Hi! This is YUKI again. Undefeated Bahamut Chronicle’s first episode is still fresh in my memory. My favorite character Lisha continues to run into some kind of trouble. I can’t get over how adorable she is. As far as I’m concerned, she is the cutest of all in this season, what do you think?
Episode 2 The Weakest Drag-Knight
It is decided that Lux attends the academy that trains young girls who have high a potential for becoming a Drag Knight. Lux becomes the center for uncomfortable attentions of his new schoolmates. When he is pressured to accept too many duties, help comes from a girl named Krulcifer, who many regard with high esteem for her intelligence.
Krulcifer askes Lux to help her find “Black Hero” which is a legendary Drag Knight that crumpled the old empire.
I can’t start my review without touching this topic. A long-time friend from childhood, a girl with a cute personality and … big boobs. On top of that, she is a roommate…? If I were Lisha, I would be on pins and needles all day. And the typical “oops” moment in early morning out of the bed… Ugh! I’m jealous! If a girl like Philuffy always were around a guy whom I have feelings for, I would just give up right there, no questions asked. Because she’s not shrewd or anything. Her act is genuine, I don’t think I would win the competition.
Highlight 2 Lisha’s branded mark
In this episode, the mystery around Lisha’s mark on her skin is resolved. Before learning the reason, I had the feeling that this show is all about erotic excitements, but, now I understand that the storyline begins to touch on slightly serious stuff. Given the ongoing rivalry between the old and the new empire, I would imagine Lisha feels sad and helpless.
One question that came up here is: Why does not Lisha hold any grudge against the main character? I would, if I were in Lisha’s position… even though he personally has nothing to do with the tragedy, but he is from the old empire.
Highlight 3 Bahamut
I don’t understand why the title says “weakest”… In my opinion, it should say toughest. The weakest in name, but the strongest in power, Bahamut is here, taking no prisoners. It’s really cool!
It makes me wonder which political side the main character supports. I don’t understand why and how he comes to operate Bahamut. Is he a prince of the old empire? If so why does he help the new empire? With a pile of mysteries introduced, I expect succeeding episodes to solve them. I’m looking forward to seeing next episode!
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