Zero no Tsukaima F Episode 10: Lost Partner


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  1. Train says:

    First, i would like to say i read all your Zero no Tsukaima F reviews, and also would like to thank you for all those reviews o/. It’s the first time i comment, kind of because of my laziness hahaha.
    Anyway, first of all i would like to say this episode shocked me a lot as well, there was SO much emotion in this episode: Louise talking to Saito trying to persuade him to not use his new power because it would threaten his life, Saito deciding to use it despite knowing this and also Julio’s face as the Pope sacrificed himself to save him.
    I was also thinking there was something else going on with the Pope since he appeared in the first episode, which proved to be true, in the last episode and episode 3(i think?). Anyway, seeing him sacrifice himself for Julio was a little bit unexpected.

    But i MUST say, the most stunning emotional point of this episode( not to say one of the most emotional parts of the entire series) was Derflinger’s death. REALLY, that scene brought me to tears, the whole talk they had before Derf being shattered in pieces was really touching, despite small. I mean, he was like Saito’s best friend during the entire series, i kind of always felt like he was one of the main characters of ZnT, i mean, despite everything in the series, Derf was always there for him and Louise… and his apparent death made me a bit sad… ;; Anyway, hope they find a way to somehow bring him back.

    Watching the prequel, i feel like more emotional stuff will be coming up next episode, will be sure to comment that as well.

    • KashZero says:

      i expect that pope will rise as evil man…as for starter,i never trust that man..he seem to have another intentions..

    • Vantage says:

      Yeah, emotional situations is quite unusual for a mostly-comedy show like ZnT, so it was good that they carried it out right. Actually the vast majority of this season has been really successful, with hardly any filler compared to S3.

      Derflinger coming back would be awesome, it’s not the same without him as Saito’s partner. Hopefully his “death” has some significance though.

      As for the Pope becoming evil, I can see why you’d say that given what happened to the dragons being mind controlled and all that. He was kinda…eaten however, so I dunno.

      • KashZero says:

        that one thing..i been thinking,..what if that pope is the mastermind behind of this disaster?

  2. Khaos says:

    OMFG I CHILLED SO FCKING HARD THE ENTIRE ENDING I FELT IT ON MY SPIN SO MUCH EPIC WIN THIS EPISODE I WISH THEY COULD MAKE MORE LIKE THIS ONE, I’M STILL CHILLING FROM IT O.O the only thing to cry about is the death of Derf, i never liked the pope so i don’t care to his death, but aw my spin was high chilling when Derf said his goodbye o.O”

    • Vantage says:

      IKR? Given Zero no Tsukaima’s not so stellar past reputation, I was actually really pleased at how much action/plot twists there was here.

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