For my last episode review of Reborn!
, I recommended that you would be better off just watching the recap that would be in this episode. I still think that would be a bettter idea, but I should also reference that this particular recap is, shall I say, insultingly long. When you have people on the Crunchyroll comments section for the episode saying to skip to the 6:22 mark, that is no typo. The recap is literally that long. It's a shame since otherwise this episode was actually really good.
Your actions are honorable Gamma, but c'mon: it's Shonen Anime 101 that all non-main bad guys aren't as powerful as the newer ones.
Three of the Real Funeral Wreaths have captured Yuni, but thankfully a surprise rescue comes in the form of former Black Spell member Gamma arrives to save her. To those who had a "?" response, Gamma used to work for the mafia ruled by Yuni's mother and was forced to work for Merone Base after Byakuran messed everything up for the poor gang. It's very heroic, but unfortunately Gamma was formerly a first tier villain fighting against the new bad guys, so of course he's no match for the Funeral Wreaths.
The full-proof way to take down Aizen without any of the constant cheap saves from him, but sadly there is no transfer system between two seperate anime.
But Tsuna resolves this by taking on Torikabuto so Yuni can be properly saved, but such noble deeds are never easy. Torikabuto activates his own Carnage Box revealing a hypnotic form that could rival Aizen
's psycho-cheapness. Thankfully this series isn't made by Tite Kubo, so there is actually a way to stop this creepy-ass mothbeast. It comes in the form of Chrome's Vongola Box weapon of "Daemon Spade's Devil Lens." Aside from having one of the coolest names ever for eyewear, it seems to be an instant cure for any illusion, meaning that Tsuna is able to pull enough several punches to make the masked-villain out of the show for keeps.
After an impressive illusion-based challenge, both sides decide to call it quits for some heal time. Tsuna's team decides to hide out in the woods since Mr. Kawahira's place is now a pile of rubble and Byakuran decides to have the final Funeral Wreath be summoned for what will be the final battle in the Future arc. All the pieces are set in place accordingly without wasting any time by the end of the episode. So even though the recap was long, at least the anime production team at least made it worthwhile by the time the credits started to roll.