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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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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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To Your Eternity Episode 13

To Your Eternity Episode 13

Journey Out of Takunaha

Okay, so I know that some people are going to think that this was a fairly boring episode after Episode 12. But, I’m here to tell you that To Your Eternity Episode 13 was actually really good. Why is that? Because we got a map and the names of three locations.

Previously, we knew about Ninannah and Yanome. Ninannah is the forested homeland of March and Parona. Yanome is located relatively close to Ninannah and is the nation that controls Ninannah. I believe Hayase is the only named character from Yanome.

The three new location names we get in this episode are Takunaha, Sarlnine, and Jananda. Unfortunately, we still don’t know the name of the village where Fushi met his first human. But, regardless, getting three new location names is pretty exciting.

Fushi and Pioran leaving Takunaha from the anime series To Your Eternity
Fushi and Pioran leaving Takunaha

Takunaha is apparently the name of the region where Gugu, Rean, and Booze Man are from. If I’m remembering correctly, Pioran is also originally from Takunaha as well. I believe she was (is?) married to Booze Man, but was captured by the Yanome people and taken around Ninannah.

Now, both Fushi and Pioran are traveling out of Takunaha, after being reunited on the road. And, during their journey, we get to see a new type of animal that lives in this region: Crab flowers. We haven’t seen too many animals in this series, so let’s take a closer look at this one.

As the name implies, crab flowers are (fairly large) crabs with flowers growing on top. Both the crab’s body and flower are edible. But it’s unclear if the flower is a parasitic plant or actually a part of the crab. What we do know is that the crab’s “eyes” are actually parasitic bugs that are inedible.

Sarlnine, the Animal Paradise

The next location named in the episode is Sarlnine, which Pioran describes as an animal paradise. According to her, although a ship regularly stops there as part of its route between continents, rarely anyone actually stays there.

For this reason, Pioran suggests that it’s the perfect location for Fushi to train for his upcoming battles against the Nokkers. Not only will he not have to worry about people finding out about his powers, but he also won’t have to worry about protecting people in the event a Nokker attacks him.

From the way Pioran describes it, I’m imagining Fushi training at Sarlnine to be similar to when Luffy trained on Ruskaina Island for two years. My guess for why nobody settles there is because there are many dangerous animals — similar to Oniguma — that call Sarlnine home.

Pioran showing Fushi the way to Sarlnine from the anime series To Your Eternity
Pioran showing Fushi the way to Sarlnine

We don’t actually get to see what Sarlnine looks like other than the drawing of it on the map. But, from the map, we know that it’s to the southwest of Takunaha. I don’t remember where Ninannah is in relation to Takunaha if that was ever mentioned.

In the end, Fushi and Pioran don’t end up going to Sarlnine because they’re tricked into getting on a different boat instead. I wonder if this means that we’ll never go to Sarlnine. Maybe they’ll get there after leaving the island they’re at now, Jananda. Or, maybe they’ll just skip Sarlnine altogether.

At this point, I’m not entirely sure which I’d prefer. Obviously, I’d like to see Sarlnine and for it to be explored. But at the same time, I’m not someone who thinks that every location in a fictional world needs to be explored. Part of good world-building is leaving some locations up to the imagination.

Jananda Island Tournament Arc

I know I’ve been praising this episode so far, but that’s about to change. Jananda is the third and final location that we learn about. It’s a prison island where prisoners participate in death battle tournaments. Sounds good, right? Everyone loves a tournament arc.

Well, for now at least, this whole Jananda island arc doesn’t really make any sense. I’m guessing that we’ll eventually learn why the girl tricked Fushi and Pioran into getting on the prison ship. But for now, there’s no good explanation. I thought it was a slave ship, but we quickly learned it isn’t.

As soon as one of the guards noticed that Fushi wasn’t branded as a prisoner, he was allowed to leave. So it’s not as if the girl is part of a slave-trading operation and was capturing those two. I have a feeling that the answer isn’t going to be satisfying.

The children of Jananda Island from the anime series To Your Eternity
The children of Jananda Island

On top of that, I have no idea why there’s going to be a tournament arc on this prison island. Why is there a giant colosseum on this island? Do spectators come to watch the prisoners fight? What’s all this about their dreams being realized if they win?

To me, Jananda island just feels out of place — primarily the fact that there’s going to be a tournament arc on it. I don’t see what that adds to the story unless it’s to show Fushi the worst of humanity. But even then, I think that could be done a better way, such as through a war.

Jamming a tournament arc in is such an odd choice for this series. But, at least we know that this is the arc in which Fushi gains his owl form. It was just established that he can turn into living things only after they die, which is why he was about to kill the owl with the arrow.

Conclusion

What do you think of To Your Eternity Episode 13? Do you like learning about locations in fantasy series as much as I do? Do you expect Fushi and Pioran to ever get to Sarlnine? And what are your thoughts on the Jananda island tournament arc? Let me know in the comments.

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To Your Eternity Episode 12

To Your Eternity Episode 12

Fushi and Gugu Tag-Team

Episode 12 is easily the best episode of To Your Eternity so far. And, as I’ll go into later, I also think it was the best episode of any anime I’ve watched this season. It even gave me the same feelings as my favorite episode of anime ever.

But, I’m getting ahead of myself. Let’s really begin this review by going over the tag-team fight Fushi and Gugu had against the Nokker. This is the kind of action I’ve been wanting ever since the first fight against a Nokker.

At the beginning of the series, I honestly wasn’t expecting there to be any action. But with the March arc, it was clear that there would be some. And once the Nokkers were introduced, it was obvious there would be a fairly significant amount of action going forward.

Fushi holding up the mansion ceiling from the anime series To Your Eternity
Fushi holding up the mansion ceiling

So, what made this fight so good? Well, first of all, it had some very good animation. It wasn’t a long fight scene of constantly great animation. But it definitely had its moments, which is all I really need from a series like this.

More importantly, though, we got to see Fushi and Gugu make plenty of use of both of their powers. Gugu used his fire and Fushi used his transformation and creation abilities in dynamic ways. I loved seeing Fushi go from one transformation to the next depending on what he needed at the moment.

Also, by the end of the battle, I’m pretty sure Fushi lost two transformations and gained one. He lost Oniguma right at the beginning, he lost March partway through, and he gained Gugu in the end. R.I.P. Gugu.

Gugu the Hero

As I’ve been saying for weeks now, Gugu wasn’t going to still be alive by the end of this arc. And further, just last week, in my review of Episode 11, I pointed out that Gugu’s “dream” of being loved by Rean could be accomplished without the two of them getting married.

The first sign that Gugu wasn’t going to make it out of this episode alive was when he shook off Rean’s hand and rushed to Fushi’s aid in the collapsed mansion. He loves Rean, but he’s the kind of person who would rather die saving someone than getting to live a happy life himself.

I actually thought that he was going to suffer wounds in the battle against the Nokker and die that way. His leaving Rean was the perfect setup for that. And when we got that close-up shot of Fushi smiling as March, I expected Gugu to be the one to get attacked rather than Fushi.

Gugu preventing rubble from crushing Rean from the anime series To Your Eternity
Gugu preventing rubble from crushing Rean

In the end, Gugu obviously dies while protecting Rean from being crushed by a pile of rubble within the mansion. And, as I just explained, Gugu wouldn’t have wanted to die any other way. He even got a kiss in the end, so good for him.

After Gugu’s death, Fushi, Pioran, and Booze man hide the fact that Gugu died from Rean. At first, it seems like she falls for it, but in the ending scene of the episode, we see that she knows Gugu is dead. How exactly she figured this out is unclear.

But what’s more unclear is why Fushi would disguise himself as Gugu in the end. It didn’t seem like he did it because he wanted to make Rean happy. He did it to hide his un-aged appearance from her. So why not just go into his Joaan form instead?

Lying to Rean about Gugu’s death seems a bit cruel to me.

Best Episode of the Season

The action in the first half of this episode definitely contributes to me saying that it was the best episode of the entire season (across all the anime I watched). But, the action alone isn’t enough. If that was all I wanted, then Vivy: Fluorite Eye’s Song would have the best episode.

What really makes this episode the best of the season is that it almost made me cry. I have 455 anime completed as of the writing of this review, according to MyAnimeList. And so far, I’ve never actually cried due to an anime — or at all in the past 12 years.

But, I’m always looking for an anime that will make it happen. The movie In This Corner of the World almost did it, and that’s a 10/10 movie, in my opinion. Violet Evergarden Episode 10 also almost did it and is what I consider to be the single greatest episode of anime.

Everyone mourning Gugu's death from the anime series To Your Eternity
Everyone mourning Gugu’s death

The entire scene of Gugu realizing that he died was perfect. That part of the episode alone was a 10/10. Having everyone walking with Gugu freeze and then get blown away when he realizes Fushi isn’t with them was great.

Obviously, those other characters weren’t dead. So I think the reason Fushi wasn’t depicted alongside them was that they’ll eventually reunite with Gugu when they die, but Fushi won’t. However, Gugu will always be with Fushi as one of his forms.

If the second half of this episode didn’t make you feel something, I’m not really sure what will. I actually bumped up my rating of To Your Eternity specifically because of this episode. Let’s hope that the next arc hits this hard as well.

Conclusion

What do you think of To Your Eternity Episode 12? Was there anything you would have liked to see during the fight that didn’t happen? How did you think Gugu was going to die? And did this episode make you cry? Let me know in the comments.

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To Your Eternity Episode 11

To Your Eternity Episode 11

Rean’s 16th Birthday

I’m not entirely sure why, but To Your Eternity Episode 11 seemed to revitalize the series for me. I had been getting a bit tired of this arc, but this episode got me back into it. Gugu’s and Rean’s relationship progressing is probably what did it, but I can’t be sure.

At the start of this episode, we learn that Rean’s 16th birthday is coming up. And, we also learn that her parents have arranged for her to meet her future husband on that day. I wish my parents got me a wife for my 16th birthday.

For a few weeks now, I’ve been saying that Rean would get married to someone other than Gugu before she learned that Gugu was the one who saved her. It almost happened. But, unfortunately, I was wrong (which is very rare, trust me).

Rean wearing the crayfish mask she made for Gugu from the anime series To Your Eternity
Rean wearing the crayfish mask she made for Gugu

With that said, I’m not convinced that Gugu and Rean are going to get married in the end. I think there’s a very good chance that Rean does end up marrying the person her parent chose for her. And the reason why is simply because I think Gugu will tell her to.

Gugu loves Rean, but he’s also pretty consistently pushed her away because of his injuries. Even now that Rean knows about Gugu’s injuries and that he was the one who saved her, I think Gugu will continue to push her away.

So far, To Your Eternity hasn’t been a series about characters getting the happy endings they wanted. I’d be pretty surprised if this arc about Gugu ended differently. Gugu already knows that Rean loves him back. So as far as I’m concerned, he’s achieved his goal.

Gugu and Rean

Now, while I don’t think that Gugu and Rean are going to end up together, I don’t think their story is done yet. At the end of the episode, Gugu falls off a cliff. He’s not going to die from that. He’s going to be reunited with Rean at least once more.

What happens during this reunion is up in the air. Will the two of them run away so Rean can escape her arranged marriage? I think that’s very possible. But, as I said, I think Gugu would convince Rean to go back in the end if that’s the path the arc goes down.

Alternatively, Gugu could meet Rean’s fiance and learn that he’s a good guy. For example, maybe the fiance is the one who saves Gugu after he falls from the cliff and the two of them spend some time alone together before returning to Rean’s mansion.

Rean watching Gugu sleep from the anime series To Your Eternity
Rean watching Gugu sleep

Rean’s fiance doesn’t seem like a bad guy. The issue with the marriage is that it’s arranged and Rean doesn’t know him. So, I wouldn’t be surprised if Gugu meets and ends up liking Rean’s fiance for some reason. Perhaps he determines that Rean will be in good hands.

But, what if Gugu and Rean do end up together? How would that work out with Rean’s parents? Obviously, they chose her fiance for a reason. He’s probably from a wealthy family that they want to forge a connection with. They’re not going to just let her marry Gugu instead.

Well, I think that’s where Gugu’s brother could come in handy. If you recall, he still has the ring that Rean claims is worth enough to live comfortably for the rest of one’s life. If he sells that and gives the money to Gugu, that could solve the issue from Rean’s parents’ perspective.

Gift from the Past

I liked the scene of Rean figuring out that Gugu saved her life when they were kids. The way Gugu didn’t outright say it and instead let her figure it out on her own was really good. I think if he had told her in a straightforward manner, she may not have had the same reaction.

It’s possible that Rean may not have believed him if he told her that way. I don’t think this would be the case, though, considering how much Rean trusts him. But, it still is a possibility that I wanted to point out. Instead, I think it might have made Rean feel bad.

If Gugu told her outright that he saved her when they were children and that his injuries are the result of that, I think Rean wouldn’t forgive herself. She hasn’t seen Gugu’s injuries, but she knows they’re serious and that he’s been an outcast because of them.

Gugu telling Rean about how he got injured from the anime series To Your Eternity
Gugu telling Rean about how he got injured

However, I think the way Gugu did things makes it so the blame is shifted away from Rean. He doesn’t blame her for what happened to him. And he doesn’t make it seem like he only saved her because it was her. The way he tells the story, he saved her because he saw someone who needed saving.

If he had said he saved her because he had a crush on her, that would mean that his injuries were directly linked to it being Rean who needed saving. Instead, by leaving things ambiguous, Rean can come to the conclusion on her own that Gugu would have saved anyone in her situation.

And, it seems to be implied that Rean understands why Gugu never told her. At no point does Rean explicitly say it was her who Gugu saved. I think she avoids this because she knows Gugu doesn’t want her to blame herself for what happened.

Conclusion

What do you think of To Your Eternity Episode 11? Do you think Gugu and Rean will end up together? If not, do you think Gugu will be the one to tell Rean to be happy with someone else? And how do you feel about the ending scene between the two of them? Let me know in the comments.

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