Nagi no Asukara – Episode 13: The Fingertips That Can’t Reach


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6 Responses

  1. KF says:

    Fridays are quickly known to me as the WTF days. A lot of ships were sunk today.

  2. Eva says:

    HOLY SHIT was all I could say. Omfg, I hope Kaname isn’t dead ; ______ ;
    I think Akari will be fine in time, but oh my god. What an episode.

    • Chris says:

      I know something bad would happen, but this… oh Kaname… it was his smiling face as he fell, you know?
      And yeah, Akari will be fine, and she’ll probably blame herself, and Chisaki will blame herself, and Tsumugu will blame himself, and the cycle of self-deprecation shall continue…!
      (Wow, this reply ended on a rather depressing note)

      • Eva says:

        XDDD Well if there’s one thing for sure- the People of the Land have witnessed firsthand that the Sea God really does exist LMFAO!

  3. Irenesharda says:

    Actually, if you think about it Uroko-sama isn’t really evil here.

    He just refrained from telling them the truth, that the sea god was only going to respond to a living sacrifice. Those wooden dolls weren’t cutting it. He didn’t tell them because they would go all nuts and everything over the idea of human sacrifice, and as he said, he’s a part of the sea god, and so think as he does and has desires as he does. He’s not a human, nor does he think or act like one. He was doing what he believes is right for the sea people.

    However, Akari and the others really only have themselves to blame. Uroko told them time and again to forget the ceremony, but they were stubborn and wanted to see if they could give the sea god back his power and thus save their people, by doing a maiden SACRIFICE ceremony. And yet they were surprised when the god actually takes them up on their offer?