Zettai Bouei Leviathan Episode 8: The Guardian Narrator

Last time, Levi was attacked by a powerful creature that turned out to be another Lucasite. How did the Aqua Teen Hunger Force best the big insect mech like thing? Also, the narrator reveals her identity.

Heqet the guardian priestess

Another LucasiteInjured LeviWhile the team put up a good fight against the big bug and its swarm, they were outnumbered due to an injured Levi and forced to retreat with the help of a new ally.

Heqet the guardianThe narrator who spouts some sage like stuff before the OP reveals herself as Heqet (Or Kero-chan to Yohrm), the guardian of the aqua shrine.

Landmass crashHeqet explains that it was due to the alien bugs that a landmass crashed down near the shrine and the bugs destroyed all life there.

Bond of loveThe girls get hungry and Heqet treats them to some food and shares a little bit of the remaining spring water. Levi tries to use her powers to summon more water, with a little help from her girlfriends, and while they succeed, Levi’s injury exhausts her.

Mystery Boy againThe girls offer Heqet to join them and leave the shrine so as to get away from the bugs, but she refuses due to her duties as the shrine guardian. After exiting the shrine, Mystery Boy shows up again and recommends Levi to head to Rajima Volcano because the hot springs have healing properties. The girls do not trust the boy but decide to go there anyway.

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4 Responses to Zettai Bouei Leviathan Episode 8: The Guardian Narrator

  1. Nopy says:

    I was a bit surprised that the narrator was actually a character. Nice to finally put a face to a voice.


  2. Yurimylove says:

    That circle of love was so touching I was nearly in tears. Well okay I exaggerated but it was nice nonetheless. Looking forward to next week’s fansev… err, I meant, hot springs episode. And I demand some groping 😀


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