Kyoukai Senjou no Horizon: The Trumpeter at the Start Line

Hey minna,
back with Kyoukai Senjou no Horizon, where the action is finally living up to my expectations, and, for once, they explain the things I don’t know! Although, in my opinion, it’s a little late to start a serious sequence of events, I’m letting it slide because it’s shaping up to be quite an epic battle.

With Neshinbara at the helm of the Musashi offensive, Tori leads the ground forces in their rescue operation.  Facing with the K.P.A. Italia and Tres Espana “fortress”, all the Testament Union has to do is hold off Tori’s assault until Horizon commits suicide.  Not at all daunted by this measure, Tori rushes into battle, literally.  Thanks to Adele’s retro-armor, they successfully stand against the defending pillar’s armaments.

Meanwhile, Musashi defends against the Tres Espana’s air forces, who bombard the city’s defenses, only to be pushed back by Lady Musashi and Asama’s defense and counter-attacks. After the Tres Espana airship launches one of its God of War machines, it’s up to Margot and Malga to protect the skies. Touch and go, the witch couple pull it through in the end with some encouragement from friends back home.

Back to the ground forces, who aren’t making as much progress, but still holding their own. Until Testament Forces start rushing onto the field and the “Fortress” splits Tori’s army in two, but all is not lost.  Rising over the horizon, Mitsotsudaira, riding atop Nao’s God of War, nearing the battlefield after launching from Musashi and flying through now clear airspace.

Finally, what I’ve been hoping for in Kyoukai Senjou no Horizon since the beginning, too bad it’s close to ending…but with battles and fighting this great (not to mention they’re taking time to explain a few things now), I find it hard to complain yet.

Until next time,
– BeldenOtaku

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2 thoughts on “Kyoukai Senjou no Horizon: The Trumpeter at the Start Line

    • That’s good, especially since the action and story are getting edge-of-the-seat levels of good.
      Shame on Tori, he should at least jump out in front, he seemed so eager to do so at the beginning :3.

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