They Are My Noble Masters Episode 5 __TOP__
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They Are My Noble Masters Episode 5
Whether Gerry returns to the Heroes tribe or not, this vote shows that some Heroes are not as noble or loyal as they claim to be and are willing to cross whoever is in their path to get an advantage in the game. Plus, some people like Sharni and Gerry were left out of this crucial decision, which could tarnish the trust bond between the Heroes and make the tribe implode just like their predecessors did a decade ago.
Meanwhile, Lloyd loses the competition (due to the final question being from a last-issue comic that had just sold out) and the Grundle shows up. The ninja grab the Illuma-Swords to defend against the Grundle, but because they were meant as props they break easily. Lloyd attempts to take on the monster with his powers but is quickly knocked aside. Just as the Grundle is about to consume the ninja, Master Wu and Nya arrive with Tomorrow's Tea, tossing it to them and telling them to use it to age the creature back into bones, as well as themselves back into their normal states. The ninja are hesitant once they realize it would mean Lloyd growing older as well and missing out on his childhood. Lloyd, accepting the consequences, uses the tea to defeat the Grundle. The ninja are returned to normal, but now Lloyd has become their age as well. The episode ends with Rufus handing Lloyd his last-issue comic, which he says he has earned. Lloyd declines, saying he already knows how it ends.
He believes that all who look upon him, when he honors them with his presence, should be able to recognize him instantly, and feels that the ignorance of not knowing him is worthy of death. If anyone so much as looks upon him with a "lowly and filthy" gaze, it is an intolerable disgrace for a nobleman who claims the title of king more so than anyone else. This is enough to make that person a complete malefactor in his eyes, instantly marked for death. He doesn't view the modern world as worthy of having him rule over it because humanity has become too weak. After finding out the nature of the Holy Grail, he plans to use it to exterminate most of the world's population and rule over those who survive. Despite that, he is not incapable of respecting Servants that he deems worthy, such as Iskander and Artoria. In Fate/Grand Order, he and Ozymandias "unexpectedly get along", occasionally complimenting each other (in fact they are complementing themselves, but they are too proud to realize it). He also has a genuine liking towards Kirei Kotomine to the point of deeming him as his most beloved person alongside Artoria.
While the pair might appear like living beings, they are in fact magic tools. They have no true personalities to speak of and acts in a robotic manner. They have the ability to speak, but despite made by a noble for the use of nobles, their dialogues are short and direct, likely as a limitation due to them being only automata, rather than actual living beings.
Following the civil war and the resulting purge among the Nobility, the three archnoble librarians that served as the previous masters for Schwarz and Weiss were sentenced to execution for being affiliated with the defeated princes. Knowing their days were numbered, they poured as much mana as they could into the two shumils to the point of putting their lives on the line, in a final act of dedication. Despite the enormous amount of mana their final act provided, it was only enough to keep the two magic tools running for one year.
The two magic tools can only have one primary master at a time who they will call "milady" regardless of their gender. In addition to the primary master, they can also have multiple secondary masters at the same time. While the magic tools will follow the commands of all their current masters, they will prioritize those of their primary master.
In Rozemyne's third year at the academy the Sovereignty send the archnoble librarian Hortensia to the royal academy and Rozemyne happily agrees to turning the shumil over to her. To accelerate the transfer of mastership, Rozemyne avoids the library until the amount of Hortensia's mana inside the magic tools exceeds that of Rozemyne's and the transfer is complete.
After many years living in the Foggy Swamp, Toph found Korra passed out in the mud. She brought Korra back to her home, introducing herself as a good friend of Korra's previous life, to the astonishment of the Avatar. Toph helped Korra recover from her weakened physical state, and when the pair sparred, Toph easily won. Toph was the first person to notice that Korra still had remnants of mercury in her body. Although she tried to extract the poison from Korra, the Avatar resisted Toph's bending and refused to relax. Growing frustrated, Toph told Korra that she would have to get the metal out of her body herself. Days later, the earthbender sent Korra to fetch some mushrooms for her, hoping that the swamp would give her visions. When Korra returned, explaining that she had seen her old enemies, Toph told her that the swamp wanted her to learn from them, and explained how all of her previous adversaries had noble intentions, but the problem was that they had been out of balance. After Korra still seemed reluctant to face her fears, Toph frustratedly guided Korra to the banyan-grove tree, explaining that their roots were connected to the entire swamp. Korra successfully tapped into the connection of the swamp and received a vision of Jinora, Ikki, and Meelo coming for her, with Toph greeting Aang's grandchildren after they arrived. All of them returned to Toph's home, and she instructed Korra to clear her mind and find the metal. Guiding Korra through a painful vision, Toph saw the Avatar successfully bend the residual mercury out of her system and complimented her on the achievement. After finally allowing Korra to embrace her, she saw off the Avatar and Tenzin's children, glad to live in peace and quiet once again.
The following shot, as described by an episode recap from the Washington Post, was rather chilling: Daenerys "peers out over her newly conquered city, screams of dying former-masters ringing in the air. All righteousness must be balanced with at least a hint of cruelty or sadism in this universe."
They Are My Noble Masters is harem ecchi anime about a pair of siblings who are employed as servants by a rich family. Once again, first impressions are fairly misleading. What seems to be an interesting story about a pair of homeless siblings having the luck to find work at a mansion turns out to be a rather generic harem ecchi anime. A major disappointment, despite a few interesting points. It goes without saying I drank myself silly watching this. Just a word of warning, I don't like this genre, but I will try my best to keep opinion out of it.AnimationThe quality of animation is fairly good for a 2008 anime. Even though I wasn't watching it in HD, it still felt high-quality. However, the animation style is as generic and unoriginal as it gets, despite how colourful it is. Characters are designed in such way that they feel as if we've seen them before in other anime. As for the fan-service, it is rather extensive and unreasonable. The intro itself contains unnecessary nudity and the outro is very 'perverted' as it depicts clothes being 'cleaned off' of the female characters leaving nought but lingerie. Characters are sometimes seen topless and what's surprising is the behaviour of the characters. They behave as if it's socially acceptable to do so. If society had evolved in such a way that a topless woman is equivalent to a topless man, then I wouldn't be complaining so much. I've said plenty on the subject of needless fan-service in previous reviews so I won't speak more of it. Oh and jiggle physics. That is all.SoundThe soundtrack of this anime didn't exactly blow me away. The intro song wasn't too bad but the outro was the opposite. This being an anime about the 'upper class,' of which one is a musical conductor, there is a lot of orchestral music and strings to suit the 'high class' mood. Music is utilised failry well and isn't overused or underused, but it didn't add much to the scenes besides a few that were meant to be comedic. At times the music feels silly and I was put off by it, like the outro. That could be down to personal taste, since I don't like trashy high-pitched j-pop. The soundtrack isn't good enough to warrant obtaining it from my perspective. Being a harem ecchi, it was fairly unlikely for this to get an English dub, so it's only available in Japanese. The only notable voice actors were Shinra's VA Shizuka Itou who voiced characters like Bellows from Gargantia, Hinagiku Katsura from Hayate No Gotoku, Akiha Tohno from Lunar Legend Tsukihime and Wilhelmina from Shakugan no Shana. The voice actor for Ren, Tomokazu Seki did roles like Gilgamesh from the Fate series, Kenichi from History's strongest disciple Kenichi, Jun from Kanon, Yuuichi from My-Hime, Toji from Evangelion and Tracey from Pokemon. The voice of Ageha, Rie Tanaka did characters like Maria from Hayate no Gotoku and Chizuru from Squid Girl. I'm reminded of another anime I've recently watched. These VAs have been in good anime but sometimes they get a bad job and they gotta earn a living, right? Thus, the voices aren't to blame here. That said, in episode 11, a bunch of male hoodlums are clearly voiced by female VAs, possibly those who do the voices of other characters and it sounds terrible. Another male character, Chiharu who is meant to be androgenous is also voiced by a woman. In western animations this is no issue, but in Japanese anime the voices sound too feminine.CharactersThe main character, the male protagonist Ren Uesugi is one of the two siblings who ran away from an abusive father. For the most part, he's a normal guy that behaves as one should given most situations. He also happens to be a very pleasant and kind individual, having the ability to understand other people's feelings very well. He does get along too well with his sister, though he doesn't think of things in an inappropriate manner when it comes to his sister. He isn't perverted either, though he can't help but feel awkward when he's faced with situations like seeing his master naked at home. One exception to being mister nice guy, he is capable of being a violent rage-filled individual within and he does his best to suppress this. All in all a rather pleasant and relatable character. Probably my favourite character in this anime. 041b061a72