Kakumeiki Valvrave 2 Episode 10: Resolution for the Future


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2 Responses

  1. KF says:

    This episode is boring but necessary. Last episode, they shows us the costs of lies so that we understand just how significant it is. Only when you let it all out and accept it can you move forward.

    “Understanding is the first step to acceptance, and only with acceptance can there be recovery.”
    ― J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

    These past episodes have been the two of them bickering with each other. Now that they are not, that they start to work as a team, can Magius finally be confronted!


  2. WandererYS says:

    Actually, I find the fight rather interesting and at least somewhat important. It puts L-Elf back into action, now that all the truth is revealed to him, which would have been hard when he’s all depressed. Spraying all this out during that space catf….. erm… I mean one sided brawl (joke) kind of make sense if you think about Haruto basically doesn’t care anymore at that point if the truth is going to give L-Elf more despair or not. Btw, punching on that helmet must’ve hurt.

    Another interesting thing to point out is that in 13:42, where Haruto said that Lieselotte sided with the humans, it was interesting to see that in 16:10 L-Elf’s flashback made in L-Elf’s perspective (facing Haruto) instead of just reusing the scene again (side view). A lot of anime would just reuse the side view scene, but I liked how they handled this flashback. It helps to place the viewer into L-Elf’s seat quickly and support the mind monologue.

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