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Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei Episode 4: That’s the right way to react to Tatsuya and Miyuki’s joking

[HorribleSubs] Mahouka - 04 [720p].mkv_snapshot_03.40_[2014.04.27_12.01.03]

I can’t help but admire Tatsuya’s unique brand of trolling. He keeps such a serious demeanor that it becomes difficult for people around him to tell when he’s being sarcastic. I know some people like that and I always find them entertaining. Anyway, this week we’re introduced to Blanche, the anti-magic organization lurking around in this magic-focused world. There’s always a resistance group (I created one in my own story concept too, and the main character similarly rejects their invitation).

I’m surprised at the ending of this episode. The ending song playing through the scene with Tatsuya and Miyuki is the sort of thing you have on the last episode. I guess it’s a pretty big battle coming up. If any more characters were talking with them, I might have suggested it was a flag. Either way, I’m still much more curious who the other guy¬†in the opening theme facing off against Tatsuya actually is. But he doesn’t seem relevant in this first arc of the story.

4 Comments

  1. feal87 says:

    I agree with you, the guy in the OP is interesting as it appears to antagonize Tatsuya, but I don’t think he will appear in this first story arc. *nods*

    1. marthaurion says:

      I wonder what type of person he is…

      1. feal87 says:

        His face reminds me of Suzaku, I surely hope he isn’t that kind of character though…*shivers*

        1. marthaurion says:

          But I thought you loved that kind of character. That being said, Tatsuya’s the one accepting his Course 2 position at the school, so I’d say he’s closer to Suzaku so far.

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