44F - The Last Station (4): As all the members of Zahard's Army bow to Ha Yuri Zahard, she declares Karaka to be the Slayer of FUG who took over the train and she is there to stop him. Ha Cheonhee having heard that regulars teamed up with FUG and ran the train is confused, but decides to support Yuri in her fight. On the Hell Express, Rachel is wondering what is happening outside the train.
After some banter between Karaka and Yuri, Karaka attacks Yuri with his metal tentacles, which she responds with igniting Green April and attacking back. Below the train White is reminiscing about his past, but the Final Clone snaps him out of it and he readies himself for a fight again.
Pinnacle is still looking to score some points with the Commander, but Hwa Ryun opens door D-12, which lets Sachi Faker take over Pinnacle's warship and throw him and Kong of it. H-14 notices that Sachi Faker, Bero Bero, Boro, and Phonsekal Irure have taken over Pinnacle's warship, but is attacked by White and tries to escape upwards, but White gets in an attack from above that kills her. White has reached the battlefield and challenges Dorian Frog again, which starts a rematch between them. Misebichi and Yuryu tries to help Yuri in her fight with Karaka, which Yuri tries to stop, but Karaka manages to kill Yuryu before Yuri could save them.
Hwa Ryun gets Poro Poe to break the connections between the carriages on the Hell Train, which causes all the carriages to drop out of the sky. Androssi Zahard uses the Bong Bong to make her, Twenty-Fifth Baam, Rak Wraithraiser, Daniel Hatchid, and Yeo Miseng travel to another carriage. However, Ha Cheonhee manages to catch onto the plan and stops one of the carriages from falling.
This chapter’s image concept is the concept of leaders ‘Chunhee Ha and her kids’
When you have leaders like this, viewership(Note: I think this means viewership) should go up.
The mortality rate also goes up…
This week… there are many fights.
It feels like the falling White coin has been slowly growing.
I’ve said this before, but dodging an Arie’s sword is virtually impossible.
When getting hit by Arie’s sword, one should be moving forward(note: presumably to counterattack)..
But this is really only viable when the power/skill gap is fairly large.
Usually if you encounter a member of the Arie family who is similar level,
you should avoid them.
The direct line of Arie is small,
so it’s true that a chance to meet one face to face is fairly small.
In general, the ‘movement’ that I want to see the most is Arie’s swordmanship.
Even though it is shown in a battle scene,
portraying the swordmanship on a still-frame has a limited feeling to it.
It feels like Karaka and Yuri have been bumping heads throughout the hell train.
The situation has been set up for them to be rivals.
The truth is even though Karaka has the power/skill to be a slayer,
there are other, more important reasons why he is a slayer.
In the battle scene, it’s evident that Yuri is shown to be stronger.
(lately Yuri’s temper(?) seems to be rising as the days pass)
Well.. even then Karaka is a character with an immense potential.
But that’s true for Yuri as well.
Be strong Karaka.
Because there were so many ranker battles,
it feels the regulars haven’t been taken care of properly.
(Note: SIU is essentially saying he feels he’s neglected the regulars in the chapter in focus on rankers)
From this week on, there will be more focus on the regulars.
I mean… the focus will still be on ‘staying alive’ like this week.
It will probably be a little difficult haha
Hopefully Baam and co’s will not die at Ha Chunhee’s hand
The truth is lately I feel like my lifespan is shortening haha
If it continues this way, who knows, I may pass before my characters do.
Anyways, next week Baam’s fate should be cleared up.
Next week I will come back to Baam and his fate ^^