Seven Knights Revolution: Hero Successor Episode 10 Review

No one is going to accuse Seven Knights Revolution: Hero Successor episode 10 of doing anything new or innovative. At least episode 10 is good at telling its story. If not, there wouldn’t be much to redeem what’s going on here. Like all of the other episodes of Seven Knights Revolution: Hero Successor, episode 10 is straight from a “How to” book on how to write an anime story.

Seven Knights Revolution: Hero Successor Episode 9 Review

What do you think about the story in Seven Knights Revolution: Hero Successor episode 10?

I used to enjoy watching professional wrestling. Back before I knew what was going on, I got wrapped up in the personal issues between the wrestlers. Unfortunately, that attachment wore off once I realized it was a predetermined contest and stories would be recycled. I found myself calling what was going to happen before it would. It took the fun out of watching.

I have that same feeling while watching Seven Knights Revolution: Hero Successor episode 10. Actually I’ve had that same feeling for the other nine episodes as well. Nemo is the tragic hero who may or may not be the key to destroying the world. The rest of the good guys don’t know what to do with him.

Nemo’s fate has been determined by those in power. They have been conveniently manipulated by Miss Sophitia, who’s the secret leader of Physis. Episode 10 ends with Jou and Gareth about to cross swords with the other members of the Seven Knights. Who knew! It was the only obvious outcome for this anime.

What did episode 10 get right?

For as basic a story as Seven Knights Revolution: Hero Successor episode 10 is, it at least doesn’t mess up telling it. I’ve said that a few times in my reviews of the anime. I would be really down on it if that was not the case. No one likes a bland anime that can’t even get the basics right.

The other part that I think episode 10 gets right, at least somewhat, is in making me curious about what the real history of the old library is. I’m going to guess that Nemo’s hero, Genius, actually stopped Physis the last time. He ended up being framed and was forced to become a bad guy in the legend that followed. That’s the story that I’m going with.

I just hope that it won’t take too much longer to be told what the secret is. There have been several people already who have found out. My curiosity has been piqued ever since Claire died. What’s going on in the old library?

What did Seven Knights Revolution: Hero Successor episode 10 get wrong?

Nemo’s trial and attempted execution were a little bit far fetched. You mean to tell me that Jou, Gareth and the leadership of Granseed would go against a decree staying Nemo’s execution? I get that Miss Sophitia is pulling strings in the background. She’s obviously turned full fledged evil.

I’m also not a big fan of Nemo’s dark secret. Now that we know he killed the original Nemo and assumed his identity it’s hard to cheer him on. You can’t kill an innocent boy and get my support. I think Seven Knights Revolution: Hero Successor episode 10 should’ve just left it at Nemo being a synthetic life. That was enough for this anime.

Is Seven Knights Revolution: Hero Successor episode 10 worth watching?

I’ll go ahead and say that this anime episode is worth watching if you’ve got nothing else to watch. It’s firmly mediocre. Nothing here is particularly bad, but nothing is really good either. I’ll keep watching it just to provide some content for this blog, nothing else. Don’t get me wrong, it’s not like I dread having to watch these episodes, but it’s no My Hero Academia.

Seven Knights Revolution: Hero Successor episode 11 preview

As you’d expect, Seven Knights Revolution: Hero Successor episode 11 is going to be full of fighting. Miss Sophitia is going to lead those who are after Nemo’s head. The only question is whether or not Nemo and Faria can lead the others to stop her. Maybe Nemo will pull out his arm cannon again. If he does that will at least make things a little more interesting.

Now go watch some anime!

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