Hellooooo! I love cooking on my day off. I’m YUKI the writer! Recently, I’ve baked a Sheperd’s pie – mushed potate and meat, yeah, using a pie sheet. With the power of internet, we can easily look up at thousands of recipes! It’s so convenient, don’t you think? In future what can we expect to have in our kitchen? Auto-cooking device, or an andoroid that cooks for us?
This episode of Pandora in the Crimson Shell: Ghost Urn(Koukaku no Pandora) features Nene in cooking action. Don’t you wish to own an andoroid, like Nene? Of course, Clarion should come with it. I’m so jealous of Takumi chan.
In some industrialized nations, cyborgs and automatons became commercially available. It was an age in which the world was plagued with wars and natural disasters. People wandered around in search of relief.
Well, in fact, the story I’m going to give you has nothing to do with specific historical age. This is a story of a girl meets a girl.
Synopsis of the episode four: Kichen Drudge (spoiler alert)
Nene receives a school assignment to write a report on occupaitons. Per Takumi-chan’s suggestion, Nene decides to visit various organizations to observe daily working scene.
Nene and Clarion receives VIP treatment at every place they visit; in the end, they became tired of it. They make a final stop at a local teen idol’s performing work, which is a part of a disaster recovery charity event.
Highlight 1: Organizations that are familiar to Red Crimson fans
Many corporations that appear in Red Crimson are named in this episode. For example. Mega Tech Industrial Company (which is perhaps a former Megatch Body Coporation), The Serano Genomics (from The Laughing Man incident), SEBURO (kwon as the gun maker specialized in section No. 9), plus, HANKA Preciison Instruments (from Jameson Type Cyborg).
Nene pays a visit to these familiar-name companies. What would it be like to actually work in these companies? If the VIP treatment allows Crimson Shell fans to see ANY part of the company, they are gonna go crazy, they probably don’t want to leave, ever
Hold on. Takumi-chan knows all these guys in suits…? What kind of crazy connection does she have?
News anchor: Vlind** *
Vlind-chan returns to the show. She is a reporter who always gets interrupted before she says her name at the end of her news report. In this episode, again, she’s got no chance to say her name
Will there be a day when her name becomes public?
She appears in a weird character suits this time, I can tell she’s trying hard. Every time she appears she gets involved in near-death situation. Send your love to positive-minded Vlind-chan!
Nene’s home cooking! Yummers!
It appears that Nene’s transformation causes other people to mistake Nene with someone else. Why is that? Is it the work of optic illusions or something? Anyhow, Nene whips up multiple dishes ranging from Chinese, European, and Japanese. Gorgeous spread. I wish Nene and Clarion come stay at my house.
I’m excited to think about their figure dolls… Don’t you?
Crimson Shell’s ending theme visuals are refreshed every single time. Koushi Rikudou, Sensei, produces the illustrations. The end card, too, changes often, thanks to many different artists who provide their works. Can you guess what this episode’s end card might be? Hint: cooking.
Well, how did you enjoy our review of Pandora in the Crimson She’ll: Ghost Urn? If you are so kind please leave your comments. Have a wonderful anime life everyone!
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