Saya Finally Saves Some Lives

September 1st, 2011


This is past visceral and just starting to become silly. As usual, nothing of value happened this week until the last couple minutes unless you count the super surprising reveal that… gasp… the whole situation surrounding Saya may be artificially set up. What a shock! Then the monster showed up at the school and Saya managed to protect a whole… like… six or seven people in her class through her genius strategy of standing still and waiting until the monster got full the episode ended, making this the most lives that she’s saved in battle to date. Although it’s not over yet. There’s still more than enough time next week to keep her record perfect.

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8 Shouts From the Peanut Gallery

  • basse says:

    don´t forget the return of the singing..

  • Zapp Brannigan says:

    The Killbots? A trifle! It was simply a matter of outsmarting them.

    You see, Killbots have a pre-set kill limit. Knowing their weakness, I sent wave after wave of my own men at them, until they reached their limit and shutdown. Kif, show them the medal I won.

  • Velger says:

    Certainly didn’t expect violence of that scale. I might watch the uncensored version at a future date.

  • Twi says:

    The moment it jumped through the classroom window, she should have had the sword drawn and been cutting the thing to bits instead of waiting for it to fill up on classmates.

  • TJ says:

    Hard to say if Saya actually saves the remaining classmates since the monster isn’t defeated yet. I wouldn’t be surprised if a couple more die before the battle is over.

  • Keith 'Azure Grimoire' Kurogane says:

    Oh wow…
    Violence aside, the protagonist really needs to react fast… and stop watching her classmates get slaughtered…

  • Anonymous says:

    Blood and Blood+ Saya would have had jumped the shit out of that window and killed it ASAP.

  • Burnout says:

    Ah, but priorities! Her main objective is to make sure her monster-hunting identity isn’t discovered. Saving a mere dozen kids is low on the scale.