This rating on Fugō Keiji Balance: Unlimited Chapter three contains spoilers. If you haven't watched the episode yet, I recommend you watch it and then come back to read the review.

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Fugō Keiji Balance: Unlimited

Chapter 3

Our favorite detectives are on a new mission, this time trying to stop a young man who has kidnapped a few girls to spread vivacious, uncanny psychopathic behavior. As expected, both of them managed to make the visit to Grandmother's relationship between Haru and Daisuke an exceptional team. Money can't buy everything, but it can help us move forward, it teaches us Fugō Keiji Balance: Unlimited.


Murder is not the kind of memory we'd like to live with. On many occasions we understand what death means and under what conditions it is desirable. The survival instinct with which we take care of life every day relates to our desire to live. For a man with a high level of ethics and commitment to the good, it is difficult to admit that life is just a temporary state of being. Haru finds it difficult to understand that the loss is necessary. The problem is not death or the negative connotation that we normally think of; The real problem is the idealization of good and life.

Choosing between someone else's life and ours leads us to an apparently easy-to-answer question: die or kill? Dying is not an option, but killing is not an easy decision. The criminalization of torture or the death penalty in some countries shows the high esteem of life to highlight humanity. Murder for self-defense or to defend the innocent is not justified according to the strict ethics in which Haru lives. Anyone in his place would have murdered the woman from the bank, she was ready to shoot. But it is at this point that it is determined in idealism. the difference between reason and passion.

Haru is brought into conflict not by guilt but by betrayal of his reason. Survival instinct is another characteristic that is common to animals. His actions were not the product of thinking, but of the fear that causes death. It doesn't matter whether you did the right thing or not. His inability to shoot comes from what he thinks is good or bad. If we looked at life for what it is, another connection to get to death, we would understand the true meaning of striving for death. Being a criminal, being a good detective, being what you want is nothing more than vanity. That our incurable fate is death is an impulse to live the best possible way, but it is a personal decision.

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""He's not the type that would kill someone. "

Once Haru discovers that the boy he shared the trip with kidnapped the train, his head never stops repeating: Not the kind of person that would kill someone. Daisuke subordinates his plans to Haru's wishes; Daisuke also looks out of Haru's eyes. Beyond the differences with which they usually resolve their cases or engage with others, the connection between money and ethics has found its equilibrium point. All of this is the result of a brief visit to the grandmother.

Resolving a case is not just a matter of triggering the trigger. It is correct to say that circumstances can lead to us making big mistakes. However, being grounded is not the same as being forced. Every step, every action, we somehow determine ourselves, the circumstances are nothing more than accidents, in which we have a new opportunity to assert ourselves. The boy wouldn't kill anyone, but the decisions he made aren't the most relevant, but he doesn't deserve to be ignored.

Concluding Fugō Keiji Balance conclusions: Unlimited

This return was eagerly awaited and not in vain. The first two chapters formed a solid foundation to talk about selfishness, ethics, the value of life, money, and justice. The broadcast of Fugō Keiji Balance: Unlimited It was spectacular. The animation and musicalization reflect a good job. The arguments continue to consolidate, but I'm sure they'll leave us speechless at the end of this season. The problems of the characters, their circumstances and their own personality offer an open panorama of reflection and controversy.

In short, it's worth keeping up with this anime. Being part of this growth cannot disappoint, after all, several months have passed since the last chapter, and that time can mean reinvention. It goes without saying that I was enthusiastic about this anime from the first minute, but I know the work that requires objectivity. I like to know the opinion of the public, we can enrich opinions, I am sure that studying other points will show where this anime is going.


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