Shakugan no Shana Final 18

Shakugan no Shana

Looks like Yuuji’s really relishing that evil role of his. That was quite a magnificent evil laugh to kick off the Xanadu ceremony.

Of course, things don’t easily start going his way…

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Meteor showers from East-edge to kick off the counterattack. And he’s the least frightening one of the Four lol.

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I find Westshore quite scary when she’s killing off the small fries while acting scared and asking them to stop fighting….

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Of course, the terrifying one of the Four is Southvalley… I mean he controls an entire army of corpses.

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Well, the three are just merely the sideshows as the real protagonists go for the final showdown. They sure look damned happy despite that. (Also, feeling all that jelly from Yoshida ahahaha)

Yeah, can’t wait for next week now. Looks like Yoshida’s going to use “that” in the end…

P.S. Bye Noto.

6 Comments

  1. Di Gi Kazune Said,

    February 13, 2012 @ 8:44 pm

    Love makes people do crazy things.

    Look at Darth Vader. Love turned him into a machine!

  2. Game8910 Said,

    February 13, 2012 @ 10:02 pm

    I find it funny that SouthValley is voiced by Shoe…
    Also Hecate ;_;

  3. ewok40k Said,

    February 14, 2012 @ 1:26 am

    The three are absurdly powerful, and it seems for that reason alone they tried to steer clear from getting involved in fighting (with great power comes a great responsibility…)
    I almost fell of the chair at the sight of West Shore’s “kyaa!-ing” and manners of a scared little girl… all the while massacring entire battalions of Tomogara :)))))
    On a nother note: Alas, poor Hekate… it seems her whole life is always prelude to a villainous/heroic sacrifice. And then she gets reborn after few millenia to suffer the same fate again…

  4. FlameStrike Said,

    February 14, 2012 @ 4:39 am

    Hahaha, I think all drama related to Yoshida’s choice and if she’s going to die or not are completely moot. I think by this point we’ve all forgotten that Yuji’s technically “dead”. Pretty much EVERY tomogara, even the lowliest one can make a perfect resurrection of a human by making a torch. This torch is by all intents exactly the same thing until they run out of existence, so when Yoshida “dies” all Pheles has to do is turn her into a torch/mystes and stick some existence into her. Creating another Reiji Maigo is probably out of the question, but I’m sure a Crimson Lord of Phele’s calibur can supply one little torch with 80-90 years of existence, enough for her natural life span. Or she could stick around with one of the Flame Hazes and get resupplied.

  5. SnooSnoo Said,

    February 14, 2012 @ 10:57 am

    @FlameStrike
    Yeah except the difference is when one dies normally people still remember them, if Kazumi dies as a torch no one fucking knows her. But then again who cares about that side character.

  6. Mentar Said,

    February 14, 2012 @ 6:14 pm

    Is Yuji so “bad” at the moment? I thought that the story did fairly well to almost turn the sides around. Bal Masque has shown a bigger degree of teamwork, from their perspective they’re trying to CREATE something which the Flame Haze try to DESTROY for an explanation which to my ears sounds a bit forced and whack. It’s this ambiguity which I find quite pleasing, particularly when the motherland gods arrive to do some genocidal decimation of the Tomogara…

    Scary preview is scary, by the way. That’s clearly Pheles, so most likely we’ll say goodbye to Yoshida, and there’s a short sequence where Shana seemed to flare up, with her face distorted in pain – I smell a Tenpa Jyousai (Shana releasing her contractor Alastor), which would also fit with Alastor’s weird lines at the Flame Haze meeting. And while Shana survived one Tenpa Jyousai before in the past, this is what killed Shana’s predecessor.

    Anyway, this show definitely goes out with a bang instead of a whimper. I’m delighted!

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