Chuunibyou Demo Koi Ga Shitai! Ren Episode #12

Oh look, it’s Makoto Isshiki and I haven’t seen him for a long time. Then again, why he’s so black? Did he expose himself in the sun for too long?

And wait, is he going to the gay route? No way, he has Kumin-sempai! Actually, Makoto is being attracted by a guy named Chihiro, who is somehow a reject from the Iwatobi Swimming Club.

Anyways, it’s the final episode where Rikka plans to make a higher contract with Yuuta, the Dark Flame Master.

She asked Mori Summer for help, as well as Shichimiya, Dekomori, and Kumin-sempai, so she could muster all of her courage to seal the deal.

Unfortunately, I think she’s hesitant on kissing Yuuta in the lips. On top of that, her defensive instincts is making it difficult.

But, I guess that’s youth for ya! They’re too cautious with each other at that point, until Yuuta decided to take the lead by kissing in the cheek. Aww, that’s so sweet!

I guess it’s time for the main event, and I hope they’re ready to kiss each other lips-to-lips. However, it wasn’t meant to be ’cause they were interrupted by a call from Yuuta’s sister.

That’s right, it’s all Kuzuha’s fault for interrupting this important moment. If it wasn’t for Rikka’s chimera cat giving birth, they would have seal the deal. Heck, even Shinka and the rest are looking forward for that kiss!

But anyways, it’s the end of Chu2Koi Ren. Although the love triangle between Yuuta, Satone, and Rikka didn’t materialized in the end, at least it has the same wackiness and the grandeur of KyoAni’s visual effects from Season 1.

As for Yuuta and Rikka, it’s still status quo for them. It’s so damn close for them to take their relationship to the next level. But maybe in the future, they could go higher… if Kyoto Animation has more materials from the light novel series that is.

With that said, it’s time for the Dark Flame Master and the Wicked Eye to bid farewell as they run towards the sunset!

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