It seems that Ilulu has put a spell on Kobayashi to prove that she is like other humans. The question is, will Tohru notice?
From last time, it seems that Ilulu doesn’t seem to like how she gets along with dragons. To prove that Kobayashi is like all men is, despite her being a woman. Ilulu used the magic to temporarily turn Kobayashi into a man. Yep, hilarity ensures as Tohru got out of the shower wearing only a towel. Kobayashi started acting funny as her face blushes red and Tohru becomes a bit suspicious of her.
Kobayashi decides to try to avoid Tohru and Kanna until the spell wears off. The funny thing is that when she woke up, Kanna was sleeping in the same bed. Yep, I wonder why? Of course, she becomes reluctant to ask Tohru for help since it’s obvious how she will react.
Still, it’s funny how Tohru and Kanna do the canoe ride on the sofa. Yep, it must be the spell that is doing it. Not only that, Tohru hugs Kobayashi out of nowhere while Kanna lays on her lap. Not only that, Tohru almost saw it as she walked in on the shower. I wonder if Tohru already noticed already.
Thankfully, the spell almost wears off and Tohru wants to drink together. Yep, Tohru undresses as Kobayashi finds out that she knew all along. Also, Tohru wants to do it until Kobayashi becomes disappointed for her taking the maid outfit off. As expected, Tohru blew it.
In the second half, Ilulu runs away from a harmony dragon who wants to slay her. In short, Kobayashi manages to find her, seriously injured. She protects her from the dragon that is after her with one of those pocket alarms. Sadly, the police didn’t come, but at least it’s enough time for them to escape.
As expected, Ilulu wonders why Kobayashi saved her. We learn about her past as for the reason she didn’t like Tohru mingle with humans. It’s because of her childhood where she befriended some humans, and somehow, she lost her parents to some dragon slayers. Despite this, she still wants to play with them all. Yep, Kobayashi will most likely tame her like she did with Tohru.
Of course, the harmony dragon appeared again to finish Ilulu off. While Kobayashi tried to defend her, the dragon punched her. Yep, he shouldn’t have done that as Tohru is angry. She strangles the harmony dragon before sending him back where he came from. Thankfully, his memories got erased as a result. Of course, Kobayashi collapsed shortly after, but thankfully she made a full recovery thanks to Tohru. What is surprising is that Ilulu is beside her, crying.
The last part is of course Ilulu joining the family. It’s obvious that Tohru shows some jealousy towards her as Ilulu develops a crush on Kobayashi. Yep, Tohru has competition now. Also, it appears that Kobayashi just grew her harem of female dragons.
Also, Ilulu manages to transform her hands, but it turns into two circles. Yep, the circle has many tiny hands. Thankfully, it appears that she manages to transform them proper shape in the next episode preview. Still, I find it funny how she thinks the human manual Tohru has is biased. Not too surprising since on the mating page, it reads she wants to do it. Yep, it’s obvious what it is. Nevertheless, it’s nice to see her now part of the family.
Lastly, I find it funny how Saikawa set up her doll collection with Georgie. The funny thing is that Saikawa doesn’t think it looks complete until she put a doll of herself and Kanna. Yep, it’s bound to happen.
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