C3′s seventh episode is one which very effectively ends without our main characters needing to engage in battle – proving to be an overall very impressively well rounded installment, in more ways than one.
The episode starts with this, a quick recollection from a time past of Sovereignty Doll alongside Shiraho – interesting as it is, it’s difficult to make much of it for the time being. After the opening sequence of sweet blue haired lolita elegance, then we do we return to the point the previous episode left off. Cow Tits has taken a hit – and as is only appropriate, her friend Haruaki stays by her side for comfort, as well as to tend to anything she may need.
Funnily, Cow Tits’ cow udder sized oppai begins an attempt to break free of their cotton prison cell – Haruaki, who sits right next to the laid out oppai partaking in slumber, can’t help but notice them. He puts forth his best effort to avert his attention away from the incredibly distracting bulges of fat, yet they seem to follow his sight around and gradually shake loose of their container. Just as the pair of perfected mammary glands find themselves nearing total freedom from their depressive detainment, Cow Tits turns into a blade.
Prior to Cow Tits’ transformation into another form of matter, she prompted Haruaki to bring his hand closer – ultimately ending with him fondling her breast. A worthy mention of this is that it seems Cow Tits actually has something within her which is unrelated to sexual organs, yet responded to his hand – a pulse of anxiety or adrenaline almost.
With the mandatory service segment successfully completed, the series transitions over to areas of moe.
Haruaki heads over to the lovably adorable Fear-In-Cube. She starts to speak, mentioning she’s useless – yet Haruaki sets her straight, letting her know she’s a mobile set of stretchy cheeks, and rather cute ones at that. Before she further delves into silly self-esteem lacking topics, Haruaki invites her to join him to the grocery store – which she refuses. Yet the promise of delicious snacks is enough to make her reassess her decision.
Quite ironically as well, the sight of our little Fear-In-Cube overlooking delectable dietaries happens to be a very tasty spectacle in itself for us – even more so as she shuffles rice cracker packages around with a look of love within her eyes.
Our hearts are already suffering from the sting pain of a moe overload, yet C3 unforgivingly delivers a devastating finishing blow as the super cute Fear Cube learns about cabbages enough to become, the Cabbage Master. The Cabbage Master assists an old lady in selecting a high quality cabbage before finally heading home with her admired Haruaki.
Back at Haruaki’s harem, the class pres arrives for little reason save for that she’s clearly quite interested in Haruaki. Having heard of his issue earlier, she’s upset he didn’t share any detail with her – keeping in mind a statement she’s said to forget about “it” all. With “it” referring to her involvement with the supernatural. She retracts that and no longer cares, she simply wants to help her friend, or possibly unrequited love, out.
With the full party on hand, the team returns to the search for Sovereignty. Surprisingly, little effort reveals that this Doll of Perfection was had switched place with its master – i.e. Sovereignty’s identity was actually the character of curly haired Shiraho, and vice versa. Immediately, our crew of cute girls and fairly cool main character Haruaki rush over to the home of Shiraho – there do they find the entity they previously believed to be Sovereignty about to experience death at the hands of the actual Sovereignty Perfection Doll, the one we believed to be Shiraho.
We’re shown a short clip explaining the story of the situation – and thus do we learn of the tragic state of the Sovereignty doll before the episode concludes. With the ending faced within this episode, it’s certain our team will try to find the peaceful path for the doll and Shiraho as well. Shiraho loves Sovereignty, and hopes dearly to save it from otherwise imminent death. Sovereighty contains within her two separate beings, each of which have different colored hair for easier recognition, among other things.
Ignoring that we can go on for pages about how flavorfully cute our Fear Cube is, this episode is powerful in that the core issue was brought to light without any physical clashing as was done earlier on – a very fine refresher which keeps the series ever-original.