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To Your Eternity Season 2 Episode 14

To Your Eternity Season 2 Episode 14

Pocoa’s Quest for Love

To Your Eternity Season 2 Episode 14 was good. But, it wasn’t good because of Pocoa. As much as I liked following Eko around the city in Episode 13, I didn’t like following Pocoa. And the reason for that is pretty simple — I don’t like Pocoa.

Pocoa could be a cute character. However, she has one major character flaw. And I’m not talking about the fact that she’s rude. I’m talking about her tendency to talk “like a cat.” She adds “nya” to a bunch of her words, which is the same as if she was meowing all the time.

Catgirls are neat. I like Nekopara as much as anyone else. But, what I don’t like are girls who act and speak like cats. This is exactly why Kokoro was my least favorite character in Do It Yourself!! last season. It’s annoying.

Pocoa Uralis from the anime series To Your Eternity Season 2 Episode 14
Pocoa Uralis

My dislike of Pocoa isn’t the only reason I wasn’t very interested in following her around. By following Eko around, we got to experience the city from a new perspective. I enjoyed seeing how she interacted with this place foreign to her. With Pocoa, we don’t get anything like that.

Pocoa isn’t really exploring the city. She’s looking for people to entertain her. She wants to play with Fushi, she wants to flirt with Kai, and she wants Messar to find her a boyfriend. The only good thing to come of this was Kai shooting her down while being oblivious.

It didn’t seem like he understood that Pocoa was hitting on him. Considering he grew up in the church, this may have been the first time he experienced that. And while I understand that Kai is a young, good-looking guy, he has no teeth. Sorry, but I can’t agree with Pocoa’s choice in men.

The Black One’s Plan

Before the battle against the Nokkers, Bon wants to make sure his “immortals” are on the same page. He wants them to know what they’re signing up for and who’s pulling the strings. So, with Fushi unconscious, he introduces them to the Black One.

It turns out that Bon could see the Black One the entire time. There was one moment earlier in the season when he clearly saw and spoke to the Black One. But, I was under the impression that was a one-time thing. That’s not the case.

So, what did we learn from this conversation? First, the Black One could probably stop the war before it even begins. But, he chooses not to because it’s part of Fushi’s growth. Fushi grows through the people he interacts with dying. He doesn’t want to do anything to impede Fushi’s growth.

Messar stabbing the Black One from the anime series To Your Eternity Season 2 Episode 14
Messar stabbing the Black One

The next thing we learned is what the Black One’s plan for Fushi is. As we know, he wants Fushi to travel the world and “collect” everything he encounters. But, why does he want Fushi to do that? It turns out, he’s prepping Fushi to take over his own role.

We don’t know if the Black One doesn’t have much time left or if he plans to retire. However, we know that the reason he created Fushi was to serve as a replacement for himself. And that makes the fact that he and Fushi are opposites all the more interesting.

The Black One is associated with black, obviously. On the other hand, Fushi is associated with white. Also, we can see how Fushi is far more emotional than the Black One. Is the Black One expecting him to lose those emotions as he matures? Is he fine with Fushi being so different?

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March the Immortal

The stuff with the Black One is pretty important. But, what seems even more important is that March is back. At the end of Episode 14, we see March come back to life. And now that this has happened twice, we can point to how it happened.

For starters, we know that March’s spirit has stuck around Fushi ever since she died. As far as I understand it, only those who haven’t moved on to the afterlife can revive. So, for example, since we haven’t seen Parona’s ghost around, we can assume she can’t come back.

That’s only the first condition, though. Next, there needs to be a vessel for the spirit to enter. And, again, we can infer that it has to be the body of the spirit. I’m assuming that March’s spirit wouldn’t be able to inhabit Rean’s body. It has to be March’s body.

March coming back to life from the anime series To Your Eternity Season 2 Episode 14
March coming back to life

And, the final condition appears to be that the body has to be separate from Fushi. When the princess came back to life earlier in the season, it was only after Fushi cut her body from his own. And here, we see that March comes back to life after her body separates from the rest of Fushi.

What makes this final condition so interesting, though, is that Bon figured it out. He intentionally separated March’s body from the rest of Fushi. And he did so while making it appear he only accidentally separated her crab plush.

There could be 2 reasons for why Bon separated the crab plush from Fushi. The obvious one is that he could visually trick Fushi with some sleight of hand. And it could also be that Fushi felt something get severed and assumed it was only the plush. It works both ways.

Conclusion

What do you think of To Your Eternity Season 2 Episode 14? Did you like following Pocoa around? Were you surprised to see the Black One can actually bleed after Messar stabbed him? And who do you think is going to be the next of Fushi’s allies to revive? Let me know in the comments.

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To Your Eternity Season 2 Episode 13

To Your Eternity Season 2 Episode 13

Eko’s Adventure

The first half of To Your Eternity Season 2 Episode 13 was all about Eko. And that means the first half of the episode was good. Eko’s the best character in the current arc. Bon just hasn’t been as good since he stopped being a prince.

My biggest complaint about this episode is that the entire thing didn’t follow Eko. Even though she doesn’t speak, it’s fun to watch how she interacts with the world around her. Actually, the fact that she doesn’t speak is why it’s fun to watch her.

At times, it seems like her head is empty because of her inability to effectively communicate. For example, after Fushi tells her that her cooking is terrible, she stands there and smiles. Was it because she didn’t understand that he thought her cooking was bad? No, as we later find out. She was happy that he tried it at all.

Eko trying on a helmet from the anime series To Your Eternity Season 2 Episode 13
Eko trying on a helmet

We also got to see Eko experience new things in this episode. When she sees a knight’s helmet, she tries it on. She doesn’t know what it is, but she knows soldiers wear them. So, since she can’t speak, she mimics what she sees others doing to figure it out.

Then, she starts helping the civilians clear rubble. Nobody asks her to do this. But, she wants to be helpful and she sees this is something other people are doing. Through this, she also connects with the townspeople, in particular, an older man.

The connection she made with the man is important because it means she can go to him for help later. After she discovers what’s contaminating the city’s waterway, she goes to this man for help. She doesn’t want to bother Fushi because she recognizes how busy and tired he is.

Messar the Gamer

I was under the impression that Messar only had to beat Princess Alme in a game once. But, it turns out that he needs to keep beating her for her continued cooperation. Every time he beats her, she approves another demolition and rebuilding project.

We know this is how their deal works because Bon tells us as much. He says that every time Messar beats Alme, they can rebuild another section of the city’s wall. And I should point out that this deal only applies to structures owned by the nation itself.

Fushi & friends don’t need Alme’s permission to demolish and rebuild private residences. But, things like the city walls, waterways, and the castle itself all fall under Alme’s control. If I had to guess, the castle is going to be the final thing Alme approves for rebuilding. And this will probably come after Fushi meets whoever she introduces him to next week.

Princess Alme laughing from the anime series To Your Eternity Season 2 Episode 13
Princess Alme laughing

I guess I should make my prediction about who that is now. I’m betting Alme introduces Fushi to her ailing father. We know Alme is still considered a princess, not a queen. To me, that implies her father, the king, is still alive.

But, we’ve also seen that Alme is the one ruling the country. If the king is alive, the only reason he wouldn’t be the one ruling is if he’s unwell. So, we’re likely going to see Fushi meet the king and get his blessing to save the country.

The king aside, I’m interested in seeing how Messar’s story concludes. We can be pretty sure he’ll end up as one of Fushi’s immortal soldiers. But, what does that mean for his relationship with Alme? Are we going to get some emotional final game between them? Or is he just going to disappear?

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Rebuilding Renril

As I already mentioned, Fushi has been hard at work rebuilding the outer walls of Renril. But, unlike individual houses, he can’t exactly hide how he rebuilds the massive walls. Luckily, Bon has a plan. Fushi’s going to rebuild the walls at night while everyone’s focused on a festival.

At first, this is a good plan. But, some of the soldiers become suspicious of the wise man’s ability to build so many houses each day. And, they eventually discover the truth when they see Fushi raising a wall.

Upon discovering Fushi’s identity, things could have gone in two entirely different directions. Of course, we know things turned out well. The soldiers and civilians alike accept Fushi for who he is. Despite what the Church of Bennett claims, they’ve seen for themselves that he’s not a devil. And Fushi has his compulsion to help people to thank for that.

Fushi rebuilding the walls of Renril from the anime series To Your Eternity Season 2 Episode 13
Fushi rebuilding the walls of Renril

In past reviews, I’ve written a lot about how Fushi’s desire to save everyone is a weakness. It’s good that he wants to save everyone. However, it’s not a realistic goal and will lead to him suffering in the long run. But, in this one instance, it led to a positive outcome.

The reason the soldiers know Fushi isn’t evil is that he helped them or people they know when they were injured. One example is when he helped the mother of the female soldier Kamu has a crush on. Fushi gave her first aid in Sandel’s form.

I’m wondering how the Church of Bennett is going to respond after the battle of Renril. Surely, word’s going to get out that Renril sided with Fushi. So, is the church going to cut them off? And how will they react to learning that Fushi’s execution failed?

Conclusion

What do you think of To Your Eternity Season 2 Episode 13? Do you wish the entire episode followed Eko’s adventures? Is Messar going to be the one with the tragic end in this arc? And how did you expect the soldiers to react to learning Fushi’s identity? Let me know in the comments.

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To Your Eternity Season 2 Episode 12

To Your Eternity Season 2 Episode 12

The Servant and the Princess

To Your Eternity Season 2 Episode 12 reveals that Messar and Alme are childhood friends. Alme is the princess who rules Renril, so that’s a pretty big deal. But, that doesn’t mean Messar is also the child of a noble. He’s the child of a servant.

As kids, Messar and Alme would often play a game together. I discussed the game they play a bit in my Episode 11 review if you’re interested. But, Messar and Alme weren’t supposed to play together due to their differing statuses.

Originally, Alme thought Messar was playing the game with her to get closer to her. She assumed this was his way of trying to marry her and become king. That was never the case, but Alme didn’t seem to be against the idea. She even said that if Messar could beat her, she’d grant him one wish.

Messar and Alme playing a game as kids from the anime series To Your Eternity Season 2 Episode 12
Messar and Alme playing a game as kids

It’s during this flashback that we learn why Alme keeps her face veiled. Her mother told her that she needs to hide her face from anyone she doesn’t trust. The implication here is that she’s only supposed to reveal her face to her future husband.

Throughout the rest of the episode, Alme’s veiled face is used as a metaphor. Just as she doesn’t trust Messar enough to show him her face, she doesn’t trust Fushi’s group with her kingdom. So, it’s only fitting that we finally see her face at the end of the episode after Messar wins her trust.

But, even the way we see her face is a metaphor for how Messar won her trust. He didn’t win her trust by being trustworthy. He took her trust by force by beating her in a game. And, he reveals her face by force by blowing her veil.

The Boy Who Felt No Pain

In the middle of Episode 12, we get to learn a bit more about Hairo, one of the other “immortals.” He’s the one raised by the Church of Bennett. And the reason the church raised him was that they thought a demon possessed him.

So, what does it mean that a demon possessed Hairo? It means the same thing it used to mean in our world — that he wasn’t normal. When people didn’t understand the afflictions of others, they jumped to demons. And that’s exactly what happened in Hairo’s case.

Hairo has a condition that causes him to not feel pain. This is a real disorder. But, despite how it might sound, this isn’t a good condition to have — especially for children. If you can’t feel pain, you’re not going to avoid danger very well. This can lead to more injuries.

Hairo putting on his armor from the anime series To Your Eternity Season 2 Episode 12
Hairo putting on his armor

So, with Hairo’s condition in mind, why did the church pull all his teeth? I don’t have a great answer. But, my guess is this was how they were testing if his “demon” was still there. If he cried out, they’d know the demon was gone.

Though, I have no idea if this is the case. I just can’t think of another reason for them to do this. There was no implication that he needed to have all his teeth pulled. Unless maybe his condition also caused issues with his teeth. I’m not sure. I’m no doctor.

Anyway, the woman who was raising him suddenly disappeared one day. Her replacement said that she sinned and so was punished. But, what was her sin? It’s unclear. What we do know is that her punishment involved removing all her teeth. This is where Hairo’s dentures came from. That’s messed up.

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Messar’s Game

I mentioned earlier in the review that Messar and Alme played a game together growing up. And that it was through this game that Messar won Princess Alme’s trust for Fushi. But, what I didn’t mention is that this was the reason Bon recruited him.

Each of the 3 “immortal” allies Bon recruited brings something unique to the alliance. In Kai’s case, it’s his absolute loyalty to Bon. He’s someone Bon can trust with this mission. He’s not afraid to die for Bon and even death won’t stop him from serving Bon.

In Hairo’s case, his body that doesn’t feel pain will make him a very useful immortal soldier. A mortal body that doesn’t feel pain is a negative. But, if Hairo is immortal, his lack of pain will make him formidable on the battlefield. An immortal can still fear the pain of dying — not Hairo.

Messar challenging Alme to a game from the anime series To Your Eternity Season 2 Episode 12
Messar challenging Alme to a game

Messar brings his connection to the princess to the alliance. Well, that and the fact that he’s an old friend of Bon’s. But, it’s because Bon is an old friend of Messar’s, he knew about Messar and Alme. And that’s why Messar was vital to the team.

Bon knew that they’d need an in with the princess. Messar is that in. Without him, they never would have gained Alme’s trust before the Nokkers attacked. Remember, Bon and the crew knew Renril was the Nokkers’ next target. So, naturally, getting someone like Messar on the team was important.

Messar is a bit interesting because of his personal goal, though. It turns out he’s the half-brother of the princess. Instead of marrying her, he wants to protect her. And to do that, he’s willing to become immortal to fight off the Nokkers. But, what about after Alme dies?

Conclusion

What do you think of To Your Eternity Season 2 Episode 12? Do you like Messar more after this episode? Why do you think the church pulled Hairo’s teeth? And, would you get good at a game for a chance to marry Princess Alme? (Yes.) Let me know in the comments.

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To Your Eternity Season 2 Episode 11

To Your Eternity Season 2 Episode 11

Unfinished Business

To Your Eternity Season 2 Episode 11 confirmed a few of my theories. The first of these theories comes from my review of Episode 5. Back then, I made a prediction about why some of Fushi’s allies stuck around as ghosts post-death.

I said that the reason was probably that they had some sort of unfinished business. If they died before they got to do something they wanted to do, that could be why they didn’t move on. But, to be fair, I didn’t have much evidence for this at the time.

We know March, Oniguma, Gugu, and Tonari (and Liggard) stuck around as ghosts. But, why them, in particular? You could say March never got to become a mother. And maybe Gugu and Tonari stuck around to help Fushi in his fight against the Nokkkers. Oniguma, however, I have no idea. Loyalty?

Prince Bon and his ghost friends from the anime series To Your Eternity Season 2 Episode 11
Prince Bon and his ghost friends

So, how was this prediction confirmed in Episode 11? In the first half of the episode, Bon talks to his ghost friends. And he asks them why they’re still around. It turns out that they could have moved on to the afterlife. But, they didn’t because it didn’t feel right.

On top of that, the ghost who taught Bon swordsmanship literally uses the same words I did. He says that unfinished business is likely why they didn’t move on. But, why does this information matter? Is Fushi going to seek out allies who will have unfinished business when they die?

In a way, yes. Bon recruited Kai, Hairo, and Messar specifically to fight the Nokkers by Fushi’s side. If they die before defeating the Nokkers, you could say that’s unfinished business. And so, they may be good candidates for reincarnation. The same might not be true for other allies, including Bon.

Manufacturing Immortals

My other prediction that turned out correct was only from Episode 10. In that review, I said that Bon wasn’t going to find existing immortal allies for Fushi. Instead, he was going to manufacture immortal allies. And that’s exactly what we see him doing in this episode.

Kai, Hairo, and Messar are normal men. But, Bon believes they have what it takes to become immortal. He believes Fushi will be able to reincarnate them upon their deaths. And while he’s told the men this, he hasn’t told Fushi. Because of this Fushi is beginning to mistrust Bon.

Based on Bon’s explanation, Fushi believes these allies will be immortal through him. He thinks what’s going to make these allies immortal is that he’s going to use their bodies to fight. But, that’s not what Bon actually means. So, why isn’t Bon clearing up this misunderstanding?

Kai Renald Roulle from the anime series To Your Eternity Season 2 Episode 11
Kai Renald Roulle

Earlier in the series, the clear answer would be he’s afraid of hurting Fushi. He didn’t want Fushi to mistakenly think he could revive everyone. However, now that Bon is putting his theory to the test, this doesn’t make as much sense. Obviously, Fushi will learn of his power as soon as he revives Kai, Hairo, or Messar, right?

Well, it’s possible he doesn’t. Bon can still keep the truth about Fushi’s power a secret. He can spin the revivals of these men as them having done something that allowed for them to be revived. Something Fushi’s past allies didn’t do.

The problem with this route is that it makes Bon seem like more of a schemer than he is. He schemes. But, he typically has good intentions. And consider that he can talk to Fushi’s ghost allies. It might be them who don’t want Fushi to know he can revive them yet.

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Eko, Games, Hearts, and Minds

In this section, I want to go over a few other things from the second half of the episode. To start, let’s talk about Eko and her role in everything. She doesn’t really have one. But, there was something interesting said in this episode.

The way the Nokkers communicate with each other was compared to how the clay pot people do it. So, it’s possible that through Eko, Fushi learns to communicate with the Nokkers. I don’t yet know what her story is going to be, though. How will she meet her end?

If the ED of this season is anything to go by, we know Eko will become one of Fushi’s immortal allies. The ED features March, Oniguma, Gugu, and Tonari. It also features Eko, Kai, Hairo, Messar, and Bon. So, I assume they’ll all join the “immortals.”

Eko observing the city of Renril from the anime series To Your Eternity Season 2 Episode 11
Eko observing the city of Renril

Next up is the game Kai and Messar were playing. Kai (and Bon) use this game to teach Fushi the importance of pieces on the battlefield. And in case you were wondering, it’s a real game. It goes by many names, but one of them is Nine Men’s Morris. This game has been around for thousands of years.

And, the last thing I want to mention is how Fushi and his allies are going to win over the hearts and minds of Renril. Before the princess gives them anything, she wants them to earn her trust by earning the trust of her people.

What’s the best way to earn someone’s trust? By solving their problems, of course. So, Fushi is going to go around the city and rebuild it. This serves two purposes. First, it helps the citizens. And second, the rebuilt parts of the city become his domain for the fight against the Nokkers.

Conclusion

What do you think of To Your Eternity Season 2 Episode 11? Did you also predict unfinished business had to do with why some ghosts stick around? How do you feel about Bon’s plan to manufacture immortals? Is it ethical? And had you heard of the game Nine Men’s Morris before? Let me know in the comments.

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To Your Eternity Season 2 Episode 10

To Your Eternity Season 2 Episode 10

Eko of the Clay Pot People

With To Your Eternity Season 2 Episode 10, we’ve moved away from Bon’s arc. Bon is still an important character and we’re going to see more of him. But, we’re now in Eko’s arc. She’s a young girl from the clay pot tribe.

What exactly is the clay pot tribe, though? Eko and her brother were being displayed as oddities in a circus tent. Kahaku described their people as being very rare. And Bon even compared the existence of the clay pot people to the existence of immortals.

Based on how people perceive the clay pot people, you’d think they have some magical powers. But, that doesn’t appear to be the case. In reality, what makes the clay pot people so special is their distance from the modern world. They’re effectively an uncontacted tribe and their customs are alien to us.

Eko of the clay pot people from the anime series To Your Eternity Season 2 Episode 10
Eko of the clay pot people

The clay pot people get their names from the clay pots they keep with them at all times. These clay pots are full of clay mud. And the clay pot people use this mud to communicate with each other. Instead of vocalizing words, they spread the mud on their clay pots in different ways to “speak.”

Now, you may be wondering what Eko brings to the table if she has no magical power. How is she going to be of use to Fushi? I think Eko’s value comes from what Fushi can learn by interacting with her. He can learn how to communicate with anyone.

For example, he already figured out he can understand Eko if he takes the form of her brother. Let’s say he comes across someone who speaks a language he doesn’t speak. All he needs to do is take the form of someone else who speaks it.

Fushi’s Ark

After only a few weeks of training, Fushi managed to create 3 kilometers of “himself.” That’s to say, he was able to spread objects connected to him over a 3-kilometer radius. By doing this, he could sense everything that was happening in that area. He even sensed when a Nokker came nearby.

Imagine if instead of a ship and a forest, Fushi created a city. He’d be able to keep an eye on everything that happened within its limits. That’s a bit 1984-ish, but it could also save a lot of people. The entire city would have Fushi as an alarm system.

Is an enemy attacking? Fushi would know when, where from, and how many there are. Did a fire break out in a section of the city? Fushi would know the second it happens and could stop it from spreading. Was a crime committed? There’s nowhere for criminals to hide from Fushi.

Fushi's ark from the anime series To Your Eternity Season 2 Episode 10
Fushi’s ark

There are some other benefits to this ability. Not only can Fushi sense things within his domain, but he can also control the domain itself. He can create traps, open and close pathways, and more. He could even generate food on the tables of everyone in his city.

And, on top of all that, he can effectively teleport within his domain, as well. All he has to do is generate a new body for himself somewhere and transfer his mind to it. He can’t yet be in multiple places at once. But, it’s probably only a matter of time.

One drawback of Fushi’s new power is, as Bon put it, his loss of humanity. The more powerful and omnipotent Fushi becomes, the less relatable he is to humans. At what point does he lose touch with individuals and view humans as a collective?

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Immortal Friends

At the end of Episode 10, Bon says he’s returning to Uralis to find some immortal allies. But, why is he so confident he can find other immortals within the kingdom? There has never been any indication that there are other immortals besides Fushi.

Well, I have a feeling that Bon’s plan is to manufacture some immortals. In the preview for the next episode, we’re introduced to Kai, Hairo, and Messar. As far as we know, none of these men are immortal. So, how is Bon planning to make them immortal?

The answer seems pretty clear. When these men die, Bon’s going to have Fushi revive them. But, I have a feeling Bon won’t tell Fushi about his power of revival. Instead, he’ll probably lie and say there’s something unique about these specific men. Though, eventually, Fushi’s going to learn the truth.

The palace city of Renril from the anime series To Your Eternity Season 2 Episode 10
The palace city of Renril

Of course, it’s also possible that Bon does reveal the full truth to Fushi. However, even if that’s the case, Kai, Hairo, and Messar seem pretty important. From the looks of it, these three men are all professional soldiers. That’s what Fushi needs for his immortal army. Someone like March being immortal doesn’t really help in fighting the Nokkers.

Another thing to consider is how having immortal soldiers combines with Fushi’s domain. If the battle is taking place within Fushi’s domain, he’ll know the second his soldiers die. And, in response, he can immediately revive them anywhere on the battlefield.

The one question I still have is whether or not the Nokkers can “steal” these other immortals. We know they can steal the various forms Fushi takes. But, can they steal people from Fushi whom he’s revived? Does it work the same way? I assume not. But, I don’t know yet.

Conclusion

What do you think of To Your Eternity Season 2 Episode 10? Do you think there’s something else special about the clay pot people? Has Fushi become a curse since he can use domain expansion? And, do you agree with me that Bon is going to manufacture some immortals? Let me know in the comments.

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