The last two episodes focus around an arc that goes way back in Watashi’s life as she is beginning her studies at a boarding school where she discovers fairies creeping around the dorm. However, when she becomes involved in extracurricular activities, will her new colleagues prove to be too much for her to handle? Find out in the last two Jinrui’s, cause after this I have things to discover…
After tons of classes and some Isaac stuff, I’m ready to do some more stuffs with this new layout, beginning with these two Jinrui’s which made me realize several things: that it might be harder than it looks to run a utopian society, that the episodes are aired in a jumbled up order, and that water is actually fairy urine.
In the most recent Humanity Has Declined, the previous episode’s cycle is revisited but with a twist; during these days, she loses her sundial in many instances. These instances not only pave the way for the end of the arc, but explain quite a bit about the filthy pasts of Assistant and Grandpa involving tons of procreating and westerns.
In this week’s Decline, Watashi is tasked to go search for grandpa’s Assistant who was busy getting a check-up. However, when the fairies offer her a mystical banana, she finds that time not only repeats itself but duplicates itself as well. Will she be able to escape from the cycle or will she have to create a time paradox to leave. Find out because it helps me forget about all the nothing I’ve been doing this week
In this batch of Humanity Has Declined, this one flashes back to a few days before Watashi had her hair cut short. However, what act of humility in a lifeless universe took away those locks of hair for a temporary amount of time? And how did she feel about the birth of the Human Monument project? I think I’ve got these down to a T. I think.
In the newest Decline of Humanity, Watashi, Assistant, and Y are still trapped inside the manga. However, when they find out that they have to play by the rules and build a successful manga in order to escape, will it end up being the next big One Piece, or will it get bogged down with plot twists and fade into obscurity? Find out, cause I need something to pass time while I fast for the entire day
Literature is one art that remains the oldest and most prominent mode of entertainment as sometimes all it takes is the flicker of a book’s pages to stimulate the mind with vivid imagery of far away lands, philosophical messages, and two dudes getting it on. Our main hero of this episode, Y, follows the latter principle as her attempts to revitalize an appreciation for human technology become entangled in a big to resurrect the manga industry.
After two episodes, I can’t help but falling in love with this new entry in the Summer of 2012, Jinrui wa Suitai Shimashita (or by it’s humorous translated title Humanity Has Declined). A tale of a UN ambassador between humans and fairies who has to investigate many mysterious findings in a world where food supplies are low and extinction isn’t an impossible outcome. Will this prove to be a cute yet biting satire of our material culture or will it be a story of working towards a change? I’d be more than delighted to find out such an answer.