Can the Ranking of Kings seriously redeem Miranjo, who is directly responsible for Daida’s descent into darkness and being possessed by Bosse?
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Ranking of Kings knows how to make a viewer’s first impression of characters, with seemingly nasty characters like Hiling and Daida proving likable or redeemable and seemingly supportive ones like Domas and Bosse turning out to be. absolutely terrible. But can anime seriously redeem Miranjo, the woman in the mirror who is directly responsible for Daida’s descent into darkness and being possessed by Bosse?
Episode 11the anime’s most puzzling episode yet, but while Miranjo’s plot is as complex and mysterious as ever, it seems she’s being set up as if, if not a hero, at least at least. especially a villain much more sympathetic than previously known.
Not that Miranjo still doesn’t have many answers. The episode’s opening flashback, revealing that Daida was once motivated to protect Bojji but became cocky at Miranjo’s praise after being given the mirror by Bosse, only made Miranjo’s connection all the more connected. directly with everything that is wrong in the kingdom. Next time, however, we’ll see her as a helpless child being tormented by an angry mob in Daida’s “dump”.
The mechanics of how young Miranjo and the mob appeared to Daida is still unknown, but if these visions are to be believed, Miranjo had her hands chopped off and her facial skin ripped off by those who believed her kind. responsible for all their illnesses. Exactly what “kind of her” is is another question that needs answering, but the idea of a tortured child being made a scapegoat for reasons that sound like they have a lot to do with More stubborn than anything she can do at such an age definitely painted her. in a more sympathetic light. The mutilation she faces also explains why every time we see Miranjo “in the flesh”, she lives in some kind of artificial body.
In the present, Miranjo’s newest power game involves taking criminals out of the Underworld’s prison and sending them to the castle to threaten Bosse. Putting Bosse and Daida in danger causes Hiling to return, so Miranjo’s main motive seems to be to lure the queen into a trap. Determining whether Miranjo and Bosse are still on the same side is the cause of many speculations.
The prison break took on even greater political significance, inspiring King Desha of the Underworld to battle Bosse’s realm. Fighting on Desha’s side was none other than Bojji, who had completed his training and was determined to return home even before Desha joined. The battle that follows is sure to be intense and will hopefully answer at least some of the questions the anime has been asking. However, fans will have to wait for the next episode a little longer than usual, as the anime is taking a break for the holidays and will return in January.