Lord El-Melloi II Case Files Episode 11: Suspenseful bidding


Gray comments on the complaints

Yeesh, this series really does enjoy its cliffhangers, doesn't it? Anyway, it seems like we're right up at the conclusion for this story. Given that this week's episode ends with Waver seemingly pointing out a culprit, I wonder what is left for the last episode in the arc. Hephaestion's story is still unresolved, so it could just be an extended battle.

Waver doesn't recognize Hephaestion

Well, Hephaestion's comment about being a replica like Gray is becoming more interesting. I forgot that Waver saw all of Iskandar's subjects, so he has more expertise here than I thought he did. Waver later acknowledges that she could just be using the name Hephaestion, so maybe there's more to it.

Olga-Marie despises Waver

I get that Olga-Marie didn't have the greatest relationship with her father, but this statement makes her incredibly pitiful. I can certainly understanding wanting to hear praise for your effort, but she's not giving herself the best of representations.

Waver realizes Adashino was holding out

Adashino's not making a great case for herself in this episode. As I've said before, I mostly see her as too obvious to be the culprit, so I have a hard time accepting it. However, the scene at the end of the episode certainly seems convincing. She seems to be activating something with Trisha's head.

Waver makes an outrageous bid

The auction scene seemed a bit off to me. Waver puts effort into winning the auction only to effectively give it up in the end. Is there meant to be more to the bidding after his deduction? I get that he most likely needed to see how the auction played out to make his conclusion, but I wonder if the series will explain that. Stopping the auction seemed like a desperate play for him, which makes me wonder how much he actually has planned.

No head then dead

I mean, I guess this is what I should expect from a Fate show.



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