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Slime Taoshite 300-nen, Shiranai Uchi ni Level Max or Nattemashita - Chapter 7: I have defeated the Demon King
With Halcara's impending execution to knock the Demon King unconscious, Azusa and his company develop a plan to save Halcara from his death. The highland witch procures medicinal plants and makes a preparation that can wake Pecora and thus avoid execution by clearing up the misunderstanding. With the help of Vania, Azusa manages to reach the doors of the infirmary and defeat the guards after their disguise doesn't work. She enters the room, but before she gives the Demon King the potion, she wakes up.
To clear out all of the misunderstanding that got even bigger when Azusa tried to get her to drink a suspicious potion that looks like poison, Pecora tells her to confront her to find out whether or not she is really after her life just want to save the elf. Since the highland witch is the winner, Pecora accepts all her words, after all it was a test from the beginning to measure her strength. Hoping to be in Azusa's care during the ceremony.
The next day during the ceremony. Laika is invited to go on stage with Azusa and meet again with Flatorte, who is there as the representative of the blue dragons. To conclude the peace treaty, Pecora has Azusa stroke Flatortes' horns. Something that, within her traditions, returns to the highland witch in the lover of the blue dragon. Enlarge the family again.
Little by little, the series has shown more depth in the plot of its story, as well as in the development of its characters. Even if it's a little thin for my taste, I don't see any need for it to show any deep plot or for its characters to be well grounded. Mainly because of the comedy as the dominant sex. However, I also think that the plot and characters should have a minimum of depth in order to have more public interest and not be forgotten. By doing previous episode She had already shown it with the little "bow" from Rosalie, who wanted to change her outfit and was enjoying the journey that she could not enjoy as a ghost of being tied to the Halcara factory.
This time in Slime Taoshite 300-nen, Shiranai Uchi ni Level Max and Nattemashita - Chapter 7 was the turn of Flotarte and Pecora. Both have similar backgrounds and behave differently in front of others than they really are. I think these drawers float you a lot more than the demon king. Well, unlike Pecora who shows his kind personality, his position as Demon King makes the other demons around him too serious in his presence. While Flotarte "dug" his own grave for his actions as the "leader" of the blue dragons in the disputes against the red dragons.
With regard to Flatorte, in this chapter they also mentioned a little about the traditions of the blue kite. That because of their pride they give their lives entirely to their Master. While I honestly learned about it, I was a little annoyed with how she ended up serving Azusa. After all, it was strict enough tradition that Flotarte refused more resolutely to let the highland witch stroke her horns. Had I had any other way of serving Azusa, the blue dragon would likely have had better character development. Although there is still a possibility of having it in the future.
Pecora, for his part, hides a personality with enough innuendo, though Yuri. But not necessarily because of their sexual tastes. But because of their hope of finding someone stronger than them who can be with that person. Something I was given to understand was derived from a story he was reading that appears to have a plot Yuri in the middle. Which of course brought this genre even more to this anime. As a lover of Yuri I appreciate the increase in such scenes in the story, but I don't see the need to add them to the story either. You might as well never have shown any allusions Yuri or a possible love affair between Azusa and another character, be it major, minor, or a completely new one.
Mind you, I couldn't help but get emotional during the kiss on the cheek scene and be disappointed at being interrupted. The scene I was looking forward to the most was this Kabedon from Azusa to Pecora. Which, in my opinion, suits the highland witch much better than the one Beelzebub imagined in her place. While I won't deny that I envisioned the same scene, but with Beelzebub instead of Pecora being bent against the wall by the highland witch. At this point, when Azusa starts showing love interest for another character, I hope it is for Beelzebub. I think they would make a very good couple.
I was hoping to see more of Fatra Slime Taoshite 300-nen, Shiranai Uchi ni Level Max and Nattemashita - Chapter 7 and not the short look it had. At least one character introduction as long (in terms of screen time) as his younger sister Vania. In that regard, I feel like I owe them something. However, none of the Leviathan sisters is a main or minor character who lives in the highland witch's house. From what I normally see, you don't give them that much importance as all you have got is what is necessary to make more sense of the story of the episode and the current arc. After all, it seems very absurd to me to imagine Azusa walking freely through the Demon King's castle in search of the infirmary.
Return with the sisters Fatra and Vania. Personally, I liked the older sister a lot more than the younger one. Fatra's personality is a little more serious or hardworking than her sister, who is more active and cheerful. But Fatra won't be Kuudere either, which in my opinion would have given the character a lot more points. While its aesthetic design is very similar, I liked Fatra's design more, with the bangs almost covering one eye.
That along with that seiyuu What is there a voice Miku itou, who did it with: Miku Nakano ((Gotoubun no Hanayome), maple ((Nekopara), Kokkoro ((Princess Connect Re: diving), Narumi inoue ((Re-Kan!), among other. They reminded me of my favorite quintuplet. However, I didn't hear the voice at all similar between Fatra and Miku, at most a bit of the tone of the voice, but if I didn't know who it is seiyuuI would never have guessed.
The Leviathans weren't the only sisters they appeared in Slime Taoshite 300-nen, Shiranai Uchi ni Level Max and NattemashitaWell, there is also Shalsha and Falfa. The little twins who received a kiss from their beloved mother in this chapter. Something that seems a little insignificant, but personally showed me how Azusa, Shalsha and Falfa seem more and more like a real family. With a development that goes unnoticed if you accept that they will be a family a short time after they meet.
By the way, when I think about the kissing scene and the way the characters turn red (which I have to accept is that it makes me look a bit strange, but I'm still not sure why I'm doing it). The quality of the animation was different than in the previous chapter. It's not that it went down, but that the change in the fluidity of the movements has become very apparent to me. Have moments with good fluidity, such as the exact moment of the Kabedon from Azusa to Pecora. While others found the "fluidity" to be very robotic (if any), I was referring to the scene in which Azusa defeats the first two guards outside the infirmary. The movements seemed too flat to me.