As Sora and Shiro finally gets all the information they need, they issue a challenge to the werebeasts.
From the look of it, it’s quite surprising that werebeasts aren’t as capable as they say they were. From the information Sora revealed, the games the werebeasts gave is basically a video game that is rigged to insure that the challenger will lose every time because he/she can’t trigger an event to win. Considering that the werebeasts have the source code and the developer console since they developed the game, they can change the game to their favor no matter what. This means that they don’t have to do anything but just get clueless challengers. Since they lied about their mind reading tricks, this might indicate that their games are poorly coded.
To me, the only way Sora and Shiro can possibly win is to of course find a vulnerability in the game, perform something like a buffer overflow on it to exploit it and insert some code and run it so that they can change the conditions around and have the game go into their favor. Maybe this is how Blank managed to beat every video game out there because they are good at hacking? Who knows, but I think they will find a way to win although wagering their race piece is tad too extreme in my opinion.
Aside from that, I really enjoyed this episode mostly because of the references.I couldn’t stop laughing when Jibril says Eru’s now infamous catchphrase complete with her expression. Even so, I admit that Izuna is pretty adorable despite having a sharp tongue. Aside from that, Shiro is now on her own as the virtual reality game begins without Sora. Will she pull though without her brother? I think so because Blank never loses.
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