After making a stop in Orussia, the band’s next stop is in Fuso. Of course, after Milasha decides to trade her good luck fortune with Aira’s bad luck one. As Milasha finds out, this may not be a great idea.
At last, Luminous Witches arrived at their next destination, Fuso, which is Inori’s homeland. As expected, they were unaffected by the Neuroi invasion. Also, it’s interesting that the banner has the Japanese text backward and uses the obsolete Katakana wi ヰ for witches.
With that, the girls made their wishes as Milasha received good luck fortune while Aira had bad luck one. I like how Inori explains that bad luck doesn’t necessarily mean it’s bad. She traded it because Aira is Milasha’s biggest crush and idol. After all, it’s just superstition, right?
As expected, I find it funny how Milasha made that bad luck fortune into a self-fulfilling prophecy. She begins to regret trading the fortune. She overshoots the air formations. Thankfully, nobody noticed too much, as Ellie had her back. Still, Milasha feels terrible that she messed up in front of Aira. Even so, Aira still gives Milasha a head pat to calm her down. Of course, she turns around and points out her mistakes along with Ellie’s.
Of course, we finally meet Inori’s grandmother, as they plan to stay at her house. Yep, asides from the grey hair, she looks surprisingly young looking. I like how she shared her granddaughter’s experiences playing the Koto. But, of course, Inori’s difficulties playing it during her childhood lies with not being good as her grandmother. So, yes, it’s understandable, but thankfully she got better at it since then.
Of course, Milasha’s rivalry with Ellie over Aira hits a fever pitch. Yep, they competed over doing various tasks around Inori’s grandmother’s house. Milasha obviously sees Ellie as a rival. As expected. Unlike Ellie, Milasha struggled with the chores she did, but at least they completed them perfectly.
Even so, Milasha is not done with Ellie yet. She decides to have a race with strikers. At least we finally get a beach episode as the girls wear swimsuits. Yep, that is all the fanservice you will get, but at least it’s good. Also, seeing the girls in yukatas and seeing Maria, Mana, Jo, and Silvie bathing in a Japanese bath is a nice touch.
Either way, it’s funny how Ellie is laid back while Milasha is serious about winning. She almost made it, but the seagulls messed her up, causing her to plunge into the ocean, and a jellyfish stung her. Thankfully, Inori got to treat her. It’s clear that Milasha’s bad luck fortune from her trade is holding her back.
While Milasha took the fortune out, she took a shard of the record. The record contains the song she likes the most, which Aira sang. Since records break if one plays them too much makes us grateful for things like CDs and digital music. Inori wants to hear it, but it becomes apparent what song it is. Also, it’s nice to see her sing that song while Inori plays the Koto. Of course, Aira eventually joins in as well, which is nice.
I find it interesting that Ginny wonders why Milasha wants to compete with Ellie. As expected, Ellie shares how she likes how cute and awkward Milasha along with her go-getter personality. She also can relate to her not being able to visit her hometown. I can see why everyone gets along with Milasha, especially Ginny.
We also find out after the performance that Milasha doesn’t only want to be like Aira but to surpass her. She needs to first surpass Ellie.
With that, it’s nice to see Inori’s homeland. Also, Ginny met an actual night witch, Nishisugi Tomomi, thanks to Moffy. She is a big fan of Ginny, especially Luminous Witches. Also, it’s funny to see Grace getting drunk with Ishida. I wondered if they did anything productive or just went drinking. It’s more of the latter.
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