It all began 5 years ago.
Ever since the death of her parents, Origami has lived for a single purpose. Revenge is all she cares for, and going against orders is a small price to pay for it. As such, she has stolen equipment that could rival a Spirit in power. She’ll only be able to maintain it for a short period of time, though that was of little consequence. As long as she can put an end to Efreet, then everything would have been worth it. Fortunately, her confrontation with Kotori came with a number of drawbacks. Not only was Kotori able to stand up to her, those behind Kotori provided numerous interruptions. While Tohka and Yoshino held her down, Shido was able to take his sister aside. Before matters spiraled further out of control, Kotori was resealed. The Spirit of Flames, Efreet, has once again taken up residence within Shido. Unfortunately, that wasn’t enough for Origami. She had come here for one purpose, although her time was up. Her lights have gone out, yet this isn’t the end.
There are consequences to come from Origami’s actions, although we don’t learn about them until season 2. Nonetheless, let’s keep some focus here. Among the three seasons of Date A Live, this one is by far my favorite. While the other two have their memorable moments, it’s hard to argue they look as spectacular as season 1. Even the action scenes held some merit. Still, this isn’t my first time viewing or reviewing this show. In fact, no other show can compare to how much time I’ve put into Date A Live. There’s actually one stitch that took me 10 hours to complete. That single stitch was a turning point for me, and it’s one of the reasons I’m able to do these daily reviews. Date A Live is hands down the hardest media I’ve worked with. Now, even with all the said, I’ll always give Date A Live a 7/10. I love it to bits, but at the end of the day this is just a battle harem. There’s only so much one can do when it comes to harems. Nevertheless, when it came to the girls, they were all top tier. Even if you ignore the story, you’ll be in for a exciting time.
Moving forward, there’s plenty more Date A Live to come here. We’ve still got a season 2 to cover, after all. However, work on season 2 won’t resume until next year. I will have the OVA out before then, though. As for the movie, well we can always dream about it one day. Anyhow, Kotori’s love for her Onii-chan is always at 100. Enjoy the resealing!
ED: And here’s the final addition to the ending.
I hope you didn’t think this was the end. We’ve got plenty more dates in our future here at, Anime Solution!