Title: Destroy All of Humanity. It Can’t Be Regenerated.
Original Title: すべての人類を破壊する。それらは再生できない。
Author: Ise Katsura
Artist: Yokota Takuma
DISCLAIMER! This is the review of the 41st chapter of this manga. By being a review of a single chapter it can contain various SPOILERS. Read at your discretion.
The beginning of this chapter hyped me so much! Now I totally want to build an Aurancor type of deck! Maybe in Premodern!
The second game doesn’t seem to be going well for Lou and, as I thought, it seems she will lose and then we will have Kanou win against Kuon.
I didn’t know that it was Lou the one who introduced Kuon to the game and I honestly thought that it was the other way around or that they were both already playing when they got to know each other.
The game is so cool and I loved how the author introduced some techs that were possible only during those years before some cards received an errata! It is an amazing work!
To be honest, after seeing the second game, I don’t know how much Kuon deck would be available as a real deck: it seems to be doing too many things all together, like caring both about the Aurancor part and the cards in hand. Sure, Enchantress decks draw a lot of cards; but it seems something that it won’t be actually this strong.
The finale of this chapter was really nice! I wonder how the game against Kanou will go.