Wrath is a tenacious one, ain’t he? Out of all the super moves he’s pulled during this brawl at the top of the castle, I’d say chucking a knife at enemy while still hanging for his life is probably the most stylin’. He just finds and exploits every possible opportunity to inflict some hurt. Of course, he’s finally feeling some hurt of his own, and the question following that is… how much more can he endure? He’s been blown up, gouged, impaled and, now, he’s possibly drowning. I don’t think he had any chance for a soul pit stop on the way from that mid-air bullet time platforming in the blown-up train wreckage to central, so I’ll take a stab and guess he’s at maybe 20-30% health, right now.
You lunatics figure that’s a good estimate?
Buccaneer’s, of course, at 0% and am I regretting a little the death wish I had for him earlier. It’s unusual for a character to depart in such a drawn-out fashion in a fantasy adventure like this - - unusually realistic, I suppose. His voice was getting so raspy, you could almost hear the sinews of his insides growing more frayed by the moment. Farewell, Cap’n.
Who was planned to be the fifth sacrifice originally? Gold tooth choosing Mustang seems like a spur-of-the-moment thing (even if he did sense exactly which button to push to get the Colonel to do what he wanted.) Despite Hawkeye being firmly established as his most-loved one, I suspect their relationship’s never going to be fulfilled due to all those social forms Foxxfireart's pointed out. It’s a bit of a pity, really, and I can see why fans are so upset about it.
Speaking of Foxxfireart, I should take this opportunity to recognize the man for filling out the pages for this show as they’d been sorely lacking for a long time. You try finding new images over 58 installment of review like I do and, pretty quickly, you do start noticing the gaps. So much appreciated!
Watch this episode “Sacrifices,” below and decide for yourself, then read my comments on the previous episode here.