Shakugan no Shana
The final battle that began at the beginning of season 3 continues. The fight has spilled over into the human world, and many lives are lost. Yuji's betrayal has shocked everyone, and left the Flame haze army at a major disadvantage. He clearly has a goal in mind. But being the emotionally clueless guy that he is, fails to make his intentions clear to Shana. He revels that he wants to create a replica of his city on the void. This will serve as the permanent home for the denizens. Shana does not accept this, and the 2 continue to fight to the death. They are not alone. Many others are involved. Some that have become dear friends and some that neither of them know. But many of them are lost along the way. In the end, will Yuji and Shana be together, or will they be torn apart? Can Yuji forgive himself for perpetrating this terrible war upon the world, and can Shana stop him? All the questions we have had up to now will be answered. For better or worse, this is the end. I was shocked by the final season of Shana. It went in a completely different direction than I expected it to. In some ways I was disappointed, but I was also blown away at the same time. Season 3 almost felt like an entirely different series from the one we have come to know in the first 2 seasons. The entire final season is 1 giant battle. There are dozens of new characters introduced that play major roles. The person we have come to know as Yuji Sekai is almost non existent. He has merged with the Snake Of The Festival and become an entirely new being. So it feels like we have lost something important to the plot.
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