Above a city, there sits a spherical distortion of time and space with waves of electricity pulsating sporadically around it – the K-Project’s 74th key visual certainly doesn’t look too peaceful or ordinary.
Contrary to their appearance, those swords in the sky seemingly are in fact quite more than merely space rubbish of some kind – although past images and preview clips have shown them to simply idle besides the skyline, now one can see that apparently, they can do a whole lot more. It’s certainly worth appreciating this display of dimensional disruption, we’re seeing something which looks rather spectacular after all – although even that being said, the question comes down to what exactly is this intended to be?
Surely, someone must have called upon them to take action – as otherwise, it’s unlikely that they all engage in a daily, five o’clock self-destruction. And thus, subsequently would one want to know who it is who holds authority on these abstractions in the air.
The fireblazers, Homra, seem more supernatural oriented and less dependent on advanced technology as the blue crew are – in turn, making it most likely that they’re holding whatever mystics are involved with these colossal constructions in the air.
It seems as the further we approach the launch date, the more electrifying this series appears to get. It’d not necessarily be a wild presumption to feel that the final key visual, number 100, will hold quite a thunderous impact upon its arrival.