The long awaited “traditional” SW episode had arrived. Was it worth the wait?
We began the episode with RAMBO strangely losing her magic again. The explanation given was tight Magic Pressure. Basically she could control her magic but her “magic pump” was plugged for the most part. She had to somehow open it up again. Concerned for her beloved Lynette went on a search for special herbs and found an strange altar with a strange pot. Lucchini in her impatient curiosity got the pot open revealing a peculiar clay idol. As Luchini teased Perrine’s “inferior” oppai compared to the idol’s something happened to her.
RAMBO’s long dormant “killer instinct” kicked in, something Shizuka wasn’t yet used to. Not only that but as she relished Lucchini’s “gifts” her magic came back.
Suddenly possessed Luchini!
Eila’s love for Sanya was tested that day.
Lynette figured out the clay idol took over Lucchini and it needed to fertilize nine Witches. Three were “blessed” at that point. She blamed herself for bringing the idol but RAMBO assured her it’s all good.
It appeared even the mighty Shirley wasn’t excluded from the idol’s hit list. It wanted all our heroines.
Part “I must help Lynette” and “Damn your perfect oppai!”. Not showing Lynne in the onsen because it’s best cherished on Blu-Ray in the near future.
Although Minna’s majestic posterior was behind a paywall we were reintroduced to her splendid front.
It was down to RAMBO, Lynne and Barkhorn. The third tried to go get help but by that point 8 of the required 9 surrounded her. Her glorious new pecks weren’t enough to smash the oppaidol.
It was at this point I was like “There had to be a reason Lynette got the spotlight this episode”…It kinda did but not really. Oh well. For the most part it filled the hearts of cultured people with great joy. Sadly there aren’t many of those left around here like there used to. Shame really.
Next time the episode I’m certain many enlightened SW fans were waiting for.