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As they continue their journey, along with Nicholas D. Wolfwood, they had went to a deserted place called as the Windmill Village. Windmill Village has no Plant stored there, but it only uses a giant windmill to generate an electricity power. Without winds, there will be no power.
Vash has encountered a giant within that village that is already in ruins. Only to find out that it was just someone whom he has helped many years ago.
Another tragic Episode, which somehow you could learn from it by just watching it! Let’s have a review!
Quite surprising that the villain itself is actually the one that you saved! But then, this is just a contextual spoiler. But for the character, it seems that getting driven by angst and revenge can no longer tell if it is really him or her anymore, isn’t it? Quite common for some series to brainwash some people who thinks that their memories are totally lost.
Another thing. I had pointed out that Vash’s saint-like character can sometimes put other people in danger. Well, not unless if a major character has died. Wolfwood did really made his part as a supporter there, telling him about some possible endings if Vash keeps to do his “save the innocent from the baddies” routine. Nothing else to point out here, especially with the other two, Meryl and Roberto. And then, I feel sorry for the child character, though.
Story. It really shows about on how promises are made. We can really keep our words, and sometimes we call ourselves as a “man of his own words”. But then, not all promises are made, especially when some random conflicts had risen along the way. Making such promises, as well as either fulfilling them or breaking them, can really change the flow of our relationships between us and other people. And also, doing such promises can really change the course of our future. At the same time, these such actions can really put us into despair, or even breaking up relationships with other people.
Those are the things that I have learned from this Episode. It has really dealt with something which has something to do with psychology and such. And also, this Episode is driven with angst, thinking about the tragedy happened. And of course, there are downs where you could show mercy to an enemy who has killed some innocent people.
Overall, this Episode is really stressful, and at the same time, inspiring. Sometimes, not all promises are made on time.
My Rating: AVERAGE (2.7/5)
This series is now streaming on Crunchyroll (for NA/US) and on Bilibili Asia App (SEA).
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