I believe(d) in you too, Merry.
Now that we’re getting closer to the end, Mistletine’s back story is explained in better detail through Chizuru’s Dream Demon, Lestion (Leon for short), and our batch of friends are more pumped than ever to stop Mistletine from taking away Isana’s dreams. Does this make way for a terribly overpowered and outmatched fight sequence, or does Mistletine finally get what she deserves?
So, Mr. myseterious sensei just lets his students’ dreams manifest to their highest level before Mistletine reaps the harvest and destroys them. I’m sure if he kept it up so avidly, his job as a high school teacher would start to diminish drastically. Someone’s bound to find out just how much of a creep he is.
I still wouldn’t pass up an opportunity to take advantage of his tab at a yakitori shop, though.
Trust issues, day-long painting sessions, and lots of side-character exposition. Apparently, it was necessary to understand their back-stories in order for the drama to be laid down as heavily as ever, but at least J.C. Staff did a nice job in showing us how unique this anime-original ending might wind up being. Fingers crossed for a smooth finale roughly a month from now.
I expected no less from a show that deals with dream worlds and its inhabitants, and this episode absolutely delivered in terms of visual glory and musical depth. Now if only J.C. Staff can keep it up for an entire episode from now on instead of resorting to only the last half of the show to do this.