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Ahh… delicious “I got NTR tricked” face from Shu.

So it turns out Inori isn’t really that in to Shu after all. Well, no surprises there, but seeing Shu’s face when he realized that was truly quite hilarious. I sure am enjoying his delicious tears for now!

Still, this week’s episode was really wheelchair moe~~

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You will never feel guilty over accidentally insulting a cute girl in a wheelchair ;_;

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You will never feel guilty over accidentally pushing down a cute girl in a wheelchair ;_;

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You will never feel guilty over accidentally misunderstanding a cute girl in a wheelchair’s gushing emotions for your love rival ;_;

Mmmmm~ Ayase’s points just went way up after this week’s episode. Wheelchair moe~~~~

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I so wanted to help her though :3.

Hillariously, one of the guys stole the show in a funny way.

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Lol that “Ahn~” he made. Seriously.

So, looks like the next episode will be spent taking down the Leucocyte ion cannon weapon they just introduced. Probably betting that the “pen” he got last week is a target designator for the thing.

Really though, I would prefer more episodes spent like this instead of last week’s random mish-mash. I can’t pay attention if the show isn’t flashing a pair of boobs or a blushing face to me most of the time. ( ゚∀゚)アハハ八八ノヽノヽノヽノ \ / \/ \

This week’s omake eyecatch is pretty cute too.

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20 Comments

  1. shinkirou Said,

    November 11, 2011 @ 11:26 pm

    so basically is just a plot to trick shu to join them because he got void power, inori is just a tool to trick him. dam gai seriously is ASSHOLE , willing to use anything to achieve his goal even to extrent of playing ppl feeling. hope that he really is the last antagonist of the series. as for inori , she is now lack of self stance. instead of becoming bitch , is more like she is ‘pet’ to gai like a dog which follow what ever master command

  2. ewok40k Said,

    November 11, 2011 @ 11:48 pm

    It seems rather than destroy the kill-sat Gai wants to capture and use it against the enemy. He gets shadier and shadier from manipulating Shu via Inori, to using mercenaries for his little rebellion…

  3. omo Said,

    November 12, 2011 @ 12:48 am

    >> I can’t pay attention if the show isn’t flashing a pair of boobs or a blushing face to me most of the time. ( ゚∀゚)アハハ八八ノヽノヽノヽノ \ / \/ \

    Truth. Ayase has a nice pair, next!

    Oh, and the takeaway i had was that the ntr is fake ntr, they’re trying to make it so Gai is more like a semi-parent/brother figure to Inori and she actually feels weird IRT Shu or some such.

  4. shinkirou Said,

    November 12, 2011 @ 1:16 am

    @ ono
    i been figuring what is ntr and irt? is seem been always popping out , sorry i am not good with short form term…

  5. Dakkar Said,

    November 12, 2011 @ 1:59 am

    The funniest part of the episode was Shuu bitching about how everyone prefers Gai over himself. Well, duh. I don’t know if watching Shuu being a total failure of a man during that little training makes otaku feel better, but, frankly, if I know that even I would have done better, there’s something wrong with the MC…

  6. Shiden Said,

    November 12, 2011 @ 2:21 am

    NTR:
    Japanese acronym for Netorare, used to define a genre of Eroge (Hentai Game), meaning “Cuckold”. In short, the main protagonist’s loved one(s) are taken or seduced away from him and the heroine might be willing or unwilling. This is to cause an emotion of deep jealousy on the reader

    IRT… I assume that’s “in response to”, though wrt (with respect to) is more common from my experience.

  7. Teks Said,

    November 12, 2011 @ 2:47 am

    So…. what is kuroneko doing on that omake.

  8. ewok40k Said,

    November 12, 2011 @ 3:09 am

    @ Teks – she got job at Funeral Parlor under nom de guerre Tsugumi…

  9. Xellos^_- Said,

    November 12, 2011 @ 3:31 am

    so Gai is Akio in disguise and Inori is his new imouto.

  10. Teks Said,

    November 12, 2011 @ 5:31 am

    @ ewok40k: The economy has certainly hit the anime industry hard.

  11. Mad_Scientist_So_Cool Said,

    November 12, 2011 @ 8:45 am

    Ayase is currently my favorite character, followed by Tsugumi.

    Also, I cannot get enough of Ayase and the Steiner (they might as well have named her Mayuri). Now I just want her to say Tuttutu~

  12. Marow Said,

    November 12, 2011 @ 9:28 am

    Explain what the plot is about. I feel confused. ;-; (serious)

  13. Jobrill Said,

    November 12, 2011 @ 10:12 am

    Man, I am still not sure why anyone should follow Gai. Everyone seems to love him, but as much Shu is a whiner, I do have to agree with him on one point: Gai is a total asshole. Hell, I can’t figure out yet why Funeral Parlor is even the “Good Guys.” How do their attacks even serve the greater good.

    In other news, Shu shouldn’t get too mad only Inori anyway. Ayase is clearly superior, and he totally tripped her flag when he ran into her wheelchair.

  14. Kurogane Shiroikaze Said,

    November 12, 2011 @ 1:11 pm

    @omo: yeah i know, but that face of Shu’s when Inori tells him it was all because of Gai just had me thinking “Hahahaha he got NTR’ed”.

  15. ewok40k Said,

    November 12, 2011 @ 9:03 pm

    @ Jobrill – Gai recruits from the homeless, orphans, and other people who have no one to rely on. He gives them home, purpose, and self-esteem that comes with training and becoming real fighters. Basic modus of operandi for many revolutionaries, or mobsters…

  16. Xellos^_- Said,

    November 13, 2011 @ 3:37 am

    @ewok40k
    you forgot religious cult.

  17. Jellyfish Marine Said,

    November 13, 2011 @ 8:15 am

    I have a feeling that when Inori said she wanted to be with Shu while they were inside the train, that was her true feeling. I bet she got scolded by Gai for being too emotionally attached to Shu to the point that she disobeyed the operation plan; that could have ruined their plan were Shu didn’t miraculously fight back. Well, then again, if we go by the assumption that Gai indeed has some kind of power to foresee/predict future, then he may have really planned this.
    I still think that Gai has good intentions, but his ideal will eventually come into conflict with Shu’s (beautified) ideal. I guess we may have a showdown like C’s Kimimaro vs. Mikuni.
    Speaking of C, I recall lots of people complaining how Kimimaro was so boring. Now that you have Shu, what do you think? To be honest I didn’t think that Kimimaro was that bad, but comparing him to Shu makes him somewhat 10X better…

  18. manga Said,

    November 14, 2011 @ 7:39 am

    Well. If Inori just followed Gai´s order blindly, then why were they all so surprised in the last episode when she went for Shuu on her own?

    And from this last episode. It feels as if everyone has missunderstood what Inori and Gai do in that one room. And I don´t think Inori is blushing as by order of Gai either.

    I also have a weird feeling that if she didn´t like Shuu she wouldn´t have offered herself to use in the first ep. I really want to know who the girl is who looked like Inori in the first episode.

    As to why people follow Gai? Charisma, getting things done, understanding ones potential and encouraging that.

    With that response from Ayase, such a tsundere for Gai. Call it respect, it sure as hell looks like love from every angle for me.

  19. Giovanni Said,

    November 15, 2011 @ 11:35 am

    I’m actually pretty happy with Shu’s reaction. Maybe its because I never liked him from day one? Taking into consideration the nature of this anime, I say Inori actually does have genuine feelings for him(or at least will grow to have them in time) and that her hymen is still very much intact-however; that said I’m still a little happy to see Shu in pain.

    Am the only one here who feels people empathize with the guy a little too much?

  20. manga Said,

    November 17, 2011 @ 5:40 am

    Shuu needs to be more manly. As he is when he draws out Inori´s void :) Then he can be a real man.

    Without that boost he is just a little boy that is so easy to deceive and only thinks of himself.

    So while I agree with you that seeing Shu get a “truth” rammed straight into his face was a good laugh it will also be one more point of which he might press that damn button later on.

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