They’ve come once more.
Friendship is in the air, a maid has her pet mostly under control, but for a few these times are painful. Kaga has not lost sight of her deal with the Sirens. In order to follow in her sister footsteps, she’ll do whatever it takes. Even if it means going against her nation, Orochi will set sail. Still, there’s the matter of the stolen Black Mental Cube. Shining more brightly than ever, the cube awaits extraction. Azur Lane remains clueless of what they’ve been holding onto. Nevertheless, the Sirens have waited long enough. Sending in their top infiltrator, Purifier was able to cripple Azur Lane single-handedly. Pursuit of this speed-demon was inevitable, though the battle has come to a standstill.
If you haven’t heard the news already, then Azur Lane is on break till March 2020. This really shouldn’t come as a surprise. I’ve brought it up a number of weeks now, but I’ll say it once more. Azur Lane has struggled to maintain any sense of quality after episode 2. Hopefully this break is well worth it, though I’m personally not going to hold my breath. Regardless, Azur Lane will return to Anime Solution in time. When there’s an opening in the future, Azur Lane has priority number one. Anyhow, will you remember them? Enjoy the last action upon the seas for 2019!
It’s a real shame. It took us until episode 10 to get a shot like this. Thank you, Purifier.
Here’s some CGI-prise for you. Spats on and hair clipping.
It was fun while it lasted. See you next year, everyone!