Synopsis of the fourth episode: The Sixth Ruin -Miniature Garden-
Lux and his classmates receive an assignment to investigate a ruin, which has been shrouded in mysteries for centuries. Under normal circumstances, Krulcifer, a foreign student, is not allowed to participate in any dangerous activity such as excavation. However, due to her strong request, she is admitted to the research party. On the first day of the excavation, Kreutzer Balzeride, Krulcifer’s royal fiancé, volunteers to join the team, under the pretext of offering a friendly support.
Lisha-sama, Philuffy, and Tillfur in French Maid outfit
Lisha and Philuffy give it another go to a cosplay act, apparently egged on by Tillfur, again. And this time, the theme is, French Maid! Oh so cute! By the way, where in the world can I actually see a house cleaner who is working in a frilly dress, showing that much cleavage? I honestly want to go see it with my own eyes 🙂
At one point, Lux and Krulcifer admits that their date is a charade. Hearing this news, Lisha-sama jumps up in joy. In this scene, she is super cute, don’t you think? Also, subsequently, she appears to be adamant to dress Lux with the drill 🙂
it’s all about men’s wildest dreams
Is this episode it’s all about men’s wildest dreams or what? It makes me super jealous! You boys are getting all you want, huh? That academy president Relie appears to hook her sister with Lux, or am I just imagining? Can that be me, not Lux?
Undefeated Bahamut Chronicle strikes me as one of the most gorgeous animation works out there, especially when it comes to female character design. Feminine softness permeates in each gesture and other details, making this show fun to watch.
This episode reveals a surprising fact about Krulcifer, which could affect a lot to subsequent stories. Another mystifying factor that pops up is that her Drag-Ride’s future forecast ability is banned without apparent reason. Also, a disappeared scar on Philuffy’s body presents another mystery to us. Layers of plot seem to be moving on, which is going to be exciting. I’m looking forward to the next episode!
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