Summer Time Render episode 10 – Things get more complicated when Ushio says she can copy anything “as long as she has space”.
As usual, everything about Summer Time Render is still working fine until this 10th episode. A good enough anime series, you will look forward to the new week to see the new episode. Even a relatively transitional episode like this one is equally compelling.
The predominantly dark atmosphere is equally enjoyable, and the succinct dialogue and plot are some of the most enjoyable this genre of anime has produced in years. Episode 10 Summer Time Render seems to be happening more quickly. A few more episodes like this will obviously cut the production budget quite a bit.
Talking about the content of episode 10 Summer Time Render, the filmmakers are definitely doing everything to make us suspicious of the Hishigata family. We know quite a bit about the father and daughter Tokiko who are conspiring, but the direction here is certainly meant to raise suspicions for Sou as well. I am still inclined to believe that he is pure. But Sou currently knows more than an outsider known compared to Ushio and Shinpei. The clinic is clearly the key to all of this, so it makes sense that Shinpei would focus his detective work there and Sou would be in a dilemma about it, because of the family ties.
Everything is becoming more and more complicated. There’s a lot more to it about Shadow, as Ushio tells us that she can copy anything “as long as she has space”. There’s something very tech-savvy about this detail. But we also discover that the machine only works when the original is destroyed. That doesn’t apply to a static shape like a key, which can do its job, but to anything that needs energy to move. This led to some interesting Shinpei strategies of using clones instead of originals on this expedition. Also another important point, Balls can sense the presence of other Shadows.
Strategy is an important element of the clinic investigation. As Shinpei said, Ushio was equivalent to “the value of a hundred people” in battle. But even more so, if she dies first there’s no telling if she’ll be able to join Shinpei for future loops. It makes sense for him to take big risks, even if it doesn’t sit well with others. However, Ushio had to boldly enter the clinic because of the crack in the wall that only she can get through.
The cave acts as a kind of Shadow nursery. Certainly these Shadows are different and there is something about them that makes them feel very much like babies. I am very curious about this “feeding” concept. If indeed Ball had to eat this would be the first time we’d see it, and in fact, we’d never actually see Shadow consume anything. It is possible that the destruction of a carnal body (what happens to rats is more or less similar to what we have seen happen to humans) is “consumption” for these creatures. Maybe they eat our “data” the way a living animal eats.
It’s mostly speculation at the moment, but there seems to be some World War II military connection to all of this. The island also has military connections (like many Japanese islands) and although the tunnels in episode 10 Summer Time Render may now be used by Shadows, the military probably built them. build them. The Japanese military has faced some horrors during the war so maybe they’re working on editing Shadow into a super soldier or something like that? As for me, even if it is only speculation, I will closely watch for clues that support this view.
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