Kuromukuro Episode #11

Well, those GAUS pilots will have a hard time taking the geoframe Lion down. I mean, it has long arms to reach its foes from a distance!

Now then, let’s go back to Fusnarnie shall we…

…as the Efidolg officer took Yukina Shirahane as his hostage. Oh, and he’s gonna get the Glongur (or Kuromukuro) back as well as nabbing the hinge stone too!

Unfortunately, Fusnarnie will have to get past Kennosuke Tokisada Ouma before taking all of them, including Yukina Shirahane as it turns out that she’ll be forced to make a contract with Fusnarnie once he killed Kennosuke.

Of course, it’s not like the samurai will let him do as he pleases!

Now this is somewhat confusing part of this episode where Kennosuke ask Fusnarnie if he’s Saito Sadakuro from the Washiba Clan. Obviously, Fusnarnie wasn’t Saito Sadakuro (which Kennosuke mistook the Efidolg officer for someone else) but he ask the samurai if Kennosuke and the Washiba Clan betrayed Efidolg by altering their memories.

Going back into Episode 10 in regards to Princess Yukihime making a contract with Kennosuke Tokisada Ouma on piloting the Kuromukuro, I feel that the mystery surrounding the princess, the Washiba Clan, and Efidolg is getting complicated, to the point on whether the Washiba Clan actually came from Efidolg or they’re just plain old folks from Earth who are unlucky to have an alien invasion on their backyard.

But anyways, it seems that this fight is getting dull so Fusnarnie has another idea to break this stalemate…

…like murdering Yukina-chan because without her, Kuromukuro (or Glongur) is useless. Yeah, that’s a great idea there!

However, this is part where Fusnarnie underestimate the samurai. Would it be better if he completely surrender to the United Nations.

But nope, Kennosuke Tokisada Ouma just stabbed the Efidolg officer in the gut!

Oh, and he met his bloody end when Fusnarnie fell down to the floor. Well, looks like this prisoner won’t be answering questions now that Fusnarnie is dead!

Also, the geoframe Lion has been deactivated now that the Efidolg officer is gone. Sorry to have your fight meeting its abrupt end, Tom Borden!

So with Fusnarnie out, the UN Kurobe Laboratory is safe for now. However, there’s still some mysteries yet to be solved as Minoru Aramata and Hiromi Shirahane finds…

…a hinge stone. Yes, that’s the stone Fusnarnie was talking about back in Ep. 10!

Now the only thing they need to do is to decipher the stone, but it’s gonna be a hard one!

Meanwhile, Carrie Dunham and Heath Kingsley have lost an important prisoner in uncovering the mystery surrounding Efidolg thanks to Kennosuke Tokisada Ouma, which they suspect him of being a dangerous person sent from Efidolg.

Honestly, I think they shouldn’t deal with Kennosuke for now as his memory is somewhat fuzzy and he can’t understand such things as aliens. I mean, the samurai saw Efidolg as demons back in the day.

Anyways, I’ll see you on the next episode as Yukina Shirahane is searching for the hideout where she believes that her father Takehito lived there. However, it’s nowhere to be found unless Takehito Shirahane moved it somewhere else nearby.

One more thing, Kennosuke Tokisada Ouma holding a large curry-stuffed onigiri would make Hanayo Koizumi very jealous. How is this possible? Well, why not ask Koharu as she made that giant riceball!

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