Episode 10


Even though the girls got their Heart Juicy Mixers this week, I think the most important part of the story is Gentlu and how it started to unravel. I’ve previously assumed that she didn’t really know that she was also Amani (or that Amani didn’t know she was Gentlo, which is a little different), and if this is true, then at least one of her alter ego is starting to appear more aware. The character of Amane inside Genltu infiltrates all of the brainwashing going on, and that makes her a less effective villain and a great entertainment for Narcistoru. Rather than being upset that one of his compatriots is on the edge of a cliff, it seems that he is Is that true I enjoyed watching her struggle, to the point where I have to wonder if he purposely let the crack happen in the first place. he is play With her, this is definitely a bit annoying.

Gentlu obviously knows who Pretty Cures is, which is interesting too. In terms of the history of the magical girl, this is something worth noting – a former classic magical girls (and remember, I use this term to refer to magical girls shows with an intended audience of children) made some effort to make sure no one could figure out who the girls were in their everyday lives, As a precaution and as a way to allow them to go about their usual activities while still creating a bit of conflict in their work-life balance. While this varies in terms of interest and suspension of disbelief – no one wondered why ten-year-old Mei was the only one who could relate to a sixteen-year-old magical amy Purchasing is somehow more difficult than hiding the magic that prevents people from associating Meimi with Saint Tell Removing it entirely leads to a different set of narrative issues. Just because Yui, Ran, and Kokone turn in front of Gentlu on a regular basis puts them in greater danger, but it’s also an expression of their strength: They’re confident enough that they can stand up for themselves no matter what, so they needn’t hide their identity. It’s becoming a moment in which they have their power, something that many of the other classic Magical Girls had to work on in the previous series, as in the (almost) soul-shattering finale. Nurse Angel Ririka.

When we think of it this way, Amani is hiding, or not fully aware, her strength and identity as Gentlu becomes something that says about her and her self-confidence more than anything else. We learn that her family runs some kind of fruit parlor, so like the other girls, she has a great interest in keeping Recipeppi healthy, but somehow she is able to overcome her better nature to fight for the Bundoru Gang. Do you resent the family business or the culture of Oceana? Or is suppressing her knowledge of her dual identities the only way she can ever keep working? If she is turned against her will, as all Narcistoru doll phrases seem to imply, selective amnesia may be the only thing keeping her sanity. It may only get worse when we take into account her role as head of the student body, because instead of looking for her own Kouhai, she is actively fighting against them. With each episode she appears, it becomes clear that the whole thing will be too much for her.

And now she has those coveted magical blenders to contend with, too. Narcistoru doesn’t seem to be upset about the therapy team gaining new power, perhaps because he gave Gentlo Pinto a more potent villain, but I think he really enjoys watching the world burn, or at least watch gentloThe world is burning. Each treatment may have a custom Mixer attack, something to look forward to in the coming weeks. Hopefully one of them will force Gentelo to account for itself and bring Narstoro out of the shadows.


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