It’s a big deal that Lilith can use a gun because Blazes are usually simple. Y’know, if you actually cared about this show’s world building. Oh yeah, we’re back with another episode of Absolute Duo. It’s basically shitty anime night, so enjoy.
But in more important news, Thor and his friends are stronger or something thanks to the sublimation thingamajig. And by stronger, all we see is that they can swim better. It’s really just an excuse to stick the girls in those bathing suits.
The guys don’t do much besides create giant, unnecessary waves in the school’s swimming pool. Cool.
Well, all Brock ever does is flex. I’m not even sure if I’ve ever heard him speak.
This girl is still useless, though. She’s only in this story for one reason. Well, two.
They can flaunt it all they want, but Thor isn’t remotely interested. We all know what he’s all about.
Yep, Thor is only into his flat-chested Scandinavian princess. And she can’t swim to save her life ’cause they don’t swim much where she’s from. Poor vikings.
Thor thus had to save her, then throw a towel on her head so that she wouldn’t get cold. Real romantic, huh? Well, it’s romantic enough for Miyabi, who now wishes that she could be even more useless.
This is what Japan thinks of westerners, or more specifically, English people. Mighty fine brew there, ol’ chap. Pip pip. Anyway, Thor walks up to the girl to check up on her, because she hasn’t been to class recently. Why does he care? It’s just his business, okay? Oh yeah, I guess I should fill in some of the details. She apparently has finished her high school education a long time ago. She’s only here because she’s lonely as an Exception, and she thought she had found a kindred spirit in Thor. But unfortunately, she’s too well-endowed for his liking. And also not white enough. We can’t forget that.
Lilith then drags Thor to the magical kingdom just so we can kill some time.
It’s not like this show has a plot or anything.
Oh, Fin got a new job ever since she left Moe Sucks. But that is neither here nor there. By now, we usually get glimpses of the story’s villain, but other than Rito acting a little crazy, the show is relatively aimless. Here are some special kids, and here is what they like to do.
Yeah, it’s not like Japanese people have ever hunted as a hobby before. Nope.
Yeah, westerns just grow up with a gun in our hands. I have five on me at all times. In my tactical khakis.
Now that they’ve enjoyed each other’s company at the most magical place in Japan, Lilith tries once more to recruit Thor. But I’ve told you guys already that he’s not into that shit. That breast shit, I mean. Lilith can slap him all she wants, but it won’t change the fact that he knows what he wants.
Which is nothing.
The next day, Thor and his class were supposed to battle the second years in this coliseum.
Unfortunately, Lilith is mad. So instead, she takes out the second years, and now, she intends to fight the first years by herself.
Well, next week, we’ll probably put a close to her chapter when Thor somehow convinces her to join his harem as a side haremette. Honestly, Absolute Duo is probably the worst of the five harem shows airing this season.