So given everything we’ve seen up to this point, Zolzal is still stupid enough to go to war with Japan?
Wait…isn’t he the emperor right now? Doesn’t that give him the right?
I’m not saying this plan won’t work…it probably will. But people should really be suspicious if there are people attacking them with medieval weapons dressed as the Japanese. Do they even have guns to perform this operation well?
It seems scummy, but it really is the only way they can hope to win. I’ll give them that.
This scene seems pretty ironic. Zolzal is using espionage to circumvent the power of the Japanese, whereas his brother is attempting to use brute force to take on Zolzal. The roles seem a little backwards, given their personalities.
So, I guess this means Rory makes it a habit to mess around with mortals, huh? Seems very…ungodly?
This scene is funny and all, but I just want to point out that evidence would indicate that common citizens in our world really don’t read these books.
Typical college student…making copies of textbooks because it’s cheaper than buying them.
First off, Lelei’s face. And second, which one is the elder sister again?
Interesting, so the gate is a recurring phenomenon that brings new species to the world. I’m sure this will be useful for peace talks in the future. But what’s more interesting is the fact that this must mean that the gate will close at some point. Shouldn’t Itami be worried that they have no idea when that might happen?
Uhh…no. Lelei’s sister has no way of knowing that a laptop stores information, so she would have no way of knowing that a laptop could replace books. This line is a bit premature.
She sounds like she’s preparing to propose to Itami (like pretty much everyone else in the cast).
Oh…the third date rule. Nothing I haven’t heard before…
And now, we officially have a harem…
Poor Rory feeling so left out…
Wait…is that “Flight of the Valkyries” playing in the background?
This sounds very impressive at first glance, but you have to remember that magic, by its very nature, has to break the laws of physics (otherwise, it would just be physics). So, this line is really saying “Arpeggio can use minerals to do magic”.
Whoa, that wasn’t just a hallucination? Good thing that guard was here to save the day.
We destroyed your house, but take this apology and basket of fruit!
Wait…so now there’s only one more assassin?
Not many hints for next week’s episode. Looks to be more political, given that it’s focusing on Silica.