Classroom of The Elite season 2 – Episode 5 – It’s still hard to imagine what Kiyotaka is up to, but the time for that plan to appear may be near. Even the said plan was not entirely carried out by Kiyotaka.
Classroom of The Elite season 2 – Episode 5 – It is still difficult to imagine what Kiyotaka is up to, but the time when that plan appears may be near. Even the said plan was not entirely carried out by Kiyotaka.
What was promised last week? Can Kakeru pursue Suzune or not? Is Kikyou really a traitor of Class D? In episode 5 of Classroom of The Elite season 2, we got some answers and more. After all, it can’t be forgotten that Kiyotaka has her own way of doing things and in this case everything requires Class D to feel a bit defeated, broken. Or, he can ask for more, much more.
Episode 5 Classroom of The Elite season 2 has the main theme of learning to accept and appreciate the help of others. Obviously, that has been on full display in the last two episodes. While Ken is the only factor capable of carrying out the sports activities of Class D, he is quite open to his interests and strengths. On the contrary, Suzune is the real star of the enemy’s plans thanks to Class C’s penchant for destroying her and it seems Kiyotaka is also using her own personality for some sort of counterattack.
Like with Kei at the end of the first episodes, Suzune’s problems are purely internal. She has a low self-esteem due to her big brother’s shadow, wanting to be better and prove herself. But Suzune was completely ignorant of exactly how to achieve said goals. This leads to her unusual and frankly arrogant attitude, which doesn’t work well in “teamwork” challenges. One central thing this latest test is evaluating.
Suzune, like Kiyotaka once was, must learn to take advantage of other people’s abilities, but for her to do so will require some considerable effort.
Part of the challenge of this competition is that Kiyotaka doesn’t necessarily want Suzune to succeed in the first minute. Again this foreshadows Kei and her own learning experience – the best way to “enlighten” someone is to first break them down and Suzune hasn’t gone through that process yet. Letting Kakeru run around would attract quite a bit of interest and although it would certainly cause Class D to lose, it could be considered part of the game.
Class D now needs to break down the remaining barriers with collective cohesion, create an authentic environment to promote the start of all parties and reap the results in the next test. So why don’t you also find Kiyotaka so hard after the supposed traitor is in Kikyou. After all, real bonding can only come when all parties are honest and that includes the annoying two-faced girl.
The only question is when Kikyou’s betrayal side will be revealed, because even she will have a hard time keeping quiet once Kiyotaka takes action.
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