This review on Yuuki Yuuna wa Yuusha from Aru: Dai Mankai no Shou contains spoilers. If you haven't seen the chapter we recommend that you do it and then go back to read the review.

Chapter 10: Power Born of Adversity

The defense system called the Palace of a Thousand Views is activated, but it is delayed, the heroines and guards must win as long as possible, although the real intention is to complete the ceremony. The leader of the guards doubts as the heroines try to win back their friend. Togo and Fu arrive at the place of the ritual, only that people disappear on the battlefield and humanity loses faith, Aya tries to remain calm, but reveals the desire of several: to live. Now the enemies are no longer necessarily the vertex, but rather the same heavenly gods who appear when they breach the barrier. Fate is in your hands.

Chapter opinion

The fight that will end all fights has arrived, everyone in their positions and doing what they have to do. I liked it, the animation feels really good and so does the soundtrack. Additionally, there are various reasons why they struggle, some for survival, some for their friends, others because, among other things, it is their mission. In and of itself there is not much to analyze at the content level, it is the simple development of events and few things can be said in the middle of a battle. In this respect, it is understandable that few things have been included so that the dialogues are not empty, things that make sense in what was said. It's more of a chapter to be enjoyed.

The last fight

There has always been the human hope for a final battle, campaign or war that will end all conflicts in the world and create a new good order for all. One of them is on an earthly plane, the other can be called heavenly or divine. In this case, those who wish to live individually fight to establish earthly peace (taking only Kusunoki as an example), while still others (mainly Taisha) hope to join the heavenly ones in order to find that peace. As Aya says, whether you continue or join the gods, humanity will be saved. Every "last" fight serves to a certain extent for redemption.

Loss of Faith and Recovery

In my country there is a saying that says: Faith is the best thing in life. To save yourself, you have to believe in both yourself and what you believe. Is people disappearing because of a lack of faith or because they have so much trust? Shinju-sama who has already become one with him? From what is mentioned in the anime it turns out to be more at first because the gun no longer seems to have enough energy to be fired, if your solution fails, faith and hope are lost. In any case, the heroines are the ones who, despite all odds, believe that things can end well, and it is they who stay, even Aya herself who has accepted her wish to live. As long as there is life there is still hope.

See the latest, yes Shinju-sama gives the heroes the power, and we've seen he can take them away like it happened with Chikage, why not take the power away so that the Shinkon Continue? Well it would all end so there would be less tension. Anyway, what is really happening? Can you save Yuna? Will Gendo Ikari appear as the head behind the addition? We'll know in the final chapters that remain.

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