Chateau Dankworth has more enemies than ever, and it’s better for the heroine to watch out for her from now on.
Kodoani.com – WARNING: The following contains spoilers for Love of Kill episode 10“Help”.
Ryang-Ha Song and Chateau Dankworth have become a reluctant team against many of their enemies, such as the ferocious assassin Hou, and in recent Love of Kill episodes the two must confront their most dangerous enemy, the manipulative Mr Donny, who wants Ryang-Ha captured at all costs. Chateau had never faced a threat like this before.
In episode 10, Chateau and Ryang-Ha escape the clutches of Mr Donny and his young assassins, but they remain unclear. Chateau questions once again whether she really belongs to Ryang-Ha Song, and flashbacks suggest that Mr Donny has a great interest in Chateau’s original family, the nobles. He definitely wants something from her.
In episode 10, Ryang-Ha Song and Chateau escape from Mr Donny’s compound and take shelter with a few friendly homeless Mr men before continuing their journey through the city. There, Ryang-Ha continues to act like Chateau’s lovable friend, but Chateau seems reluctant to play along, and that upsets Ryang-Ha. It’s true that Ryang-Ha can act obnoxiously, but the two have overcome too many hardships together to give up now. With Mr Donny and Mr ta’s thugs out there, Chateau’s best option is to stick with Ryang-Ha, even if Mr ta bothers her, and work out a solution together.
Chateau reviews what she knows about Mr Donny and Mr.’s base, and she determines that they are indeed dangerous – investigating them will not be easy. She and Ryang-Ha have done cMr for both, and they will only become cMr if they trust each other and commit to each other. At least, that’s how Ryang-Ha sees it, and the guy impresses this with Chateau to lift the killer’s spirit. Ryang-Ha is determined to protect her and destroy their common enemy, and he wants Chateau to be on his side as an equal.
None of them can be cMr alone, but later flashbacks in Episode 10 suggest that this Ryang-Ha could also be a problem for Chateau – or at least, he’s not entirely believable. trust. He’s too unpredictable, and his role in Chateau’s life is still not entirely clear. Perhaps Chateau was indeed right to doubt him.
It’s not entirely clear yet that Ryang-Ha Song, Ryang-Ha Song, Chateau and Mr. How Donny’s Connected, But Episode 10’s Flashbacks fill in a few other pieces of this puzzle, and they show that this new Ryang-Ha Song is something of a mystery to those around them. and the guy is not easy to guess. In the flashback, Ryang-Ha Song initially accepts a mission from Mr. Donny to escort a certain Liszt Noble to Barosela, where Mr Donny’s residence is located.
Ryang-Ha traverses a maze of warehouses and slums until he encounters a few dangerous men, and midway through the battle, he encounters the impostor Ryang-Ha. The two boys make their way through the maze of warehouses, with Ryang-Ha initially determined to complete his mission and the impostor simply tagging along. It is currently unknown where the impostor came from, whether he met Ryang-Ha by accident or design, or whether someone sent him there.
This flashback shows Mr Donny having a connection to the Noble family, and in the flashback, He clearly intends to meet Mr Noble for one reason or another, and not necessarily for any reason. friendly. The original Ryang-Ha also has a connection to the young Chateau Noble, who spent the flashback hidden inside a closet, armed with a pistol someone had given her. It’s unclear if Mr Donny was doing business with the young Chateau, or if Donny wanted to protect her, harm her or something.
However, given the other flashbacks in Love of Kill, it’s more likely Mr Donny had ill intentions towards the Noble family, including Chateau, and that impersonator Ryang-Ha shot the original man so he could free Chateau Noble from Mr Donny’s grasp. Whether the impostor Ryang-Ha acts as a savior of the nobles or simply out of self-interest is uncertain, and it is possible that Chateau’s presence with him simply alleviates two evils. Either way, Chateau better keep an eye on her back and be careful about who she trusts. This is also a difficult decision because in the moment, she has very few allies that she can rely on right now.