To get Lanzhu to change her mind, Kasumi, Kanata, Emma, and Rina decides to do a performance together as a group. However, it’s harder than it seems.
While Rie’s team finally made the break, sadly the same can be said about Riko, Mahoro, Aya, and Miharu. That is until they receive a very sus email. Of course, it’s obvious what Riko and Miharu does, which is a bit risky and possibly dangerous.
As Menou and Akari head to Garm by train, with Princess Ashuna on the train, trouble is bound to happen.
Now that Momo and Mikan moved next door to Shamiko, they finally start investigating Sakura’s whereabouts. Of course, Shamiko finds a strange looking wand during the process.
While Rakira stays behind at the RPG Real Estate office, Kotone, Fa, and Rufuria goes on another assignment. Yes, to sell property around the Demon Lord’s castle, which is now an amusement park and its own town. Also, their boss finally meets Kotone.
Of course, the spring season is so packed with shows that I can’t possibly cover them all. With that, it’s time to share my short impressions on the remaining shows that I do not plan to cover.
After a stunning performance by Lanzhu during the open house and Shioriko scolding her, she still against joining the School Idol Club. Regardless, Kazumi, Kanata, Emma, and Rina decide to follow her as Lanzhu prepares to do her surprise performance.
It’s been a while as the girls finally change their casual outfits. Of course, the question remains, as Rie put it, is the “Industrial Waste” team doomed or can they make a break they are looking for.
Last time, Menou took out a generic male isekai character before he did any real damage. With that, this leaves her one more target. However, when she tries to exterminate her last target, she is in for a nasty surprise.
Now that Shamiko wrote a “challenge letter,” it seems that Momo interprets it as something else. Yep, a date. I wonder what happened after that special moment and what led to it. This is where things get a bit interesting.