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Nurarihyon No Mago Episode 15

1) The fight scene this episode was so anti climatic and did not build to anything. What promised to be a interesting fight of Rikuo kicking butt was just Rikuo getting his butt kicked instantly instead. I felt like I had ordered hot chocolate but received warm milk water instead .

Nurarihyon no Mago Episode 15

Overall, the whole episode felt rushed and I hope that the training arc does not simply end with Rikuo suddenly realising how to use the technique because honestly, all he did was remember some of the past. He barely learnt anything at all. He could have just gotten hypnotized to remember how to do those techniques (or be told by Nurarihyon), what was the point of him being sent to the village apart from meeting new allies?

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So, this is it: the finale to the closest thing Tatami Galaxy has had to a multi-episode arc. Is this going to be a return to status quo, or will our hero learn something, grow as a character, like he has in the most recent episodes? Is it time for him to finally grow up and accept his fate? 041b061a72


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