Mondaijitachi ga Isekai Kara Kuro Sou Desu Yo? Ep 10: …. [FINAL]


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3 Responses

  1. Wanderer says:

    Novel readers have been kind of cagey about Izayoi’s power, and I understand it still hasn’t been completely explained by the sixth novel (and the anime only goes up through the second), but from what I can tell it seems to essentially involve destruction. Pest mentioned that he had the ability to destroy gifts, and from things novel readers have said Izayoi has yet to encounter something that he actually CAN’T destroy. It hasn’t actually been stated in those terms, but apparently he at some point in the novels says something about believing that he could destroy the entire Little Garden if he attacked with his full strength.

    The anime doesn’t explain it because the novels haven’t explained it by this point, and the anime has actually made a point of staying pretty true to the novels, according to what novel readers have told me. Yeah, it leaves us with questions, but I watched this series for the same reason the problem children agreed to join the No Names in the first place: for fun. And I did have fun watching this. Obviously “fun” is subjective, and I can’t force it on anyone else. Some people loved Izayoi, insisting that a crazy overpowered male protagonist is exactly what they wanted out of their anime. Me, not so much, but the other characters usually got enough screentime that it didn’t bother me much, and I found that these characters really tended to make the premise of this series work.

  2. MCAL says:

    Izayoi was definitely a better Gary Stu character to watch than Kirito.

  3. Sneasel says:

    It was implied in the novels that Izayoi could destroy Little Garden with one punch.