Yune is a Japanese girl who must fulfill her family tradition by serving as an attendant and so she decides to do so in France. Now, a dude named Claude has become her master.
Yune is just too adorable~ She’s so small too– I would say she’s a bit too small…
I really like this series. It’s like an innocent telling of Yune’s adventure in France serving Claude. It’ll be fun to see how she adjusts and lives in this new environment of hers. Even though Claude seems to be a bit cold and harsh, he’s actually a sweet guy. Have I mentioned how adorable she is? She felt bad about destroying the signboard that she was willing to give up something important to her. She’s so considerate.
I was surprised to hear French words–sentences even… OHOHOHO. I wonder if I could pick up a few French words. It probably won’t be that easy though. I can’t wait to see Claude and Yune spend more time together and seeing her learn new things.
Narumi was so depressing in the beginning. He was being a typical character who was unsatisfied and not content with how things were. He couldn’t feel any connection with reality until his fated encounter with Alice and the others who work for her. After his meeting with Alice and getting involved does he feel like ‘the pixels begin to form a picture’.
The Fourth is a total boss. He pawns all. hah. He’s the boss of a bunch of gangsters? But he’s pretty strong. His punch packs a lot of damage. Apparently, he’s a master at sewing but refuses to have his underlings be aware of it. Him fixing Alice’s teddy bears is pretty manly~
What really caught my attention was the characters. Each of the characters in the group is a specialist at something and that’s makes it interesting. It’s fun to see what each person’s skills are and seeing them in action. It was awesome to see Hiro texting on two different phones~
It is definitely the characters that has me interested in this series. Yes, the plot is interesting but the characters outshine everything else. Also, I didn’t think Alice would ever leave her room but she occasionally does to ‘speak for the dead’.
The biggest surprise of this episode was that Yamada went from being this:
to this, Shura Kirigakure:
She seems to be a fun person with an eccentric personality so I’m looking forward to seeing how she’ll spice up the next few episodes.
It was kind of funny how Amaimon unsheathed and then sheathed Rin’s sword to see how the flames came on and then burned out. Though, I could understand why Rin would be pissed. Well, Amaimon sure kicked Rin’s ass and now we know how powerful they can get. How many sons does Satan have? I would think that he has a bunch of them… wait, what about a daughter?
The main goal of this episode was to show how weak Rin is and that he doesn’t have much control of his Satanic powers. I’m guessing the next few episodes will focus on his trying to get stronger. As for Rin not being able to control his powers and easily allowing Amaimon to manipulate him, there could be grave consequences.
If Rin is the child of Satan than what does that make Yukio? It should mean that Yukio is a child of Satan too since Rin and Yukio are twins.
So the Reverend had said that Rin needs to hide because other demons will hunt him down. I wonder if the demons who will show up are like Astaroth, offering to take Rin to Satan. I wonder what form does Satan take? Anyways, the Reverend is such a badass. He reminds me of Anderson from Hellsing. I think Anderson was his name.
I’m really loving the BGM. It’s the kind of music that I like. The vocals are really nice. As for the ED, it’s nice but I don’t like it. It’ll probably take some time or at least a few more plays before I start to like it.
I can already tell that I’m going to love this series.
That is such a long title.
This dude is such a creeper but he’s so awesome. He’s weird too. He’s so eccentric and different. He might just become my favorite character in the series. I think his name was Masakaki.
I like the OP. I like the song but what I’m talking about is the actually sequence. I find it really cool when there are silhouettes of objects, people, and other things.
It seems that there will be action. Fights between people with cards in the Financial District. I’m really curious about the Financial District. There seems to be people hanging out there so I wonder if it’s possible for people to stay there forever.
I guess everyone fights/battles for more money? I wonder what happens to the loser. It doesn’t seem like people will die from the fights. They’ll just lose their points?
I’m going to continue watching this just to see more of the Financial District and understand how it works. I love the way the financial district looks and how there’s a separate world. Overall, I’m interested in the District and the different perspectives of what money is.
Let the seducing begin. Pfft, I wanted to say it. I couldn’t help myself even if it sounds weird.
I didn’t expect for things to progress this fast and for Ritsu to find out so quickly.
A summary of what Takano says:
‘Don’t you remember me? In my senior year, my parents divorced and I changed my name. My name used to be Saga Masamune.’
Then he walks away in a cool manner~
Ritsu is just too funny with his twisted personality. It’s adorable how he gets all flustered after finding out that Takano=Saga. The humor in this episode was better than I had expected. It was a surprise to find out that Ritsu and Takano are neighbors now that Ritsu moved into his new apartment. I can’t wait to see how they’ll interact now that the chances of them bumping into each other are a lot higher.
I find it kind of lame that they broke up because Takano laughed when Ritsu asked him how he felt about him. It’s funny how Ritsu kicked Takano and then ran away. I wonder if Takano did anything to try to fix their relationship. For now, I blame the both of them for how their relationship in high school turned out.
Its the last ep... I might as well take more screenshots