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Well, this series sure shifted its tone quickly. It’s continuing to be an interesting story so far. I quite liked that the tone shift felt pretty natural. You really got the sense that the accident with the girl running after the ball happens often and wasn’t forced. It’s just a shock for Willem and the audience who don’t know the context and it naturally leads to finding out that the girls are suicidal murder bots. But yeah…this isn’t going to end well, is it? Who’s ready?
Oh…that’s a lot of girls. Is it bad that my first thought was “expendable”?
Haha this was funnier than it should have been.
This is going to be a recurring joke, isn’t it? Sigh…can I survive?
Ahh, the classic…bribing little kids with sweets. Now all you need is the white van and their accusations of lolicon will be completely validated.
Wait…huh? Wha? What’s going on?
This could have very easily been used to keep the audience in the dark a bit longer and I almost thought it might, so I’m glad Willem decides to learn the truth. Although, the synopsis would have been very confusing if he hadn’t.
Wait, is this just saying that the people in charge don’t care what happens to the girls or is it saying that they’re actually designed to die in battle?
This is almost too casual. There’s something intriguing about how serious but not serious this scene is.
Is this for real? It’s so early that I can’t tell. At this point, I’m already guessing that there’s no hope for her, but five days seems a bit soon.
Uhh…what is happening here? Do we need to get the police?
Is that the girl from the beginning of the first episode?