like the best options for someone in her position, right? Well, I think the reason she doesn’t run away when she has the chance is because there’s something tying her to Jananda. That something is her crew. She doesn’t want to escape without them.

You might expect that her prisoner relative is why she’s staying. But, considering she makes no mention of who that relative is, I doubt she’s close to them if they’re even still alive. Instead, it seems that her plan is to use the tournament to secure freedom for herself and the rest of her crew.

But, Tonari knows that she can’t win the tournament herself. That’s where Fushi comes in. Since he’s immortal, he can win the tournament and be the permanent ruler of Jananda. That will then allow Tonari and her crew to escape.

Parona Returns!

In this episode, Fushi develops a further two transformations and may have set up a third. The first new transformation is that of a mole. And the transformation setup is when he got grabbed by Liggard the owl while in his new mole form.

That’s all great, but the really interesting new transformation is Parona. Parona is obviously from the same arc as March, but this is the first time that Fushi has taken her form. He does so because he can’t remember March’s form (or that of Oniguma) and Parona is connected to her.

But, the fact that Fushi transforms into Parona isn’t all that interesting on its own. This is his fourth human transformation, after all — it’s not new. And Parona’s “ability” is simply that she’s a nimble and strong fighter.

Fushi transformed into Parona from the anime series To Your Eternity
Fushi transformed into Parona

What makes Fushi’s transformation into Parona interesting is that this is the first time he’s transformed into someone or something who isn’t known to be deceased. He only transformed into everyone and everything else after they died.

I believe it was explicitly stated in an earlier episode that he can’t turn into something that’s still alive. So, does that mean Parona is dead? I’m going to bet that it does. And even further than that, I’m going to predict that everyone from Ninannah village is dead.

Consider that Hayase is (probably) the person from Yanome on Jananda island. Do you think she wouldn’t have gone back to Ninannah in search of Parona and Pioran? I’m betting she did, and that she destroyed the village when she got there.

I really don’t think it’s a coincidence that Fushi has obtained Parona’s form at the same time that Hayase reappeared in the series. Sure, Parona has probably been dead for a bit, so it’s a coincidence in-universe. But I don’t think it’s a coincidence as far as the story is concerned.

Conclusion

What are your thoughts on To Your Eternity Episode 14? Has your opinion of the Jananda island arc changed now that we have more context? Which member of Tonari’s crew is your favorite? And do you think Fushi’s transformation into Parona means that she’s dead? Let me know in the comments.

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