The animation isn’t gruesome anymore!
To gain the respect of Trident, Ikki is going to have to attempt the Devil’s 30-30. That essentially means he’s got to jump over 33 people who are lined up, laying on the floor. If he fails, he’ll wind up on the head of somebody and crush their brains. Anyway, the stakes are pretty high here. Ikki’s classmates were stupid to volunteer to be the 33 people. Really, it serves them right if they die. I’m quite positive that nobody will die, but the mental images I’m getting are just amusing. Plus I’ve technically read the spoilers for the last episode, but I’ll pretend that I didn’t and that the tension is killing me. Oh the horror! How will they manage to resolve everything in one more episode? The answer is simple. They won’t. I’m kind of disappointed by that, because I do want to know what happens without having to read 30,000 chapters of manga. I prefer to watch anime over reading manga, so hopefully the rest of this will be animated at some point. For now, I’ll have to get to downloading the final episode and witness the lack-of-ending. I’ll miss Ringo and Akito and that hot guy with glasses whose name I’ve forgotten. The guy with glasses is mildly obnoxious, but still interesting. He’s also nowhere near as obnoxious as the people who kept screaming “Crush! Crush!” in this episode. Ikki had better win just to shut them up. The Engrish speaking announcer for this match is awesome, so I hope there will be some more Engrish next time.

Ringo's move looked pretty darned cool, but of course they had to throw a crow in Easily defeated their captors Here only because I felt the urge to cap him I'd actually be tempted to try that, so long as I'm the one jumping


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