In episode 6 of Platinum End, Metropoliman and his allies of serial killer Girl A prepare a cunning trap to lure other God candidates to doom.
Warning: this post contains content Platinum End episode 6
Kodoani.com – The battle to decide the new God will move to the next stage after the chaos at Jinbo baseball stadium ends. Metropoliman still wasn’t satisfied with his progress, so he recruited his strongest ally, a murderous underage girl known as Misurin, or “Girl A.”
Metropoliman grants Misurin a set of wings and a red arrow, and Misurin begins to act on behalf of Metropoliman while under the influence of a red arrow. Misurin works hard to get everyone’s attention on him while Metropoliman prepares a trap to get the job done. Mirai and his new allies face their greatest test yet.
Despite his victory at Jinbo Baseball Stadium, Metropoliman believes he can do more and take out his enemies more effectively. He also realized that finding rival Lord candidates would require more provocation than making announcements in the daytime, so he provoked the rest of his opponents by recruiting Misurin. wielding a knife, a girl who shocked Tokyo with her bloody crime. Japanese news stations remain fixated on “Girl A” as she kills high school students after high school students, leaving the bodies on display all the time.
Misurin made sure that any God candidate watching the news could know that she was using angel flight to commit these crimes, making her stand out from all the other criminals. As gruesome as her murders are, stabbing middle school girls with knives doesn’t prove that Girl A is God’s candidate fighting for Metropoliman. Misurin left his victims’ bodies in places that only someone with angel wings could reach, such as at the top of a tower in Tokyo. As Misurin and Metropoliman intended, Nanato Mukaido watches the news at home and sees information about Misurin’s latest crime at the Great Tower, and the guy is determined to go there and confront Girl A.
Nanato Mukaido is much more willing than the pacifist Mirai to use lethal force against the Metropoliman, and has made this clear while Mirai and Saki plan an attack on Saki’s residence. Mirai feels reluctant to use a white arrow, but Nanato carries a pistol from his Self-Defense Forces days to enhance his attack, and he and Mirai donned experimental armor for the trip. Go to the Great Tower. They and Saki know that this is a trap designed to capture God’s candidates, but this deadly prospect goes both ways. Metropoliman, if he comes, will also be vulnerable, and Mirai or Nanato can attack him directly.
Nanato proves her worth as a strategist not only by tracking down other God candidates, but also by planning effective combat to face her worst enemies. By far, Nanato is the most effective member of Mirai’s team despite the lack of white arrows, and the guy has the determination to take Metropoliman’s life one way or another. If Mirai refuses to use the white arrows even in self-defense, Nanato can use her pistol, which Mirai can use as decoy to keep the Metropoliman off balance in the fight.
When Nanato and Mirai reached the Great Tower and confronted Girl A, Metropoliman still returned to his base and placed some explosives to destroy the top of the tower. Nanato hadn’t planned this, but with his flight, pistol, and determination, he was able to make a new plan before long, and escape to prepare a new strategy or turn around. situation and possibly capture Girl A in the process. A smart guy like him is not going to leave this battle empty-handed – he will move on, one way or another.