Now that a legendary giant dragon has appeared, Mitsuha and her mercenaries have to slay a dragon. Thankfully, she knows a way to defeat it.
As expected, the dragon finally appears. While the dragon seems confident in defeating Mitsuha and her mercenaries and burning the kingdom to the ground. As expected, it’s funny to see Mitsuha project herself as a goddess using a drone and a projector. Either way, she had a lot of runs as the mercenaries threw a lot of ammunition at the dragon. Of course, seeing Mitsuha use her teleportation magic to evade the dragon’s attack is quite clever.
At the end of the day, it was funny to see Mitsuha launch a rocket into the dragon’s mouth and see him flee as he died. The mercenary leader takes the dragon fang as a trophy. The funny thing is that he ends up selling it for some money despite receiving gold for Mitsuha. But, of course, the nobles paid Mitsuha well, as she received a noble title for her work protecting the kingdom and that older brother from the Bozes family.
Of course, Mitsuha read many letters from Collette and a letter from Sabine for the abovementioned ceremony. It’s nice how Mitsuha got a fancy dress created for the occasion.
With that, we are back at the full circle as she shows up at Colette’s place to offer a job helping her out. This was the plan, but it’s nice to see Colette finally with Mitsuha again. Of course, Sabine tried to tag along, but the knights got her. I think she will find a way to. Either way, it seems that Mitsuha ditched capitalism for feudalism to make more money since she now has land to manage.
As expected, Rougo ni Sonaete Isekai de 8-Man-Mai no Kinka o Tamemasu is an exciting concept for an Isekai show. Mitsuha’s overpowered ability allows her to go between worlds with healing abilities. Of course, she uses her new skills to her advantage to sell stuff from the real world and the other world.
Surprisingly, I do like how resourceful Mitsuha is; she does a lot of planning and research before carrying out her plans. However, she also makes things work out in her favor while helping others. Not to mention, I do like how she dresses in various outfits, depending on what she does. Still, the maid outfit she wears when she runs her shop is cute.
As a whole, Rougo ni Sonaete Isekai de 8-Man-Mai no Kinka o Tamemasu has a simple premise but is fascinating to watch. While I do like how Sabine and Colette end up being contenders for Mitsuha’s female “harem,” this reminds me of Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear with Fina and Noa. While Colette doesn’t get much screen time compared to Sabine, who seems to have some attachment for Mitsuha, the first girl will obviously get the upper hand in the end. Still, it’s a fun watch, pretty much on the same as Watashi, Nouryoku wa Heikinchi de tte Itta you ne. After all, it’s written by the same author.
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