It’s time. Mushoku Tensei Season 2 Episode 11 reveals the secret that Fitz is hiding that appears at the end of this season. Let’s see how the main characters fare in this review!
Mushoku Tensei Season 2 Episode 11 Overview
Mushoku Tensei, also known as Mushoku Tensei Jobless Reincarnation or Mushoku Tensei Isekai Ittara Honki Dasu in the original Japanese, is an adventure, drama, and fantasy anime series based on the light novel series written by Rifujin na Magonote and illustrated by illustrated by Sirotaka. This episode is also known as Mushoku Tensei Unemployed Season 2 Episode 11 and Mushoku Tensei Isekai Ittara Honki Dasu Season 2 Episode 11.
The latest season of the anime is being directed by Hiroki Hirano, who served as assistant director on the second part of the show’s first season. However, the studio that produced and adapted the anime remains the same, that responsibility falls to Studio Bind, which hasn’t really done anything other than Mushoku Tensei. Click here to read the review of the previous episode!
– Mushoku Tensei Unemployed Rebirth Season 2 Episode 11 review contains no spoilers –
Mushoku Tensei Season 2 Episode 11 Review-To You
The main character of this episode is not Rudeus but Fitz/Sylphie, as we see the situation from her perspective. Rudy knew she was a girl, but he didn’t know exactly which girl. It had been a while since he had seen his best friend and he had walked halfway around the world in that time. He could be forgiven for not remembering Sylphie’s exact face, especially her most prominent feature—her hair, which was hidden by the wig she wore to become into Fitz. So we have an explanation for why things turned out the way they did, but what about Sylphie?
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Even looking at it from her perspective, the only reason she didn’t reveal herself to Rudeus when she first met him was because she was nervous. Sure, she’s not sure whether the Princess trusts him to know Fitz’s secret identity, which is something we only see truly concluded in this episode, but Sylphie knows Rudy as well as anyone. How reliable is it likely to be? At the end of the day, the only thing that prevents the two from reconciling is Sylphie’s own imagination telling her that she won’t be able to bear it if Rudy doesn’t remember her after all.
I don’t blame her for this thought, because just imagining myself in her place of fear makes me shudder, so her dilemma can be seen as an effective essay on the part of write. How she got out of that situation took a lot of courage, and given the time she spent working with the Princess, the Princess was more than happy to give her the encouragement (and permission) Sylphie needed. Not only that, but she’s practically forced to reveal her true feelings and act on them, which is also very understandable.
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Mushoku Tensei Season 2 Episode 11 is once again a slower episode this season. However, this episode had a purpose–to resolve the complicated situation between Syplhie and Rudy, and it did just that. A plan is devised to bring the two together once and for all based on a repeat of the first time the duo met and another related interaction that occurred shortly after. It’s fun to go back to the first season and draw a surprising parallel that we haven’t had a chance to discuss.
When we remember back to when Rudy and Sylphie were first friends, he thought Sylphie was a purchase and thus there was that awkward bathroom interaction we all remember. That creates an interesting irony mentioned in this episode, since he still thought of her as a man until the last episode. However, this time it was because of the way she expressed herself to him. This was a very simple episode that did everything right and managed to wrap up this particular storyline very gracefully.
Mushoku Tensei Season 2 Episode 11 was a purposeful episode designed to wrap up the cat-and-mouse chase between Rudy and Sylphiette and did so in a touching and logical way.