Why’d it have to be rain?
Opening this week in Rabo’s shrine, a decaying thing in a dreary rain, much like the calamity god’s life. He also seems to be missing a few screws as he just kind of keeps talking even when Nora tries to get his attention.
Yato, Hiyori, and Yukine arrive, the pair of spirits shocked to see Hiyori tagging along. But she’s quickly pushed aside and battle commences.
But Yato is outclassed. It is only the timely intervention by Hiyori that saves him. Even without her memories she’s still saving your ass, buddy.
I also want to comment that the music here is fantastic.
Rabo continues to beat at Yato. He clearly views Yato as a mentor figure, and seeing a former calamity god trying to “behave” is pissing him off. He comes to the realization, like Nora, that Hiyori is the source of the problem. We of course know that’s not true, Yato has his own reasons, it seems weird that BOTH these villains fail to see that.
Outside this…dream world? We see Bishamonten has her hands full trying to protect Humanity from the surge in powerful Phantoms that have appeared. Tenjin is doing what he does best: staring at clouds.
Yeah there is no contest between this pair.
Rabo takes the direct approach, shattering the marble with Hiyori’s soul.
Oh now you gone and done it. Yato is quiet, balancing Yukine’s pitiful whining, but it’s not nearly as annoying when it’s over another person rather than crying over himself. And the way Yato starts picking him apart, you have to wonder if he even needs the Sekki. Continue reading