It’s obvious that Tomoyo is leading the way with new recording technologies.
Sakura tells Tomoyo and Syaoran what happened last time. Apparently, the cards Sakura captured (Labyrinth and Snooze) works similarly to Maze and Sleep. Given that the previous cards like Aqua and Watery are similar too, I wonder if the Clear Cards is an alternate dimension to the Crow Cards. The math teacher talking about equality strongly hints this.
While on their way home walking with Akiho, they run into Kaito. Syaoran feels a strange presence with Kaito. After talking to Eriol, the middle name in Kaito’s name suggests that he is from a magical association and perhaps a powerful magician. Apparently, he uses the same magic source as Syaoran, which can cause problems in the future. As for Akiho, she doesn’t have any magical powers, although she might have potential. Aside from Kaito being a possible villain, there is still some things that are unknown.
As for the capture of the week, it happens at a penguin themed playground. It’s funny how Tomoyo left Sakura a battle outfit when she couldn’t be there. This time, Kero is doing the recording on an action cam stuck to his head. Yes, Tomoyo’s mom developed a GoPro-like camera.
This time, a card is turning all the playground equipment upside down. Of course, the card will give Sakura a hard time. I find it funny how it turns her upside down and almost put her head into the ground. Thankfully, she used the Fly card, which allowed her to capture the card. The funny thing is that Sakura sees people looking at the upside-down playground. Thankfully, Sakura and Kero ran away before things got bad.
I have to admit that it’s funny seeing Sakura looking at a news report about the said playground. Sadly, the recording didn’t quite go well as the camera slipped midway the recording. Understandably, Tomoyo doesn’t seem happy at all and will train Kero. It’s understandable given that I had my GoPro suction mount come off while it is recording. Either way, it’s a fun episode. ¶