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Tensei Oujo to Tensai Reijou no Mahou Kakumei - Chapter 11: The Spiritual Pact of Desperation and Determination
anise She is being pressured by the nobility in the kingdom to give up magic and quickly sire an heir in order to be accepted next queen. that is when euphie he also asks the princess ilia And layman to accompany her to a meeting with the the next day royalty and his father the duke magenta. in which is also present LumiA spirit of contract. With everyone's presence euphie reveals his plan to make a pact with the spirits so he can take the throne. This makes you angry aniseWell, you don't want to see that euphie go through the same as Lumi. who is really Lumielle Rene Palettiaone of his ancestors.
leave the session, anise hidden between the streets of the city. Under the rain and crying from arguing with euphiethe princess is found by aslant, who takes her to his mansion. after you calm down, anise says everything aslant. The latter gives her the opportunity to leave the throne and embark on a journey together to continue their respective investigations, but she is turned down.
euphie arrives at the mansion aslant looking for anise. leave you alone anise And euphie They have another discussion about the future of both as neither of them wants the other to sacrifice themselves. to convince them anise challenge to a duel euphie.
a lazy kingdom
I'm watching the first scene of Tensei Oujo to Tensai Reijou no Mahou Kakumei - Chapter 11 was enough to see the kingdom rotten in its own way. Scene that made me nauseous, by the way.
See how the elderly nobles They talked so casually about the future of others just because the path she was taking was jeopardizing her position, it was just disgusting. Regardless of age or size of social status, as long as they can continue with their lifestyle. Some that may not even have been acquired through personal merit, but through simple inheritance. Something that's always present in animes with this theme, but is rarely represented that well in my opinion.
So I empathized with the words of completely aslant In Tensei Oujo to Tensai Reijou no Mahou Kakumei – Chapter 11. With a king who couldn't, didn't want to or didn't try to change the mentality of the people Noblepass on the heavy burden to their little children (something that Algard he tried to solve it in his own way); nobles who wish to uphold outdated traditions; in general "high command" who do not appreciate that princess although they have more achievements than all of them combined. A rotten kingdom, with no need for famine, war, or "corruption" (assuming there was during the rebellion of the Arcane Minister).
The Noble It has always had a similar portrayal in the vast majority of anime and has been singled out for racism. What I think is also shown in Tensei Oujo to Tensai Reijou no Mahou Kakumeiwhereby the spell its 'separation' with the Citizens. But instead of being physically demonstrated with oppression and/or violence, the mentality of those involved is revealed. This takes away from the storyline, but I think it added depth to the storyline and character development.
A blessing to those who seek it, a curse to those who have it
Honestly the contribution of Lumi left a lot to be desired Tensei Oujo to Tensai Reijou no Mahou Kakumei - Chapter 11. I had high hopes of learning more about spirits, magic and the meaning of the pact after watching these previous episode. However, they focused entirely on the curse of aging and its consequences. I don't know if the same thing happens in literary works, but I feel like the adaptation left out details. If so, maybe it would be adjusting the script and leaving the 12-episode adaptation, or the explanation would just be slow and boring.
In any case, I don't feel like they have fully unraveled the mystery surrounding them Lumi. Although part of me already assumed she was dealing with kings, my theory was really different around her. That she ever searched Grantz when he had the opportunity to ascend the throne to free his friend.
I really would have liked to know more about magic and ghosts Lumi. Also for the hypothetical chance, the possibilities behind it anise couldn't use magic (picking up the genre a bit isekai). Why the nobles can use it. And even if there ever was a commoner who was able to use it (of course, and not because he was an illegitimate child of a nobleman or was experimenting). Of course there is also the possibility that Lumi Meet the person behind the magical studies that led to the creation of vampires. And now is the priceless opportunity to do so aslant to investigate the "curse" of Lumi.
With so many questions I'd like answers to, I won't deny that I'm sad almost at the end of the anime adaptation of "Tensei Oujo to Tensai Reijou no Mahou Kakumei“. Although for the great job they have done I would love to see a sequel announced. Which I think is possible from the light novel. So the longing for the next chapter eats me up with the hope of a sequel, even if not in the short term.