Completely dominated by cutscenes, this episode provides: me giggling like an idiot at Sheba and her flying bathtub, a discussion on the effects of war and the ease to direct your anger at closer targets, Rex seeing similarities between Amalthus and Malos via a strange television effect, edgelord Jin trying to incite war between Mor Ardain and Uraya by commandeering a Titan weapon, and numerous discussions about the past.
I finished this finally after starting it a year ago. It’s taken this long because I stopped working on Zeke and Pandoria for months.
Regardless, I drew all the main characters of Xenoblade Chronicles 2. There’s a number of things that I could have done better… but nah.
After grabbing the other three plot items, I finish some side quests and kill some Uniques before doing the two Heart-to-Hearts at the refugee camp and taking a detour to Colony 6.
And, I’ll say it: I HATE how the game’s trying to force a “romance” between Sharla and Reyn. Hate that.
While on a globe-trotting, shrine-finding adventure, I encounter the Shrine of Wisdom and its possessed guardian, the dragon Naydra. After, I drop by the Kara Kara Bazaar to grab a memory I missed before heading back to reclaim the Master Sword.
Starting the episode, I get the lowdown on Sheba’s dreams of a lesbian harem. Then, after having Electra electrocute a Nopon back to life, I finish Azami’s Blade mission and return to explore more of Leftheria before heading back to the Praetorium.
And I get beaten up a couple of times by my nemesis, Confiscator Jimmy.
I pause in my forward travels to explore and reveal more of the map, finally kill Sunlight Schvaik with a very good Chain Attack, and eventually arrive at the end of Satorl Marsh, where the tag-alongs leave and Dickson the rhinestone cowboy is definitely not suspicious at all!