Aquarion EVOL adds an invisible loli to its circus performance crew – giving viewers her fully nude body within no more than half a minute after introducing her, and as a somewhat interesting revelation, Shrade lives.
We see the loli chairwoman of the academy arrive to the hospital room of Shrade – who contrary to his lifeless body last episode, somehow managed to survive. However, he’s not the main, or even minor focus this episode – only receiving a short scene later on as needed for an ironic gag at his expense.
Taking control and piloting this series off the ground, exuberant bishoujo-loving Andy goes to the front of the class where all the other elements are gathered and begins making a passionate empowered speech as to how even though the “Berlin” wall separating the male and female sections of the academy has fallen, there remains a chasm in the hearts of the collective – thus demanding a change in seating.
The tsundere by name of “MIX” is quick to refuse the idea – stating it to be vile and impure, however she holds little authority over the others, especially not when everyone else seems ecstatic at the thought of sitting next to a member of the opposite sex.
A random drawing takes place to decide the arrangement – and now, Shrade’s second blockbuster moment in the episode is seen as he’s shown elsewhere being driven back to the academy by Cayenne, who, after Shrade mentioning it to be the first time they’ve sat together, responds with assurance he won’t allow it again. Although as it turns out, the two shall actually be sitting together everyday now as they’ve been drawn by fate to sit together.
As for Andy, the righteous soul responsible for the new seating, he doesn’t exactly get what he desires – or rather, he initially doesn’t realize it. To the right, he’s met with a doll – and to his left, MIX. We can’t say much about the doll, however MIX is absolutely delicious – yet on the tsundere scale, she’s quite highly ranked. She’s a tsundere who simply cannot be penetrated, all puns intended, no matter what – she’s solidly devout in her beliefs, though we’re sure she has a cute side within.
However, not expending the effort on a tsundere, Andy turns his head towards the creepy frog doll which has been bothering him ever since the dating episode a while back. He, for whatever reason, comes up with a quick idea – and as we see, he begins to share a fable made up on the spot regarding the doll, going on about how it belonged to a loli who committed suicide and now haunts the academy.
Green haired ample bishoujo Zessica becomes terrified at this tale – and by nightfall, she finds herself alone in a pitch black hallway, feeling too afraid to head back to her dorm, however at much luck, she sees our protagonist Amata and decides to push him to take her to her dorm. Ultimately, and quite beyond the foreseen, the doll appears from nowhere – inciting terror into both Amata and Zessica exactly in the manner as Andy had foretold.
The following day however as they relay their experience back to him, he ridicules them – not even believing his own nonsensical story which seemingly, by coincidence, was somewhat true.
Then does the ever-necessary mech battle of the episode unfold – and following the usual format, one of the members within the “union” between “vectors”, small aerial craft, begins losing “spirit” – or in other words, they’re weakening. Thus Fudo, the classy man fitted in pirate-fuku, calls for an element change – taking out Zessica from the Aquarion in favor of “Yunoha Thurl”. Upon announcing that name, the green doll levitates forward – and shortly after, one learns the identity of the doll is not some possessive spirit, rather, an invisible loli.
This loli’s elemental power is to turn translucent once she feels shy, which is essentially all the time. No matter, this power brings success to our party of characters – and once all is well back at the academy, the loli explains the misunderstanding to the envious Mikono who thought wrongly of Amata and Zessica during their moment of freight.
Before the episode finally fades out to an end, we’re shown Amata foolishly treat our loli as if she were the nonexistent girl from his friend, Andy’s, silly story – embarrassing himself, and earning the affection of a loli in the process as the invisible loli looks to admire this newly made friend of hers whose hovering in the air. And on another note, Andy appears to have gotten his wish in the end – as now he knows he’s met with busty tsundere to one side, and an adorable transparent loli to the other. A fairly amusing episode – just like the rest.