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As Shinako reconciles with Rou, so comes more pressure on Rikuo to make another move and the question of whether Haru should just give up.
For those who missed getting a ton of ecchi from "Gleipnir," they compensate this episode. But, alongside that, a magnifying glass is put on Shuichi that leads to a notable reveal.
In a possibly triggering episode, at least we were triggered, the regrets and indecision of the characters reach new levels as it no longer can be seen as passive choices.
As we encounter a member of Elena’s crew, Shuichi not only creates a new monstrous transformation but reveals what may have been a suppressed memory.
As one of their friends hit a milestone, Shinako and Rikuo find themselves triggered and looking at their young admirers in a different light.
Thanks to a little blackmail, Clair finds a group of gatherers that might have some information. However, the initiation process is a bit uncomfortable – even for her.
Sing “Yesterday” For Me: Season 1 Episode 6 “Scene 6: The Woman Named Yuzuhara” – Recap/ Review with Spoilers
A familiar face reenters Rikuo’s world, and with their presence comes renewed questions in Shinako’s mind.
For the first time in what feels like forever, Shuichi and Claire find themselves in a battle. One they maybe outclassed in.
Sing “Yesterday” For Me: Season 1 Episode 5 “Scenes 5: The Man Named Minato” – Recap/ Review with Spoilers
A challenger for Haru’s heart enters the fray, and you’re led to wonder, will he break Rikuo’s spell on Haru?
The person who is creating all the “monsters” is properly introduced as well as their motive.