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Little Ruru's Big Dream is the tenth episode of the Musaigen no Phantom World anime adaptation. It aired on March 10, 2016.
After being accidentally stepped on by Haruhiko, Ruru seeks help from a Phantom witch who gives her a pendant to increase her size. Later, she attends Hosea Academy as a transfer student, tricking everybody. When she is invited to go to the Summer Festival, it's up to her to stop a rampaging firework Phantom, also given a pendant by the Phantom witch, from exploding at a low height,
- 1 Haruhiko Ichijo
- 2 Mai Kawakami
There Goes My Kokoro
Myriad colors phantom world, episode 10.
A Ruru episode.
…Okay. Look, I’m not saying Ruru’s a terrible character…
…but she kinda sucks, and I’m really disappointed that they dedicated an episode to her. But I’m not surprised, as every other character seemed to have their own up until this point. So I guess it’s only fair for Ruru to have her time to shine.
Starting with the plot, well, it was even dumber than I expected. Ruru is small, but she wants to drink a full bottle of Ramune. To fully ingest this Ramune, she needs to become the size of a human. Luckily, a benevolent witch phantom just happens to be passing by, and grants her wish so she can drink Ramune at the festival. Then shit happens where she can’t reveal who she is to her friends because of an arbitrary set of rules, and then breaks those at the end of the episode because apparently she’s the only one that can save Haruhiko from the firework phantom. And they’re all sad because they actually think for a moment that Ruru is dead from the explosion, and crying because she never got to drink that Ramune soda. But it’s okay because she’s alive, the end.
Thought I said “Ramune” too many times in that last paragraph? Well that’s not even half the amount of times they mentioned Ramune in the show. Product placement or does the writer just really like Ramune? I don’t know, but tune in next time for when Izumi becomes addicted to the Pocky phantom!
Back to the witch that I briefly mentioned earlier, I thought she was a cool addition and would like to see her in more episodes. This is of course, based almost solely off of looks, but what can I say, I like characters with cool designs. And it would be nice to see her character be developed a little more.
One thing I’ve noticed throughout the show is that Izumi’s powers have been tragically underused. Apparently, she can’t eat everything for random reasons like “it’ll make her tummy feel bad” and “they need to be weakened first”. I’m paraphrasing by the way. Her powers are completely situational and most the time useless. Remember that time she revealed she had healing powers, then never used them again? I do, because I keep blogging about this stupid show no matter how little substance it actually gives me.
I feel when the show focuses on comedy, and especially on Ruru, I don’t laugh. The show was funnier when it was organic, or at least felt that way. But now I only find myself laughing because of how incredibly stupid this show is. It’s still very pretty though, so there’s that.
+ Visually pretty
– Ruru episode
– Rampant product placement?
– Reina tragically underused
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Myriad Colors Phantom World Episode 10
How would you rate episode 10 of myriad colors phantom world community score: 3.6.
The theme this time is fireworks, with a firework Phantom showing up late to serve as the episode's “monster of the week,” and dreams of a festival capped with fireworks serving as the partial impetus for the episode's events. Ruru is upset about her size, both because she accidentally gets stepped on by Haruhiko and because she's so small that she cannot drink a whole bottle of ramune, which is apparently one of her favorite things. So when she encounters a Phantom Witch, who claims to exist merely to grant wishes to Phantoms, Ruru's wish is to be human-sized. Sure, she can't fly that way (and forgetting that brings her grief more than once), and she loses the spell if she's discovered or loses a special pendant, but it gives her a chance to finally walk eye-to-eye with Haruhiko. Part of the spell allows her to pass as a transfer student into Haruhiko's class, try out all of the clubs, and eventually hang around with him and the gang. That leads to an opportunity to go to the festival with Haruhiko and crew and learn the unvarnished truth about what Haruhiko actually thinks about her. When the Phantom Witch unwittingly sets a fireworks Phantom on a path for chaos by granting its wish, and said flying firework carries off Haruhiko, Ruru is the only one who can ultimately come to his rescue by regaining her small, flying form.
All-in-all, this is a pretty simple, straightforward tale that firms up the Haruhiko/Ruru relationship, though it still doesn't explain how they came to be together in the first place. It finds humor in the absurdly over-the-top story of woe that Ruru spins when she has to come up with a background on the spot, but it's much funnier that Koito, who is normally the group's most insightful member, is utterly taken in by the ridiculous story; surprisingly, she's a sucker for tragic tales. (In fact, when Ruru reverts to her natural form, Koito is more offended by Ruru's story being a lie than by the fact that she was successfully deceived about the new girl being a Phantom.) The Phantom Witch also turning out to be exactly what she says she is – perhaps careless in granting wishes but definitely not possessing villainous intent – is also a nice touch, as the reverse is so common it's cliché. Hopefully this will not be the last we see of her. The artwork is also handled well, with several skillfully-executed perspective shifts and neat little touches. Seeing the whole gang dressed up in kimonos can also be a treat.
If the episode can be faulted for anything, it's for being too transparent and deliberate about crafting a situation where Ruru has to revert back to normal size in order to save the day. Otherwise, it serves its purpose pretty well of making Ruru more than just a chirpy accessory, even if only for an episode.
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