“Are you sure no-one heard us last night?”

Hi everyone, its me Sakura, ready to provide some commentary for Kitsune’s beautiful screen caps 🙂

This is episode where I really started to get into the show in part due to the growing relationship between Edgar and Lydia.

But I also think what I’m finding refreshing is the lack of Japanese demons, not that I don’t enjoy shows chock full of Japanese mythology, its just that the European, supernatural flair of this show is just a nice change of flavor.

Note Lydia refers to the Spectral Hound as an Unseelie Court. This is in reference to a way of classifying Fairies, those from the Unseelie Court being malicious and evilly inclined, whereas those from the Seelie Court are seen as being more benevolent to humans.

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4 thoughts on “Hakushaku to Yōsei (Earl and Fairy) – Episode 3 – Mellows Island

    1. Yes, this is an animated version, but I don’t know how it differs from the source because I have not read the manga yet. Let us know what you think about this anime when you get a chance to see it 🙂

  1. In some areas it sticks pretty close to the manga, but there are some glaring differences that I’ve noticed already.

    The manga gives a little bit more information on her mother.

    But its early days in the anime and they may yet go into more detail.

    In the first episode Edgar only has Raven to call upon and gets him to fetch Lydia a dress for dinner.

    In the manga Edgar calls upon Ami (I’m assuming this is actually Ermine in the anime).

    I’ve only read the first two translated chapters so I can’t be entirely certain on that point yet.

  2. I really want to see what really happens to Lydia and Edgar… i think that they should put on more episodes and finish the season.

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