Unbreakable Machine-Doll Episode 3: Facing “Cannibal Candy” III

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What the fuck, Felix. You made Charlotte cry! You’re going to burn in hell for that… and for all the other bad stuff you did, like killing all those automatons by ripping their hearts out and leaving them on display for everyone to admire. But mainly for breaking poor Charl’s heart. She was in love with you, and look at what you did to her.

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Pict548We’ve got some pretty exciting stuff going on here. Props to Wanderer for figuring it out! Felix has completely lost that “pretty boy” image; now he’s just an evil faggot with a coat and hat. I’m sure Raishin had his suspicions early on, but he didn’t even fully rule out Charlotte even after she obtained an alibi – and I must admit, the holes left behind by Cannibal Candy do look awfully similar to what Sigmund has produced in the past with his beams of light. Though once they “discovered” all those magic circuits in Charl’s room, it became fairly obvious that she was framed. And Felix can’t possibly have stored them all somewhere by himself; with the sort of grip he has over the Disciplinary Committee, I wouldn’t rule out the possibility that they’re all in on this too.

What really took me by surprise was the revelation that Lisette isn’t human – instead, she’s a Ban Doll made using flesh and blood taken from the real Lisette’s corpse. That’s pretty disgusting. There were even huge stitches on her corpse… it looks like the R+ rating applies to gore too and not just the nonchalant Yaya fanservice we get each week. There was zero effort made towards censoring her boobs – not that I mind, of course. Anyway, back to Lisette. Why would Felix want his automaton fashioned after someone who was dead – and who would agree to make a doll like that? I assume the real Lisette was already dead before all this… or did he kill her, then replace her with an automaton? And is this at all related to why he keeps collecting Eve’s Hearts from the dolls he kills? Perhaps he needs to sustain her with them or something. I imagine keeping a dragon Ban Doll (and feeding it meat) involves a lot lower maintenance than keeping a human one.

We were also introduced to Shouko-san today, who is apparently a famous automaton designer with significant influence in the military. She’s also the lady who is facilitating Raishin’s revenge against his older brother, Tenzen. Who presumably now goes by the name Magnus. See, I told you they were related! Shouko’s appearance resulted in Yaya’s power level being boosted – which Raishin ended up calling upon quite quickly. Lisette uses water (one of Yaya’s weaknesses) so I don’t think this’ll be an easy fight, even if Yaya has unparalleled superhuman strength. We’ll have to wait and see!

But yeah, rip him a new one Raishin.

0 thoughts on “Unbreakable Machine-Doll Episode 3: Facing “Cannibal Candy” III

  1. “Props to Wanderer for figuring it out! ”

    Go me! 😉

    Although I could have done without him making Charlotte break down in tears, or him trying to kill her.

    When he first recruited Raishin, Felix said that the masters of several of the automotons that had been attacked had gone missing. How many of them has he killed along the way? And that doesn’t even mention what may have happened to the real Lisette.

    1. Ah yes, Cannibal Candy’s been attacking puppeteers too, hasn’t he? Probably to silence them if they’ve figured out too much like Raishin has.

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