She’s Off To See The Clan Lord, The Wondeful Clan Lord Of Tytania
Well the company has finally gone home and the holidays blown over, which means I have some catching up to do. For the purposes of accomplishing that I’ve decided to do a couple of quicker looks at my backlog of Tytania episodes, so really quickly here is episode 09.
Lydia, aka Nunally 2.0 makes good on her intention to become Tytania’s hostage by visiting Uraniborg to meet with the dukes, but before Ariabart can receive her she makes off to try and meet with Ajman directly….and much to her butler’s dismay. In the city area she bumps into Francia and more or less makes Francia her servant for the day and goes on a romp around the city and the palace talking arrogantly about how bad the security is. Of course Ajman spotted her almost immediatley and seemed amused by the literal girl, withdrawing the guard both to I asusme protect her, as well as see how close to him she can get.
Meanwhile, Alses is scheming with a way to get back to Uraniborg, and his mother suggests he cooperate with Salisch, his hated brother, in order to accomplish this, all while Lydia is peeking in. Alses once again proves his ruthlessness by saying the guards should go capture the intruder, but his mother proves herself to be less of a snob then her appearance would suggest by saying it’s just a girl and she probably means no harm. Oh but she does.
Meanwhile Bal’ami who had been tasked with locating Nunally 2.o finally catches up with her and they go to talk to Jouslain. Once again Jouslain proves he lacks the pettiness of his brothers by bowing to Nunally 2.0 when she asks him to since she is a princess after all. After some brief chatting where Nunally 2.0 explains the problem about Elbing’s energy mine and how she’s here to be a hostage so that Ajman won’t take it, Jouslain sympathizes and takes the issue to Ajman, who not to surprisingly (since I’m sure he lacks the other Tytania’s pettiness much like Jouslain) agrees to let Elbing keep the mind.
Mission accomplished for Nunally 2.0, but she also get’s to stick around the castle with Bal’ami as her honor guard, and the narration hints that she indeed was the small wind blown into Tytania that would bring change that was mentioned last episode. How she’ll do that I don’t know, maybe with her loli powers.
Anyway, so this episode probably went over especially well for those who are into antics and moe, but surprisingly, for someone who isn’t like me, I wasn’t bothered by it. Rather I felt it was pretty good. The artwork wasn’t anything to write home about, but it was neat to finally see the city area of Uraniborg as Lydia romped around in it since all we’ve seen of Uraniborg so far was the main palace. Also it seems Bal’ami isn’t even going to have much of a chance to keep up with his scheming against Jouslain who he thought he could manipulate, since he in turn has been worked into the position of perrenial babysitter for Lydia, who if the poor butler’s current state is any suggestion can be more then a handful. This also allows Ajman to keep a closer eye on Estrades, who he knows as well is plotting against him, though I’m sure that rebellion is all part of his master plan anyway and he would welcome it when the time is right. Combine all those happenings amongst the chaos wrought by Lydia with Alses’ current scheming and the plot has thickened yet again in this already complex show. Not much happening on Fan’s front so though so maybe we’ll find out what he and Dr. Lee are up to next time.
Rating: Seven And A Half Out Of Ten