The plot deepens for the male lead when the archbishop of R-Wings is out to get his friends with the potential of awaken Garuda Darkblack inside Hiyato…
It seems that the archbishop is out for revenge after the whole ordeal with Suusuke pursuing him for dine and dashing. Now, he has shot one of Hiyato’s friends, Jim. After this incident, Hiyato spent most of his time warning Naru and her brother. Apparently, Naru hilariously misinterpreted his message as a promise to come in work clothes. Then, the archbishop appears again and Hiyato punches him, which apparently awakens the 4th personality, Karura out of nowhere!
The problem I see here is that this arc just came out of nowhere. Karura is barely introduced and was just thrown into the story. This is the problem I see continually with the whole show that some viewers have mentioned; the producers leave out too much crucial information from the visual novel, which causes confusion to people who haven’t touched the source material. I haven’t played the visual novel, so I don’t know how good it is, but it’s definitely a major flaw of the overall story adaptation. Then again, the producers probably didn’t have enough time to fit the really long story in 12 episodes, so they playing it safe and just focusing on the schizophrenia of shoving outlandish comedy with snippets of the original story mixed in.
Besides the obvious flaws, there were a few hilarious and cute moments in this episode. First off, Hiyoko treating Suusuke’s injury on his head I have to say is the funniest reaction I seen from him thus far. He seems to be enjoying the pain while peeking at her panties. Later on, it gets better when Naru shows up in a cat girl overcoat and acts like a cat. It was simply the cherry on top of the moe sundae. Because of this, Naru has to be the cutest girl out of the whole show thus far besides Hiyoko for the cute outfits she wore thus far. It just cannot get any better than this. ¶