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Many Faces, One Target

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Overview (Story)
“You did well, Sophie.”

A group of Sophie’s clones are arriving and having Blade as their primary target of interest. Sophie learned that these clones of hers are somehow a part of the Artificial Great Hero Project, which was abandoned many years ago. That project was used in order to surpass the Great Hero, who later appeared as Blade from the past. When these clones are aftering Blade somehow, Sophie leaves the campus in order to talk about it to her clones, as well as convincing to stop them.

When Sophie has left, the rest of the party are joining Blade in his search. And then, Blade got an idea in order to draw out Sophie’s clones — He invites and challenges them into a five-on-one match!

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Review time! Somehow, looking serious. But with those cut-in comedy, they are just breaking the mood of the Episodes!

To make up for that “worst” Episode of Sophie last time, they had surprised me with some two-part Episode arc, where my judgment shall be put into a test! Yep, basically a story arc, but does not really touching to the story arc of Blade, who is the main character, for me.

Sophie did really maximize her character potential here, as if this series is now introducing her with some multiple characters, who are called as her sisters. Yep, and their names are in French numbers, though.

The storyline is bit off from the actual main plot, as if it is only focused on Sophie. But then, I do really thought that the last two Episodes are actually the season finale. So then, I don’t really expect some major character killing here after all, especially with some other characters who did nothing of their roles here. Of course, Earnest’s spotlight is totally stolen here. And then, other girls did really do nothing significant here whatsoever, making it a boring, season finale.

Nothing too much to learn as an insight. It is just straightforward plot that when you are given a choice, will you fight? Or will you just give up and die? There will be choices as usual, as when you can fight whilst your enemy is strong, or you will just die because you can’t defeat him or her. That’s it for the insight!

Eh? The Episode 12 is already the Finale?!

Overall, two Episodes in one review! And basically, they were just like a story arc filler, in order to make up with the rating. In the sense that it has no relation to the actual plot, all I can say that this Anime got still a lot more way to go. And who knows that there might be a second season, just in order to resolve the known plot holes, as this series runs?

My Rating: AVERAGE (2.6/5)

Review Rating Summary and Breakdown

Story: (2/5) – Story might be boring for a season finale, especially when it was just a filler arc, which is too far from the main plot.
Animation: (3/5) – Just right. But then, there is still a room for improvement, especially with some other characters who need their spotlight to be back (Especially Earnest).
Insights: (3/5) – It is just straightforward plot that when you are given a choice, will you fight? Or will you just give up and die?

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Series Info
Eiyuu Kyoushitsu - Classroom for Heroes

Can be streamed on Bilibili Asia and on Crunchyroll.

This Anime premiered since from July 9, 2023 with its first Episode.

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Inori Donz

Inori Donz is a blogger, video gamer, Anime enthusiast, bicycle rider, and Anime figure photographer. His favorite area of concentration is 'LoveLive! Series', where he plays its featured smartphone video games, as well as watching its Anime series counterparts. "I like Anime, toys and figures, and mostly, I like playing free-to-play video games. Definitely not your usual commoner you see everyday in the streets." He started his blogging journey since December 2013, with a free WordPress blog, named 'IemDonz Blog'. That free blog contains most of his Anime figure photography works, as well as some of his opinions and experiences in the Anime world.