Selenia does the unthinkable and makes Fa kill Kotone. But is this really the end of Kotone? Maybe not as someone finds a way to revive her.
Last time, it seems that Selenia’s rage towards the kingdom got to her that she took it on Kotone as she controls Fa. As expected, Rufuria and Rakira become upset over the death of their friend. Even Satona couldn’t save her since Kotone’s spirit left her body. When Fa transformed into her normal form, she cried, making it evident that someone forced her to do it.
As for the dragon itself, it was looking for a new volcano to give birth to its baby. However, Selenia controlled the dragon until the white one showed up to stop her. She is obviously behind this, making Satona believe that it’s not Fa’s fault.
On the other hand, Rufuria, Rakira, and Fa are sad over Kotone’s death. Yes, this part was surprising since this is a Manga Time Kirara title, after all, and not usually this dark. But thankfully, Lilly saves the day as she finds Kotone’s soul, puts it in a doll and brings it to the site where Kotone lies in the coffin. After all, I feel that the story can’t continue without her.
With her magic, she can resurrect Kotone. Sure, I kind of knew this would happen, but it’s evident that Kotone’s friends are happy to see Kotone alive again. As expected, Kotone’s little sisters were worried about her too.
At last, we find out why Satona took in Fa. Apparently, she finds her after defeating the Demon Lord and decides to take her in. She believes that Fa will become helpful in rebuilding the kingdom. I can see why since Fa can communicate with non-beings, making the job easier. But, of course, there is a risk that the Demon Lord army will target her. Fafnir or Fa is the Demon Lord’s child, making her a vital target for the opposition. This probably explains why Fa tried to cover up this fact.
Either way, as a precaution, the king and Satona reassign the whole RPG Real Estate team to a remote island. That is after thanking them for saving the day, although it’s mostly Kotone and Fa. After all, Selenia might target Fa again in the future. I find it funny how Rufuria becomes worried about her promotion. At least Satona assures her that she will receive it after returning from her assignment.
Aside from the celebration, at least Kotone’s wishes of living in a house with her friends became true. Then again, it’s probably her hard work that got her here. We also get a glimpse of Alice, who becomes a relator in the third volume, where this show stops at the beginning. Still, seeing Kotone move out does remind me of the time I moved out of my first house to my new place.
As expected, like with most Manga Time Kirara adaptations, RPG Fudousan is an exciting fantasy slice of life. After all, it focused on cute girls selling real estate in a fantasy world, which I believe hasn’t received much focus in other manga I know.
Of course, all the intrigue besides the world-building is mostly on Fa’s identity. Is she the dragon? We know she is not that dragon but, in fact, the Demon Lord’s daughter. Still, I don’t think someone as sweet as Fa would kill someone or rampage unless someone controls her.
However, some have mixed feelings because of the fanservice. Yes, this show has more fanservice than your typical Kirara anime. The manga has more fanservice as Rakira’s and Fa’s outfits are more revealing than in the anime. The mangaka, Kenmotsu Chiyo, who is female, works on shounen manga. This can explain the fanservice.
I highly doubt there will be a sequel since it’s rare. But, overall, RPG Fudousan is enjoyable slice of life fantasy that got better after the first few episodes. It’s nice to see the guests for whom Kotone and her friends help find a home. Also, the yuri pairings don’t disappoint. Essentially, Rakira and Rufuria are husband and wife and Kotone, and Fa is getting there.