Ousama Rank Episode 21 is the episode with the most impressive visuals in the story so far.
While the plot evolves rapidly and the characters grow significantly in the 23-minute span, the spectacular cinematography has left viewers in awe. For a series with a plot like Ousama RankThis is a very welcome surprise for fans.
The fight between Bosse and Bojji created Ousama Rank Episode 21 is the best in the series so far
inside previous episode, Miranjo begins to reflect on her deeds and the deal she made with a demon. Bosse, still in Daida’s body, enters the battlefield and heals everyone using the magic Daida inherited from Hiling. He fought and defeated Ouken by trapping him in a rock. The episode ends with Bojji challenging his father to a duel.
Ousama Rank Episode 21 is titled “A King’s Swordsmanship (no Ken). “Japanese title can be translated as “King’s Sword.”
Bosse’s conversation with Miranjo
Ousama Rank Episode 21 begins with Bosse ignoring Bojji’s challenge and going to Miranjo’s mirror to talk to her.
Miranjo tells him about what she did to ensure the death of the First Queen Shiina so that Bosse could remarry and have a child. She regrets her choices, especially after realizing that Bosse never wanted to reincarnate.
However, Bosse accepts Miranjo’s deeds and assures her that after Bojji defeats him, they can leave together for the afterlife. Miranjo sadly tells herself that she cannot follow him after death.
Bosse vs Bojji
Bosse urges the challengers to rally that they can either obey him or die trying to save Daida. Bojji’s fond memories of his father at first were still in his hands. However, when he recalled how his younger brother had protected him when they were children, he took up arms again.
The four adults firmly sided with the prince, with Apeas reminding everyone that with Bosse ceding the throne to Bojji, he is now their rightful king. However, Despa warns everyone that the only one who can fight Bosse is Bojji, even as he laments that he was only teaching the boy how to find a way to save Ouken.
Bojji protects Domas by knocking him down, and Despa explains that his sword cannot kill anyone because it is the sword of a King.
Bojji then moved towards Bosse and used his speed and Despa’s technique to disrupt the King’s signature club. The entire fight was filmed in one long continuous sequence, definitely the highlight of Ousama Rank Episode 21 and the whole season hitherto.
Bosse and Miranjo depart
Bosse reflects guilt over his actions and is happy to witness Bojji’s growth. He tries to break the mirror so he and Miranjo can go to the afterlife while Daida gets his body back. However, Bojji stops him. Miranjo himself asks the prince to break the mirror, to which he replies that he will save her from the demon.
Despite Apeas’ protests, Bojji breaks the mirror and Miranjo thanks him. Bosse’s soul left Daida’s body along with Miranjo’s, and they flew towards the sky. However, the demon recaptures her under their contract, and Bosse is forced to leave her behind. As she leaves, Bosse begs Daida, not Bojji, to save Miranjo as the demon devours her soul.
In a flashback, it is revealed that Miranjo met a demon in a forest when she was a child and made a promise to him. Currently, her spirit is trapped in another world as she apologizes to the demon but finds him nearby.
The demon is seen eating the lost souls as they scream, puzzling them and tearing them apart before consuming them again. The demon from her flashback appeared once more, welcoming her to an endless cycle of pain and suffering as Ousama Rank Episode 21 ends.
While ‘s palette and cinematography Ousama Rank Episode 21 has been widely praised, and the plot development has also captured some of the limelight. In addition, the representation of the characters in the episode is very extensive.
Bosse’s inner thoughts portray him as a gray, layered character with both good and bad on his ledger. Daida used to love Bojji before he was corrupted by Miranjo and craves power. Bojji has grown and learned to make tough decisions. And finally, Miranjo becomes more and more complicated as viewers learn more about her past.
Ousama Rank Only two episodes left until the first season begins. These episodes are likely to revolve around Miranjo’s dealings with demons and her consequent fate.