The two stowaways, Clain and Phyrne, are now “trapped” on the aeroship. The only way off is by parachute and our lovely hero would most likely wet his pants in the process (or his loin cloth teehee).
Clain is made to do chores for the crew but in doing so he begins to enjoy the effort and satisfaction that comes along with it. Of course, the episode simply cannot be about Clain washing toilets. Nessa returns after her brief absence, completely forgetting her previous disagreement with Phyrne. She plays a game of hide and seek but her hiding spots are within the ships mainframe. After a rather long chase scene, several mechanical breakdowns, and a few funny moments, they catch her; to be specific, Phyrne can no longer take these shenanigans and while attempting to jump ship, Nessa and Phyrne meet.
A touching speech from Clain changes the heart of Phyrne who no longer seems to hold a grudge against Nessa. They’re the bestest friends now!
Oh, the church also knows the location of the ship because they had it bugged. Or spidered may be a better word. I made it up though, sorry about that ;D
Aside from those flaws, the episode is still entertaining. They show off some of the gadgets that Clain possesses and those futuristic overloads are fun to watch. I’ve also determined that Phyrne is either bipolar or easily persuaded. While the speech that Clain made was interesting and a tad sentimental, it wasn’t enough to change my mind. Perhaps it was because Clain delivered it personally. Recall back to the previous episodes where Phyrne asked Clain if he loved her. I wouldn’t doubt that she’s never felt such feelings having been a sheltered priestess.
On an off topic note, I’m sorry if the quality of my posts drop in the next few days. I’m fairly certain that I’ve caught a cold. Descriptions are always nice though amiright?– Jacqivarius