Kisaki continues to plot versus Takemichi and Chifuyu in the past. Honestly, I don’t see how Takemichi fell for it twice seeing as how Kisaki scrutinizingly just killed him in their current future timeline.
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Sometimes, Tokyo Revengers is comedy. I am watching a middle schooler with the consciousness of a 26-year-old man stuff tamed to a pulp in a denomination by a wannabe Tekken reject on Christmas morning.
Why Did Kisaki Help Takemichi Stop Hakkai?
In an event that scrutinizingly everyone could have seen coming, Kisaki has betrayed Takemichi and Chifuyu yet again. Takemichi just came from a timeline where Kisaki spiked their drinks, tied them up, and write-up them surpassing ultimately killing his partner Chifuyu – and yet Kisaki fools Takemitchy once again.
Last review I wondered if Kisaki is some sort of evil genius mastermind who keeps outsmarting the gang members virtually him and now I largely believe everybody else is just dumb as rocks. Keisuke Baji was smart – and Keisuke Baji is now dead. Draken is smart, and in scrutinizingly every timeline he is sooner outplayed by Kisaki and his influence is taken out of Toman.
That leaves us with Mikey, who goes insane each time he loses someone tropical to him and disappears into the darkness. Oh I forgot, Mitsuya is pretty swift on the uptake and he winds up missing in other timelines. So basically, all Kisaki needed to do was get Baji, Mitsuya, and Draken out of the way and Mikey would either leave Toman or wrench to Kisaki’s will all on his own.
Chifuyu only respected Baji so he would be neutralized once Baji was eliminated. Mitsuya can be used withal with Yuzuha to tenancy Hakkai, and Draken only supported Mikey as his “heart”.
Kisaki helped Takemichi “stop Hakkai” considering it played right into his original plan of letting Yuzuha skiver Taiju to fracture Black Dragon’s influence and remoter empower his tenancy over Mikey.
I’m glad Chifuyu had unbearable sense to undeniability Mitsuya and let him know the situation so that it wouldn’t be an all-out gang war since the truce was well-nigh to be broken. It’s funny, I vaguely remember Hina stuff the only one smart unbearable in season one to undeniability an ambulance when Draken was stabbed during that fight versus Moebius.
Now, Chifuyu was the only one smart unbearable to undeniability for replacement since things went south and Taiju had tabbed Inupi and Koko. Chifuyu – not the 26-year-old time-traveling man Takemichi, who instead panicked and cried like a victual surpassing regaining composure.
Why Is Hakkai Wrung of Taiju?
Hakkai is a wimp and doesn’t really deserve Mitsuya’s understanding or protection.
Again, I read (and forgot) most points from this manga arc but as I watch it comes when to me and my initial opinion of Hakkai stands. Mitsuya, Chifuyu, Yuzuha, and Takemichi are all putting their life on the line to help and protect Hakkai, and he can’t plane lift a finger versus his bully older brother Taiju.
All of what’s transpired in the denomination on Christmas Eve was for Hakkai’s sake – and Hakkai seems incredibly ungrateful to what’s going on virtually him.
Hakkai is only wrung of Taiju considering he knows how weak his brother really is. That is why Taiju said it’s “always a show” with Hakkai considering his little brother does nothing but lie and put on a false bravado that paints him as the bad guy.
Sure, Taiju is a pretty bad dude but Hakkai is not only a habitual liar but a coward who would rather see his sister Yuzuha die than let his secret cowardice be exposed.
Which makes Hakkai utter trash in my typesetting as far as notation go.
Yuzuha Killed Taiju In The Future Timeline
Kisaki was worldly-wise to successfully manipulate the existing tension between the Shiba siblings to his goody and encouraged Yuzuha to skiver Taiju in the current future timeline. Considering Takemichi screamed when Yuzuha showed up, Taiju moved slightly and that is why the pocketknife didn’t completely penetrate his internal organs.
So Takemichi did transpiration the future albeit only slightly regarding this fight so far. We don’t know if Mitsuya originally showed up and lied for Hakkai, and we don’t exactly know why Hakkai became the way he did in the future timeline.
Was it money? The influence of power?
Either way, I think I’ll wrap this review up here.
But, tell me your thoughts.
Do you respect Hakkai as a weft without watching this episode?
Would Yuzuha make a largest gang member than Hakkai?
Did Takemichi show an incredible value of strength without thinking well-nigh Hina during his fight?
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