At last, Halloween finally comes. I wonder what Rabbit House and Ama Usa An has planned for their festivities. Also, Cocoa sees a mysterious woman on Halloween night. I wonder who it is.
It’s obvious that Cocoa is practicing her magic trick. She wants to impress Chino, but somehow, she can’t get the magic trick down. Either way, it’s time to open the shop, so she dressed up in her Halloween attire.
When Maya and Megu enters Rabbit House, they are dresses as wolf girls. I must admit that they look cute. Of course, Chino, Cocoa and Rize dresses up as vampires. The funny thing is that Cocoa doesn’t go after Megu and Megu but hugged them instead. Of course, she goes after Chino’s blood. Still, it’s funny how Rize points out that Chino is trying to figure out how to act like a vampire.
Megu and Maya eventually went to Fleur de Lapin where Sharo is working. She is dresses as Red Riding Hood, although she is wearing her usual uniform. It’s kind of ironic since Megu and Maya are wolf girls and supposed to go after her. After Sharo mentions that things are tight lately, they gave her candy before Sharo complains as she wants to eat meat.
Lastly, this leaves Ama Usa An. Chiya is dressed as a witch and she has bandage wrapped on her left hand. Yep, she injured her hand, but still working. That is what you call dedication despite having to deal with the pain. Either way, Maya and Megu decides to help her out by forming a pact. The thing is, it’s all a trick as Chiya ends up giving more points to Megu than Maya. Yep, Maya start fighting with Megu and Chiya begs them to stop. Yep, they only did it to get the candy.
After Megu and Maya helped Chiya out, Chiya treat them to pumpkin tarts. I find it hilarious how Chiya mentions that there are ones tainted with wasabi before saying they aren’t. However, Chiya ended up eating one laced with wasabi anyway after her grandmother mentioned she filled two of them up with them. Opps?
After Chiya walked with Megu and Maya, she picked up some supplies and pumpkins. Yes, Rize noticed her Chiya’s injured arm and decides to help her. Of course, Sharo is waiting for Chiya to give medicine to Chiya for her hand. Yep it’s obvious that Sharo really cares about Chiya. Either way, it’s nice for Chiya to cook dinner for them.
I find it funny when Chiya does a summoning spell with Megu and Maya, Cocoa and Chin appears. Yes, it works, but it’s more of a coincidence. I find it funny how Chiya, Megu, and Maya tricks Chino into thinking that they formed a new Chimametai, which upsets Chino trying to trick them. When Chino chases after Megu and Maya, Chino’s face ended up on Chiya’s chest. Yep, Cocoa became really upset. When Chiya wants Cocoa to hug her, it didn’t end up as expected.
With that, the Halloween night festivities begin in the evening. I find it hilarious how Chino, Chiya, and Sharo dressed up as Phatom Thief Lapin. Of course, Rize dressed up as an inspector. The funny thing is that Rize and Sharo ended up trading costumes as they try to find Cocoa.
As for Cocoa, she is dresses up as a magician. She tries to perform a magic trick in front of a child, but she ends up messing up. A pumpkin child says that Cocoa’s magic skills suck. That is quite meanspirited as Cocoa cries.
Thankfully, a mysterious woman came up to Cocoa and shows how it’s done. However, it looks someone very familiar. Also, a rabbit that looks like Tippy was on top of her head. It’s obvious who it is. It’s the spirit of Chino’s mother. Cocoa eventually hears Chino call out her name. before her mother left. It’s obvious where the spirit came from. Yes, it’s from Tippy.
After all, when Cocoa did the magic trick, Chino is reminded of her mother. After all, she did that magic trick during Chino’s childhood. Maybe we will eventually find out the reason Chino is falling for Cocoa. Yep, it’s probably because of some qualities that Cocoa have that reminds Chino of her mother. Still, I have a feeling that we will learn more about Chino’s mother very soon. ¶