As Rider gets captured, how will Miyu react with Illya in the same school?
From watching at this episode, I thought Miyu was godly as she is great at everything. She knows how to calculate a cone’s area using calculus, know how to cook hamburg meal, create great artwork and beaten Illya at track. At the same time, she seems very quiet and not that interested in interacting with others. Not only that, she doesn’t want Sapphire to interact with Illya. It worries me.
On the other hand, something about Miyu kind of makes her feel mysterious. Besides her advanced level of thinking, she doesn’t seem to trust other people. Even with her meeting with Illya outside school. It appeared that she wanted to fight alone. She said that Illya shouldn’t fight because she doesn’t have a reason to do so. While that’s true, I don’t think Miyu can handle capturing the cards just on her own. Who knows, maybe Illya will come up a reason to fight when she becomes confident enough. She just need some more time.
As a whole, while the slice of life moments with Miyu transferring into the school was hilarious as it played with the clichés of magical girl shows, Illya’s lack of confidence kind of bothers me. She is still indecisive whether or not she should continue being a magical girl. I think things will change since Miyu obviously can’t handle everything on her own. Even so, the whole magical girl thing is rather simple so far, capturing servants into cards. Because of this, I don’t think it needs that much explaining from Ruby or Sapphire since it’s basically Grail Wars meets magical girls.
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