OH YEAH!!! GIRL-ON-GIRL SYMMETRICAL DOCKING!!! This show is pretty awesome… XD
The episode resumes from the end of the first, and the trio are having problems with air. Using up the remainder of their air candy, they explore Galapagos more and find an amusement park-kinda thing inside it. Enemies start attacking, but Amuri easily takes care of them using Himawari. However, a puppet robot appears, apparently emitting some sort of signature that’s an exact duplicate of Amuri, taking over her power suit. Amuri is helpless against it, since her powers do not repel “herself”.
Suzu gets scared and starts running away, escaping to her own fantasy world where a cup noodle panda is her best friend of sorts. The panda manages to convince her to fight and somehow, Suzu’s own power-suit is delivered from the space station, Shinjyugai. Using it, she takes care of the puppet robot, but a whole lot of others emerge as well.
In desperation, the two girls
perform Symmetrical Docking powersuits employ “Coming Shift” which cancels the rejection territory between them, and reverses both their powers, so all the puppets are now magnetically attracted to them. The girls are confused at first, but Amuri soon takes charge, using the Galapogos’ giant jet kinda thing to drag the chain of puppets in to it and destroying them all in one shot. This alters the course, and Galapagos is now set to crash on Earth.
Meanwhile, Perrier is struggling with her inner demon(literally), remembering all sorts of things she was put through because of her “Infiltration” power, and over at Shinjyugai, it’s revealed that the whole thing is some sort of evil plan to destroy all humans and leave only the Adapters alive.
Another Suigintou clone?
Another interesting episode of Amuri, and it seems they’re not gonna delve much in to any backstory, but instead concentrate on the current events. This show is definitely beautiful, with all the multicolored effects and 3DCG and I’m really impressed so far with the production quality. Too bad no one seems interested in to subbing it, because it’s a bit hard to understand all the jargon-laden dialogue at times, so I’m superimposing what I know with previous tropes, XD.
It’s a bit pretty surprising the whole thing suddenly turns in to a “oh-noes, Earth-is-doomed” scenario, and the evil doer is some random dude who leads what we all thought were the good guys. It does feel very much rushed, but I suppose they can’t help it, being a 3-episode series. I’m still eager to see how this turns out however, and there’s quite of lot of interesting things in this show to make up for it