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That was it for the first season of 2019. Many good titles graced our screens, but if we want to be honest, there are too many series in the new season we have been waiting for quite a long time.
The Nanaki is a monster that attacks people with their struggering past. Mitsumune woke up in a hospital and learned the fact from Yottsun, who was missing, and Lion, Maimai and Nanko learned it from a mysterious man, Reiji. Even if you suffer by the Nanaki attack, you have to endure it. Yottsun took Mitsumune to an odd old man called “Kamisama (or God)”. Meanwhile, an unknown spirit-losing epidemic is spreading to those who stayed in the village. The Nanaki is effecting everyone now…
This episode made a huge impact in the story development.
Mitsumune woke up in a hospital in the real world. It is revealed that the bus tour had been a big fuss in the real world. His father apologized to him for the cruel treatment of him, and his mother also confessed that she actually knew he was not Tokimune.
Surprisingly, Yottsun saved Mitsumune. I was astonished that he was alive and sound, contrary to my expectations. I had almost forgotten about him. He fell off the cliff and this “Kamisama” had saved him from the water.
We are introduced to this new character, “Haruomi Kamiyama” in episode 10. Another mystery or so I feared, but he said he had been researching the Nanaki. He also had a major trauma about his researches which led him into the village, but he was sent back to the real world when he accepted his trauma.
So, accepting the Nanaki seems to be the key to go back to the real world, but I doubt Mitsumune has been able to do so. I wonder why he was sent back to the real world.
Those who stayed in the village are all spiritless and anemic. Dahara confessed that he was using Koharun, which means Koharun is the one who was enthusiastic about planning this tour. It appears that Dahara only wanted to approve what she suggested. He has stuck out a bit too much from the first episode, apparently misleading us as a result.
Reiji has survived in the village and told us that more people were living there but they were gone before he noticed. Most likely they were all sent back to the real world by accepting their own trauma just like Kamiyama.
However, what Reiji says is not consistent. He said he lived there with Masaki, while Masaki said they were separated when attacked by the Nanaki. Why this inconsistency? It seems we got another mystery.
We also found out who the major boss was.
The mastermind is Koharun, using Jack and Judgeness. What is she really up to?
We haven’t been able to see the truth yet. We only have two episodes left. Will all the mysteries be revealed? Let’s check that out.
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