Episode 9 –
[details=spoiler]I see Yahiro popped up again. And Shu only helps him because of his brother. He hasn’t forgiven Yahiro and who would for selling him out like that? Interesting too that the virus transferred like that. But it looks like it takes on a life of its own. And does this mean Jun is healed?
Then why ask Shu to kill him? It’s sad that Jun can see the other side of people and he wants to die before he ends up hating his brother. And it seems that Jun is controlling the Endlave that captured Yahiro. This part was incredibly emotional. Jun forces Shu into killing him. He dies thanking Shu and loving his brother. Later, Shu has to tell Yahiro his brother died at his hands. This must have been hard after promising to help Jun and I wonder how Yahiro will react to Shu now. But I guess it also explains why Jun was reaching for the knife in the beginning of the episode.
Another funny thing about this episode was when the girls were reading their fortunes and they both actually came true in a roundabout way. But now since Hare had followed Shu and Yahiro, perhaps she has seen too much.[/details]
Episode 10 –
[details=spoiler]It seems that Gai might be the son of someone important and the he says that the reason he fights is a woman. I wonder if his illness is related to the virus and why Inori is the one to treat him. There is more mystery here!
Shu messes up a mission, but eventually returns to school. I wonder why he hesitated in taking Inori’s Void this time. And I also wonder what his dream was about. Could Inori be someone from Shu’s past? He also seems to be going insane. It looks as if he can’t deal with things anymore. But Hare is really concerned and it’s sweet of her to take care of him.
Gai even goes so far as to hold a gun on Shu to force him to participate in another mission, but in the end frees him from Funeral Parlor. And again, Hare hears things she should not be a witness too. I doubt she will turn anyone in though. Later, Shu snaps again as Inori tries to give him her new song. Shu looks at Inori and sees someone else – someone consumed by the virus. But I wonder why he called Inori a monster.
Keido gave the rock he stole to Yan. Shu’s mother looks to be more involved in this too. Keido knows of Shu’s power and informs a surprised Haruka not only of his power, but also the fact that her son is working with Funeral Parlor. The rock itself is to be removed from the country via plane and Funeral Parlor means to prevent that. But GHQ is on to them and has prepared an elaborate trap. Too late, Gai realizes something is wrong.
Funeral Parlor breaks into the empty cockpit of the unmanned plane as Seiga promises to send Gai to heaven. What is he up to? He tells his people to take Vaccine D and then pushes a button that makes the rock glow in the Command Center. Did he release the virus???
Shu is still in a bad place and seems torn between what he should do and what he wants. He even comes on to Hare and she slaps him, feeling that he only sees her as a substitute for Inori. Shu is surprised that Hare knows about his secrets and it seems to pull him back to normal.
Things happen fast as the virus attacks not only Gai’s group on the plane, but also the Funeral Parlor members back at their base. In fact people everywhere are being affected, as someone mentions “genetic resonance” and the fact that the rock has been “activated”. However, all of this looks like a plot so that Keido can take over. It also looks like Keido is responsible for the Lost Christmas incident! And now Inori is worried that “she” will awaken again. I love how this show just keeps you on the edge of your seat!!! The ED was sad too with Shu and Inori walking in separate directions.[/details]