When will Seph understand that she can’t possibly beat Sora and Shiro?
From the last episode, I discussed that relying on luck is probably not a good idea for the fact that this kind of strategy does not ensure victory and it can be easily circumvented. The problem is that luck doesn’t necessarily exist, but rather it’s based on probability. Once the player fully understands how it works for a particular game, he/she can easily win. This is probably the main reason Seph loses every time against Sora and Shiro because they know how it works for each game they are playing.
On the other hand, I can’t help but to feel bad for Steph at the same time. Sure, Sora and Shiro has been cruel to her from day one and forcing her to do stuff against her will such as take off an article of clothing or acting like a dog. This is kind of ironic considering that she is apparently intelligent and managed to make a lot of connections with other people. Sure, some can argue that all the punishments she received is done in the name of fanservice, but perhaps she might have learned her lesson that she shouldn’t dive into stuff and bet high without preparing first. It’s like going into a boss battle without upgrading equipment and leveling up to a high enough level to beat it. By doing this, it sets the player up for disaster.
Aside from Steph’s suffering, we have finally seen a first glimpse of Jibril, who is an Flügel or a type of angel. Yep, her introduction is not what everyone expects since she supposed to give a feeling of death. Aside from that, I can’t wait to see what game they will play next time. ¶