The Living Doll’s weekly coffee party had an uninvited guest in Episode 3 of Shadows House.
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The plot is growing in Season 2, Volume 3 of Shadows House. The fun party was ominous enough with making coffee for each of the Living Dolls daily to brainwash them slowly but gradually. Emilico knew that she and Shaun couldn’t keep spitting coffee up their sleeves. It’s not a sustainable solution and sooner or later someone will catch them. Lucky or unlucky, Emilico had more important things to worry about when the second jubilant party arrived.
The mysterious cloaked character that appeared in Episode 1 has so far not appeared again – that is, until Episode 3. Although the Dolls don’t know exactly who the cloaked character is, they do find out. some of the bewildering abilities this character exhibits.
Perhaps one of the more disturbing soot powers a Shadow master has so far is Louise, who has the ability to allow her to manipulate and control Lou and the Veiled Doll. It turns out that it’s not just Louise who has the ability to control someone. Mirabelle and Isabelle, the two Shadow masters, are always arrogant and look down on other Shadow masters and their living Dolls, and they demonstrate this through their soot powers, where they can sport manipulate the body of another Living Doll. They force Emilico to start barking like a dog, and she can’t get out until Kate pulls them up, forcing them to break their hold on Emilico. Kate’s actions were not something the twins would forget.
During the fun party, just before the coffee was distributed, Rosemary came in late, but something was wrong with her. Her eyes were completely blackened – infected with soot. This is not the first time this has happened, but something is different. Many fires broke out and began to attack them. More and more Live Dolls like Mia become infected as scorch marks begin to adhere to their faces. It will be more difficult to fight against the moths when Emilico’s Living Dolls also begin to attack.
As if the scorch marks weren’t difficult to deal with, these small pests coagulate into a giant scorching monster called a ghost that looks a bit like No-Face from Spirited Away. No matter how much the Living Dolls tried to break them, ghosts still proliferated. The only way the Living Doll has a chance of winning is if they use Olly’s Oliver Mark II cleaner, but controlling it is another story. The attraction makes the target completely unpredictable.
Only Emilico volunteers and although the nozzle revolves around her, with the help of the rest of her friends, she is able to suck up the ghost. Emilico may have always looked a bit innocent and not very bright, but she showed how resourceful she is in the first season of her debut and now in this episode when she can use force. suck as a way to take her around. Meanwhile, Shaun and Ricky find the cloaked figure, but before they can reveal their identity, it shoots out a scorching flame that makes it impossible for them to give chase.
After a disaster has subsided, the party can now go on, but the Belle twins, who are mysteriously tasked with protecting the coffee by Susie, break the coffee bottles. From their identical expressions of horror, none of them did it out of their own volition. It is suspiciously similar to their owners’ own soot abilities.
There is also the issue of the character wearing the cape. They don’t seem to care about hiding from people and since they can make scorch marks, they are most likely a Shadow. Most likely, the fact that Rosemary fell ill at the time of the jubilant party was staged so that the twins in charge of the coffee did not raise suspicion. It’s important to note that Christopher shows up at the beginning of the episode, where he tells a story to the other Shadows around a child who gets burned and scorched later turns into a ghost.