Mondaiji-tachi ga Isekai kara Kuru Sou Desu yo? Episode 8-10 (FINALE) – It’s over…

Mondaiji tachi season 1 asuka, Izayoi
An explosive ending.

A flashy conclusion of a short, but enjoyable anime.
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Mondaiji-tachi ga Isekai kara Kuru Sou Desu yo? Episode 8-10 Impressions

Since my extremely late pickup of this anime, I have enjoyed this anime thoroughly. With the end of the tenth episode, this short, and fun series comes to an end.

The Gift Game

Kurousagi garter

Now that’s hot.

Shiroyasha and Izayoi

Amazing duo.

Ayesha Ignis Fatuus

Kudou Asuka boobs

Uhh… what boobs?

Mondaiji Ratten boobs

She’s wearing that to a life and death battle? I approve.

Ratten boobs shiroyasha

I’m not too familiar with anything related to the Piper of Hamelin and it’s interesting how they incorporate it into this anime. It’s by no means anything new, but it does add an interesting element to the story. That and the badassery of all the characters in this show. The gift game concept and how each game surrounds a different objective and has some fairly severe wagers are actually fairly impressive. Each game is taken seriously and it’s interesting to see the new “monster of the week” with some add-on background stories and puzzles. Though, going forward, I would like to see something more grand that would take maybe a whole season to resolve. And perhaps along the way, some more twists and turns would be nice.

Izayoi vs Weser Sandora Dortlake Ratten anime hot Leticia Drakurea

While the last few episodes don’t focus that much on Kasukabe other than a short fight which she gives up, Asuka is having her own troubles trying to utilize her powers. I mentioned in a previous post how powerful she can become if she has the right gifts under her control. Well, with this ancient colossal monster Deen, she’s going to destroy her opposition. That colossal monster is marvelous. Too bad Kasukabe doesn’t get to show off her skills, but we do get a nice battle with Izayoi.

Izayoi fights Weser river Black Percher pest

Izayoi and Kurousagi

You are mine!

What’s surprising is that Izayoi is actually getting hurt. Huh, I never thought that would happen, but I guess it may be more interesting to see some real opposition rather than Izayoi wiping the floor with everyone he came across. There’s not much to say about his intelligence other than that he’s got a pretty high level of that, but this is how typical capable main characters solve puzzles so it’s not that big of a surprise. His final clash with Weser is certainly explosive and quite a spectacle, but it feels less amazing than Izayoi’s display of utter dominance last time around. Though, this time around, it felt more like one sudden hit after another and less animations. Hey, the studio has money to save.

Deen with the Spear of Indra and the conclusion

Kudou Asuka Mondaiji-tachi Deen


Still, the very last fight before the end of this anime is probably what I should focus on. Combining everyone’s abilities all together, Kurousagi comes up with a plan to destroy Black Percher. Remember the Spear of Indra? Yeah, that looked pretty devastating before, but now, in the hands of Deen, it’s full power is realized and we get some nice flashy moments that mark the end of this anime. Well, the way the Black Percher dies from this is kind of awkward. I mean, why couldn’t Kurousagi take her to the moon before people died? Was she waiting for everyone? If so, why would she need to wait? Isn’t Black Percher pretty much useless with them on the moon and her having that sun armor? Why didn’t Kurousagi use anything beforehand? Oh well. Anyways, from the Kurousagi-pantsu moments to the explosions and the absurdities, this anime is finally over. While I’ll save some of my overall thoughts for the review, I’ll just say what I have to say about the last three episodes.

Mondaiji-tachi ga Isekai kara Kuru Sou Desu yo? Episode 8-10 Review

Episodes 8 and 9 didn’t necessarily impress me all too much, but it developed the story an adequate amount and felt fairly normal with some interesting riddle solving. Episode 10 rounded everything up nicely and gave us a potential teaser for season 2 though the chances of that are fairly low right now. Nonetheless, as fun as everything is, the overall story are a tad bit above average at best. The characters are really enjoyable to watch and we did explore Asuka’s conflicts. Nevertheless, the shortness of the anime really affects the development of the characters. The anime excels in giving us excitement with a variety of different aspects such as humor, the adventurous feel of progressing higher into higher heights in a new society, and having some badass moments. However, it falls short of being great in any part other than enjoyment which is purely subjective. I’ll divulge what my opinions of the anime as a whole in my review so stay tuned.

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  • huntermad

    With Indra’s spear Kuro Usagi can take down Pest but most likely with the cost of her life so she waited to see if there is any other way before sending Pest on the moon.

    • Entrav

      Ah okay, that makes more sense. I suppose that the reason why it costs Kurousagi her life is a spoiler so I won’t press. Well, with the short amount of episodes, I’m not surprised at the absence of details. Still, I have to nitpick where I can.