Kimi to Boku no Saigo Episode 6 Discussion & Gallery
Kimi to Boku no Saigo no Senjou episode six was eventful, to say the least. First of all, let me say that Rin just became my most despised character of the season. It’s already bad to trick Iska into drinking something with sleep poisoning in it. Even worse, it’s to realize that he just accepted her drink without a second thought (showing that he doesn’t have any malicious intent) and still decide to take him into custody. Moreover, she does this when they’re in a neutral city, where people are supposed to feel secure. Of course, Aliceliese wasn’t correct either. Even if she didn’t know, she ended up complying with the plan of kidnapping Iska. So, I’m expecting that she will make up for that later on. Honestly, it’s just dumb – for someone who wants to achieve peace to kidnap such an essential soldier in neutral territory is just asking adding fuel to the fire.
Another plot twist is Mismis getting witch powers due to the contact with the vortex. Although the vortex scene was a little confusing, something good came out of it. Not only do I respect Mismis far more after watching episode six, but she’ll probably play a key role in ending the war. I know she just cried for the most part of the episode, but in the end, we could watch a little bit of her new power. I hope she completely destroys Rin. Meanwhile, I’m thrusting Risya less and less. Her fake smile at all times is shady, and I can’t really understand what she’s plotting. Probably nothing good.
Finally, the new mission – kidnapping the witch Queen. Not sure whether this is going to be followed up right away with Iska missing in action right now. But it’s an interesting twist that I can’t wait to watch. I really can’t imagine how the characters are going to pull this off! Did you enjoy Kimi to Boku no Saigo no Senjou episode six? Tell me everything down below. ?
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