Try hard to pick girls up in a Dungeon? S4 Is it the same way that S3 has got it

This episode made me feel so stressed out for everyone! I genuinely thought that Luvis party was dead when we saw the savage killing of the blue crab, because it sure looked like it was just about to do that. But no, instead it decided to use the three members.

That episode is so bad to everyone. I really thought that Luvis party was good as dead when we saw how the monster savagely killed the blue crab, because sure it looked like it would be on the other side. The other party made a decision, instead of using these three members as bait, and Aleck was used as a substitute of his own. They are all bad, and Chariot and Lana both had lost a leg. It’s absolutely terrible what has happened to them, but incredibly they’re still alive, but you might say they certainly look like they’re hanging by a thread a moment.

But in a sheesh, the Moss Bigk is a crafty motherfucker. The front-line damage-dealers put into a bait and espoused the back-line based on weak people. And one of the worst parts about that thing is that he is not intentionally targeting the adventurers because they figured out they were the bet resources for quickly obtaining the Magic Stones. By devouring these things, it becomes stronger, and because it can do this so effectively, this monster normally found on the middle floor is finally able to become powerful enough to sink in to the lower floor. Luvis also suggested that this monster has never been reported until now because it’s chosen its targets wisely. If it were to avoid the strong and then take advantage of those they thought it could handle. We saw that it was executing strategically, and that when it dragged Bell into the river, then as soon as it was sent down the waterfall, the Moss Huge had able to stay on even doing that.

After last weeks endless warnings of why they need to stay away from the water, it was certain that it was only expected that Bell would not be separated from the party. He actually did a pretty good hit with his Fireball attack, as Moss Huge really didn’t like that (go figure). After I pulled Bell into the water, I wasn’t afraid that it would take the stone off and impale Bell because it was definitely there. Even though he did this, the monster knew who to fight his battles with. In that moment, he decided he was better off a strategic attempt to enlighten Bell with the ability to fall to death or drown. Even if neither of the two things happened, he still had to survive being on the lower level on his own, so, quickly, became in trouble when he came face-to-face with an swam of Inguazu. Lovely!

Since Bell honestly thought he’d die there for a moment, I’m not blaming him. But he finds a solution, always remembering his promises to his party, and doing what he does best, and defy the odds. That being said, it looked like he was actually surprised that he had managed to make it out in one piece. Bells skill after all is convenient and scary, so he becomes stronger in what he has to do. As a mermaid, he showed a cheerful performance that he was tired from a heavy blow, but he doesn’t seem to be in vain with his efforts. I realized that, because everything was so intense, I totally laughed with her as she excitedly applauded him. Now we can’t stop smiling! When she don’t turn around and try to kill Bell, (and probably won’t), it looks like he can help somebody, who surely knows this floor inside out. I think that she is a little bit bigger than the Xenos, but if that’s why she continues to exist in the current arc, it would be nice to see how her existence remains present.

Since Bell was separated from the group, the leadership is to Aisha. Again, if I am not a sufficient soul to stress this, what would they have done without him? I think they’re just figuring out, as Lili has formulated a plan to lure out the moscow to finish it for finally completing it, while Aisha goes back to the surface to take the home party to help them and the wounded. It’s almost a gamble considering that the Luvis party of four consisting members who’re all at Level 3 didn’t stand a chance against that thing. Lili is banking on Mikotos gravity spell is to destroy the whole passage and crush it once and for all. We can only hope it is going to perform as smoothly as they want. They will do their best to protect the wounded, but he wants more to question the possibility that these guys can leave until then. Luckily they ran into Dormuls group, all seemingly accounted for, but, in sadly, as to Luvis, they’re also severely injured.

The episode was a good one. Since Cassandra could not purge the parasite, the team was ready to weigh their options of whether to return to the surface as quickly as possible, or to face the monster and to remove it in hopes that it would kill the seedling parasite – feeding off of them. The Luvis and Bells party genuinely enjoyed their encounter, but he was free to talk to and to have a key insight into a Moss Huges target. Without him, they wouldn’t have known it was targeting the Adventurers for the Magic Stones in their possession. Sometimes it’s always great to see other adventurers helping each other in the dark. We have seen before that certain people wouldn’t hesitate to abandon their friends or other comrades to guarantee their own survival (CoughOukaCough).

It’s probably too soon for me to say, but I’m glad that no one from that adventurer has been murdered. Sure that would raise the stakes, and make this situation a lot more stressful, so tragic and of course less predictable. Of course none of them are still from the woods, so I don’t know exactly how much time this particular arc is going to be, since I haven’t yet read this volume. They certainly feel like they have formed a momentous pace so far, but well have to see how things perform well, especially whether Lilis plans will go as smoothly as she hopes them will.

To this one, let’s do that:

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