“I’ve been expecting you, Mr. Bond.”
Oh hey…it looks like Loser and Kyouma have some history together. I was honestly expecting him to be one of Kyouma’s former allies, but I forgot that Kyouma only lost memory of the incident on Easter Island.
…that’s convenient. Also, I’m fine with the energy shield producing a lot of heat. It actually makes sense given the amount of power it would require to protect yourself like that. I’m not okay with the fire, though…I don’t think that’s how fire works. If anything, it should just be really hot to stand near it.
…who? Ahh, the joys of the pronoun game. Time for Kyouma to face the sphere!
Oh my god! Everything that happened in this series was a dream!
Salva’s in the same world as Kyouma? Are all of the people hit by the sphere experiencing a collective vision? Or is this a memory? Perhaps an alternate world? Lots of possibilities here…
The fact that this girl is masochistic seems utterly pointless to the story and her character…
Guess it’s a memory. Also, apparently Salva is self-aware.
Am I supposed to have a nerd-gasm because of this line? Just sounds like a physics major trying too hard to be cool.
Yeah, we’re scientists and should never be regulated like this!
Oh…I guess Julian is Loser. That works.
I think you need to be reminded what the word “nothingness” means.
He’s falling through space!
What? So does this mean the sphere is this Seameyer guy?
What does that mean? Miyabi was meant to be implanted into Mira’s body? Or does it mean that Mira was mostly parts created for Miyabi and the doctor put her together into an android after Miyabi’s death?
So, I guess next week, we’ll see the rest of Kyouma’s memories. I get that they needed a reason to show us what really happened to Kyouma in the past, but I’m not a fan of the “memories built Dimension W” line from Seameyer.