Yui is given the chance – rare opportunity – to escape and she stays. She stays. She’s staying to find out the truth. Ha. Ha. Ha. ha..ha. Ha…If the so called “plot” was worth it then I’d probably be all for it, and anxiety-stricken for more S&M – which isn’t remotely as good as I would have liked.
Is hentai the only thing that can nail that properly, as overboard and disgustingly sick as it can get?? If the storytelling was great then maybe I wouldn’t have rolled my eyes at her stupid decision. But these decisions have to be made…in the name of PLOT.
Subaru’s a good guy. This is why girls like assholes. Because beneath all that rough, cold, harsh language there’s a soft, caramel-y spot right on the inside. Of course that’s what anime and Hollywood would like us to believe. He’s the deviant among the brothers, and I guess that rough behavior is his façade to fit in with them – or just so they won’t speculate about what deeper intentions lie within.
He gave Yui a silver stake, and told her that it is the only thing that can kill vampires. I wonder if they actually turn to ash when exposed to sunlight? I know about the silver though!!! (
Supernatural taught me everything I need to know about the…supernatural…). That and Sherrilyn Kenyon’s an awesome writer who knows about the tools needed to kill vampires, ghouls, werewolves. I’m rambling.
It’s lovely that Subaru has no intentions of going dental on her neck. But he’s more interested in helping her…when he has the chance.
Kanato tried to scare Yui and took her into a room where they kept the waxed figures of sacrificial brides. He asked her if she wanted to join them and give up her soul. I wonder if Kanato is into necrophilia? I mean…he doesn’t seem a far cry from liking something so insane.
Yui once again tries to gain control of what happens around her when it comes to these boys, and demanded that Raito get out her room. Raito doesn’t take Little Bitch seriously and now confesses that he likes her more than just wanting her blood.
Episode 6.5 was just a summary of the previous episodes.
How does that even make sense when nothing major has happened, when there has been nothing that comes close to signifying the end of a chapter?? I guess from here on, Yui’s power as a vampire will be awakened.
Probably Kanato will play a major role in the upcoming episodes because he’s been given a lot of limelight in the last couple episodes.
I had planned to drop this series but I’ve never dropped a reverse harem before and I’m not going to start now. I will just drudge through this, with as much enthusiasm as I can squeeze from my apathy towards this show.