After his fight with Angel Sariel, Maou Sadao uses all of his magic to repair all the damages done in the city. Meanwhile, Chiho and Emi are both worried about their dreams involving Maou so they decide to follow him when he starts to act suspiciously. They find out that he is working in another job to earn some money because Urushihara’s tracking devices cost them a lot. At the Castle Overlord, they discover that a scam company wherein Ashiya is currently employed has victimized Urushihara. With the help of Emi, they settle the issue and their poor budget are saved. On his way back home from work, one rainy evening, Emi gives a new umbrella to Maou and she blushes as he thank her.
Am I the only one who is satisfied with Maou-sama!’s final episode?
After the action-packed episode last week, I already expected that this show would tread to its normal route. I mean, yeah, there’s no such thing as closure in this episode and it feels rather filler-ish but this is how I want this show to end. All the characters being together and doing some fun/serious stuff. Their personalities clashing and, at the same time, harmonizing with one another. Add those well-executed jokes and punch lines and, voila, it’s maou-sama people!
Well honestly, what really made it up for me are Urushihara and Ashiya. They are still the best characters. And oh, Suzuno is just so cute. Gotta love her.
The last part of the episode shows Emi blushing while she’s giving Maou a new umbrella. That marks how the two became close to each other. Two enemies brought together by the same circumstances and they learn to understand one another. That blush officially brings Emi into Maou’s harem and itleft me hanging and wanting for the continuation of the story besides for the reason of missing such awesome casts. I want to know how their relationship will progress.
BUT wait. There’s Chiho, whose efforts are being ignored by Maou. I think there’s more to Maou’s action than just for comedic purposes. Or maybe, he’s ignoring all the girls for Ashiya.
I’m going to miss this show. I’m glad that I picked it up because it has been a wonderful experience for me. I had a lot of laughs every week. I’ve grown to like all the characters. And the facial expressions:
Again, there’s no resolution about what’s happening to Ente Isla and to Chiho’s love for Maou. But I guess this show made it apparent that it doesn’t want to tackle them, at least for now. It’s open for another season and I think most of us will gladly welcome this show back.