Seiya finally remembers the promise he made to Latifah during his childhood. What was it?
At a glance, it seems that the amusement park is doing well as the fairies and mascots finally launched the evening hours with a magnificent display. Sadly, it seems that the visitor count is not growing fast enough as projections indicates that the park will fall short of 500000 visitor goal they need to reach to stay open.
For a while now, I felt that Latifah was hiding something about her health from Seiya. While she was making some food, she suddenly faints. After that, Isuzu finally tells him about the curse Latifah has and how it drains her energy along with causing her to lose her memories and prevent aging. Latifah’s memory loss was already hinted several episode back when she had no recollection of meeting she had with Seiya when he was a child.
Although Seiya finally remembers what happened in the past, Isuzu revealing Latifah’s secret clearly had an effect on him. He suddenly became agitated and desperate to save the park for Latifiah’s sake. I can’t blame him even if other cast members became somewhat rebellious against him. It’s clear that he doesn’t want to fail to save her again, especially now since everything is at stake. I just can’t blame him for that. Then again, there is always a way to break the curse and given that this show is a fairy tale that is happening in real life, he may as well become her prince that will break the wizard’s curse. Still, I can’t help but to feel very sympathetic towards Latifah mostly because she is adorable.
Despite the dire situation, it seems that he is still hopeful that he will meet the goal as seen in the end of the episode and perhaps break the curse. Even if he manages to do so, there is a good possibility that the cycle will happen one more time. Still, I wonder if the wizard reincarnated himself as Kurisu Takuya in order to prevent Seiya from saving the princess. It’s a good possibility. Regardless, I think Seiya with everyone’s help will manage to pull through and meet or exceed the goal. ¶