Nobunaga and Jeanne
So not much actually happened this episode. Nobunaga defeats the pursuing robots in standard fashion with Absolute Victory Mark 10 (later renamed The Fool).
Curious (or not so curious) part of the episode is that Nobunaga and Jeanne don’t seem to recognize each other. Like seriously, they have been having dreams about each other all this time. You’d think they’d be able to put two and two together.
Especially Jeanne because Nobunaga is the entire reason she made the trip. It’s not really the time for denial.
Though Nobunaga is not much better what with constantly seeing Jeanne in his dreams. It would be way more entertaining if they recognized each other, but I get the feeling that’s not going to happen anytime soon.
|Completely accurate historical representation|
So not all is well on the West. Apparently, their crops are having problems because… magical dragon leyline stuff?
It’s not like Europe never had problems due to their poor soil, and this is a neat way to adapt it. This also means Europe needs to launch an expedition (totally a conquest) of the East.
Oh, and there’s a Round Table discussing this.
Obviously Caesar is part of it.
Because Caesar totally worked for King Arthur.
Seriously, couldn’t they have gone through the trouble of picking people from one historical period? It’s not like there are few of them.
|Alright, let's do this thing|
So there’s a Brutus. That’s another traitor in the story. Hopefully, it’s not going to be that obvious.
But that’s not the important part.
They are going to make Jeanne dress like a guy. That should be a crime.
Granter that’s kind of understandable. Bring a girl like Jeanne home would totally give the wrong impression what with her being really hot and all.
It would give a wrong impression to Nobu’s sister.
Still totally a crime though. I mean, historically, didn’t Nobu choose the harem route?
You can do it Nobu! There’s no need for silly romantic triangles, just score with as many heroines as possible!
That’s a conqueror’s path!